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1 NATIONAL GENERAL ELECTION SURVEY JUNE 2012 QUESTION 1: Do you or any of your family members work in financial services, telecommunications, advertising or public relations, news media, computers, marketing or market research, politics or political campaigns or government? FINANCIAL SERVICES 2% TELECOMMUNICATIONS 1% COMPUTERS 4% YOU OR ANY OF YOUR FAMILY 94% MEMBERS DO NOT WORK IN THESE FIELDS QUESTION 2: How likely are you to vote in the November election for President? ABSOLUTELY CERTAIN 85% VERY LIKELY 15% QUESTION 3: With which political party are you currently registered? REPUBLICAN 30% DEMOCRAT 32% SOME OTHER POLITICAL PARTY - INDEPENDENT 38% NOT SURE - QUESTION 4: Generally speaking, are things in the country headed in the right direction, or are they on the wrong track? RIGHT DIRECTION 26% WRONG TRACK 59% NOT SURE 15% QUESTION 5: Generally speaking, is the economy headed in the right direction or is it on the wrong track? RIGHT DIRECTION 35% WRONG TRACK 55% NOT SURE 10%

2 QUESTION 6: What is your impression of? Please indicate let me know if you have a very favorable, somewhat favorable, somewhat unfavorable, or very unfavorable impression. BARACK OBAMA FAVORABLE 51% ---- VERY FAVORABLE 24% SOMEWHAT FAVORABLE 27% UNFAVORABLE 47% - SOMEWHAT UNFAVORABLE 8% VERY UNFAVORABLE 39% NOT SURE 2% QUESTION 7: What is your impression of? Please indicate let me know if you have a very favorable, somewhat favorable, somewhat unfavorable, or very unfavorable impression. MITT ROMNEY FAVORABLE 49% ---- VERY FAVORABLE 15% SOMEWHAT FAVORABLE 34% UNFAVORABLE 49% - SOMEWHAT UNFAVORABLE 15% VERY UNFAVORABLE 34% NOT SURE 2% QUESTION 8: In thinking about the 2012 general election for President, suppose you had a choice between Democrat Barack Obama and Republican Mitt Romney. If the election were held today, for whom would you vote? BARACK OBAMA 47% MITT ROMNEY 44% SOME OTHER CANDIDATE 5% NOT SURE 4% QUESTION 9: Are you definitely planning on voting for that candidate, or could you change your mind? DEFINITELY PLANNING ON 73% VOTING FOR HIM COULD CHANGE MY MIND 21% NOT SURE 5%

3 QUESTION 10: Do you think Barack Obama has done his job well enough to deserve reelection, or is it time to replace him with somebody else? HE HAS DONE HIS JOB WELL 42% ENOUGH TO DESERVE REELECTION IT IS TIME TO REPLACE HIM 48% WITH SOMEBODY ELSE NOT SURE 10% QUESTION 11: Why do you plan on voting for Barack Obama? OBAMA IN 2012 GENERAL ELECTION I THINK HE IS DOING THE 38% BEST HE CAN RUNNING OUR COUNTRY AND I WANT HIM TO CONTINUE TO BE IN CHARGE I SUPPORT PRESIDENT OBAMA'S 34% AGENDA I THINK OBAMA CARES MORE 29% ABOUT THE AVERAGE AMERICAN I WANT A DEMOCRAT TO 17% CONTROL THE WHITE HOUSE I DISLIKE MITT ROMNEY 16% I AGREE WITH OBAMA'S 15% POSITION ON SOCIAL ISSUES I AGREE WITH OBAMA'S 13% ECONOMIC POLICIES I LIKE HIM PERSONALLY 10% NOT SURE 2% QUESTION 12: Why do you plan on voting for a Mitt Romney? BASE=WOULD VOTE FOR MITT 100% ROMNEY IN 2012 GENERAL ELECTION I THINK OBAMA IS DOING A 56% BAD JOB AT RUNNING OUR COUNTRY TO OPPOSE PRESIDENT OBAMA 45% I LIKE ROMNEY'S ECONOMIC 17% AND FISCAL POLICIES I TRUST ROMNEY MORE TO RUN 15% OUR COUNTRY I AGREE MORE WITH ROMNEY'S 13% POSITION ON SOCIAL ISSUES I WANT A REPUBLICAN TO 10% CONTROL THE WHITE HOUSE I SUPPORT ROMNEY'S AGENDA 9% I LIKE ROMNEY PERSONALLY 5% NOT SURE -

