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Oklahoma City, OK 73105
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News9/Newson6 – Teacher Strike Poll 2018
March, 2018

Sample: Likely voters in Oklahoma (n=557)
Margin of Error: ±4.15%
Results weighted by: age, gender, party and congressional district, stratified to Oklahoma likely voter demographics

Introduction:
[OKC VIEWING AREA] Hello, this is Kelly Ogle with News 9 in Oklahoma City. We're conducting a very short scientific political poll for our News at 10. It won't
take but just a minute and your participation is greatly appreciated. Press 1 to get started now…

[TULSA VIEWING AREA] Hello, this is Terry Hood with News on 6 in Tulsa. We're conducting a very short scientific political poll for our News at 10. It won't
take but just a minute and your participation is greatly appreciated. Press 1 to get started now…

1. On June 26th, Oklahomans will go to polls for a primary election. How confident are you that you will go the polls
and vote?
1. If definitely voting, press 1 on your phone now 505 90.5
2. If you’re planning on voting but may not if something else comes up, press 2 on your phone now 43 7.6
3. If you’re going to try and vote if you have the time, press 3 10 1.8
4. If you don’t think you be able to make it, press 4 [TERMINATE] 0 0.0
To have these choices repeated, press 5 [REPEAT]
[ANOTHER SELECTED NUMBER OR NO SELECTION: REPEAT QUESTION]

2. With which political party are you registered?
1. For Democrat, press 1 224 40.2
2. For Republican, press 2 291 52.2
3. For Independent, press 3 40 7.2
4. For Libertarian, press 4 3 0.5
5. If you’re not registered, press 5 [TERMINATE] 0 0.0
To have these choices repeated, press 6 [REPEAT]
[ANOTHER SELECTED NUMBER OR NO SELECTION: REPEAT QUESTION]

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3. [REPUBLICANS ONLY] If the Republican primary election for governor was TODAY and you were standing in the
voting booth RIGHT NOW and had to make a choice, for whom would you vote?
1. For Gary Jones, press 1 8 2.6
2. For Mick Cornett, press 2 65 22.0
3. For Todd Lamb, press 3 62 21.2
4. For Kevin Stitt, press 4 23 7.8
5. For Gary Richardson, press 5 21 7.2
6. For Dan Fisher, press 6 11 3.7
7. If you’re undecided, press 7 104 35.5
To have these choices repeated, press 8 [REPEAT]
[ANOTHER SELECTED NUMBER OR NO SELECTION: REPEAT QUESTION]

4. [DEMOCRATS AND INDEPENDENTS ONLY] If the Democratic primary election for governor was TODAY and you were
standing in the voting booth RIGHT NOW and had to make a choice, for whom would you vote?
1. For Drew Edmondson, press 1 90 34.2
2. For Connie Johnson, press 2 33 12.6
3. For Norman Brown, press 3 10 3.6
4. If you’re undecided, press 4 131 49.6
To have these choices repeated, press 5 [REPEAT]
[ANOTHER SELECTED NUMBER OR NO SELECTION: REPEAT QUESTION]

5. Oklahoma’s public school teachers have announced they plan to go on strike April 2 unless the legislature is able to
fund a teacher pay increase. Given that a strike will mean schools will have to close during that time, do you
SUPPORT or OPPOSE teachers’ efforts to go on strike until an increase in funding is secured?
1. If you strongly support it, press 1 322 57.8
2. If you somewhat support it, press 2 77 13.8
3. COMBINE SUPPORT 399 71.6
4. If you somewhat oppose it, press 3 59 10.6
5. If you strongly oppose it, press 4 80 14.3
6. COMBINED OPPOSE 139 24.9
7. If you don’t know or are undecided, press 5 20 3.5
To have these choices repeated, press 6 [REPEAT]
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6. Oklahoma’s state employees have also announced they plan to join teachers and go on strike April 2 unless the
legislature is able to fund a state employee pay increase. Given that a strike will mean state government offices will
have to close during that time, do you SUPPORT or OPPOSE state employees’ efforts to go on strike until an increase
in funding is secured?
1. If you strongly support it, press 1 171 30.7
2. If you somewhat support it, press 2 104 18.7
3. COMBINED SUPPORT 275 49.4
4. If you somewhat oppose it, press 3 108 19.3
5. If you strongly oppose it, press 4 142 25.5
6. COMBINED OPPOSE 250 44.8
7. If you don’t know or are undecided, press 5 33 5.8
To have these choices repeated, press 6 [REPEAT]
[ANOTHER SELECTED NUMBER OR NO SELECTION: REPEAT QUESTION]

