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82% OF NEW YORKERS SAY BIG APPLE IS ROTTEN, QUINNIPIAC UNIVERSITY POLL FINDS; QUINN SLIPS BUT SHE AND LHOTA STILL LEAD IN PRIMARIES
New York City government corruption is a “very serious” problem, 40 percent of voters say, while another 42 percent say it is “somewhat serious,” according to a Quinnipiac University poll released today. Findings are similar across party, gender, race, age and income lines. But 56 percent of voters tell the independent Quinnipiac (KWIN-uh-pe-ack) University poll that New York City has about as much corruption as other big cities, while 18 percent say there is more corruption in the Big Apple and 18 percent say less. The Republican Party is more identified with corruption than the Democratic Party, New York City voters say 38 – 26 percent, while 36 percent are undecided. Democrats blame Republicans 48 – 18 percent, while Republicans blame Democrats 58 – 21 percent. Independent voters point the finger at Democrats 31 – 25 percent, with 44 percent undecided. “Those news pictures of politicians in handcuffs clearly struck a nerve. Nor did it fail to impress New Yorkers that, although some of the bad stuff occurred in Albany, it was city people who were accused,” said Maurice Carroll, director of the Quinnipiac University Polling Institute. “But New Yorkers are jaded, or maybe cynical, people. We’re pretty much like everybody else when it comes to crooked politics, voters say. “Republicans are a small minority in New York politics, but more voters, especially Democrats, think the GOP leads when it comes to corruption.” Former Metropolitan Transportation Authority Chair Joseph Lhota leads the Republican mayoral primary field with 23 percent, followed by Doe Fund founder George McDonald at 11 percent and businessman John Catsimatidis with 8 percent. Another 52 percent are undecided. -more-

Quinnipiac University Poll/April 10, 2013 – page 2 The percentages of all voters who don’t know enough about the Republican contenders to form a favorable or unfavorable opinion ranges from 65 percent to 90 percent. City Council Speaker Christine Quinn leads the Democratic primary for mayor with 32 percent, compared to 37 percent in a February 27 Quinnipiac University poll and her lowest number in five months. Results for other Democratic contenders are: • • • • • • • 14 percent for Public Advocate Bill de Blasio; 13 percent for former City Comptroller William Thompson; 7 percent for City Comptroller John Liu. Lhota trails any of the Democrats in head-to-head matchups by substantial margins: Quinn leads 59 – 19 percent; de Blasio is up 55 – 18 percent; Thompson is ahead 55 – 17 percent; Liu leads 52 – 20 percent. New York City voters approve 59 – 22 percent of the job Quinn is doing and give her a 49 – 24 percent favorability rating. Approval and favorability ratings for other candidates are: • • • Liu: 48 – 22 percent approval and 31 – 21 percent favorability; de Blasio: 50 – 15 percent approval and 34 – 11 percent favorability, with 52 percent who don’t know enough about him to form an opinion; Thompson: 36 – 10 percent favorability with 53 percent who don’t know enough about him to form an opinion. There is no job approval since he does not hold public office. “Springtime brings the first tiny hints of movement in the mayoral race, which has been frozen throughout the fall and winter,” Carroll said. “Council Speaker Christine Quinn is still on top, but she’s lost a step. “Former MTA head Joseph Lhota is ahead among the handful of Republican voters. No one knows the other Republicans, John Catsimatidis and George McDonald. From April 3 – 8, Quinnipiac University surveyed 1,417 New York City voters with a margin of error of +/- 2.6 percentage points. Live interviewers call land lines and cell phones. The survey includes 925 Democrats with a margin of error of +/- 3.2 percentage points, and 188 Republicans with a margin of error of +/- 7.2 percentage points. The Quinnipiac University Poll, directed by Douglas Schwartz, Ph.D., conducts public opinion surveys in Pennsylvania, New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Florida, Ohio, Virginia and the nation as a public service and for research.
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1. (If Registered Democrat) If the Democratic primary for Mayor were being held today, and the candidates were: John Liu, Christine Quinn, William Thompson, and Bill de Blasio, for whom would you vote? REGISTERED DEMOCRATS Tot Men Wom Liu Quinn Thompson de Blasio SMONE ELSE(VOL) WLDN'T VOTE(VOL) DK/NA 7% 32 13 14 2 2 30 7% 31 16 17 2 3 25 7% 34 10 12 1 2 34