4 QUESTION 13: Why don't you plan on voting for Romney? BASE=WOULD VOTE FOR BARACK 100% OBAMA IN 2012 GENERAL ELECTION HE IS OUT OF TOUCH WITH 39% MAINSTREAM AMERICA I DON'T WANT TO GO BACK TO 34% THE FISCAL POLICIES OF BUSH THAT GOT US INTO OUR COUNTRY'S ECONOMIC MESS I DON'T TRUST ROMNEY 33% HE FLIP-FLOPS ON ISSUES 26% HE IS TOO FAR TO THE RIGHT 19% ON SOCIAL ISSUES I DON'T LIKE HIS ECONOMIC 14% POLICIES HE DOESN'T HAVE THE RIGHT 7% EXPERIENCE TO BE PRESIDENT NOT SURE 2% QUESTION 14: Why don't you plan on voting for Obama? BASE=WOULD VOTE FOR MITT 100% ROMNEY IN 2012 GENERAL ELECTION I DON'T TRUST OBAMA 37% HE HAS NOT IMPROVED OUR 34% ECONOMIC AND FISCAL CRISES I DON'T LIKE HIS HANDLING 28% OF HEALTH CARE I DON'T LIKE HIS ECONOMIC 28% POLICIES I DON'T LIKE HIS SPENDING 24% AND TAXING POLICIES HE IS TOO FAR TO THE LEFT 21% ON SOCIAL ISSUES IT'S TIME FOR A CHANGE IN 4% LEADERSHIP I WANT A REPUBLICAN IN THE 4% WHITE HOUSE NOT SURE - QUESTION 15: In thinking about the upcoming 2012 Congressional elections, do you plan to vote for a Democrat or a Republican candidate in your district? DEMOCRAT 36% REPUBLICAN 38% OTHER 5% NOT SURE 20%

5 QUESTION 16: Do you strongly approve, somewhat approve, somewhat disapprove or strongly disapprove of the way Barack Obama is handling his job as president? APPROVE 45% -- STRONGLY APPROVE 20% SOMEWHAT APPROVE 25% DISAPPROVE 54% SOMEWHAT DISAPPROVE 15% STRONGLY DISAPPROVE 39% NOT SURE 2% QUESTION 17: Do you strongly approve, somewhat approve, somewhat disapprove or strongly disapprove of President Obama's handling of the economy? APPROVE 47% -- STRONGLY APPROVE 11% SOMEWHAT APPROVE 37% DISAPPROVE 49% SOMEWHAT DISAPPROVE 8% STRONGLY DISAPPROVE 40% NOT SURE 4% QUESTION 18: Do you strongly approve, somewhat approve, somewhat disapprove or strongly disapprove of President Obama's handling of foreign policy? APPROVE 48% -- STRONGLY APPROVE 21% SOMEWHAT APPROVE 27% DISAPPROVE 47% SOMEWHAT DISAPPROVE 18% STRONGLY DISAPPROVE 29% NOT SURE 5% QUESTION 19: Do you strongly approve, somewhat approve, somewhat disapprove or strongly disapprove of President Obama's handling of health care? APPROVE 37% -- STRONGLY APPROVE 19% SOMEWHAT APPROVE 18% DISAPPROVE 58% SOMEWHAT DISAPPROVE 14% STRONGLY DISAPPROVE 44% NOT SURE 4%

6 QUESTION 20: Do you strongly approve, somewhat approve, somewhat disapprove or strongly disapprove of President Obama's handling of the federal budget deficit? APPROVE 44% -- STRONGLY APPROVE 21% SOMEWHAT APPROVE 24% DISAPPROVE 54% SOMEWHAT DISAPPROVE 13% STRONGLY DISAPPROVE 41% NOT SURE 1% QUESTION 21: Do you strongly approve, somewhat approve, somewhat disapprove or strongly disapprove of President Obama's handling of creating jobs? APPROVE 46% -- STRONGLY APPROVE 13% SOMEWHAT APPROVE 33% DISAPPROVE 52% SOMEWHAT DISAPPROVE 12% STRONGLY DISAPPROVE 40% NOT SURE 2% QUESTION 22: Overall, do you trust the Democrats or the Republicans to do a better job in coping with the major issues the nation faces over the next few years? DEMOCRATIC PARTY 37% REPUBLICAN PARTY 32% NEITHER 24% NOT SURE 8% QUESTION 23: Here is a list of issues facing the country. For each, please indicate tell me who you think would do a better job of facing the issue Republican Mitt Romney or Democrat Barack Obama. THE ECONOMY MITT ROMNEY 52% BARACK OBAMA 37% NOT SURE 12%

