Healthcare

National Tracking Poll #140706:
Morning Consult
August 2014
Crosstabulation Results
Methodology:
This poll was conducted from August 1-3, 2014, among a national sample of 1825 registered voters. The
interviews were conducted online and the data were weighted to approximate a target sample of likely
voters based on age, race/ethnicity, gender, educational attainment, region, annual household income,
home ownership status and marital status. Results from the full survey have a margin of error of plus
or minus 2 percentage points.
1
1: How likely is it that you will vote in the November 2014 general election for United States Senate, Congress, and other
political offices?
Absolutely
certain to
vote
Very likely About
50-50
Not too
likely
Not likely
at all
N
Registered Voters 65 21 10 2 1 1825
Male 70 19 9 1 0 851
Female 60 23 12 3 2 974
Age: 18-29 54 22 14 6 4 294
Age: 30-44 57 23 20 1 0 452
Age: 45-64 66 23 7 3 1 689
Age: 65+ 81 16 2 0 0 390
Ethnicity - White 66 22 9 2 1 1487
Ethnicity - Hispanic 57 17 19 6 1 163
Ethnicity - Afr. Am. 63 18 13 4 2 235
Ethnicity - Other 58 31 10 0 0 61
Democrats (no lean) 68 19 10 2 1 687
Independents (no lean) 56 25 13 4 2 593
Republicans (no lean) 70 20 8 1 1 545
Liberal (1-3) 65 22 10 3 0 485
Moderate (4) 57 29 10 3 2 537
Conservative (5-7) 74 16 9 1 1 701
Northeast 72 18 6 2 1 333
Midwest 64 15 16 4 1 431
South 60 28 9 2 1 678
West 67 20 9 2 1 383
New England 77 17 3 1 1 95
Mid-Atlantic 70 18 8 3 1 238
East North Central 66 16 14 3 1 294
West North Central 60 14 20 4 3 136
South Atlantic 64 26 9 2 0 365
East South Central 50 31 15 1 3 118
West South Central 60 29 7 1 3 196
Mountain 67 25 4 4 1 123
Pacific 68 18 12 2 0 260
Protestant 69 22 9 0 0 480
Roman Catholic 76 16 5 2 1 434
Ath./Agn./None 55 24 16 4 1 439
Something Else 60 24 11 3 3 473
Religiosity: Monthly+ 73 19 6 2 0 595
Religiosity: LT Monthly 61 23 12 3 2 1230
Income: Under 50k 57 25 12 3 2 792
Income: 50k-100k 67 19 11 2 0 600
Income: 100k+ 75 17 6 1 0 434
Educ: < College 59 23 13 3 2 1200
Educ: Bachelors degree 72 21 6 1 0 405
Educ: Post-grad 84 13 3 0 1 220
Military HH 76 15 7 2 0 361
Not Military HH 62 23 11 2 1 1464
Urban 55 26 16 3 0 407
Suburban 70 20 7 2 0 956
Rural 62 21 12 2 3 462
2
1: How likely is it that you will vote in the November 2014 general election for United States Senate, Congress, and other
political offices?
Absolutely
certain to
vote
Very likely About
50-50
Not too
likely
Not likely
at all
N
Registered Voters 65 21 10 2 1 1825
Heard a lot/some re hc rulings 77 17 4 0 1 787
Heard not much/nothing re hc rulings 55 25 15 4 1 1038
Subsidies avail on state+fed: Yes 75 18 6 1 1 399
Subsidies avail on state+fed: No 74 16 9 1 1 449
Subsidies avail on state+fed: DK 56 25 13 4 2 978
Subsidies shld be available: Yes 67 22 9 2 1 1057
Subsidies shld be available: No 79 14 5 3 0 267
Subsidies shld be available: DK 53 25 17 3 2 501
Health: Excellent/V Good 71 18 9 2 1 922
Health: Good 60 27 10 2 1 632
Health: Fair/Poor 55 22 18 4 2 271
Uninsured 53 25 10 6 6 153
Purchase on Own 63 21 12 1 3 171
Employer-based 65 22 11 1 1 790
Government Plan 70 20 8 2 0 640
3
2: How much, if at all, have you heard about a legal challenge to the 2010 health care law where a federal appeals court
ruled the Internal Revenue Service cannot provide federal subsidies to consumers purchasing health insurance in 36 states?
A lot Some Not much Nothing at
all
N
Registered Voters 14 30 29 28 1825
Male 19 33 29 19 851
Female 9 26 29 36 974
Age: 18-29 10 32 32 26 294
Age: 30-44 18 24 33 25 452
Age: 45-64 12 30 28 30 689
Age: 65+ 14 32 26 28 390
Ethnicity - White 13 31 28 28 1487
Ethnicity - Hispanic 21 21 30 28 163
Ethnicity - Afr. Am. 16 19 34 31 235
Ethnicity - Other 18 44 25 13 61
Democrats (no lean) 13 28 31 29 687
Independents (no lean) 11 29 30 29 593
Republicans (no lean) 17 32 26 25 545
Liberal (1-3) 19 32 25 24 485
Moderate (4) 7 29 35 30 537
Conservative (5-7) 17 32 28 23 701
Northeast 13 30 27 30 333
Midwest 12 28 32 27 431
South 14 30 29 27 678
West 15 30 29 27 383
New England 10 31 32 28 95
Mid-Atlantic 15 30 25 30 238
East North Central 14 28 34 24 294
West North Central 8 27 29 36 136
South Atlantic 12 29 34 24 365
East South Central 13 33 23 32 118
West South Central 16 30 23 30 196
Mountain 15 31 27 28 123
Pacific 15 29 29 27 260
Protestant 15 26 31 28 480
Roman Catholic 19 29 29 23 434
Ath./Agn./None 11 28 30 30 439
Something Else 10 34 27 29 473
Religiosity: Monthly+ 18 29 31 21 595
Religiosity: LT Monthly 11 30 28 31 1230
Income: Under 50k 10 29 27 35 792
Income: 50k-100k 13 30 29 28 600
Income: 100k+ 20 30 34 15 434
Educ: < College 9 26 31 34 1200
Educ: Bachelors degree 18 35 28 19 405
Educ: Post-grad 29 38 23 10 220
Military HH 18 29 27 26 361
Not Military HH 13 30 30 28 1464
Urban 15 27 28 31 407
Suburban 15 32 27 25 956
Rural 9 26 35 30 462
4
2: How much, if at all, have you heard about a legal challenge to the 2010 health care law where a federal appeals court
ruled the Internal Revenue Service cannot provide federal subsidies to consumers purchasing health insurance in 36 states?
A lot Some Not much Nothing at
all
N
Registered Voters 14 30 29 28 1825
Heard a lot/some re hc rulings 31 69 0 0 787
Heard not much/nothing re hc rulings 0 0 51 49 1038
Subsidies avail on state+fed: Yes 29 40 20 11 399
Subsidies avail on state+fed: No 22 40 27 12 449
Subsidies avail on state+fed: DK 4 20 34 42 978
Subsidies shld be available: Yes 15 33 29 23 1057
Subsidies shld be available: No 28 33 23 16 267
Subsidies shld be available: DK 2 20 32 45 501
Health: Excellent/V Good 18 30 30 22 922
Health: Good 9 33 27 31 632
Health: Fair/Poor 8 20 33 39 271
Uninsured 10 32 32 26 153
Purchase on Own 16 36 26 22 171
Employer-based 14 31 29 26 790
Government Plan 14 25 29 32 640
5
3: How much, if at all, have you heard about a legal challenge to the 2010 health care law where a federal appeals court
ruled the Internal Revenue Service cannot provide federal subsidies to consumers purchasing health insurance in 36 states?
A lot / Some Not much / Nothing
at all
N
Registered Voters 43 57 1825
Male 52 48 851
Female 35 65 974
Age: 18-29 43 57 294
Age: 30-44 43 57 452
Age: 45-64 42 58 689
Age: 65+ 46 54 390
Ethnicity - White 44 56 1487
Ethnicity - Hispanic 42 58 163
Ethnicity - Afr. Am. 35 65 235
Ethnicity - Other 62 38 61
Democrats (no lean) 41 59 687
Independents (no lean) 40 60 593
Republicans (no lean) 49 51 545
Liberal (1-3) 51 49 485
Moderate (4) 35 65 537
Conservative (5-7) 48 52 701
Northeast 44 56 333
Midwest 40 60 431
South 44 56 678
West 44 56 383
New England 41 59 95
Mid-Atlantic 45 55 238
East North Central 43 57 294
West North Central 35 65 136
South Atlantic 42 58 365
East South Central 46 54 118
West South Central 47 53 196
Mountain 45 55 123
Pacific 44 56 260
Protestant 41 59 480
Roman Catholic 48 52 434
Ath./Agn./None 40 60 439
Something Else 44 56 473
Religiosity: Monthly+ 48 52 595
Religiosity: LT Monthly 41 59 1230
Income: Under 50k 39 61 792
Income: 50k-100k 44 56 600
Income: 100k+ 51 49 434
Educ: < College 35 65 1200
Educ: Bachelors degree 53 47 405
Educ: Post-grad 67 33 220
Military HH 47 53 361
Not Military HH 42 58 1464
Urban 41 59 407
Suburban 48 52 956
Rural 36 64 462
6
3: How much, if at all, have you heard about a legal challenge to the 2010 health care law where a federal appeals court
ruled the Internal Revenue Service cannot provide federal subsidies to consumers purchasing health insurance in 36 states?
A lot / Some Not much / Nothing
at all
N
Registered Voters 43 57 1825
Heard a lot/some re hc rulings 100 0 787
Heard not much/nothing re hc rulings 0 100 1038
Subsidies avail on state+fed: Yes 69 31 399
Subsidies avail on state+fed: No 62 38 449
Subsidies avail on state+fed: DK 24 76 978
Subsidies shld be available: Yes 48 52 1057
Subsidies shld be available: No 61 39 267
Subsidies shld be available: DK 23 77 501
Health: Excellent/V Good 48 52 922
Health: Good 42 58 632
Health: Fair/Poor 28 72 271
Uninsured 43 57 153
Purchase on Own 52 48 171
Employer-based 45 55 790
Government Plan 39 61 640
7
4: The 2010 health care law includes a provision that says that federal subsidies to those purchasing health insurance will be
available to those buying insurance on ’state-run exchanges.’ Some say that provision is a drafting error that was written to
offer subsidies to state-run and federal exchanges, and that at the time of its writing, it was assumed states would be running
their own exchanges. Others say the provision of the law was written to limit subsidies to the state-run exchanges, and that
the Obama administration should be required to follow the letter of the law. Who do you agree with more?
Those who say
that provision
was a drafting
error...
