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2017WESTERNSTATESSURVEY

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PublicOpinionStrategies/FM3
December2016January2017
N=400votersperstate
(AZ,CO,MT,NV,NM,UT&WY)
MarginofError:+4.9%perstate
MarginofError:+2.74%effectiveoverallsample
Inthisdocument:

Anasterisk(*)inaresponsecategorymeansthatlessthan0.5%ofrespondentschosethat
responsecategoryandadash()representsnoresponse.

Ancarrot(^)denotesrounding.Duetorounding,somefiguresmaybehigherorlowerbyless
thanonehalfofonepercent.

"Skipbase"isthepercentageofvotersthatareaskedaquestionbecausetheymeetacriteria
basedonaresponsetoapreviousquestion,meaningnotall2,800respondentsreceivedthat
question.

"Totalbase"isthepercentageofthetotalsample,inthissurveythatis2,800voters.

1.

Howmanyyearshaveyoulivedin(STATE)?
Total
18%
20%
20%
16%
10%
14%

AZ
21%
23%
22%
14%
10%
10%

CO
18%
18%
22%
18%
7%
14%

MT
15%
14%
15%
18%
13%
22%

NV
25%
31%
19%
9%
7%
8%

NM
13%
12%
17%
18%
14%
25%

UT
10%
15%
20%
21%
14%
18%

WY
16%
16%
15%
22%
15%
16%

010
1120
2130
3140
4150
51+

1%
1%

1%
*

1%
*

1%
1%

1%
*

1%
1%

*
2%

1%

DONTKNOW
REFUSED

29.0

26.5

28.7

34.4

22.6

35.6

34.5

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SPLITSAMPLED
2.
Wouldyousaythatthingsin(STATE)aregoingintherightdirection,orhavetheygottenoffon
thewrongtrack?
Total
57%
31%

AZ
53%
35%

CO
63%
28%

MT
61%
26%

NV
57%
27%

NM
35%
51%

UT
73%
20%

WY
55%
34%

RIGHTDIRECTION
WRONGTRACK

12%

12%

9%

14%

16%

15%

6%

11%

DON'TKNOW/REFUSED(DONOTREAD)

SPLITSAMPLED
3.
WouldyousaythatthingsintheUnitedStatesaregoingintherightdirection,orhavethey
gottenoffonthewrongtrack?
Total
28%
59%

AZ
32%
59%

CO
25%
63%

MT
34%
56%

NV
32%
54%

NM
29%
58%

UT
18%
66%

WY
36%
56%

RIGHTDIRECTION
WRONGTRACK

12%

9%

12%

10%

13%

13%

16%

9%

DON'TKNOW/REFUSED(DONOTREAD)

SPLITSAMPLED
4.
Otherthantheweather,whatdoyoulikemostaboutlivingintheWesternUnitedStates?
(PROBE&CLARIFY:)Isthereanythingelseyoucantellmeaboutthat?
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Q58SPLITSAMPLED
Thinkingaboutthingsin(STATE),foreachofthefollowingpleasecompare(STATE)totherestofthe
country.Isthisaspectoflifein(STATE)better,worse,oraboutthesameasyouwouldexpecttofindin
therestofthecountry.(RANDOMIZE)
Better

Worse

Same

DK(DNR)

Ref(DNR)

5.
Total
AZ
CO
MT
NV
NM
UT
WY

Theeconomy
41%
30%
56%
26%
41%
5%
70%
25%

22%
24%
12%
36%
16%
63%
5%
35%

34%
44%
27%
35%
39%
31%
25%
35%

3%
3%
5%
1%
4%
1%
*
4%

2%

6.
Total
AZ
CO
MT
NV
NM
UT
WY

Qualityoflife
59%
50%
76%
74%
46%
33%
71%
76%

8%
8%
4%
3%
11%
24%
3%
4%

31%
41%
18%
21%
41%
42%
23%
17%

1%
1%
2%
2%
2%
1%
2%
2%

7.
Total
AZ
CO
MT
NV
NM
UT
WY

Thewaygovernmentworks
26%
22%
22%
26%
28%
12%
35%
11%
23%
22%
10%
44%
43%
16%
47%
12%

47%
48%
54%
49%
46%
43%
39%
38%

4%
4%
5%
5%
8%
2%
1%
3%

*
*

1%

8.
Total
AZ
CO
MT
NV
NM
UT
WY

Opportunitiesforoutdoorrecreationandspendingtimeinnature
78%
5%
15%
1%
*
72%
7%
18%
3%
*
90%
*
7%
1%
1%
88%
2%
8%
1%

58%
11%
29%
1%
*
73%
7%
19%

87%
2%
10%
1%

89%
4%
7%

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Q912SPLITSAMPLED
Thinkingaboutthingsin(STATE),foreachofthefollowingpleasetellmehowyouwouldratethataspect
oflifein(STATE)wouldyousayitis(ROTATE)great,good,fairorpoor.(RANDOMIZE)
Total
Great/
Good

Total
Fair/
Poor

Great

Good

Fair

Poor

DK(DNR)

Ref(DNR)

9.
Total
AZ
CO
MT
NV
NM
UT
WY

Theeconomy
50%^
49%
40%^
59%
64%
33%
44%
55%
46%
53%^
14%
85%^
80%
20%^
39%^
60%^

12%
8%
16%
4%
8%
3%
33%
5%

37%
33%
48%
40%
38%
11%
47%
35%

33%
42%
24%
42%
37%
41%
13%
41%

16%
17%
9%
13%
17%
45%
6%
20%

2%
1%
3%
1%
1%
1%
1%
*

10.
Total
AZ
CO
MT
NV
NM
UT
WY

Qualityoflife
77%
23%
74%^
26%
86%
13%
86%
13%^
63%
36%^
59%
41%
91%
9%
91%^
9%^

30%
24%
32%
44%
14%
14%
51%
53%

47%
49%
54%
42%
49%
45%
40%
39%

20%
25%
11%
12%
30%
30%
8%
6%

3%
1%
2%
2%
5%
11%
1%
2%

*
*
1%
1%
1%
1%
*

11.
Total
AZ
CO
MT
NV
NM
UT
WY

Thewaygovernmentworks
39%
59%
6%
34%
64%
5%
44%
52%
6%
43%
55%
4%
33%
63%
6%
19%^
80%
2%
55%
45%
11%
54%^
43%
12%

