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1 McLAUGHLIN & ASSOCIATES COLLABORATIVE FOR STUDENT SUCCESS - COMMON CORE APRIL 14, IN THE 2014 NOVEMBER GENERAL ELECTION FOR STATEWIDE OFFICES OR CONGRESS, HOW LIKELY WOULD YOU SAY YOU ARE TO VOTE? VERY LIKELY 81.3 SOMEWHAT LIKELY THINKING ABOUT A POLITICAL PARTY, WOULD YOU CONSIDER YOURSELF A? REPUBLICAN 32.0 DEMOCRAT 37.0 INDEPENDENT/OTHER IF THE ELECTION FOR STATE LEGISLATURE IN YOUR DISTRICT WERE HELD TODAY, WOULD YOU BE MORE LIKELY TO VOTE FOR THE REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE OR THE DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE? REPUBLICAN 46.5 DEFINITELY 20.4 PROBABLY 14.5 LEAN 11.5 DEMOCRAT 40.7 DEFINITELY 19.8 PROBABLY 14.1 LEAN 6.8 UNDECIDED 12.8 Net Diff STUDENTS OFTEN RECEIVE LETTER GRADES OF A, B, C, D OR F TO GRADE THE QUALITY OF THEIR WORK. SUPPOSE PUBLIC SCHOOLS THEMSELVES WERE GRADED IN THE SAME WAY. WHAT LETTER GRADE BETWEEN A, B, C, D OR F WOULD YOU GIVE THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS IN YOUR COMMUNITY? A 11.7 B 34.9 C 34.7 D 13.0 F 5.7

2 5. AND DO YOU SUPPORT OR OPPOSE A POLICY THAT WOULD ASSIGN SCHOOLS A LETTER GRADE OF A, B, C, D OR F TO DETERMINE HOW WELL THEY ARE EDUCATING STUDENTS? SUPPORT 83.9 STRONGLY 38.6 SOMEWHAT 45.3 OPPOSE 16.1 SOMEWHAT 11.3 STRONGLY 4.7 Net Diff HOW MANY CHILDREN UNDER THE AGE OF 18 ARE CURRENTLY LIVING IN YOUR HOUSEHOLD? 7. HOW OLD IS THE YOUNGEST CHILD LIVING IN YOUR HOUSEHOLD OR MORE 0.7 Mean 0.82 Total Answering YEARS/LESS 71.2 UNDER 5 YEARS YEARS 35.4 OVER 10 YEARS YEARS YEARS HAVE YOU SEEN, READ OR HEARD ANYTHING ABOUT COMMON CORE STATE STANDARDS AS THEY APPLY TO EDUCATION? YES 57.8 NO DO YOU APPROVE OR DISAPPROVE OF THE COMMON CORE STATE STANDARDS? APPROVE 35.0 STRONGLY 6.4 SOMEWHAT 28.6 DISAPPROVE 33.1 SOMEWHAT 15.7 STRONGLY 17.4 DON'T KNOW 31.9 Net Diff. 1.9

