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Arizona Statewide, November 2013

TABLE OF CONTENTS
Table DIRECTION Page 1...Q1. Is the state of Arizona generally going in the right direction, or has it gotten on the wrong track?
Table DIRECTION Page 2...Q1. Is the state of Arizona generally going in the right direction, or has it gotten on the wrong track?
Table REGVOTE Page 3.....Q2. Are you registered to vote as a Republican, a Democrat, an Independent or something else?
Table REGVOTE Page 4.....Q2. Are you registered to vote as a Republican, a Democrat, an Independent or something else?
Table GOVERNOR Page 5....Q3. Thinking ahead to the Republican primary election for governor next year, if the election were being held today and
the six candidates were…Ken Bennett, Christine Jones, Al Melvin, Andrew Thomas, Doug Ducey, Scott Smith (ROTATE
NAMES)…From the list you just heard, which candidate would be your first choice?
Table GOVERNOR Page 6....Q3. Thinking ahead to the Republican primary election for governor next year, if the election were being held today and
the six candidates were…Ken Bennett, Christine Jones, Al Melvin, Andrew Thomas, Doug Ducey, Scott Smith (ROTATE
NAMES)…From the list you just heard, which candidate would be your first choice?
Table Q4 Page 7..........Q4. If the election for governor were being held today and the candidates were Ken Bennett, the Republican candidate
and Fred DuVal, the Democratic candidate, for whom would you vote? (ROTATE NAMES)
Table Q4 Page 8..........Q4. If the election for governor were being held today and the candidates were Ken Bennett, the Republican candidate
and Fred DuVal, the Democratic candidate, for whom would you vote? (ROTATE NAMES)
Table Q5 Page 9..........Q5. If the election for governor were being held today and the candidates were Doug Ducey, the Republican candidate,
and Fred DuVal, the Democratic candidate, for whom would you vote? (ROTATE NAMES)
Table Q5 Page 10.........Q5. If the election for governor were being held today and the candidates were Doug Ducey, the Republican candidate,
and Fred DuVal, the Democratic candidate, for whom would you vote? (ROTATE NAMES)
Table AGERANGE Page 11...Q6.

Is your age range in years between 18 to 29, 30 to 44, 45 to 54, 55 to 64 or 65 and over?

Table AGERANGE Page 12...Q6.

Is your age range in years between 18 to 29, 30 to 44, 45 to 54, 55 to 64 or 65 and over?

Table GENDER Page 13......

Are you a male or female?

Table GENDER Page 14......

Are you a male or female?

Table HISPANIC Page 15...Q7.

Are you from a Hispanic or Spanish-speaking background?

Table HISPANIC Page 16...Q7.

Are you from a Hispanic or Spanish-speaking background?

Table HHPARTY Page 17....HOUSEHOLD PARTY:(from record)
Table HHPARTY Page 18....HOUSEHOLD PARTY:(from record)
Table VOTED Page 19......VOTED: (from record 1 of 3 or better in G08/G10/G12)
Table VOTED Page 20......VOTED: (from record 1 of 3 or better in G08/G10/G12)
Table AREA Page 21.......AREA: (from record)
Table AREA Page 22.......AREA: (from record)

Table DIRECTION Page 1
Arizona Statewide, November 2013
Q1. Is the state of Arizona generally going in the right direction, or has it gotten on the wrong track?

|
PARTY
|
AGE BREAKS
| HISPANIC?|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
Total| Rep Dem Ind| 18-44 45-54 55-64 65+|
Yes
No|
------ ---- ---- ---- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----Total

