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Judicial Watch/Breitbart 
 
National Post-Election Survey 806 Actual Voters 
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TOPLINE DATA 
 
Field Date: November 2014 
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Margin Error: 3.5% 
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**PLEASE NOTE: Response categories may not equal 100% due rounding** 
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100% YES (CONTINUED) 
 
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72% VOTED THE POLLS TODAY 
 
28% TOTAL VOTED BEFORE ELECTION DAY (NET) 
12% ALREADY VOTED THE POLLS PRIOR TODAY 
16% ALREADY VOTED MAIL ABSENTEE BALLOT ensure that interview representative number people, may please ask into which the following categories your age falls? (READ CHOICES) 18-24  
14% 25-34 
13% 35-44 
19% 45-54 
21% 55-64 
22% OLDER REFUSED (VOL.) And, which the following best describes your racial ethnic background? (READ AND ROTATED.) 

 
75% WHITE CAUCASIAN  
12% AFRICAN-AMERICAN BLACK HISPANIC LATINO ASIAN PACIFIC ISLANDER  NATIVE AMERICAN  MIDDLE EASTERN  MULTI-RACIAL OTHER (DO  NOT READ) NOT KNOW (VOL.) REFUSED (THANK AND TERMINATE) Region (RECORDED STATE, GROUP CENSUS REGION) 

 
21% NORTHEAST (CT, ME, MA, NH, RI, VT, NJ, NY, PA) 
24% MIDWEST (IN, IL, MI, OH, WI, IA, KS, MN, MO, NE, ND, SD) 
33% SOUTH (DE, DC, FL, GA, MD, NC, SC, VA, WV, AL, KY, MS, TN, AR, LA, OK, TX) 
22% WEST (AZ, ID, NM, MT, UT, NV, WY, AK, CA, HI, OR, WA) Gender (RECORDED OBSERVATION) 

 
49% MALE 
51% FEMALE 
 
BALLOTS todays election for United States House Representatives, did you vote for (ROTATED) the Republican candidate, the Democratic candidate, the Independent Third Party candidate? 

 
50% REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE 
43% DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE INDEPENDENT/THIRD PARTY CANDIDATE DID NOT VOTE FOR U.S. HOUSE, BUT VOTED FOR OTHER OFFICES (ASKED THOSE VOTED REPUBLICAN NATIONAL HOUSE BALLOT) (n=400) Was your vote for the Republican candidate? (READ AND ROTATED) 

 
40% MOSTLY SUPPORT THE REPUBLICAN AGENDA 
31% MOSTLY AGAINST PRESIDENT OBAMA AND THE DEMOCRATIC AGENDA NEITHER/OTHER (VOL.) 
20% BOTH (VOL.) NOT KNOW (VOL.)  REFUSED (VOL.) (ASKED THOSE WHO VOTED DEMOCRAT NATIONAL HOUSE BALLOT) (n=348) Was your vote for the Democratic candidate? (READ AND ROTATED) 
 
45% MOSTLY SUPPORT THE DEMOCRATIC AGENDA AND PRESIDENT OBAMA 
26% MOSTLY AGAINST THE REPUBLICAN AGENDA 
 
12% NEITHER/OTHER (VOL.) 
15% BOTH (VOL.) NOT KNOW (VOL.)  REFUSED (VOL.) When did you make your decision about whom vote for U.S. Congress this year? (READ AND ROTATED TOP BOTTOM, BOTTOM TOP) 

 
35% DURING THE SUMMER BEFORE THE SUMMER 
11% SEPTEMBER 
10% EARLY OCTOBER 
12% DURING THE FINAL TWO WEEKS THE ELECTION ELECTION DAY THE DAY/WEEKEND BEFORE ELECTION DAY 
 
11% ALWAYS VOTE REPUBLICAN  
10% ALWAYS VOTE DEMOCRAT NOT KNOW/CANNOT REMEMBER (VOLUNTEERED)  REFUSED (VOLUNTEERED) 
 
  
10. (ASKED AMONG THOSE AL, AK, AR, CO, DE, GA, HI, ID, IL, IA, KS, KY, LA, ME, MA, MI, MN, MS, MT, NE, NH, NJ, NM, NC, OK, OR, RI, SC, SD, TN, TX, VA, WV, WY) (n=412) todays election for United States Senate, did you vote for (ROTATED) the Republican candidate, the Democratic candidate, the Independent Third Party candidate? 

