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1 HART RESEARCH ASSOCIATES/PUBLIC OPINION STRATEGIES Study # page 1 Interviews: 1,000 Adults, including 350 respondents with a cell phone only and Date: March 1-5, respondents reached on a cell phone but who also have a landline Study # Male 52 Female Please note: all results are shown as percentages unless otherwise stated. The margin of error for 1,000 interviews among Adults is ±3.10% The margin of error for 229 interviews among Republican Primary Voters is ±6.48% The margin of error for 262 interviews among Democratic Primary Voters is ±6.05% Unless otherwise noted by a +, all previous data shown reflects responses among all adults. Q2a For statistical purposes only, would you please tell me how old you are? (IF REFUSED, ASK:) Well, would you tell me which age group you belong to? (READ LIST) and over... 6 Not sure/refused... - Q2b To ensure that we have a representative sample, would you please tell me whether you are from a Hispanic or Spanish-speaking background? Yes, Hispanic No, not Hispanic Not sure/refused... - Q2c And again, for statistical purposes only, what is your race--white, black, Asian, or something else? White Black Asian... 2 Other... 3 Hispanic (VOL)... 6 Not sure/refused... 3 Q3 Are you currently registered to vote [LANDLINE: at this address; CELL: in (state from Q1x)]? Registered Not registered Not sure... 1

2 HART RESEARCH ASSOCIATES/PUBLIC OPINION STRATEGIES Study # page 2 Q4 All in all, do you think that things in the nation are generally headed in the right direction, or do you feel that things are off on the wrong track? High Low 3/15 1/15 12/14 11/14 10/30-11/1/14+ 10/8-12/14+ 9/14+ 8/14 6/14 9/01 10/17-20/08+ Headed in the right direction Off on the wrong track Mixed (VOL) Not sure /14 3/14 1/14 12/13 10/25-28/13 10/7-9/13 9/13 7/13 6/13 4/ /13 1/13 12/12 10/12+ 9/26-30/12+ 9/12-16/12+ 8/12+ 7/12+ 6/12 5/ /12 3/12 1/12 12/11 11/11 10/11 8/11 7/11 6/11 5/ /11 1/11 12/10 11/10 10/28-30/10+ 10/14-18/10+ 9/10 8/26-30/10 8/5-9/10 6/10 5/6-11/ /10 1/23-25/10 1/10-14/10 12/09 10/09 9/09 7/09 6/09 4/09 2/09 1/ The historical trend data for this item does not include every survey in which this item has been asked.

3 HART RESEARCH ASSOCIATES/PUBLIC OPINION STRATEGIES Study # page 3 Q5 In general, do you approve or disapprove of the job Barack Obama is doing as president? High Low 3/15 1/15 12/14 11/14 10/30-11/1/14+ 10/8-12/14+ 9/14+ 8/14 6/14 4/09 9/14+ Approve Disapprove Not sure /14 3/14 1/14 12/13 10/25-28/13 10/7-9/13 9/13 8/13 7/13 6/13 4/ /13 1/13 12/12 10/12+ 9/26-30/12+ 9/12-16/12+ 8/12+ 7/12+ 6/12 5/12 4/ /12 1/12 12/11 11/11 10/11 8/11 7/11 6/11 5/11 4/11 2/ /11 12/10 11/10 10/28-30/10+ 10/14-18/10+ 9/10 8/26-30/10 8/5-9/10 6/10 5/20-23/10 5/6-11/ /10 1/23-25/10 1/10-14/10 12/09 10/09 9/09 8/09 7/09 6/09 4/09 2/

