Thursday, January 10, 2013

Red Maryland January 2013 Poll Results

Out of a total of 361 respondents. And let's start with some Graphs!

Governor's Race


Red Maryland Network Poll: Tracking
(Weighted Tracking Adjusting for change in participation rates. Accounts for November 2012, January 2013 Polls)
Percentage
Dan Bongino 40.0%
David Craig 18.8%
Blaine Young 15.1%
Charles Lollar 8.9%
Undecided 7.1%
Larry Hogan 6.3%
Michael Steele 3.8%
Eric Wargotz 0.0%




Top Issues
The Smaller the bar, the higher the priority



1. What is your gender?
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Response
Percent
Response
Count
Female
38.5%139
Male
61.5%222


2. Which category below includes your age?
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Response
Percent
Response
Count
18-29
12.7%46
30-39
16.6%60
40-49
28.8%104
50-59
22.4%81
60 or older
19.4%70


3. What county are you from?
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Response
Percent
Response
Count
Allegany
1.9%7
Anne Arundel
21.3%77
Baltimore City
2.5%9
Baltimore County
12.7%46
Calvert
2.5%9
Caroline
0.8%3
Carroll
3.3%12
Cecil
1.4%5
Charles
5.0%18
Dorchester
0.6%2
Frederick
8.6%31
Garrett0.0%0
Harford
6.1%22
Howard
8.3%30
Kent
1.1%4
Montgomery
9.1%33
Prince George's
5.3%19
Queen Anne's
1.4%5
St. Mary's
2.2%8
Somerset
0.3%1
Talbot
1.7%6
Washington
2.5%9
Wicomico
0.8%3
Worcester
0.6%2


4. How do you identify your political ideology?
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Response
Percent
Response
Count
Very Conservative
24.1%87
Conservative
52.4%189
Libertarian
17.7%64
Moderate
5.0%18
Liberal
0.8%3
Very Liberal0.0%0


5. If the June 2014 Republican Primary for Governor were held today, whom would you vote for?
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Response
Percent
Response
Count
Former Lt. Governor Michael Steele
3.6%13
Harford County Executive David Craig
8.6%31
Former Secretary Larry Hogan
6.6%24
2012 US Senate Nominee Dan Bongino
53.5%193
2010 Congressional Candidate Charles Lollar
12.5%45
Frederick County Commissioner Blaine Young
4.2%15
2010 US Senate Nominee Eric Wargotz0.0%0
Undecided
11.1%40


6. If the June 2014 Republican Primary for Attorney General were held today, whom would you vote for?
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Response
Percent
Response
Count
Chrys Kefalas
3.0%11
Jim Rutledge
31.3%113
Undecided
59.6%215
Greg Kline (write-in)