3 10. WHY DO YOU APPROVE OF COMMON CORE STATE STANDARDS? Total Answering 350 SETS GOALS/STANDARDS 14.9 EVERYONE/SAME PAGE 13.1 GOOD/LIKE 11.5 ACCOUNTABILITY 10.0 BETTER THAN BEFORE 7.9 SAME ACROSS STATES 6.5 IMPROVES LEARNING 4.4 CHILDREN/FUTURE 4.3 MEASURES STUDENT 4.2 PERFORM. FAIR GRADING 3.0 KIDS READY FOR COLLEGE 2.0 COMPETE INTERNATIONALLY 1.9 IMPORTANT 1.5 BASIC LEARNING 1.2 SIMPLIFYING/EASIER 0.9 NEW 0.7 STEP-BY-STEP LEARNING 0.6 GOOD FOR ECONOMY 0.4 INDEPENDENT STUDY 0.3 DON'T KNOW WHY DO YOU DISAPPROVE OF COMMON CORE STATE STANDARDS? Total Answering 331 STUDENTS ARE DIFFERENT 13.9 TEACHING TO TEST 10.9 CONFUSING CHILDREN 10.4 MAKING STUDENTS AVERAGE 8.8 KEEP FED. GOV'T OUT/ 7.9 SCHOOLS BAD IDEA/WON'T WORK 6.7 POOR MATH CURRICULUM 6.1 MAKES NO SENSE 5.8 WRONG WAY TO LEARN 4.8 MAKES LEARNING HARDER 3.8 READING DON'T LINE/FAITH 3.1 NOT MEASURE/TEACH. 2.4 PERFRM. UNNECESSARY 1.7 UNFAIR 1.4 DOESN'T TEACH BASICS 1.3 TOO SIMPLE FOCUS 1.0 DON'T FIX/NOT BROKEN 1.0 DON'T AGREE W/ METHODS 0.7 UNCONSTITUTIONAL 0.7 TEACHINGS POOR MEASURE OF PROGRESS 0.5 UNFUNDED MANDATE 0.4 TOO LITTLE INDIVIDUAL 0.3 LEARN SHOULDN'T COLLECT DATA 0.3 NO FOCUS ON ARTS 0.3 DON'T KNOW 5.7

4 12. COMMON CORE STATE STANDARDS ARE SIMPLY A SET OF STANDARDS IN MATH AND ENGLISH WHICH STATE WHAT A CHILD SHOULD KNOW IN BOTH SUBJECTS BY THE END OF EACH GRADE OF SCHOOL THEY COMPLETE. COMMON CORE SET EXPECTATIONS FOR WHAT STUDENTS SHOULD BE ABLE TO ACHIEVE AND COMPARE SCHOOLS FROM STATE TO STATE. KNOWING THIS, DO YOU APPROVE OR DISAPPROVE OF THE COMMON CORE STATE STANDARDS? APPROVE 64.5 STRONGLY 25.8 SOMEWHAT 38.7 DISAPPROVE 29.2 SOMEWHAT 14.8 STRONGLY 14.4 DON'T KNOW 6.3 Net Diff GIVEN THE FOLLOWING STATEMENTS ABOUT EACH CANDIDATE S VIEWS, PLEASE TELL ME WHICH CANDIDATE YOU ARE MORE LIKELY TO VOTE FOR TO REPRESENT YOU IN THE STATE LEGISLATURE? 1. CANDIDATE A WHO SAYS THAT COMMON CORE STATE STANDARDS WILL RAISE THE BAR FOR U.S. SCHOOLS BECAUSE THE CURRENT EDUCATION SYSTEM IS NOT GETTING THE JOB DONE. 2. CANDIDATE B WHO SAYS THAT COMMON CORE STATE STANDARDS REPRESENT A ONE-SIZE-FITS-ALL APPROACH TO EDUCATION THAT FOCUSES EVERYTHING ON STANDARDIZED TESTS, AND NOT ENOUGH ON REAL LEARNING. CANDIDATE A 43.3 CANDIDATE B 42.2 DK/REFUSED GIVEN THE FOLLOWING STATEMENTS ABOUT EACH CANDIDATE S VIEWS, PLEASE TELL ME WHICH CANDIDATE YOU ARE MORE LIKELY TO VOTE FOR TO REPRESENT YOU IN THE STATE LEGISLATURE? 1. CANDIDATE A WHO SAYS THAT COMMON CORE STATE STANDARDS WERE DESIGNED WITH LOCAL INPUT AND ARE SUPPORTED BY 45 GOVERNORS OF BOTH PARTIES. 2. CANDIDATE B WHO SAYS THAT COMMON CORE REPRESENTS THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT IN WASHINGTON TAKING OVER EDUCATION, WHICH HAS ALWAYS BEEN CONTROLLED AT THE LOCAL AND STATE LEVEL IN THE UNITED STATES BECAUSE THE CONSTITUTION GIVES THE FEDERAL CANDIDATE A 44.5 CANDIDATE B 36.7 DK/REFUSED GIVEN THE FOLLOWING STATEMENTS ABOUT EACH CANDIDATE S VIEWS, PLEASE TELL ME WHICH CANDIDATE YOU ARE MORE LIKELY TO VOTE FOR TO REPRESENT YOU IN THE STATE LEGISLATURE? 1. CANDIDATE A WHO SAYS THAT COMMON CORE STATE STANDARDS ARE SUPPORTED BY 75% OF TEACHERS AND WILL HELP STUDENTS LEARN MORE AND BE BETTER PREPARED WHEN THEY GRADUATE HIGH SCHOOL. 2. CANDIDATE B WHO SAYS THAT COMMON CORE STATE STANDARDS WERE DEVELOPED IN SECRET BY THE OBAMA ADMINISTRATION AND ARE BEING IMPOSED ON KIDS WITHOUT INPUT FROM PARENTS AND LOCAL SCHOOL BOARDS. CANDIDATE A 57.4 CANDIDATE B 25.9 DK/REFUSED 16.7

