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Anderson Robbins Research (D) / Shaw & Company Research (R)

N = 1,013 registered voters (516 landline, 497 cell phone)

Interviews Conducted:
September 20-22, 2015

Questions 6-7, 25-37, 46-51 are for release after 6:00 P.M. ET Wednesday, September 23.
Questions 1-5, 8-24 and 38-45 are held for future release.

Methodology
The Fox News Poll is conducted under the joint direction of Anderson Robbins Research (D) and
Shaw & Company Research (R). The poll was conducted by telephone with live interviewers
September 2022, 2015 among a random national sample of 1,013 registered voters (RV).
Results based on the full sample have a margin of sampling error of plus or minus three
percentage points.
Landline and cell phone telephone numbers were randomly selected for inclusion in the survey
using a probability proportionate to size method, which means that phone numbers for each state
are proportional to the number of voters in each state.
Results are of registered voters, unless otherwise noted.
Results from Fox News polls before February 2011 were conducted by Opinion Dynamics Corp.

Questions 1-5 are held for future release.


6.-7.

I'm going to read you the names of several individuals and groups. Please tell me
whether you have a generally favorable or unfavorable opinion of each one. If you've
never heard of one please just say so. [RANDOMIZE]

Pope Francis
20-22 Sep 15
Catholics
PAST TREND
21-23 Jul 13

Favorable
55%
68%

Unfavorable
20
14

(Cant say)
10
5

Never heard of
15
13

46%

19

26

Favorable
51%
75%

Unfavorable
30
13

(Cant say)
14
8

Never heard of
5
4

46%

29

24

The Catholic Church


20-22 Sep 15
Catholics
PAST TREND
23-24 Sep 03

Questions 8-24 are held for future release.


Moving on
25.

In the presidential [primary election / caucus] in [state] next year, are you more likely
to vote in the Democratic or Republican [primary election / caucus] for president, or are
you unlikely to participate in either?
Democratic
Republican
(Other /
primary/caucus primary/caucus Neither Dont know)
20-22 Sep 15
38%
39
16
7
Self-identified Democrats
83%
3
11
4
Self-identified Republicans
3%
84
9
4
Self-identified Independents
17%
22
44
17
*Breakout among self-identified D/R/I based on party identification question below Q51

[Q26-Q27 IF DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY IN Q25, N=381]


26.
Im going to read a list of potential candidates for the 2016 Democratic nomination.
Please tell me which one you would like to see as the Democratic presidential nominee.
[IF NOT SURE, ASK: Well, if you had to decide today, which one would you choose?]
[RANDOMIZE LIST] [AMONG Q25 LIKELY DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY VOTERS]

Hillary Clinton
Bernie Sanders
Joe Biden
Martin OMalley
Jim Webb
Larry Lessig
Lincoln Chafee
Andrew Cuomo
(Other)
(None of the
above)
(Dont know)

20-22
Sep 15
N=381
44%
30
18
2
1
*
N/A
*

11-13
Aug 15
N=401
49%
30
10
1
1
N/A
N/A
1

30 Jul-2
Aug 15
N=499
51%
22
13
1
1
N/A
1
N/A
1

13-15
Jul 15
N=382
59%
19
8
1
1
N/A
1
N/A
1

21-23
Jun 15
N=375
61%
15
11
1
2
N/A
3
1

2
3

3
4

3
6

4
5

2
5

31 May2 Jun 15
N=395
57%
11
8
7
4
2
1
1
1

9-12
May 15
N=370
63%
6
6
13
2
2
1

19-21
Apr 15
N=388
62%
4
9
12
1
3
-

29-31
Mar 15
N=397
61%
3
12
11
2
1
3
N/A
1

Hillary Clinton
Bernie Sanders
Joe Biden
Elizabeth Warren
Martin OMalley
Jim Webb
Andrew Cuomo
Lincoln Chafee
(Other)
(None of the
above)
2
2
4
(Dont know)
6
6
5
May 2015 and earlier: results include Elizabeth Warren

3
3

25-27
Jan 15
N=390
55%
17
12
4
3
2
1
-

7-9
Dec 14
N=409
62%
10
12
2
3
1
1
-

20-22
Jul 14
N=438
64%
12
9
5
N/A
1
N/A
-

Hillary Clinton
Joe Biden
Elizabeth Warren
Andrew Cuomo
Bernie Sanders
Martin OMalley
Jim Webb
(Other)
(None of the
above)
2
5
4
(Dont know)
3
5
4
January 2015 and earlier: results among self-identified Democrats

13-15
Apr 14
N=395
69%
14
6
2
N/A
1
N/A
-

14-16
Dec 13
N=412
68%
12
7
4
N/A
1
N/A
1

4
3

2
6

[SKIP AND CODE AS DONT KNOW IF DONT KNOW IN Q26]


27.
And which Democrat would be your second choice? [IF NOT SURE, ASK: Well, if you
had to decide today, which one would you choose?] [ONLY READ LIST IF
REQUESTED. READ IN SAME ORDER AS Q26. DO NOT ACCEPT CHOICE
FROM Q26.]

Hillary Clinton
Bernie Sanders
Joe Biden
Martin OMalley
Jim Webb
Larry Lessig
Lincoln Chafee
(Other)
(None of the above)
(Dont know)

First choice
44%
30
18
2
1
*
*
2
3

Second choice
26%
13
38
3
2
1
1
1
7
8

Without Biden
56%
32
NA
2
2
*
*
3
4

[Q28-Q29 IF REPUBLICAN PRIMARY IN Q25, N=398]


28.
Im going to read a list of potential candidates for the 2016 Republican nomination.
Please tell me which one you would like to see as the Republican presidential nominee.
[IF NOT SURE, ASK: Well, if you had to decide today, which one would you choose?]
[RANDOMIZE LIST] [AMONG Q25 LIKELY REPUBLICAN PRIMARY VOTERS]
20-22
Sep 15
N=398
Donald Trump
26%
Ben Carson
18
Carly Fiorina
9
Marco Rubio
9
Ted Cruz
8
Jeb Bush
7
Chris Christie
5
John Kasich
4
Mike Huckabee
3
Rand Paul
2
George Pataki
1
Jim Gilmore
*
Rick Santorum
Bobby Jindal
Lindsey Graham
(Other)
3
(None of the above)
1
(Dont know)
4

Donald Trump
Ben Carson
Ted Cruz
Jeb Bush
Mike Huckabee
Scott Walker
Carly Fiorina
John Kasich
Marco Rubio
Rand Paul
Chris Christie
Rick Santorum
Rick Perry
Bobby Jindal
George Pataki
Jim Gilmore
Lindsey Graham
(Other)
(None of the above)
(Dont know)

