Quinnipiac University/CBS News/New York Times Poll For release: Thursday, August 23, 2012 3:00 AM EDT

**ALL RESULTS ARE EMBARGOED UNTIL THURSDAY, AUGUST 23rd at 3am EDT **
Battleground Poll: Florida, Ohio and Wisconsin
August 15-21, 2012

President Obama maintains his lead in the battleground of Ohio, but now faces close races in Florida and Wisconsin. Voters in all three states have net favorable ratings of Congressman Paul Ryan, but Ryan’s Medicare plan is opposed by majorities of voters. The President is viewed as better at handling Medicare than Romney in all three states. Wisconsin: The race in Wisconsin has tightened. Ryan’s selection to the ticket is viewed as a net positive here, especially among Republicans. President Obama’s edge is now just two points (within the poll’s margin of error). Wisconsin voters say Romney would be better on the economy. Florida: The President maintains a small lead here, but the race has narrowed slightly (within the margin of error). Voters say the President would do a better job on Medicare and health care. Still, Romney holds a double-digit lead among seniors – his largest in these three states – and has a slight edge on handling the economy. Ohio: The President continues to lead, thanks to a 13-point advantage among women and backing from young voters, while Romney wins the support of independents and has an 8-point lead among seniors. In Ohio, Mr. Obama and Romney are even on the economy, but the President has the advantage on Medicare and taxes, while Romney leads on the budget deficit. 2012 Vote for President (Among likely voters) Florida Ohio Now 8/1/2012 Now 8/1/2012 49% 51% 50% 50% 46 45 44 44 5 4 4 4

Obama Romney Don’t know

Wisconsin Now 8/8/2012 49% 51% 47 45 3 4

Few likely voters are undecided in these battleground states, and nine in 10 say their minds are made up. Only one in 10 says they could change their minds about who to support. Mitt Romney’s selection of Paul Ryan as his running mate appears to have energized some likely voters in Ryan’s home state. 31% of voters say Romney’s pick of their native son makes them more likely to support Romney in the fall; fewer say they would be less likely to do so. Still, Ryan’s selection makes no difference to nearly half of Wisconsin voters. Impact of Ryan Pick on Vote for Romney (Among likely voters) Florida Ohio Wisconsin More likely 20% 21% 31% Less likely 19 20 22 No difference 58 56 45

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59% of Wisconsin Republicans and a third of independents say Ryan’s place on the ticket makes them more likely to support Mitt Romney. Ryan’s selection matters less to voters overall in Florida and Ohio, but four in 10 Republicans in those states say the Ryan pick makes them more likely to back Romney. About a quarter of independents in those states say that. Overall impressions of Ryan in these battleground states are more positive than negative, but he is unknown to about four in 10 likely voters in Florida and Ohio. Ryan is most familiar to Wisconsin voters and gets his highest favorable ratings in his home state. Views of the VP Candidates (Among likely voters) Florida Ohio Biden Ryan Biden Ryan Favorable 37% 35% 40% 32% Unfavorable 44 29 40 27 Haven’t heard 18 36 19 40

Wisconsin Biden Ryan 35% 44% 42 35 22 20

Vice President Joe Biden, who recently made some controversial remarks at a campaign event, receives net negative ratings among voters in Florida and Wisconsin, and Ohio voters are divided. Impressions of these men are colored by partisanship: majorities of Democrats in all three states view Biden favorably, while most Republicans have positive opinions of Ryan. In all three battleground states, voters are inclined to think both vice presidential candidates are qualified to serve as president if that became necessary. Ryan does best on this measure in his home state where he is most known. Qualified to Serve as President if Necessary? (Among likely voters) Florida Ohio Wisconsin Biden Ryan Biden Ryan Biden Ryan 41% 37% 43% 32% 41% 44% 36 23 34 22 33 29 21 39 22 45 24 26

Yes No Don’t know enough

The poll asked about Ryan’s job performance in his home state of Wisconsin; 52% of likely voters approve of the job he is doing as a member of Congress, while 33% disapprove. 15% don’t have an opinion. Medicare As a member of Congress, Ryan has proposed privatizing Medicare for those under the age of 55 while providing them with a fixed amount of money towards purchasing health insurance. Majorities of voters in all three states prefer a system in which Medicare would continue as it is today, with the government providing seniors with health insurance. What Should Medicare Look Like in 10 Years? FL OH WI Continue as is 62% 64% 59% Switch to voucher system 28 27 32