7 QUESTION 24: Here is a list of issues facing the country. For each, please indicate tell me who you think would do a better job of facing the issue Republican Mitt Romney or Democrat Barack Obama. EDUCATION MITT ROMNEY 40% BARACK OBAMA 48% NOT SURE 12% QUESTION 25: Here is a list of issues facing the country. For each, please indicate tell me who you think would do a better job of facing the issue Republican Mitt Romney or Democrat Barack Obama. ILLEGAL IMMIGRATION MITT ROMNEY 41% BARACK OBAMA 38% NOT SURE 21% QUESTION 26: Here is a list of issues facing the country. For each, please indicate tell me who you think would do a better job of facing the issue Republican Mitt Romney or Democrat Barack Obama. FOREIGN AFFAIRS MITT ROMNEY 41% BARACK OBAMA 47% NOT SURE 12% QUESTION 27: Here is a list of issues facing the country. For each, please indicate tell me who you think would do a better job of facing the issue Republican Mitt Romney or Democrat Barack Obama. HEALTH CARE MITT ROMNEY 48% BARACK OBAMA 40% NOT SURE 11% QUESTION 28: Here is a list of issues facing the country. For each, please indicate tell me who you think would do a better job of facing the issue Republican Mitt Romney or Democrat Barack Obama. BALANCING THE BUDGET MITT ROMNEY 48% BARACK OBAMA 44% NOT SURE 8%

8 QUESTION 29: Here is a list of issues facing the country. For each, please indicate tell me who you think would do a better job of facing the issue Republican Mitt Romney or Democrat Barack Obama. JOB CREATION MITT ROMNEY 39% BARACK OBAMA 40% NOT SURE 21% QUESTION 30: Here is a list of issues facing the country. For each, please indicate tell me who you think would do a better job of facing the issue Republican Mitt Romney or Democrat Barack Obama. REDUCING GOVERNMENT SPENDING MITT ROMNEY 42% BARACK OBAMA 42% NOT SURE 16% QUESTION 31: Here is a list of issues facing the country. For each, please indicate tell me who you think would do a better job of facing the issue Republican Mitt Romney or Democrat Barack Obama. FIGHTING CRIME MITT ROMNEY 35% BARACK OBAMA 33% NOT SURE 32% QUESTION 32: Here is a list of issues facing the country. For each, please indicate tell me who you think would do a better job of facing the issue Republican Mitt Romney or Democrat Barack Obama. HOLDING THE LINE ON TAXES MITT ROMNEY 45% BARACK OBAMA 42% NOT SURE 13% QUESTION 33: Here is a list of issues facing the country. For each, please indicate tell me who you think would do a better job of facing the issue Republican Mitt Romney or Democrat Barack Obama. TERRORISM MITT ROMNEY 36% BARACK OBAMA 45% NOT SURE 19%

9 QUESTION 34: Regardless of how you might vote, do you consider Mitt Romney's experience with the investment firm Bain Capital a good thing or a bad thing in preparing him to be president, or does it not make much difference either way? GOOD THING 23% BAD THING 24% DOESN'T MADE A DIFFERENCE 40% NOT SURE 13% QUESTION 35: Do you favor or oppose the Supreme Court decision that allows Arizona legal officials to verify the immigration status of those they stop that appear to be illegal immigrants, but takes away other provisions of the law that created new state crimes targeting illegal immigrants? FAVOR 44% OPPOSE 36% NOT SURE 20% QUESTION 36: President Obama recently announced that the U.S. would stop deporting illegal immigrants if they came here before age 16, have been in the country for five years, have no criminal record, are in school or have a high school diploma or have been honorably discharged from the military. Do you agree or disagree with this new policy? AGREE 60% DISAGREE 31% NOT SURE 8% QUESTION 37: Generally speaking, what do you think should be the top priority for dealing with illegal immigration in the U.S.? BETTER BORDER SECURITY, 48% STRONGER ENFORCEMENT OF IMMIGRATION LAWS CREATING A WAY FOR ILLEGAL 7% IMMIGRANTS ALREADY IN THE U.S. TO BECOME CITIZENS BOTH SHOULD BE EQUAL 44% PRIORITIES NOT SURE 1% QUESTION 38: What do you think should happen to illegal immigrants working in the U.S.? THEY SHOULD BE ALLOWED TO 34% STAY AND APPLY FOR CITIZENSHIP THEY SHOULD BE ALLOWED TO 19% STAY ONLY AS GUEST WORKERS THEY SHOULD HAVE TO LEAVE 36% THE COUNTRY NOT SURE 11%