5 16. GIVEN THE FOLLOWING STATEMENTS ABOUT EACH CANDIDATE S VIEWS, PLEASE TELL ME WHICH CANDIDATE YOU ARE MORE LIKELY TO VOTE FOR TO REPRESENT YOU IN THE STATE LEGISLATURE? 1. CANDIDATE A WHO SAYS THAT COMMON CORE STATE STANDARDS ARE THE BEST WAY TO IMPROVE OUR SCHOOLS NOW, RAISE STANDARDS AND HAVE ACCOUNTABILITY. THEY ARE DEFINITELY AN IMPROVEMENT OVER THE WAY SCHOOLS HAVE BEEN RUN UP UNTIL THIS POINT AND OUR CHILDREN CAN T AFFORD TO PUT THEIR EDUCATION ON HOLD WHILE WE LOOK FOR A BETTER OPTION THAT ISN T OUT THERE. 2. CANDIDATE B WHO SAYS THAT COMMON CORE STATE STANDARDS CAN T AND SHOULDN T BE OUR ONLY OPTION FOR IMPROVING SCHOOLS. CANDIDATE A 41.7 CANDIDATE B 46.0 DK/REFUSED IF YOU KNEW A CANDIDATE FOR STATE LEGISLATURE SUPPORTED EACH OF THE FOLLOWING PROPOSALS, WOULD EACH MAKE YOU MORE LIKELY OR LESS LIKELY TO SUPPORT THAT CANDIDATE FOR STATE LEGISLATURE? IF EACH WOULD MAKE NO DIFFERENCE, JUST SAY SO. "HAVING TEST STANDARDS FOR MATH AND ENGLISH AT EVERY GRADE LEVEL TO MEASURE IF STUDENTS IN YOUR STATE AND ACROSS THE COUNTRY ARE ACHIEVING MINIMUM LEVELS OF EDUCATION." MORE LIKELY 64.1 MUCH 27.3 SOMEWHAT 36.8 LESS LIKELY 23.1 SOMEWHAT 13.7 MUCH 9.5 NO DIFFERENCE 12.8 Net Diff IF YOU KNEW A CANDIDATE FOR STATE LEGISLATURE SUPPORTED EACH OF THE FOLLOWING PROPOSALS, WOULD EACH MAKE YOU MORE LIKELY OR LESS LIKELY TO SUPPORT THAT CANDIDATE FOR STATE LEGISLATURE? IF EACH WOULD MAKE NO DIFFERENCE, JUST SAY SO. "MAKING SURE YOUR STATE UTILIZES COMMON CORE STANDARDS FOR MATH AND ENGLISH TO ENSURE THAT STUDENTS ARE ADEQUATELY PREPARED FOR COLLEGE OR GET A GOOD JOB." MORE LIKELY 58.2 MUCH 27.0 SOMEWHAT 31.1 LESS LIKELY 30.1 SOMEWHAT 14.3 MUCH 15.8 NO DIFFERENCE 11.7 Net Diff. 28.1

