Thursday, March 7, 2013

Red Maryland March 2012 Poll Results


Tracking Poll Results Through March
(Weighted Tracking Adjusting for change in participation rates. Accounts for  January 2013, February 2013, March 2013 polls)


Percentage
Dan Bongino 45.2%
David Craig 16.7%
Charles Lollar 11.8%
Undecided/withdrawn 10.7%
Eric Wargotz 6.9%
Blaine Young 5.5%
Michael Steele 2.9%
Meyer Marks 0.3%

* Larry Hogan was not included in the March survey





Response Summary
Total Started Survey: 684
Total Finished Survey: 684  (100%)

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1. If the June 2014 Republican Primary for Governor were held today, for whom would you vote?
answered question684
skipped question
0
Response
Percent
Response
Count
Michael Steele
3.9%27
Eric Wargotz
10.7%73
Dan Bongino
43.6%298
Blaine Young
6.0%41
David Craig
15.6%107
Charles Lollar
13.2%90
Meyer Marks
0.4%3
Undecided
6.6%45
2. At this moment, who would be your first choice to be the Republican Nominee for President in 2016?
answered question684
skipped question
0
Response
Percent
Response
Count
Governor Bobby Jindal (LA)
5.4%37
Senator Marco Rubio (FL)
13.0%89
Senator Rand Paul (KY)
15.6%107
Governor Rick Perry (TX)
1.9%13
Governor Brian Sandoval (NV)
0.3%2
Representative Paul Ryan (WI)
5.0%34
Former Governor Sarah Palin (AK)
2.3%16
Governor Scott Walker (WI)
2.9%20
Governor Nikki Haley (SC)
1.0%7
Governor Susana Martinez (NM)
1.3%9
Governor Paul LePage (ME)
1.5%10
Governor Chris Christie (NJ)
5.4%37
Former Governor John Huntsman (UT)
7.7%53
Former Senator Rick Santorum (PA)
1.3%9
Senator Kelly Ayotte (NH)
0.4%3
Representative Michele Bachmann (MN)
0.7%5
Governor Sam Brownback (KS)
0.9%6
Former Governor Jeb Bush (FL)
6.3%43
Senator Bob Corker (TN)0.0%0
Senator Ted Cruz (TX)
3.7%25
Governor Bob McDonnell (VA)
1.2%8
Governor Mary Fallin (OK)
0.6%4
Governor John Kasich (OH)
0.3%2
Governor Mike Pence (IN)
1.2%8
Senator Rob Portman (OH)
0.7%5
Governor Bill Haslam (TN)
0.1%1
Dr. Ben Carson (MD)
11.8%81
Undecided
7.3%50
3. The new Anne Arundel County Executive was selected by the County Council. When vacancies arise in public office, how should they be filled?
answered question611
skipped question
73
Response
Percent
Response
Count
Legislative appointment
7.5%46
Central Committee Selection
12.4%76
Special Election
62.8%384
I don't know
17.2%105
4. In the event of a special election, would you feel comfortable with the election being conducted solely by mail, as elections are done in Oregon or Washington?
answered question598
skipped question
86
Response
Percent
Response
Count
Yes
21.4%128
No
62.4%373
I Don't Know
16.2%97
5. The Maryland Republican Party Spring Convention will be held April 19-20 at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Timonium. Do you plan on attending?
answered question684
skipped question
0
Response
Percent
Response
Count
Yes
24.0%164
No
45.8%313
I don't know
30.3%207


6. Do you regularly attend your county Lincoln Day Dinner?
answered question589
skipped question
95
Response
Percent
Response
Count
Yes
26.1%154
No
73.9%435
Why or why not?
Show Responses
154


7. Is the Maryland Republican Party going in the right direction?
answered question684
skipped question
0
Response
Percent
Response
Count
Yes
24.3%166
No
45.3%310
I don't know
30.4%208

8. What is your opinion of the following candidates or potential Candidates for Maryland Republican Party Chairman?
answered question684
skipped question
0
FavorableUnfavorableDon't KnowRating
Count
Sam Hale9.5% (63)30.1% (199)60.4% (399)661
Greg Kline16.3% (108)19.2% (127)64.4% (426)661
Diana Waterman33.1% (220)13.5% (90)53.4% (355)665
John Fiastro Jr.11.6% (75)20.1% (130)68.3% (441)646
lo9. What kind of background should the next Maryland Republican Party Chairman have?
answered question684
skipped question
0
Response
Percent
Response
Count
Activist
32.2%220
Central Committee Member
10.5%72
State Party Officer
13.2%90
Current/Former Elected Official
13.9%95
I Don't Know
30.3%207


t10. Do you find the following groups or organizations favorable or unfavorable?
answered question559
skipped question
125
FavorableUnfavorableNeutralI Don't Know this OrganizationRating
Count
Americans for Prosperity Maryland47.9% (245)8.8% (45)13.7% (70)29.7% (152)512
Constitutional Conservatives for Maryland PAC32.5% (162)6.2% (31)10.6% (53)50.7% (253)499
Maryland Society of Patriots29.2% (149)13.9% (71)11.0% (56)45.9% (234)510
Maryland Taxpayers Association38.0% (188)3.0% (15)14.5% (72)44.4% (220)495
Maryland Federation of Republican Women43.6% (221)5.5% (28)14.6% (74)36.3% (184)507
Maryland Conservative Action Network42.0% (212)8.3% (42)12.3% (62)37.4% (189)505
We Surround Them Frederick13.3% (66)6.6% (33)10.7% (53)69.4% (345)497
Help Save Maryland25.0% (126)8.7% (44)12.7% (64)53.6% (270)504
New Day Maryland23.4% (116)8.7% (43)12.3% (61)55.6% (276)496
Hagerstown Tea Party30.0% (152)8.7% (44)10.1% (51)51.2% (259)506
Marylanders for Constitutional Governance27.9% (140)6.4% (32)11.4% (57)54.3% (272)501
We the People Carroll County17.6% (88)5.6% (28)10.4% (52)66.3% (331)499
Maryland Public Policy Institute26.1% (129)6.7% (33)15.4% (76)51.9% (257)495
Maryland Right to Life50.7% (260)9.7% (50)14.2% (73)25.3% (130)513
Election Integrity Maryland32.8% (165)4.2% (21)10.5% (53)52.5% (264)503
Maryland Liberty PAC28.8% (143)9.5% (47)16.3% (81)45.5% (226)497

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