11-13
Aug 15
N=381
25%
12
10
9
6
6
5
4
4
3
3
1
1
1
1
*
*
2
7

30 Jul2 Aug 15
N=475
26%
7
6
15
6
9
2
3
5
5
3
2
1
1
*
1
1
7

13-15
Jul 15
N=389
18%
6
4
14
4
15
1
2
7
8
3
2
1
N/A
1
4
9

21-23
Jun 15
N=378
11%
10
4
15
6
9
3
2
8
9
2
3
2
2
1
N/A
1
3
9

31 May2 Jun 15
N=370
4%
11
8
12
6
12
2
2
7
9
5
2
4
1
2
N/A
2
1
2
10

9-12
May 15
N=413
4%
13
6
13
10
11
1
2
9
7
6
2
2
1
N/A
1
3
10

19-21
Apr 15
N=383
5%
6
8
9
9
12
2
13
10
6
1
2
1
1
N/A
1
1
3
9

29-31
Mar 15
N=379
3%
11
10
12
10
15
1
1
8
9
4
2
3
2
1
N/A
1
4
6

25-27 Jan 15
7-9 Dec 14
20-22 Jul 14
N=394
N=392
N=358
Mitt Romney
21%
19%
N/A
Rand Paul
11
8
11
Mike Huckabee
11
8
N/A
Jeb Bush
10
10
12
Ben Carson
9
6
N/A
Scott Walker
8
7
4
Marco Rubio
5
4
9
Chris Christie
4
8
10
Ted Cruz
4
5
9
Rick Perry
4
2
12
Bobby Jindal
2
1
4
John Kasich
1
2
2
Rick Santorum
1
1
3
Lindsey Graham
1
N/A
N/A
Paul Ryan
N/A
6
9
(Other)
1
2
(None of the above)
4
2
4
(Dont know)
5
8
6
January 2015 and earlier: results among self-identified Republicans

13-15 Apr 14
N=384
N/A
14
N/A
14
N/A
5
8
15
7
5
2
N/A
5
N/A
9
1
6
9

14-16 Dec 13
N=376
N/A
11
N/A
12
N/A
6
8
16
12
3
N/A
N/A
3
N/A
12
1
5
11

[SKIP AND CODE AS DONT KNOW IF DONT KNOW IN Q28]


29.
And which Republican would be your second choice? [IF NOT SURE, ASK: Well, if
you had to decide today, which one would you choose?]
[ONLY READ LIST IF REQUESTED. READ IN SAME ORDER AS Q28. DO
NOT ACCEPT CHOICE FROM Q28.]
First
Second
Without
Without
Without
choice
Trump
Carson
Bush
choice
Donald Trump
26%
12%
N/A
30%
28%
Ben Carson
18
13
24%
N/A
18
Carly Fiorina
9
14
11
14
10
Marco Rubio
9
10
12
12
11
Ted Cruz
8
6
11
9
9
Jeb Bush
7
10
10
8
N/A
Chris Christie
5
5
5
6
6
John Kasich
4
4
4
4
4
Mike Huckabee
3
5
5
3
3
Rand Paul
2
4
4
2
3
George Pataki
1
1
1
1
Jim Gilmore
*
*
*
*
*
Rick Santorum
*
*
Bobby Jindal
1
*
*
Lindsey Graham
(Other)
3
2
3
3
3
(None of the above)
1
5
3
1
1
(Dont know)
4
8
5
5
5

[RESUME ALL]
30.
Regardless of how you plan to vote, who do you believe will be the next president of the
United States? (OPEN ENDED -- DO NOT READ RESPONSES -- accept only one)
20-22 Sep 15
(Hillary Clinton)
28%
(Donald Trump)
20
(Bernie Sanders)
5
(Joe Biden)
4
(Jeb Bush)
4
(Ben Carson)
3
(Carly Fiorina)
3
(Ted Cruz)
2
(Marco Rubio)
2
(Chris Christie)
1
(John Kasich)
1
(Mike Huckabee)
*
(Martin OMalley)
*
(George Pataki)
*
(Scott Walker)
*
(Other)
*
(Dont know)
26
For reference: Regardless of how you plan to vote, who do you believe will be the next president
of the United States? (DO NOT READ RESPONSES)
(John McCain)
(Barack Obama)
(Hillary Clinton)
(Rudy Giuliani)
(John Edwards)
(Mike Huckabee)
(Mitt Romney)
(Fred Thompson)
(Al Gore)
(Chris Dodd)
(Other)
(Dont know)

18-19 Mar 08
35%
26
18
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
2
19

18-19 Dec 07
5%
13
33
7
4
4
3
1
2
29

9-10 Oct 07
2%
6
44
12
3
2
3
2
1
2
23

31.

If the 2016 presidential election were held today, how would you vote if the candidates
were: [IF DONT KNOW] Well, which way do you lean? [ROTATE NAMES]

20-22 Sep 15
PAST TREND
11-13 Aug 15
21-23 Jun 15*

Democrat
Hillary
Clinton
46%

Republican
Donald
Trump
42

47%
51%

42
34

(Other) (Wouldnt vote) (Dont know)


3
7
2
2
3

7
9

3
3

*June 2015: results among split sample, 4%

32.

Which of the following potential 2016 presidential matchups would make you more
worried that American democracy is in trouble? If the race were between Democrat
Hillary Clinton and Republican Jeb Bush -- or -- if the race were between Democrat
Bernie Sanders and Republican Donald Trump?

20-22 Sep 15

33.

Clinton vs.
Bush
39%

(Wouldnt vote)
1

(Dont know)
7

Democrats are planning to hold a total of six presidential debates among the candidates
competing to be the Democratic Partys nominee -- is that too many debates, too few
debates or about the right number?

20-22 Sep 15 - All Voters


Democratic primary voters
34.

Sanders vs.
Trump
53

Too many
27%
25%

Too few
15
14

About right (Dont know)


53
5
58
2

Republicans are planning to hold at least nine presidential debates among the candidates
competing to be the Republican Partys nominee -- is that too many debates, too few
debates or about the right number?

20-22 Sep 15 - All Voters


Republican primary voters

Too many
46%
41%

Too few
6
7

About right (Dont know)


43
5
50
2

35.

Did you watch or listen to the Republican presidential candidate debates held last week at
Ronald Reagan Library in California?

20-22 Sep 15
11-13 Aug 15*

---------------------Yes--------------------(Earlier (Later
(Both
debate debate
TOTAL
Yes
only)
only) debates)
50%
34
5
4
7
52%
33
6
7
6

No
49
47

(Dont
know)
1
*

*Cleveland debate held August 6, 2015

36.

[IF RESPONDENT DID NOT WATCH EITHER: Based on what you have heard or
read about the debate, and ] Setting aside which candidate you are supporting, who do
you think did the best job in the debates? [DO NOT READ LIST UNLESS REQUESTED]

Overall
Carly Fiorina
Donald Trump
Ben Carson
Marco Rubio
Jeb Bush
John Kasich
Chris Christie
Ted Cruz
Mike Huckabee
Rand Paul
Lindsey Graham
Bobby Jindal
Scott Walker
George Pataki
Rick Santorum
(Other)
(None of the above)
(Dont know)

27%
14
6
5
5
2
2
1
1
1
*
*
2
5
29

Among Q25
Republican
Primary Voters
N=398 (4.5%)
35%
19
8
7
3
1
2
2
2
1
4
18

Among Q35
Debate Watchers
N=507(4%)
39%
17
7
9
5
4
4
2
1
1
*
1
3
8

37.

