Tuesday, March 22, 2011

Poll Watch: PPP (D) Michigan Gubernatorial Survey

PPP (D) Michigan Gubernatorial Survey

Do you approve or disapprove of Governor Rick Snyder’s job performance?
  • Approve 33% 
  • Disapprove 50%
    Do you think the Rick Snyder is too liberal, too conservative, or about right?
    • Too liberal 15% (12%)
    • Too conservative 36% (26%)
    • About right 37% (46%)
    Would you support or oppose recalling Rick Snyder from office before his term is up?
    • Support 38%
    • Oppose 49%
    If you could do last fall’s election for Governor over again, would you vote for Democrat Virg Bernero or Republican Rick Snyder?
    • Virg Bernero 47%
    • Rick Snyder 45%
    In the election for Governor last year did you vote for Democrat Virg Bernero or Republican Rick Snyder, or did you not vote in the election?
    • Rick Snyder 49%
    • Virg Bernero 43%
    Note: Snyder defeated Bernero, 58.1% to 39.9%, in the November 2010 gubernatorial election.

    Do you think public employees in Michigan should or should not have a right to collective bargaining for wages, benefits, and working environment rules?
    • Should have a right to collective bargaining 59%
    • Should not 32%
    Would you support or oppose an amendment to the state constitution guaranteeing the right to collective bargaining?
    • Support 49%
    • Oppose 37%
    Do you support or oppose a new law allowing state appointed managers to void public union contracts, fire local officials, and dissolve communities or school districts if they deem it necessary in order to avoid an emergency financial situation?
    • Support 32%
    • Oppose 50%
    Survey of 502 registered voters was conducted March 18-20, 2011. The margin of error is +/- 4.4 percentage points.  Party ID breakdown: 41% (36%) Democrat; 28% (39%) Republican; 31% (25%) Independent/Other. Political ideology: 35% Moderate; 21% Somewhat conservative; 16% Somewhat liberal; 16% Very conservative; 12% Very liberal. Results from the poll of likely voters conducted September 17-19, 2010 are in parentheses.

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