 
53% REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE 
42% DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE INDEPENDENT/THIRD PARTY CANDIDATE DID NOT VOTE FOR U.S. SENATE, BUT VOTED FOR OTHER OFFICES 
 
11. (ASK ONLY AMONG THOSE AL, AK, AZ, AR, CA, CO, CT, FL, GA, HI, ID, IL, IA, KS, ME, MD, MA, MI, MN, NE, NV, NH, NM, NY, OH, OK, OR, PA, RI, SC, SD, TN, TX, VT, WI, WY) (n=601) todays election for Governor your state, did you vote for (ROTATED) the Republican candidate, the Democratic candidate, the Independent Third Party candidate?   

 
48% REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE 
46% DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE INDEPENDENT/THIRD PARTY CANDIDATE DID NOT VOTE FOR U.S. SENATE, BUT VOTED FOR OTHER OFFICES 
 
12. When you cast your vote this election, compared past elections were you more: (READ AND RANDOMIZED.  ACCEPTED MULTIPLE RESPONSES.) 

 
30% FRUSTRATED 
28% CONCERNED 
25% INFORMED 
20% HOPEFUL 
15% DETERMINED 
13% ANGRY EXCITED INDIFFERENT NERVOUS NONE THE ABOVE (VOL.) NOT KNOW (VOL.)  REFUSED (VOL.) 
 
 
  
ISSUE IMPORTANCE 
 
13. When deciding which candidate support for United States House Representatives, which the following issues was most important you: (READ AND RANDOMIZED. ACCEPTED ONLY ONE. RESPONDENT NAMED MULTIPLES, PROBED: Which was MOST important you?) 

 
20% THE ECONOMY AND JOBS EDUCATION HEALTH CARE/OBAMACARE GOVERNMENT SPENDING GOVERNMENT PROGRAMS LIKE SOCIAL SECURITY, MEDICARE, AND MEDICAID NATIONAL SECURITY/TERRORISM IMMIGRATION TAXES ABORTION, PRO-LIFE ETHICS/REFORM FOREIGN POLICY THE ENVIRONMENT ABORTION, PRO-CHOICE ENERGY OTHER, SPECIFIED (VOL.) (RECORD VERBATIM) 
 
15% ALL THE ABOVE (VOL.) NONE THE ABOVE (VOL.) NOT KNOW (VOL.) 
 
 
  
14. Thinking about guns and Second Amendment rights, you think ought have (ROTATED) more gun control better enforcement existing gun laws? 

 
28% MORE GUN CONTROL 
55% BETTER ENFORCEMENT EXISTING GUN LAWS BOTH (VOL.) NEITHER (VOL.) NOT KNOW/CANNOT JUDGE (VOL.)  REFUSED (VOL.) 
 
2016 
 
15. Which your favorite Clinton: (ROTATED) Bill Clinton Hillary Clinton?  

 
37% BILL CLINTON 
16% HILLARY CLINTON 
 
10% BOTH (VOL.) 
34% NEITHER (VOL.) NOT KNOW/CANNOT JUDGE (VOL.)  REFUSED (VOL.) 
 
16. Thinking ahead the 2016 Presidential electionwould you vote for candidate that will (ROTATED) mostly continue follow and carry out President Obamas policies mostly new and different direction? 

 
67% MOSTLY NEW AND DIFFERENT DIRECTION 
24% MOSTLY CONTINUE FOLLOW AND CARRY OUT OBAMA POLICIES NOT KNOW/CANNOT JUDGE (VOL.)  REFUSED (VOL.) 
 