[IF RESPONDENT DID NOT WATCH EITHER: Based on what you have heard or
read about the debate, and ] Setting aside which candidate you are supporting, who do
you think did the worst job in the debates? [READ LIST IF REQUESTED]

Overall
Donald Trump
Jeb Bush
Rand Paul
Ben Carson
Chris Christie
Carly Fiorina
Marco Rubio
Ted Cruz
Mike Huckabee
Lindsey Graham
John Kasich
George Pataki
Scott Walker
Bobby Jindal
Rick Santorum
(Other)
(None of the above)
(Dont know)

26%
7
4
4
3
3
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
*
3
4
36

Among Q25Republican
Primary Voters

Among Q35
Debate Watchers

N=398 (4.5%)
21%
8
8
5
4
3
3
1
2
2
2
1
1
1
*
2
3
31

N=507 (4%)
30%
9
8
6
4
5
2
3
3
1
2
1
2
1
*
3
4
15

Summary Chart among Q35 Debate Watchers, N=507


Best job
Worst job
Net
Carly Fiorina
39%
5%
+34
Marco Rubio
9
2
+7
John Kasich
4
2
+2
Ben Carson
7
6
+1
Rick Santorum
*
Chris Christie
4
4
Ted Cruz
2
3
-1
Bobby Jindal
1
-1
George Pataki
1
-1
Lindsey Graham
*
1
-1
Mike Huckabee
1
3
-2
Scott Walker
2
-2
Jeb Bush
5
9
-4
Rand Paul
1
8
-7
Donald Trump
17
30
-13

For reference: Results from August 11-13, 2015 regarding Cleveland debate held August 6, 2015.
Summary Chart among Debate Watchers, N=527
Best job
Worst job
Net
Carly Fiorina
13%
1%
+12
Ben Carson
10
2
+8
John Kasich
10
2
+8
Marco Rubio
9
2
+7
Ted Cruz
6
2
+4
Mike Huckabee
3
2
+1
Scott Walker
2
1
+1
Bobby Jindal
*
Jim Gilmore
*
George Pataki
*
1
-1
Rick Santorum
1
-1
Lindsey Graham
*
2
-2
Rick Perry
3
-3
Jeb Bush
6
11
-5
Chris Christie
1
8
-7
Rand Paul
1
12
-11
Donald Trump
19
32
-13

Questions 38-45 are held for future release.


46.

Regardless of how you plan to vote, which of the following better describes how you feel
about Donald Trumps comments on the campaign trail?

20-22 Sep 15

He is too mean and He tells it like it is,


blunt to be
and we need that
now in a president
president
49%
44

(Dont know)
7

[Ask GOP primary voters only]


47.
Since the 2014 midterm election, do you think the Republican majorities in the U.S.
House and Senate have done all they could to block or reverse Barack Obamas agenda?
No
(Dont know)
Yes
20-22 Sep 15
30%
66
4
[If no, ask:]
48.
And why do you think that is? Is it mainly because:
They arent
smart enough
They didnt really
to block
want to block
Obamas
Obamas agenda.
agenda.
20-22 Sep 15
28%
13

They would
rather fight
each other.
38

(Other/mixed) (Dont know)


13
8

[RESUME ALL]
49.
Would you say you feel betrayed by politicians from your political party, or not?
(No party/
Yes
No
independent)
(Dont know)
20-22 Sep 15
51%
40
3
5
Moving on
50.
How concerned are you that scandals would have a serious effect on Hillary Clintons
administration if she were elected president?
------Concerned-----------Not concerned-----SomeNot at (Dont
TOTAL Very
what TOTAL Not very
all
know)
20-22 Sep 15
62%
40
22
35
15
20
3
9-12 May 15
61%
37
24
38
20
18
2

51.

Do you think Hillary Clinton is lying about how her emails were handled while she was
secretary of state?
Yes
No
(Dont know)
20-22 Sep 15
58%
32
10
For reference: As you may know, while Hillary Clinton was secretary of state she used a personal
email account and a computer server at her home to do government work. In March, Clinton said
no emails on her private server contained classified information. However, internal government
investigators recently determined classified information was contained in Clintons emails on that
server. Do you think Clinton knowingly lied about the emails or theres another explanation?
Clinton
Theres another
(Clinton told
knowingly lied
explanation
the truth)
(Dont know)
11-13 Aug 15
58%
33
2
7

POLITICAL IDENTIFICATION
When you think about politics, do you think of yourself as a Democrat or a Republican?
(Independent / (Dont know /
Other)
Refused)
Democrat
Republican
20-22 Sep 15
40%
41
17
3
RECENT TREND
11-13 Aug 15
42%
38
17
3
30 Jul-2 Aug 15
41%
37
17
5
13-15 Jul 15
41%
37
20
2
21-23 Jun 15
42%
38
15
4
31 May-2 Jun 15
43%
37
18
2
9-12 May 15
41%
37
20
2
19-21 Apr 15
42%
38
17
3
29-31 Mar 15
41%
37
20
3
1-3 Mar 15
39%
39
17
4
8-10 Feb 15
43%
38
17
2
25-27 Jan 15
39%
39
19
3
11-13 Jan 15
38%
39
21
3
7-9 Dec 14
41%
39
18
2
25-27 Oct 14
43%
38
17
3
12-14 Oct 14
40%
38
18
4
28-30 Sep 14
40%
39
18
4
7-9 Sep 14
40%
39
18
3
10-12 Aug 14
41%
36
19
3

Fox News Poll -- Margin of Error for Subgroups


The Fox News Poll is conducted under the joint direction of Anderson Robbins Research (D) and Shaw &
Company Research (R). The poll was conducted by telephone with live interviewers September 20-22, 2015
among a random national sample of 1,013 registered voters. Results based on the full sample have a margin of
sampling error of plus or minus three percentage points.
Results among the attached subgroups have larger sampling errors:
+/- 5%
Democrats:
+/- 4.5%
Republicans:
+/- 7%
Independents:
--+/- 4%
Men:
+/- 4%
Women:
--+/- 3.5%
White:
+/- 9.5%
Black:
--+/- 4%
College Degree:
+/- 4.5%
No College Degree:
--+/- 4%
Debate watchers:
--+/- 7%
Under Age 35:
+/- 5%
Age 35-54:
+/- 4%
Age 55+:
+/- 6%
Age 65+:
--+/- 5.5%
Income Under $50k:
+/- 4%
Income $50k+:
--+/- 5%
Liberal:
+/- 4%
Conservative:
--+/- 5%
Dem Primary Voters:
+/- 4.5%
GOP Primary Voters:
--+/- 8.5%
Tea Party:
--+/- 6%
Catholic:

6. Pope Francis: Please tell me whether you have a generally favorable or unfavorable opinion of...

Favorable
Unfavorable
(Can't say)
Never heard of

Total
55%
20%
10%
15%

Favorable
Unfavorable
(Can't say)
Never heard of

Total
55%
20%
10%
15%

Dem
65%
11%
7%
16%

Rep
46%
29%
11%
14%

Under
Age 35
54%
12%
10%
24%

Ind
56%
21%
12%
12%

35-54
54%
23%
8%
14%

Men
51%
23%
11%
16%

55+
57%
22%
12%
9%

Women
59%
17%
9%
14%

65+
54%
26%
12%
8%

White
58%
20%
11%
12%

Black
50%
18%
7%
26%

Under
$50k
48%
25%
10%
18%

College
Degree
62%
18%
10%
10%

$50k+
60%
19%
9%
12%

Lib
65%
12%
6%
16%

No
Degree
51%
21%
10%
18%

Watch
Debate
55%
20%
10%
15%

Cons
46%
29%
13%
12%

Tea
Party
35%
43%
8%
14%

7. The Catholic Church: Please tell me whether you have a generally favorable or unfavorable opinion of...

Favorable
Unfavorable
(Can't say)
Never heard of

Total
51%
30%
14%
5%

Favorable
Unfavorable
(Can't say)
Never heard of

Total
51%
30%
14%
5%

Dem
52%
30%
15%
3%

Rep
51%
28%
16%
5%

Under
Age 35
44%
36%
13%
7%

Ind
47%
34%
12%
7%

35-54
51%
32%
13%
4%

Men
49%
33%
13%
5%

55+
57%
23%
16%
4%

Women
54%
27%
15%
4%

65+
55%
21%
21%
3%

White
52%
29%
14%
4%

Black
50%
27%
14%
8%

Under
$50k
48%
31%
16%
5%

College
Degree
55%
29%
13%
3%

$50k+
53%
29%
14%
4%

Lib
50%
33%
12%
4%

No
Degree
48%
30%
15%
6%

Watch
Debate
51%
30%
14%
5%

Cons
52%
28%
17%
4%

Tea
Party
46%
35%
17%
2%

25. In the presidential primary election/caucus in [state] next year, are you more likely to vote in the
Democratic or Republican primary election/ caucus for president, or are you unlikely to participate in either?

Democratic Primary/
caucus
Republican Primary/
caucus
Neither
(Other/Don't know)

Democratic Primary/
caucus
Republican Primary/
caucus
Neither
(Other/Don't know)

Total
38%

Dem
83%

Rep
3%

Ind
17%

Men
31%

Women
43%

White
32%

Black
71%

College
Degree
38%

No
Degree
37%

Watch
Debate
38%

39%

3%

84%

22%

43%

36%

47%

7%

40%

39%

39%

16%
7%

11%
4%

9%
4%

44%
17%

19%
7%

14%
7%

15%
7%

17%
5%

15%
7%

16%
7%

16%
7%

Total
38%

Under
Age 35
44%

35-54
36%

55+
34%

65+
33%

Under
$50k
42%

$50k+
34%

Lib
65%

Cons
16%

Tea
Party
10%

39%

33%

40%

43%

45%

33%

46%

12%

64%

73%

16%
7%

15%
7%

17%
7%

15%
7%

15%
8%

18%
7%

14%
6%

18%
5%

13%
7%

9%
7%

26. [DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY VOTERS] I'm going to read a list of potential candidates for the 2016 Democratic
nomination. Please tell me which one you would like to see as the Democratic presidential nominee.

Joe Biden
Lincoln Chafee
Hillary Clinton
Martin O'Malley
Bernie Sanders
Jim Webb
Larry Lessig
(Other)
(None of the above)
(Don't know)

Total
18%
44%
2%
30%
1%
*%
*%
2%
3%

Joe Biden
Lincoln Chafee
Hillary Clinton
Martin O'Malley
Bernie Sanders
Jim Webb
Larry Lessig
(Other)
(None of the above)
(Don't know)

Total
18%
44%
2%
30%
1%
*%
*%
2%
3%

Men
17%
37%
1%
37%
1%
1%
*%
3%
2%

Women
19%
48%
2%
25%
1%
1%
4%

Under
Age 45
17%
33%
*%
41%
2%
*%
1%
4%

White
17%
37%
2%
38%
1%
*%
*%
1%
3%

45+
19%
52%
3%
20%
1%
*%
*%
3%
2%

NonWhite
20%
54%
2%
15%
1%
1%
3%
3%
Under
$50k
17%
54%
2%
20%
1%
3%
2%

College
Degree
22%
38%
2%
34%
1%
1%
*%
1%

$50k+
19%
37%
2%
38%
2%
1%
1%
1%

No
Degree
15%
48%
2%
26%
1%
3%
4%

Lib
13%
43%
1%
37%
1%
1%
*%
1%
3%

Dem
17%
45%
1%
31%
1%
*%
*%
2%
2%

27. [DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY VOTERS] And which Democrat would be your second choice?

Joe Biden
Lincoln Chafee
Hillary Clinton
Martin O'Malley
Bernie Sanders
Jim Webb
Larry Lessig
(Other)
(None of the above)
(Don't know)

Total
38%
1%
26%
3%
13%
2%
1%
1%
7%
8%

Joe Biden
Lincoln Chafee
Hillary Clinton
Martin O'Malley
Bernie Sanders
Jim Webb
Larry Lessig
(Other)
(None of the above)
(Don't know)

Total
38%
1%
26%
3%
13%
2%
1%
1%
7%
8%

Men
34%
1%
33%
4%
12%
3%
1%
*%
6%
6%

Women
40%
2%
22%
3%
13%
2%
1%
2%
7%
9%

Under
Age 45
31%
1%
29%
4%
10%
3%
1%
1%
7%
11%

White
35%
1%
25%
5%
15%
1%
1%
2%
8%
7%

45+
43%
2%
23%
3%
15%
1%
1%
1%
6%
5%

NonWhite
42%
2%
28%
1%
9%
4%
*%
5%
9%
Under
$50k
38%
3%
28%
3%
12%
2%
1%
1%
6%
6%

College
Degree
33%
*%
30%
4%
16%
1%
*%
2%
7%
7%

$50k+
38%
1%
26%
4%
14%
3%
1%
1%
7%
6%

No
Degree
41%
2%
23%
3%
11%
3%
1%
1%
6%
9%

Lib
42%
1%
23%
4%
12%
2%
1%
2%
7%
7%

Dem
40%
2%
26%
4%
12%
2%
*%
1%
6%
8%

28. [REPUBLICAN PRIMARY VOTERS] I'm going to read a list of potential candidates for the 2016 Republican
nomination. Please tell me which one you would like to see as the Republican presidential nominee.