... provision was
written to limit
subsidies to
state-run
exchanges
Don’t Know /
No Opinion
N
Registered Voters 22 25 54 1825
Male 25 29 46 851
Female 19 21 60 974
Age: 18-29 25 25 50 294
Age: 30-44 25 26 49 452
Age: 45-64 19 24 57 689
Age: 65+ 20 23 56 390
Ethnicity - White 22 24 53 1487
Ethnicity - Hispanic 20 35 44 163
Ethnicity - Afr. Am. 20 17 62 235
Ethnicity - Other 22 40 38 61
Democrats (no lean) 30 17 53 687
Independents (no lean) 17 25 58 593
Republicans (no lean) 17 33 50 545
Liberal (1-3) 39 20 40 485
Moderate (4) 18 18 64 537
Conservative (5-7) 15 35 50 701
Northeast 22 25 53 333
Midwest 25 19 56 431
South 18 27 55 678
West 25 27 48 383
New England 24 26 50 95
Mid-Atlantic 21 25 55 238
East North Central 24 21 54 294
West North Central 27 14 60 136
South Atlantic 20 27 53 365
East South Central 13 25 62 118
West South Central 18 27 55 196
Mountain 28 23 49 123
Pacific 24 29 48 260
Protestant 19 25 57 480
Roman Catholic 26 28 47 434
Ath./Agn./None 23 25 53 439
Something Else 21 22 57 473
Religiosity: Monthly+ 24 28 48 595
Religiosity: LT Monthly 21 23 56 1230
Income: Under 50k 20 21 59 792
Income: 50k-100k 23 28 50 600
Income: 100k+ 24 27 50 434
Educ: < College 18 22 60 1200
Educ: Bachelors degree 31 24 45 405
Educ: Post-grad 26 39 35 220
Military HH 21 28 51 361
Not Military HH 22 24 54 1464
Urban 23 24 53 407
Suburban 24 26 49 956
Rural 16 22 63 462
8
4: The 2010 health care law includes a provision that says that federal subsidies to those purchasing health insurance will be
available to those buying insurance on ’state-run exchanges.’ Some say that provision is a drafting error that was written to
offer subsidies to state-run and federal exchanges, and that at the time of its writing, it was assumed states would be running
their own exchanges. Others say the provision of the law was written to limit subsidies to the state-run exchanges, and that
the Obama administration should be required to follow the letter of the law. Who do you agree with more?
Those who say
that provision
was a drafting
error...
... provision was
written to limit
subsidies to
state-run
exchanges
Don’t Know /
No Opinion
N
Registered Voters 22 25 54 1825
Heard a lot/some re hc rulings 35 35 30 787
Heard not much/nothing re hc rulings 12 17 71 1038
Subsidies avail on state+fed: Yes 100 0 0 399
Subsidies avail on state+fed: No 0 100 0 449
Subsidies avail on state+fed: DK 0 0 100 978
Subsidies shld be available: Yes 33 24 44 1057
Subsidies shld be available: No 14 62 24 267
Subsidies shld be available: DK 3 7 90 501
Health: Excellent/V Good 25 27 48 922
Health: Good 18 23 59 632
Health: Fair/Poor 20 21 59 271
Uninsured 22 21 57 153
Purchase on Own 35 19 46 171
Employer-based 20 27 52 790
Government Plan 20 23 57 640
9
5: Do you think people purchasing health insurance should have access to subsidies if they meet all other qualifications,
regardless of whether the exchange was set up by the states or by the federal government?
Yes No Don’t Know /
No Opinion
N
Registered Voters 58 15 27 1825
Male 59 18 23 851
Female 57 12 31 974
Age: 18-29 63 12 25 294
Age: 30-44 59 10 30 452
Age: 45-64 58 15 28 689
Age: 65+ 52 21 26 390
Ethnicity - White 57 15 28 1487
Ethnicity - Hispanic 57 19 24 163
Ethnicity - Afr. Am. 68 7 25 235
Ethnicity - Other 59 15 26 61
Democrats (no lean) 71 7 22 687
Independents (no lean) 50 16 34 593
Republicans (no lean) 49 23 27 545
Liberal (1-3) 74 8 18 485
Moderate (4) 61 10 29 537
Conservative (5-7) 47 24 28 701
Northeast 58 16 26 333
Midwest 59 11 30 431
South 56 16 28 678
West 60 14 26 383
New England 70 12 18 95
Mid-Atlantic 54 18 29 238
East North Central 60 12 28 294
West North Central 57 9 34 136
South Atlantic 62 13 25 365
East South Central 45 24 31 118
West South Central 51 18 31 196
Mountain 65 15 20 123
Pacific 57 14 29 260
Protestant 51 18 30 480
Roman Catholic 63 15 22 434
Ath./Agn./None 63 13 25 439
Something Else 56 12 32 473
Religiosity: Monthly+ 57 17 26 595
Religiosity: LT Monthly 58 13 28 1230
Income: Under 50k 57 13 30 792
Income: 50k-100k 55 18 27 600
Income: 100k+ 63 13 24 434
Educ: < College 56 12 31 1200
Educ: Bachelors degree 60 17 24 405
Educ: Post-grad 62 25 13 220
Military HH 58 16 26 361
Not Military HH 58 14 28 1464
Urban 65 11 24 407
Suburban 55 17 28 956
Rural 57 13 30 462
10
5: Do you think people purchasing health insurance should have access to subsidies if they meet all other qualifications,
regardless of whether the exchange was set up by the states or by the federal government?
Yes No Don’t Know /
No Opinion
N
Registered Voters 58 15 27 1825
Heard a lot/some re hc rulings 65 21 15 787
Heard not much/nothing re hc rulings 53 10 37 1038
Subsidies avail on state+fed: Yes 86 10 4 399
Subsidies avail on state+fed: No 56 37 7 449
Subsidies avail on state+fed: DK 47 7 46 978
Subsidies shld be available: Yes 100 0 0 1057
Subsidies shld be available: No 0 100 0 267
Subsidies shld be available: DK 0 0 100 501
Health: Excellent/V Good 57 17 26 922
Health: Good 59 13 28 632
Health: Fair/Poor 59 10 31 271
Uninsured 51 21 28 153
Purchase on Own 62 17 21 171
Employer-based 58 14 28 790
Government Plan 58 14 28 640
11
6: What is your age?
Age: 18-29 Age: 30-44 Age: 45-64 Age: 65+ N
Registered Voters 16 25 38 21 1825
Male 11 23 38 28 851
Female 21 26 38 16 974
Age: 18-29 100 0 0 0 294
Age: 30-44 0 100 0 0 452
Age: 45-64 0 0 100 0 689
Age: 65+ 0 0 0 100 390
Ethnicity - White 13 22 41 24 1487
Ethnicity - Hispanic 39 35 17 8 163
Ethnicity - Afr. Am. 27 37 28 8 235
Ethnicity - Other 31 27 33 9 61
Democrats (no lean) 17 29 34 20 687
Independents (no lean) 22 22 38 19 593
Republicans (no lean) 9 23 42 26 545
Liberal (1-3) 22 31 33 14 485
Moderate (4) 20 25 36 19 537
Conservative (5-7) 8 20 43 29 701
Northeast 13 24 44 19 333
Midwest 22 27 30 20 431
South 12 22 41 26 678
West 20 28 35 17 383
New England 18 22 47 13 95
Mid-Atlantic 11 25 42 22 238
East North Central 25 26 30 19 294
West North Central 16 31 32 21 136
South Atlantic 9 23 39 29 365
East South Central 10 19 47 24 118
West South Central 16 21 41 22 196
Mountain 19 19 41 21 123
Pacific 20 32 33 14 260
Protestant 7 21 37 35 480
Roman Catholic 10 21 44 25 434
Ath./Agn./None 24 33 30 13 439
Something Else 23 25 40 13 473
Religiosity: Monthly+ 15 24 34 27 595
Religiosity: LT Monthly 17 25 40 19 1230
Income: Under 50k 21 21 35 24 792
Income: 50k-100k 13 28 38 22 600
Income: 100k+ 12 28 43 17 434
Educ: < College 20 24 37 20 1200
Educ: Bachelors degree 10 28 40 23 405
Educ: Post-grad 9 23 40 29 220
Military HH 8 11 38 43 361
Not Military HH 18 28 38 16 1464
Urban 21 34 30 16 407
Suburban 14 23 39 24 956
Rural 17 20 43 20 462
12
6: What is your age?
Age: 18-29 Age: 30-44 Age: 45-64 Age: 65+ N
Registered Voters 16 25 38 21 1825
Heard a lot/some re hc rulings 16 24 37 23 787
Heard not much/nothing re hc rulings 16 25 38 20 1038
Subsidies avail on state+fed: Yes 18 28 33 20 399
Subsidies avail on state+fed: No 17 26 37 20 449
Subsidies avail on state+fed: DK 15 23 40 22 978
Subsidies shld be available: Yes 18 25 38 19 1057
Subsidies shld be available: No 13 18 38 31 267
Subsidies shld be available: DK 14 27 38 20 501
Health: Excellent/V Good 18 27 35 21 922
Health: Good 16 21 39 24 632
Health: Fair/Poor 12 27 43 18 271
Uninsured 24 35 39 2 153
Purchase on Own 14 28 40 18 171
Employer-based 13 32 51 5 790
Government Plan 10 15 24 50 640
13
7: What is your gender?
Male Female N
Registered Voters 47 53 1825
Male 100 0 851
Female 0 100 974
Age: 18-29 32 68 294
Age: 30-44 44 56 452
Age: 45-64 46 54 689
Age: 65+ 61 39 390
Ethnicity - White 47 53 1487
Ethnicity - Hispanic 37 63 163
Ethnicity - Afr. Am. 41 59 235
Ethnicity - Other 58 42 61
Democrats (no lean) 44 56 687
Independents (no lean) 50 50 593
Republicans (no lean) 46 54 545
Liberal (1-3) 46 54 485
Moderate (4) 45 55 537
Conservative (5-7) 50 50 701
Northeast 50 50 333
Midwest 48 52 431
South 46 54 678
West 43 57 383
New England 52 48 95
Mid-Atlantic 49 51 238
East North Central 51 49 294
West North Central 41 59 136
South Atlantic 51 49 365
East South Central 48 52 118
West South Central 36 64 196
Mountain 40 60 123
Pacific 45 55 260
Protestant 47 53 480
Roman Catholic 53 47 434
Ath./Agn./None 44 56 439
Something Else 43 57 473
Religiosity: Monthly+ 48 52 595
Religiosity: LT Monthly 46 54 1230
Income: Under 50k 37 63 792
Income: 50k-100k 47 53 600
Income: 100k+ 63 37 434
Educ: < College 38 62 1200
Educ: Bachelors degree 61 39 405
Educ: Post-grad 70 30 220
Military HH 58 42 361
Not Military HH 44 56 1464
Urban 51 49 407
Suburban 51 49 956
Rural 33 67 462
14
7: What is your gender?