10 QUESTION 39: Some say that President Obama is going to run his presidential campaign against an activist Supreme Court. They say he will attack the Court for its Citizen United decision that created Super PACS and for upholding the Arizona immigration law that enables police officers to check the identification of people on the streets that they suspect may be illegal immigrants. Do you approve or disapprove of this strategy? APPROVE 32% -- STRONGLY APPROVE 15% SOMEWHAT APPROVE 17% DISAPPROVE 53% SOMEWHAT DISAPPROVE 16% STRONGLY DISAPPROVE 37% NOT SURE 15% QUESTION 40: Do you strongly approve, moderately approve, moderately disapprove or strongly disapprove the Supreme Court's decision to uphold Obama's law entirely? APPROVE 45% -- STRONGLY APPROVE 27% MODERATELY APPROVE 18% DISAPPROVE 50% MODERATELY DISAPPROVE 15% STRONGLY DISAPPROVE 35% NOT SURE 5% QUESTION 41: As part of the decision, the Court upheld the individual mandate requiring every citizen to purchase health care. Do you think the Supreme Court did the right thing invalidating the individual mandate, or did they do the wrong thing? THE SUPREME COURT DID THE 38% RIGHT THING UPHOLDING THE INDIVIDUAL MANDATE THE COURT DID THE WRONG 49% THING AND SHOULD HAVE INVALIDATED THE INDIVIDUAL MANDATE NOT SURE 13% QUESTION 42: Aside from this decision, do you favor or oppose the individual mandate, the government's requirement for Americans to purchase/get health insurance? FAVOR 37% OPPOSE 53% NOT SURE 10%

11 QUESTION 43: Who do you think wins politically as a result of the Supreme Court decision? President Obama and the Democrats, or Mitt Romney and the Republicans? PRESIDENT OBAMA AND THE 58% DEMOCRATS MITT ROMNEY AND THE 19% REPUBLICANS NOT SURE 23% QUESTION 44: How important will the Supreme Court's ruling be in deciding your vote for president? Most important, very important, somewhat important, not very important, or not at all important. IMPORTANT 59% ---- MOST IMPORTANT 18% VERY IMPORTANT 19% SOMEWHAT IMPORTANT 23% NOT IMPORTANT 36% --- NOT VERY IMPORTANT 20% NOT AT ALL IMPORTANT 16% NOT SURE 5% QUESTION 45: Does the Supreme Court's decision make you more or less likely to vote for Barack Obama for reelection, or does it not impact your opinion? MORE LIKELY 14% LESS LIKELY 29% NOT SURE 5% DOES NOT IMPACT MY OPINION 51% QUESTION 46: Does the Supreme Court's decision make you more or less likely to vote for Mitt Romney for President, or does it not impact your opinion? MORE LIKELY 32% LESS LIKELY 11% NOT SURE 7% DOES NOT IMPACT MY OPINION 50% QUESTION 47: Do you think taxes will go up as a result of the Supreme Court's ruling? YES 52% NO 21% NOT SURE 27%

12 QUESTION 48: Do you think your health care costs will go up as a result of the Supreme Court's ruling? YES 56% NO 21% NOT SURE 23% QUESTION 49: Generally speaking, do you think having comprehensive health care reform is one of the highest priorities facing the country, or is it not one of the highest priorities? HAVING COMPREHENSIVE HEALTH 36% CARE REFORM IS ONE OF THE HIGHEST PRIORITIES FACING THE COUNTRY IT IS NOT ONE OF THE 55% HIGHEST PRIORITIES NOT SURE 9% QUESTION 50: Do you think the Supreme Court ruling will lead to comprehensive health care reform and reform of entitlements? YES 43% NO 31% NOT SURE 25% QUESTION 51: Do you support insurance companies allowing young people to stay on their parents' health care plans through age 26, a provision that was put in place as part of Obama's health care law? YES 72% NO 21% NOT SURE 7% QUESTION 52: Do you support portability of health care plans, or allowing Americans to take their health insurance plan with them from job to job, a provision that was put in place as part of Obama's health care law? YES 56% NO 13% NOT SURE 30% QUESTION 53: Do you support prohibiting health insurance companies from denying coverage based on preexisting conditions, a provision that was put in place as part of Obama's health care law? YES 64% NO 19% NOT SURE 17%