Other write-ins
3.0%

3.0%
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7. Rank the order of these issues, with 1 being most important and 19 being least important
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12345678910111213141516171819Rating
Average
Response
Count
Corruption12.5% (45)12.7% (46)11.9% (43)12.7% (46)5.8% (21)8.9% (32)7.5% (27)5.5% (20)5.5% (20)3.3% (12)3.0% (11)0.8% (3)3.3% (12)2.5% (9)1.1% (4)0.6% (2)0.6% (2)0.6% (2)1.1% (4)5.74361
Property Rights/Land Use4.7% (17)7.2% (26)15.8% (57)12.5% (45)10.8% (39)10.8% (39)7.8% (28)7.2% (26)5.3% (19)3.9% (14)3.9% (14)1.7% (6)1.4% (5)1.9% (7)1.4% (5)1.1% (4)1.4% (5)0.6% (2)0.8% (3)6.29361
Regulation1.9% (7)7.2% (26)11.9% (43)14.4% (52)15.8% (57)11.6% (42)10.2% (37)5.5% (20)6.6% (24)3.6% (13)3.3% (12)1.4% (5)1.1% (4)1.4% (5)1.4% (5)0.8% (3)0.3% (1)1.1% (4)0.3% (1)6.21361
Adoption0.0% (0)0.6% (2)0.8% (3)2.5% (9)6.1% (22)2.8% (10)3.9% (14)3.3% (12)3.9% (14)5.8% (21)8.3% (30)5.5% (20)6.1% (22)6.1% (22)7.2% (26)7.8% (28)8.0% (29)8.6% (31)12.7% (46)12.95361
Gun Control/Concealed Carry5.8% (21)6.9% (25)8.9% (32)9.1% (33)11.6% (42)13.6% (49)9.4% (34)7.5% (27)5.0% (18)6.6% (24)5.3% (19)3.6% (13)1.4% (5)1.4% (5)1.1% (4)0.8% (3)0.3% (1)0.6% (2)1.1% (4)6.64361
Death Penalty0.0% (0)0.3% (1)0.3% (1)1.7% (6)3.3% (12)4.7% (17)8.3% (30)6.4% (23)7.2% (26)7.2% (26)7.8% (28)11.4% (41)7.2% (26)6.9% (25)6.4% (23)6.4% (23)5.3% (19)3.9% (14)5.5% (20)11.73361
Environment0.6% (2)0.0% (0)1.4% (5)1.1% (4)1.9% (7)3.3% (12)3.3% (12)9.1% (33)7.5% (27)10.8% (39)7.2% (26)6.9% (25)10.5% (38)6.4% (23)8.6% (31)5.3% (19)7.5% (27)3.9% (14)4.7% (17)11.98361
Health Care2.2% (8)1.7% (6)6.4% (23)5.0% (18)6.6% (24)8.9% (32)10.0% (36)11.1% (40)11.4% (41)7.5% (27)7.5% (27)7.2% (26)4.2% (15)3.6% (13)2.8% (10)1.7% (6)1.1% (4)1.4% (5)0.0% (0)8.52361
Taxes33.8% (122)27.1% (98)11.9% (43)7.2% (26)4.4% (16)1.9% (7)1.7% (6)2.2% (8)3.3% (12)4.7% (17)0.3% (1)0.6% (2)0.3% (1)0.6% (2)0.0% (0)0.0% (0)0.0% (0)0.0% (0)0.0% (0)3.14361
Gambling0.0% (0)0.0% (0)0.0% (0)1.1% (4)0.6% (2)0.6% (2)1.4% (5)1.4% (5)2.8% (10)5.3% (19)12.2% (44)9.7% (35)9.4% (34)9.4% (34)10.2% (37)8.6% (31)7.5% (27)9.7% (35)10.2% (37)14.01361
Spending29.4% (106)26.0% (94)11.4% (41)10.0% (36)4.7% (17)3.3% (12)2.8% (10)1.9% (7)1.4% (5)2.2% (8)3.6% (13)2.2% (8)0.6% (2)0.3% (1)0.3% (1)0.0% (0)0.0% (0)0.0% (0)0.0% (0)3.50361
Transportation0.3% (1)1.1% (4)1.9% (7)2.2% (8)2.2% (8)1.9% (7)5.0% (18)6.6% (24)5.5% (20)7.5% (27)7.8% (28)17.7% (64)10.0% (36)12.5% (45)8.0% (29)5.3% (19)3.3% (12)0.8% (3)0.3% (1)11.36361
Higher Education0.0% (0)0.0% (0)0.0% (0)1.4% (5)1.4% (5)3.3% (12)1.9% (7)4.4% (16)5.0% (18)7.2% (26)8.0% (29)8.0% (29)20.5% (74)10.2% (37)11.1% (40)7.5% (27)5.3% (19)3.0% (11)1.7% (6)12.55361
Crime0.6% (2)1.7% (6)4.4% (16)4.2% (15)5.8% (21)5.8% (21)10.2% (37)7.8% (28)8.3% (30)5.3% (19)6.6% (24)6.6% (24)6.6% (24)14.4% (52)5.8% (21)3.9% (14)1.4% (5)0.3% (1)0.3% (1)9.83361
Education1.4% (5)2.5% (9)2.2% (8)5.0% (18)6.1% (22)6.9% (25)6.9% (25)7.2% (26)6.6% (24)6.6% (24)4.4% (16)5.3% (19)5.3% (19)7.2% (26)14.1% (51)9.1% (33)2.8% (10)0.3% (1)0.0% (0)10.29361
Abortion4.7% (17)1.9% (7)3.3% (12)3.0% (11)1.7% (6)2.2% (8)2.5% (9)3.9% (14)5.0% (18)4.4% (16)4.4% (16)4.2% (15)4.7% (17)6.6% (24)8.0% (29)16.6% (60)10.0% (36)8.6% (31)4.2% (15)12.32361
Gas Tax1.7% (6)2.2% (8)6.4% (23)5.0% (18)8.6% (31)8.3% (30)5.0% (18)6.6% (24)6.9% (25)4.2% (15)2.8% (10)3.9% (14)1.9% (7)3.6% (13)5.5% (20)8.0% (29)16.6% (60)2.8% (10)0.0% (0)10.27361
Cigarette Tax0.3% (1)0.6% (2)0.3% (1)1.4% (5)1.1% (4)0.8% (3)1.4% (5)1.7% (6)1.1% (4)2.2% (8)1.9% (7)1.7% (6)3.3% (12)2.8% (10)4.7% (17)11.6% (42)19.9% (72)33.5% (121)9.7% (35)15.80361
Medical Marijuana0.3% (1)0.3% (1)0.8% (3)0.6% (2)1.4% (5)0.3% (1)0.8% (3)0.6% (2)1.7% (6)1.7% (6)1.7% (6)1.7% (6)2.2% (8)2.2% (8)2.2% (8)5.0% (18)8.9% (32)20.5% (74)47.4% (171)16.87361