Male Female N
Registered Voters 47 53 1825
Heard a lot/some re hc rulings 57 43 787
Heard not much/nothing re hc rulings 39 61 1038
Subsidies avail on state+fed: Yes 54 46 399
Subsidies avail on state+fed: No 55 45 449
Subsidies avail on state+fed: DK 40 60 978
Subsidies shld be available: Yes 47 53 1057
Subsidies shld be available: No 57 43 267
Subsidies shld be available: DK 40 60 501
Health: Excellent/V Good 49 51 922
Health: Good 46 54 632
Health: Fair/Poor 38 62 271
Uninsured 41 59 153
Purchase on Own 49 51 171
Employer-based 43 57 790
Government Plan 53 47 640
15
16
8: What is the last grade or class you completed in school?
None,
or
grade
1-8
High
school
in-
com-
plete
(grades
9-11)
High
school
diploma
or
equiv-
alent
Technical
or
voca-
tional
school
after
high
school
Some
col-
lege,
no
degree
Associate’s
or
two-
year
college
degree
Four-
year
college
degree
Graduate
or
pro-
fes-
sional
school
after
col-
lege,
no
degree
Graduate
or
pro-
fes-
sional
degree
N
Registered Voters 0 7 27 4 18 9 22 2 10 1825
Male 0 5 20 4 17 8 29 3 15 851
Female 0 9 34 4 20 10 16 1 5 974
Age: 18-29 0 14 33 2 22 9 13 1 6 294
Age: 30-44 0 8 24 4 18 11 25 2 9 452
Age: 45-64 0 4 26 5 20 8 24 2 11 689
Age: 65+ 0 5 29 4 15 8 23 3 13 390
Ethnicity - White 0 6 26 4 19 9 23 2 11 1487
Ethnicity - Hispanic 0 15 20 3 27 6 20 2 7 163
Ethnicity - Afr. Am. 0 8 41 4 16 10 17 2 3 235
Ethnicity - Other 0 4 20 1 11 7 33 8 16 61
Democrats (no lean) 0 9 29 4 18 9 21 2 8 687
Independents (no lean) 1 8 25 4 20 7 23 2 11 593
Republicans (no lean) 0 4 27 4 17 10 23 3 11 545
Liberal (1-3) 0 9 24 4 18 9 24 2 9 485
Moderate (4) 0 5 33 3 22 9 18 2 7 537
Conservative (5-7) 0 4 23 4 16 9 27 2 14 701
Northeast 0 4 25 3 16 9 28 2 11 333
Midwest 0 10 34 5 12 9 21 2 7 431
South 0 8 28 4 21 8 19 3 10 678
West 0 5 20 3 24 11 25 0 11 383
New England 2 4 17 2 21 9 34 0 11 95
Mid-Atlantic 0 4 28 4 14 9 25 3 12 238
East North Central 0 10 37 6 11 7 20 1 7 294
West North Central 0 10 28 3 14 13 21 3 8 136
South Atlantic 0 3 25 4 21 9 24 4 10 365
East South Central 0 14 35 5 21 6 12 0 7 118
West South Central 0 11 29 3 20 6 14 5 12 196
Mountain 0 5 31 5 20 14 13 1 10 123
Pacific 1 5 14 3 26 9 31 0 12 260
Protestant 0 3 24 4 21 10 23 3 12 480
Roman Catholic 0 1 26 4 15 8 30 3 12 434
Ath./Agn./None 0 9 33 2 20 8 17 1 9 439
Something Else 0 14 26 6 17 9 19 2 6 473
Religiosity: Monthly+ 0 6 24 4 15 10 25 4 12 595
Religiosity: LT Monthly 0 7 29 4 20 9 21 1 9 1230
Income: Under 50k 0 14 40 5 18 9 9 2 2 792
Income: 50k-100k 0 3 22 5 19 11 28 2 9 600
Income: 100k+ 0 0 10 0 18 5 38 4 25 434
Educ: < College 0 11 41 6 28 14 0 0 0 1200
Educ: Bachelors degree 0 0 0 0 0 0 100 0 0 405
Educ: Post-grad 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 19 81 220
Military HH 0 6 22 5 21 10 20 2 14 361
Not Military HH 0 7 28 4 18 9 23 2 9 1464
Urban 0 9 29 2 19 9 20 2 10 407
Suburban 0 4 22 4 18 8 28 3 12 956
Rural 0 10 36 6 20 11 11 2 5 462
17
8: What is the last grade or class you completed in school?
None,
or
grade
1-8
High
school
in-
com-
plete
(grades
9-11)
High
school
diploma
or
equiv-
alent
Technical
or
voca-
tional
school
after
high
school
Some
col-
lege,
no
degree
Associate’s
or
two-
year
college
degree
Four-
year
college
degree
Graduate
or
pro-
fes-
sional
school
after
col-
lege,
no
degree
Graduate
or
pro-
fes-
sional
degree
N
Registered Voters 0 7 27 4 18 9 22 2 10 1825
Heard a lot/some re hc rulings 0 7 21 3 15 8 28 3 16 787
Heard not much/nothing re hc rulings 0 7 32 5 21 9 18 2 5 1038
Subsidies avail on state+fed: Yes 0 6 24 4 12 8 31 3 12 399
Subsidies avail on state+fed: No 0 4 22 5 19 9 22 4 15 449
Subsidies avail on state+fed: DK 0 9 31 4 21 9 19 1 7 978
Subsidies shld be available: Yes 0 7 26 4 17 9 23 2 11 1057
Subsidies shld be available: No 0 4 24 4 16 6 25 5 16 267
Subsidies shld be available: DK 0 9 31 3 22 9 19 1 5 501
Health: Excellent/V Good 0 5 24 4 17 8 27 3 13 922
Health: Good 0 8 31 3 20 9 20 1 8 632
Health: Fair/Poor 1 12 31 6 21 10 12 2 4 271
Uninsured 0 17 40 6 11 10 9 2 5 153
Purchase on Own 0 8 25 3 23 5 26 3 8 171
Employer-based 0 3 23 4 18 9 29 2 13 790
Government Plan 0 9 31 4 18 9 17 2 9 640
18
9: Generally speaking, do you think of yourself as..
Republican Democrat Independent Something
else
N
Registered Voters 30 38 26 6 1825
Male 29 36 29 5 851
Female 30 39 24 7 974
Age: 18-29 16 40 28 15 294
Age: 30-44 27 44 24 5 452
Age: 45-64 34 34 27 5 689
Age: 65+ 37 35 26 2 390
Ethnicity - White 35 30 28 7 1487
Ethnicity - Hispanic 28 43 22 6 163
Ethnicity - Afr. Am. 2 83 13 1 235
Ethnicity - Other 25 44 29 2 61
Democrats (no lean) 0 100 0 0 687
Independents (no lean) 0 0 81 19 593
Republicans (no lean) 100 0 0 0 545
Liberal (1-3) 6 68 21 5 485
Moderate (4) 18 40 36 6 537
Conservative (5-7) 56 15 25 3 701
Northeast 33 39 25 4 333
Midwest 22 43 27 8 431
South 34 34 26 6 678
West 28 37 29 6 383
New England 16 45 36 3 95
Mid-Atlantic 40 37 20 4 238
East North Central 24 45 24 7 294
West North Central 18 39 33 10 136
South Atlantic 28 38 29 4 365
East South Central 40 26 21 12 118
West South Central 42 30 22 7 196
Mountain 30 31 34 5 123
Pacific 27 40 26 7 260
Protestant 40 30 26 5 480
Roman Catholic 36 37 25 3 434
Ath./Agn./None 16 41 33 9 439
Something Else 27 43 22 8 473
Religiosity: Monthly+ 38 36 22 3 595
Religiosity: LT Monthly 26 38 28 7 1230
Income: Under 50k 27 39 25 10 792
Income: 50k-100k 32 36 29 4 600
Income: 100k+ 33 38 27 3 434
Educ: < College 28 40 24 8 1200
Educ: Bachelors degree 32 35 30 4 405
Educ: Post-grad 36 29 34 2 220
Military HH 39 30 25 5 361
Not Military HH 28 39 27 6 1464
Urban 24 48 24 4 407
Suburban 32 35 27 6 956
Rural 32 33 26 9 462
19
9: Generally speaking, do you think of yourself as..
Republican Democrat Independent Something
else
N
Registered Voters 30 38 26 6 1825
Heard a lot/some re hc rulings 34 36 26 4 787
Heard not much/nothing re hc rulings 27 39 26 8 1038
Subsidies avail on state+fed: Yes 23 52 23 2 399
Subsidies avail on state+fed: No 40 27 29 5 449
Subsidies avail on state+fed: DK 28 37 27 8 978
Subsidies shld be available: Yes 25 46 24 4 1057
Subsidies shld be available: No 48 17 31 4 267
Subsidies shld be available: DK 30 30 29 12 501
Health: Excellent/V Good 32 36 27 5 922
Health: Good 28 38 26 7 632
Health: Fair/Poor 26 42 26 7 271
Uninsured 33 29 29 10 153
Purchase on Own 24 47 27 2 171
Employer-based 35 35 26 4 790
Government Plan 26 39 26 8 640
20
10: Do you consider yourself to be a supporter of the Tea Party Movement, or are you not a supporter of the Tea Party
Movement?
Supporter Not a supporter N
Registered Voters 28 72 1824
Male 26 74 850
Female 29 71 973
Age: 18-29 35 65 293
Age: 30-44 27 73 452
Age: 45-64 26 74 689
Age: 65+ 25 75 389
Ethnicity - White 28 72 1486
Ethnicity - Hispanic 29 71 162
Ethnicity - Afr. Am. 21 79 234
Ethnicity - Other 35 65 61
Democrats (no lean) 17 83 687
Independents (no lean) 23 77 592
Republicans (no lean) 45 55 544
Liberal (1-3) 22 78 483
Moderate (4) 15 85 537
Conservative (5-7) 43 57 701
Northeast 23 77 333
Midwest 23 77 430
South 32 68 678
West 29 71 383
New England 25 75 95
Mid-Atlantic 22 78 238
East North Central 26 74 294
West North Central 17 83 136
South Atlantic 22 78 365
East South Central 46 54 118
West South Central 42 58 195
Mountain 30 70 123
Pacific 28 72 260
Protestant 31 69 480
Roman Catholic 26 74 433
Ath./Agn./None 24 76 438
Something Else 30 70 473
Religiosity: Monthly+ 35 65 594
Religiosity: LT Monthly 24 76 1230
Income: Under 50k 34 66 790
Income: 50k-100k 29 71 600
Income: 100k+ 15 85 434
Educ: < College 30 70 1198
Educ: Bachelors degree 20 80 405
Educ: Post-grad 26 74 220
Military HH 31 69 359
Not Military HH 27 73 1464
Urban 26 74 406
Suburban 26 74 956
Rural 32 68 462
21
10: Do you consider yourself to be a supporter of the Tea Party Movement, or are you not a supporter of the Tea Party
Movement?