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Overall, these voters have a positive assessment of the Medicare system: in each state, three in four think Medicare benefits are worth the cost of the program to taxpayers. Are Medicare Benefits Worth the Cost to Taxpayers? FL OH WI Yes 76% 75% 74% No 15 16 17 Still, most voters in all three states would support some reductions to Medicare in order to reduce the federal budget deficit, though just one in 10 would support major reductions. Reductions in Medicare to Reduce the Deficit? FL OH WI Major reductions 11% 10% 11% Minor reductions 48 48 47 No reductions 35 36 34 In the States: Who’s Supporting Who Florida: Obama 49%, Romney 46% The President now has just a three-point edge over Romney in the Sunshine state (within the poll’s margin of error). Mr. Obama continues to lead among women (53%-41%), Hispanics (61%-31%) and younger voters. Meanwhile, Romney has a six-point lead over the President among men (51%-45%) and continues to lead with seniors (55%-42%). Seniors were 22% of Florida’s electorate in 2008, and Republican John McCain won them by eight percentage points. The race in Florida remains close among independents, a key voting group (48% for Romney, 44% for President Obama, within the poll’s margin of error). The race was close among them earlier this month as well; 47% for the President, and 46% for Romney. Wisconsin: Obama 49%, Romney 47% The selection of Wisconsin Congressman Paul Ryan as Romney’s running mate has narrowed the race compared to earlier this month. The President has a 2-point edge over Romney in the Badger State, compared to six points earlier in August. Mr. Obama won Wisconsin by 14 points in 2008. He has a 9-point advantage among women, while Romney has a 5-point edge with men. Similar to the Wisconsin poll released earlier this month, President Obama does well among Wisconsin’s white voters with college degrees, but Romney gets the support of those without a degree. Romney also has a large lead among white Catholics in Wisconsin (58% to 38%). Ohio: Obama 50% Romney 44% President Obama is running ahead of Romney in the battleground state of Ohio by six points, the same lead he held earlier this month. The President continues to enjoy a large lead among women (54%- 41%), while men are almost split: 48% Romney, 46% Obama. Seniors are backing Romney (52%-44%), while younger voters are supporting Mr. Obama. Romney has the edge with independents (48%-43%). The Economy and other Issues

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The economy is the most important issue in these states, while health care comes in second -both rated as extremely important to at least half of voters. Many also pick Medicare and the budget deficit as extremely important, while fewer pick taxes, foreign policy or the housing market and foreclosures, though the housing market is relatively more important in Florida. Extremely Important in Your Vote (Among likely voters) Florida Ohio 60% 59% 56% 52% 50% 45% 47% 41% 39% 34% 31% 25% 22% 16%

The economy Health care Medicare Budget deficit Taxes Foreign policy Housing & foreclosures

Wisconsin 54% 50% 42% 43% 33% 24% 17%

Voters are largely divided as to which candidate will do a better job on handling the economy: Mitt Romney has a slight edge in Florida and Wisconsin, while Mr. Obama has a slight edge in Ohio. President Obama has a clear advantage in all three states in handling health care, Medicare and foreign policy, while Mitt Romney is seen as better able to handle the budget deficit. Who Would Do a Better Job On…? (Among likely voters) Florida Ohio Obama Romney Obama Romney 45% 48% 47% 47 51% 43 51% 43 37% 53 40% 50 50% 42 51% 41 50% 42 50% 40 48% 44 51% 41 42% 45 46% 42

The economy Health care Budget deficit Medicare Foreign policy Taxes Housing & foreclosures Health Care

Wisconsin Obama Romney 43% 49 50% 44 37% 54 51% 42 49% 41 46% 47 42% 44

Voters in Florida generally disapprove of the 2010 health care law enacted under the Obama Administration, while voters in Ohio and Wisconsin are divided. But even in Ohio and Wisconsin, those who disapprove tend to feel more strongly on the subject: four in 10 strongly disapprove. Obama voters overwhelmingly approve of the law in all three states, while Romney voters disapprove. Views of the 2010 Health Care Law All Voters______ Obama Voters __ FL OH WI FL OH WI 42% 44% 44% 78% 80% 83% 48 46 46 11 7 7 Romney Voters_ FL OH WI 4% 5% 4% 90 91 89