33%
29%
38%
39%
27%
16%
44%
41%

35%
36%
32%
41%
39%
34%
31%
31%

24%
28%
20%
14%
24%
46%
14%
12%

2%
1%
4%
2%
4%
1%
1%
2%

*
1%

1%

12.
Total
AZ
CO
MT
NV
NM
UT
WY

Opportunitiesforoutdoorrecreationandspendingtimeinnature
87%
13%
60%
27%
9%
4%
83%^
17%
50%
32%
13%
4%
95%
5%
68%
27%
4%
1%
95%
5%
78%
17%
3%
2%
68%
31%
42%
26%
18%
13%
84%
16%^
53%
31%
12%
3%
95%
5%
75%
20%
3%
2%
93%
6%
78%
15%
5%
1%

*
2%
*

1%

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TOTALSAMPLE:StateAttributes%Better&%Great/GoodComparisonTable(RankedBy%Better)
StateAttributes

%Better

%Great/Good

Opportunitiesforoutdoorrecreationandspendingtimeinnature

78%

87%

Qualityoflife

59%

77%

Theeconomy

41%

50%

Thewaygovernmentworks

26%

39%

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Whenyouthinkaboutthetypesofbusinessesandjobsyouwouldliketoseemoreofin(STATE),
whichoneortwoofthosetypesofbusinesseswouldyouwant(STATE)toencouragemoreofin
thefuture?(READANDRANDOMIZE.RECORDUPTOTWOCHOICES)
FirstChoice
Total AZ
31%
36%
21%
22%
15%
17%
10%
9%
8%
7%
7%
3%
3%
1%

CO
29%
19%
15%
11%
7%
10%
4%

MT
23%
15%
11%
19%
11%
8%
9%

NV
38%
20%
16%
7%
9%
3%
2%

NM
30%
21%
17%
9%
9%
9%
1%

UT
26%
24%
11%
11%
10%
6%
4%

WY
13%
18%
7%
7%
10%
21%
18%

Solar,windandrenewableenergy
Computersandtechnology
Hospitalsandhealthcare
Agriculture
Outdoorrecreationandrelatedtourism
Oilandgasdrilling
Coalmining

2%
1%
1%
1%

1%

1%
2%

3%
1%
*
1%

1%
1%
1%
2%

3%
1%
1%
*

3%
*
1%
1%

4%
*
1%
*

ALL
OTHER(DONOTREAD)
NONE(DONOTREAD)
UNSURE/REFUSED(DONOTREAD)

CombinedChoicesRankedbyTotalFirstChoice
CO
MT
NV
NM
UT
Total AZ
45%
49%
44%
36%
53%
45%
38%
38%
42%
32%
26%
37%
40%
40%
26%
28%
27%
22%
30%
28%
21%
18%
18%
20%
29%
11%
18%
20%
21%
19%
20%
21%
21%
23%
27%
12%
5%
18%
17%
6%
16%
11%
6%
3%
7%
16%
4%
2%
8%

WY
23%
27%
16%
13%
19%
33%
34%

Solar,windandrenewableenergy
Computersandtechnology
Hospitalsandhealthcare
Agriculture
Outdoorrecreationandrelatedtourism
Oilandgasdrilling
Coalmining

2%
1%
1%
1%

4%
*
1%
*

ALL
OTHER(DONOTREAD)
NONE(DONOTREAD)
UNSURE/REFUSED(DONOTREAD)

2%
1%
2%
1%

2%
1%
2%
1%

1%

1%
2%

3%
1%
*
1%

1%
1%
1%
2%

3%
1%
1%
*

3%
*
1%
1%

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SwitchingtopicsI'dliketoreadyousomedifferentagencieswhichdealwithissuesinyourstate.For
eachone,pleaseindicatewhetheryouapproveordisapproveofthejobtheyaredoingatthistime.
(RANDOMIZE)
(IFAPPROVE/DISAPPROVE)AnddoyouSTRONGLY(approve/disapprove)orjustSOMEWHAT
(approve/disapprove)?
(IFDON'TKNOW/NEVERHEARDOF,CLARIFY)Haveyounotheardof(ORGANIZATION)ordoyoujust
nothaveanopinionofthejobtheyaredoingatthistime?
Total
Approve

Total
Strongly
Disapprove Approve

Somewhat Somewhat Strongly


No
Approve
Disapprove Disapprove Opinion

Never
HeardOf

Ref
(DNR)

Q1417SPLITSAMPLED
14. U.S.ForestService
Total 76%
12%
AZ
75%
12%
CO
78%
10%^
MT
75%
19%
NV
67%
13%
NM
82%
10%
UT
80%^
12%
WY
71%
23%^

38%
39%
43%
33%
29%
44%
33%
25%

38%
36%
35%
42%
38%
38%
46%
46%

7%
9%
7%
8%
6%
3%
7%
8%

5%
3%
4%
11%
7%
7%
5%
16%

9%
10%
9%
4%
11%
6%
8%
5%

2%
2%
3%
1%
7%
2%
*

*
*

1%
2%

1%

15.
Total
AZ
CO
MT
NV
NM
UT
WY

NationalParkService
82%
10%
81%^
10%^
86%
7%
85%
9%
78%
11%^
83%
12%
80%^
13%
76%^
18%^

45%
46%
52%
46%
41%
44%
41%
32%

37%
34%
34%
39%
37%
39%
40%
43%

6%
6%
5%
5%
5%
9%
9%
7%

4%
5%
2%
4%
5%
3%
4%
12%

6%
7%
4%
4%
7%
4%
6%
5%

1%
2%
*
1%
3%
1%

1%

2%
1%
1%

16.
Total
AZ
CO
MT
NV
NM
UT
WY

U.S.FishandWildlifeService
76%
10%
33%
76%
8%
33%
79%^
7%
36%
79%
15%^
36%
66%
12%
23%
81%
9%^
40%
74%^
13%^
34%
78%
15%
43%

43%
43%
44%
43%
43%
41%
41%
35%

6%
5%
4%
10%
5%
4%
11%
9%

4%
3%
3%
6%
7%
6%
3%
6%

10%
12%
9%
5%
18%
8%
10%
7%

3%
4%
4%
1%
4%
2%
2%
*

continued

*
1%

1%

*
*

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17.
Total
AZ
CO
MT
NV
NM
UT
WY