4 HART RESEARCH ASSOCIATES/PUBLIC OPINION STRATEGIES Study # page 4 Q6 Do you generally approve or disapprove of the job Barack Obama is doing in handling the economy? High Low 3/15 1/15 12/14 11/14 10/8-12/14+ 9/14+ 8/14 6/14 4/14 3/14 2/09 8/11 Approve Disapprove Not sure /13 9/13 7/13 6/13 4/13 2/13 1/13 12/12 10/12+ 9/26-30/12+ 9/12-16/ /12+ 7/12+ 6/12 5/12 4/12 3/12 1/12 12/11 11/11 10/11 8/ /11 6/11 5/11 4/11 2/11 1/11 12/10 11/10 10/14-18/10+ 9/10 8/26-30/10 8/5-9/ /10 5/6-11/10 3/10 1/23-25/10 1/10-14/10 12/09 10/09 9/09 7/09 6/09 4/09 2/ Q7 Do you generally approve or disapprove of the job Barack Obama is doing in handling foreign policy? High Low 3/15 1/15 12/14 11/14 10/8-12/14+ 9/14+ 8/14 6/14 4/14 5/11 10/8-12/14+ Approve Disapprove Not sure /14 12/13 8/13 7/13 4/13 12/12 10/12+ 9/26-30/ /12-16/12+ 8/12+ 7/12+ 5/12 1/12 11/11 8/11 6/11 5/ /11 11/10 1/10 12/09 10/09 9/09 7/09 6/09 4/

5 HART RESEARCH ASSOCIATES/PUBLIC OPINION STRATEGIES Study # page 5 Q8 Now I'm going to read you the names of several public figures, groups and organizations, and I'd like you to rate your feelings toward each one as very positive, somewhat positive, neutral, somewhat negative, or very negative. If you don't know the name, please just say so. (RANDOMIZE EXCEPT BARACK OBAMA) Very Positive Somewhat Positive Somewhat Negative Very Negative Don't Know Name/ Not Sure Neutral Barack Obama January December November Oct. 30 Nov. 1, October 8-12, September August June April March January December October 25-28, October 7-9, September July May 30-June 2, April January December October September 26-30, August July June May April January December November October August April January December November October 28-30, August 26-30, June May 20-23, March January 23-25, December October February January Barack Obama High February Presidential Term Low August All-time Obama Low October 28-30, The historical trend data for this item does not include every survey in which this item has been asked.

6 Q8 (cont'd) HART RESEARCH ASSOCIATES/PUBLIC OPINION STRATEGIES Study # page 6 Very Positive Somewhat Positive Somewhat Negative Very Negative Don't Know Name/ Not Sure Neutral Jeb Bush January November September April May 30-June 2, Hillary Clinton January November September June April March September May 30-June 2, April January December November May April December January 10-14, July February January December September August June April March 24-25, March 7-10, January June March December April December July March January High February Low March

7 HART RESEARCH ASSOCIATES/PUBLIC OPINION STRATEGIES Study # page 7 Q8 (cont'd) Very Positive Somewhat Positive Somewhat Negative Very Negative Don't Know Name/ Not Sure Neutral Elizabeth Warren November Scott Walker November May 30-June 2, Janet Yellen * George W. Bush 1 * September July April June August May October 28-30, August 26-30, June January April January December October 17-20, October 4-5, September 19-22, September 6-8, August July June April March 24-25, March 7-10, January June January June January July January June January July January June January June January High December Low April The historical trend data for this item does not include every survey in which this item has been asked. * Asked of one-half the respondents (FORM A).

8 Q8 (cont'd) HART RESEARCH ASSOCIATES/PUBLIC OPINION STRATEGIES Study # page 8 Very Positive Somewhat Positive Somewhat Negative Very Negative Don't Know Name/ Not Sure Neutral The U.S. Federal Reserve ** Bill Clinton 1 ** September 2014+* March September December September August August September January December August June April March 24-25, March 7-10, January November March April June January June January High January Low March The historical trend data for this item does not include every survey in which this item has been asked. ** Asked of one-half the respondents (FORM B). SUMMARY TABLE OF IMAGES* BY D/S (POSITIVE NEGATIVE) TOTAL POSITIVE TOTAL NEGATIVE D/S Bill Clinton The U.S. Federal Reserve Hillary Clinton Elizabeth Warren Janet Yellen Barack Obama Scott Walker George W. Bush Jeb Bush * An item from the Q8 series has been held for later release Question 9 has been held for later release