TREND: (If Registered Democrat) If the Democratic primary for Mayor were being held today, and the candidates were: John Liu, Christine Quinn, William Thompson, and Bill de Blasio, for whom would you vote? REGISTERED DEMOCRATS.......................... Apr 10 Feb 27 Jan 16 Nov 21 Aug 15 May 10 2013 2013 2013 2012 2012 2012 Liu Quinn Thompson de Blasio Stringer Allon SMONE ELSE(VOL) WLDN'T VOTE(VOL) DK/NA 7 32 13 14 na na 2 2 30 9 37 11 14 na na 2 27 9 35 10 11 na na 1 2 31 5 32 10 9 4 na 1 2 37 9 29 10 9 4 1 2 2 34 7 26 13 10 4 2 2 2 34

2. (If Registered Republican) If the Republican primary for Mayor were being held today, and the candidates were: Joseph Lhota, John Catsimatidis, and George McDonald, for whom would you vote? REGISTERED REPUBLICANS Tot Men Wom Lhota Catsimatidis McDonald SMONE ELSE(VOL) WLDN'T VOTE(VOL) DK/NA 23% 8 11 2 3 52 29% 12 4 1 6 47 17% 4 18 3 1 58

TREND: (If Registered Republican) If the Republican primary for Mayor were being held today, and the candidates were: Joseph Lhota, John Catsimatidis, and George McDonald, for whom would you vote? REGISTERED REPUBLICANS Apr 10 Jan 16 2013 2013 Lhota Catsimatidis McDonald Carrion Allon SMONE ELSE(VOL) WLDN'T VOTE(VOL) DK/NA 23 8 11 na na 2 3 52 23 9 2 3 5 5 53

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3. If the election for Mayor were being held today, and the candidates were Christine Quinn the Democrat and Joseph Lhota the Republican, for whom would you vote? Tot Quinn Lhota SMONE ELSE(VOL) WLDN'T VOTE(VOL) DK/NA 59% 19 2 5 16 Rep 15% 67 3 14 Dem 78% 6 1 3 12 Ind 44% 26 3 7 20 Men 58% 25 1 4 12 Wom 60% 13 2 6 19 Wht 49% 31 2 4 14 Blk 73% 5 3 5 14 Hsp 65% 12 1 5 17

COLLEGE DEG Yes No Quinn Lhota SMONE ELSE(VOL) WLDN'T VOTE(VOL) DK/NA 60% 19 2 5 14 Brnx Quinn Lhota SMONE ELSE(VOL) WLDN'T VOTE(VOL) DK/NA 65% 14 2 4 14 59% 18 2 5 17 Kngs 55% 23 2 4 16

ANNUAL HSHOLD INC <50K 50-100 >100K 63% 14 1 5 18 Man 63% 16 1 5 14 64% 20 2 4 11 Qns 60% 16 1 5 18 55% 25 1 6 13 StIsl 50% 28 9 13

AGE IN YRS....... 18-34 35-54 55+ 61% 18 5 15 62% 18 2 5 14 58% 20 3 4 15

TREND: If the election for Mayor were being held today, and the candidates were Christine Quinn the Democrat and Joseph Lhota the Republican, for whom would you vote? Apr 10 2013 Quinn Lhota SMONE ELSE(VOL) WLDN'T VOTE(VOL) DK/NA 59 19 2 5 16 Feb 27 2013 63 19 2 3 13 Jan 16 2013 62 17 1 3 16

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4. If the election for Mayor were being held today, and the candidates were William Thompson the Democrat and Joseph Lhota the Republican, for whom would you vote? Tot Thompson Lhota SMONE ELSE(VOL) WLDN'T VOTE(VOL) DK/NA 55% 17 2 4 21 Rep 12% 72 1 15 Dem 72% 6 1 3 17 Ind 43% 18 2 7 30 Men 56% 23 1 4 16 Wom 55% 13 2 5 25 Wht 42% 30 2 4 22 Blk 76% 2 1 4 17 Hsp 62% 12 2 4 20