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Total
Strongly
Disapprove Approve

BureauofLandManagement
56%
25%
16%
56%^
22%
14%
55%
25%
15%
63%
25%
16%
47%
32%
13%
63%
20%
20%
57%^
31%
18%
64%
23%
20%

Somewhat Somewhat Strongly


No
Approve
Disapprove Disapprove Opinion

Never
HeardOf

Ref
(DNR)

40%
41%
40%
47%
34%
43%
38%
44%

5%
7%
7%
3%
7%
3%
1%
2%

1%

1%
*
2%

2%
1%

13%
15%
13%
15%
15%
10%
13%
10%

12%
7%
12%
10%
17%
10%
18%
13%

13%
15%
13%
9%
11%
13%
10%
11%

TOTALSAMPLE:SummaryofAgenciesRankedBy%TotalApprove
Agencies

%TotalApprove

%TotalDisapprove

NationalParkService

82%

10%

U.S.FishandWildlifeService

76%

10%

U.S.ForestService

76%

12%

BureauofLandManagement

56%

25%

SPLITSAMPLED
18.
WhatarethethingsthatyouwouldmostliketheTrumpadministrationandtheCongresstodo
thatrelatetonaturalresources,suchasforests,waterandmineralsintheWest?Whatadvice
wouldyouofferastheyconsiderhowtoaddresstheseissuesoverthenextfouryears?(PROBE
&CLARIFYASNEEDED)
SEEVERBATIMCOMMENTS

SPLITSAMPLED
19.
WhatarethethingsthatyouwouldmostliketheTrumpadministrationandtheCongresstodo
thatrelatetopubliclandsmanagedbynationalagencies,suchasnationalparks,national
forests,nationalmonuments,nationalwildliferefuges?Whatadvicewouldyouofferasthey
considerhowtoaddresspubliclandsoverthenextfouryears?(PROBE&CLARIFYASNEEDED)
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Next,I'mgoingtoreadyoualistofissuessomepeoplesayareproblemsin(STATE).Foreachone,
pleasetellmeifyouthinkitis(ROTATE)anextremelyseriousproblem,averyseriousproblem,a
somewhatseriousproblem,ornotaproblemin(STATE).Thefirst/nextoneis...(RANDOMIZE)

Very
Serious

Somewhat
Serious

NotA
Problem

Dont
Know/
Refused

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20.
Lossofhabitatforfishandwildlife
Total 31%^
66%
13%
AZ
41%
70%^
17%
CO
25%^
65%^
9%
MT
29%
59%
11%
NV
34%
60%
22%
NM
33%
71%
13%
UT
21%^
63%^
6%
WY
12%^
50%^
5%

19%
24%
17%
18%
12%
20%
16%
8%

34%
30%
40%
30%
26%
38%
42%
38%

30%
27%
30%
38%
35%
27%
33%
49%

4%
3%
4%
3%
5%
3%
4%
1%

21.
Total
AZ
CO
MT
NV
NM
UT
WY

Pollutionofrivers,lakesandstreams
34%
76%
16%
37%^
79%^
20%
30%
76%
13%
27%
68%^
10%
44%^
73%
20%
30%
73%^
10%
30%^
77%^
13%
11%
44%^
1%

18%
18%
17%
17%
23%
20%
16%
10%

42%
42%
46%
40%
30%
42%
47%
32%

21%
19%
21%
32%
21%
24%
20%
54%

3%
2%
3%
*
6%
3%
3%
3%

22.
Total
AZ
CO
MT
NV
NM
UT
WY

Ourdependenceonforeignoil
41%^
76%
21%
46%
80%
24%
34%
73%
17%
42%
72%
21%
43%
76%^
21%
41%
71%
22%
40%
77%^
18%
42%^
73%
17%

21%
22%
17%
21%
22%
19%
22%
24%

34%
34%
39%
30%
32%
30%
36%
32%

19%
17%
21%
24%
18%
24%
17%
20%

5%
3%
7%
4%
7%
5%
6%
7%

23.
Total
AZ
CO
MT
NV
NM
UT
WY

Ourdependenceonfossilfuels
31%
64%^
15%
32%
65%
17%
30%
64%
12%
26%
53%
11%
34%
58%
21%
39%^
72%
20%
28%^
69%^
13%
28%
56%
15%

16%
32%
15%
33%
18%
34%
15%
27%
13%
24%
20%
32%
16%
41%
13%
28%
continued

29%
29%
29%
41%
34%
21%
26%
43%

7%
7%
8%
5%
7%
8%
4%
1%

Extremely/
Very
Serious

Total
Serious

Extremely
Serious

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Very
Serious

24.
Total
AZ
CO
MT
NV
NM
UT
WY

Unemployment
37%^
76%^
41%^
78%^
25%^
71%
26%
68%
47%^
83%^
68%
96%
16%
60%^
36%
83%

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Extremely
Serious

Very
Serious

Somewhat
Serious

NotA
Problem

Dont
Know/
Refused

13%
11%
9%
10%
22%
32%
7%
7%

23%
29%
17%
16%
24%
36%
9%
29%

39%
37%
45%
42%
36%
28%
43%
47%

22%
21%
26%
30%
14%
3%
39%
15%

2%
1%
3%
2%
3%
1%
1%
1%

25.
Total
AZ
CO
MT
NV
NM
UT
WY

Poorlyplannedgrowthanddevelopment
33%
71%
15%
18%
32%
70%
16%
16%
37%
72%^
16%
21%
22%
70%^
11%
11%
33%
68%^
17%
16%
48%
85%^
23%
25%
26%
69%
8%
18%
22%
61%^
8%
14%

38%
38%
34%
47%
34%
36%
43%
40%

24%
27%
22%
26%
27%
12%
26%
29%

5%
3%
7%
5%
5%
4%
5%
9%

26.
Total
AZ
CO
MT
NV
NM
UT
WY

Theimpactofminingonlandandwater
31%
64%
13%
18%
34%
67%
18%
16%
33%
63%
12%
21%
31%^
65%^
16%
16%
32%^
61%^
13%
18%
27%
60%^
9%
18%
22%
68%
6%
16%
23%
48%
7%
16%

33%
33%
30%
34%
29%
32%
46%
25%

27%
27%
28%
31%
28%
29%
25%
48%

8%
6%
9%
3%
11%
12%
8%
4%

27.