  
17. Hillary Clinton runs for President 2016, which the following best describes how likely you would vote for her?  (READ AND ROTATED TOP BOTTOM AND BOTTOM TOP) 

 
44% TOTAL DEFINITELY/PROBABLY WOULD VOTE FOR HILLARY CLINTON (NET) 
21% WOULD DEFINITELY VOTE FOR HILLARY CLINTON, MATTER WHO RUNS AGAINST HER 
23% WOULD PROBABLY VOTE FOR HILLARY CLINTON, BUT DEPENDS WHO RUNS AGAINST HER 
 
50% TOTAL DEFINITELY/PROBABLY WOULD VOTE AGAINST HILLARY CLINTON (NET) 
15% WOULD PROBABLY VOTE AGAINST HILLARY CLINTON, BUT DEPENDS WHO RUNS AGAINST HER 
35% WOULD DEFINITELY VOTE AGAINST HILLARY CLINTON, MATTER WHO RUNS AGAINST HER NOT KNOW (VOL.) REFUSED (VOL.) 
 
18. (ASKED THOSE VOTED REPUBLICAN NATIONAL HOUSE BALLOT) (n=400) Thinking ahead 2016..would you (ROTATED) prefer that Jeb Bush becomes the next President prefer that new generation Republican leaders step forward? 

 
68% PREFER NEW GENERATION REPUBLICAN LEADERS 
13% PREFER JEB BUSH 
 
17% NOT KNOW/CANNOT JUDGE (VOL.) REFUSED (VOL.) (ASKED THOSE WHO VOTED DEMOCRAT NATIONAL HOUSE BALLOT) (n=348) Thinking ahead 2016..would you (ROTATED) prefer that Hillary Clinton becomes the next President prefer that new generation Democratic leaders step forward? 
 
47% PREFER HILLARY CLINTON 
36% PREFER NEW GENERATION DEMOCRATIC LEADERS 
 
15% NOT KNOW/CANNOT JUDGE (VOL.) REFUSED (VOL.) 
 
  
CORRUPTION/GOOD GOVERNMENT  
19. Thinking about Washington, DC, how big problem corruption? (ROTATED TOP-TO-BOTTOM AND BOTTOM-TO-TOP) 

 
92% TOTAL VERY/SOMEWHAT SERIOUS PROBLEM (NET) 
65% VERY SERIOUS PROBLEM 
27% SOMEWHAT PROBLEM NOT ALL PROBLEM NOT KNOW/CANNOT JUDGE (VOL.)  REFUSED (VOL.) 
  
20. Compared prior administrations, you think the federal government (ROTATED) more corrupt, less corrupt, equally corrupt? 

 
43% EQUALLY CORRUPT/SAME 
41% MORE CORRUPT 
12% LESS CORRUPT NOT CORRUPT/NONE THE ABOVE (VOL.) NOT KNOW/CANNOT JUDGE (VOL.)  REFUSED (VOL.) 
 
21. Compared past presidential administrations, the federal government doing (ROTATED) better job worse job investigating and prosecuting corruption Washington, D.C., have they done about the same job? (PROBED: And would that MUCH SOMEWHAT better/worse job?) (Accept "about the same/no difference" volunteered response)  

 
11% TOTAL BETTER JOB (NET) MUCH BETTER JOB SOMEWHAT BETTER JOB 
 
42% ABOUT THE SAME/NO DIFFERENCE 
 
43% TOTAL WORSE JOB (NET) 
13% SOMEWHAT WORSE JOB 
29% MUCH WORSE JOB NOT KNOW/CANNOT JUDGE (VOL.)  REFUSED (VOL.) 
 
  
22. When campaigning for the presidency 2008, Barack Obama promised have the most transparent government history. Over the past six years, you think public access information and the workings the federal government have become (READ AND ROTATED) 

 
46% LESS TRANSPARENT  
34% STAYED ABOUT THE SAME  
16% MORE TRANSPARENT NOT KNOW/CANNOT JUDGE (VOL.)  REFUSED (VOL.) 
 