6 19. IF YOU KNEW THE FOLLOWING STATEMENTS ABOUT COMMON CORE STANDARDS WERE TRUE, WOULD EACH MAKE YOU MORE LIKELY OR LESS "COMMON CORE STATE STANDARDS ARE RIGOROUS BENCHMARKED STANDARDS, NOT CURRICULUM, BASED ON THE WORLD S TOP PERFORMING NATIONS." MORE LIKELY 50.2 MUCH 16.9 SOMEWHAT 33.3 LESS LIKELY 35.0 SOMEWHAT 18.9 MUCH 16.1 NO DIFFERENCE 14.9 Net Diff IF YOU KNEW THE FOLLOWING STATEMENTS ABOUT COMMON CORE STANDARDS WERE TRUE, WOULD EACH MAKE YOU MORE LIKELY OR LESS "WE NEED COMMON CORE STATE STANDARDS BECAUSE 60% OF NEW JOBS IN THIS CENTURY WILL REQUIRE MATH AND SCIENCE SKILLS THAT ONLY 20% OF TODAY S AMERICAN WORKFORCE POSSESSES." MORE LIKELY 61.9 MUCH 25.6 SOMEWHAT 36.2 LESS LIKELY 23.9 SOMEWHAT 12.1 MUCH 11.8 NO DIFFERENCE 14.3 Net Diff IF YOU KNEW THE FOLLOWING STATEMENTS ABOUT COMMON CORE STANDARDS WERE TRUE, WOULD EACH MAKE YOU MORE LIKELY OR LESS "ACADEMIC STANDARDS EXPERTS AT THE CONSERVATIVE THOMAS B. FORDHAM INSTITUTE COMPARED THE OLD STANDARDS AGAINST THE NEW STANDARDS AND FOUND COMMON CORE STATE STANDARDS ARE SUPERIOR TO EXISTING STANDARDS IN 39 STATES FOR MATH AND 37 STATES FOR ENGLISH." MORE LIKELY 60.2 MUCH 21.8 SOMEWHAT 38.4 LESS LIKELY 23.3 SOMEWHAT 13.8 MUCH 9.5 NO DIFFERENCE 16.5 Net Diff. 36.9

7 22. IF YOU KNEW THE FOLLOWING STATEMENTS ABOUT COMMON CORE STANDARDS WERE TRUE, WOULD EACH MAKE YOU MORE LIKELY OR LESS "COMMON CORE STATE STANDARDS SET HIGH ACADEMIC EXPECTATIONS IN ONLY THE SUBJECTS OF MATHEMATICS AND ENGLISH. THEY DO NOT DICTATE CURRICULUM EACH STATE DECIDES INDIVIDUALLY, HOW TEACHERS SHOULD TEACH, HOW STUDENTS SHOULD LEARN OR WHAT INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS AND TEXTBOOKS ARE USED." MORE LIKELY 58.8 MUCH 20.7 SOMEWHAT 38.0 LESS LIKELY 28.4 SOMEWHAT 17.5 MUCH 10.9 NO DIFFERENCE 12.8 Net Diff IF YOU KNEW THE FOLLOWING STATEMENTS ABOUT COMMON CORE STANDARDS WERE TRUE, WOULD EACH MAKE YOU MORE LIKELY OR LESS "COMMON CORE STATE STANDARDS PRESERVE LOCAL CONTROL. THEY WERE DEVELOPED BY STATES AND WILL BE IMPLEMENTED BY STATES. EACH STATE RETAINS FULL FLEXIBILITY TO MODIFY OR IMPROVE THEM AT ANY TIME." MORE LIKELY 62.3 MUCH 21.4 SOMEWHAT 40.9 LESS LIKELY 25.0 SOMEWHAT 13.7 MUCH 11.3 NO DIFFERENCE 12.7 Net Diff. 37.4