9 HART RESEARCH ASSOCIATES/PUBLIC OPINION STRATEGIES Study # page 9 Now switching topics Q10 When it comes to the President and the Congress working on major issues, do you believe they are trying to work together and find consensus or they are trying to stick to their partisan positions and not compromise? (IF PARTISAN, THEN ASK:) Who do you feel is more responsible for this approach, the President and Democrats in Congress, the Republican majority in Congress, or are both sides equally at fault? Working together... 8 Total Partisan 89 Partisan Obama/Democrats more responsible Partisan Republican majority more responsible Partisan Both equally responsible Not sure... 3 And, thinking about something else Q11 I m going to read several positions or qualities of a candidate running for president. For each one, please tell me if it would make you feel more favorable or less favorable toward a presidential candidate, or if it would not make a difference to you either way. (IF MORE/LESS, THEN ASK) And, would that make you feel much (more/less) or just somewhat (more/less) favorable? (RANDOMIZE, ALWAYS ASK BUSH/CLINTON LAST) THIS TABLE IS RANKED BY % MORE FAVORABLE Much More Favorable Somewhat More Favorable Somewhat Less Favorable Much Less Favorable No Difference Someone who supports using American combat troops to fight ISIS Someone who supports raising taxes on the wealthy Someone who supports the Common Core educational standards Someone who is not from the Clinton or Bush family Someone who supports same-sex marriage Someone who supports a pathway to citizenship for foreigners who are currently staying illegally in the United States Not sure

10 HART RESEARCH ASSOCIATES/PUBLIC OPINION STRATEGIES Study # page 10 Q12 Now, if there were a presidential primary election in your state, would you vote in the Democratic primary, the Republican primary, or would you wait to vote in the general election in November 2016? 3/15+ 12/14+ Vote in Democratic Primary Vote in Republican Primary Wait until the general election Do not plan to vote at all (VOL) Not sure Q13-Q15 ASKED OF DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY VOTERS ONLY Q13 Next, I m going to mention a number of people who might seek the Democratic nomination for president in For each one, please tell me, yes or no, whether you could see yourself supporting that person for the Democratic nomination for president in If you don't know the name, please just say so. (RANDOMIZE LIST)^^ THIS TABLE HAS BEEN RANKED BY THE PERCENTAGE WHO SAY YES Yes, Could See Self Supporting No, Could Not See Self Supporting Don t Know Name Not Sure Hillary Clinton Joe Biden Elizabeth Warren Bernie Sanders Jim Webb Martin O Malley ^^ Results shown reflect responses among registered voters who say they would vote in the Democratic Primary Q14 Are you satisfied or dissatisfied with the choices for the Democratic presidential nomination? 3/15^^ 1/08 4/07 3/07 7/99 Satisfied Dissatisfied Not sure ^^ Results shown reflect responses among registered voters who say they would vote in the Democratic Primary Q15 Would you prefer that the Democrats find a candidate to challenge Hillary Clinton for the Democratic nomination for president, or is this not a concern to you? ^^ Find a challenger Not a concern Not sure... 1 ^^ Results shown reflect responses among registered voters who say they would vote in the Democratic Primary

11 HART RESEARCH ASSOCIATES/PUBLIC OPINION STRATEGIES Study # page 11 Q16-Q18 ASKED OF REPUBLICAN PRIMARY VOTERS ONLY Q16 Next, I m going to mention a number of people who might seek the Republican nomination for president in For each one, please tell me, yes or no, whether you could see yourself supporting that person for the Republican nomination for president in If you don't know the name, please just say so. (RANDOMIZE LIST) ^ THIS TABLE HAS BEEN RANKED BY THE PERCENTAGE WHO SAY YES Yes, Could See Self Supporting No, Could Not See Self Supporting Don t Know Name Not Sure Marco Rubio Scott Walker Mike Huckabee Jeb Bush Rand Paul Rick Perry Ben Carson Ted Cruz Rick Santorum Bobby Jindal Chris Christie Donald Trump Lindsey Graham Carly Fiorina ^ Results shown reflect responses among registered voters who say they would vote in the Republican Primary Q17 Are you satisfied or dissatisfied with the choices for the Republican presidential nomination? 3/15^ 10/11^ 6/11^ 1/08 7/07 1 6/07 4/07 3/07 3/96 2 Satisfied Dissatisfied Not sure In June and July 2007, the question was phrased, If this was the final group of candidates running for the Republican nomination, would you be satisfied or dissatisfied with the choices for the Republican presidential nomination? 2 In March 1996, the question was phrased, How satisfied are you with the present field of announced Republican candidates for president--very satisfied, fairly satisfied, just somewhat satisfied, or not that satisfied? ^ Results shown reflect responses among registered voters who say they would vote in the Republican Primary Q18 In selecting a presidential nominee for the Republican Party, which of the following is most important to you? (ROTATE) ^ A candidate with best chance to defeat the Democratic candidate A candidate who comes closest to your views on issues A candidate who has the right personal style and strong leadership qualities None/other (VOL)... 2 Not sure... - ^ Results shown reflect responses among registered voters who say they would vote in the Republican Primary In selecting a presidential nominee for the Republican Party, which of the following is most important to you? 1/12^ 10/11^ A candidate with best chance to defeat Barack Obama A candidate who comes closest to your views on issues A candidate who has the right personal style and strong leadership qualities None/other (VOL) Not sure ^ Results shown reflect responses among registered voters who say they would vote/have voted in the Republican Primary