600
100

245
100

184
100

160
100

150
100

102
100

150
100

197
100

90
100

509
100

1. Right direction

232
39%

125
51%

37
20%

67
42%

61
41%

38
37%

51
34%

82
42%

42
47%

190
37%

2. Wrong track

292
49%

89
36%

122
66%

78
49%

63
42%

54
53%

84
56%

91
46%

40
45%

253
50%

3. Undecided

44
7%

18
8%

17
9%

8
5%

22
15%

6
5%

11
7%

6
3%

4
4%

40
8%

4. Refuse

32
5%

13
5%

8
4%

8
5%

4
3%

5
5%

4
3%

18
9%

4
4%

27
5%

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Table DIRECTION Page 2
Arizona Statewide, November 2013
Q1. Is the state of Arizona generally going in the right direction, or has it gotten on the wrong track?

|
GENDER
| VOTE HISTORY|
AREA BREAKS
|
|
| G08/G10/G12 |
|
|
|
| Maricopa
Pima
Other
Other |
Total|
Male Female|
1X
2X 3X|
County
County
Northern Southern|
------ ------- ------- ---- ---- ---- --------- --------- --------- --------Total

600
100

288
100

312
100

55
100

77
100

469
100

346
100

130
100

63
100

61
100

1. Right direction

232
39%

111
38%

121
39%

20
37%

33
43%

179
38%

142
41%

39
30%

25
40%

25
42%

2. Wrong track

292
49%

149
52%

144
46%

26
48%

34
44%

232
50%

153
44%

81
62%

31
48%

28
47%

3. Undecided

44
7%

18
6%

26
8%

6
11%

6
8%

32
7%

33
10%

5
4%

3
4%

3
5%

4. Refuse

32
5%

11
4%

21
7%

2
4%

4
5%

26
6%

18
5%

5
4%

5
7%

4
7%

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Table REGVOTE Page 3
Arizona Statewide, November 2013
Q2. Are you registered to vote as a Republican, a Democrat, an Independent or something else?

|
PARTY
|
AGE BREAKS
| HISPANIC?|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
Total| Rep Dem Ind| 18-44 45-54 55-64 65+|
Yes
No|
------ ---- ---- ---- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----Total

600
100

245
100

184
100

160
100

150
100

102
100

150
100

197
100

90
100

509
100

1. Republican

245 245
41% 100%

-

-

63
42%

45
44%

61
41%

77
39%

15
17%

230
45%

2. Democrat

184
31%

-

184
100%

-

30
20%

32
32%

50
34%

71
36%

45
50%

139
27%

3. Independent/other

160
27%

-

-

160
100%

50
33%

25
24%

37
24%

49
25%

30
33%

131
26%

11
2%

-

-

-

7
5%

-

2
1%

1
*%

-

10
2%

4. Refuse

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Table REGVOTE Page 4
Arizona Statewide, November 2013
Q2. Are you registered to vote as a Republican, a Democrat, an Independent or something else?

|
GENDER
| VOTE HISTORY|
AREA BREAKS
|
|
| G08/G10/G12 |
|
|
|
| Maricopa
Pima
Other
Other |
Total|
Male Female|
1X
2X 3X|
County
County
Northern Southern|
------ ------- ------- ---- ---- ---- --------- --------- --------- --------Total

600
100

288
100

312
100

55
100

77
100

469
100

346
100

130
100

63
100

61
100

1. Republican

245
41%

109
38%

136
44%

10
19%

27
35%

207
44%

146
42%

47
36%

25
39%

27
44%

2. Democrat

184
31%

84
29%

100
32%

22
41%

22
29%

139
30%

89
26%

48
37%

23
36%

24
39%

3. Independent/other

160
27%

87
30%

73
24%

19
35%

27
35%

114
24%

99
29%

36
27%

16
25%

10
17%

11
2%

8
3%

2
1%

3
5%

-

8
2%

11
3%

-1
-0%

-

-

4. Refuse

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Table GOVERNOR Page 5
Arizona Statewide, November 2013
Q3. Thinking ahead to the Republican primary election for governor next year, if the election were being held today and
the six candidates were…Ken Bennett, Christine Jones, Al Melvin, Andrew Thomas, Doug Ducey, Scott Smith (ROTATE
NAMES)…From the list you just heard, which candidate would be your first choice?