8 24. IF YOU KNEW THE FOLLOWING STATEMENTS ABOUT COMMON CORE STANDARDS WERE TRUE, WOULD EACH MAKE YOU MORE LIKELY OR LESS "COMMON CORE STATE STANDARDS ARE NOT A NATIONAL CURRICULUM. DIFFERENT STATES CAN AND WILL IMPLEMENT STANDARDS DIFFERENTLY, USING THE TEXTBOOKS AND MATERIALS THEY CHOOSE. " MORE LIKELY 54.7 MUCH 17.4 SOMEWHAT 37.3 LESS LIKELY 30.5 SOMEWHAT 18.3 MUCH 12.2 NO DIFFERENCE 14.8 Net Diff IF YOU KNEW THE FOLLOWING STATEMENTS ABOUT COMMON CORE STANDARDS WERE TRUE, WOULD EACH MAKE YOU MORE LIKELY OR LESS "THOUGH THERE IS NOT A DEFINITE AND UNIFORM WAY TO TEST COMMON CORE STATE STANDARDS, SOME ARGUE THAT ONCE A TESTING SYSTEM IS IN PLACE THE TEACHERS WILL END UP TEACHING TO THE TEST AND STUDENTS WILL NOT LEARN EVERYTHING THEY SHOULD KNOW, JUST WHAT THEY ARE REQUIRED TO KNOW FOR THE TEST." MORE LIKELY 29.8 MUCH 11.1 SOMEWHAT 18.7 LESS LIKELY 58.0 SOMEWHAT 26.5 MUCH 31.6 NO DIFFERENCE 12.1 Net Diff IF YOU KNEW THE FOLLOWING STATEMENTS ABOUT COMMON CORE STANDARDS WERE TRUE, WOULD EACH MAKE YOU MORE LIKELY OR LESS "PREVIOUS STATE STANDARDS, EVEN WHEN MET, WERE NOT PREPARING STUDENTS FOR COLLEGE OR ENTERING THE WORKFORCE. ACCORDING TO ACT, 3 OUT OF EVERY 4 STUDENTS ENTERING COLLEGE WERE NOT ADEQUATELY PREPARED ACADEMICALLY FOR FIRST YEAR COLLEGE COURSES. " MORE LIKELY 58.2 MUCH 21.2 SOMEWHAT 37.0 LESS LIKELY 26.7 SOMEWHAT 15.8 MUCH 11.0 NO DIFFERENCE 15.0 Net Diff. 31.5

9 27. IF YOU KNEW THE FOLLOWING STATEMENTS ABOUT COMMON CORE STANDARDS WERE TRUE, WOULD EACH MAKE YOU MORE LIKELY OR LESS "THIRTY PERCENT OF CURRENT HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES CAN T PASS THE U.S. MILITARY ENTRANCE EXAM, WHICH IS FOCUSED JUST ON BASIC READING AND MATH SKILLS AND COMMON CORE STATE STANDARDS ARE INTENDED TO IMPROVE THIS RESULT." MORE LIKELY 63.8 MUCH 26.1 SOMEWHAT 37.7 LESS LIKELY 22.3 SOMEWHAT 12.5 MUCH 9.8 NO DIFFERENCE 13.9 Net Diff IF YOU KNEW THE FOLLOWING STATEMENTS ABOUT COMMON CORE STANDARDS WERE TRUE, WOULD EACH MAKE YOU MORE LIKELY OR LESS "COMMON CORE STATE STANDARDS WERE DEVELOPED BY SPECIAL INTERESTS, LOBBYISTS, AND WASHINGTON D.C. INSIDERS AND FORCED ON THE STATES BY REQUIRING THEM TO ADOPT THE STANDARDS IN ORDER TO RECEIVE MILLIONS OF DOLLARS IN ADDITIONAL FEDERAL EDUCATION FUNDS." MORE LIKELY 25.7 MUCH 8.7 SOMEWHAT 17.0 LESS LIKELY 60.2 SOMEWHAT 17.9 MUCH 42.3 NO DIFFERENCE 14.1 Net Diff IF YOU KNEW THE FOLLOWING STATEMENTS ABOUT COMMON CORE STANDARDS WERE TRUE, WOULD EACH MAKE YOU MORE LIKELY OR LESS "ACCORDING TO NATIONAL POLLS, MORE THAN 75% OF TEACHERS SUPPORT IMPLEMENTING THE COMMON CORE STATE STANDARDS IN THEIR SCHOOLS." MORE LIKELY 62.6 MUCH 23.9 SOMEWHAT 38.7 LESS LIKELY 22.2 SOMEWHAT 11.1 MUCH 11.1 NO DIFFERENCE 15.2 Net Diff. 40.4

