Wednesday, February 13, 2013

Poll Watch: Fox News 2016 Presidential Survey


I’m going to read you a list of names and for each one I’d like you to please tell me if you think that person would make a good president or not. If you have never heard of a person, please just say so. 

Hillary Clinton
  • Yes 55%
  • No 42%
  • Never heard of 1% 
Condoleezza Rice
  • Yes 43%
  • No 43%
  • Never heard of 8%
Chris Christie
  • Yes 37%
  • No 33%
  • Never heard of 23%
Paul Ryan
  • Yes 37%
  • No 46%
  • Never heard of 10%
Joe Biden
  • Yes 35%
  • No 59%
  • Never heard of 2%
Jeb Bush
  • Yes 26%
  • No 56%
  • Never heard of 10%
Marco Rubio
  • Yes 25%
  • No 29%
  • Never heard of 33%
Bobby Jindal
  • Yes 16%
  • No 25%
  • Never heard of 48%
Andrew Cuomo
  • Yes 16%
  • No 39%
  • Never heard of 33%
Deval Patrick
  • Yes 6%
  • No 19%
  • Never heard of 61%
Bob McDonnell
  • Yes 6%
  • No 22%
  • Never heard of 60%
Martin O'Malley
  • Yes 5%
  • No 18%
  • Never heard of 65%
Survey of 1,010 registered voters was conducted by Anderson Robbins Research (D)/Shaw & Company Research (R) February 4-6, 2013. The margin of error is ± 3 percentage points.  Party ID: 39% Democrat; 35% Republican; 24% Independent/Other. 

Inside the numbers:
Clinton (62 percent) and Rice (44 percent) capture more support among women voters than any of the other figures tested.
They are also the top picks among men voters: 47 percent think Clinton would make a good president and 42 percent feel that way about Rice. Ryan (40 percent), Christie (39 percent) and Biden (35 percent) are close behind among men.
Clinton is also the candidate who receives the highest level of support from his or her own party. She would be a good president in the eyes of 83 percent of self-identified Democrats, while with 62 percent support Ryan receives the most backing among self-described Republicans.
Among Democrats, Clinton is followed by Biden (60 percent), Cuomo (25 percent), Patrick (8 percent) and O’Malley (6 percent).
Among Republicans, Rice comes in second to Ryan at 54 percent. She’s followed closely by Bush at 47 percent, Christie at 43 percent and Rubio at 41 percent. Jindal is the only other Republican to receive double-digit support (24 percent).
Ryan (59 percent) and Rice (55 percent) both receive majority backing among self-described very conservative voters.

1 comment:

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