BALLOT INTEGRITY/VOTER FRAUD 
 
Switching topics now 
 
23. you think voter fraud United States elections is...(READ AND ROTATED CHOICES) 

 
35% MAJOR PROBLEM 
39% MINOR PROBLEM 
22% NOT ALL PROBLEM NOT KNOW/CANNOT JUDGE (VOL.)  REFUSED (VOL.) 
 
24. Americans are required show photo (I-D) many circumstances everyday life, like when opening bank account, boarding airplane, renting hotel room, visiting many office buildings.  How much burden you think for Americans produce photo before voting (ROTATEDD) very big burden, somewhat burden, not all burden? 

 
11% VERY BIG BURDEN 
19% SOMEWHAT BURDEN 
69% NOT ALL BURDEN NOT KNOW/CANNOT JUDGE (VOL.)  REFUSED (VOL.) 
 
25. you may know, order prevent voter fraud, some states have passed laws that require voters present photo (I-D) before casting ballot. you think (ROTATED) mostly fair mostly unfair require voters show photo before they can vote election? 

  
76% MOSTLY FAIR 
21% MOSTLY UNFAIR NOT KNOW/CANNOT JUDGE (VOL.)  REFUSED (VOL.) 
  
OBAMACARE 
 
26. The IRS responsible for implementing certain parts the Obamacare law, such the requirement that individuals maintain health insurance. you (ROTATED) agree disagree that the IRS should collect information from taxpayers about their health insurance?  (PROBED: And would that STRONGLY SOMEWHAT agree/disagree?) 

 
28% TOTAL AGREE (NET) 
15% STRONGLY AGREE 
13% SOMEWHAT AGREE 
 
66% TOTAL DISAGREE (NET) SOMEWHAT DISAGREE 
56% STRONGLY DISAGREE NOT KNOW/CANNOT JUDGE (VOL.)  REFUSED (VOL.) 
 
27. Which these approaches the health care law you prefer: (READ AND ROTATED)    

42% REPEAL OBAMACARE AND REPLACE WITH SOMETHING BETTER 
18% MAKE MAJOR FIXES OBAMACARE 
29% MAKE MINOR FIXES OBAMACARE LEAVE OBAMACARE AS-IS NONE THE ABOVE (VOL.) NOT KNOW/CANNOT JUDGE (VOL.)  REFUSED (VOL.) 
 
  
LEGAL IMMIGRATION 
 
28. Thinking about the rate legal immigration: There are currently million recorded immigrants living the United States. Every year, the U.S. admits one million new immigrants and 700,000 new temporary foreign workers.  Which these statements you agree with most? 

 
50% SHOULD CHANGE CURRENT IMMIGRATION LAW SLOW THE RATE IMMIGRATION  
30% SHOULD STICK WITH CURRENT LAW AND RATE IMMIGRATION 
11% SHOULD CHANGE CURRENT IMMIGRATION LAW INCREASE THE RATE IMMIGRATION NOT KNOW/CANNOT JUDGE (VOL.) REFUSED (VOL.) 
 
ILLEGAL IMMIGRATION 
 
29. Which statement better reflects your views the issue illegal immigration? (READ AND ROTATED)  

 
58% SHOULD ENFORCE CURRENT LAWS THAT REQUIRE ILLEGAL IMMIGRANTS RETURN THEIR HOME COUNTRIES 
32% SHOULD CHANGE IMMIGRATION LAW PROVIDE LEGAL STATUS ILLEGAL IMMIGRANTS PRESENT THE UNITED STATES NOT KNOW/CANNOT JUDGE (VOL.) REFUSED (VOL.) 
 
30. Some states allow illegal aliens receive discounted in-state tuition rates, subsidized taxpayers, for state-run colleges and universities. you agree disagree with this policy? (PROBED: And would that STRONGLY SOMEWHAT agree/disagree?) 

 
20% TOTAL AGREE (NET) 
10% STRONGLY AGREE 
10% SOMEWHAT AGREE 
 
76% TOTAL DISAGREE (NET) 
11% SOMEWHAT DISAGREE 
65% STRONGLY DISAGREE NOT KNOW/CANNOT JUDGE (VOL.) REFUSED (VOL.) 
 