Lackofresourcestoproperlymaintainandtakecareofnationalparks,forestsandotherpublic
lands
24%
62%^
9%
15%
39%
32%
6%
27%
65%
11%
16%
38%
30%
5%
22%
62%^
7%
15%
39%
30%
8%
20%
58%
9%
11%
38%
40%
2%
21%^
55%
8%
12%
35%
37%
8%
31%
75%^
10%
21%
43%
24%
1%
17%
54%
5%
12%
37%
39%
6%
20%
57%
6%
14%
37%
39%
4%

Total
AZ
CO
MT
NV
NM
UT
WY

Total
Serious

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Very
Serious

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Total
Serious

Extremely
Serious

Q2829ASKEDOFALL
28.
Lowlevelsofwaterinrivers
Total 51%^
80%^
25%
AZ
60%
87%
33%
CO
38%
71%
14%
MT
27%
63%
11%
NV
66%
84%
40%
NM
64%
91%
33%
UT
42%^
77%^
17%
WY
16%^
51%
4%
29.
Total
AZ
CO
MT
NV
NM
UT
WY

Very
Serious

Somewhat
Serious

NotA
Problem

Dont
Know/
Refused

25%
27%
24%
16%
26%
31%
26%
11%

29%
27%
33%
36%
18%
27%
35%
36%

17%
11%
25%
33%
12%
7%
18%
42%

3%
2%
5%
4%
4%
1%
4%
7%

64%
64%
71%
52%
62%
63%
64%
61%

4%
6%
3%
2%
5%
3%
2%
1%

Lackofaccesstohunting,fishingoroutdoorrecreationareas
10%^
32%
5%
6%
21%
10%
30%
4%
6%
20%
8%^
26%
4%
3%
19%
18%
46%
8%
10%
28%
9%
33%
6%
3%
24%
12%
35%
5%
7%
23%
13%
34%
6%
7%
21%
13%
37%
6%
7%
24%

TOTALSAMPLE:SummaryofIssuesRankedBy%Extremely/VerySerious
%Extremely/
VerySerious

%Total
Serious

Lowlevelsofwaterinrivers

51%

80%

Ourdependenceonforeignoil

41%

76%

Unemployment

37%

76%

Pollutionofrivers,lakesandstreams

34%

76%

Poorlyplannedgrowthanddevelopment

33%

71%

Lossofhabitatforfishandwildlife

31%

66%

Ourdependenceonfossilfuels

31%

64%

Theimpactofminingonlandandwater

31%

64%

Lackofresourcestoproperlymaintainandtakecareofnational
parks,forestsandotherpubliclands

24%

62%

Lackofaccesstohunting,fishingoroutdoorrecreationareas

10%

32%

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Thinkingaboutjustoneoftheseissues,energy
SPLITSAMPLED
30.
Whichoneofthefollowingsourcesofenergywouldyouwanttoencouragetheuseofherein
(STATE)?
(IFRESPONSEGIVENTHENASK:)AndwhichwouldyouNEXTmostwanttoencouragetheuse
of?(READANDRANDOMIZE)
FirstChoice
Total AZ
49%
63%
16%
9%
10%
8%
7%
5%
7%
10%
4%
*
3%
3%

CO
35%
23%
10%
9%
6%
6%
4%

MT
27%
27%
11%
8%
3%
11%
7%

NV
61%
12%
6%
6%
9%
2%
1%

NM
46%
22%
10%
5%
6%
3%
4%

UT
43%
14%
17%
9%
7%
5%
2%

WY
9%
16%
18%
5%
5%
32%
9%

Solarpower
Windpower
Naturalgas
Energyefficiencyefforts
Nuclear
Coal
Oil

2%
*
1%

4%
*
3%

4%
1%
*

2%
1%
*

3%

1%

2%
1%
1%

3%

4%

ALL/COMBINATION(DONOTREAD)
NONEOFTHESE(DONOTREAD)
UNSURE/REFUSED(DONOTREAD)

CombinedChoicesRankedbyTotalFirstChoice
CO
MT
NV
NM
UT
Total AZ
71%
84%
66%
53%
80%
66%
63%
48%
47%
49%
52%
51%
56%
41%
22%
16%
23%
26%
21%
21%
30%
19%
23%
19%
12%
16%
16%
22%
13%
19%
8%
5%
12%
13%
16%
8%
1%
9%
26%
4%
6%
12%
8%
6%
10%
13%
6%
11%
6%

WY
21%
26%
38%
11%
12%
50%
25%

Solarpower
Windpower
Naturalgas
Energyefficiencyefforts
Nuclear
Coal
Oil

3%
1%
2%

3%
1%
4%

ALL/COMBINATION(DONOTREAD)
NONEOFTHESE(DONOTREAD)
UNSURE/REFUSED(DONOTREAD)

1%
*

1%
1%
*

4%
*
3%

4%
3%
2%

2%
4%
1%

5%
*
2%

2%
3%
1%

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SPLITSAMPLED
31.
WhichoneofthefollowingsourcesofenergywouldyouwanttoDISCOURAGEtheuseofherein
(STATE)?
(IFRESPONSEGIVEN,THENASK:)AndwhichwouldyouNEXTwanttodiscouragetheuseof?
(READANDRANDOMIZE)
FirstChoice
Total AZ
34%
30%
30%
33%
10%
14%
6%
7%
5%
3%
4%
2%
1%
2%

CO
34%
27%
9%
6%
7%
7%
1%

MT
49%
21%
4%
8%
6%
1%
1%

NV
30%
30%
8%
4%
7%
5%
1%

NM
33%
30%
7%
6%
3%
2%
1%

UT
35%
34%
10%
6%
4%
1%
*

WY
46%
11%
4%
19%
5%
2%
2%

Nuclear
Coal
Oil
Windpower
Solarpower
Naturalgas
Energyefficiencyefforts

2%
6%
2%

1%
7%
1%

1%
6%
3%

3%
7%
4%

1%
10%
6%

1%
7%
1%

*
10%

ALL/COMBINATION(DONOTREAD)
NONEOFTHESE(DONOTREAD)
UNSURE/REFUSED(DONOTREAD)