12 HART RESEARCH ASSOCIATES/PUBLIC OPINION STRATEGIES Study # page 12 Q19-Q21 ASKED OF ALL REGISTERED VOTERS Moving on Q19 Thinking about the 2016 presidential election, which of the following statements comes closer to your point of view? Statement A: This is a time when it is important to look for a more experienced and tested person even if he or she brings fewer changes to the current policies. Statement B: This is a time when it is important to look for a person who will bring greater changes to the current policies even if he or she is less experienced and tested. 3/15+ 7/08+ 6/08 Statement A: Time for a more experienced and tested person Statement B: Time for a person who will bring greater changes Depends (VOL) Not sure Q20 AND Q21 ROTATED AMONG REGISTERED VOTERS Q20 When it comes to thinking about Jeb Bush as President, which of the following comes closer to your point of view: (ROTATE) + He would represent too much of a return to the policies of the past He would provide the new ideas and vision the country will need for the future Mixed/some of both (VOL)... 1 Don t know name (VOL)... 4 Not sure (VOL)... 8 Q21 When it comes to thinking about Hillary Clinton as President, which of the following comes closer to your point of view: (ROTATE) + She would represent too much of a return to the policies of the past She would provide the new ideas and vision the country will need for the future Mixed/some of both (VOL)... 1 Don t know name (VOL)... - Not sure (VOL)... 4

13 HART RESEARCH ASSOCIATES/PUBLIC OPINION STRATEGIES Study # page 13 Now, turning to the economy Q22 During the next twelve months, do you think that the nation's economy will get better, get worse, or stay about the same? High Low 3/15 12/14 10/8-12/14+ 9/14+ 6/14 4/14 3/14 12/13 9/09 10/7-9/13 Economy will get better Economy will get worse Economy will stay about the same Not sure /7-9/13 9/13 7/13 6/13 12/12 10/12+ 9/26-30/ /12-16/12+ 1 Prior to April 2001, the question was phrased, Over the next year 8/12+ 7/12+ 6/12 5/12 4/12 3/12 1/12 12/11 11/ /11 8/11 7/11 6/11 4/11 2/11 1/11 12/10 11/ /25-28/13 10/14-18/10+ 9/10 8/26-30/10 8/5-9/10 6/10 5/6-10/10 3/10 1/10-14/10 10/ /09 7/09 6/09 4/09 10/08+ 10/06+ 10/04+ 10/02+ 10/98+ 10/ Q23 Now, thinking about what you have seen, read, and heard in the last few weeks about our country's economy, in general, would you say it has made you feel more optimistic or less optimistic about the direction of the economy? 3/15* 7/12+ 6/12 5/12 1/12 More optimistic Less optimistic Mixed (VOL) Not Sure * Asked of one-half the respondents (FORM A).