Supporter Not a supporter N
Registered Voters 28 72 1824
Heard a lot/some re hc rulings 36 64 786
Heard not much/nothing re hc rulings 21 79 1037
Subsidies avail on state+fed: Yes 27 73 398
Subsidies avail on state+fed: No 45 55 448
Subsidies avail on state+fed: DK 20 80 978
Subsidies shld be available: Yes 24 76 1055
Subsidies shld be available: No 49 51 267
Subsidies shld be available: DK 24 76 501
Health: Excellent/V Good 30 70 921
Health: Good 26 74 632
Health: Fair/Poor 23 77 271
Uninsured 36 64 153
Purchase on Own 23 77 171
Employer-based 27 73 790
Government Plan 27 73 638
22
11: Thinking about politics these days, how would you describe your political viewpoint?
Very
liberal
Liberal Slightly
liberal
Moderate Slightly
conser-
vative
Conservative Very
conser-
vative
Don’t
Know
N
Registered Voters 7 11 8 29 13 15 10 6 1825
Male 8 11 7 28 16 17 9 4 851
Female 7 11 9 30 11 14 11 7 974
Age: 18-29 10 14 12 36 6 7 5 9 294
Age: 30-44 14 12 7 30 12 10 10 6 452
Age: 45-64 5 9 10 28 16 18 9 5 689
Age: 65+ 3 12 3 26 14 23 15 3 390
Ethnicity - White 7 11 7 27 14 18 11 6 1487
Ethnicity - Hispanic 7 17 11 29 13 8 12 3 163
Ethnicity - Afr. Am. 15 9 11 41 9 5 4 6 235
Ethnicity - Other 5 14 24 29 16 5 3 4 61
Democrats (no lean) 15 21 12 31 8 4 4 5 687
Independents (no lean) 5 7 9 37 15 12 6 9 593
Republicans (no lean) 1 3 2 18 17 34 21 4 545
Liberal (1-3) 28 42 30 0 0 0 0 0 485
Moderate (4) 0 0 0 100 0 0 0 0 537
Conservative (5-7) 0 0 0 0 34 40 26 0 701
Northeast 6 13 9 30 18 14 6 4 333
Midwest 12 9 8 31 8 12 12 9 431
South 6 10 7 32 14 18 10 4 678
West 7 15 10 22 14 17 10 5 383
New England 7 17 12 29 11 15 6 4 95
Mid-Atlantic 5 11 8 30 20 14 6 5 238
East North Central 9 8 7 34 9 10 13 10 294
West North Central 16 10 10 26 5 15 11 7 136
South Atlantic 7 11 8 36 11 16 7 4 365
East South Central 3 7 0 28 26 17 14 4 118
West South Central 5 8 8 27 11 22 13 6 196
Mountain 5 10 13 21 16 19 9 6 123
Pacific 8 17 8 22 14 16 11 5 260
Protestant 4 6 6 25 15 24 17 2 480
Roman Catholic 5 12 7 29 13 20 11 3 434
Ath./Agn./None 11 16 11 33 10 6 4 10 439
Something Else 10 10 8 31 14 12 7 8 473
Religiosity: Monthly+ 7 9 7 24 14 22 15 3 595
Religiosity: LT Monthly 8 12 9 32 13 12 7 7 1230
Income: Under 50k 8 10 7 31 11 13 9 9 792
Income: 50k-100k 7 15 9 26 12 15 11 4 600
Income: 100k+ 7 8 8 30 18 19 8 2 434
Educ: < College 7 11 8 33 11 13 9 8 1200
Educ: Bachelors degree 9 11 9 23 17 16 13 2 405
Educ: Post-grad 6 11 9 22 17 27 7 1 220
Military HH 4 8 10 25 11 26 12 3 361
Not Military HH 8 12 8 31 14 13 9 6 1464
Urban 11 9 14 31 10 11 9 3 407
Suburban 8 11 6 28 15 17 9 5 956
Rural 3 12 7 30 11 15 13 9 462
23
11: Thinking about politics these days, how would you describe your political viewpoint?
Very
liberal
Liberal Slightly
liberal
Moderate Slightly
conser-
vative
Conservative Very
conser-
vative
Don’t
Know
N
Registered Voters 7 11 8 29 13 15 10 6 1825
Heard a lot/some re hc rulings 9 12 10 24 14 18 11 1 787
Heard not much/nothing re hc rulings 6 10 7 33 12 14 9 9 1038
Subsidies avail on state+fed: Yes 17 21 10 24 10 11 6 1 399
Subsidies avail on state+fed: No 5 9 8 22 15 23 17 1 449
Subsidies avail on state+fed: DK 5 8 7 35 14 14 8 9 978
Subsidies shld be available: Yes 11 13 10 31 11 13 7 3 1057
Subsidies shld be available: No 2 8 4 20 19 25 20 2 267
Subsidies shld be available: DK 4 8 5 31 14 16 10 12 501
Health: Excellent/V Good 8 12 8 27 15 15 12 3 922
Health: Good 7 10 9 35 11 16 7 7 632
Health: Fair/Poor 9 11 7 26 11 15 9 11 271
Uninsured 4 12 9 35 13 10 10 7 153
Purchase on Own 11 12 6 29 18 14 5 5 171
Employer-based 6 9 9 30 15 17 11 4 790
Government Plan 9 11 7 28 11 17 10 8 640
24
12: Thinking about politics these days, how would you describe your political viewpoint?
Liberal (1-3) Moderate (4) Conservative
(5-7)
N
Registered Voters 28 31 41 1723
Male 27 30 43 817
Female 29 33 38 906
Age: 18-29 40 40 21 268
Age: 30-44 35 32 33 424
Age: 45-64 24 30 46 654
Age: 65+ 18 27 55 377
Ethnicity - White 26 29 46 1403
Ethnicity - Hispanic 36 30 34 158
Ethnicity - Afr. Am. 37 44 19 220
Ethnicity - Other 45 30 25 59
Democrats (no lean) 51 33 17 656
Independents (no lean) 23 41 36 542
Republicans (no lean) 6 19 75 525
Liberal (1-3) 100 0 0 485
Moderate (4) 0 100 0 537
Conservative (5-7) 0 0 100 701
Northeast 29 31 40 318
Midwest 31 34 35 393
South 23 34 43 648
West 33 23 44 363
New England 36 30 34 92
Mid-Atlantic 26 32 43 227
East North Central 27 38 35 266
West North Central 39 28 33 127
South Atlantic 27 38 35 351
East South Central 11 29 60 113
West South Central 23 29 48 184
Mountain 31 22 47 115
Pacific 34 23 42 248
Protestant 17 26 58 472
Roman Catholic 25 30 45 420
Ath./Agn./None 43 36 21 397
Something Else 30 34 36 435
Religiosity: Monthly+ 23 25 52 579
Religiosity: LT Monthly 31 35 35 1144
Income: Under 50k 28 35 38 720
Income: 50k-100k 32 28 41 576
Income: 100k+ 24 30 46 427
Educ: < College 28 36 36 1106
Educ: Bachelors degree 29 24 47 399
Educ: Post-grad 25 22 52 217
Military HH 23 26 52 349
Not Military HH 30 33 38 1374
Urban 36 32 32 394
Suburban 27 30 44 910
Rural 24 33 43 419
25
12: Thinking about politics these days, how would you describe your political viewpoint?
Liberal (1-3) Moderate (4) Conservative
(5-7)
N
Registered Voters 28 31 41 1723
Heard a lot/some re hc rulings 32 25 44 777
Heard not much/nothing re hc rulings 25 37 38 946
Subsidies avail on state+fed: Yes 48 24 27 395
Subsidies avail on state+fed: No 22 22 56 442
Subsidies avail on state+fed: DK 22 39 39 886
Subsidies shld be available: Yes 35 32 33 1022
Subsidies shld be available: No 15 20 65 261
Subsidies shld be available: DK 20 35 45 440
Health: Excellent/V Good 28 28 44 893
Health: Good 27 37 36 589
Health: Fair/Poor 31 29 40 241
Uninsured 27 37 35 142
Purchase on Own 31 30 39 163
Employer-based 25 31 44 758
Government Plan 29 30 41 589
26
13: Thinking about politics these days, how would you describe your political viewpoint?
Liberal (1-2) Moderate (3-5) Conservative
(6-7)
N
Registered Voters 20 54 27 1723
Male 20 54 27 817
Female 20 53 27 906
Age: 18-29 26 60 14 268
Age: 30-44 28 52 21 424
Age: 45-64 14 57 28 654
Age: 65+ 15 45 40 377
Ethnicity - White 19 51 31 1403
Ethnicity - Hispanic 25 55 20 158
Ethnicity - Afr. Am. 26 65 10 220
Ethnicity - Other 20 72 9 59
Democrats (no lean) 38 54 8 656
Independents (no lean) 13 68 20 542
Republicans (no lean) 4 39 57 525
Liberal (1-3) 70 30 0 485
Moderate (4) 0 100 0 537
Conservative (5-7) 0 34 66 701
Northeast 19 59 21 318
Midwest 22 52 26 393
South 16 55 29 648
West 23 48 29 363
New England 24 54 22 92
Mid-Atlantic 17 62 21 227
East North Central 20 55 25 266
West North Central 29 44 28 127
South Atlantic 19 58 23 351
East South Central 11 57 32 113
West South Central 14 49 37 184
Mountain 17 53 30 115
Pacific 26 46 28 248
Protestant 10 48 42 472
Roman Catholic 18 51 32 420
Ath./Agn./None 31 59 10 397
Something Else 21 58 21 435
Religiosity: Monthly+ 17 46 37 579
Religiosity: LT Monthly 21 57 21 1144
Income: Under 50k 20 55 25 720
Income: 50k-100k 23 49 28 576
Income: 100k+ 15 57 28 427
Educ: < College 20 56 24 1106
Educ: Bachelors degree 20 51 30 399
Educ: Post-grad 16 48 35 217
Military HH 13 48 40 349
Not Military HH 21 55 23 1374
Urban 21 57 21 394
Suburban 20 53 27 910
Rural 17 52 31 419
27
13: Thinking about politics these days, how would you describe your political viewpoint?
