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Judicial Watch-Breitbart Poll – Analysis – 11.7.2014

Judicial Watch-Breitbart Poll – Analysis – 11.7.2014

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TO:   Judicial Watch and Breitbart 
Compared prior administrations, you think the federal government (ROTATED) more corrupt, less corrupt, equally corrupt? 
   
FROM:  Kellyanne Conway, President CEO 

44% 

12% 

40% 

38% 

12% 

46% 

MORE CORRUPT

LESS CORRUPT

EQUALLY
CORRUPT Gender 

MEN

WOMEN

64% 

25% 

14% 

63% 

15% 

40% 

12% 

28% 

23% 

15% 

30% 

58% 

53% 

33% 

56% 

43% 

CONSERVATIVES

MODERATES

LIBERALS

REPUBLICANS

DEMOCRATS

INDEPENDENTS Ideology and Party 

MORE CORRUPT

LESS CORRUPT

EQUALLY CORRUPT

  the polling company, inc./WomanTrend 

24% 

67% 

32% 

61% 

24% 

67% 

27% 

64% 

NOT PROBLEM

SOMEWHAT PROBLEM

SERIOUS PROBLEM Region 

NORTHEAST

MIDWEST

SOUTH

WEST

71% 

56% 

71% 

57% 

68% 

54% 

20% 

36% 

22% 

35% 

24% 

35% 

REP

DEM

REP

DEM

REP

DEM Voter Selection 

VERY SERIOUS PROBLEM

SOMEWHAT PROBLEM

NOT PROBLEM

     U.S. HOUSE          U.S. SENATE                   GOVERNOR 
 

 
DATE:  November 2014 
 
43% EQUALLY CORRUPT/SAME 
 
RE:  2014 Post-Election Survey Data and Analysis 
10% 

36% 

51% 

14% 

55% 

25% 

12% 

49% 

34% 

BETTER JOB

ABOUT THE SAME

WORSE JOB

CORRUPTION SERIOUS PROBLEM

CORRUPTION SOMEWHAT PROBLEM

CORRUPTION NOT PROBLEM

41% MORE CORRUPT 
11% 

13% 

29% 

12% 

42% 

39% 

45% 

40% 

50% 

62% 

42% 

48% 

38% 

49% 

15% 

21% 

TOTAL

MEN

WOMEN

WHITE

BLACK

HISPANIC

BETTER JOB

ABOUT THE SAME

WORSE JOB Gender and Race 

18% 

31% 

28% 

16% 

70% 

33% 

13% 

75% 

15% 

37% 

19% 

42% 

53% 

17% 

52% 

40% 

CONSERVATIVE

MODERATE

LIBERAL

REPUBLICAN

DEMOCRAT

INDEPENDENT

MORE TRANSPARENT

LESS TRANSPARENT

STAYED THE SAME

12% LESS CORRUPT NOT CORRUPT/NONE THE ABOVE (VOL.) 
 
METHODOLOGY 
 
the polling company, inc./WomanTrend pleased present Judicial Watch and Breitbart this analysis findings questions added post-election nationwide telephone survey 806 actual voters. NOT KNOW/CANNOT JUDGE (VOL.) 
11% 

10% 

14% 

15% 

18% 

19% 

15% 

40% 

27% 

70% 

69% 

75% 

45% 

51% 

MEN

WOMEN

WHITE

BLACK

HISPANIC

VERY BIG BURDEN

SOMEWHAT BURDEN

NOT ALL BURDEN Gender and Race 

16% 

16% 

11% 

10% 

27% 

18% 

19% 

17% 

14% 

21% 

57% 

65% 

75% 

74% 

72% 

66% 

18-24

25-34

35-44

45-54

55-64

65+

VERY BIG BURDEN

SOMEWHAT BURDEN Age REFUSED (VOL.) 

 
THOSE MOST LIKELY THINK THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT LESS CORRUPT (12% OVERALL): 
50% 

50% 

49% 

53% 

44% 

41% 

30% 

31% 

29% 

29% 

32% 

38% 

11% 

12% 

11% 

10% 

15% 

12% 

TOTAL

MEN

WOMEN

WHITE

BLACK

HISPANIC

CHANGE SLOW RATE

STICK CURRENT LAW/RATE

CHANGE INCREASE RATE Gender and Race 
32% 

58%

10%

20%

30%

40%

50%

60%

70% not know/cannot judge should change immigration law provide
legal status illegal immigrants present the
United States should enforce current laws that require
illegal immigrants return their home
countries

Which statement better reflects your views the issue illegal immigration? (READ AND ROTATED)  