|
PARTY
|
AGE BREAKS
| HISPANIC?|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
Total| Rep Dem Ind| 18-44 45-54 55-64 65+|
Yes
No|
------ ---- ---- ---- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----Total Answering

245
100

245
100

-

-

63
100

45
100

61
100

77
100

15
100

230
100

1. Ken Bennett

50
20%

50
20%

-

-

11
17%

12
27%

9
15%

18
24%

2
13%

48
21%

2. Christine Jones

10
4%

10
4%

-

-

3
4%

1
2%

3
5%

3
4%

-

10
4%

3. Al Melvin

4
2%

4
2%

-

-

3
4%

1
2%

-

1
1%

-

4
2%

4. Andrew Thomas

10
4%

10
4%

-

-

-

2
4%

4
7%

4
6%

-

10
4%

5. Doug Ducey

21
8%

21
8%

-

-

6
9%

3
6%

6
10%

6
8%

2
13%

19
8%

6. Scott Smith

14
6%

14
6%

-

-

3
4%

5
10%

2
3%

4
6%

2
13%

12
5%

129
53%

129
53%

-

-

36
56%

20
44%

36
59%

38
50%

9
61%

120
52%

7
3%

7
3%

-

-

3
4%

2
4%

1
2%

1
2%

-

7
3%

7. Undecided
8. Refuse

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Table GOVERNOR Page 6
Arizona Statewide, November 2013
Q3. Thinking ahead to the Republican primary election for governor next year, if the election were being held today and
the six candidates were…Ken Bennett, Christine Jones, Al Melvin, Andrew Thomas, Doug Ducey, Scott Smith (ROTATE
NAMES)…From the list you just heard, which candidate would be your first choice?

|
GENDER
| VOTE HISTORY|
AREA BREAKS
|
|
| G08/G10/G12 |
|
|
|
| Maricopa
Pima
Other
Other |
Total|
Male Female|
1X
2X 3X|
County
County
Northern Southern|
------ ------- ------- ---- ---- ---- --------- --------- --------- --------Total Answering

245
100

109
100

136
100

10
100

27
100

207
100

146
100

47
100

25
100

27
100

1. Ken Bennett

50
20%

30
28%

20
15%

-

9
32%

42
20%

22
15%

17
35%

9
38%

2
7%

2. Christine Jones

10
4%

4
3%

6
5%

3
28%

1
2%

6
3%

7
5%

2
4%

1
5%

-

3. Al Melvin

4
2%

2
2%

3
2%

-

-

4
2%

1
1%

3
7%

-

-

4. Andrew Thomas

10
4%

7
7%

3
2%

-

1
3%

9
5%

9
6%

-

-

1
4%

5. Doug Ducey

21
8%

12
11%

9
7%

1
9%

1
2%

19
9%

18
12%

2
5%

1
3%

-

6. Scott Smith

14
6%

7
7%

7
5%

1
7%

2
6%

11
5%

10
7%

1
2%

1
3%

2
7%

129
53%

46
42%

83
61%

6
56%

15
54%

108
52%

76
52%

22
46%

13
51%

19
71%

7
3%

1
1%

6
4%

-

-

7
3%

3
2%

1
1%

-

3
12%

7. Undecided
8. Refuse

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Table Q4 Page 7
Arizona Statewide, November 2013
Q4. If the election for governor were being held today and the candidates were Ken Bennett, the Republican candidate
and Fred DuVal, the Democratic candidate, for whom would you vote? (ROTATE NAMES)

|
PARTY
|
AGE BREAKS
| HISPANIC?|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
Total| Rep Dem Ind| 18-44 45-54 55-64 65+|
Yes
No|
------ ---- ---- ---- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----Total

