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Overall Survey Results:


Resolving the Primary Mess


1If Hillary Clinton wins the Democratic Party's presidential nomination, which way will you go? (Check all that apply)
 
Answer
0%100%
Number of
Responses
Response
Ratio
Wholeheartedly support Clinton's election
   
41 50.6%
Half-heartedly support Clinton's election; focus on other races and issues
   
26 32.0%
Probably not vote for a presidential candidate
   
2 2.4%
Probably vote for John McCain
   
1 1.2%
Probably have less interest in politics generally going forward
   
7 8.6%
Other
   
8 9.8%
 Totals81100%

2If Barack Obama wins the Democratic Party's presidential nomination, which way will you go? (Check all that apply)
 
Answer
0%100%
Number of
Responses
Response
Ratio
Wholeheartedly support Obama's election
   
68 85.0%
Half-heartedly support Obama's election; focus on other races and issues
   
3 3.7%
Probably not vote for a presidential candidate
   
2 2.5%
Probably vote for John McCain
   
3 3.7%
Probably have less interest in politics generally going forward
   
1 1.2%
Other
   
4 5.0%
 Totals80100%

3If Clinton wins the nomination, what could she do to win your support? (Check all that apply)
 
Answer
0%100%
Number of
Responses
Response
Ratio
Nothing needed. I already support her
   
26 32.5%
Convince Obama to serve as her running mate
   
3 3.7%
Convince Edwards, Richardson, or Kucinich to serve as her running mate
   
12 15.0%
Convince Obama to wholeheartedly endorse and campaign for her
   
7 8.7%
Nothing. I'd be alienated
   
14 17.5%
Other
   
18 22.5%
No Responses
 
00.0%
 Totals80100%

4If Clinton wins the nomination, which of these are likely to happen? (Check all that apply)
 
Answer
0%100%
Number of
Responses
Response
Ratio
Democrats will unite behind Clinton; she'll win in November
   
29 36.2%
She'll unite Republicans, alienate Democrats; John McCain will win
   
14 17.5%
Black Democrats will vote less: Dem candidates at every level will suffer
   
9 11.2%
Young voters drawn to politics by Obama campaign will lose interest in politics
   
10 12.5%
Other
   
15 18.7%
No Responses
   
33.7%
 Totals80100%

5At this point, neither Democratic candidate can win enough pledged delegates to secure the nomination. Superdelegates will ultimately have to decide. What would you have them do?
 
Answer
0%100%
Number of
Responses
Response
Ratio
Declare now. Obama and Clinton are losing ground to McCain.
   
24 30.0%
Wait until the last primary in early June, then declare.
   
30 37.5%
Let the August convention decide.
   
17 21.2%
Other
   
6 7.5%
No Responses
   
33.7%
 Totals80100%

6What will America look like after eight years of a Hillary Clinton presidency?
 
 Number of
Responses
  66
7What will America look like after eight years of a Barack Obama presidency?
 
 Number of
Responses
  66
8What will America look like after eight years of a John McCain presidency?
 
 Number of
Responses
  68
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