Liberal (1-2) Moderate (3-5) Conservative
(6-7)
N
Registered Voters 20 54 27 1723
Heard a lot/some re hc rulings 22 49 29 777
Heard not much/nothing re hc rulings 18 58 25 946
Subsidies avail on state+fed: Yes 38 45 17 395
Subsidies avail on state+fed: No 14 46 40 442
Subsidies avail on state+fed: DK 14 61 24 886
Subsidies shld be available: Yes 25 54 21 1022
Subsidies shld be available: No 10 44 46 261
Subsidies shld be available: DK 13 57 29 440
Health: Excellent/V Good 20 51 28 893
Health: Good 18 58 24 589
Health: Fair/Poor 22 50 28 241
Uninsured 18 61 22 142
Purchase on Own 24 56 20 163
Employer-based 15 56 29 758
Government Plan 21 50 29 589
28
14: Are you, yourself, of Hispanic origin or descent, such as Mexican, Puerto Rican, Cuban, or some other Spanish back-
ground?
Yes No N
Registered Voters 9 91 1825
Male 7 93 851
Female 10 90 974
Age: 18-29 21 79 294
Age: 30-44 13 87 452
Age: 45-64 4 96 689
Age: 65+ 3 97 390
Ethnicity - White 7 93 1487
Ethnicity - Hispanic 100 0 163
Ethnicity - Afr. Am. 5 95 235
Ethnicity - Other 0 100 61
Democrats (no lean) 10 90 687
Independents (no lean) 8 92 593
Republicans (no lean) 8 92 545
Liberal (1-3) 12 88 485
Moderate (4) 9 91 537
Conservative (5-7) 8 92 701
Northeast 7 93 333
Midwest 3 97 431
South 7 93 678
West 20 80 383
New England 5 95 95
Mid-Atlantic 8 92 238
East North Central 4 96 294
West North Central 2 98 136
South Atlantic 5 95 365
East South Central 4 96 118
West South Central 12 88 196
Mountain 12 88 123
Pacific 24 76 260
Protestant 5 95 480
Roman Catholic 11 89 434
Ath./Agn./None 13 87 439
Something Else 7 93 473
Religiosity: Monthly+ 10 90 595
Religiosity: LT Monthly 8 92 1230
Income: Under 50k 10 90 792
Income: 50k-100k 9 91 600
Income: 100k+ 8 92 434
Educ: < College 10 90 1200
Educ: Bachelors degree 8 92 405
Educ: Post-grad 7 93 220
Military HH 7 93 361
Not Military HH 9 91 1464
Urban 17 83 407
Suburban 7 93 956
Rural 6 94 462
29
14: Are you, yourself, of Hispanic origin or descent, such as Mexican, Puerto Rican, Cuban, or some other Spanish back-
ground?
Yes No N
Registered Voters 9 91 1825
Heard a lot/some re hc rulings 9 91 787
Heard not much/nothing re hc rulings 9 91 1038
Subsidies avail on state+fed: Yes 8 92 399
Subsidies avail on state+fed: No 13 87 449
Subsidies avail on state+fed: DK 7 93 978
Subsidies shld be available: Yes 9 91 1057
Subsidies shld be available: No 12 88 267
Subsidies shld be available: DK 8 92 501
Health: Excellent/V Good 8 92 922
Health: Good 9 91 632
Health: Fair/Poor 11 89 271
Uninsured 15 85 153
Purchase on Own 3 97 171
Employer-based 9 91 790
Government Plan 8 92 640
30
15: Which term below best describes your race or background?
American
Indian
Asian
American
Black White Other N
Registered Voters 1 3 13 81 2 1825
Male 1 4 11 83 1 851
Female 1 3 14 80 2 974
Age: 18-29 3 8 22 64 3 294
Age: 30-44 1 3 19 73 4 452
Age: 45-64 0 3 9 87 0 689
Age: 65+ 0 2 5 93 0 390
Ethnicity - White 0 0 0 100 0 1487
Ethnicity - Hispanic 7 5 7 67 14 163
Ethnicity - Afr. Am. 0 0 100 0 0 235
Ethnicity - Other 7 84 0 0 9 61
Democrats (no lean) 1 4 28 64 3 687
Independents (no lean) 2 3 6 88 1 593
Republicans (no lean) 0 3 1 96 0 545
Liberal (1-3) 0 6 17 74 3 485
Moderate (4) 2 3 18 75 1 537
Conservative (5-7) 0 2 6 91 1 701
Northeast 0 3 7 87 2 333
Midwest 2 2 20 76 0 431
South 1 3 15 81 0 678
West 0 6 6 84 4 383
New England 0 3 5 90 2 95
Mid-Atlantic 0 3 8 86 2 238
East North Central 3 3 28 66 0 294
West North Central 0 0 4 96 0 136
South Atlantic 1 3 13 83 0 365
East South Central 0 0 9 91 0 118
West South Central 1 4 22 73 0 196
Mountain 1 1 4 92 2 123
Pacific 0 8 7 79 6 260
Protestant 0 2 9 88 0 480
Roman Catholic 1 1 5 90 3 434
Ath./Agn./None 1 3 15 78 2 439
Something Else 1 7 21 69 1 473
Religiosity: Monthly+ 1 5 14 79 2 595
Religiosity: LT Monthly 1 3 12 83 2 1230
Income: Under 50k 1 2 15 81 1 792
Income: 50k-100k 1 4 12 82 2 600
Income: 100k+ 0 5 11 82 1 434
Educ: < College 1 2 15 80 2 1200
Educ: Bachelors degree 0 5 10 83 1 405
Educ: Post-grad 1 6 5 88 1 220
Military HH 0 3 11 85 1 361
Not Military HH 1 3 13 81 2 1464
Urban 3 4 23 68 2 407
Suburban 0 4 9 86 1 956
Rural 0 1 12 85 2 462
31
15: Which term below best describes your race or background?
American
Indian
Asian
American
Black White Other N
Registered Voters 1 3 13 81 2 1825
Heard a lot/some re hc rulings 1 4 10 83 1 787
Heard not much/nothing re hc rulings 1 2 15 80 2 1038
Subsidies avail on state+fed: Yes 1 3 12 83 1 399
Subsidies avail on state+fed: No 1 6 9 81 3 449
Subsidies avail on state+fed: DK 1 2 15 81 1 978
Subsidies shld be available: Yes 0 4 15 80 1 1057
Subsidies shld be available: No 4 2 6 85 3 267
Subsidies shld be available: DK 1 3 12 83 1 501
Health: Excellent/V Good 1 4 12 81 2 922
Health: Good 1 3 13 82 1 632
Health: Fair/Poor 0 0 17 81 1 271
Uninsured 6 4 11 76 2 153
Purchase on Own 0 2 12 85 1 171
Employer-based 0 5 11 82 2 790
Government Plan 0 2 15 82 1 640
32
16: Are you a member of a labor union?
Public Sector
Union
Private Sector
Union
Not in Labor
Union
N
Registered Voters 5 2 93 1825
Male 5 4 91 851
Female 5 1 94 974
Age: 18-29 5 3 93 294
Age: 30-44 6 3 91 452
Age: 45-64 6 2 93 689
Age: 65+ 2 3 95 390
Ethnicity - White 4 3 93 1486
Ethnicity - Hispanic 4 6 90 163
Ethnicity - Afr. Am. 6 0 94 235
Ethnicity - Other 13 2 85 61
Democrats (no lean) 7 3 91 687
Independents (no lean) 3 1 96 593
Republicans (no lean) 5 3 92 545
Liberal (1-3) 7 2 91 485
Moderate (4) 4 3 93 537
Conservative (5-7) 4 3 94 701
Northeast 10 7 83 333
Midwest 4 2 94 431
South 2 1 97 678
West 7 1 92 383
New England 10 4 86 95
Mid-Atlantic 11 9 81 238
East North Central 5 2 93 294
West North Central 2 1 97 136
South Atlantic 2 2 96 365
East South Central 3 0 97 118
West South Central 0 2 98 196
Mountain 7 1 92 123
Pacific 6 1 93 260
Protestant 3 4 93 480
Roman Catholic 6 4 90 434
Ath./Agn./None 5 1 93 439
Something Else 5 1 94 473
Religiosity: Monthly+ 5 4 91 595
Religiosity: LT Monthly 5 2 94 1230
Income: Under 50k 3 2 95 792
Income: 50k-100k 6 4 90 600
Income: 100k+ 7 1 92 434
Educ: < College 4 2 94 1200
Educ: Bachelors degree 6 3 92 405
Educ: Post-grad 9 2 89 220
Military HH 4 2 94 361
Not Military HH 5 3 93 1464
Urban 5 4 91 407
Suburban 5 3 92 956
Rural 4 1 95 462
33
16: Are you a member of a labor union?
Public Sector
Union
Private Sector
Union
Not in Labor
Union
N
Registered Voters 5 2 93 1825
Heard a lot/some re hc rulings 7 3 90 787
Heard not much/nothing re hc rulings 3 2 95 1038
Subsidies avail on state+fed: Yes 7 3 90 399
Subsidies avail on state+fed: No 4 4 92 449
Subsidies avail on state+fed: DK 4 2 94 978
Subsidies shld be available: Yes 6 3 92 1057
Subsidies shld be available: No 3 3 94 267
Subsidies shld be available: DK 4 2 94 501
Health: Excellent/V Good 6 3 91 922
Health: Good 4 2 94 632
Health: Fair/Poor 3 1 96 271
Uninsured 0 0 99 153
Purchase on Own 1 5 95 171
Employer-based 8 3 89 790
Government Plan 3 2 95 640
34
17: What is your current marital status?
Single,
never
married
Married Separated Divorced Widowed Living
with a
partner
N
Registered Voters 18 58 2 11 7 5 1825
Male 17 60 2 9 7 5 851
Female 19 56 2 13 6 5 974
Age: 18-29 52 36 3 1 1 7 294
Age: 30-44 24 54 3 9 0 9 452
Age: 45-64 8 68 1 14 4 4 689
Age: 65+ 3 59 1 14 22 2 390
Ethnicity - White 15 60 2 12 7 5 1487
Ethnicity - Hispanic 32 48 3 8 5 5 163
Ethnicity - Afr. Am. 32 50 1 7 3 7 235
Ethnicity - Other 33 54 0 8 3 1 61
Democrats (no lean) 23 51 2 10 7 7 687
Independents (no lean) 18 56 3 13 6 4 593
Republicans (no lean) 12 68 1 9 7 4 545
Liberal (1-3) 29 44 3 10 6 8 485
Moderate (4) 17 57 2 11 8 5 537
Conservative (5-7) 11 67 1 11 7 3 701
Northeast 19 62 2 8 4 5 333
Midwest 21 57 2 12 3 6 431
South 13 59 2 10 11 4 678
West 22 52 2 12 5 7 383
New England 21 58 0 10 4 7 95
Mid-Atlantic 18 64 3 7 4 4 238
East North Central 18 60 1 10 3 7 294
West North Central 26 50 2 15 4 3 136
South Atlantic 14 56 4 12 9 6 365
East South Central 9 68 0 9 10 3 118
West South Central 14 60 1 8 14 2 196
Mountain 17 60 2 11 5 4 123
Pacific 25 48 1 13 6 7 260
Protestant 12 61 1 13 11 3 480
Roman Catholic 13 68 1 7 7 4 434
Ath./Agn./None 28 42 4 13 3 9 439
Something Else 19 59 2 10 5 5 473
Religiosity: Monthly+ 15 64 2 9 8 3 595
Religiosity: LT Monthly 19 55 2 12 6 6 1230
Income: Under 50k 25 42 3 16 10 5 792
Income: 50k-100k 15 66 2 8 5 4 600
Income: 100k+ 9 74 1 6 3 7 434
Educ: < College 21 52 2 12 7 6 1200
Educ: Bachelors degree 13 67 1 8 5 5 405
Educ: Post-grad 9 73 1 7 9 2 220
Military HH 9 68 2 10 7 3 361
Not Military HH 20 55 2 11 6 6 1464
Urban 30 44 2 9 7 8 407
Suburban 15 60 1 12 6 6 956
Rural 13 65 3 11 7 2 462
35
17: What is your current marital status?