600
100

245
100

184
100

160
100

150
100

102
100

150
100

197
100

90
100

509
100

1. Ken Bennett

230
38%

158
64%

23
13%

43
27%

48
32%

46
45%

52
35%

84
43%

28
31%

201
39%

2. Fred DuVal

195
33%

23
10%

125
68%

43
27%

45
30%

30
29%

51
34%

69
35%

38
42%

158
31%

3. Undecided

171
28%

62
25%

36
19%

72
45%

57
38%

25
25%

45
30%

44
22%

24
27%

147
29%

4
1%

2
1%

1
*%

2
1%

-

1
1%

2
1%

0
*%

-

4
1%

4. Refuse

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Table Q4 Page 8
Arizona Statewide, November 2013
Q4. If the election for governor were being held today and the candidates were Ken Bennett, the Republican candidate
and Fred DuVal, the Democratic candidate, for whom would you vote? (ROTATE NAMES)

|
GENDER
| VOTE HISTORY|
AREA BREAKS
|
|
| G08/G10/G12 |
|
|
|
| Maricopa
Pima
Other
Other |
Total|
Male Female|
1X
2X 3X|
County
County
Northern Southern|
------ ------- ------- ---- ---- ---- --------- --------- --------- --------Total

600
100

288
100

312
100

55
100

77
100

469
100

346
100

130
100

63
100

61
100

1. Ken Bennett

230
38%

109
38%

121
39%

14
26%

28
36%

188
40%

131
38%

47
36%

30
47%

23
37%

2. Fred DuVal

195
33%

115
40%

81
26%

20
37%

21
28%

154
33%

99
29%

59
45%

20
32%

17
29%

3. Undecided

171
28%

61
21%

109
35%

20
37%

27
36%

123
26%

112
32%

25
19%

13
20%

21
34%

4
1%

2
1%

1
*%

-

1
1%

3
1%

4
1%

-1
-0%

1
1%

-

4. Refuse

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Table Q5 Page 9
Arizona Statewide, November 2013
Q5. If the election for governor were being held today and the candidates were Doug Ducey, the Republican candidate,
and Fred DuVal, the Democratic candidate, for whom would you vote? (ROTATE NAMES)

|
PARTY
|
AGE BREAKS
| HISPANIC?|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
Total| Rep Dem Ind| 18-44 45-54 55-64 65+|
Yes
No|
------ ---- ---- ---- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----Total

600
100

245
100

184
100

160
100

150
100

102
100

150
100

197
100

90
100

509
100

1. Doug Ducey

214
36%

146
60%

16
9%

47
29%

49
33%

42
41%

45
30%

78
39%

30
34%

182
36%

2. Fred DuVal

195
33%

23
9%

120
65%

49
30%

41
27%

29
28%

56
38%

69
35%

36
40%

160
31%

3. Undecided

185
31%

73
30%

48
26%

64
40%

60
40%

29
28%

47
31%

50
25%

24
27%

162
32%

5
1%

4
1%

1
*%

1
1%

-

2
2%

2
1%

1
*%

-

6
1%

4. Refuse

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Table Q5 Page 10
Arizona Statewide, November 2013
Q5. If the election for governor were being held today and the candidates were Doug Ducey, the Republican candidate,
and Fred DuVal, the Democratic candidate, for whom would you vote? (ROTATE NAMES)

|
GENDER
| VOTE HISTORY|
AREA BREAKS
|
|
| G08/G10/G12 |
|
|
|
| Maricopa
Pima
Other
Other |
Total|
Male Female|
1X
2X 3X|
County
County
Northern Southern|
------ ------- ------- ---- ---- ---- --------- --------- --------- --------Total

600
100

288
100

312
100

55
100

77
100

469
100

346
100

130
100

63
100

61
100

1. Doug Ducey

214
36%

108
38%

106
34%

10
19%

26
34%

177
38%

122
35%

44
34%

25
39%

23
38%

2. Fred DuVal

195
33%

108
38%

87
28%

16
29%

28
36%

152
32%

92
27%

63
49%

21
34%

19
31%

3. Undecided

185
31%

68
24%

118
38%

28
52%

23
29%

135
29%

127
37%

23
18%

16
26%

19
31%

5
1%

3
1%

2
1%

-

-

5
1%

5
2%

-1
-0%

1
1%

-

4. Refuse

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Table AGERANGE Page 11
Arizona Statewide, November 2013
Q6.