13 QUESTION 54: Do you favor or oppose allowing individuals to purchase health insurance across state lines? FAVOR 60% OPPOSE 9% NOT SURE 31% QUESTION 55: Do you favor or oppose tort reform, or reforming the medical malpractice insurance system, as part of health care reform? FAVOR 54% OPPOSE 17% NOT SURE 29% QUESTION 56: Generally speaking, do you think the Supreme Court's decision will make our country better off, worse off, or will it not be impacted? BETTER OFF 24% WORSE OFF 47% IT WILL NOT BE IMPACTED 14% NOT SURE 14% QUESTION 57: Okay, generally speaking, do you approve or disapprove of the way the Supreme Court is handling its job? APPROVE 46% -- STRONGLY APPROVE 10% SOMEWHAT APPROVE 36% DISAPPROVE 46% SOMEWHAT DISAPPROVE 27% STRONGLY DISAPPROVE 19% NOT SURE 8% QUESTION 58: Do you think this has been an activist Supreme Court that acts mostly on a political agenda, or a Court that makes decisions based on the law? ACTIVIST SUPREME COURT THAT 52% ACTS MOSTLY ON A POLITICAL AGENDA COURT THAT MAKES DECISIONS 27% BASED ON THE LAW NOT SURE 21%

14 QUESTION 59: In your opinion, who was/is the best president of the United States? RONALD REAGAN 22% BILL CLINTON 16% ABRAHAN LINCOLN 14% FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT 13% JOHN F. KENNEDY 10% GEORGE WASHINGTON 6% BARACK OBAMA 4% JIMMY CARTER 3% HARRY S. TRUMAN 2% THEODORE ROOSEVELT 2% THOMAS JEFFERSON 2% DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER 1% GEORGE H.W. BUSH 1% GEORGE W. BUSH 1% RICHARD NIXON 1% JOHN ADAMS 1% HERBERT HOOVER - ANDREW JACKSON - JAMES K. POLK - CALVIN COOLIDGE - JAMES A. GARFIELD - LYNDON B. JOHNSON - WILLIAM MCKINLEY - ZACHARY TAYLOR -

15 QUESTION 60: Okay, and who is the second best president? ABRAHAN LINCOLN 14% BILL CLINTON 12% FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT 10% GEORGE WASHINGTON 10% JOHN F. KENNEDY 9% RONALD REAGAN 9% BARACK OBAMA 7% DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER 4% THOMAS JEFFERSON 4% GEORGE H.W. BUSH 3% GEORGE W. BUSH 3% HARRY S. TRUMAN 3% THEODORE ROOSEVELT 3% JIMMY CARTER 2% ANDREW JACKSON 1% WOODROW WILSON 1% JOHN ADAMS 1% GERALD FORD 1% RICHARD NIXON 1% LYNDON B. JOHNSON 1% JOHN QUINCY ADAMS - CALVIN COOLIDGE - JAMES MADISON - ULYSSES S. GRANT - WILLIAM HOWARD TAFT - JAMES K. POLK - CHESTER A. ARTHUR - JAMES A. GARFIELD - RUTHERFORD B. HAYES -

16 QUESTION 61: In your opinion, who was/is the worst president of the United States? GEORGE W. BUSH 31% BARACK OBAMA 28% RICHARD NIXON 10% JIMMY CARTER 9% BILL CLINTON 3% GEORGE H.W. BUSH 3% LYNDON B. JOHNSON 2% RONALD REAGAN 2% WARREN G. HARDING 1% GERALD FORD 1% HERBERT HOOVER 1% GEORGE WASHINGTON 1% CALVIN COOLIDGE 1% JAMES A. GARFIELD 1% ANDREW JOHNSON 1% FRANKLIN PIERCE 1% ANDREW JACKSON 1% WILLIAM MCKINLEY - ABRAHAN LINCOLN - THEODORE ROOSEVELT - JOHN ADAMS - RUTHERFORD B. HAYES - JAMES BUCHANAN - CHESTER A. ARTHUR - FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT - DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER - JAMES K. POLK - ULYSSES S. GRANT - JOHN F. KENNEDY - MILLARD FILLMORE - JAMES MONROE - WILLIAM HOWARD TAFT - GROVER CLEVELAND - WOODROW WILSON - ZACHARY TAYLOR -