14 HART RESEARCH ASSOCIATES/PUBLIC OPINION STRATEGIES Study # page 14 Q24 Which of these best describes your view of the economy during Barack Obama's presidency? (ROTATE TOP TO BOTTOM/BOTTOM TO TOP) 3/15 4/14 The economy has improved, and I give Barack Obama some credit for it The economy has improved, but I do not give Barack Obama much credit for it The economy has not really improved Not sure BILL CLINTON TREND 4/21-1/96 25/95 The economy has improved, and I give Bill Clinton some credit for it The economy has improved, but I do not give Bill Clinton much credit for it The economy has not really improved Not sure And, switching topics Q25 Now, let me read you a list of some groups and individuals, and I would like you to tell me how well each one represents the values of the middle class--very well, fairly well, just somewhat well, or not very well. If you don't know the name, please just say so. (RANDOMIZE) THIS TABLE HAS BEEN RANKED BY % VERY WELL Very Well Fairly Well Just Somewhat Well Not Very Well Don't Know Name/ Not Sure Barack Obama September November 11-15, Hillary Clinton The Democratic Party September November 11-15, December 10-13, The Republican Party September November 11-15, December 10-13, Jeb Bush Questions have been held for later release

15 HART RESEARCH ASSOCIATES/PUBLIC OPINION STRATEGIES Study # page 15 Now as you may know, Barack Obama s health care plan was passed by Congress and signed into law in 2010 Q30 From what you have heard about the new health care law, do you think it is (ROTATE) a good idea or a bad idea? If you do not have an opinion either way, please just say so. (If Good idea/bad idea, ask:) And, do you feel that way strongly, or not so strongly? 3/15 10/8-12/14+ 9/14+ 4/14 3/14 1/14 12/13 10/25-28/13 10/7-9/13 9/13 TOTAL GOOD IDEA Strongly Not so strongly TOTAL BAD IDEA Not so strongly Strongly Do not have an opinion Not sure /13 6/13 7/12+ 6/12 4/12 12/11 1/11 10/14-18/10+ 6/10+ 5/6-10/10 1 TOTAL GOOD IDEA Strongly Not so strongly TOTAL BAD IDEA Not so strongly Strongly Do not have an opinion Not sure /10 1/23-25/10 1/10-14/10 12/09 10/09 9/09 8/09 7/09 6/09 4/09 Good idea Bad idea Do not have an opinion Not sure Prior to May 2010, the question did not ask And, do you feel that way strongly, or not so strongly? Q31 Has what you have seen, read, or heard over the last few weeks about the new health care law made you feel (ROTATE) -- more confident or less confident -- about the law or has your opinion of the law not changed? 3/15* 9/14+ 4/14 12/13 10/25-28/13 More confident Less confident No change Have not seen, read, or heard about law (VOL) Not sure * Asked of one-half the respondents (FORM A).

16 HART RESEARCH ASSOCIATES/PUBLIC OPINION STRATEGIES Study # page 16 Now, switching topics Q32 How worried are you that the United States will experience another major terrorist attack--very worried, fairly worried, only slightly worried, or not really worried at all? 3/15 5/11 5/10 1/10 10/17-20/08+ 9/07 7/07 1/06 7/05 9/20/01 Very worried Fairly worried Only slightly worried Not really worried at all Not sure And, thinking about Iran Q33 As you may know, the United States is currently in negotiations with Iran that would limit, for at least ten years, Iran s ability to produce nuclear material. The deal would not end Iran s nuclear program, but would delay Iran s ability to produce enough materials to make nuclear weapons. In return, the United States and other Western nations would ease economic sanctions that have been imposed on Iran, and would eventually allow Iran to use nuclear power for other purposes, like energy. Do you think that this agreement will make a real difference or will not make a real difference in preventing Iran from producing nuclear weapons? * Will make a real difference Will NOT make a real difference Not sure... 5 * Asked of one-half the respondents (FORM A). March 2007 As you may know, the United States recently reached a deal with North Korea that would normalize relations between the two countries and includes food and fuel aid for North Korea. In return, North Korea would suspend its nuclear weapon program. Do you think that this agreement will make a real difference or will not make a real difference in ending North Korea's nuclear weapon program? Will make a real difference Will NOT make a real difference Not sure... 8 Now, as you may know, a terrorist group called ISIS that is operating in Syria and Iraq has declared an independent Islamic state Q34 Now, would you say that the United States is (ROTATE TOP TO BOTTOM, BOTTOM TO TOP) very likely to succeed against ISIS, somewhat likely to succeed, not very likely to succeed, or not at all likely to succeed against ISIS? ** Very likely to succeed against ISIS Somewhat likely to succeed against ISIS Not very likely to succeed against ISIS Not at all likely to succeed against ISIS... 5 Depends (VOL)... 2 Not sure... 3 ** Asked of one-half the respondents (FORM B).