Single,
never
married
Married Separated Divorced Widowed Living
with a
partner
N
Registered Voters 18 58 2 11 7 5 1825
Heard a lot/some re hc rulings 16 59 3 11 6 4 787
Heard not much/nothing re hc rulings 19 57 1 10 7 6 1038
Subsidies avail on state+fed: Yes 20 56 2 11 5 7 399
Subsidies avail on state+fed: No 18 57 3 12 7 4 449
Subsidies avail on state+fed: DK 17 59 2 10 7 5 978
Subsidies shld be available: Yes 19 54 2 13 7 5 1057
Subsidies shld be available: No 16 65 2 10 5 3 267
Subsidies shld be available: DK 17 62 1 7 7 6 501
Health: Excellent/V Good 18 59 2 9 6 6 922
Health: Good 17 58 2 11 8 4 632
Health: Fair/Poor 18 51 3 17 6 5 271
Uninsured 35 37 4 14 5 5 153
Purchase on Own 21 50 2 12 7 8 171
Employer-based 10 74 1 7 2 5 790
Government Plan 16 49 2 15 13 4 640
36
18: Thinking about your religion, are you ..
Protestant Roman
Catholic
Ath./Agn./None Something
Else
N
Registered Voters 26 24 24 26 1825
Male 27 27 23 24 851
Female 26 21 25 28 974
Age: 18-29 12 15 37 37 294
Age: 30-44 22 20 32 26 452
Age: 45-64 26 28 19 27 689
Age: 65+ 43 27 14 15 390
Ethnicity - White 28 26 23 22 1487
Ethnicity - Hispanic 14 30 35 21 163
Ethnicity - Afr. Am. 19 9 29 43 235
Ethnicity - Other 19 7 23 51 61
Democrats (no lean) 21 23 26 30 687
Independents (no lean) 25 20 31 24 593
Republicans (no lean) 35 28 13 24 545
Liberal (1-3) 16 22 35 27 485
Moderate (4) 23 23 27 27 537
Conservative (5-7) 39 27 12 22 701
Northeast 14 44 21 20 333
Midwest 27 20 28 24 431
South 32 18 19 31 678
West 25 20 31 23 383
New England 10 57 18 15 95
Mid-Atlantic 16 40 22 23 238
East North Central 24 21 30 25 294
West North Central 35 19 24 22 136
South Atlantic 30 20 20 30 365
East South Central 39 11 21 29 118
West South Central 31 18 15 36 196
Mountain 28 23 24 25 123
Pacific 24 19 35 22 260
Protestant 100 0 0 0 480
Roman Catholic 0 100 0 0 434
Ath./Agn./None 0 0 100 0 439
Something Else 0 0 0 100 473
Religiosity: Monthly+ 36 32 3 28 595
Religiosity: LT Monthly 21 20 34 25 1230
Income: Under 50k 26 16 25 32 792
Income: 50k-100k 28 26 22 24 600
Income: 100k+ 24 34 24 18 434
Educ: < College 25 20 27 29 1200
Educ: Bachelors degree 28 32 18 22 405
Educ: Post-grad 31 29 22 18 220
Military HH 32 28 16 24 361
Not Military HH 25 23 26 26 1464
Urban 23 23 26 29 407
Suburban 25 28 22 25 956
Rural 33 16 27 25 462
37
18: Thinking about your religion, are you ..
Protestant Roman
Catholic
Ath./Agn./None Something
Else
N
Registered Voters 26 24 24 26 1825
Heard a lot/some re hc rulings 25 27 22 26 787
Heard not much/nothing re hc rulings 27 22 25 26 1038
Subsidies avail on state+fed: Yes 22 28 25 25 399
Subsidies avail on state+fed: No 26 27 24 23 449
Subsidies avail on state+fed: DK 28 21 24 28 978
Subsidies shld be available: Yes 23 26 26 25 1057
Subsidies shld be available: No 33 25 21 21 267
Subsidies shld be available: DK 29 19 22 30 501
Health: Excellent/V Good 27 28 21 24 922
Health: Good 24 21 26 28 632
Health: Fair/Poor 29 13 29 29 271
Uninsured 18 17 35 30 153
Purchase on Own 28 20 33 20 171
Employer-based 24 28 22 26 790
Government Plan 32 21 21 25 640
38
19: Would you describe yourself as a ’born-again’ or evangelical Christian, or not? (Among Protestants)
Yes No N
Registered Voters 38 62 1234
Male 33 67 566
Female 43 57 668
Age: 18-29 46 54 157
Age: 30-44 37 63 290
Age: 45-64 37 63 499
Age: 65+ 38 62 288
Ethnicity - White 35 65 1025
Ethnicity - Hispanic 51 49 96
Ethnicity - Afr. Am. 56 44 154
Ethnicity - Other 34 66 27
Democrats (no lean) 40 60 426
Independents (no lean) 35 65 367
Republicans (no lean) 39 61 441
Liberal (1-3) 33 67 265
Moderate (4) 31 69 350
Conservative (5-7) 45 55 567
Northeast 14 86 222
Midwest 41 59 286
South 48 52 500
West 35 65 226
New England 12 88 72
Mid-Atlantic 15 85 150
East North Central 40 60 192
West North Central 41 59 94
South Atlantic 43 57 256
East South Central 68 32 89
West South Central 46 54 156
Mountain 39 61 79
Pacific 33 67 146
Protestant 52 48 473
Roman Catholic 13 87 427
Something Else 51 49 334
Religiosity: Monthly+ 49 51 523
Religiosity: LT Monthly 30 70 711
Income: Under 50k 46 54 539
Income: 50k-100k 40 60 423
Income: 100k+ 19 81 272
Educ: < College 45 55 803
Educ: Bachelors degree 26 74 287
Educ: Post-grad 27 73 145
Military HH 40 60 272
Not Military HH 37 63 962
Urban 37 63 262
Suburban 32 68 648
Rural 51 49 324
39
19: Would you describe yourself as a ’born-again’ or evangelical Christian, or not? (Among Protestants)
Yes No N
Registered Voters 38 62 1234
Heard a lot/some re hc rulings 38 62 532
Heard not much/nothing re hc rulings 38 62 702
Subsidies avail on state+fed: Yes 32 68 266
Subsidies avail on state+fed: No 38 62 296
Subsidies avail on state+fed: DK 41 59 671
Subsidies shld be available: Yes 35 65 681
Subsidies shld be available: No 40 60 191
Subsidies shld be available: DK 43 57 363
Health: Excellent/V Good 36 64 647
Health: Good 37 63 411
Health: Fair/Poor 49 51 176
Uninsured 46 54 97
Purchase on Own 35 65 106
Employer-based 33 67 541
Government Plan 44 56 451
40
20: Aside from weddings and funerals, how often do you attend religious services–more than once a week, once a week, once
or twice a month, a few times a year, seldom, or never?
More
than
once a
week
Once a
week
Once or
twice a
month
A few
times a
year
Seldom Never N
Registered Voters 7 19 7 18 28 21 1825
Male 8 19 7 18 26 23 851
Female 6 19 7 17 30 21 974
Age: 18-29 4 17 9 14 31 25 294
Age: 30-44 7 17 7 18 26 25 452
Age: 45-64 6 18 5 22 27 21 689
Age: 65+ 9 25 8 13 30 15 390
Ethnicity - White 6 19 6 18 27 23 1487
Ethnicity - Hispanic 7 18 12 17 22 25 163
Ethnicity - Afr. Am. 9 22 5 12 41 11 235
Ethnicity - Other 9 22 11 18 18 21 61
Democrats (no lean) 7 17 7 17 30 22 687
Independents (no lean) 5 15 6 18 29 28 593
Republicans (no lean) 9 25 8 18 25 15 545
Liberal (1-3) 5 15 7 17 24 31 485
Moderate (4) 3 17 6 20 32 22 537
Conservative (5-7) 11 25 7 18 27 13 701
Northeast 4 18 6 22 27 22 333
Midwest 6 19 5 14 31 25 431
South 9 21 8 19 28 15 678
West 6 17 7 16 26 28 383
New England 4 16 2 22 25 30 95
Mid-Atlantic 4 18 8 22 28 19 238
East North Central 4 21 4 11 33 26 294
West North Central 9 16 7 20 26 22 136
South Atlantic 10 18 10 19 27 15 365
East South Central 2 20 4 25 35 15 118
West South Central 11 26 7 15 24 17 196
Mountain 6 18 8 13 23 32 123
Pacific 6 16 6 17 28 26 260
Protestant 10 27 8 17 28 9 480
Roman Catholic 6 32 6 21 26 9 434
Ath./Agn./None 2 0 2 9 33 55 439
Something Else 9 16 10 24 26 15 473
Religiosity: Monthly+ 21 58 21 0 0 0 595
Religiosity: LT Monthly 0 0 0 26 42 32 1230
Income: Under 50k 8 16 7 17 28 24 792
Income: 50k-100k 7 22 8 17 24 22 600
Income: 100k+ 5 20 5 19 34 16 434
Educ: < College 6 17 6 17 31 23 1200
Educ: Bachelors degree 7 21 8 21 23 20 405
Educ: Post-grad 11 27 6 18 20 18 220
Military HH 8 18 7 21 27 18 361
Not Military HH 6 19 7 17 28 22 1464
Urban 9 18 8 12 28 25 407
Suburban 5 21 7 20 26 21 956
Rural 8 16 5 18 33 20 462
41
20: Aside from weddings and funerals, how often do you attend religious services–more than once a week, once a week, once
or twice a month, a few times a year, seldom, or never?