Approve Disapprove

And in all three states, just over one in five voters think the law will help them personally. More think it will hurt them. Will the 2010 Health Care Law…? FL OH WI Help you personally 22% 21% 22%

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Hurt you personally No effect Taxes

35 37

37 36

35 39

The President recently reiterated his support for letting the Bush-era tax cuts expire for households earning more than $250,000 a year. Majorities of voters in each of these states support raising income taxes on this group in order to reduce the federal budget deficit. Obama voters overwhelmingly support the idea, while a majority of Romney voters in each state oppose. Raise Income Taxes on $250K Households All Voters______ Obama Voters __ FL OH WI FL OH WI 60% 65% 65% 87% 89% 93% 34 31 30 10 8 6 Romney Voters_ FL OH WI 31% 36% 35% 62 59 57

Support Oppose

Views of the Candidates As he did earlier this month, the President continues to lead Romney on empathy. A majority of voters in each of these three states say President Obama cares about their needs and problems, compared to four in 10 who say that about Romney. Cares About Your Needs and Problems (Among likely voters) Florida Ohio Wisconsin Now 8/1/12 Now 8/1/12 Now 8/8/12 57% 55% 59% 55% 58% 57% 44% 42% 41% 38% 44% 41%

Barack Obama Mitt Romney

Overall, more voters view Barack Obama favorably than unfavorably in all three states. Mitt Romney, on the other hand, is viewed net favorably only in Florida. In Ohio more voters view him unfavorably, and in Wisconsin they are divided. Views of the Candidates (Among likely voters) Florida Ohio Obama Romney Obama Romney 50% 45% 51% 39% 45 42 45 45

Favorable Unfavorable

Wisconsin Obama Romney 51% 44% 45 43

But voters are less enthusiastic about Barack Obama’s job performance as president. In all three states, his job ratings are mixed. Pres. Obama’s Job Rating (Among likely voters) Florida Ohio Now 8/1/12 Now 8/1/12 47% 48% 49% 48% 48 48 48 48

Approve Disapprove Enthusiasm Gap

Wisconsin Now 8/8/12 46% 49% 49 46

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In all three of these battleground states, Republicans are more enthusiastic than Democrats about voting this year. Republican enthusiasm about voting has also risen from earlier this month. More Enthusiastic About Voting this Year (Among likely voters) Florida Ohio Wisconsin Now 8/1 Now 8/1 Now 8/8 Among Republicans 53% 44% 45% 37% 48% 42% Among Democrats 36% 24% 34% 32% 32% 31%

Senate Races in Florida, Ohio and Wisconsin In Wisconsin, former Governor Tommy Thompson has clinched the Republican nomination and now leads Congresswoman Tammy Baldwin n a head-to-head match up. In Florida and Ohio, the Democratic candidate for Senate leads the Republican – similar to findings earlier in August. 2012 Senate Races (Among likely voters) Florida Now 8/1/2012 Nelson (D) 50% 47% Mack (R) 41 40 Ohio Brown (D) Mandel (R) Wisconsin Baldwin (D) Thompson (R) Now 48% 41 Now 44% 50 8/1/2012 51% 39 8/8/2012 47% 47

Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker – who recently survived a recall election – enjoys the highest approval rating from his constituents, with 53%. Ohio Governor John Kasich and Florida Governor Rick Scott receive job approval ratings below 50%. Rating of Governors (Among likely voters) Florida: Rick Scott Ohio: John Kasich Now 8/1/12 Now 8/1/12 41% 36% 45% 47% 47 52 40 38

Approve Disapprove

Wisconsin: Scott Walker Now 8/8/12 53% 52% 43 44

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------This poll was conducted by telephone from Quinnipiac University’s interviewing facility August 15-21, 2012. The number of likely voters interviewed in each state is 1,241 in Florida, 1,253 in Ohio and 1,190 in Wisconsin. In all three states, phone numbers were dialed from samples of both standard land-line and cell phones. The error due to sampling for results based on the sample in each state could be plus or minus three percentage points in Florida, Ohio and in Wisconsin. The error for subgroups may be higher. This poll release conforms to the Standards of Disclosure of the National Council on Public Polls.