17 QUESTION 62: Okay, and who is the second worst president? RICHARD NIXON 16% JIMMY CARTER 16% GEORGE W. BUSH 12% GEORGE H.W. BUSH 10% BILL CLINTON 10% BARACK OBAMA 8% RONALD REAGAN 4% HERBERT HOOVER 3% GERALD FORD 3% LYNDON B. JOHNSON 2% WARREN G. HARDING 1% WOODROW WILSON 1% JAMES BUCHANAN 1% ULYSSES S. GRANT 1% CHESTER A. ARTHUR 1% FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT 1% CALVIN COOLIDGE 1% ANDREW JOHNSON 1% ANDREW JACKSON 1% ABRAHAN LINCOLN 1% DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER 1% GROVER CLEVELAND 1% MILLARD FILLMORE 1% WILLIAM HENRY HARRISON - JOHN TYLER - WILLIAM HOWARD TAFT - ZACHARY TAYLOR - JAMES K. POLK - FRANKLIN PIERCE - JOHN F. KENNEDY - HARRY S. TRUMAN - THEODORE ROOSEVELT - JAMES A. GARFIELD - MARTIN VAN BUREN - WILLIAM MCKINLEY - GEORGE WASHINGTON - RUTHERFORD B. HAYES -

18 QUESTION 63-73: SUMMARY TABLE OF TOP 3 JOHN F. KENNEDY 92% RONALD REAGAN 83% DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER 79% BILL CLINTON 70% LYNDON B. JOHNSON 58% JIMMY CARTER 57% GERALD FORD 53% BARACK OBAMA 52% GEORGE H.W. BUSH 52% RICHARD NIXON 40% GEORGE W. BUSH 36% QUESTION 63-73: SUMMARY TABLE OF BOTTOM 2 GEORGE W. BUSH 62% RICHARD NIXON 57% BARACK OBAMA 46% GEORGE H.W. BUSH 44% JIMMY CARTER 40% GERALD FORD 39% LYNDON B. JOHNSON 34% BILL CLINTON 28% RONALD REAGAN 15% DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER 10% JOHN F. KENNEDY 8% QUESTION 63: DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER TOP 3 BOX 79% ---- ONE OF THE BEST 24% IN TOP 25 36% ABOVE AVERAGE 19% BOTTOM 2 BOX 10% -- BELOW AVERAGE 3% BOTTOM 25 7% NOT SURE 12%

19 QUESTION 64: JOHN F. KENNEDY TOP 3 BOX 92% ---- ONE OF THE BEST 44% IN TOP 25 23% ABOVE AVERAGE 25% BOTTOM 2 BOX 8% -- BELOW AVERAGE 5% BOTTOM 25 2% NOT SURE - QUESTION 65: LYNDON B. JOHNSON TOP 3 BOX 58% ---- ONE OF THE BEST 4% IN TOP 25 25% ABOVE AVERAGE 29% BOTTOM 2 BOX 34% -- BELOW AVERAGE 20% BOTTOM 25 13% NOT SURE 9% QUESTION 66: RICHARD NIXON TOP 3 BOX 40% ---- ONE OF THE BEST 6% IN TOP 25 11% ABOVE AVERAGE 23% BOTTOM 2 BOX 57% -- BELOW AVERAGE 18% BOTTOM 25 40% NOT SURE 3%

20 QUESTION 67: GERALD FORD TOP 3 BOX 53% ---- ONE OF THE BEST 7% IN TOP 25 19% ABOVE AVERAGE 27% BOTTOM 2 BOX 39% -- BELOW AVERAGE 30% BOTTOM 25 9% NOT SURE 8% QUESTION 68: JIMMY CARTER TOP 3 BOX 57% ---- ONE OF THE BEST 15% IN TOP 25 18% ABOVE AVERAGE 24% BOTTOM 2 BOX 40% -- BELOW AVERAGE 13% BOTTOM 25 26% NOT SURE 4% QUESTION 69: RONALD REAGAN TOP 3 BOX 83% ---- ONE OF THE BEST 35% IN TOP 25 30% ABOVE AVERAGE 17% BOTTOM 2 BOX 15% -- BELOW AVERAGE 9% BOTTOM 25 6% NOT SURE 2%