Is your age range in years between 18 to 29, 30 to 44, 45 to 54, 55 to 64 or 65 and over?

|
PARTY
|
AGE BREAKS
| HISPANIC?|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
Total| Rep Dem Ind| 18-44 45-54 55-64 65+|
Yes
No|
------ ---- ---- ---- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----Total

600
100

245
100

184
100

160
100

150
100

102
100

150
100

197
100

90
100

509
100

1. 18-44

150
25%

63
26%

30
16%

50
31%

150
100%

-

-

-

19
21%

130
25%

2. 45-54

102
17%

45
18%

32
18%

25
16%

-

102
100%

-

-

25
28%

77
15%

3. 55-64

150
25%

61
25%

50
27%

37
23%

-

-

150
100%

-

20
22%

130
26%

4. 65+

197
33%

77
31%

71
39%

49
30%

-

-

-

197
100%

26
29%

172
34%

1
*%

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

5. Refuse

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Table AGERANGE Page 12
Arizona Statewide, November 2013
Q6.

Is your age range in years between 18 to 29, 30 to 44, 45 to 54, 55 to 64 or 65 and over?

|
GENDER
| VOTE HISTORY|
AREA BREAKS
|
|
| G08/G10/G12 |
|
|
|
| Maricopa
Pima
Other
Other |
Total|
Male Female|
1X
2X 3X|
County
County
Northern Southern|
------ ------- ------- ---- ---- ---- --------- --------- --------- --------Total

600
100

288
100

312
100

55
100

77
100

469
100

346
100

130
100

63
100

61
100

1. 18-44

150
25%

75
26%

75
24%

24
44%

29
38%

97
21%

97
28%

31
24%

6
10%

15
24%

2. 45-54

102
17%

51
18%

51
16%

8
15%

11
14%

83
18%

58
17%

23
18%

9
15%

11
19%

3. 55-64

150
25%

74
26%

76
24%

9
16%

15
19%

127
27%

84
24%

36
28%

13
20%

17
28%

4. 65+

197
33%

88
31%

109
35%

13
25%

22
29%

162
34%

105
30%

40
31%

35
55%

18
29%

1
*%

1
*%

-

-

-

1
*%

1
*%

-

-

-

5. Refuse

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Table GENDER Page 13
Arizona Statewide, November 2013
Are you a male or female?

|
PARTY
|
AGE BREAKS
| HISPANIC?|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
Total| Rep Dem Ind| 18-44 45-54 55-64 65+|
Yes
No|
------ ---- ---- ---- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----Total

600
100

245
100

184
100

160
100

150
100

102
100

150
100

197
100

90
100

509
100

1. Male

288
48%

109
44%

84
46%

87
54%

75
50%

51
50%

74
49%

88
45%

49
55%

238
47%

2. Female

312
52%

136
56%

100
54%

73
46%

75
50%

51
50%

76
51%

109
55%

41
45%

271
53%

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Table GENDER Page 14
Arizona Statewide, November 2013
Are you a male or female?

|
GENDER
| VOTE HISTORY|
AREA BREAKS
|
|
| G08/G10/G12 |
|
|
|
| Maricopa
Pima
Other
Other |
Total|
Male Female|
1X
2X 3X|
County
County
Northern Southern|
------ ------- ------- ---- ---- ---- --------- --------- --------- --------Total

600
100

288
100

312
100

55
100

77
100

469
100

346
100

130
100

63
100

61
100

1. Male

288
48%

288
100%

-

22
40%

37
48%

230
49%

167
48%

72
55%

24
38%

25
41%

2. Female

312
52%

-

312
100%

33
60%

40
52%

239
51%

179
52%

58
45%

39
62%

36
59%

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Table HISPANIC Page 15
Arizona Statewide, November 2013
Q7.