CombinedChoicesRankedbyTotalFirstChoice
CO
MT
NV
NM
UT
Total AZ
49%
47%
48%
59%
48%
51%
51%
54%
59%
55%
39%
53%
51%
55%
32%
39%
29%
24%
31%
23%
36%
13%
13%
12%
18%
9%
13%
12%
8%
6%
11%
14%
8%
8%
8%
10%
8%
14%
9%
14%
7%
5%
3%
5%
2%
2%
3%
4%
1%

WY
60%
23%
12%
31%
17%
9%
6%

Nuclear
Coal
Oil
Windpower
Solarpower
Naturalgas
Energyefficiencyefforts

2%
13%
5%

1%
23%
7%

ALL/COMBINATION(DONOTREAD)
NONEOFTHESE(DONOTREAD)
UNSURE/REFUSED(DONOTREAD)

3%
3%
2%

3%
10%
3%

2%
14%
3%

1%
17%
8%

3%
10%
7%

1%
16%
11%

2%
16%
4%

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Thinkingnowaboutournationalpubliclands,suchasU.S.forestsandnationalmonumentsThereare
anumberofactionswhichtheTrumpadministrationmayconsidertaking.Foreachone,pleaseindicate
ifyouwouldsupportoropposethataction.(RANDOMIZE)
(IFSUPPORT/OPPOSE)And,doyouSTRONGLY(support/oppose)orjustSOMEWHAT(support/oppose)
thataction?
Total
Support

Total
Oppose

Strongly
Support

Somewhat
Support

Somewhat
Oppose

Strongly
Oppose

DK/Ref
(DNR)

32.
Total
AZ
CO
MT
NV
NM
UT
WY

Allowingoilandgascompaniestopurchasetherighttodrillinnewareasofnationalpubliclands
34%
62%
15%
19%
15%
47%
4%
29%
68%
12%
17%
16%
52%
3%
33%^
62%^
14%
20%
13%
48%
5%
38%
58%
19%
19%
12%
46%
4%
32%
65%^
15%
17%
13%
51%
3%
36%^
61%
19%
16%
14%
47%
3%
40%
56%
17%
23%
20%
36%
4%
58%
39%
30%
28%
16%
23%
3%

33.
Total
AZ
CO
MT
NV
NM
UT
WY

Improvingandrepairinginfrastructuresuchasroads,bridges,andhistoricbuildingsinournationalparks
andotheroutdoordestinations
94%
5%
71%
23%
3%
2%
1%
95%^
5%
75%
21%
3%
2%
*
93%
4%^
69%
24%
3%
2%
2%
92%^
6%
68%
25%
4%
2%
1%
92%
6%
70%
22%
4%
2%
2%
96%^
3%^
80%
17%
1%
1%
1%
95%^
4%^
63%
31%
2%
1%
2%
93%
6%
60%
33%
4%
2%
1%

34.
Total
AZ
CO
MT
NV
NM
UT
WY

Improvingaccesstopubliclandsforhunters,anglers,andhikers
82%
15%
47%
35%
9%
79%
17%
44%
35%
10%
81%^
15%
43%
39%
9%
88%^
9%
56%
31%
6%
80%^
18%^
46%
33%
10%
82%
14%^
56%
26%
7%
84%
12%^
49%
35%
9%
87%
9%
59%
28%
5%

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6%
7%
6%
3%
7%
8%
4%
4%

4%
4%
4%
3%
3%
4%
3%
4%

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35.

Total
Oppose

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Strongly
Support

Somewhat
Support

Somewhat
Oppose

Strongly
Oppose

DK/Ref
(DNR)

Total
AZ
CO
MT
NV
NM
UT
WY

Promotingtheoutdooreconomy,byinvestinginpromotingtourismonnationalpubliclandsandinU.S.
manufacturingofoutdoorequipment
79%
15%
40%
39%
10%
5%
6%
80%
15%
41%
39%
11%
4%
4%
75%
16%
34%
41%
10%
6%
9%
83%
13%
41%
42%
8%
5%
4%
74%^
19%
36%
37%
11%
8%
7%
86%
12%^
53%
33%
5%
6%
3%
83%^
12%
44%
38%
7%
5%
5%
83%
13%
45%
38%
8%
5%
4%

36.
Total
AZ
CO
MT
NV
NM
UT
WY

Allowingmorecoalminingonpubliclands
33%
63%^
14%
30%
67%
11%
29%
66%
11%
46%
50%^
25%
32%
64%^
14%
32%
63%^
13%
42%
54%^
17%
67%
31%^
39%

37.
Total
AZ
CO
MT
NV
NM
UT
WY

Allowingmorewindandsolarenergyprojectsonpubliclands
80%
17%^
51%
29%
81%^
16%
51%
29%
77%
19%
48%
29%
77%
22%
44%
33%
82%
15%^
56%
26%
83%
14%^
59%
24%
84%
13%^
49%
35%
64%^
33%
28%
37%

38.

Streamliningtheabilityforhunting,raftingandotherguidestoreceivepermitstooperateonnational
publiclands
67%
27%
28%
39%
15%
12%
7%
67%
26%^
27%
40%
14%
13%
7%
65%
27%
25%
40%
17%
10%
8%
66%
29%
32%
34%
16%
13%
5%
62%
32%
29%
33%
15%
17%
6%
66%
28%
34%
32%
12%
16%
6%
76%
19%
30%
46%
12%
7%
5%
72%
24%
34%
38%
13%
11%
5%

Total
AZ
CO
MT
NV
NM
UT
WY

19%
19%
18%
21%
18%
19%
25%
28%

18%
18%
21%
14%
18%
13%
20%
9%

44%
49%
45%
35%
45%
51%
33%
21%

4%
3%
5%
5%
5%
5%
4%
2%

8%
9%
9%
10%
7%
6%
8%
12%

8%
7%
10%
12%
7%
7%
6%
21%

3%
3%
3%
1%
3%
3%
3%
3%

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TOTALSAMPLE:SummaryofTrumpAdministrationActionsRankedBy%StronglySupport

TrumpAdministrationActions

%Strongly
Support

%Total
Support

Improvingandrepairinginfrastructuresuchasroads,bridges,and
historicbuildingsinournationalparksandotheroutdoor
destinations

71%

94%

Allowingmorewindandsolarenergyprojectsonpubliclands

51%

80%

Improvingaccesstopubliclandsforhunters,anglers,andhikers

47%

82%

Promotingtheoutdooreconomy,byinvestinginpromoting
tourismonnationalpubliclandsandinU.S.manufacturingof
outdoorequipment