21 QUESTION 70: GEORGE H.W. BUSH TOP 3 BOX 52% ---- ONE OF THE BEST 9% IN TOP 25 17% ABOVE AVERAGE 26% BOTTOM 2 BOX 44% -- BELOW AVERAGE 12% BOTTOM 25 32% NOT SURE 5% QUESTION 71: BILL CLINTON TOP 3 BOX 70% ---- ONE OF THE BEST 29% IN TOP 25 19% ABOVE AVERAGE 22% BOTTOM 2 BOX 28% -- BELOW AVERAGE 9% BOTTOM 25 19% NOT SURE 1% QUESTION 72: GEORGE W. BUSH TOP 3 BOX 36% ---- ONE OF THE BEST 8% IN TOP 25 12% ABOVE AVERAGE 16% BOTTOM 2 BOX 62% -- BELOW AVERAGE 13% BOTTOM 25 49% NOT SURE 2%

22 QUESTION 73: BARACK OBAMA TOP 3 BOX 52% ---- ONE OF THE BEST 16% IN TOP 25 21% ABOVE AVERAGE 15% BOTTOM 2 BOX 46% -- BELOW AVERAGE 7% BOTTOM 25 39% NOT SURE 2% QUESTION 74: How old are you? UNDER % % % % 65 AND OLDER 21% QUESTION 75: Are you? MALE 48% FEMALE 52% QUESTION 76: What is your race or ethnic background? BANNER 0 WHITE OR CAUCASIAN 77% BLACK OR AFRICAN-AMERICAN 11% HISPANIC 10% ASIAN 1% SOME OTHER RACIAL OR ETHNIC 1% HERITAGE

23 QUESTION 77: What is your religion? PROTESTANT (INCLUDES 43% BAPTIST, LUTHERAN, METHODIST, EPISCOPAL, PRESBYTERIAN, AND OTHER CHRISTIANS) EVANGELICAL 3% CATHOLIC 25% JEWISH 4% MUSLIM - ATHEIST OR AGNOSTIC 8% OTHER 7% NONE 8% NOT SURE 1% QUESTION 78: Do you consider yourself liberal, moderate or conservative? LIBERAL 24% MODERATE 46% CONSERVATIVE 30% QUESTION 79: Do you belong to a union? YES 10% NO 90% QUESTION 80: Is it a public or private union? PUBLIC 47% PRIVATE 53% QUESTION 81: Are you currently employed? YES 50% NO 50% QUESTION 82: REGION WEST 23% MIDWEST 21% NORTHEAST 21% SOUTH 35%

24 QUESTION 83: You and your family earn... LESS THAN $20,000 ANNUALLY 10% $20,000 TO $40,000 26% $40,000 TO $60,000 22% $60,000 TO $75,000 12% $75,000 TO $100,000 16% MORE THAN $100,000 11% NOT SURE 3% MEAN (IN THOUSAND $) 78 MEDIAN (IN THOUSAND $) 51 STANDARD DEVIATION 85 STANDARD ERROR 4 QUESTION 84: In which of the following states do you currently reside? BASE= SAMPLE 100% ALABAMA 2% ALASKA - ARIZONA 2% ARKANSAS - CALIFORNIA 14% COLORADO 1% CONNECTICUT - DELAWARE - DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA - FLORIDA 9% GEORGIA 2% HAWAII - IDAHO - ILLINOIS 3% INDIANA 1% IOWA 1% KANSAS - KENTUCKY - LOUISIANA 1% MAINE 1% MARYLAND 1% MASSACHUSETTS 3% MICHIGAN 2% MINNESOTA 2% MISSISSIPPI - MISSOURI 2% NEBRASKA 1% NEVADA 2% NEW HAMPSHIRE 2% NEW JERSEY 3% Continued

25 QUESTION 84: In which of the following states do you currently reside? NEW MEXICO - NEW YORK 5% NORTH CAROLINA 3% NORTH DAKOTA - OHIO 7% OKLAHOMA - OREGON 2% PENNSYLVANIA 6% RHODE ISLAND - SOUTH CAROLINA 3% TENNESSEE 1% TEXAS 8% VERMONT - VIRGINIA 1% WASHINGTON 3% WEST VIRGINIA 1% WISCONSIN 1% WYOMING -

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