  
OBAMA AMNESTY PROPOSAL 
 
31. you (ROTATED) agree disagree that President Obama should, through executive action, allow illegal immigrants remain the United States? (PROBED: And would that STRONGLY SOMEWHAT agree/disagree?) 

 
30% TOTAL AGREE (NET) 
16% STRONGLY AGREE 
14% SOMEWHAT AGREE 
 
63% TOTAL DISAGREE (NET) 
10% SOMEWHAT DISAGREE 
53% STRONGLY DISAGREE NOT KNOW/CANNOT JUDGE (VOL.)  REFUSED (VOL.) 
 
32. President Obama planning issue executive order after the election that would give millions work permits people illegally the country both people who crossed the border illegally well people who illegally violated the conditions their visa.  These work permits would allow them fill any job the United States. you (ROTATED) support oppose this plan? (PROBED: And would that STRONGLY SOMEWHAT support/oppose?) 

 
23% TOTAL SUPPORT (NET) 
12% STRONGLY SUPPORT 
11% SOMEWHAT SUPPORT 
 
72% TOTAL OPPOSE (NET) 
13% SOMEWHAT OPPOSE 
59% STRONGLY OPPOSE NOT KNOW/CANNOT JUDGE (VOL.)  REFUSED (VOL.) 
  
FOREIGN POLICY 
 
33. light terrorist threats around the globe, should the significantly upgrade its missile-defense capabilities and share that new technology with its allies? 

 
49% YES 
37% 
 
13% MAYBE/NOT SURE (VOL.) REFUSED (VOL.) 
 
34. Earlier this year, one the highest-ranking U.S. officials told audience Indonesia that climate change QUOTE the greatest challenge our generation." ENDQUOTE. you (ROTATED) agree disagree that climate change the QUOTE greatest challenge our generation END QUOTE? (PROBED: And would that STRONGLY SOMEWHAT agree/disagree?) 

 
40% TOTAL AGREE (NET) 
26% STRONGLY AGREE 
14% SOMEWHAT AGREE 
 
57% TOTAL DISAGREE (NET) 
13% SOMEWHAT DISAGREE 
44% STRONGLY DISAGREE NOT KNOW/CANNOT JUDGE (VOL.)  REFUSED (VOL.) 
 
  
35. The Obama administration continuing issue visas visitors from West African countries which the Ebola virus active. you (ROTATED) agree disagree with this plan? (PROBED: And would that STRONGLY SOMEWHAT agree/disagree?) 

 
31% TOTAL AGREE (NET) 
19% STRONGLY AGREE 
12% SOMEWHAT AGREE 
 
64% TOTAL DISAGREE (NET) 
11% SOMEWHAT DISAGREE 
54% STRONGLY DISAGREE NOT KNOW/CANNOT JUDGE (VOL.) REFUSED (VOL.) 
 
36. Secretary State John Kerry pressing Israel make peace deal with Palestine that includes territory concessions and construction freeze. The Israeli government says that its not possible make genuine lasting deal with Palestine until they renounce terror and fully commit being true partner for peace. With whom you agree more: (ROTATED) John Kerrys plan the Israeli governments plan?  

 
52% THE ISRAELI GOVERNMENTS PLAN 
32% JOHN KERRYS PLAN NEITHER (VOL.) 
10% NOT KNOW/CANNOT JUDGE (VOL.) REFUSED (VOL.) 
 
37. Many segments our society support US-led airstrikes against ISIS, the terrorist group responsible for many murders including the recent beheadings American and British citizens.  Even among those that support US-led airstrikes, there growing belief that such strikes will not enough turn the tide ISIS. Which the following best describes you: (READ AND ROTATED TOP-TO-BOTTOM AND BOTTOM-TO-TOP) 

 
21% SUPPORT THE U.S.-LED AIRSTRIKES THEY ARE 
40% SUPPORT THE U.S.-LED AIRSTRIKES BUT WANT MORE IRAQI SOLDIERS THE GROUND 
22% SUPPORT THE U.S.-LED AIRSTRIKES BUT WANT MORE SOLDIERS THE GROUND OPPOSE ALL U.S. ACTION AGAINST ISIS NOT KNOW/CANNOT JUDGE (VOL.) REFUSED (VOL.) 
 