10 30. IF YOU KNEW THE FOLLOWING STATEMENTS ABOUT COMMON CORE STANDARDS WERE TRUE, WOULD EACH MAKE YOU MORE LIKELY OR LESS "COMMON CORE STANDARDS WILL HELP PARENTS AND TAXPAYERS BETTER ASSESS THE PERFORMANCE OF OUR SCHOOLS, SO WE CAN HOLD THE EDUCATION ESTABLISHMENT ACCOUNTABLE FOR RESULTS." MORE LIKELY 61.3 MUCH 23.0 SOMEWHAT 38.3 LESS LIKELY 25.7 SOMEWHAT 13.6 MUCH 12.1 NO DIFFERENCE 13.1 Net Diff IF YOU KNEW THE FOLLOWING STATEMENTS ABOUT COMMON CORE STANDARDS WERE TRUE, WOULD EACH MAKE YOU MORE LIKELY OR LESS "CONSERVATIVE LEADERS SUCH AS GOVERNOR JEB BUSH, JOHN ENGLER, MIKE HUCKABEE, AND SUSANAH MARTINEZ SUPPORT THE COMMON CORE STATE STANDARDS ALONG WITH 16 OTHER CURRENT AND FORMER GOVERNORS." MORE LIKELY 40.2 MUCH 14.2 SOMEWHAT 26.0 LESS LIKELY 35.5 SOMEWHAT 17.0 MUCH 18.5 NO DIFFERENCE 24.4 Net Diff IF YOU KNEW THE FOLLOWING STATEMENTS ABOUT COMMON CORE STANDARDS WERE TRUE, WOULD EACH MAKE YOU MORE LIKELY OR LESS "DOZENS OF AMERICA S LEADING COMPANIES BOEING, DELL, EXXONMOBIL, IBM, STATE FARM, VERIZON AND MANY MORE BELIEVE THE COMMON CORE STATE STANDARDS ARE AN IMPORTANT OPPORTUNITY TO SET CONSISTENT, FOCUSED, RIGOROUS EXPECTATIONS FOR ALL STUDENTS WHICH WILL PROVIDE THEIR CORPORATIONS WITH WELL-EDUCATED STUDENTS TO HIRE FOR FUTURE JOBS." MORE LIKELY 57.3 MUCH 23.1 SOMEWHAT 34.2 LESS LIKELY 24.6 SOMEWHAT 12.7 MUCH 11.9 NO DIFFERENCE 18.1 Net Diff. 32.8