COLLEGE DEG Yes No Thompson Lhota SMONE ELSE(VOL) WLDN'T VOTE(VOL) DK/NA 57% 17 2 4 20 Brnx Thompson Lhota SMONE ELSE(VOL) WLDN'T VOTE(VOL) DK/NA 62% 14 2 3 18 54% 18 1 5 22 Kngs 54% 19 1 4 21

ANNUAL HSHOLD INC <50K 50-100 >100K 60% 12 1 5 21 Man 57% 17 2 4 20 55% 21 1 5 18 Qns 56% 14 1 4 25 53% 25 2 4 17 StIsl 37% 31 3 9 20

AGE IN YRS....... 18-34 35-54 55+ 59% 20 1 3 18 56% 15 1 5 22 54% 19 2 4 21

TREND: If the election for Mayor were being held today, and the candidates were William Thompson the Democrat and Joseph Lhota the Republican, for whom would you vote? Apr 10 2013 Thompson Lhota SMONE ELSE(VOL) WLDN'T VOTE(VOL) DK/NA 55 17 2 4 21 Feb 27 2013 55 20 1 4 20 Jan 16 2013 55 19 2 4 20

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5. If the election for Mayor were being held today, and the candidates were Bill de Blasio the Democrat and Joseph Lhota the Republican, for whom would you vote? Tot de Blasio Lhota SMONE ELSE(VOL) WLDN'T VOTE(VOL) DK/NA 55% 18 2 5 19 Rep 15% 70 1 15 Dem 71% 7 2 3 17 Ind 44% 22 3 8 24 Men 52% 23 3 5 17 Wom 58% 14 2 5 21 Wht 47% 28 3 3 19 Blk 73% 5 1 5 16 Hsp 59% 14 2 7 17

COLLEGE DEG Yes No de Blasio Lhota SMONE ELSE(VOL) WLDN'T VOTE(VOL) DK/NA 57% 18 2 4 19 Brnx de Blasio Lhota SMONE ELSE(VOL) WLDN'T VOTE(VOL) DK/NA 61% 14 2 5 18 54% 18 2 6 20 Kngs 56% 18 2 5 19

ANNUAL HSHOLD INC <50K 50-100 >100K 59% 14 2 5 19 Man 58% 16 2 4 19 58% 21 1 5 15 Qns 52% 18 4 5 21 53% 23 4 4 16 StIsl 37% 38 2 6 16

AGE IN YRS....... 18-34 35-54 55+ 57% 20 1 5 17 56% 18 3 5 19 54% 18 3 4 20

TREND: If the election for Mayor were being held today, and the candidates were Bill de Blasio the Democrat and Joseph Lhota the Republican, for whom would you vote? Apr 10 2013 de Blasio Lhota SMONE ELSE(VOL) WLDN'T VOTE(VOL) DK/NA 55 18 2 5 19 Feb 27 2013 58 18 2 4 18 Jan 16 2013 57 17 1 4 20

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6. If the election for Mayor were being held today, and the candidates were John Liu the Democrat and Joseph Lhota the Republican, for whom would you vote? Tot Liu Lhota SMONE ELSE(VOL) WLDN'T VOTE(VOL) DK/NA 52% 20 2 6 19 Rep 14% 71 1 13 Dem 67% 9 3 3 18 Ind 40% 24 3 10 22 Men 52% 25 3 4 16 Wom 52% 16 2 7 22 Wht 38% 36 2 5 19 Blk 69% 4 3 7 16 Hsp 58% 14 2 5 20

COLLEGE DEG Yes No Liu Lhota SMONE ELSE(VOL) WLDN'T VOTE(VOL) DK/NA 55% 22 3 5 15 Brnx Liu Lhota SMONE ELSE(VOL) WLDN'T VOTE(VOL) DK/NA 60% 14 3 6 18 51% 19 2 7 22 Kngs 51% 21 2 6 20

ANNUAL HSHOLD INC <50K 50-100 >100K 58% 14 2 6 20 Man 52% 22 3 5 18 55% 25 1 4 16 Qns 53% 19 2 6 21 48% 29 4 6 13 StIsl 45% 30 2 7 16