  
PRESIDENTIAL CONSEQUENCES BENGHAZI and IRS 
 
38. you (ROTATED) agree disagree that the results the 2012 Presidential election would have been different the public knew the facts then that knows now about the Obama administration's initial, misleading story about what happened Benghazi and the targeting conservative groups through the IRS? (PROBED: And would that STRONGLY SOMEWHAT agree/disagree?) 

 
49% TOTAL AGREE (NET) 
37% STRONGLY AGREE 
12% SOMEWHAT AGREE 
 
39% TOTAL DISAGREE (NET) 
10% SOMEWHAT DISAGREE 
30% STRONGLY DISAGREE 
 
10% NOT KNOW/CANNOT JUDGE (VOL.) REFUSED (VOL.) 
 
39. the past year, has been revealed that high-ranking Obama administration and White House public relations officials orchestrated campaign reinforce President Obama ahead his reelection and portray the Benghazi consulate terrorist attack being QUOTE "rooted Internet video, and not failure policy." END QUOTE 

 
Which one describes you most accurately: (ROTATED) this revelation relevant and affects the way you vote this not relevant and does not affect the way you vote.  
 
43% NOT RELEVANT AND HAS EFFECT VOTE 
39% RELEVANT AND HAS EFFECT VOTE 
 
12% NOT KNOW/CANNOT JUDGE (VOL.) REFUSED (VOL.) 
 
40. the past year, has been revealed that some I-R-S officials targeted certain groups and denied them tax status based upon their political beliefs. Some people say that this relevant and somewhat affects the way they vote, while others say this not relevant and does not affect the way they vote. Which one describes you most accurately?  

 
48% IRS TARGETING NOT RELEVANT AND HAS EFFECT VOTE 
43% IRS TARGETING RELEVANT AND HAS EFFECT VOTE NOT KNOW/CANNOT JUDGE (VOL.) REFUSED (VOL.) 
 
 
  
ALZHEIMERS CURE 
 
41. Alzheimers Disease affects millions Americans and will continue Americans age. you (ROTATED) agree disagree that need massive effort find vaccine cure for Alzheimers, had for polio back the 1940s and 1950s?  (PROBED: And would that STRONGLY SOMEWHAT agree/disagree?) 

 
82% TOTAL AGREE (NET) 
66% SOMEWHAT AGREE 
16% SOMEWHAT DISAGREE 
 
12% TOTAL DISAGREE (NET) SOMEWHAT DISAGREE STRONGLY DISAGREE NOT KNOW/CANNOT JUDGE (VOL.) REFUSED (VOL.) 
 
DEMOGRAPHICS 
Finally, few confidential statistical questions for classification purposes only. 
 
42. the 2012 election for President the United States, did you vote for (ROTATED) BARACK OBAMA MITT ROMNEY, SOMEONE ELSE, did you not have chance vote 2012? 

 
49% YES, ROMNEY 
43% YES, OBAMA OTHER, SPECIFIED (NET) CANNOT REMEMBER/DO NOT KNOW (VOL.)  DID NOT VOTE REFUSED (VOL.) 
 
  
43. Are you? (CODED ENGAGED LIVING TOGETHER SINGLE) 

 
71% MARRIED 
10% SINGLE DIVORCED WIDOWED  SEPARATED REFUSED (VOL.) 
 
44. Which the following best describes you: 

 
38% HAVE CHILDREN LIVING WITH HOME 
45% HAVE CHILDREN, BUT THEY LONGER LIVE WITH HOME 
13% HAVE NEVER HAD CHILDREN REFUSED (VOL.) 
 
