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Garfield Institute, Hiram College poll

Garfield Institute, Hiram College poll

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Published by Charles D. Ellison
Garfield Institute Youth Voters poll
Garfield Institute Youth Voters poll

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Published by: Charles D. Ellison on Jun 21, 2012
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Generation Y (18-29 year olds)
Nationwide Voter Survey • June 2012
CONDUCTED BY
 
2CLARUS RESEARCH GROUP • 1201 CONNECTICUT AVE. NW, SUITE 600, WASHINGTON, DC 20036 PHONE: 202.683.3146 WWW.CLARUSRG.COM
POLLING. FOCUS GROUPS. MARKET STUDIES. MEMBERSHIP
SURVEYS
. MESSAGE DEVELOPMENT AND TESTING.
SURVEY INFORMATION AND METHODOLOGY
CLIENT Hiram College – Garfield Institute for Public LeadershipSAMPLE UNIVERSE Generation Y (18-29) Registered VotersSAMPLE SIZE N=600Margin of error: +/- 4%INTERVIEW DATES June 5-12, 2012INTERVIEWING Live telephone interviewing via landline and cell phoneCONDUCTED BY Clarus Research GroupDr. Ron Faucheux, President/Chief AnalystMichael Hutshneker, AnalystEXPLANATION Columns do not always add up to 100% because of rounding. An * in the table indicates a percentage that is 0.4% or less
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POLLING. FOCUS GROUPS. MARKET STUDIES. MEMBERSHIP SURVEYS. MESSAGE DEVELOPMENT AND TESTING.
 
3CLARUS RESEARCH GROUP • 1201 CONNECTICUT AVE. NW, SUITE 600, WASHINGTON, DC 20036 PHONE: 202.683.3146 WWW.CLARUSRG.COM
POLLING. FOCUS GROUPS. MARKET STUDIES. MEMBERSHIP
SURVEYS
. MESSAGE DEVELOPMENT AND TESTING.
• The Democratic Party is nowviewed favorably by 56% of voters under 30, that’s the same as it was inthe January survey.• It should be noted that 50% of independents view the Democratic Party favorably.• The Republican Party is now viewed favorably by 42% of young voters, that’s down 3 points sinceJanuary.• It should be noted that 33% of independents view the Republican Party favorably.• President Obama leads Mitt Romney by 13 points among registered voters surveyed (and by 14 pointsamong likely voters). While Obama is doing better among young voters than he is among voters nationally(an average of nationwide surveys now give Obama a 1-2 point lead), his advantage over Romney is muchsmaller than his Election Day performance in 2008, when he defeated John McCain by 33% among votersunder 30.• This data provides strong evidence that Obama has important work to do to shore up hissupport among younger voters––this is especially true among white voters under 30, aconstituency Obama now loses by 6 points.• A majority of voters surveyed, 57%, say Obama has met or exceeded their expectations as Presidentwhile 38% say he’s fallen below expectations.
KEY FINDINGS
 
POLLING. FOCUS GROUPS. MARKET STUDIES. MEMBERSHIP SURVEYS. MESSAGE DEVELOPMENT AND TESTING.

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