17 HART RESEARCH ASSOCIATES/PUBLIC OPINION STRATEGIES Study # page 17 And, switching topics one last time Q35 Do you favor or oppose allowing gay and lesbian couples to enter into same-sex marriages? (IF "FAVOR" OR "OPPOSE," ASK:) Would you say that you strongly (favor/oppose), or just somewhat (favor/oppose)? 3/15 4/13 12/12 3/12 10/09 3/ /03 7/03 Favor Allowing Same-Sex Marriages {32 {32 Strongly favor Somewhat favor Oppose Allowing Same-Sex Marriages {56 {51 Somewhat oppose Strongly oppose Depends (VOL) Not sure Prior to March 2004, the question was phrased, Do you favor or oppose allowing gay and lesbian couples to enter into same-sex marriages? Q36 Do you personally know or work with someone who is gay or lesbian? 3/15 4/13 12/12 5/12 3/12 3/04 Yes No Not sure ASKED ONLY OF RESPONDENTS WHO SAY YES IN Q36 Q37 Is that person yourself, a member of your family, a close friend, a co-worker, or an acquaintance? (ACCEPT MULTIPLE RESPONSES) 3/15 4/13 12/12 5/12 3/12 3/04 Self Family member Close friend Co-worker Acquaintance Other (VOL) Not sure/refused Do not know or work with anyone who is gay or lesbian or not sure (Q36)

18 HART RESEARCH ASSOCIATES/PUBLIC OPINION STRATEGIES Study # page 18 Now I am going to ask you a few questions for statistical purposes only. QF1b/c A lot of people are unable to get out and vote for many reasons. Did you happen to vote in the November 2012 election for president? (IF YES, ASK:) For whom did you vote Barack Obama, Mitt Romney, or someone else? Voted for Barack Obama Voted for Mitt Romney Voted for someone else Not sure... 5 No, Did Not Vote Not sure... - QF1d And, thinking still about 2012, who did you prefer in the 2012 Republican Presidential primary process (RANDOMIZE) Mitt Romney, Ron Paul, Rick Santorum did you prefer some other candidate, or did you have no preference among the 2012 Republican presidential candidates? ^ Mitt Romney Ron Paul Rick Santorum Some other candidate No preference Not sure... 1 ^ Results shown reflect responses among registered voters who say they would vote/have voted in the Republican Primary QF2 Are you currently employed? (IF "CURRENTLY EMPLOYED," ASK:) What type of work do you do? (RECORD UNDER "6--OTHER.") (IF "NOT CURRENTLY EMPLOYED," ASK:) Are you a student, a stay-athome mom or dad, retired, or unemployed and looking for work? Currently Employed Professional, manager White-collar worker Blue-collar worker Farmer, rancher... - Not Currently Employed Student... 3 Stay at home mom/dad... 6 Retired Unemployed, looking for work... 4 Other... - Not sure... 1 QF3 What is the last grade that you completed in school? (DO NOT READ CHOICES.) Grade school... - Some high school... 4 High school graduate Some college, no degree Vocational training/school year college degree year college/bachelor's degree Some postgraduate work, no degree years postgraduate work/master's degree Doctoral/law degree... 4 Not sure/refused... -

19 HART RESEARCH ASSOCIATES/PUBLIC OPINION STRATEGIES Study # page 19 QF4 Generally speaking, do you think of yourself as a Democrat, a Republican, an independent, or something else? (IF "DEMOCRAT" OR "REPUBLICAN," ASK:) Would you call yourself a strong (Democrat/Republican) or not a very strong (Democrat/Republican)? (IF "NOT SURE," CODE AS "NOT VERY STRONG DEMOCRAT/REPUBLICAN.") (IF "INDEPENDENT," ASK:) Do you think of yourself as closer to the Republican Party, closer to the Democratic Party, or do you think of yourself as strictly independent? (IF "NOT SURE," CODE AS "STRICTLY INDEPENDENT.") Strong Democrat Not very strong Democrat Independent/lean Democrat Strictly Independent Independent/lean Republican Not very strong Republican... 8 Strong Republican Other (VOL)... 3 Not sure... 1 QF5 Thinking about your general approach to issues, do you consider yourself to be liberal, moderate, or conservative? (IF "LIBERAL" OR "CONSERVATIVE," ASK:) Do you consider yourself to be very (liberal/conservative) or somewhat (liberal/conservative)? Very liberal Somewhat liberal Moderate Somewhat conservative Very conservative Not sure... 3