7. Currently, Oklahoma teachers and other school employees can lawfully carry or have access to a firearm in
Oklahoma schools as long as they have school district administration approval and police or security guard training.
Knowing this and that teachers or other school employees may have access to a firearm in Oklahoma schools, do you
believe this makes children in schools more safe or less safe?
1. If much more safe, press 1 236 42.4
2. If somewhat more safe, press 2 117 21.1
3. COMBINED MORE SAFE 353 63.5
4. If somewhat less safe, press 3 60 10.8
5. If much less safe, press 4 89 16.0
6. COMBINED LESS SAFE 149 26.8
7. If you don’t know or are undecided, press 5 54 9.8
To have these choices repeated, press 6 [REPEAT]
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8. Would you SUPPORT or OPPOSE allowing school districts to use property tax revenues that are currently used only
to fund the construction or renovation of school facilities or the purchase of furniture, to fund teacher salaries as
well?
1. If you strongly support it, press 1 168 30.2
2. If you somewhat support it, press 2 186 33.3
3. COMBINED SUPPORT 354 63.5
4. If you somewhat oppose it, press 3 65 11.7
5. If you strongly oppose it, press 4 75 13.4
6. COMBINED OPPOSE 140 25.1
7. If you don’t know or are undecided, press 5 63 11.3
To have these choices repeated, press 6 [REPEAT]
[ANOTHER SELECTED NUMBER OR NO SELECTION: REPEAT QUESTION]

9. The Oklahoma Commissioners of the Land Office oversees 750,000 acres of raw school land that collect incomes
generated by leasing the raw land to farmers and ranchers. The fund has over $2.4 billion, of which $137 million was
distributed to schools last year, however the monies are currently not used to fund teacher salaries due to strict
controls laid out in the state constitution. Would you SUPPORT or OPPOSE a change to the constitution that allowed
school land office monies to be used to fund teacher salaries?
1. If you strongly support it, press 1 297 53.2
2. If you somewhat support it, press 2 145 26.0
3. COMBINED SUPPORT 442 79.2
4. If you somewhat oppose it, press 3 30 5.3
5. If you strongly oppose it, press 4 44 7.9
6. COMBINED OPPOSE 74 13.2
7. If you don’t know or are undecided, press 5 43 7.6
To have these choices repeated, press 6 [REPEAT]
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10. Do you consider yourself to be a liberal, moderate or conservative in your political beliefs?
1. If very liberal, press 1 54 9.6
2. If somewhat liberal, press 2 84 15.1
3. If moderate, press 3 142 25.4
4. If somewhat conservative, press 4 126 22.7
5. If very conservative, press 5 143 25.7
6. DK/Refused [DNR] 8 1.5
To have these choices repeated, press 6 [REPEAT]
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11. We’re almost done! If you are:
1. Male, press 1 253 45.4
2. Female, press 2 304 54.6
To have these choices repeated, press 3 [REPEAT]
[ANOTHER SELECTED NUMBER OR NO SELECTION: REPEAT QUESTION]

12. In which of the following age groups do you fall?
1. If you’re 17 or younger, press 1 [TERMINATE] 0 0.0
2. If you’re 18 to 34, press 2 34 6.1
3. If 35 to 49, press 3 125 22.5
4. If you’re 50 to 64, press 4 184 33.0
5. If you’re 65 or older, press 5 214 38.4
To have these choices repeated, press 6 [REPEAT]
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13. Voter Score [PRE-CODE]
1. Less than 80 41 9.9
2. 81-150 125 30.4
3. 151-220 87 21.0
4. 221-290 63 15.4
5. Over 290 96 23.3

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14. Congressional District [PRE-CODE]
1. Bridenstine 119 21.3
2. Mullin 111 19.9
3. Lucas 113 20.2
4. Cole 109 19.6
5. Russell 106 19.0

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Party Label

Democrat Republican Independent Libertarian Liberal Conservative Moderate
June 26th Definitly voting 210 93.6% 263 90.3% 32 79.0% 1 33.3% 127 92.4% 239 88.6% 131 92.6%
Planning on voting
unless something 13 5.9% 23 7.9% 6 15.6% 0 0.0% 7 4.9% 24 9.0% 11 7.4%
comes up
Going to try to vote if
have time 1 0.4% 5 1.8% 2 5.4% 2 66.7% 4 2.7% 6 2.4% 0 0.0%

Rep. Ballot Gary Jones 0 0.0% 8 2.6% 0 0.0% 0 0.0% 0 0.0% 7 3.1% 1 1.7%
Mick Cornett 0 0.0% 65 22.2% 0 0.0% 0 0.0% 5 24.1% 46 21.5% 13 23.3%
Todd Lamb 0 0.0% 62 21.4% 0 0.0% 0 0.0% 4 17.6% 45 20.8% 13 23.0%
Kevin Stitt 0 0.0% 23 7.9% 0 0.0% 0 0.0% 1 3.6% 20 9.1% 3 4.9%
Gary Richardson 0 0.0% 21 7.2% 0 0.0% 0 0.0% 1 6.4% 16 7.5% 4 6.8%
Dan Fisher 0 0.0% 11 3.7% 0 0.0% 0 0.0% 0 0.0% 9 4.4% 1 2.6%
Undecided 0 0.0% 102 34.9% 0 0.0% 3 100% 10 48.3% 72 33.6% 21 37.7%
Dem. Ballot Drew Edmundson 83 36.9% 0 0.0% 8 19.2% 0 0.0% 45 38.7% 10 18.2% 35 40.5%
Connie Johnson 31 13.9% 0 0.0% 2 5.5% 0 0.0% 21 17.5% 6 10.8% 7 7.8%
Norman Brown 9 3.9% 0 0.0% 1 2.1% 0 0.0% 3 2.2% 5 9.4% 2 2.1%
Undecided 101 45.3% 0 0.0% 29 73.3% 0 0.0% 49 41.7% 34 61.6% 43 49.6%
Teacher strike Strongly support 176 78.5% 126 43.3% 20 49.2% 1 33.3% 114 82.7% 110 40.6% 92 65.2%
Somewhat support 22 9.7% 45 15.6% 10 23.9% 0 0.0% 13 9.3% 44 16.2% 18 13.0%
Somewhat oppose 12 5.3% 44 15.1% 3 7.5% 0 0.0% 4 2.8% 38 14.0% 17 12.2%
Strongly oppose 11 5.1% 62 21.4% 6 15.9% 0 0.0% 4 2.6% 67 24.8% 9 6.6%
DK/Undecided 3 1.5% 13 4.5% 1 3.4% 2 66.7% 4 2.6% 12 4.4% 4 3.0%

