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Poll Resutls State-wide 5/23/18 CD 1 CD 2 CD 3 Cum

% % % %
Generally - how do you describe yourself?
1 - A Consrvative Democrat 69 21.6% 44 21.1% 99 20.5% 212 21.0%
2 - A Liberal Democrat 82 25.6% 54 25.8% 117 24.3% 253 25.0%
3 - A Progressive Democrat 111 34.7% 67 32.1% 166 34.4% 344 34.0%
4 - Don’t know 58 18.1% 44 21.1% 100 20.7% 202 20.0%
320 209 482 1011
Q - 2 Horse Race - Governor
1 - Michelle Lujan Grisham 186 59.8% 86 44.1% 253 55.1% 525 54.4%
2 - Jeff Apodaca 47 15.1% 45 23.1% 78 17.0% 170 17.6%
3 - Joe Cervantes 28 9.0% 26 13.3% 50 10.9% 104 10.8%
4 - undecided 50 16.1% 38 19.5% 78 17.0% 166 17.2%
311 195 459 965

% actual per poll 32.2% 20.2% 47.6%
% of voters - Projected 30.4% 22.4% 47.2%

Q - 3 Hose Race CD # 1
1 - Deb Haaland 59 19.3% 59 19.3%
2 - Antoinette Sedillo Lopez 69 22.6% 69 22.6%
3- Damon Martinez 81 26.6% 81 26.6%
4 - Damian Lara 14 4.6% 14 4.6%
5 - Pat Davis 11 3.6% 11 3.6%
6 - Paul Moya 14 4.6% 14 4.6%
7 - Undecided 57 18.7% 57 18.7%
305 305
Q - 3 - Horse Race CD # 2
1 - Xochitl Torres Small 80 43.7% 80 43.7%
2 - Madeline Hildebrandt 30 16.4% 30 16.4%
3 - undecided 73 39.9% 73 39.9%
183 183
Q - 3 - Favorable / Unfavorable Congressman Ben Ray Lujan
1 - Very Favorable 204 45.8% 204 45.8%
2 - Favorable 117 26.3% 117 26.3%
3 - No opinion 82 18.4% 82 18.4%
4 - Negative Opinion 42 9.4% 42 9.4%
445 445
Q - 4 - Horse Race Lt. Governor
1 - Howie Morales 57 18.9% 50 28.1% 96 22.3% 203 22.3%
2 - Rick Miera 75 24.8% 9 5.1% 35 8.1% 119 13.1%
3 - Billy Garrett 15 5.0% 33 18.5% 14 3.2% 62 6.8%
4 - Undecided 155 51.3% 86 48.3% 286 66.4% 527 57.8%
302 178 431 911
Q - 5 - Horse Race State Auditor
1 - Bill McCamley 55 18.8% 55 32.4% 66 15.5% 176 19.8%
2 - Brain Colon 152 51.9% 62 36.5% 148 34.7% 362 40.7%
3 - undecided 86 29.4% 53 31.2% 212 49.8% 351 39.5%
293 170 426 889
Q - 6 - Horse Race - Land Commission Race
1 - Stephanie Garcia Richard 55 19.0% 30 17.9% 94 22.3% 179 20.4%
2 - Garrett VeneKlasen 113 39.0% 48 28.6% 135 32.1% 296 33.7%
3 - George Munoz 25 8.6% 28 16.7% 51 12.1% 104 11.8%
4 - Undecided 97 33.4% 62 36.9% 141 33.5% 300 34.1%
290 168 421 879
Q - 7 - Most important issue to you
1 - Immigration 31 10.9% 27 16.5% 49 11.8% 107 12.4%
2 - Crime 74 26.0% 22 13.4% 74 17.9% 170 19.7%
3 - Economic Development 53 18.6% 21 12.8% 70 16.9% 144 16.7%
4 - Water and Conservation 35 12.3% 28 17.1% 86 20.8% 149 17.3%
5 - Education 92 32.3% 66 40.2% 135 32.6% 293 34.0%
285 164 414 863
Q - 8 - Most important to change New Mexico's downward spiral
1 - Changing the cycle of poverty 88 31.5% 44 27.5% 91 22.5% 223 26.4%
2 - Addressing Illegal immigration 18 6.5% 10 6.3% 24 5.9% 52 6.2%
3 - Better Public Schools 67 24.0% 46 28.8% 126 31.1% 239 28.3%
4 - Access to affordable, quality healthcare 61 21.9% 42 26.3% 114 28.1% 217 25.7%
5 - Making our Communities Safe 45 16.1% 18 11.3% 50 12.3% 113 13.4%
279 160 405 844
Q- 9 Ethnicity
1 - Hispanic 77 27.7% 41 26.1% 143 35.5% 261 31.1%
2 - Anglo 163 58.6% 84 53.5% 198 49.1% 445 53.1%
3 - African American 9 3.2% 4 2.5% 9 2.2% 22 2.6%
4 - Native American 3 1.1% 14 8.9% 23 5.7% 40 4.8%
5 - Other 26 9.4% 14 8.9% 30 7.4% 70 8.4%
278 157 403 838
Q - 10 - Gender
1 - Female 187 67.5% 102 66.2% 266 66.2% 555 66.6%
2 - Male 90 32.5% 52 33.8% 136 33.8% 278 33.4%
277 154 402 833
Q - 11 - age
1 - 18 to 29 1 0.4% 2 1.3% 7 1.8% 10 1.2%
2 - 30 - 49 22 8.0% 7 4.5% 33 8.3% 62 7.5%
3 - 50 - 65 72 26.3% 32 20.8% 111 27.8% 215 26.0%
4 - 65 to 75 96 35.0% 62 40.3% 177 44.4% 335 40.5%
5 - 76 or older 83 30.3% 51 33.1% 71 17.8% 205 24.8%
274 154 399 827

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