8. Of the likely candidates running for Governor, which candidate is most likely to win the June 2014 Democratic primary?
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Response
Percent
Response
Count
Lt. Governor Anthony Brown
47.6%172
Attorney General Doug Gansler
30.2%109
Howard County Executive Ken Ulman
4.7%17
Delegate Heather Mizeur
0.6%2
Somebody else
16.9%61

9. Carl Snowden was allowed to retire from his post working in the Attorney General's Office after he was convicted on possession of marijuana. Given Snowden's repeat offenses, should he have been allowed to resign or should he have been fired?
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Response
Percent
Response
Count
It was appropriate to let him retire
10.3%37
It was in appropriate to let him retire, he should have been fired
66.8%239
I don't know if it was appropriate or not
8.9%32
I don't know who Carl Snowden is
14.0%50
10. State Senator Richard Colburn will be introducing legislation to make the softshell crab sandwich the official State Sandwich of Maryland. Do you think that this type of bill is relevant?
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Response
Percent
Response
Count
Yes
10.5%38
No
85.0%307
I Don't Know
4.4%16


11. If Maryland has an official sandwich, what should it be?
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Response
Percent
Response
Count
Soft Shell Crab
9.9%33
Crab Cake
52.7%175
Pit Beef
8.4%28
Other (please specify)

28.9%96

4 comments:

Ruben Vellekoop said...

So what Official State Sandwiches did people suggest?

Amie McCountry said...

Not sure but I think you might want to check how the graph looks as opposed to the numbers for the Gubernatorial Candidates... for instance.. If Bongino, a has 43% it should not show to be more than 50% on the graph. Also, if you look at the slices on the graph say for Lollar and Young - It appears either the percentages don't match up to what is pictured in the graph? Thanks

Amie McCountry said...

The graph doesn't appear to represent the numbers.. for instance.. Bongino has listed as 43%, which means that his section of the circle should be less than half. It appears to be more than half? Also if you look at Lollar and Young, their slices and their numbers appear to be flipped? or not match? Can you double check that or explain why it appears at first glance not to match?

Brian Griffiths said...

As noted the graph is related to question 5 of the poll. The Chart at the top is the Tracking numbers between the November and January.

Also, as we talked about on RMR last night, the most popular write-in choice was "crap"

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