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Party Label

Democrat Republican Independent Libertarian Liberal Conservative Moderate
State employee Strongly support 107 47.8% 53 18.1% 11 28.6% 0 0.0% 76 55.5% 42 15.5% 50 35.4%
strike
Somewhat support 38 17.1% 50 17.1% 16 39.7% 0 0.0% 26 19.1% 45 16.7% 30 21.1%
Somewhat oppose 37 16.6% 67 23.1% 2 5.7% 1 33.3% 20 14.6% 60 22.4% 25 17.4%
Strongly oppose 24 10.9% 107 36.8% 10 26.0% 0 0.0% 10 7.2% 108 39.9% 24 17.2%
DK/Undecided 17 7.5% 14 4.8% 0 0.0% 2 66.7% 5 3.6% 15 5.6% 13 8.9%
Armed teachers Much more safe 44 19.6% 177 61.0% 15 37.1% 0 0.0% 23 16.9% 170 62.9% 41 29.2%
Somewhat more safe
34 15.0% 68 23.5% 14 36.2% 1 33.3% 21 15.4% 59 21.9% 35 24.6%

Somewhat less safe 46 20.7% 10 3.5% 4 9.7% 0 0.0% 28 20.4% 9 3.4% 23 16.3%
Much less safe 74 32.9% 14 4.8% 1 3.3% 0 0.0% 43 31.2% 14 5.3% 29 20.3%
DK/Undecided 26 11.8% 21 7.1% 6 13.8% 2 66.7% 22 16.1% 17 6.5% 14 9.5%
Schools use Strongly support 77 34.4% 80 27.6% 11 26.3% 1 33.3% 43 31.6% 72 26.7% 49 34.8%
property taxes
Somewhat support 67 30.0% 102 35.0% 17 41.6% 0 0.0% 43 31.3% 89 32.9% 53 37.3%
Somewhat oppose 30 13.5% 32 11.2% 3 7.1% 0 0.0% 24 17.2% 22 8.3% 18 12.6%
Strongly oppose 22 9.7% 50 17.2% 3 7.6% 0 0.0% 14 10.2% 54 20.1% 7 4.7%
DK/Undecided 28 12.4% 26 9.1% 7 17.4% 2 66.7% 13 9.7% 33 12.1% 15 10.5%
Commissioners Strongly support 121 54.2% 156 53.6% 18 46.1% 1 33.3% 77 55.7% 140 52.0% 76 53.8%
Land Office 750,000
Somewhat support 60 26.6% 72 24.7% 13 33.4% 0 0.0% 34 24.8% 71 26.3% 39 27.7%
acres
Somewhat oppose 12 5.3% 14 4.9% 4 8.9% 0 0.0% 6 4.6% 13 5.0% 10 7.0%
Strongly oppose 12 5.5% 27 9.4% 2 5.6% 2 66.7% 10 7.1% 30 11.3% 4 2.5%
DK/Undecided 19 8.4% 22 7.4% 2 6.0% 0 0.0% 11 7.8% 15 5.5% 13 9.0%

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Rep. Ballot

Gary
Gary Jones Mick Cornett Todd Lamb Kevin Stitt Richardson Dan Fisher
Party Democrat 0 0.0% 0 0.0% 0 0.0% 0 0.0% 0 0.0% 0 0.0%
Republican 8 100% 65 100% 62 100% 23 100% 21 100% 11 100%
Independent 0 0.0% 0 0.0% 0 0.0% 0 0.0% 0 0.0% 0 0.0%
Libertarian 0 0.0% 0 0.0% 0 0.0% 0 0.0% 0 0.0% 0 0.0%
Label Very liberal 0 0.0% 2 3.0% 2 2.9% 0 0.0% 0 0.0% 0 0.0%
Somewhat liberal 0 0.0% 3 4.4% 2 2.7% 1 3.2% 1 6.1% 0 0.0%
Moderate 1 12.5% 13 20.1% 13 20.7% 3 12.0% 4 17.9% 1 13.3%
Somewhat conservative 1 16.7% 19 29.0% 19 30.0% 6 26.9% 4 18.6% 4 36.3%
Very conservative 5 70.8% 27 42.4% 26 41.7% 13 58.0% 12 57.4% 5 50.5%
DK/Refused 0 0.0% 1 1.1% 1 1.9% 0 0.0% 0 0.0% 0 0.0%
June 26th Definitly voting 7 93.5% 56 86.7% 57 92.0% 23 100% 20 93.9% 11 100%
Planning on voting unless
something comes up 0 6.5% 6 9.4% 4 6.1% 0 0.0% 1 6.1% 0 0.0%