AGE IN YRS....... 18-34 35-54 55+ 52% 21 3 6 18 57% 19 2 5 17 51% 21 3 6 20

TREND: If the election for Mayor were being held today, and the candidates were John Liu the Democrat and Joseph Lhota the Republican, for whom would you vote? Apr 10 2013 Liu Lhota SMONE ELSE(VOL) WLDN'T VOTE(VOL) DK/NA 52 20 2 6 19 Feb 27 2013 53 22 2 4 18

7. Is your opinion of John Liu favorable, unfavorable or haven't you heard enough about him? Tot Favorable Unfavorable Hvn't hrd enough REFUSED 31% 21 46 2 Rep 23% 29 46 1 Dem 35% 16 47 2 Ind 28% 28 43 2 Men 34% 26 39 1 Wom 28% 17 52 3 Wht 26% 33 40 2 Blk 43% 9 46 2 Hsp 26% 10 61 2

TREND: Is your opinion of John Liu favorable, unfavorable or haven't you heard enough about him? Apr 10 2013 Favorable Unfavorable Hvn't hrd enough REFUSED 31 21 46 2 Feb 27 2013 34 23 42 2 Jan 16 2013 28 24 46 2

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8. Is your opinion of Christine Quinn favorable, unfavorable or haven't you heard enough about her? Tot Favorable Unfavorable Hvn't hrd enough REFUSED 49% 24 25 2 Rep 27% 49 23 2 Dem 58% 14 26 1 Ind 41% 34 22 3 Men 46% 29 23 2 Wom 51% 20 27 2 Wht 45% 36 17 2 Blk 61% 13 24 2 Hsp 44% 12 43 1

TREND: Is your opinion of Christine Quinn favorable, unfavorable or haven't you heard enough about her? Apr 10 Feb 27 Jan 16 2013 2013 2013 Favorable Unfavorable Hvn't hrd enough REFUSED 49 24 25 2 51 21 27 1 54 18 26 2

9. Is your opinion of William Thompson favorable, unfavorable or haven't you heard enough about him? Tot Favorable Unfavorable Hvn't hrd enough REFUSED 36% 10 53 2 Rep 21% 13 65 1 Dem 41% 8 50 1 Ind 34% 13 53 Men 42% 11 46 1 Wom 30% 9 59 2 Wht 31% 12 55 2 Blk 48% 7 44 1 Hsp 28% 8 62 3

TREND: Is your opinion of William Thompson favorable, unfavorable or haven't you heard enough about him? (*High also 38% July 2009) FAVORABLE..... High Low Apr 10 Feb 27 Jan 16 Aug 26 Jul 28 Aug 26 Feb 24 2013 2013 2013 2009 2009 2009* 2009 Favorable Unfavorable Hvn't hrd enough REFUSED 36 10 53 2 34 10 55 2 31 10 57 2 38 10 51 1 38 9 52 1 38 10 51 1 22 5 71 1

10. Is your opinion of Bill de Blasio favorable, unfavorable or haven't you heard enough about him? Tot Favorable Unfavorable Hvn't hrd enough REFUSED 34% 11 52 2 Rep 31% 19 47 3 Dem 37% 10 52 1 Ind 31% 12 53 3 Men 37% 15 47 1 Wom 32% 8 56 3 Wht 40% 14 44 2 Blk 38% 7 54 1 Hsp 24% 12 63 1

TREND: Is your opinion of Bill de Blasio favorable, unfavorable or haven't you heard enough about him? Apr 10 Feb 27 Jan 16 2013 2013 2013 Favorable Unfavorable Hvn't hrd enough REFUSED 34 11 52 2 39 13 46 2 35 11 52 2

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11. Is your opinion of Joseph Lhota favorable, unfavorable or haven't you heard enough about him? Tot Favorable Unfavorable Hvn't hrd enough REFUSED 19% 14 65 1 Rep 40% 4 54 2 Dem 14% 16 69 1 Ind 20% 16 62 2 Men 23% 15 61 1 Wom 16% 13 69 2 Wht 24% 17 57 2 Blk 12% 10 76 1 Hsp 19% 10 71 1

TREND: Is your opinion of Joseph Lhota favorable, unfavorable or haven't you heard enough about him? Apr 10 2013 Favorable Unfavorable Hvn't hrd enough REFUSED 19 14 65 1 Feb 27 2013 18 15 66 1 Jan 16 2013 19 11 69 1

