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NJ CC Topline Results March 26

NJ CC Topline Results March 26

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Princeton Survey Research Associates International March 2012 Omnibus Week 4 
March 2012 Omnibus Week 4Princeton Survey Research Associates International forNational Journal
Final Topline ResultsMarch 26, 2012Total: 1,003 adults age 18 and olderMargin of error: Plus or minus 3.6 percentage pointsInterviewing dates: March 22 – 25, 2012Notes: Due to rounding, percentages may not add to 100. An asterisk (*) indicates values lessthan 0.5%.
 
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Princeton Survey Research Associates International March 2012 Omnibus Week 4 
 ASK ALLCC1. Do you approve or disapprove of the way John Boehner [pronounced BAY-ner] ishandling his job as Speaker of the House? ASK IF APPROVE OR DISAPPROVE (CC1=1,2)CC1a. Do you [approve/disapprove] very strongly, or not so strongly?BASED ON TOTALMar 22-252012Mar 30-Apr 32011
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  Approve 22 36 Very strongly 8 -Not so strongly 13 -Don’t know/Refused (VOL.) 1 -Disapprove 38 34 Very strongly 22 -Not so strongly 15 -Don’t know/Refused (VOL.) 1 -Don’t know/Refused (VOL.) 39 29READ TO ALL:On another subject… ASK ALLCC2. President Obama’s health care reform law was passed by Congress in 2010. From whatyou know about this law, do you strongly favor, somewhat favor, somewhat oppose orstrongly oppose it?Mar 22-25201219 Strongly favor24 Somewhat favor14 Somewhat oppose33 Strongly oppose11 Don’t know/Refused (VOL.)
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Pew Research Center for the People & the Press April 2011 Political Survey, n=1,507. Intensity notasked.
 
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Princeton Survey Research Associates International March 2012 Omnibus Week 4 
 ASK ALLCC3. Do you think the federal government SHOULD or SHOULD NOT be able to require all Americans to obtain health insurance or else pay a fine?Mar 22-25201228 Should66 Should not6 Don’t know/Refused (VOL.) ASK ALLCC4. As you may know, the Congressional Budget Office estimates that the 2010 health carelaw would provide health insurance for about 33 million of 50 million people who arecurrently uninsured, at a cost of about $150 billion a year. The law offsets the costpartly by raising taxes and partly by reducing the growth in payments for Medicareproviders. Which of the following comes closer to your own view [READ ANDRANDOMIZE 1-2]:Mar 22-25201242 Congress should repeal the program to expand coverage because thegovernment can’t afford it at a time of large budget deficits [OR]45 Congress should keep the program to expand coverage because it’s important toreduce the number of Americans without health insurance5 Both/Neither (VOL. DO NOT READ)8 Don’t know/Refused (VOL. DO NOT READ) ASK ALLCC5. Which of the following two options comes closer to your own view of what Medicareshould look like in the future? [READ AND RANDOMIZE 1-2]Mar 22-25201264 Option A: Medicare should continue as it is today, with the government providinghealth insurance and paying doctors and hospitals directly for the services theyprovide to seniors [OR]26 Option B: Medicare should be changed to a system where the governmentprovides seniors with a fixed sum of money they could use either to purchaseprivate health insurance or to pay the cost of remaining in the current Medicareprogram4 Other/Neither (VOL. DO NOT READ)6 Don’t know/Refused (VOL. DO NOT READ)

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