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MISSISSIPPI STATEWIDE SURVEY

June 10 – June 14, 2019

124 W. CAPITOL AVE, SUITE 1886


LITTLE ROCK, AR 72201
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METHODOLOGY
Key findings of a telephone survey of 610 likely General Election voters statewide. Survey results weighted
based on age. The survey has a margin of error of plus/minus 3.96 percentage points (+/- 3.96%) except
when noted. Results weighted for age.

Likelihood participant will vote in the November 2019 General Election:

5.17%

Very Likely

Somewhat Likely
94.83%

Survey conducted via landline and cell phone:

41.60% Landline

58.40% Cell Phone


DEMOGRAPHICS

Age group of participants: Gender of participants:


8.00%

18 - 34
40.00% 18.00% 51.14%
35 - 49 48.86%

34.00% 50 - 64

65 + Male Female

Would you consider yourself Conservative, Moderate, or Liberal?

7.31% Very Conservative

3.61% Somewhat
Conservative
5.97%
Moderate
24.75%
Somewhat Liberal
20.43%
Very Liberal
37.94%
Don’t Know/Refused
0.00% 5.00% 10.00% 15.00% 20.00% 25.00% 30.00% 35.00% 40.00%
DEMOGRAPHICS

Race of participants:
1.66% 2.12% 1.88%
White
0.28%
Hispanic/Latino

26.71%
African American
Asian American

66.64% Native American


0.71%
Other
Refused

Would you consider your Political Party Republican, Democrat, Independent, or something else?

2.71%
Republican

5.43% Democrat

12.70% Independent

28.42% Something Else

50.73% Don't Know/Refused

0.00% 10.00% 20.00% 30.00% 40.00% 50.00% 60.00%


RIGHT DIRECTION / WRONG TRACK
Overall, would you say things in Mississippi are headed in the right direction, or have
they gotten off on the wrong track?

Direction: Gender
100
19.65%
80
60.98%
49.17% 60
37.89% 38.99%
40
31.18% 23.01% 23.13%
16.01%
20
0
Men Women
Right Track Wrong Track Don't Know

Right Direction
Wrong Track
Don't Know/Refused
2019 PRIMARY ELECTION
In August, Mississippi will hold primary elections for state offices, including Governor, Secretary
of State, Attorney General, and Treasurer.

Thinking about the August 2019 Primary Elections, would you say you are likely to cast your vote
in the Republican Primary or the Democratic Primary?

2.37%
4.56%

34.61%

58.46% Primary Choice by Gender


100
80
64.69%
60 52.49%
43.89%
40
24.9%
20
Republican Party Democratic Party 0
Men Women
Neither Don't Know/Refused Republican Democratic
2019 GOP PRIMARY - GOVERNOR
If the Republican primary election for Governor were being held today, and the candidates were:
Tate Reeves, Bill Waller, Jr., and Robert Foster, for whom would you choose?

26.67% Definitely Tate Reeves


21.37%
Probably Tate Reeves
3.58%
Definitely Bill Waller, Jr.

Probably Bill Waller, Jr.

5.24% 7.24%
23.66% Definitely Robert Foster
12.24%
Probably Robert Fo ster

Don't Know/Refused

MoE = +/-5.29%
2019 GENERAL ELECTION - GOVERNOR
In November, Mississippi will hold general elections for state offices, including Governor.

If the election for Governor was being held today, and the candidates were: Tate Reeves, the
Republican, and Jim Hood, the Democrat, and David Singletary, the Independent, for whom
would you vote?

2.20%

Definitely Tate Reeves


1.83% 12.19%
Probably Tate Reeves
37.68%
Definitely Jim Hood
8.86%
Probably Jim Hood

Definitely David Singletary

Probably David Singletary


26.92%
10.32% Don't Know/Refused
2019 GENERAL ELECTION - GOVERNOR
In November, Mississippi will hold general elections for state offices, including Governor.

If the election for Governor was being held today, and the candidates were: Bill Waller Jr., the
Republican, and Jim Hood, the Democrat, and David Singletary, the Independent, for whom
would you vote?

2.48% Definitely Bill Waller, Jr.


16.83%
30.94% Probably Bill Waller, Jr.
1.41%
Definitely Jim Hood

Probably Jim Hood


9.63%
Definitely David Singletary

Probably David Singletary


12.35%
26.36%
Don't Know/ Refused