12. Is your opinion of John Catsimatidis favorable, unfavorable or haven't you heard enough about him? Tot Favorable Unfavorable Hvn't hrd enough REFUSED 7% 10 82 2 Rep 19% 4 75 3 Dem 4% 11 85 1 Ind 9% 9 79 3 Men 8% 11 80 2 Wom 6% 8 84 2 Wht 9% 13 77 1 Blk 4% 5 89 2 Hsp 6% 6 86 2

TREND: Is your opinion of John Catsimatidis favorable, unfavorable or haven't you heard enough about him? Apr 10 2013 Favorable Unfavorable Hvn't hrd enough REFUSED 7 10 82 2 Feb 27 2013 5 8 86 1 Jan 16 2013 5 7 87 1

13. Is your opinion of George McDonald favorable, unfavorable or haven't you heard enough about him? Tot Favorable Unfavorable Hvn't hrd enough REFUSED 4% 5 90 1 Rep 7% 2 91 1 Dem 4% 5 91 1 Ind 4% 7 89 Men 4% 4 91 Wom 4% 5 90 2 Wht 5% 4 91 1 Blk 2% 6 91 1 Hsp 4% 3 90 3

TREND: Is your opinion of George McDonald favorable, unfavorable or haven't you heard enough about him? Apr 10 Feb 27 Jan 16 2013 2013 2013 Favorable Unfavorable Hvn't hrd enough REFUSED 4 5 90 1 3 2 93 1 5 5 90 1

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17. Do you approve or disapprove of the way Bill de Blasio is handling his job as Public Advocate? Tot Rep Dem Ind Men Wom Wht Blk Hsp Approve Disapprove DK/NA 50% 15 34 46% 19 36 55% 13 32 45% 18 37 50% 19 30 50% 12 38 52% 14 34 55% 15 30 46% 15 39

COLLEGE DEG Yes No Approve Disapprove DK/NA 53% 15 32 Brnx Approve Disapprove DK/NA 51% 18 31 48% 16 36 Kngs 55% 13 32

ANNUAL HSHOLD INC <50K 50-100 >100K 50% 13 37 Man 50% 13 38 54% 19 27 Qns 46% 19 35 53% 17 30 StIsl 44% 18 38

AGE IN YRS....... 18-34 35-54 55+ 55% 13 32 48% 19 33 49% 15 36

TREND: Do you approve or disapprove of the way Bill de Blasio is handling his job as Public Advocate? (*High also 50% Feb 2013) APPROVE....... High Low Apr 10 Feb 27 Jan 16 Nov 21 Aug 15 Apr 10 May 21 2013 2013 2013 2012 2012 2013 2010 Approve Disapprove DK/NA 50 15 34 50 19 31 48 16 36 49 14 37 45 16 39 50 15 34 34 16 50

18. Do you approve or disapprove of the way Christine Quinn is handling her job as City Council Speaker? Tot Rep Dem Ind Men Wom Wht Blk Hsp Approve Disapprove DK/NA 59% 22 19 39% 44 17 68% 14 19 53% 31 17 57% 27 16 60% 18 22 53% 32 15 72% 13 15 58% 13 29

COLLEGE DEG Yes No Approve Disapprove DK/NA 59% 27 14 Brnx Approve Disapprove DK/NA 55% 20 24 59% 19 22 Kngs 57% 23 20

ANNUAL HSHOLD INC <50K 50-100 >100K 60% 17 23 Man 62% 22 16 64% 24 12 Qns 62% 20 19 59% 28 13 StIsl 54% 30 16

AGE IN YRS....... 18-34 35-54 55+ 67% 14 19 61% 22 17 54% 27 18

TREND: Do you approve or disapprove of the way Christine Quinn is handling her job as City Council Speaker? APPROVE....... High Low Apr 10 Feb 27 Jan 16 Nov 21 Aug 15 Nov 21 Nov 25 2013 2013 2013 2012 2012 2012 2008 Approve Disapprove DK/NA 59 22 19 60 24 16 64 18 18 65 18 18 56 27 17 65 18 18 40 29 31

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19. Do you approve or disapprove of the way John Liu is handling his job as City Comptroller? Tot Approve Disapprove DK/NA 48% 22 30 Rep 46% 27 27 Dem 52% 19 29 Ind 45% 27 28 Men 52% 26 22 Wom 45% 19 36 Wht 42% 29 29 Blk 61% 14 25 Hsp 48% 18 35

