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Pennsylvania  CD-­‐9  Poll  Results  
 

Q.  Now,  I  am  going  to  read  you  a  list  of  names.  Please  indicate  whether  you  have  a  favorable  or   unfavorable  opinion  of  each.     Art  Halverson     Favorable   8%   Unfavorable   10%   Not  sure   82%     Travis  Schooley     Favorable   4%   Unfavorable   10%   Not  sure   86%     Bill  Shuster     Favorable   54%   Unfavorable   26%   Not  sure   19%     Bud  Shuster     Favorable   54%   Unfavorable   24%   Not  sure   22%     Tom  Corbett     Favorable   46%   Unfavorable   37%   Not  sure   18%     Pat  Toomey     Favorable   45%   Unfavorable   21%   Not  sure   35%  

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Q:  In  a  primary  election  for  Congress,  which  of  the  following  Republicans  would  you  most  likely   support:  Art  Halverson,  Travis  Schooley  or  Bill  Shuster?     Halverson   11%   Schooley   5%   Shuster   63%   Not  sure   21%     Q:  In  a  Republican  primary  election  for  Congress,  which  of  the  following  Republicans  would  you   most  likely  support:  Art  Halverson  or  Bill  Shuster?     Halverson   20%   Shuster   60%   Not  sure   20%     Q:  Do  you  support  the  goals  and  ideals  of  the  Tea  Party?     Yes   57%   No   18%   Not  sure   25%       Demographics:     Region   HARRISBURG-­‐LNCSTR-­‐LEB-­‐YORK   22%   JOHNSTOWN-­‐ALTOONA   51%   PITTSBURGH   24%   WASHINGTON,  DC  (HAGRSTWN)   3%     Gender   Female   51%   Male   49%     Age   18  -­‐  35   6%   36  -­‐  50   19%   51  -­‐  65   34%   66  and  older   42%              

 

Ideology   Very  Conservative   Somewhat  Conservative   Moderate   Liberal   Not  sure      

43%   38%   15%   2%   3%  

METHODOLOGY:   The  sample  size  for  the  survey  is  555  likely  Republican  primary  voters  and  the  margin  of  error  is  +/-­‐ 4.16%.    The  Interactive  Voice  Response  (IVR)  automated  telephone  survey  was  conducted  September  30   ʹ  October  1,  2013  by  Harper  Polling.    The  total  percentages  for  responses  to  any  given  question  may  not   equal  100%  due  to  rounding.