Are you from a Hispanic or Spanish-speaking background?

|
PARTY
|
AGE BREAKS
| HISPANIC?|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
Total| Rep Dem Ind| 18-44 45-54 55-64 65+|
Yes
No|
------ ---- ---- ---- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----Total

600
100

245
100

184
100

160
100

150
100

102
100

150
100

197
100

90
100

509
100

1. Yes

90
15%

15
6%

45
24%

30
19%

19
13%

25
24%

20
13%

26
13%

90
100%

-

2. No

509
85%

230
94%

139
76%

131
82%

130
86%

77
76%

130
87%

172
87%

-

509
100%

1
*%

-

-

-0
-0%

2
1%

-

-

-2
-1%

-

-

3. Refuse

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Table HISPANIC Page 16
Arizona Statewide, November 2013
Q7.

Are you from a Hispanic or Spanish-speaking background?

|
GENDER
| VOTE HISTORY|
AREA BREAKS
|
|
| G08/G10/G12 |
|
|
|
| Maricopa
Pima
Other
Other |
Total|
Male Female|
1X
2X 3X|
County
County
Northern Southern|
------ ------- ------- ---- ---- ---- --------- --------- --------- --------Total

600
100

288
100

312
100

55
100

77
100

469
100

346
100

130
100

63
100

61
100

1. Yes

90
15%

49
17%

41
13%

11
21%

18
23%

61
13%

36
11%

26
20%

9
15%

18
30%

2. No

509
85%

238
83%

271
87%

43
79%

59
77%

407
87%

308
89%

105
81%

54
85%

42
70%

1
*%

0
*%

0
*%

-

-

1
*%

2
*%

-1
-1%

-

-

3. Refuse

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Table HHPARTY Page 17
Arizona Statewide, November 2013
HOUSEHOLD PARTY:(from record)

|
PARTY
|
AGE BREAKS
| HISPANIC?|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
Total| Rep Dem Ind| 18-44 45-54 55-64 65+|
Yes
No|
------ ---- ---- ---- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----Total

600
100

245
100

184
100

160
100

150
100

102
100

150
100

197
100

90
100

509
100

1. Republican

254
42%

203
83%

12
7%

33
21%

65
43%

48
47%

60
40%

82
41%

21
23%

233
46%

2. Democrat

197
33%

15
6%

156
85%

23
14%

35
23%

35
34%

52
35%

75
38%

43
48%

154
30%

3. Independent

149
25%

26
11%

15
8%

104
65%

50
33%

19
19%

39
26%

40
21%

26
29%

123
24%

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Table HHPARTY Page 18
Arizona Statewide, November 2013
HOUSEHOLD PARTY:(from record)

|
GENDER
| VOTE HISTORY|
AREA BREAKS
|
|
| G08/G10/G12 |
|
|
|
| Maricopa
Pima
Other
Other |
Total|
Male Female|
1X
2X 3X|
County
County
Northern Southern|
------ ------- ------- ---- ---- ---- --------- --------- --------- --------Total

600
100

288
100

312
100

55
100

77
100

469
100

346
100

130
100

63
100

61
100

1. Republican

254
42%

110
38%

144
46%

13
24%

24
32%

216
46%

164
47%

44
34%

25
40%

21
34%

2. Democrat

197
33%

94
33%

103
33%

16
30%

22
28%

159
34%

93
27%

51
39%

25
39%

28
46%

3. Independent

149
25%

84
29%

65
21%

25
46%

31
40%

93
20%

88
26%

35
27%

13
21%

12
20%

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Table VOTED Page 19
Arizona Statewide, November 2013
VOTED: (from record 1 of 3 or better in G08/G10/G12)

|
PARTY
|
AGE BREAKS
| HISPANIC?|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
Total| Rep Dem Ind| 18-44 45-54 55-64 65+|
Yes
No|
------ ---- ---- ---- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----Total