Going to try to vote if have time
0 0.0% 3 3.9% 1 1.9% 0 0.0% 0 0.0% 0 0.0%

Teacher strike Strongly support 2 29.2% 33 51.0% 28 44.4% 9 41.2% 9 42.9% 2 15.1%
Somewhat support 0 6.5% 10 15.2% 10 16.3% 3 12.3% 2 7.2% 1 6.6%
Somewhat oppose 2 23.9% 10 16.2% 10 15.5% 3 14.3% 3 12.3% 1 5.1%
Strongly oppose 2 28.3% 8 13.0% 13 20.8% 5 22.7% 7 31.5% 8 73.2%
DK/Undecided 1 12.1% 3 4.6% 2 3.1% 2 9.6% 1 6.1% 0 0.0%
State employee Strongly support 1 12.1% 16 25.4% 11 18.3% 6 27.8% 0 0.0% 1 8.4%
strike
Somewhat support 2 29.2% 7 11.0% 9 15.0% 4 15.4% 3 16.4% 1 6.7%

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Rep. Ballot

Gary
Gary Jones Mick Cornett Todd Lamb Kevin Stitt Richardson Dan Fisher
Somewhat oppose 2 23.9% 20 30.3% 13 21.5% 3 10.9% 6 27.2% 1 11.7%
Strongly oppose 3 34.8% 19 29.2% 24 39.3% 8 36.4% 10 49.2% 8 73.2%
DK/Undecided 0 0.0% 3 4.1% 4 6.0% 2 9.6% 2 7.2% 0 0.0%
Armed teachers Much more safe 5 70.8% 40 62.1% 46 74.5% 12 50.7% 12 54.8% 7 65.4%
Somewhat more safe 0 0.0% 16 24.8% 14 22.8% 6 25.6% 3 16.2% 4 34.6%
Somewhat less safe 0 0.0% 3 4.4% 0 0.0% 1 2.4% 1 6.8% 0 0.0%
Much less safe 1 12.5% 4 5.6% 0 0.7% 1 2.4% 3 14.5% 0 0.0%
DK/Undecided 1 16.7% 2 3.1% 1 1.9% 4 18.8% 2 7.8% 0 0.0%
Schools use Strongly support 0 6.2% 18 27.6% 21 33.2% 9 38.0% 10 47.3% 2 22.9%
property taxes
Somewhat support 2 31.4% 28 43.2% 14 22.3% 9 40.5% 3 13.2% 5 46.2%
Somewhat oppose 3 33.8% 7 10.1% 7 10.9% 1 4.1% 3 14.0% 0 0.0%
Strongly oppose 2 28.6% 10 15.9% 15 24.7% 3 11.9% 2 9.9% 2 14.6%
DK/Undecided 0 0.0% 2 3.2% 6 9.0% 1 5.6% 3 15.6% 2 16.2%
Commissioners Strongly support 2 23.5% 37 57.2% 39 62.4% 13 54.8% 11 50.8% 7 63.7%
Land Office
Somewhat support 2 26.4% 16 24.8% 13 20.7% 5 22.1% 8 38.0% 1 11.7%
750,000 acres
Somewhat oppose 1 12.5% 3 3.9% 4 5.6% 0 0.0% 0 0.0% 0 0.0%
Strongly oppose 1 19.0% 7 10.6% 5 7.3% 1 5.6% 1 6.7% 1 8.4%
DK/Undecided 1 18.6% 2 3.5% 3 4.0% 4 17.5% 1 4.5% 2 16.2%

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Dem. Ballot

Drew Connie Norman
Edmundson Johnson Brown Undecided
Party Democrat 83 91.5% 31 93.4% 9 91.3% 101 77.6%
Republican 0 0.0% 0 0.0% 0 0.0% 0 0.0%
Independent 8 8.5% 2 6.6% 1 8.7% 29 22.4%
Libertarian 0 0.0% 0 0.0% 0 0.0% 0 0.0%
Label Very liberal 18 19.6% 13 38.1% 0 3.8% 18 13.4%
Somewhat liberal 28 30.7% 8 23.7% 2 22.8% 31 24.1%
Moderate 35 38.5% 7 20.2% 2 18.6% 43 32.6%
Somewhat conservative 7 7.7% 6 18.1% 5 54.8% 23 17.9%
Very conservative 3 3.4% 0 0.0% 0 0.0% 11 8.2%
DK/Refused 0 0.0% 0 0.0% 0 0.0% 5 3.9%
June 26th Definitly voting 86 95.2% 32 96.2% 8 85.9% 115 88.0%
Planning on voting unless
4 4.8% 1 3.8% 1 14.1% 13 9.6%
something comes up
Going to try to vote if have time 0 0.0% 0 0.0% 0 0.0% 3 2.4%
Teacher strike Strongly support 71 78.7% 31 94.7% 6 63.9% 87 66.3%
Somewhat support 9 10.1% 0 0.0% 1 14.1% 21 15.9%
Somewhat oppose 4 4.2% 0 0.0% 1 8.0% 10 7.9%
Strongly oppose 6 6.4% 0 0.0% 1 13.9% 11 8.1%
DK/Undecided 1 0.6% 2 5.3% 0 0.0% 2 1.8%
State employee strike Strongly support 48 53.6% 20 60.8% 5 51.4% 45 34.3%
Somewhat support 18 20.0% 6 17.7% 1 12.5% 29 22.2%