11 33. IF YOU KNEW THE FOLLOWING STATEMENTS ABOUT COMMON CORE STANDARDS WERE TRUE, WOULD EACH MAKE YOU MORE LIKELY OR LESS "THE COMMON CORE STATE STANDARDS HAVE IN IT THE DIRECTIVE OF ACCUMULATING ELECTRONIC DATA FILES ON ALL STUDENTS FROM CRADLE TO COLLEGE INCLUDING VERY SENSITIVE PSYCHOLOGICAL TESTING RESULTS AND IS PURPOSEFULLY AMBIGUOUS ABOUT HOW THEY MIGHT USE AND SHARE THIS DATA." MORE LIKELY 31.2 MUCH 11.6 SOMEWHAT 19.6 LESS LIKELY 55.6 SOMEWHAT 20.8 MUCH 34.8 NO DIFFERENCE 13.1 Net Diff KNOWING WHAT YOU KNOW NOW ABOUT COMMON CORE STANDARDS, DO YOU APPROVE OR DISAPPROVE OF THE COMMON CORE STATE STANDARDS? APPROVE 61.6 STRONGLY 18.7 SOMEWHAT 42.8 DISAPPROVE 29.9 SOMEWHAT 14.2 STRONGLY 15.6 DON'T KNOW 8.6 Net Diff KNOWING WHAT YOU KNOW NOW ABOUT COMMON CORE STANDARDS, WOULD YOU BE MORE OR LESS LIKELY TO VOTE FOR A CANDIDATE FOR STATE LEGISLATURE WHO SUPPORTS COMMON CORE STATE STANDARDS? IF IT MAKES NO DIFFERENCE, JUST SAY SO. MORE LIKELY 50.9 MUCH 18.2 SOMEWHAT 32.7 LESS LIKELY 28.1 SOMEWHAT 13.0 MUCH 15.1 NO DIFFERENCE 20.9 Net Diff. 22.8

12 36. IF YOU WERE GIVEN THE CHOICE BETWEEN IMPLEMENTING COMMON CORE STATE STANDARDS, OR STICKING WITH SCHOOLS THE WAY THEY ARE CURRENTLY BEING RUN, WHICH WOULD YOU CHOOSE? COMMON CORE 62.0 STRONGLY 24.4 SOMEWHAT 37.6 SCHOOLS/WAY THEY ARE 25.5 SOMEWHAT 16.2 STRONGLY 9.3 DON'T KNOW 12.5 Net Diff OF ALL THE PERSONAL TELEPHONE CALLS THAT YOU RECEIVE, THAT IS CALLS NOT RELATED TO YOUR JOB, DO YOU? CELL PHONE 56.1 ONLY 35.0 MOSTLY 21.1 BOTH EQUALLY 19.1 MOSTLY 19.1 ONLY 5.6 LANDLINE PHONE 24.7 DK/REFUSED IF YOU WERE TO LABEL YOURSELF, WOULD YOU SAY YOU ARE A LIBERAL, A MODERATE, OR A CONSERVATIVE IN YOUR POLITICAL BELIEFS? LIBERAL 30.2 VERY 10.5 SOMEWHAT 19.7 MODERATE 36.0 SOMEWHAT 20.0 VERY 13.8 CONSERVATIVE DO YOU AGREE OR DISAGREE WITH THE ISSUES AND PRIORITIES OF THE TEA PARTY MOVEMENT? AGREE 48.3 STRONGLY 9.5 SOMEWHAT 38.8 DISAGREE 51.7 SOMEWHAT 26.4 STRONGLY 25.3 DON'T KNOW - Net Diff. -3.4

13 40. DO YOU, OR DOES ANYONE IN YOUR HOUSEHOLD, BELONG TO A PUBLIC OR GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES UNION, A TEACHERS ASSOCIATION OR A PRIVATE OR OTHER LABOR UNION? UNION H.H PUBLIC/GOV'T 5.0 TEACHERS ASSOC. 7.3 PRIVATE/OTHER 2.7 NO/NONE WHAT IS YOUR CURRENTLY MARITAL STATUS? SINGLE 20.5 MARRIED 65.0 SEPARATED 1.4 DIVORCED 10.6 WIDOWED WHAT IS THE LAST GRADE OF FORMAL EDUCATION YOU HAVE COMPLETED? LESS COLLEGE GRAD SOME HIGH SCHOOL 0.5 HIGH SCHOOL GRAD SOME COLLEGE 31.9 COLLEGE GRAD COLLEGE GRAD POST GRAD WOULD YOU CONSIDER WHERE YOU LIVE TO BE AN URBAN, SUBURBAN OR RURAL AREA? URBAN AREA 23.9 SUBURBAN AREA 52.2 RURAL AREA 23.2 DK/REFUSED 0.8