600
100

245
100

184
100

160
100

150
100

102
100

150
100

197
100

90
100

509
100

1. 1X

55
9%

10
4%

22
12%

19
12%

24
16%

8
8%

9
6%

13
7%

11
12%

43
9%

2. 2X

77
13%

27
11%

22
12%

27
17%

29
19%

11
11%

15
10%

22
11%

18
20%

59
12%

3. 3X

469
78%

207
85%

139
76%

114
71%

97
65%

83
81%

127
84%

162
82%

61
68%

407
80%

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Table VOTED Page 20
Arizona Statewide, November 2013
VOTED: (from record 1 of 3 or better in G08/G10/G12)

|
GENDER
| VOTE HISTORY|
AREA BREAKS
|
|
| G08/G10/G12 |
|
|
|
| Maricopa
Pima
Other
Other |
Total|
Male Female|
1X
2X 3X|
County
County
Northern Southern|
------ ------- ------- ---- ---- ---- --------- --------- --------- --------Total

600
100

288
100

312
100

55
100

77
100

469
100

346
100

130
100

63
100

61
100

1. 1X

55
9%

22
8%

33
55
11% 100%

-

-

37
11%

5
4%

6
9%

7
11%

2. 2X

77
13%

37
13%

40
13%

-

77
100%

-

46
13%

16
12%

7
10%

9
14%

3. 3X

469
78%

230
80%

239
77%

-

-

469
100%

263
76%

109
84%

51
80%

46
75%

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Table AREA Page 21
Arizona Statewide, November 2013
AREA: (from record)

|
PARTY
|
AGE BREAKS
| HISPANIC?|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
Total| Rep Dem Ind| 18-44 45-54 55-64 65+|
Yes
No|
------ ---- ---- ---- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----Total

600
100

245
100

184
100

160
100

150
100

102
100

150
100

197
100

90
100

509
100

1. Maricopa County

346
58%

146
60%

89
49%

99
61%

97
65%

58
57%

84
56%

105
53%

36
40%

308
60%

2. Pima County

130
22%

47
19%

48
26%

36
22%

31
21%

23
23%

36
24%

40
20%

26
29%

105
21%

3. Other Northern
Counties

63
11%

25
10%

23
12%

16
10%

6
4%

9
9%

13
9%

35
17%

9
10%

54
11%

4. Other Southern
Counties

61
10%

27
11%

24
13%

10
6%

15
10%

11
11%

17
11%

18
9%

18
20%

42
8%

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Table AREA Page 22
Arizona Statewide, November 2013
AREA: (from record)

|
GENDER
| VOTE HISTORY|
AREA BREAKS
|
|
| G08/G10/G12 |
|
|
|
| Maricopa
Pima
Other
Other |
Total|
Male Female|
1X
2X 3X|
County
County
Northern Southern|
------ ------- ------- ---- ---- ---- --------- --------- --------- --------Total

600
100

288
100

312
100

55
100

77
100

469
100

346
100

130
100

63
100

61
100

1. Maricopa County

346
58%

167
58%

179
57%

37
68%

46
59%

263
56%

346
100%

-

-

-

2. Pima County

130
22%

72
25%

58
19%

5
9%

16
21%

109
23%

-

130
100%

-

-

3. Other Northern
Counties

63
11%

24
8%

39
13%

6
11%

7
9%

51
11%

-

-

63
100%

-

4. Other Southern
Counties

61
10%

25
9%

36
12%

7
12%

9
11%

46
10%

-

-

-

61
100%

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