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Red Maryland December 2012 Poll Results

Below are the full results of the Red Maryland December 2012 Poll…

* * * * * * * * RED MARYLAND DECEMBER 2012 POLL RESULTS

Red Maryland December 2012 Maryland GOP Survey
1. What is your gender?
  answered question 435
 
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  Response
Percent
Response
Count
Female
26.2% 114
Male
73.8% 321
2. Which category below includes your age?
  answered question 435
 
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  Response
Percent
Response
Count
18-29
16.8% 73
30-39
20.5% 89
40-49
27.1% 118
50-59
22.3% 97
60 or older
13.3% 58
3. What county are you from?
  answered question 435
 
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  Response
Percent
Response
Count
Allegany
1.1% 5
Anne Arundel
22.1% 96
Baltimore City
2.8% 12
Baltimore County
12.0% 52
Calvert
1.6% 7
Caroline
1.6% 7
Carroll
2.5% 11
Cecil
7.8% 34
Charles
1.1% 5
Dorchester
0.7% 3
Frederick
7.6% 33
Garrett
0.5% 2
Harford
5.5% 24
Howard
8.3% 36
Kent
1.4% 6
Montgomery
10.1% 44
Prince George’s
2.3% 10
Queen Anne’s
2.8% 12
St. Mary’s
1.4% 6
Somerset
0.5% 2
Talbot
1.1% 5
Washington
2.5% 11
Wicomico
1.4% 6
Worcester
1.4% 6
4. How do you identify your political ideology?
  answered question 435
 
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  Response
Percent
Response
Count
Very Conservative
23.7% 103
Conservative
50.1% 218
Libertarian
16.8% 73
Moderate
8.5% 37
Liberal
0.7% 3
Very Liberal
0.2% 1
5. Cecil County Executive Tari Moore left the Republican Party to become an independent. Should she resign her office?
  answered question 435
 
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  Response
Percent
Response
Count
Yes
30.8% 134
No
49.9% 217
I Don’t Know
19.3% 84
6. How satisfied are you with Maryland Republican Party Chairman Alex Mooney’s job performance?
  answered question 435
 
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  Response
Percent
Response
Count
Very Satisfied
5.7% 25
Satisfied
14.7% 64
Neutral
32.4% 141
Unsatisfied
25.5% 111
Very Unsatisfied
21.6% 94
7. How satisfied are you with your local Republican County Central Committee?
  answered question 435
 
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  Response
Percent
Response
Count
Very Satisfied
8.0% 35
Satisfied
19.1% 83
Neutral
27.8% 121
Unsatisfied
19.8% 86
Very Unsatisfied
25.3% 110
8. How likely do you believe that the eventual Republican Candidate for Governor of Maryland in 2014 will win?
  answered question 435
 
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  Response
Percent
Response
Count
Very Likely
0.9% 4
Likely
5.7% 25
Somewhat likely
10.1% 44
50/50
17.9% 78
Somewhat unlikely
17.2% 75
Unlikely
26.7% 116
Very Unlikely
21.4% 93
9. What issue is most important to you in the upcoming Maryland General Assembly Session?
  answered question 402
 
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  Response
Percent
Response
Count
Taxes
40.5% 163
Spending
41.0% 165
Regulation
5.5% 22
Education
1.5% 6
Transportation
0.5% 2
Crime
0.5% 2
Abortion
0.7% 3
Adoption
0.2% 1
Death Penalty
0.2% 1
Corruption
5.5% 22
Gambling   0.0% 0
Health Care
1.5% 6
Higher Education
0.5% 2
Environment
1.7% 7
Other (please specify)
 
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10. What is your opinion of the following Republican leaders?
  answered question 435
 
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  Favorable Unfavorable Don’t Know Response
Count
Tony O’Donnell 39.9% (164) 22.4% (92) 37.7% (155) 411
Allan Kittleman 40.8% (164) 13.4% (54) 45.8% (184) 402
E.J. Pipkin 41.1% (171) 36.3% (151) 22.6% (94) 416
Andy Harris 64.2% (271) 23.2% (98) 12.6% (53) 422
Mike Smigiel 28.8% (119) 31.0% (128) 40.2% (166) 413
David Craig 43.2% (178) 19.4% (80) 37.4% (154) 412
Blaine Young 38.4% (156) 14.5% (59) 47.0% (191) 406
Charles Lollar 41.6% (170) 25.7% (105) 32.8% (134) 409
Dan Bongino 78.2% (333) 18.8% (80) 3.1% (13) 426
Brian Murphy 39.3% (160) 24.1% (98) 36.6% (149) 407
Bob Ehrlich 55.0% (233) 39.2% (166) 5.9% (25) 424
Pat McDonough 29.1% (120) 39.7% (164) 31.2% (129) 413
Nancy Jacobs 54.6% (226) 17.6% (73) 27.8% (115) 414
John Leopold 6.9% (28) 53.7% (218) 39.4% (160) 406
Richard Rothschild 18.8% (77) 14.2% (58) 67.0% (274) 409
Eric Wargotz 24.4% (99) 39.4% (160) 36.2% (147) 406
Alex Mooney 31.5% (128) 38.2% (155) 30.3% (123) 406
Diana Waterman 26.8% (109) 22.4% (91) 50.9% (207) 407
William Campbell 27.5% (112) 13.3% (54) 59.2% (241) 407
Christopher Shank 26.6% (107) 14.2% (57) 59.2% (238) 402
John Fiastro, Jr. 17.6% (72) 19.1% (78) 63.2% (258) 408
Jeannie Haddaway-Riccio 32.4% (132) 13.2% (54) 54.4% (222) 408
Ed Reilly 28.1% (114) 13.3% (54) 58.5% (237) 405
Michael Steele 40.1% (168) 52.0% (218) 7.9% (33) 419
Chrys Kefalas 6.5% (26) 15.3% (61) 78.1% (311) 398
11. If a Republican candidate hired a consultant that worked for an independent candidate in the 2012 election would you support that candidate’s campaign?
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  Response
Percent
Response
Count
Yes
39.3% 171
No
29.7% 129
I don’t know
31.0% 135





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