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QUINNIPIAC UNIVERSITY/CBS NEWS/NEW YORK TIMES POLL Florida, Ohio and Wisconsin August 15-21, 2012 >att< How much attention have you been paying to the election campaign for President, a lot, some, only a little, or none at all? ** TOTAL LIKELY VOTERS ** FL OH WI 62% 56% 59% 23 31 29 11 10 9 3 2 2 -

A lot Some Only a little None at all DK/NA

1. If the election for President were being held today, and the candidates were Barack Obama the Democrat and Mitt Romney the Republican, for whom would you vote? (If undecided) As of today, do you lean more toward Obama or Romney? (Table includes leaners) Obama Romney SMONE ELSE(VOL) DK/NA FL 49% 46 1 5 OH 50% 44 2 4 WI 49% 47 1 3

1a. (If candidate chosen q1) Is your mind made up, or do you think you might change your mind before the election? ** AMONG VOTERS WHO CHOSE OBAMA OR ROMNEY IN Q1 ** FL OH WI 89% 88% 90% 9 11 9 1 1 1

Mind made up Might change DK/NA

1b. (If Obama q1) Is your mind made up, or do you think you might change your mind before the election? ** AMONG OBAMA VOTERS ** FL OH WI 89% 89% 89% 10 11 10 1 1 1

Mind made up Might change DK/NA

1c. (If Romney q1) Is your mind made up, or do you think you might change your mind before the election? ** AMONG ROMNEY VOTERS ** FL OH WI 90% 88% 91% 9 12 8 1 1 1

Mind made up Might change DK/NA

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2. Is your opinion of Mitt Romney favorable, unfavorable or haven't you heard enough about him? ** TOTAL LIKELY VOTERS ** FL OH WI 45% 39% 44% 42 45 43 11 12 11 2 3 2

Favorable Unfavorable Hvn't hrd enough Refused

3. Is your opinion of Barack Obama favorable, unfavorable or haven't you heard enough about him? Favorable Unfavorable Hvn't hrd enough Refused FL 50% 45 3 OH 51% 45 2 WI 51% 45 2

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4. If the election for United States Senator were being held today and the candidates were Bill Nelson(FL)/Sherrod Brown(OH)/Tammy Baldwin(WI) the Democrat and Connie Mack(FL)/Josh Mandel(OH)/Tommy Thompson(WI) the Republican, for whom would you vote? (If undecided) As of today, do you lean more toward Nelson(FL)/Brown(OH)/Baldwin(WI) or Mack(FL)/Mandel(OH)/Thompson(WI)? Democrat Republican SMONE ELSE(VOL) DK/NA FL 50% 41 9 OH 48% 41 1 10 WI 44% 50 1 4

5. Do you approve or disapprove of the way Rick Scott(FL)/John Kasich(OH)/Scott Walker(WI) is handling his job as Governor? Approve Disapprove DK/NA FL 41% 47 13 OH 45% 40 16 WI 53% 43 4

6. Do you approve or disapprove of the way Barack Obama is handling his job as President? Approve Disapprove DK/NA FL 47% 48 5 OH 49% 48 2 WI 46% 49 4

7. Compared to past presidential elections, how would you describe your level of enthusiasm about voting in this year's presidential election; are you more enthusiastic than usual, less enthusiastic, or about the same as usual? More Less About the same DK/NA FL 42% 16 42 OH 33% 22 44 1 WI 36% 14 50 -

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8. Is your opinion of Joe Biden favorable, unfavorable or haven't you heard enough about him? ** TOTAL LIKELY VOTERS ** FL OH WI 37% 40% 35% 44 40 42 18 19 22 2 1 2

Favorable Unfavorable Hvn't hrd enough Refused

9. Is your opinion of Paul Ryan favorable, unfavorable or haven't you heard enough about him? Favorable Unfavorable Hvn't hrd enough Refused FL 35% 29 36 1 OH 32% 27 40 1 WI 44% 35 20 1

10. Does Barack Obama's choice of Joe Biden for Vice President make you more likely to vote for Obama for President, less likely, or doesn't it make a difference? More likely Less likely No difference DK/NA FL 14% 16 69 1 OH 10% 11 78 1 WI 10% 15 74 1

