• Poll (WA I-502): 54 For, 38 Against

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    The Strategies 360 poll “A Study of Likely Voters in Washington” conducted live telephone interviews of 500 self-identified likely voters for the November 2012 General Election. Interviews were conducted October 17 – 20, 2012 trained interviewers. A combination of landline and cell phones were called to ensure greater coverage of the population sampled.The margin of error for a survey of 500 interviews is ±4.4% at the 95% confidence level.

    Splits:

    Overall: Strong Support: 34; Somewhat Support: 20; Somewhat Oppose: 11; Strongly Oppose: 28.

    Male: Strong Support: 32; Somewhat Support: 25; Somewhat Oppose: 8; Strongly Oppose: 27.

    Female: Strong Support: 36; Somewhat Support: 16; Somewhat Oppose: 13; Strongly Oppose: 28.

    Dem / Lean Dem: Strong Support: 46; Somewhat Support: 27; Somewhat Oppose: 8; Strongly Oppose: 14.

    GOP / Lean GOP: Strong Support: 17; Somewhat Support: 13; Somewhat Oppose: 11; Strongly Oppose: 48.

    Independent: Strong Support: 35; Somewhat Support: 20; Somewhat Oppose: 11; Strongly Oppose: 27.

     

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