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MN CD-6, Jim Graves
Frequency Questionnaire
August 29-30, 2012
401 Likely voters

Q.2 Name on file
Total

Name on file ........................................................................ 95
Not name on file ................................................................... 5
(ref:FILE)
Q.4 First of all, are you registered to vote?
Total

Yes ..................................................................................... 100
No .......................................................................................... (Don't know/refused) ............................................................. (ref:REGISTER)
Q.7 What are the chances of your voting in the election for president, U.S.
Senate and U.S. Congress in November -- are you almost certain to vote, will
you probably vote, are the chances 50-50, or don't you think you will vote?
Total

Almost certain...................................................................... 95
Probably ............................................................................... 5
50-50 .................................................................................... 0
Won't vote ............................................................................. (Don't know) .......................................................................... (Refused)............................................................................... (ref:WILLVOTE2)

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[22 Respondents]
Q.9 How often would you say you vote?
Total

Always ................................................................................. 84
Nearly always ...................................................................... 16
Part of the time ...................................................................... Seldom .................................................................................. (Never) .................................................................................. (Other/Don't know/Refused) .................................................. (ref:VOTEFREQ)
Q.8 Putting aside the economy and jobs, which one of the following issues would you most like
to see your Member of Congress do something about?
Total

Health care .......................................................................... 22
Taxes.................................................................................... 7
Government spending and the deficit.................................. 33
Education ............................................................................ 12
Medicare and Social Security .............................................. 15
Gas prices and energy costs ................................................ 3
Moral values ......................................................................... 4
Immigration........................................................................... 3
Roads and transportation ...................................................... (Other) .................................................................................. 2
(Don't know/Refused) ............................................................ (ref:CONCERN)
Q.10 How would you rate the job being done by Michelle Bachmann -- excellent, good, just fair
or poor?
Total

Excellent .............................................................................. 19
Good.................................................................................... 21
Just fair ................................................................................ 22
Poor ..................................................................................... 35
(Don't know/Refused) ........................................................... 3
Excellent/Good .................................................................. 40
Total

(ref:JOBRAT)

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Q.11 Now, I'd like to rate your feelings toward some people, with one hundred meaning a VERY
WARM, FAVORABLE feeling; zero meaning a VERY COLD, UNFAVORABLE feeling; and fifty
meaning not particularly warm or cold. You can use any number from zero to one hundred, the
higher the number the more favorable your feelings are toward that person. If you have no
opinion or never heard of that person, please say so.
%
%
Mean Warm Cool

%
ID

11 Michele Bachmann ..................................................................... 45

41

46

99

12 Jim Graves .................................................................................. 46
(ref:THERM)

11

11

38

Q.13 Now thinking about the election for U.S. Congress in November, if the election for U.S.
Congress were held today and the candidates were DFLer Jim Graves and Republican Michele
Bachmann for who would you vote?
Total

Jim Graves .......................................................................... 42
Lean Jim Graves .................................................................. 3
Michele Bachmann .............................................................. 47
Lean Michele Bachmann ...................................................... 2
(Undecided) .......................................................................... 6
Total Jim Graves ............................................................... 46
Total Michele Bachmann .................................................. 48
(ref:VOTE1)
Q.15 How certain are you that you would vote for (CANDIDATE NAME) -- are you very certain,
somewhat certain or not certain at all?
Total

Strong Graves ..................................................................... 31
Weak Graves....................................................................... 15
Weak Bachmann ................................................................. 14
Strong Bachmann................................................................ 34
(Undecided) .......................................................................... 6
(ref:CERTAIN)
Q.16 In what year were you born?
Total

18 - 24 .................................................................................. 5
25 - 29 .................................................................................. 8
30 - 34 .................................................................................. 8
35 - 39 .................................................................................. 9
40 - 44 .................................................................................. 9
45 - 49 ................................................................................. 12
50 - 54 .................................................................................. 7
55 - 59 ................................................................................. 11
60 - 64 ................................................................................. 10
65 and over ......................................................................... 20
(No answer) .......................................................................... 1
(ref:AGE)
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Q.17 What is the last year of schooling that you have completed?
Total

1 - 11th grade ....................................................................... 2
High School graduate .......................................................... 17
Non-college post H.S. .......................................................... 4
Some college....................................................................... 22
College graduate ................................................................. 39
Post-graduate school .......................................................... 15
(Don't know/Refused) ........................................................... 1
(ref:EDUC)
Q.18 Finally, I'd like to ask you a few questions for statistical purposes. Generally speaking, do
you think of yourself as a Republican, a Democrat or what?
Total

Strong Democrat ................................................................. 18
Weak Democrat.................................................................... 9
Independent-lean Democrat ................................................ 12
Independent ........................................................................ 11
Independent-lean Republican ............................................. 12
Weak Republican ................................................................ 11
Strong Republican ............................................................... 24
(Don't know/Refused) ........................................................... 2
(ref:PTYID1)
Q.21 Thinking in political terms, would you say that you are Conservative, Moderate, or Liberal?
Total

Liberal.................................................................................. 15
Moderate ............................................................................. 37
Conservative ....................................................................... 43
(Don't know/refused) ............................................................ 4
(ref:IDEO1)
Q.22 How often do you attend church or religious services -- every week, once or twice a
month, several times a year, or hardly ever?
Total

Every week .......................................................................... 42
Once or twice a month ........................................................ 17
Several times a year............................................................ 10
Hardly ever .......................................................................... 20
(Never) ................................................................................. 7
(Don't know/Refused) ........................................................... 4
(ref:CHURCH)
Q.3 Sex of respondent
Total

Male..................................................................................... 47
Female ................................................................................ 53
(ref:GENDER)

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