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Overall Survey Results:


Heading toward November


1According to the results of the February 2008 California primary, Barack Obama did not garner significant support from the Latino community. At this point, how do you think this voting bloc will vote in November? (Select one, add comments)
 
Answer
0%100%
Number of
Responses
Response
Ratio
Enthusiastically for Obama
   
84 27.5%
Moderately for Obama
   
124 40.6%
Weakly for Obama
   
21 6.8%
Won't know until vice-president is selected
   
50 16.3%
Stay home in large numbers
   
5 1.6%
Other
   
12 3.9%
No Responses
   
92.9%
 Totals305100%

2According to the results of the February 2008 California primary, Barack Obama did not garner significant support from the Asian Pacific Islander community. At this point, how do you think this voting bloc will vote in November? (Select one, add comments)
 
Answer
0%100%
Number of
Responses
Response
Ratio
Enthusiastically for Obama
   
48 15.7%
Moderately for Obama
   
120 39.3%
Weakly for Obama
   
54 17.7%
Won't know until vice-president is selected
   
29 9.5%
Stay home in large numbers
   
13 4.2%
Other
   
26 8.5%
No Responses
   
154.9%
 Totals305100%

3The results of the Democratic Primaries made clear that blue collar, less educated whites did not support Obama. At this point, how do you think this voting bloc will vote in November? (Select one, add comments)
 
Answer
0%100%
Number of
Responses
Response
Ratio
Enthusiastically for Obama
   
39 12.7%
Moderately for Obama
   
115 37.7%
Weakly for Obama
   
53 17.3%
Won't know until vice-president is selected
   
52 17.0%
Stay home in large numbers
   
21 6.8%
Other
   
14 4.5%
No Responses
   
113.6%
 Totals305100%

4The results of the Democratic Primaries made clear that middle-aged white women did not support Obama. At this point, how do you think this voting bloc will vote in November? (Select one, add comments)
 
Answer
0%100%
Number of
Responses
Response
Ratio
Enthusiastically for Obama
   
100 32.7%
Moderately for Obama
   
109 35.7%
Weakly for Obama
   
30 9.8%
Won't know until vice-president is selected
   
33 10.8%
Stay home in large numbers
   
8 2.6%
Other
   
14 4.5%
No Responses
   
113.6%
 Totals305100%

5When it comes to the Presidential Election, should Democrats feel confident that the state of California is "in the bag"?
 
Answer
0%100%
Number of
Responses
Response
Ratio
Yes
   
124 40.6%
No
   
169 55.4%
No Responses
   
123.9%
 Totals305100%

6There is likely to be an initiative on the November ballot opposing marriage equality. Which do you think is most true about this initiative? (Select one, provide comments)
 
Answer
0%100%
Number of
Responses
Response
Ratio
It's on the ballot because it reflects a genuine concern of most Californians
   
22 7.2%
Reflects genuine concern of many but should be addressed in private lives
   
30 9.8%
Principally a ploy to drive conservative, religious voters to the polls
   
205 67.2%
Will provide an opportunity to show that California now supports this freedom
   
38 12.4%
No Responses
   
103.2%
 Totals305100%

7The LA Progressive wants to participate and support events that are valued in the progressive community. To help us know what is important to you, please select which speaker or panel format you find most appealing. (Select all that apply, add your ideas)
 
Answer
0%100%
Number of
Responses
Response
Ratio
Author of book on fairness and accuracy in elections
   
107 38.4%
Judicial candidates discussing the role of judges in society
   
94 33.8%
Local political figures discussing the budget crisis
   
111 39.9%
Local political figures discussing transportation issues
   
96 34.5%
Local political figures discussing marriage equality
   
64 23.0%
Issues person discussing health care issues
   
155 55.7%
Issues person discussing clean money efforts
   
82 29.4%
Issues person discussing prison-industrial complex
   
94 33.8%
Political operative discussing electioneering techniques
   
90 32.3%
Other
   
71 25.5%
 Totals278100%

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