14 44. HOW WOULD YOU DESCRIBE YOUR PRESENT EMPLOYMENT SITUATION A JOB IN THE PRIVATE SECTOR, A JOB WITH THE GOVERNMENT, SELF-EMPLOYED, HOMEMAKER, STUDENT, RETIRED OR NOT EMPLOYED? EMPLOYED 49.2 PRIVATE SECTOR 35.0 GOVERNMENT 5.2 SELF-EMPLOYED 9.1 HOMEMAKER 16.5 STUDENT 4.6 RETIRED 23.8 NOT EMPLOYED WHAT IS YOUR ANNUAL HOUSEHOLD INCOME? UNDER $20k 7.7 $20-$40k 21.1 $40-$60k 23.7 $60-$100k 30.1 $100-$150k 13.4 $150-$200k 2.4 $200-$250k 0.8 OVER 250k 0.8 DK/REFUSED - Mean HOW OFTEN DO YOU WATCH FOX CABLE NEWS CHANNEL? REGULARLY 43.3 EVERY DAY 8.4 ALMOST EVERY DAY 12.3 COUPLE TIMES/WEEK 18.4 ONCE A WEEK 4.2 NOT REGULARLY 56.7 COUPLE TIMES/MONTH 9.0 RARELY 24.0 NEVER HOW OFTEN DO YOU LISTEN TO CONSERVATIVE TALK RADIO SHOWS LIKE SEAN HANNITY AND RUSH LIMBAUGH? REGULARLY 21.5 EVERY DAY 3.3 ALMOST EVERY DAY 4.2 COUPLE TIMES/WEEK 10.1 ONCE A WEEK 3.9 NOT REGULARLY 78.5 COUPLE TIMES/MONTH 6.5 RARELY 25.3 NEVER 46.6

15 48. WHICH SOCIAL NETWORK ON THE INTERNET WOULD YOU SAY YOU USE THE MOST OFTEN? IF YOU DON T USE SOCIAL NETWORKS OR DON T USE THE INTERNET JUST SAY SO. FACEBOOK 68.0 DON'T USE SOCIAL 12.7 NETWORKS YOUTUBE 7.7 TWITTER 4.3 PINTEREST 2.7 LINKED-IN 2.3 GOOGLE-PLUS 0.9 INSTAGRAM 0.8 TUMBLR WHAT IS YOUR RELIGION? PROTESTANT 51.9 CATHOLIC 23.9 JEWISH 3.5 MUSLIM 0.6 MORMON 1.9 EASTERN/GREEK/ORTHO. 0.2 BUDDHIST 1.4 ATHEIST/AGNOSTIC 14.4 OTHER 2.3 REFUSED DO YOU CONSIDER YOURSELF AN EVANGELICAL OR BORN-AGAIN CHRISTIAN? (ASKED ONLY TO PROTESTANTS) Total Answering 519 YES 56.7 NO WHAT TYPE OF DEVICE DID YOU USE TO COMPLETE THIS SURVEY? DESKTOP 47.7 LAPTOP 44.7 TABLET 5.8 MOBILE DEVICE/CELL-PHONE 1.8 DK/REFUSED -

16 52. ARE YOU OR IS A MEMBER OF YOUR IMMEDIATE FAMILY FROM A LATINO, HISPANIC OR SPANISH SPEAKING BACKGROUND? YES 12.3 NO WHAT IS YOUR MAIN RACIAL BACKGROUND? 54. WHAT IS YOUR AGE? ARE YOU BETWEEN HISPANIC 12.3 AFRICAN AMERICAN 10.6 ASIAN 3.4 WHITE 72.9 OTHER OVER Mean GENDER: MALE 47.0 FEMALE REGION: NEW ENGLAND 5.6 MIDDLE ATLANTIC 13.4 EAST NORTH CENTRAL 16.4 WEST NORTH CENTRAL 7.0 SOUTH ATLANTIC 21.4 EAST SOUTH CENTRAL 6.4 WEST SOUTH CENTRAL 9.5 MOUNTAIN 7.1 PACIFIC 13.2

17 57. REGION: EAST 19.0 MIDWEST 23.4 SOUTH 37.3 WEST 20.3

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