40%

79%

Streamliningtheabilityforhunting,raftingandotherguidesto
receivepermitstooperateonnationalpubliclands

28%

67%

Allowingoilandgascompaniestopurchasetherighttodrillin
newareasofnationalpubliclands

15%

34%

Allowingmorecoalminingonpubliclands

14%

33%

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Andingeneral,wouldyouprefertheadministrationplacemoreemphasison(ROTATE)
Total
68%

AZ
73%

CO
69%

MT
63%

NV
70%

NM
66%

UT
64%

WY
49%

Ensuringweprotectsourcesof
cleanwater,ourairqualityand
wildlifehabitatwhileproviding
opportunitiestovisitand
recreateonournationalpublic
lands
OR

22%

18%

22%

24%

21%

25%

24%

39%

Ensuringweproducemore
domesticenergybyincreasing
theamountofnationalpublic
landsavailableforresponsible
oilandgasdrillingandmining

5%
1%
3%

5%
2%
2%

4%
1%
4%

5%
2%
6%

3%
1%
4%

4%
1%
4%

7%
1%
4%

8%
2%
2%

BOTH(DONOTREAD)
NEITHER/OTHER(DONOTREAD)
UNSURE/REFUSED(DONOTREAD)

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Thinkingaboutoneexistingpolicy,wouldyoucontinueornotcontinuetorequireoilandgas
producerswhooperateonnationalpubliclandstouseupdatedequipmentandtechnologyto
preventleaksofmethanegasduringtheextractionprocessandreducetheneedtoburnoff
excessnaturalgasintotheair?
(IFCONTINUE/NOTCONTINUE,ASK)And,wouldyouDEFINITELY(continue/notcontinue)orjust
PROBABLY(continue/notcontinue)thepolicy?

41.

Total
59%
22%
5%
8%

AZ
58%
23%
6%
9%

CO
60%
23%
4%
7%

MT
64%
20%
3%
7%

NV
58%
21%
6%
10%

NM
57%
17%
7%
10%

UT
57%
27%
5%
7%

WY
62%
25%
4%
4%

Definitelycontinue
Probablycontinue
Probablynotcontinue
Definitelynotcontinue

5%

5%

6%

6%

5%

8%

5%

5%

UNSURE/REFUSED

81%
13%

81%
15%

83%
11%

84%
10%

79%
16%

74%
18%^

83%^
12%

87%
9%^

TOTALCONTINUE
TOTALNOTCONTINUE

And,doyouthinkthatexistingnationalmonumentdesignationsforsomepubliclandsprotected
overthelastdecadeshouldbekeptinplaceorshouldtheyberemoved?
(IFKEEPINPLACE/REMOVE,ASK)And,wouldyouDEFINITELY(keepinplace/remove)orjust
PROBABLY(keepinplace/remove)theprotections?
Total
60%
20%
6%
7%

AZ
65%
21%
5%
4%

CO
60%
22%
6%
4%

MT
59%
18%
6%
10%

NV
64%
17%
5%
5%

NM
64%
18%
4%
6%

UT
42%
18%
10%
20%

WY
52%
23%
6%
9%

Definitelykeepinplace
Probablykeepinplace
Probablyremove
Definitelyremove

7%

5%

7%

7%

9%

8%

10%

10%

UNSURE/REFUSED

80%
13%

86%
9%

83%^
10%

77%
16%

81%
10%

82%
10%

60%
30%

75%
15%

TOTALKEEPINPLACE
TOTALREMOVE

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ASKEDINUTAHONLY
U1.
Asyoumayknow,aproposalbyfiveNativeAmericantribesaskingthefederalgovernmentto
increaseprotectionsforexistingpubliclandsinsoutheasternUtahknownastheBearsEarsarea
wasgrantedattheendoflastyear.ThisresultedinanewnationalmonumentinUtahwith
protectionsfornaturalareasandwatersimilartothoseinnationalparks.Thepubliccango
theretoviewwildlife,camp,fish,hike,hunt,orrideATVs.Itwouldnotallownewminingoroil
andgasdevelopment.
Doyouthinkthisismoreofagoodthingforthestate,moreofabadthingforthestate,ordo
younothaveanopiniononewayortheother?
(IFGOODTHING/BADTHING)And,doyoufeelthatwaySTRONGLYorjustSOMEWHAT?
UT
34%
14%
10%
22%

STRONGLY/MOREOFAGOODTHING
SOMEWHAT/MOREOFAGOODTHING
SOMEWHAT/MOREOFABADTHING
STRONGLY/MOREOFABADTHING

3%
17%
*

MIXOFGOOD&BAD(DONOTREAD)
NOOPINION/DONTKNOW
REFUSED(DONOTREAD)

47%^
32%

TOTALGOODTHING
TOTALBADTHING

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ASKEDINNEVADAONLY
NV1. Asyoumayknow,aproposaltoprotectexistingpubliclandsofGoldButtejustsouthofLake
Meadwasgrantedattheendoflastyear,resultinginanewnationalmonumentinNevadawith
protectionsfornaturalareasandwatersimilartothoseinnationalparks.Thepubliccango
theretoviewwildlifeandAmericanIndianartifacts,camp,hike,hunt,orrideATVs.Itwouldnot
allownewminingoroilandgasdevelopment.
Doyouthinkthisismoreofagoodthingforthestate,moreofabadthingforthestate,ordo
younothaveanopiniononewayortheother?
(IFGOODTHING/BADTHING)And,doyoufeelthatwaySTRONGLYorjustSOMEWHAT?
NV
50%
14%
3%
10%

STRONGLY/MOREOFAGOODTHING
SOMEWHAT/MOREOFAGOODTHING
SOMEWHAT/MOREOFABADTHING
STRONGLY/MOREOFABADTHING

2%
21%
*

MIXOFGOOD&BAD(DONOTREAD)
NOOPINION/DONTKNOW
REFUSED(DONOTREAD)

63%^
13%

TOTALGOODTHING
TOTALBADTHING

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Thinkingaboutoneotherideaaffectingnationalpubliclands
42.
SomeMembersofCongresshaveproposedgivingstategovernmentcontrolovernationalpublic
lands,suchasnationalforests,nationalmonuments,andnationalwildliferefugesinitsborders.
Thestategovernmentwoulddecidethefuturemanagementofthelands,butstatetaxpayers
wouldpayallcosts,includingthecostofmaintenanceandpreventingandfightingwildfires.
Doyousupportoropposethisproposal?
(IFSUPPORT/OPPOSE,ASK:)AndwouldthatbeSTRONGLY(support/oppose)orjust
SOMEWHAT(support/oppose)?