More
than
once a
week
Once a
week
Once or
twice a
month
A few
times a
year
Seldom Never N
Registered Voters 7 19 7 18 28 21 1825
Heard a lot/some re hc rulings 9 20 8 18 28 18 787
Heard not much/nothing re hc rulings 5 19 6 18 28 24 1038
Subsidies avail on state+fed: Yes 8 20 8 15 24 25 399
Subsidies avail on state+fed: No 8 21 8 19 28 16 449
Subsidies avail on state+fed: DK 6 18 6 18 30 23 978
Subsidies shld be available: Yes 7 17 8 16 30 22 1057
Subsidies shld be available: No 7 24 6 22 21 18 267
Subsidies shld be available: DK 5 21 5 20 28 22 501
Health: Excellent/V Good 9 20 7 22 25 17 922
Health: Good 6 18 8 14 30 25 632
Health: Fair/Poor 2 18 4 13 35 27 271
Uninsured 3 14 11 18 24 30 153
Purchase on Own 6 24 7 10 28 25 171
Employer-based 8 19 6 21 28 18 790
Government Plan 7 19 6 16 29 22 640
42
21: Are you the parent or guardian of any children under 18 now living in your household?
Yes No N
Registered Voters 25 75 1825
Male 18 82 851
Female 31 69 974
Age: 18-29 39 61 294
Age: 30-44 50 50 452
Age: 45-64 18 82 689
Age: 65+ 1 99 390
Ethnicity - White 22 78 1487
Ethnicity - Hispanic 38 62 163
Ethnicity - Afr. Am. 39 61 235
Ethnicity - Other 37 63 61
Democrats (no lean) 25 75 687
Independents (no lean) 27 73 593
Republicans (no lean) 24 76 545
Liberal (1-3) 29 71 485
Moderate (4) 29 71 537
Conservative (5-7) 21 79 701
Northeast 28 72 333
Midwest 32 68 431
South 22 78 678
West 21 79 383
New England 31 69 95
Mid-Atlantic 26 74 238
East North Central 35 65 294
West North Central 25 75 136
South Atlantic 24 76 365
East South Central 19 81 118
West South Central 22 78 196
Mountain 19 81 123
Pacific 22 78 260
Protestant 17 83 480
Roman Catholic 23 77 434
Ath./Agn./None 28 72 439
Something Else 34 66 473
Religiosity: Monthly+ 26 74 595
Religiosity: LT Monthly 25 75 1230
Income: Under 50k 26 74 792
Income: 50k-100k 24 76 600
Income: 100k+ 26 74 434
Educ: < College 26 74 1200
Educ: Bachelors degree 24 76 405
Educ: Post-grad 22 78 220
Military HH 15 85 361
Not Military HH 28 72 1464
Urban 22 78 407
Suburban 24 76 956
Rural 30 70 462
43
21: Are you the parent or guardian of any children under 18 now living in your household?
Yes No N
Registered Voters 25 75 1825
Heard a lot/some re hc rulings 27 73 787
Heard not much/nothing re hc rulings 24 76 1038
Subsidies avail on state+fed: Yes 29 71 399
Subsidies avail on state+fed: No 28 72 449
Subsidies avail on state+fed: DK 23 77 978
Subsidies shld be available: Yes 28 72 1057
Subsidies shld be available: No 22 78 267
Subsidies shld be available: DK 22 78 501
Health: Excellent/V Good 28 72 922
Health: Good 25 75 632
Health: Fair/Poor 18 82 271
Uninsured 34 66 153
Purchase on Own 22 78 171
Employer-based 31 69 790
Government Plan 17 83 640
44
22: Would you consider where you live
an urban area a suburban area a rural area N
Registered Voters 22 52 25 1825
Male 25 58 18 851
Female 20 48 32 974
Age: 18-29 29 45 26 294
Age: 30-44 30 49 21 452
Age: 45-64 18 54 29 689
Age: 65+ 16 60 24 390
Ethnicity - White 19 55 26 1487
Ethnicity - Hispanic 42 40 18 163
Ethnicity - Afr. Am. 39 37 24 235
Ethnicity - Other 27 65 8 61
Democrats (no lean) 29 49 22 687
Independents (no lean) 19 53 27 593
Republicans (no lean) 18 56 27 545
Liberal (1-3) 29 50 21 485
Moderate (4) 24 50 26 537
Conservative (5-7) 18 56 26 701
Northeast 25 59 16 333
Midwest 20 51 29 431
South 20 48 32 678
West 28 55 16 383
New England 18 58 25 95
Mid-Atlantic 27 60 13 238
East North Central 17 53 30 294
West North Central 24 48 27 136
South Atlantic 17 56 27 365
East South Central 8 40 52 118
West South Central 31 39 30 196
Mountain 23 60 18 123
Pacific 31 53 16 260
Protestant 19 49 31 480
Roman Catholic 22 61 17 434
Ath./Agn./None 24 48 28 439
Something Else 25 51 24 473
Religiosity: Monthly+ 24 54 23 595
Religiosity: LT Monthly 22 52 27 1230
Income: Under 50k 25 42 33 792
Income: 50k-100k 21 57 22 600
Income: 100k+ 18 66 16 434
Educ: < College 23 45 32 1200
Educ: Bachelors degree 20 67 13 405
Educ: Post-grad 23 64 13 220
Military HH 19 51 30 361
Not Military HH 23 53 24 1464
Urban 100 0 0 407
Suburban 0 100 0 956
Rural 0 0 100 462
45
22: Would you consider where you live
an urban area a suburban area a rural area N
Registered Voters 22 52 25 1825
Heard a lot/some re hc rulings 21 58 21 787
Heard not much/nothing re hc rulings 23 48 29 1038
Subsidies avail on state+fed: Yes 24 58 18 399
Subsidies avail on state+fed: No 21 56 22 449
Subsidies avail on state+fed: DK 22 48 30 978
Subsidies shld be available: Yes 25 50 25 1057
Subsidies shld be available: No 17 60 23 267
Subsidies shld be available: DK 19 53 27 501
Health: Excellent/V Good 22 57 21 922
Health: Good 23 50 27 632
Health: Fair/Poor 22 43 35 271
Uninsured 30 39 32 153
Purchase on Own 26 51 23 171
Employer-based 21 55 24 790
Government Plan 20 53 27 640
46
23: How would you describe your present employment situation?
Job in
the
private
sector
Job in
govern-
ment
Self-
employed
Home
-maker
Student Retired Un -
employed
Other N
Registered Voters 31 6 8 12 4 25 9 4 1825
Male 33 7 11 1 3 32 9 4 851
Female 28 6 6 20 5 19 10 5 974
Age: 18-29 24 4 11 18 23 0 15 5 294
Age: 30-44 50 6 11 14 1 2 11 5 452
Age: 45-64 33 10 7 13 1 21 9 6 689
Age: 65+ 8 1 5 2 0 79 3 1 390
Ethnicity - White 32 5 9 11 3 29 8 5 1487
Ethnicity - Hispanic 28 7 8 19 12 12 10 3 163
Ethnicity - Afr. Am. 22 10 9 15 9 13 18 5 235
Ethnicity - Other 50 12 6 2 14 12 1 3 61
Democrats (no lean) 27 8 10 10 6 26 9 4 687
Independents (no lean) 29 4 7 13 4 23 13 6 593
Republicans (no lean) 36 6 8 11 2 28 5 4 545
Liberal (1-3) 32 7 10 10 9 20 10 3 485
Moderate (4) 29 7 7 13 4 24 11 6 537
Conservative (5-7) 32 6 9 11 1 31 6 4 701
Northeast 36 9 8 8 5 22 9 4 333
Midwest 32 4 9 12 4 25 9 5 431
South 26 6 7 14 3 29 10 5 678
West 34 5 10 10 6 22 9 4 383
New England 35 8 15 10 8 14 7 4 95
Mid-Atlantic 36 9 5 7 4 25 9 4 238
East North Central 31 3 9 13 3 24 12 5 294
West North Central 33 8 9 9 7 27 3 5 136
South Atlantic 25 7 8 10 3 33 9 5 365
East South Central 27 9 2 17 3 24 13 5 118
West South Central 25 4 8 21 3 26 9 5 196
Mountain 31 8 8 11 1 27 11 3 123
Pacific 35 4 11 10 8 20 8 5 260
Protestant 29 7 7 7 2 36 8 5 480
Roman Catholic 34 8 7 8 2 30 7 3 434
Ath./Agn./None 31 3 9 15 7 18 11 5 439
Something Else 29 6 10 17 6 17 11 5 473
Religiosity: Monthly+ 29 7 10 11 3 30 7 4 595
Religiosity: LT Monthly 31 6 8 12 5 23 11 5 1230
Income: Under 50k 22 2 7 13 5 28 15 7 792
Income: 50k-100k 33 7 10 10 4 27 5 4 600
Income: 100k+ 42 11 8 10 4 19 4 2 434
Educ: < College 24 4 9 15 6 24 12 6 1200
Educ: Bachelors degree 47 7 7 4 1 27 5 1 405
Educ: Post-grad 35 14 7 4 1 29 5 5 220
Military HH 18 8 7 6 2 48 8 3 361
Not Military HH 34 6 9 13 5 20 10 5 1464
Urban 32 5 9 12 7 20 11 4 407
Suburban 35 7 8 7 4 28 7 4 956
Rural 20 5 8 21 3 25 11 7 462
47
23: How would you describe your present employment situation?
Job in
the
private
sector
Job in
govern-
ment
Self-
employed
Home
-maker
Student Retired Un -
employed
Other N
Registered Voters 31 6 8 12 4 25 9 4 1825
Heard a lot/some re hc rulings 37 6 10 7 3 26 7 4 787
Heard not much/nothing re hc rulings 26 6 7 15 5 25 11 5 1038
Subsidies avail on state+fed: Yes 38 5 13 7 3 24 7 3 399
Subsidies avail on state+fed: No 36 8 8 9 4 26 6 4 449
Subsidies avail on state+fed: DK 25 6 6 15 5 26 12 5 978
Subsidies shld be available: Yes 33 7 9 9 5 24 9 4 1057
Subsidies shld be available: No 26 6 7 12 3 34 7 5 267
Subsidies shld be available: DK 29 6 7 16 4 25 10 4 501
Health: Excellent/V Good 36 8 8 8 5 23 9 3 922
Health: Good 26 6 6 15 4 29 9 6 632
Health: Fair/Poor 22 1 15 13 5 26 12 7 271
Uninsured 25 2 13 14 3 8 28 8 153
Purchase on Own 27 3 17 11 6 24 7 4 171
Employer-based 49 11 5 15 1 12 4 3 790
Government Plan 11 2 9 8 3 50 12 5 640
48
24: Many people weren’t able to vote in the election for President and other offices in 2012. How about you? Were you able
to vote, or for some reason were you unable to vote?