11. Does Mitt Romney's choice of Paul Ryan for Vice President make you more likely to vote for Romney for President, less likely, or doesn't it make a difference? More likely Less likely No difference DK/NA FL 20% 19 58 2 OH 21% 20 56 2 WI 31% 22 45 2

12. Do you think - Joe Biden is or is not qualified to serve as President if it becomes necessary, or don't you know enough about Joe Biden to say? Qualified Not qualified Don't know enough DK/NA FL 41% 36 21 2 OH 43% 34 22 1 WI 41% 33 24 2

13. Do you think - Paul Ryan is or is not qualified to serve as President if it becomes necessary, or don't you know enough about Paul Ryan to say? Qualified Not qualified Don't know enough DK/NA FL 37% 23 39 1 OH 32% 22 45 1 WI 44% 29 26 1

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13a. Do you approve or disapprove of the way Paul Ryan is handling his job as a U.S. Congressman from Wisconsin? ** TOTAL LIKELY VOTERS ** FL OH WI n/a n/a 52% n/a n/a 33 n/a n/a 15

Approve Disapprove DK/NA

14. Will - health care be extremely important, very important, only somewhat important or not at all important to your vote for President? Extremely important Very important Somewhat important Not important DK/NA FL 56% 33 8 2 OH 52% 35 11 2 WI 50% 36 11 2 1

15. Will - taxes be extremely important, very important, only somewhat important or not at all important to your vote for President? Extremely important Very important Somewhat important Not important DK/NA FL 39% 42 16 3 OH 34% 43 19 4 1 WI 33% 36 25 6 1

16. Will - the economy be extremely important, very important, only somewhat important or not at all important to your vote for President? Extremely important Very important Somewhat important Not important DK/NA FL 60% 31 7 2 OH 59% 31 8 1 WI 54% 36 8 2 -

17. Will - the budget deficit be extremely important, very important, only somewhat important or not at all important to your vote for President? Extremely important Very important Somewhat important Not important DK/NA FL 47% 30 17 5 1 OH 41% 34 20 4 WI 43% 30 20 6 1

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18. Will - foreign policy be extremely important, very important, only somewhat important or not at all important to your vote for President? ** TOTAL LIKELY VOTERS ** FL OH WI Extremely important 31% 25% 24% Very important 40 39 37 Somewhat important 24 29 32 Not important 5 5 6 DK/NA 1 1 1 19. Will - the housing market and foreclosures be extremely important, very important, only somewhat important or not at all important to your vote for President? Extremely important Very important Somewhat important Not important DK/NA FL 22% 33 32 12 1 OH 16% 34 37 12 WI 17% 28 41 13 1

20. Will - Medicare, which is the government program which pays for health care for seniors be extremely important, very important, only somewhat important or not at all important to your vote for President? Extremely important Very important Somewhat important Not important DK/NA FL 50% 31 16 3 OH 45% 37 16 2 WI 42% 35 20 3 -

21. Would you say that - Barack Obama cares about the needs and problems of people like you or not? Yes No DK/NA FL 57% 40 3 OH 59% 39 3 WI 58% 40 3

22. Would you say that - Mitt Romney cares about the needs and problems of people like you or not? ** TOTAL LIKELY VOTERS ** FL OH WI 44% 41% 44% 48 53 48 8 6 8

Yes No DK/NA

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23. Regardless of how you intend to vote, who do you think would do a better job on health care, Barack Obama or Mitt Romney? ********* LIKELY VOTERS ********* **** TOTAL **** THOSE WHO SAY HEALTH CARE EXTREMELY IMPORTANT FL OH WI FL OH WI 51% 51% 50% 53% 53% 52% 43 43 44 41 43 45 6 6 6 6 4 3

Obama Romney DK/NA

24. Regardless of how you intend to vote, who do you think would do a better job on taxes, Barack Obama or Mitt Romney? **** TOTAL FL OH 48% 51% 44 41 8 8 **** WI 46% 47 8 THOSE WHO SAY FL OH 47% 44% 49 51 4 6 TAXES EXTREMELY IMPORTANT WI 35% 57 7

Obama Romney DK/NA

25. Regardless of how you intend to vote, who do you think would do a better job on - the economy, Barack Obama or Mitt Romney? **** TOTAL FL OH 45% 47% 48 47 7 6 **** WI 43% 49 8 THOSE WHO SAY FL OH 35% 38% 59 56 6 6 ECONOMY EXTREMELY IMPORTANT WI 35% 59 6