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Dem. Ballot

Drew Connie Norman
Edmundson Johnson Brown Undecided
Somewhat oppose 11 11.8% 3 8.9% 1 14.1% 24 18.7%
Strongly oppose 9 10.4% 2 5.6% 2 21.9% 21 16.4%
DK/Undecided 4 4.1% 2 7.0% 0 0.0% 11 8.3%
Armed teachers Much more safe 16 17.6% 2 6.1% 4 44.3% 37 27.9%
Somewhat more safe 19 20.6% 1 2.3% 2 22.8% 27 20.3%
Somewhat less safe 24 26.1% 8 24.9% 0 0.0% 18 14.0%
Much less safe 28 30.9% 16 47.1% 3 32.8% 28 21.6%
DK/Undecided 4 4.9% 7 19.7% 0 0.0% 21 16.1%
Schools use property taxes Strongly support 28 30.9% 14 41.9% 6 65.5% 39 30.1%
Somewhat support 33 36.2% 9 27.1% 0 3.8% 42 31.9%
Somewhat oppose 13 14.6% 5 15.6% 1 8.7% 14 10.5%
Strongly oppose 10 11.5% 1 1.6% 2 21.9% 12 9.0%
DK/Undecided 6 6.8% 5 13.7% 0 0.0% 24 18.4%
Commissioners Land Office Strongly support 41 45.9% 20 59.1% 7 77.2% 71 54.6%
750,000 acres
Somewhat support 31 34.3% 9 26.0% 1 8.9% 33 24.9%
Somewhat oppose 8 9.3% 1 2.3% 0 0.0% 6 4.7%
Strongly oppose 6 6.9% 0 0.0% 1 13.9% 7 5.3%
DK/Undecided 3 3.5% 4 12.6% 0 0.0% 14 10.5%

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Gender Age

Male Female 18 - 34 35 - 49 50 - 64 65 and over
Party Democrat 89 35.0% 135 44.5% 12 33.9% 51 40.5% 67 36.5% 95 44.1%
Republican 144 56.9% 147 48.2% 20 59.1% 62 49.8% 102 55.6% 106 49.5%
Independent 20 8.1% 20 6.4% 1 4.3% 12 9.8% 15 7.9% 12 5.5%
Libertarian 0 0.0% 3 0.9% 1 2.6% 0 0.0% 0 0.0% 2 0.8%
Label Very liberal 24 9.6% 29 9.6% 6 17.0% 13 10.6% 19 10.5% 15 7.1%
Somewhat liberal 25 9.9% 59 19.4% 5 15.9% 20 15.7% 29 16.0% 30 13.8%
Moderate 59 23.3% 83 27.2% 7 20.0% 35 27.9% 37 20.3% 63 29.2%
Somewhat conservative 57 22.6% 69 22.8% 5 14.7% 25 20.1% 49 26.7% 47 22.0%
Very conservative 80 31.8% 63 20.7% 10 28.1% 32 25.7% 45 24.2% 57 26.6%
DK/Refused 7 2.9% 1 0.3% 1 4.3% 0 0.0% 4 2.3% 3 1.3%
June 26th Definitly voting 236 93.3% 269 88.3% 26 76.3% 117 93.3% 164 89.2% 198 92.4%
Planning on voting unless
something comes up 12 4.8% 30 10.0% 7 20.8% 8 6.7% 16 8.7% 11 5.2%

Going to try to vote if have time
5 1.9% 5 1.8% 1 2.9% 0 0.0% 4 2.1% 5 2.5%

Rep. Ballot Gary Jones 3 1.9% 5 3.2% 1 4.5% 0 0.0% 3 2.5% 4 3.7%
Mick Cornett 37 25.3% 28 18.8% 5 21.7% 8 12.2% 27 26.4% 26 23.7%
Todd Lamb 35 24.0% 28 18.4% 3 12.7% 19 30.4% 19 18.2% 22 20.3%
Kevin Stitt 13 9.1% 10 6.6% 2 8.3% 6 9.6% 4 4.0% 11 10.3%
Gary Richardson 15 10.3% 6 4.2% 1 6.4% 5 8.4% 5 5.0% 9 8.7%
Dan Fisher 8 5.4% 3 2.0% 1 3.1% 5 7.7% 0 0.0% 5 5.0%
Undecided 34 23.8% 70 46.8% 9 43.2% 20 31.7% 45 43.9% 30 28.2%