43.

Total
17%
20%
17%
39%

AZ
15%
20%
17%
40%

CO
13%
18%
20%
40%

MT
18%
17%
15%
43%

NV
15%
28%
14%
36%

NM
16%
18%
11%
50%

UT
27%
20%
15%
29%

WY
20%
20%
14%
39%

STRONGLYSUPPORT
SOMEWHATSUPPORT
SOMEWHATOPPOSE
STRONGLYOPPOSE

7%
1%

7%
*

8%
*

6%
*

6%
1%

4%
*

8%
1%

6%
*

NOTSURE(DONOTREAD)
REFUSED(DONOTREAD)

37%
56%

36%^
57%

31%
60%

35%
58%

42%^
51%^

34%
61%

48%^
44%

41%^
53%

TOTALSUPPORT
TOTALOPPOSE

DonaldTrumphassaidthathewillfollowinthefootstepsofPresidentTheodoreRoosevelt,the
Presidentwhocreatedthefirstnationalparksandnationalmonuments.Trumpsaysheopposes
transferringthoselandstostategovernmentsbecause(QUOTE)"Wehavetobegreatstewards
ofthisland."
Havingheardthat,wouldyousayyouapproveordisapproveofthePresidentElect'sstated
approachtofederalmanagementofnationalpubliclands?
(IFAPPROVE/DISAPPROVE,ASK:)AndwouldthatbeSTRONGLY(approve/disapprove)orjust
SOMEWHAT(approve/disapprove)?
Total
37%
26%
13%
14%

AZ
38%
27%
13%
14%

CO
41%
26%
10%
13%

MT
37%
25%
12%
15%

NV
36%
28%
12%
14%

NM
42%
20%
12%
16%

UT
26%
25%
20%
17%

WY
44%
27%
11%
9%

STRONGLYAPPROVE
SOMEWHATAPPROVE
SOMEWHATDISAPPROVE
STRONGLYDISAPPROVE

8%
2%

7%
2%

9%
1%

8%
3%

8%
2%

8%
2%

11%
2%

8%
2%

NOTSURE(DONOTREAD)
REFUSED(DONOTREAD)

63%
27%

65%
27%

67%
23%

62%
27%

64%
26%

62%
28%

51%
36%^

70%^
20%

TOTALAPPROVE
TOTALDISAPPROVE

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Thefederalgovernmentallowsoilandgasdrillingtotakeplaceonpubliclands,likesome
nationalparksandforestland.Whichofthefollowingcomesclosesttoyourpointofview
(ROTATE)
Total
35%

AZ
35%

CO
39%

MT
33%

NV
39%

NM
37%

UT
31%

WY
17%

50%

51%

47%

51%

45%

50%

57%

62%

Somepubliclandsshouldbe
drilled,whileenvironmentally
sensitiveplacesshouldbe
permanentlyprotected.

9%

7%

10%

11%

9%

10%

9%

19%

Publiclandsshouldgenerallybe
opentooilandgasdrilling.

3%

5%

2%

3%

4%

2%

1%

1%

1%
2%

1%
2%

1%
2%

*
1%

*
2%

*
1%

*
1%

*
1%

NODRILLINGONPUBLICLANDS(DO
NOTREAD)
OTHER(DONOTREAD)
UNSURE/REFUSED(DONOTREAD)

Oilandgasdrillingonpublic
landsshouldbestrictlylimited.

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Thinkingaboutyouforamoment...
D1.

D2.

Inwhatyearwereyouborn?
Total
26%
23%
15%
19%
17%

AZ
26%
21%
15%
21%
17%

CO
27%
23%
15%
19%
16%

MT
21%
26%
16%
17%
20%

NV
29%
21%
14%
16%
20%

NM
23%
17%
15%
25%
19%

UT
24%
31%
15%
15%
14%

WY
14%
30%
15%
25%
16%

1834
3544
4554
5564
65ANDABOVE

1%

1%

REFUSED

Doyouconsideryourselftobeaconservationist?
Total
70%
25%

AZ
68%
28%

CO
74%
21%

MT
78%
17%

NV
67%
28%

NM
69%
25%

UT
67%
28%

WY
71%
22%

Yes
No

5%

4%

6%

5%

5%

6%

5%

7%

DontKnow/Refused(DONOTREAD)

Andforstatisticalpurposesonly
D3.

Howwouldyoudescribetheareawhereyoucurrentlylive?(ROTATE)
Total
25%
33%
22%
19%

AZ
31%
37%
17%
14%

CO
21%
37%
22%
20%

MT
9%
13%
28%
49%

NV
42%
30%
16%
10%

NM
21%
19%
31%
28%

UT
15%
44%
26%
13%

WY
4%
8%
51%
36%

ABIGCITY
ASUBURBANAREA
ASMALLTOWN
ARURALAREA

1%
*

1%

1%

1%

*
*

1%
*

*
*

1%
*

DON'TKNOW/NOTSURE(DONOTREAD)
REFUSED(DONOTREAD)

58%
41%

68%
31%

57%^
42%

22%
77%

73%^
27%^

40%
59%

60%^
40%^

12%
86%^

TOTALBIGCITY/SUBURBAN
TOTALSMALLTOWN/RURAL

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Doyouconsideryourselfahunter,ananglerorboth?
Total
6%
13%
22%

AZ
5%
12%
17%

CO
6%
13%
20%

MT
9%
12%
45%

NV
7%
12%
16%

NM
6%
14%
28%

UT
6%
15%
24%

WY
9%
9%
48%

HUNTERONLY
ANGLERONLY
BOTH

59%
1%

65%
1%

61%
1%

33%
1%

63%
1%

51%
*

54%
*

34%
*

NO/NEITHER(DONOTREAD)
UNSURE/REFUSED(DONOTREAD)

41%
59%

34%
65%

38%^
61%

66%
33%

36%^
63%

48%
51%

46%^
54%

66%
34%

TOTALYES
NO/NEITHER

IFRESPONDENTFROMFILE&AZ,CO,NM,NV,WY:RECORDPARTYFROMFILE
IFOTHERVOTERINHOUSEHOLD&AZ,CO,NM,NV,WY,ASK:
Nomatterhowyoufeeltoday,areyouregisteredtovoteas...(ROTATE)aRepublican,
aDemocrat,Independent,orsomethingelse?
IFMT&UT,ASK:
And,inpoliticstoday,doyouconsideryourselftobe...(ROTATE)aRepublican,aDemocrat,
Independent,orsomethingelse?