Jeb Bush
Ben Carson
Chris Christie
Ted Cruz
Carly Fiorina
Jim Gilmore
Lindsey Graham
Mike Huckabee
Bobby Jindal
John Kasich
George Pataki
Rand Paul
Marco Rubio
Rick Santorum
Donald Trump
(Other)
(None of the above)
(Don't know)

Total
7%
18%
5%
8%
9%
*%
3%
4%
1%
2%
9%
26%
3%
1%
4%

Jeb Bush
Ben Carson
Chris Christie
Ted Cruz
Carly Fiorina
Jim Gilmore
Lindsey Graham
Mike Huckabee
Bobby Jindal
John Kasich
George Pataki
Rand Paul
Marco Rubio
Rick Santorum
Donald Trump
(Other)
(None of the above)
(Don't know)

Total
7%
18%
5%
8%
9%
*%
3%
4%
1%
2%
9%
26%
3%
1%
4%

Men
7%
18%
3%
8%
8%
*%
2%
3%
3%
10%
29%
4%
1%
2%

Women
6%
17%
6%
9%
11%
3%
4%
1%
2%
8%
23%
1%
1%
7%

Under
Age 45
5%
18%
7%
10%
8%
*%
3%
2%
4%
9%
27%
3%
3%

White
Men
6%
17%
3%
7%
9%
*%
3%
3%
3%
10%
30%
5%
1%
2%

45+
8%
17%
4%
7%
10%
2%
4%
1%
1%
10%
25%
3%
2%
5%

White
Women
5%
19%
5%
10%
10%
3%
5%
*%
2%
9%
23%
1%
1%
7%
Under
$50k
11%
21%
6%
8%
10%
1%
1%
2%
8%
25%
1%
1%
6%

College
Degree
5%
22%
3%
10%
9%
*%
3%
6%
2%
14%
18%
2%
1%
5%

$50k+
5%
15%
4%
9%
9%
*%
4%
5%
*%
3%
10%
27%
4%
2%
3%

No
Degree
8%
14%
6%
8%
10%
2%
1%
1%
2%
6%
32%
3%
2%
4%
White
Evan
5%
21%
3%
12%
8%
3%
1%
8%
29%
3%
1%
5%

Cons
5%
20%
3%
10%
10%
*%
3%
4%
1%
2%
11%
22%
3%
1%
5%

Rep
6%
18%
5%
9%
9%
*%
3%
3%
1%
2%
9%
27%
3%
1%
4%

29. [REPUBLICAN PRIMARY VOTERS] And which Republican would be your second choice?

Jeb Bush
Ben Carson
Chris Christie
Ted Cruz
Carly Fiorina
Jim Gilmore
Lindsey Graham
Mike Huckabee
Bobby Jindal
John Kasich
George Pataki
Rand Paul
Marco Rubio
Rick Santorum
Donald Trump
(Other)
(None of the above)
(Don't know)

Total
10%
13%
5%
6%
14%
*%
5%
1%
4%
4%
10%
*%
12%
2%
5%
8%

Jeb Bush
Ben Carson
Chris Christie
Ted Cruz
Carly Fiorina
Jim Gilmore
Lindsey Graham
Mike Huckabee
Bobby Jindal
John Kasich
George Pataki
Rand Paul
Marco Rubio
Rick Santorum
Donald Trump
(Other)
(None of the above)
(Don't know)

Total
10%
13%
5%
6%
14%
*%
5%
1%
4%
4%
10%
*%
12%
2%
5%
8%

Men
9%
14%
6%
7%
11%
1%
4%
1%
5%
6%
10%
14%
1%
6%
5%

Women
11%
13%
4%
6%
17%
6%
1%
3%
2%
10%
1%
11%
2%
4%
10%

Under
Age 45
14%
16%
7%
5%
10%
1%
4%
3%
7%
5%
15%
2%
5%
6%

White
Men
8%
15%
7%
8%
11%
1%
4%
2%
5%
6%
8%
14%
2%
5%
5%

45+
8%
12%
4%
8%
17%
5%
2%
5%
2%
13%
1%
10%
1%
5%
8%

White
Women
11%
14%
4%
5%
16%
5%
1%
3%
2%
11%
1%
12%
2%
4%
10%
Under
$50k
11%
11%
5%
4%
13%
7%
2%
4%
5%
10%
15%
2%
3%
9%

College
Degree
10%
12%
7%
5%
18%
1%
4%
3%
4%
2%
14%
*%
10%
1%
4%
7%

$50k+
11%
15%
6%
7%
14%
*%
4%
1%
4%
3%
9%
*%
11%
1%
6%
7%

No
Degree
11%
15%
4%
8%
11%
5%
4%
5%
7%
1%
13%
2%
6%
8%
White
Evan
10%
17%
4%
8%
12%
1%
6%
1%
1%
7%
9%
1%
11%
2%
3%
7%

Cons
8%
15%
5%
8%
16%
*%
5%
1%
4%
4%
10%
*%
12%
1%
4%
7%

Rep
11%
13%
5%
7%
15%
*%
5%
1%
4%
4%
9%
*%
12%
1%
4%
7%

30. Regardless of how you plan to vote, who do you believe will be the next president of the United States?

(Joe Biden)
(Jeb Bush)
(Ben Carson)
(Lincoln Chafee)
(Chris Christie)
(Hillary Clinton)
(Ted Cruz)
(Carly Fiorina)
(Jim Gilmore)
(Lindsey Graham)
(Mike Huckabee)
(Bobby Jindal)
(John Kasich)
(Larry Lessig)
(Martin O'Malley)
(George Pataki)
(Rand Paul)
(Marco Rubio)
(Bernie Sanders)
(Rick Santorum)
(Donald Trump)
(Scott Walker)
(Jim Webb)
(Other)
(Don't know)

Total
4%
4%
3%
1%
28%
2%
3%
*%
1%
*%
*%
2%
5%
20%
*%
*%
26%

(Joe Biden)
(Jeb Bush)
(Ben Carson)
(Lincoln Chafee)
(Chris Christie)
(Hillary Clinton)
(Ted Cruz)
(Carly Fiorina)
(Jim Gilmore)
(Lindsey Graham)
(Mike Huckabee)
(Bobby Jindal)
(John Kasich)
(Larry Lessig)
(Martin O'Malley)
(George Pataki)
(Rand Paul)
(Marco Rubio)
(Bernie Sanders)
(Rick Santorum)
(Donald Trump)
(Scott Walker)
(Jim Webb)
(Other)
(Don't know)

