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Interested Parties John McLaughlin and Rob Schmidt Indiana Statewide Survey Results October 26, 2012

 The race for U.S. Senate between Richard Mourdock and Joe Donnelly remains very competitive, with both candidates receiving 44% of the vote, followed by Andrew Horning who receives 6% and 4% who remain undecided. The political environment continues to be very favorable to the Republicans, as Mitt Romney leads President Obama, 55% to 41%. Three –Way Ballot: U.S. Senate Vote Mourdock Vote Donnelly Vote Horning Vote Undecided Ballot: President Vote Romney Vote Obama Vote Undecided Demographic Breakdown: Party Republican Democrat Independent Race White Non-White Abortion Pro-Life Pro-Choice Total 42% 32% 23% % 90% 7% % 52% 38% Age Under 40 41-55 56-65 Over 65 Gender Male Female Total 23% 22% 26% 27% % 48% 52% Area Ft. Wayne South Bend Chicago Indy/Lafayette Terre Haute/Evans. Louis./Cinci./Dayton Total 10% 10% 13% 47% 11% 9%
Total Total

44% 44% 6% 4%

55% 41% 4%

Methodology: This statewide survey of political attitudes was conducted among 600 likely general election voters th th in Indiana on October 24 and 25 , 2012. All interviews were conducted by professional interviewers via telephone. Interview selection was at random within predetermined election units. These units were structured to statistically correlate with actual general election voter turnout in Indiana. The accuracy of the sample of 600 likely general election voters in Indiana is within +/- 4.0% at a 95% confidence interval. _______________________________________________________________ 1 919 Prince Street * Alexandria, Virginia 22314 * Phone: 703-518-4445 * FAX: 703-518-4447 566 South Route 303 * Blauvelt, NY 10913 * Phone: 845-365-2000 * FAX: 845-365-2008 www.mclaughlinonline.com