Yes, voted in 2012 No, did not vote in
2012
N
Registered Voters 89 11 1825
Male 91 9 851
Female 87 13 974
Age: 18-29 74 26 294
Age: 30-44 90 10 452
Age: 45-64 90 10 689
Age: 65+ 97 3 390
Ethnicity - White 89 11 1487
Ethnicity - Hispanic 74 26 163
Ethnicity - Afr. Am. 93 7 235
Ethnicity - Other 87 13 61
Democrats (no lean) 92 8 687
Independents (no lean) 82 18 593
Republicans (no lean) 92 8 545
Liberal (1-3) 88 12 485
Moderate (4) 88 12 537
Conservative (5-7) 94 6 701
Northeast 91 9 333
Midwest 89 11 431
South 88 12 678
West 88 12 383
New England 95 5 95
Mid-Atlantic 89 11 238
East North Central 86 14 294
West North Central 97 3 136
South Atlantic 90 10 365
East South Central 79 21 118
West South Central 89 11 196
Mountain 89 11 123
Pacific 87 13 260
Protestant 95 5 480
Roman Catholic 92 8 434
Ath./Agn./None 83 17 439
Something Else 85 15 473
Religiosity: Monthly+ 92 8 595
Religiosity: LT Monthly 87 13 1230
Income: Under 50k 83 17 792
Income: 50k-100k 93 7 600
Income: 100k+ 95 5 434
Educ: < College 84 16 1200
Educ: Bachelors degree 97 3 405
Educ: Post-grad 99 1 220
Military HH 93 7 361
Not Military HH 88 12 1464
Urban 87 13 407
Suburban 92 8 956
Rural 84 16 462
49
24: Many people weren’t able to vote in the election for President and other offices in 2012. How about you? Were you able
to vote, or for some reason were you unable to vote?
Yes, voted in 2012 No, did not vote in
2012
N
Registered Voters 89 11 1825
Heard a lot/some re hc rulings 94 6 787
Heard not much/nothing re hc rulings 85 15 1038
Subsidies avail on state+fed: Yes 97 3 399
Subsidies avail on state+fed: No 89 11 449
Subsidies avail on state+fed: DK 86 14 978
Subsidies shld be available: Yes 90 10 1057
Subsidies shld be available: No 91 9 267
Subsidies shld be available: DK 85 15 501
Health: Excellent/V Good 90 10 922
Health: Good 89 11 632
Health: Fair/Poor 84 16 271
Uninsured 72 28 153
Purchase on Own 92 8 171
Employer-based 92 8 790
Government Plan 90 10 640
50
25: In the 2012 election for President, did you vote for Democrat Barack Obama or Republican Mitt Romney?
Democrat
Barack Obama
Republican Mitt
Romney
Someone else N
Registered Voters 52 44 4 1616
Male 53 42 5 771
Female 51 45 3 845
Age: 18-29 66 29 5 215
Age: 30-44 61 34 5 407
Age: 45-64 47 49 4 618
Age: 65+ 43 54 2 376
Ethnicity - White 44 52 4 1326
Ethnicity - Hispanic 68 32 0 120
Ethnicity - Afr. Am. 96 4 0 215
Ethnicity - Other 66 24 10 53
Democrats (no lean) 93 6 1 631
Independents (no lean) 45 45 10 486
Republicans (no lean) 8 90 2 499
Liberal (1-3) 88 10 2 428
Moderate (4) 62 33 5 466
Conservative (5-7) 22 74 3 654
Northeast 53 44 2 303
Midwest 59 38 2 384
South 48 49 4 594
West 51 40 8 335
New England 63 35 2 90
Mid-Atlantic 49 48 2 212
East North Central 59 39 2 253
West North Central 60 37 3 131
South Atlantic 54 43 3 329
East South Central 28 69 2 93
West South Central 45 49 6 172
Mountain 46 51 3 109
Pacific 54 35 11 226
Protestant 41 55 4 452
Roman Catholic 45 51 3 400
Ath./Agn./None 68 28 5 360
Something Else 58 38 5 403
Religiosity: Monthly+ 45 53 3 547
Religiosity: LT Monthly 56 39 5 1069
Income: Under 50k 53 42 5 650
Income: 50k-100k 53 43 4 554
Income: 100k+ 50 47 3 411
Educ: < College 53 43 4 1007
Educ: Bachelors degree 51 45 3 392
Educ: Post-grad 49 47 4 217
Military HH 44 52 4 335
Not Military HH 54 42 4 1280
Urban 68 28 4 353
Suburban 49 48 3 876
Rural 46 48 6 386
51
25: In the 2012 election for President, did you vote for Democrat Barack Obama or Republican Mitt Romney?
Democrat
Barack Obama
Republican Mitt
Romney
Someone else N
Registered Voters 52 44 4 1616
Heard a lot/some re hc rulings 51 46 3 739
Heard not much/nothing re hc rulings 53 42 5 877
Subsidies avail on state+fed: Yes 69 28 3 383
Subsidies avail on state+fed: No 39 58 3 398
Subsidies avail on state+fed: DK 51 44 5 835
Subsidies shld be available: Yes 64 33 3 951
Subsidies shld be available: No 20 77 3 242
Subsidies shld be available: DK 44 49 7 423
Health: Excellent/V Good 49 47 4 832
Health: Good 56 42 3 557
Health: Fair/Poor 57 36 7 227
Uninsured 47 46 7 110
Purchase on Own 58 39 3 155
Employer-based 48 48 4 723
Government Plan 54 42 4 574
52
26: Many people weren’t able to vote in the election for Congress and other offices in 2010. How about you? Were you able
to vote, or for some reason were you unable to vote?
Yes, voted in 2010 No, did not vote in
2010
N
Registered Voters 77 23 1825
Male 81 19 851
Female 74 26 974
Age: 18-29 55 45 294
Age: 30-44 74 26 452
Age: 45-64 81 19 689
Age: 65+ 90 10 390
Ethnicity - White 79 21 1487
Ethnicity - Hispanic 65 35 163
Ethnicity - Afr. Am. 72 28 235
Ethnicity - Other 67 33 61
Democrats (no lean) 77 23 687
Independents (no lean) 70 30 593
Republicans (no lean) 85 15 545
Liberal (1-3) 70 30 485
Moderate (4) 76 24 537
Conservative (5-7) 86 14 701
Northeast 80 20 333
Midwest 74 26 431
South 75 25 678
West 81 19 383
New England 80 20 95
Mid-Atlantic 80 20 238
East North Central 78 22 294
West North Central 67 33 136
South Atlantic 74 26 365
East South Central 72 28 118
West South Central 78 22 196
Mountain 82 18 123
Pacific 81 19 260
Protestant 82 18 480
Roman Catholic 85 15 434
Ath./Agn./None 68 32 439
Something Else 73 27 473
Religiosity: Monthly+ 83 17 595
Religiosity: LT Monthly 74 26 1230
Income: Under 50k 69 31 792
Income: 50k-100k 79 21 600
Income: 100k+ 90 10 434
Educ: < College 70 30 1200
Educ: Bachelors degree 90 10 405
Educ: Post-grad 95 5 220
Military HH 87 13 361
Not Military HH 75 25 1464
Urban 69 31 407
Suburban 82 18 956
Rural 75 25 462
53
26: Many people weren’t able to vote in the election for Congress and other offices in 2010. How about you? Were you able
to vote, or for some reason were you unable to vote?
Yes, voted in 2010 No, did not vote in
2010
N
Registered Voters 77 23 1825
Heard a lot/some re hc rulings 88 12 787
Heard not much/nothing re hc rulings 69 31 1038
Subsidies avail on state+fed: Yes 85 15 399
Subsidies avail on state+fed: No 85 15 449
Subsidies avail on state+fed: DK 70 30 978
Subsidies shld be available: Yes 78 22 1057
Subsidies shld be available: No 85 15 267
Subsidies shld be available: DK 71 29 501
Health: Excellent/V Good 81 19 922
Health: Good 75 25 632
Health: Fair/Poor 68 32 271
Uninsured 58 42 153
Purchase on Own 75 25 171
Employer-based 82 18 790
Government Plan 80 20 640
54
27: In the 2010 election for U.S. House, did you vote for the Democratic U.S. House candidate, the Republican U.S. House
candidate or someone else?
Democratic U.S.
House candidate
Republican U.S.
House candidate
Someone else N
Registered Voters 48 47 5 1399
Male 45 49 5 684
Female 51 45 5 715
Age: 18-29 52 43 5 160
Age: 30-44 57 36 7 336
Age: 45-64 45 50 5 553
Age: 65+ 42 54 4 350
Ethnicity - White 42 53 6 1171
Ethnicity - Hispanic 54 41 5 106
Ethnicity - Afr. Am. 90 10 0 167
Ethnicity - Other 54 39 7 41
Democrats (no lean) 92 7 1 525
Independents (no lean) 39 46 14 412
Republicans (no lean) 6 92 2 463
Liberal (1-3) 84 13 3 338
Moderate (4) 54 37 9 403
Conservative (5-7) 25 72 3 601
Northeast 47 50 4 267
Midwest 57 36 7 316
South 46 51 3 506
West 44 48 8 310
New England 65 33 1 76
Mid-Atlantic 39 57 4 191
East North Central 59 36 5 225
West North Central 52 37 11 90
South Atlantic 54 42 4 270
East South Central 32 67 0 84
West South Central 40 57 3 152
Mountain 37 56 7 100
Pacific 47 44 9 210
Protestant 34 62 4 393
Roman Catholic 43 50 6 363
Ath./Agn./None 63 28 9 297
Something Else 56 42 2 345
Religiosity: Monthly+ 42 55 3 489
Religiosity: LT Monthly 52 42 6 910
Income: Under 50k 48 46 6 540
Income: 50k-100k 48 48 4 473
Income: 100k+ 48 47 5 386
Educ: < College 49 46 5 831
Educ: Bachelors degree 47 46 7 360
Educ: Post-grad 47 51 2 208
Military HH 40 54 6 310
Not Military HH 50 45 5 1088
Urban 58 37 5 282
Suburban 46 50 4 775
Rural 44 48 8 341
55
27: In the 2010 election for U.S. House, did you vote for the Democratic U.S. House candidate, the Republican U.S. House
candidate or someone else?
Democratic U.S.
House candidate
Republican U.S.
House candidate
Someone else N
Registered Voters 48 47 5 1399
Heard a lot/some re hc rulings 46 51 3 688
Heard not much/nothing re hc rulings 50 43 7 711
Subsidies avail on state+fed: Yes 60 37 2 335
Subsidies avail on state+fed: No 39 58 2 379
Subsidies avail on state+fed: DK 47 45 8 685
Subsidies shld be available: Yes 60 37 3 822
Subsidies shld be available: No 20 76 3 225
Subsidies shld be available: DK 39 50 11 352
Health: Excellent/V Good 45 49 6 745
Health: Good 50 46 5 470
Health: Fair/Poor 56 40 4 184
Uninsured 38 52 10 88
Purchase on Own 50 47 3 124
Employer-based 46 50 5 646
Government Plan 52 43 5 511
56