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Virginia Statewide Poll Results

Q: In an election for Congress, would you generally prefer to vote for the Republican candidate or the Democratic candidate? Republican Democrat Someone else Not sure 46% 42% 4% 8%

MEDICARE ADVANTAGE: Q: Now, please tell me whether you have heard of Medicare Advantage, a type of Medicare health plan offered by private companies that provide additional health benefits? Yes No Not sure 54% 32% 14%

(n=505, +/- 4.36%) Q: Do you have a favorable or unfavorable opinion of Medicare Advantage? Favorable Unfavorable Not sure 44% 20% 36%

Q: Do you have a favorable or unfavorable opinion of the new health care law known as Obamacare? Favorable Unfavorable Not sure 37% 52% 10%

Q: The Obama Administration is cutting payment rates for Medicare Advantage in 2014, resulting in cuts impacting seniors care. Do you approve or disapprove of this action? Approve Disapprove Not sure 22% 52% 26%
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Q: The Obama Administration is considering further cuts to Medicare Advantage in the coming year. Would you be more likely or less likely to support a candidate for Congress who supports further cuts to Medicare Advantage? More likely Less likely Not sure 23% 44% 34%

Q: Would you be more likely or less likely to support a candidate for Congress who supports cuts to Medicare Advantage that will lead to higher health care costs and fewer choices for seniors? More likely Less likely Not sure OBAMACARE: Q: Which of the following candidates for Congress are you more likely to vote for: Candidate A is a supporter of President Obamas new health care law but wants modest changes to the law, or Candidate B is an opponent of Obamacare and is calling for repeal or major changes to the law. Candidate A Candidate B Not sure 39% 51% 10% 15% 55% 30%

Q: Would you be more likely or less likely to support a candidate for Congress who voted to cut Medicare to pass and fund Obamacare in 2010 and now supports additional cuts to Medicare Advantage? More likely Less likely Not sure 16% 49% 35%

Q: Would you be more likely or less likely to vote for a candidate for office who voted for Obamacare and told his constituents, (quote) Im not going to support a health care reform plan that is going to take away health care that youve got?* More likely Less likely Not sure 20% 53% 27%

(*Not in questionnaire: Quote from Sen. Mark Warner 8/10/09)

Demographics: Region CHARLOTTESVILLE GREENSBORO-H.POINT-W.SALEM HARRISONBURG NORFOLK-PORTSMTH-NEWPT NWS RALEIGH-DURHAM (FAYETVLLE) RICHMOND-PETERSBURG ROANOKE-LYNCHBURG TRI-CITIES, TN-VA WASHINGTON, DC (HAGRSTWN) Age 18 to 35 36 to 50 51 to 65 66 and older Race/Ethnicity White African-American Hispanic or Latino Other

2% 1% 2% 19% 1% 22% 13% 3% 37%

15% 38% 35% 12%

73% 16% 3% 9%

Party Affiliation Republican Democrat Independent or any other party Gender Woman Man Ideology Conservative Moderate Liberal Not sure

30% 33% 37%

53% 47%

44% 40% 13% 4%

METHODOLOGY: The sample size for the survey is 936 likely 2014 voters and the margin of error is +/- 3.2 %. The Interactive Voice Response (IVR) automated telephone survey was conducted February 4-5, 2014 by Harper Polling on behalf of American Action Network. The total percentages for responses may not equal 100% due to rounding.

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