D6.

Total
36%
31%
32%

AZ
36%
30%
34%

CO
32%
32%
35%

MT
34%
23%
42%

NV
33%
40%
26%

NM
35%
49%
12%

UT
44%
14%
41%

WY
69%
20%
11%

REPUBLICAN
DEMOCRAT
INDEPENDENT/SOMETHINGELSE

1%

1%

1%

1%

4%

1%

REFUSED(DONOTREAD)

Generallyspeaking,doyouconsideryourselftobe(ROTATE)conservative,moderate...or...
liberalonmostissues?
Total
39%
35%
22%

AZ
38%
34%
24%

CO
35%
35%
26%

MT
48%
28%
20%

NV
37%
35%
23%

NM
40%
35%
22%

UT
48%
35%
14%

WY
56%
28%
12%

CONSERVATIVE
MODERATE
LIBERAL

3%
1%

3%
1%

3%
1%

2%
2%

3%
2%

2%
1%

3%
*

5%
*

DON'TKNOW(DONOTREAD)
REFUSED(DONOTREAD)

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Alotofpeopleareunabletogetoutandvoteformanyreasons.Didyouhappentovoteinthe
November2016electionforpresident?
(IF"YES,"ASK:):)Forwhomdidyouvote(ROTATEFIRSTTWO)DonaldTrump,HillaryClinton,
GaryJohnson,JillSteinorEvanMcMullin?
TotalSample
Total AZ
37%
37%
34%
35%

CO
34%
38%

MT
48%
27%

NV
36%
40%

NM
36%
42%

UT
37%
20%

WY
56%
17%

DonaldTrump
HillaryClinton

12%
5%
1%
3%
3%

10%
5%
1%
2%
2%

11%
5%
2%
1%
3%

8%^
4%
1%

4%

6%
2%
1%

3%

12%^
8%
1%
1%
1%

27%
4%
1%
18%
4%

11%^
5%
1%
2%
4%

TOTALTHIRDPARTY
GaryJohnson
JillStein
EvanMcMullin
Someoneelse(DONOTREAD)

8%
9%

10%
8%

5%
12%

7%
10%

10%
8%

4%
7%

9%
8%

4%
12%

DIDNOTVOTE(DONOTREAD)
DONOTRECALL/REFUSED(DONOTREAD)

ActualVoters
CO
Total AZ
45%
45%
41%
41%
43%
45%

MT
58%
33%

NV
44%
49%

NM
40%
47%

UT
45%
24%

WY
67%
20%

DonaldTrump
HillaryClinton

14%^
6%
2%
4%
3%

9%^
5%
1%

4%

7%^
3%
1%

4%

13%
9%
2%
1%
1%

32%^
4%
1%
21%
5%

13%
5%
1%
2%
5%

TOTALTHIRDPARTY
GaryJohnson
JillStein
EvanMcMullin
Someoneelse(DONOTREAD)

12%^
6%
2%
2%
3%

14%^
6%
2%
1%
4%

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D9.

D10.

D11.

AndwhatwasthelastlevelofeducationyouCOMPLETED?(DONOTREADCATEGORIES)
Total
21%
4%
26%
33%
16%

AZ
22%
4%
28%
31%
15%

CO
20%
2%
26%
36%
16%

MT
23%
3%
26%
34%
14%

NV
24%
4%
28%
30%
13%

NM
23%
4%
23%
30%
20%

UT
17%
4%
25%
37%
17%

WY
21%
3%
25%
33%
18%

GRADUATEDHIGHSCHOOLORLESS
TECHNICALORVOCATIONALSCHOOL
SOMECOLLEGE
GRADUATEDCOLLEGE
GRADUATE/PROFESSIONALSCHOOL

1%

REFUSED(DONOTREAD)

21%
30%
49%

22%
32%
46%

20%
28%
52%

23%
29%
48%

24%
32%
43%

23%
27%
50%

17%
29%
54%

21%
28%
51%

HIGHSCHOOLORLESS
SOMECOLLEGE
COLLEGE+

Whatisyourmainethnicorracialheritage?(READCHOICES)
Total
70%
17%
4%
4%
4%

AZ
67%
20%
4%
6%
2%

CO
73%
14%
5%
2%
5%

MT
87%
1%
*
6%
4%

NV
60%
20%
10%
3%
5%

NM
50%
37%
2%
7%
3%

UT
91%
4%
*
*
3%

WY
88%
4%
*
4%
3%

WHITE
HISPANICAMERICANORLATINO
AFRICANAMERICANORBLACK
NATIVEAMERICAN
OTHER(DONOTREAD)

1%

1%

1%

1%

2%

1%

1%

1%

REFUSED(DONOTREAD)

Howwouldyoudescribeyoureconomiccircumstances...(ROTATE)
Total
8%
24%
45%
19%
3%

AZ
9%
24%
45%
18%
2%

CO
8%
24%
43%
19%
4%

MT
9%
28%
46%
15%
1%

NV
8%
25%
47%
16%
2%

NM
7%
23%
48%
18%
2%

UT
8%
20%
46%
21%
4%

WY
4%
24%
48%
22%
1%

POOR
WORKINGCLASS
MIDDLECLASS
UPPERMIDDLECLASS
WELLTODO

2%

1%

2%

1%

2%

1%

1%

2%

REFUSED(DONOTREAD)

32%
21%^

33%
20%

31%^
23%

37%
16%

33%
18%

31%^
20%

27%^
25%

27%^
23%

POOR/WORKINGCLASS
UPPERMIDDLECLASS/WELLTODO

NV
48%
52%

NM
48%
52%

UT
48%
52%

WY
48%
52%

MALE
FEMALE

Gender(BYOBSERVATION)
Total
48%
52%

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AZ
48%
52%

CO
48%
52%

MT
48%
52%