44% 

29% 

32% 

29% 

35% 

29% 

49% 

61% 

57% 

62% 

57% 

57% 

18-24

25-34

35-44

45-54

55-64

65+

CHANGE CURRENT LAW

ENFORCE CURRENT LAW Age 

32% 

30% 

34% 

25% 

57% 

53% 

58% 

62% 

54% 

64% 

35% 

32% 

TOTAL

MEN

WOMEN

WHITE

BLACK

HISPANIC

CHANGE CURRENT LAW

ENFORCE CURRENT LAW Gender and Race 

13% 

36% 

64% 

12% 

56% 

31% 

78% 

51% 

27% 

79% 

32% 

60% 

CONSERVATIVES

MODERATES

LIBERALS

REPUBLICANS

DEMOCRATS

INDEPENDENTS Ideology and Party 

CHANGE CURRENT LAW

ENFORCE CURRENT LAW

27% 

33% 

23% 

52% 

60% 

32% 

31% 

26% 

33% 

67% 

60% 

71% 

38% 

32% 

59% 

63% 

68% 

61% 

MEN

WOMEN

WHITE

BLACK

HISPANIC

N'EAST

MIDWEST

SOUTH

WEST Race and Region 

AGREE

DISAGREE 

58% 

53% 

55% 

90% 

33% 

89% 

37% 

89% 

35% 

REP

DEM

REP

DEM

REP

DEM Voter Selection 

AGREE

DISAGREE

 Voted Obama 2012 (25%) 

 Blacks (23%) 

 Midwesterners (18%) 

 Post-graduates (185) 

 Hispanics (17%) 

 All 806 interviews were collected Election Day, November 2014, Computer-Assisted Telephone Interviewing (CATI) facility using live callers.  The sample frame consisted randomly-selected nationwide voter households.  

15% 

13% 

19% 

30% 

84% 

84% 

76% 

65% 

LESS THAN
H.S./H.S.

SOME
COLLEGE

COLLEGE

POST
GRADUATE

AGREE

DISAGREE Education 

THOSE MOST LIKELY THINK THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT MORE CORRUPT (41% OVERALL): 

28% 

28% 

28% 

23% 

50% 

39% 

66% 

66% 

65% 

71% 

41% 

57% 

TOTAL

MEN

WOMEN

WHITE

BLACK

HISPANIC

AGREE

DISAGREE Gender and Race 
18% 

29% 

42%

10%

15%

20%

25%

30%

35%

40%

45%

Leave Obamacare as-is

Make major fixes Obamacare

Make minor fixes Obamacare

Repeal Obamacare and replace with
something better

Which these approaches the health care law you prefer:  
(READ AND ROTATED)  

11% 

38% 

51% 

10% 

24% 

51% 

85% 

53% 

42% 

86% 

70% 

40% 

CONSERVATIVES

MODERATES

LIBERALS

REPUBLICANS

INDEPENDENTS

DEMOCRATS Ideology and Party 

AGREE

DISAGREE

72% 

73% 

69% 

20% 

18% 

20% 

U.S. HOUSE

SENATE

GOVERNOR

Voters who voted Republican for 

REPEAL AND REPLACE

MAJOR FIXES

MINOR FIXES

LEAVE AS-IS

10% 

12% 

11% 

15% 

16% 

15% 

55% 

56% 

52% 

16% 

13% 

17% 

U.S. HOUSE

SENATE

GOVERNOR

Voters who voted Democrat for 

REPEAL AND REPLACE

MAJOR FIXES

MINOR FIXES

LEAVE AS-IS

 Voted Romney 2012 (65%) 

 less (54%) 

 Whites (47%) 

 Dads (45%) 

 Southerners (45%) 

 Protestants (49%) 

33% 

56% 

53% 

23% 

69% 

51% 

29% 

73% 

32% 

56% 

CONSERVATIVE

MODERATE

LIBERAL

REPUBLICAN

DEMOCRAT

INDEPENDENT Party and Ideology 

MORE GUN CONTROL

BETTER ENFORCEMENT 

49% 

10% 

47% 

10% 

46% 

72% 

36% 

70% 

38% 

70% 

38% 

REP

DEM

REP

DEM

REP

DEM Voter Selection 

MORE GUN CONTROL

BETTER ENFORCEMENT

     U.S. HOUSE          U.S. SENATE                   GOVERNOR 
 

37% 

43% 

40% 

47% 

37% 

30% 

43% 

43% 

61% 

53% 

58% 

50% 

58% 

68% 

56% 

50% 

MALE

FEMALE

18-24

25-34

35-44

45-54

55-64

65+

AGREE

DISAGREE  Gender and Age 

33% 

37% 

39% 

45% 

41% 

38% 

43% 

37% 

59% 

61% 

57% 

53% 

53% 

60% 

55% 

61%
LESS

SOME
COLL

COLLEGE

POST
GRAD