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Gender Age

Male Female 18 - 34 35 - 49 50 - 64 65 and over
Dem. Ballot Drew Edmundson 36 33.3% 54 34.9% 3 25.6% 19 30.7% 28 34.0% 40 37.6%
Connie Johnson 11 10.2% 22 14.3% 2 18.7% 9 14.5% 11 13.2% 11 10.3%
Norman Brown 5 4.8% 4 2.8% 1 6.5% 3 5.0% 4 4.9% 2 1.5%
Undecided 56 51.7% 74 48.0% 6 49.2% 31 49.8% 39 48.0% 54 50.6%
Teacher strike Strongly support 141 55.6% 182 59.7% 20 59.0% 74 59.1% 108 58.9% 120 55.9%
Somewhat support 31 12.4% 45 14.9% 6 17.3% 16 12.9% 22 12.0% 33 15.2%
Somewhat oppose 32 12.6% 27 8.9% 2 7.2% 11 9.0% 16 8.9% 29 13.5%
Strongly oppose 39 15.6% 40 13.3% 5 13.9% 19 15.4% 32 17.4% 24 11.2%
DK/Undecided 10 3.8% 10 3.3% 1 2.5% 5 3.6% 5 2.9% 9 4.2%
State employee Strongly support 79 31.4% 92 30.1% 11 33.3% 40 31.6% 57 31.1% 63 29.5%
strike
Somewhat support 36 14.1% 68 22.5% 8 22.2% 27 21.2% 37 20.0% 33 15.5%
Somewhat oppose 54 21.2% 54 17.8% 6 19.1% 9 7.3% 42 22.9% 50 23.3%
Strongly oppose 71 27.9% 71 23.4% 7 20.1% 41 33.1% 38 20.9% 55 25.8%
DK/Undecided 14 5.4% 19 6.3% 2 5.4% 9 6.8% 9 5.1% 13 6.0%
Armed teachers Much more safe 131 51.6% 106 34.7% 13 37.0% 51 40.7% 83 45.2% 89 41.8%
Somewhat more safe 47 18.4% 71 23.2% 8 22.9% 29 23.5% 29 15.8% 51 23.9%
Somewhat less safe 24 9.6% 36 11.8% 3 9.7% 8 6.2% 23 12.2% 27 12.5%
Much less safe 31 12.3% 58 19.0% 7 19.2% 25 20.2% 28 15.2% 29 13.6%
DK/Undecided 20 8.0% 34 11.2% 4 11.2% 12 9.4% 21 11.5% 18 8.2%
Schools use Strongly support 83 32.8% 86 28.1% 14 39.9% 36 28.9% 56 30.3% 63 29.4%
property taxes
Somewhat support 82 32.3% 104 34.1% 12 35.5% 49 38.8% 52 28.5% 72 33.8%
Somewhat oppose 25 10.0% 40 13.2% 2 6.6% 12 9.9% 25 13.5% 26 12.2%

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Gender Age

Male Female 18 - 34 35 - 49 50 - 64 65 and over
Strongly oppose 39 15.4% 36 11.7% 2 5.9% 11 8.8% 28 15.3% 34 15.6%
DK/Undecided 24 9.5% 39 12.8% 4 12.1% 17 13.6% 23 12.3% 19 9.0%
Commissioners Strongly support 147 58.0% 150 49.3% 17 49.5% 68 54.6% 100 54.5% 111 51.9%
Land Office 750,000
Somewhat support 53 20.9% 92 30.2% 12 34.0% 39 31.2% 45 24.3% 49 23.0%
acres
Somewhat oppose 14 5.4% 16 5.3% 1 4.2% 3 2.4% 9 5.1% 16 7.4%
Strongly oppose 22 8.8% 22 7.1% 0 1.2% 5 4.2% 16 8.7% 22 10.4%
DK/Undecided 18 7.0% 25 8.2% 4 11.1% 10 7.6% 14 7.4% 16 7.3%

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Score

Less than 80 81 - 150 151 - 220 221 - 290 Over 290
Party Democrat 13 32.5% 48 38.6% 40 46.6% 28 44.2% 37 38.7%
Republican 25 60.5% 60 48.2% 40 46.0% 34 53.6% 53 55.7%
Independent 3 7.1% 14 11.1% 6 7.5% 1 2.2% 5 5.6%
Libertarian 0 0.0% 3 2.1% 0 0.0% 0 0.0% 0 0.0%
Label Very liberal 2 6.0% 6 4.6% 6 6.4% 3 5.2% 8 8.8%
Somewhat liberal 5 13.3% 20 15.9% 18 20.8% 10 16.4% 14 14.5%
Moderate 7 17.5% 32 25.6% 19 22.1% 17 26.0% 23 23.7%
Somewhat conservative 8 19.5% 37 29.2% 24 27.2% 13 19.7% 17 17.5%
Very conservative 18 43.7% 29 23.2% 20 22.9% 19 29.9% 31 32.1%
DK/Refused 0 0.0% 2 1.5% 1 0.7% 2 2.7% 3 3.4%
June 26th Definitly voting 35 86.3% 111 89.0% 82 95.1% 60 94.0% 92 96.3%
Planning on voting unless
something comes up 3 8.2% 9 7.5% 3 3.5% 4 6.0% 2 1.9%