Total
4%
4%
3%
1%
28%
2%
3%
*%
1%
*%
*%
2%
5%
20%
*%
*%
26%

Dem
7%
2%
1%
52%
1%
1%
*%
1%
*%
11%
8%
*%
17%

Rep
1%
5%
6%
1%
10%
4%
5%
1%
1%
*%
4%
1%
32%
1%
*%
28%

Under
Age 35
4%
4%
3%
1%
27%
2%
1%
1%
1%
12%
24%
1%
1%
18%

Ind
4%
5%
3%
1%
20%
1%
4%
*%
3%
4%
22%
*%
1%
33%

35-54
5%
4%
3%
1%
29%
3%
2%
1%
*%
*%
1%
5%
21%
*%
*%
24%

Men
4%
5%
2%
1%
27%
2%
2%
*%
*%
3%
6%
22%
1%
*%
23%

55+
3%
3%
4%
*%
29%
1%
5%
1%
*%
1%
4%
1%
16%
*%
32%

Women
4%
2%
4%
*%
30%
2%
4%
*%
1%
*%
2%
5%
18%
*%
27%

65+
1%
1%
6%
1%
28%
1%
6%
1%
1%
4%
1%
14%
*%
36%

White
3%
4%
4%
1%
25%
2%
3%
*%
1%
2%
6%
22%
*%
*%
26%

Black
8%
2%
49%
2%
4%
2%
1%
4%
9%
19%

Under
$50k
4%
4%
1%
*%
34%
2%
4%
*%
1%
1%
1%
4%
20%
*%
22%

College
Degree
4%
4%
4%
*%
32%
2%
3%
1%
*%
2%
6%
17%
*%
*%
25%

$50k+
3%
4%
5%
1%
25%
2%
3%
*%
1%
3%
6%
20%
1%
*%
25%

Lib
6%
3%
2%
1%
42%
2%
*%
1%
*%
11%
13%
*%
18%

No
Degree
4%
3%
3%
1%
26%
2%
3%
*%
*%
*%
*%
3%
5%
22%
*%
*%
26%

Watch
Debate
4%
4%
3%
1%
28%
2%
3%
*%
1%
*%
*%
2%
5%
20%
*%
*%
26%

Cons
2%
4%
4%
1%
18%
4%
4%
1%
1%
*%
4%
1%
26%
1%
*%
28%

Tea
Party
*%
4%
4%
13%
5%
5%
1%
*%
*%
3%
33%
1%
30%

31. If the 2016 presidential election were held today, how would you vote if the candidates were:

Democrat Hillary Clinton


Republican Donald Trump
(Other)
(Wouldn't vote)
(Don't know)

Total
46%
42%
3%
7%
2%

Democrat Hillary Clinton


Republican Donald Trump
(Other)
(Wouldn't vote)
(Don't know)

Total
46%
42%
3%
7%
2%

Dem
85%
9%
1%
3%
1%

Rep
15%
75%
2%
7%
1%

Under
Age 35
54%
35%
4%
6%
*%

Ind
31%
37%
10%
16%
5%

35-54
44%
44%
2%
8%
2%

Men
39%
49%
4%
6%
2%

55+
43%
44%
3%
7%
3%

Women
52%
35%
2%
8%
2%

65+
39%
47%
3%
7%
4%

White
38%
49%
3%
8%
2%

Black
87%
9%
2%
1%
2%

Under
$50k
53%
35%
2%
7%
3%

College
Degree
48%
40%
2%
7%
2%

$50k+
41%
47%
3%
7%
1%

Lib
73%
18%
2%
6%
1%

No
Degree
45%
43%
4%
7%
2%

Watch
Debate
46%
42%
3%
7%
2%

Cons
22%
65%
3%
9%
2%

Tea
Party
13%
83%
1%
2%
1%

32. Which of the following potential 2016 presidential matchups would make you more worried that American
democracy is in trouble?

If the race were between


Democrat Hillary Clinton
and Republican Jeb Bush
If the race were between
Democrat Bernie Sanders
and Republican Donald
Trump
(Wouldn't vote)
(Don't know)

If the race were between


Democrat Hillary Clinton
and Republican Jeb Bush
If the race were between
Democrat Bernie Sanders
and Republican Donald
Trump
(Wouldn't vote)
(Don't know)

Total
39%

Dem
31%

Rep
47%

Ind
39%

Men
42%

Women
36%

White
43%

Black
26%

College
Degree
36%

No
Degree
41%

Watch
Debate
39%

53%

62%

47%

50%

50%

55%

49%

71%

57%

50%

53%

1%
7%

1%
6%

1%
5%

3%
8%

2%
6%

1%
8%

1%
7%

1%
2%

1%
6%

1%
7%

1%
7%

Total
39%

Under
Age 35
37%

35-54
41%

55+
38%

65+
42%

Under
$50k
36%

$50k+
41%

Lib
33%

Cons
47%

Tea
Party
57%

53%

56%

50%

54%

50%

55%

52%

60%

47%

36%

1%
7%

1%
6%

2%
7%

1%
8%

1%
7%

1%
7%

1%
6%

1%
6%

1%
5%

1%
5%

33. Democrats are planning to hold a total of six presidential debates among the candidates competing to be the
Democratic Partys nominee -- is that too many debates, too few debates or about the right number?

Too many
Too few
About right
(Don't know)

Total
27%
15%
53%
5%

Too many
Too few
About right
(Don't know)

Total
27%
15%
53%
5%

Dem
25%
11%
61%
3%

Rep
30%
17%
48%
5%

Under
Age 35
17%
21%
57%
5%

Ind
25%
18%
51%
6%

35-54
29%
12%
55%
4%

Men
29%
17%
50%
5%

55+
32%
13%
49%
6%

Women
26%
13%
57%
5%

65+
34%
12%
47%
6%

White
28%
15%
52%
5%

Black
23%
14%
59%
4%

Under
$50k
24%
15%
54%
7%

College
Degree
26%
17%
53%
4%

$50k+
30%
14%
53%
3%

Lib
24%
15%
57%
3%

No
Degree
28%
13%
54%
5%

Watch
Debate
27%
15%
53%
5%

Cons
30%
15%
51%
5%

Tea
Party
30%
15%
51%
4%

34. Republicans are planning to hold at least nine presidential debates among the candidates competing to be the
Republican Partys nominee -- is that too many debates, too few debates or about the right number?

Too many
Too few
About right
(Don't know)

Total
46%
6%
43%
5%

Too many
Too few
About right
(Don't know)

Total
46%
6%
43%
5%

Dem
53%
5%
37%
5%

Rep
41%
5%
51%
2%

Under
Age 35
36%
11%
50%
4%

Ind
43%
11%
41%
5%

35-54
46%
5%
42%
6%

Men
45%
6%
45%
4%

55+
53%
4%
40%
4%

Women
47%
6%
41%
6%

65+
50%
2%
43%
5%

White
44%
6%
46%
4%

Black
53%
4%
35%
8%

Under
$50k
43%
7%
43%
7%

College
Degree
46%
6%
46%
2%

$50k+
50%
5%
43%
2%

Lib
53%
7%
37%
3%

No
Degree
46%
6%
41%
7%

Watch
Debate
46%
6%
43%
5%

Cons
41%
6%
50%
3%

Tea
Party
38%
5%
53%
4%

35. Did you watch or listen to the Republican presidential candidate debates held last week at Ronald Reagan
Library in California?