COLLEGE DEG Yes No Approve Disapprove DK/NA 45% 30 25 Brnx Approve Disapprove DK/NA 49% 20 31 50% 17 33 Kngs 47% 22 31

ANNUAL HSHOLD INC <50K 50-100 >100K 51% 15 33 Man 43% 24 33 54% 25 21 Qns 53% 23 24 44% 32 23 StIsl 52% 21 27

AGE IN YRS....... 18-34 35-54 55+ 51% 17 32 48% 26 26 48% 23 29

TREND: Do you approve or disapprove of the way John Liu is handling his job as City Comptroller? APPROVE....... High Low May 11 Dec 15 2011 2011 57 14 30 38 35 27

Apr 10 2013 Approve Disapprove DK/NA 48 22 30

Feb 27 2013 50 26 25

Jan 16 2013 46 27 27

Nov 21 2012 48 22 30

Aug 15 2012 43 31 26

21. How much of a problem, if at all, is government corruption in New York City today; is it a very serious problem, a somewhat serious problem, a not too serious problem, or not a problem at all? Tot Very serious problem 40% Smwht serious 42 Not too serious 13 Not a problem at all 2 DK/NA 3 Rep 44% 40 9 3 4 Dem 38% 44 14 2 3 Ind 43% 43 12 1 2 Men 40% 41 14 2 2 Wom 41% 43 11 2 3 Wht 36% 45 13 2 3 Blk 49% 38 10 1 2 Hsp 43% 39 12 3 3

COLLEGE DEG Yes No Very serious problem 35% Smwht serious 45 Not too serious 15 Not a problem at all 2 DK/NA 3 Brnx Very serious problem 41% Smwht serious 46 Not too serious 10 Not a problem at all 1 DK/NA 2 44% 41 11 2 2 Kngs 42% 43 11 1 4

ANNUAL HSHOLD INC <50K 50-100 >100K 46% 38 13 1 2 Man 41% 37 15 3 3 36% 51 10 2 1 Qns 37% 45 14 2 3 33% 44 19 3 2 StIsl 40% 41 16 2 1

AGE IN YRS....... 18-34 35-54 55+ 31% 46 18 2 2 40% 44 12 2 2 46% 39 10 2 3

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22. Compared to other major cities in the country, do you think there is more government corruption than in other cities, less government corruption or about as much government corruption? Tot More Less About as much DK/NA 18% 18 56 8 Rep 23% 15 54 9 Dem 15% 19 58 8 Ind 22% 17 53 7 Men 23% 19 51 8 Wom 13% 17 61 9 Wht 17% 17 58 8 Blk 17% 12 61 10 Hsp 20% 20 53 8

COLLEGE DEG Yes No More Less About as much DK/NA 16% 20 57 7 Brnx More Less About as much DK/NA 18% 17 50 15 19% 16 56 9 Kngs 17% 16 58 9

ANNUAL HSHOLD INC <50K 50-100 >100K 18% 15 58 8 Man 19% 20 54 7 17% 17 59 7 Qns 15% 19 59 7 18% 23 55 4 StIsl 20% 13 61 6

AGE IN YRS....... 18-34 35-54 55+ 23% 18 54 5 16% 19 59 6 16% 17 57 11

23. In general, which party do you associate more with political corruption in New York City, the Democratic party or the Republican party? Tot Democratic party Republican party DK/NA 26% 38 36 Rep 58% 21 21 Dem 18% 48 34 Ind 31% 25 44 Men 30% 35 35 Wom 23% 40 38 Wht 32% 27 41 Blk 19% 49 32 Hsp 25% 43 32

COLLEGE DEG Yes No Democratic party Republican party DK/NA 28% 35 37 Brnx Democratic party Republican party DK/NA 25% 45 29 25% 40 35 Kngs 29% 32 39

ANNUAL HSHOLD INC <50K 50-100 >100K 21% 45 34 Man 26% 35 39 27% 35 38 Qns 21% 43 35 36% 31 33 StIsl 31% 39 30

AGE IN YRS....... 18-34 35-54 55+ 29% 44 27 23% 40 36 27% 32 41

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