20 HART RESEARCH ASSOCIATES/PUBLIC OPINION STRATEGIES Study # page 20 QF5a-j And, on a scale from one to ten where ten represents a description that is perfect for you and one a description that is totally wrong for you, how well do each of the following describe you? You can, of course, use any number between one and ten. (RECORD EXACT NUMBER 1-10, USE 99 FOR DK/REF) To what extent do you regard yourself as... THIS TABLE HAS BEEN RANKED BY %8-10 AMONG REPUBLICAN PRIMARY VOTERS Refused Mean A supporter of the goals of the National Rifle Association and other gun rights groups^ A supporter of the traditional definition of marriage as being between one man and one woman^ A supporter of the Right-to-Life movement^ A supporter of the Tea Party Movement^ A Libertarian^ ^ Results shown reflect responses among registered voters who say they would vote in the Republican Primary THIS TABLE HAS BEEN RANKED BY %8-10 AMONG DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY VOTERS Refused Mean A supporter of civil liberties^^ An environmentalist^^ A supporter of pro-choice groups on abortion^^ A supporter of the gay rights movement^^ A supporter of labor unions^^ ^^ Results shown reflect responses among registered voters who say they would vote in the Democratic Primary

21 HART RESEARCH ASSOCIATES/PUBLIC OPINION STRATEGIES Study # page 21 QF6a What is your religion? Protestant (includes Baptist, Lutheran, Methodist, Episcopal, Presbyterian, and other Christians) Catholic Jewish... 2 Muslim... - Mormon/LDS/Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints... 2 Other None Not sure/refused... 2 QF6b How often do you attend services at a church, synagogue, mosque, or other place of worship? (READ LIST.) Never Once a year... 8 A few times a year Once a month... 7 About twice a month... 8 Once a week or more often Not sure... 2 QF7a/b Are you a current or retired labor union member? (ASK ONLY OF RESPONDENTS WHO SAY "NO" OR "NOT SURE" IN QF7a.) Is anyone else in your household a current or retired labor union member?+ Labor union member Union household... 8 Non-union household Not sure... 1 QF8 If you added together the yearly income of all the members of your family who were living at home last year, would the total be less than ten thousand dollars, between ten thousand dollars and twenty thousand dollars, between twenty thousand dollars and thirty thousand dollars, between thirty thousand dollars and forty thousand dollars, between forty thousand dollars and fifty thousand dollars, between fifty thousand dollars and seventy-five thousand dollars, between seventy-five thousand dollars and one hundred thousand dollars, or would the total be more than that? Less than $10, Between $10,000 and $20, Between $20,000 and $30, Between $30,000 and $40, Between $40,000 and $50, Between $50,000 and $75, Between $75,000 and $100, More than $100, Not sure/refused... 7

22 HART RESEARCH ASSOCIATES/PUBLIC OPINION STRATEGIES Study # page 22 QF9 Thinking about your telephone use, do you have a cell phone? (IF YES, THEN ASK:) Of all the personal telephone calls that you receive, do you get (ROTATE TOP TO BOTTOM/BOTTOM TO TOP) all calls on a cell phone, almost all calls on a cell phone, some calls on a cell phone and some on a regular home phone, almost all calls on a regular home phone, all calls on a regular home phone. Have only a cell phone (CELL ONLY SAMPLE) Yes, all calls on a cell phone... 6 Yes, almost all calls on a cell phone Yes, some on a cell phone and some on a regular home phone Yes, almost all calls on a regular home phone... 9 Yes, all calls on a regular home phone... 5 No, do not have a cell phone... 7 Not sure/refuse... - ASKED ONLY OF RESPONDENTS WHO REPORT HAVING A CELL PHONE QF10 And, is your cell phone a smart phone or not? Yes No Not sure... 1 Do not have a cell phone (QF9)... 7

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