45. What the last grade formal education you have completed?  

 
13% LESS THAN HIGH SCHOOL/HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATE 
24% SOME COLLEGE/VOCATIONAL SCHOOL 
33% COLLEGE GRADUATE 
26% POST GRADUATE NOT KNOW/REFUSE ANSWER (VOL.) 
 
46. Regarding your familys annual incomePlease tell which the following categories best describes your familys annual income. dont need specific amount, broad range will fine. BELOW $20,000 $20,000 $24,999 $25,000 $29,999 $30,000 $39,999 $40,000 $49,999 $50,000 $59,999 $60,000 $69,999 $70,000 $79,999 $80,000 $89,999 $90,000 $99,999 
23% $100,000 AND ABOVE 
 
29% REFUSED (VOL.) 
 
  
47. Are you anyone your household member labor union?   

 
17% TOTAL UNION HOUSEHOLD (NET) 
11% YES, PUBLIC YES, PRIVATE YES, BOTH 
 
79% NOT KNOW (VOL.) REFUSED (VOL.) 
 
48. Are you? (READ CATEGORIES) 

 
40% PROTESTANT (CONTINUED) 
28% CATHOLIC (SKIPPED NEXT Q.) AGNOSTIC/ATHEIST (SKIPPED NEXT Q.) JEWISH (SKIPPED NEXT Q.) MORMON/LATTER DAY SAINT (SKIPPED NEXT Q.)  MUSLIM (SKIPPED NEXT Q.) OTHER, SPECIFIED (VOL.) (SKIPPED NEXT Q.) NONE/UNAFFILIATED (VOL.) (SKIPPED NEXT Q.) REFUSED (VOL.) (SKIPPED NEXT Q.) 
 
49.  (ASKED ONLY THOSE WHO SAID PROTESTANT PREVIOUS Q.) (n=322) And would you consider yourself Evangelical Born-Again? 

 
58% YES 
37% NOT KNOW/REFUSED (VOL.) 
 
50. How often you attend religious services? 

 
15% FEW TIMES WEEK 
29% ONCE WEEK 
12% FEW TIMES PER MONTH 
14% FEW TIMES PER YEAR 
20% SELDOM/NEVER NOT KNOW/REFUSED (VOL.) 
 
51. you does someone your household own firearm? 

 
46% YES 
44% DONT KNOW/NOT SURE (VOL.) REFUSED (VOL.) 
 
52. Thinking for moment about your social, economic, and political viewsDo you consider yourself be? 

 
[IF CONSERVATIVE/LIBERAL, ASKED] And would you consider yourself VERY (conservative/liberal) just SOMEWHAT (conservative/liberal)? 
 
43% TOTAL CONSERVATIVE (NET) 
26% VERY CONSERVATIVE 
18% SOMEWHAT CONSERVATIVE 
 
28% MODERATE 
 
21% TOTAL LIBERAL (NET) 
10% SOMEWHAT LIBERAL 
12% VERY LIBERAL LIBERTARIAN NOT KNOW/REFUSED (VOL.) 
 
53. politics today, you consider yourself a (ROTATED) Republican, Independent Democrat? REPUBLICAN, ASKED: Are you Tea Party Republican, strong Republican not-so-strong Republican? DEMOCRAT, ASKED: Are you Progressive Democrat, strong Democrat not-so-strong Democrat? INDEPENDENT ASKED: Which way you lean, usually vote, the Democratic Party the Republican Party?  

 
43% TOTAL REPUBLICAN (NET) TEA PARTY REPUBLICAN 
22% STRONG REPUBLICAN NOT-SO-STRONG REPUBLICAN INDEPENDENT LEANING REPUBLICAN 
 
15% INDEPENDENT 
 
37% TOTAL DEMOCRAT (NET) INDEPENDENT LEANING DEMOCRAT NOT-SO-STRONG DEMOCRAT 
21% STRONG DEMOCRAT PROGRESSIVE DEMOCRAT OTHER (VOL.) NOT KNOW (VOL.) REFUSED (VOL.)