Yes
(Yes, only the first
debate that was held
earlier)
(Yes, only the second
debate that was held
later)
(Yes, both debates)
No
(Don't know/Refused)

Yes
(Yes, only the first
debate that was held
earlier)
(Yes, only the second
debate that was held
later)
(Yes, both debates)
No
(Don't know/Refused)

Total
34%
5%

Dem
27%
4%

Rep
44%
5%

Ind
29%
6%

Men
37%
6%

Women
32%
3%

White
36%
4%

Black
28%
6%

College
Degree
38%
2%

No
Degree
32%
6%

Watch
Debate
34%
5%

4%

2%

4%

4%

4%

3%

4%

3%

6%

2%

4%

7%
49%
1%

7%
59%
1%

9%
38%
*%

6%
54%
1%

7%
45%
1%

8%
53%
*%

8%
47%
*%

2%
61%
-

11%
43%
-

5%
54%
1%

7%
49%
1%

Total
34%
5%

Under
Age 35
28%
5%

35-54
31%
5%

55+
42%
4%

65+
48%
4%

Under
$50k
28%
5%

$50k+
40%
4%

Lib
30%
5%

Cons
40%
4%

Tea
Party
53%
3%

4%

4%

4%

3%

2%

3%

4%

2%

6%

4%

7%
49%
1%

5%
56%
1%

8%
53%
*%

9%
42%
*%

10%
37%
-

6%
58%
1%

8%
43%
*%

7%
55%
1%

9%
41%
*%

7%
33%
-

36. Based on what you have heard or read about the debate, and setting aside which candidate you are supporting,
who do you think did the best job in the debates?

Jeb Bush
Ben Carson
Chris Christie
Ted Cruz
Carly Fiorina
Lindsey Graham
Mike Huckabee
Bobby Jindal
John Kasich
George Pataki
Rand Paul
Marco Rubio
Rick Santorum
Donald Trump
Scott Walker
(Other)
(None of the above)
(Don't know)

Total
5%
6%
2%
1%
27%
*%
1%
*%
2%
1%
5%
14%
2%
5%
29%

Jeb Bush
Ben Carson
Chris Christie
Ted Cruz
Carly Fiorina
Lindsey Graham
Mike Huckabee
Bobby Jindal
John Kasich
George Pataki
Rand Paul
Marco Rubio
Rick Santorum
Donald Trump
Scott Walker
(Other)
(None of the above)
(Don't know)

Total
5%
6%
2%
1%
27%
*%
1%
*%
2%
1%
5%
14%
2%
5%
29%

Dem
7%
5%
2%
1%
21%
*%
1%
4%
*%
5%
11%
3%
7%
34%

Rep
3%
8%
2%
2%
33%
2%
1%
*%
6%
20%
*%
4%
20%

Under
Age 35
8%
7%
1%
2%
18%
*%
1%
1%
2%
1%
5%
13%
1%
5%
37%

Ind
3%
3%
1%
2%
29%
1%
2%
4%
9%
3%
5%
37%

35-54
3%
6%
2%
2%
27%
2%
*%
2%
1%
3%
14%
2%
7%
29%

Men
5%
8%
3%
2%
26%
*%
1%
1%
1%
1%
5%
18%
2%
3%
26%

55+
4%
6%
2%
*%
33%
3%
*%
7%
15%
2%
4%
24%

Women
4%
4%
1%
1%
28%
1%
*%
3%
*%
6%
11%
2%
7%
32%

65+
3%
5%
1%
*%
33%
3%
1%
8%
18%
1%
3%
25%

White
4%
5%
2%
1%
30%
1%
*%
2%
1%
6%
15%
2%
5%
25%

Black
5%
7%
2%
1%
16%
1%
1%
3%
3%
11%
9%
41%

Under
$50k
5%
6%
1%
1%
19%
1%
*%
2%
*%
3%
19%
3%
5%
34%

College
Degree
5%
7%
3%
2%
33%
*%
*%
4%
1%
7%
9%
1%
4%
24%

$50k+
4%
6%
3%
1%
33%
*%
1%
*%
2%
1%
6%
12%
1%
5%
24%

Lib
7%
6%
2%
1%
25%
*%
1%
3%
*%
4%
12%
3%
6%
30%

No
Degree
4%
6%
1%
1%
23%
1%
1%
1%
*%
4%
18%
2%
6%
33%

Watch
Debate
5%
6%
2%
1%
27%
*%
1%
*%
2%
1%
5%
14%
2%
5%
29%

Cons
3%
7%
2%
2%
32%
1%
*%
1%
*%
7%
16%
1%
4%
24%

Tea
Party
4%
4%
37%
3%
*%
2%
7%
22%
1%
*%
18%

37. Based on what you have heard or read about the debate, and setting aside which candidate you are supporting,
who do you think did the worst job in the debates?

Jeb Bush
Ben Carson
Chris Christie
Ted Cruz
Carly Fiorina
Lindsey Graham
Mike Huckabee
Bobby Jindal
John Kasich
George Pataki
Rand Paul
Marco Rubio
Rick Santorum
Donald Trump
Scott Walker
(Other)
(None of the above)
(Don't know)

Total
7%
4%
3%
2%
3%
1%
2%
1%
1%
1%
4%
2%
*%
26%
1%
3%
4%
36%

Jeb Bush
Ben Carson
Chris Christie
Ted Cruz
Carly Fiorina
Lindsey Graham
Mike Huckabee
Bobby Jindal
John Kasich
George Pataki
Rand Paul
Marco Rubio
Rick Santorum
Donald Trump
Scott Walker
(Other)
(None of the above)
(Don't know)