Going to try to vote if have time 2 5.5% 4 3.5% 1 1.5% 0 0.0% 2 1.8%
Rep. Ballot Gary Jones 0 0.0% 0 0.8% 0 0.0% 0 0.0% 5 9.9%
Mick Cornett 13 53.9% 8 12.8% 8 19.7% 10 29.2% 14 25.9%
Todd Lamb 5 18.4% 15 24.4% 10 26.0% 9 25.3% 9 17.0%
Kevin Stitt 1 3.0% 6 8.9% 3 6.8% 2 6.4% 5 10.2%
Gary Richardson 2 9.5% 8 12.8% 2 5.0% 0 0.0% 3 6.4%
Dan Fisher 0 0.0% 1 0.9% 3 8.5% 2 4.6% 2 4.4%
Undecided 4 15.3% 25 39.5% 14 34.0% 12 34.5% 14 26.1%
Dem. Ballot Drew Edmundson 5 32.1% 8 13.6% 21 45.0% 12 41.7% 21 49.6%
Connie Johnson 1 8.8% 10 15.5% 1 2.3% 5 17.5% 3 7.7%

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Score

Less than 80 81 - 150 151 - 220 221 - 290 Over 290
Norman Brown 0 0.0% 4 7.2% 0 0.0% 1 2.6% 1 1.9%
Undecided 10 59.1% 40 63.8% 25 52.8% 11 38.2% 17 40.7%
Teacher strike Strongly support 19 46.7% 74 59.4% 52 60.2% 39 61.2% 46 48.3%
Somewhat support 3 8.3% 15 12.1% 13 14.9% 7 10.7% 14 14.4%
Somewhat oppose 10 24.1% 16 12.5% 8 8.9% 4 5.8% 14 14.4%
Strongly oppose 6 15.2% 16 12.9% 12 13.8% 12 19.5% 17 17.4%
DK/Undecided 2 5.7% 4 3.1% 2 2.1% 2 2.8% 5 5.5%
State employee strike Strongly support 10 25.5% 38 30.4% 28 32.6% 19 29.4% 26 27.4%
Somewhat support 4 10.2% 22 17.5% 8 9.7% 16 25.7% 12 12.5%
Somewhat oppose 8 20.1% 21 17.2% 28 31.9% 11 17.0% 23 23.9%
Strongly oppose 16 38.6% 35 27.8% 19 22.2% 16 25.1% 29 30.5%
DK/Undecided 2 5.6% 9 7.1% 3 3.6% 2 2.8% 5 5.7%
Armed teachers Much more safe 25 61.1% 46 37.1% 41 47.1% 27 43.0% 42 43.4%
Somewhat more safe 7 17.3% 37 29.4% 18 21.3% 9 13.5% 25 26.1%
Somewhat less safe 8 19.0% 13 10.2% 10 11.0% 10 16.5% 8 8.7%
Much less safe 1 2.5% 17 13.9% 11 12.2% 14 22.6% 17 17.7%
DK/Undecided 0 0.0% 12 9.3% 7 8.3% 3 4.3% 4 4.1%
Schools use property taxes Strongly support 13 33.0% 43 34.7% 22 25.0% 22 34.2% 29 29.8%
Somewhat support 16 38.8% 27 21.6% 31 35.4% 19 30.1% 36 37.0%
Somewhat oppose 2 5.9% 18 14.3% 15 17.2% 5 8.4% 9 9.1%
Strongly oppose 6 15.2% 21 16.8% 11 12.4% 13 19.8% 17 18.1%
DK/Undecided 3 7.2% 16 12.5% 9 10.1% 5 7.6% 6 6.0%

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Less than 80 81 - 150 151 - 220 221 - 290 Over 290
Commissioners Land Office Strongly support 24 58.2% 67 53.3% 53 60.9% 36 57.2% 45 47.0%
750,000 acres
Somewhat support 14 34.8% 31 24.8% 16 18.0% 10 15.8% 20 21.0%
Somewhat oppose 1 1.4% 5 4.2% 6 7.0% 2 2.8% 10 10.6%
Strongly oppose 2 5.6% 13 10.0% 9 9.8% 8 12.8% 10 10.3%
DK/Undecided 0 0.0% 10 7.7% 4 4.2% 7 11.3% 11 11.2%