Obama Romney DK/NA

26. Regardless of how you intend to vote, who do you think would do a better job on - the budget deficit, Barack Obama or Mitt Romney? **** TOTAL FL OH 37% 40% 53 50 9 9 **** WI 37% 54 9 THOSE WHO SAY FL OH 24% 24% 72 70 5 6 DEFICIT EXTREMELY IMPORTANT WI 21% 74 5

Obama Romney DK/NA

27. Regardless of how you intend to vote, who do you think would do a better job on foreign policy, Barack Obama or Mitt Romney? **** TOTAL FL OH 50% 50% 42 40 8 10 **** WI 49% 41 10 THOSE WHO SAY FL OH 44% 41% 51 51 5 8 FOREIGN POL EXTREMELY IMPORTANT WI 52% 43 6

Obama Romney DK/NA

28. Regardless of how you intend to vote, who do you think would do a better job on - the housing market and foreclosures, Barack Obama or Mitt Romney? **** TOTAL FL OH 42% 46% 45 42 13 12 **** WI 42% 44 14 THOSE WHO SAY FL OH 52% 44% 42 49 7 7 HOUSING MKT EXTREMELY IMPORTANT WI 39% 51 10

Obama Romney DK/NA

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29. Regardless of how you intend to vote, who do you think would do a better job on Medicare, Barack Obama or Mitt Romney? ********* LIKELY VOTERS ********* **** TOTAL **** THOSE WHO SAY MEDICARE EXTREMELY IMPORTANT FL OH WI FL OH WI 50% 51% 51% 57% 57% 62% 42 41 42 37 37 33 8 7 7 6 6 5

Obama Romney DK/NA

30. Which comes closer to your view, Government should do more to solve national problems or government is doing too many things better left to businesses and individuals. ** TOTAL LIKELY VOTERS ** FL OH WI 37% 39% 37% 56 54 56 7 7 8

Should do more Doing too much DK/NA

31. In order to reduce the federal budget deficit, do you support or oppose raising income taxes on households making more than $250,000 per year? Support Oppose DK/NA FL 60% 34 5 OH 65% 31 4 WI 65% 30 5

32. From what you've heard or read, do you approve or disapprove of the health care law that was enacted in 2010? IF APPROVE, ASK: Do you strongly approve or somewhat approve? IF DISAPPROVE, ASK: Do you somewhat disapprove or strongly disapprove? ** TOTAL LIKELY VOTERS ** FL OH WI approve 26% 25% 27% approve 16 19 17 disapprove 8 8 9 disapprove 40 38 37 10 10 9

Strongly Somewhat Somewhat Strongly DK/NA

33. From what you've heard or read, do you think the 2010 health care law will mostly help you personally, will mostly hurt you personally, or don't you think it will have much of an effect on you personally? Help Hurt No effect DK/NA FL 22% 35 37 6 OH 21% 37 36 5 WI 22% 35 39 5

34. Overall, do you think the benefits from Medicare are worth the cost of the program for taxpayers, or are they not worth the cost? Worth the cost Not worth the cost DK/NA FL 76% 15 9 OH 75% 16 10 WI 74% 17 9

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35. Which of these two descriptions comes closer to your view of what Medicare should look like for people who are now under 55 who would be eligible for medicare coverage in about 10 years? Medicare should continue as it is today, with the government providing seniors with health insurance, OR Medicare should be changed to a system in which the government would provide seniors with a fixed amount of money toward purchasing private health insurance or Medicare insurance? ** TOTAL LIKELY VOTERS ** FL OH WI 62% 64% 59% 28 27 32 10 9 9

Continue as is Change DK/NA

36. To reduce the federal budget deficit, would you support major reductions, minor reductions, or no reductions to spending on Medicare? Major reductions Minor reductions No reductions DK/NA SAMPLE SIZES: Total MoE (+/-%) TOTAL LIKELY VOTERS FL OH WI 1241 1253 1190 3pts 3pts 3pts FL 11% 48 35 6 OH 10% 48 36 6 WI 11% 47 34 7

PARTY IDENTIFICATION: TOTAL LIKELY VOTERS FL OH WI 28% 26% 28% 34 34 32 32 34 33 4 4 5 2 2 1

Republican Democrat Independent Other DK/NA

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