Total
7%
4%
3%
2%
3%
1%
2%
1%
1%
1%
4%
2%
*%
26%
1%
3%
4%
36%

Dem
6%
3%
2%
3%
3%
1%
2%
1%
*%
2%
1%
*%
34%
1%
4%
5%
33%

Rep
9%
5%
4%
1%
3%
1%
2%
1%
2%
1%
8%
2%
*%
20%
1%
2%
4%
33%

Under
Age 35
7%
3%
2%
*%
5%
1%
1%
*%
1%
2%
2%
31%
*%
3%
4%
37%

Ind
5%
2%
5%
1%
3%
1%
*%
*%
1%
2%
3%
3%
22%
2%
3%
2%
44%

35-54
8%
5%
4%
1%
3%
1%
2%
1%
2%
1%
3%
2%
*%
22%
2%
3%
4%
36%

Men
12%
5%
3%
3%
3%
2%
1%
*%
1%
1%
4%
3%
*%
21%
2%
2%
3%
35%

55+
6%
4%
3%
3%
2%
1%
2%
1%
1%
*%
7%
1%
*%
25%
2%
3%
3%
35%

Women
3%
3%
3%
1%
4%
1%
2%
1%
1%
*%
4%
*%
*%
30%
1%
3%
4%
36%

65+
6%
4%
3%
2%
2%
2%
2%
1%
1%
10%
1%
1%
24%
1%
2%
3%
35%

White
9%
4%
3%
1%
3%
1%
1%
1%
1%
1%
5%
2%
*%
24%
2%
3%
4%
34%

Black
3%
6%
2%
3%
3%
2%
2%
1%
*%
1%
1%
30%
1%
1%
4%
41%

Under
$50k
8%
3%
3%
1%
3%
1%
1%
2%
1%
1%
2%
2%
25%
1%
3%
3%
40%

College
Degree
5%
4%
4%
3%
4%
1%
2%
1%
2%
*%
5%
1%
*%
28%
2%
3%
4%
30%

$50k+
7%
5%
3%
3%
4%
1%
2%
*%
2%
1%
6%
1%
*%
25%
2%
2%
5%
31%

Lib
8%
3%
3%
1%
4%
*%
2%
2%
1%
1%
1%
33%
1%
4%
4%
32%

No
Degree
9%
3%
3%
1%
3%
1%
1%
1%
1%
1%
4%
2%
*%
24%
1%
3%
4%
39%

Watch
Debate
7%
4%
3%
2%
3%
1%
2%
1%
1%
1%
4%
2%
*%
26%
1%
3%
4%
36%

Cons
7%
4%
3%
2%
3%
2%
1%
*%
2%
1%
8%
2%
*%
21%
2%
2%
4%
34%

Tea
Party
13%
6%
8%
2%
1%
2%
1%
6%
5%
15%
4%
6%
31%

46. Regardless of how you plan to vote, which of the following better describes how you feel about Donald
Trump's comments on the campaign trail?

He is too mean and blunt


to be president
He tells it like it is,
and we need that now in
a president
(Don't know)

He is too mean and blunt


to be president
He tells it like it is,
and we need that now in
a president
(Don't know)

Total
49%

Dem
69%

Rep
34%

Ind
42%

Men
42%

Women
55%

White
46%

Black
65%

College
Degree
57%

No
Degree
44%

Watch
Debate
49%

44%

22%

62%

50%

50%

38%

47%

26%

38%

47%

44%

7%

9%

4%

9%

8%

7%

6%

8%

5%

9%

7%

Total
49%

Under
Age 35
54%

35-54
46%

55+
48%

65+
47%

Under
$50k
47%

$50k+
51%

Lib
64%

Cons
36%

Tea
Party
20%

44%

39%

47%

44%

45%

44%

45%

28%

59%

74%

7%

7%

7%

8%

8%

9%

5%

8%

5%

5%

47. [REPUBLICAN PRIMARY VOTERS] Since the 2014 midterm election, do you think the Republican majorities in the
U.S. House and Senate have done all they could to block or reverse Barack Obama's agenda?

Yes
No
(Don't know)

Total
30%
66%
4%

Yes
No
(Don't know)

Total
30%
66%
4%

Men
31%
68%
1%

Women
30%
64%
6%

Under
Age 45
34%
62%
4%

White
Men
32%
66%
2%

White
Women
28%
66%
7%
Under
$50k
32%
62%
5%

45+
28%
69%
4%

College
Degree
33%
66%
1%

No
Degree
28%
67%
5%
White
Evan
26%
67%
6%

$50k+
30%
67%
3%

Cons
27%
71%
3%

Rep
30%
66%
4%

48. [REPUBLICAN PRIMARY VOTERS] [IF NO, ASK:] And why do you think that is? Is it mainly because...

They didn't really want


to block Obama's agenda.
They aren't smart enough
to block Obama's agenda.
They would rather fight
each other
(Other/Mix)
(Don't know)

They didn't really want


to block Obama's agenda.
They aren't smart enough
to block Obama's agenda.
They would rather fight
each other
(Other/Mix)
(Don't know)

Total
28%

Men
30%

Women
27%

White
Men
30%

White
Women
28%

College
Degree
27%

No
Degree
29%

13%

11%

15%

11%

12%

13%

13%

38%

42%

33%

40%

35%

33%

42%

13%
8%

10%
7%

15%
10%

12%
7%

16%
9%

17%
10%

10%
7%

Total
28%

Age
45+
24%

$50k+
27%

White
Evan
35%

Cons
30%

Rep
28%

13%

16%

11%

13%

11%

14%

38%

39%

38%

33%

37%

38%

13%
8%

14%
7%

14%
10%

11%
8%

13%
8%

11%
8%

49. Would you say you feel betrayed by politicians from your political party, or not?

Yes
No
(No party/independent)
(Don't know)

Total
51%
40%
3%
5%

Yes
No
(No party/independent)
(Don't know)

Total
51%
40%
3%
5%

Dem
39%
54%
1%
6%

Rep
60%
36%
1%
3%

Under
Age 35
49%
44%
3%
4%

Ind
60%
25%
10%
5%

35-54
49%
41%
4%
6%

Men
53%
39%
4%
4%

55+
56%
37%
2%
5%

Women
50%
42%
2%
6%

65+
61%
32%
1%
7%

White
55%
37%
3%
5%

Black
40%
54%
2%
5%

Under
$50k
54%
37%
2%
6%

College
Degree
50%
43%
2%
4%

$50k+
50%
43%
3%
4%

Lib
44%
48%
2%
6%

No
Degree
52%
39%
4%
6%

Watch
Debate
51%
40%
3%
5%

Cons
61%
33%
2%
4%

Tea
Party
65%
31%
1%
3%

50. How concerned are you that scandals would have a serious effect on Hillary Clinton's administration if she
were elected president?

Very concerned
Somewhat concerned
Not very concerned
Not at all concerned
(Don't know)

Total
40%
22%
15%
20%
3%

Very concerned
Somewhat concerned
Not very concerned
Not at all concerned
(Don't know)

Total
40%
22%
15%
20%
3%

Dem
19%
28%
23%
28%
2%

Rep
62%
16%
9%
11%
2%

Under
Age 35
36%
30%
18%
14%
2%

Ind
40%
22%
12%
23%
3%

35-54
37%
22%
13%
25%
3%

Men
42%
22%
13%
20%
2%

55+
46%
17%
15%
19%
3%

Women
39%
22%
17%
19%
3%

65+
51%
17%
9%
19%
3%

White
45%
22%
15%
16%
2%

Black
20%
22%
17%
36%
6%

Under
$50k
37%
23%
12%
24%
4%

College
Degree
41%
21%
17%
20%
2%

$50k+
44%
21%
17%
17%
1%

Lib
24%
26%
21%
28%
2%

No
Degree
40%
23%
14%
20%
3%

Watch
Debate
40%
22%
15%
20%
3%

Cons
56%
18%
9%
14%
3%

Tea
Party
71%
10%
3%
13%
3%

51. Do you think Hillary Clinton is lying about how her emails were handled while she was secretary of state?

Yes
No
(Don't know)

Total
58%
32%
10%

Yes
No
(Don't know)

Total
58%
32%
10%

Dem
31%
57%
12%

Rep
82%
12%
6%

Under
Age 35
59%
27%
14%

Ind
64%
25%
12%

35-54
61%
33%
6%

Men
65%
25%
10%

55+
55%
33%
11%

Women
52%
37%
10%

65+
58%
33%
9%

White
65%
27%
8%

Black
26%
58%
16%

Under
$50k
51%
35%
14%

College
Degree
62%
32%
6%

$50k+
63%
30%
7%

Lib
40%
48%
12%

No
Degree
55%
31%
14%

Watch
Debate
58%
32%
10%

Cons
77%
17%
6%

Tea
Party
89%
9%
2%