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Congressional
Bridenstine Mullin Lucas Cole Russell
Party Democrat 42 35.8% 56 50.4% 45 39.7% 42 38.3% 39 36.7%
Republican 66 56.0% 49 43.9% 61 53.9% 63 57.9% 52 48.9%
Independent 10 8.2% 5 4.1% 7 6.3% 4 3.8% 14 13.5%
Libertarian 0 0.0% 2 1.6% 0 0.0% 0 0.0% 1 0.8%
Label Very liberal 7 5.8% 10 9.0% 12 11.1% 11 10.3% 13 12.1%
Somewhat liberal 24 20.4% 16 14.4% 14 12.3% 15 14.1% 15 13.7%
Moderate 25 21.2% 31 27.8% 27 24.3% 31 28.3% 27 25.9%
Somewhat conservative 22 18.8% 28 24.9% 32 28.8% 24 21.9% 20 19.1%
Very conservative 38 31.9% 26 23.5% 25 21.9% 28 25.5% 27 25.5%
DK/Refused 2 2.0% 0 0.4% 2 1.5% 0 0.0% 4 3.6%
June 26th Definitly voting 107 89.9% 103 92.5% 104 91.9% 102 93.9% 89 84.3%
Planning on voting unless
10 8.5% 6 5.1% 8 6.7% 6 5.2% 14 12.8%
something comes up
Going to try to vote if have time 2 1.6% 3 2.5% 2 1.3% 1 0.9% 3 2.9%
Rep. Ballot Gary Jones 0 0.0% 1 2.7% 3 5.2% 2 3.9% 1 1.0%
Mick Cornett 10 14.7% 5 9.5% 20 33.2% 12 18.3% 18 34.8%
Todd Lamb 4 6.5% 13 26.6% 9 14.6% 20 30.9% 16 30.4%
Kevin Stitt 8 12.1% 7 13.0% 3 5.3% 1 1.1% 4 8.5%
Gary Richardson 8 12.8% 5 9.5% 4 6.6% 1 2.3% 2 4.3%
Dan Fisher 3 4.6% 2 3.6% 2 2.7% 4 5.8% 1 1.3%
Undecided 33 49.3% 18 35.1% 20 32.4% 24 37.5% 10 19.7%
Dem. Ballot Drew Edmundson 18 35.4% 20 33.1% 18 35.4% 11 24.6% 22 41.6%
Connie Johnson 4 7.8% 4 6.1% 6 12.0% 12 26.1% 7 13.7%

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Congressional
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Norman Brown 2 3.1% 1 2.1% 4 8.6% 1 2.9% 1 1.6%
Undecided 28 53.8% 36 58.7% 23 44.0% 21 46.3% 23 43.2%
Teacher strike Strongly support 69 58.1% 67 60.5% 71 63.2% 58 53.2% 57 53.7%
Somewhat support 16 13.4% 14 12.8% 16 14.3% 17 15.6% 14 12.8%
Somewhat oppose 10 8.0% 13 12.0% 13 11.2% 15 13.7% 8 8.0%
Strongly oppose 20 17.0% 11 10.3% 12 10.7% 16 14.7% 20 19.1%
DK/Undecided 4 3.5% 5 4.4% 1 0.6% 3 2.7% 7 6.4%
State employee strike Strongly support 35 29.4% 31 28.0% 39 35.1% 31 28.5% 34 32.6%
Somewhat support 24 20.0% 19 17.1% 25 22.4% 16 14.5% 20 19.2%
Somewhat oppose 22 18.2% 28 25.5% 22 19.4% 15 14.0% 21 19.4%
Strongly oppose 37 31.0% 23 21.0% 22 19.6% 34 31.2% 26 24.3%
DK/Undecided 2 1.4% 9 8.3% 4 3.6% 13 11.8% 5 4.5%
Armed teachers Much more safe 40 33.9% 55 49.9% 47 42.0% 51 47.0% 42 39.6%
Somewhat more safe 36 30.2% 18 16.6% 23 20.8% 20 17.9% 20 19.1%
Somewhat less safe 11 8.9% 17 15.2% 15 13.1% 6 5.1% 13 11.9%
Much less safe 17 14.2% 11 9.9% 20 18.1% 21 19.0% 20 18.8%
DK/Undecided 15 12.8% 9 8.5% 7 6.0% 12 10.9% 11 10.6%
Schools use property taxes Strongly support 35 29.9% 41 37.2% 29 25.5% 34 31.2% 29 27.3%
Somewhat support 46 38.4% 29 25.9% 45 40.3% 35 31.7% 31 29.5%
Somewhat oppose 9 7.4% 16 14.4% 19 16.8% 10 9.4% 11 10.8%
Strongly oppose 17 14.5% 17 15.2% 13 11.1% 12 11.4% 16 14.8%
DK/Undecided 12 9.7% 8 7.3% 7 6.3% 18 16.3% 19 17.6%

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Congressional
Bridenstine Mullin Lucas Cole Russell
Commissioners Land Office Strongly support 75 63.4% 64 57.2% 56 49.6% 50 45.6% 52 49.5%
750,000 acres
Somewhat support 23 19.6% 28 24.8% 38 33.6% 31 28.9% 25 23.2%
Somewhat oppose 4 3.3% 6 5.5% 5 4.6% 8 7.3% 6 6.1%
Strongly oppose 10 8.2% 9 8.4% 6 5.6% 7 6.3% 11 10.8%
DK/Undecided 7 5.5% 5 4.2% 7 6.6% 13 11.8% 11 10.5%

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