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About the Poll

The Washington Poll is a non-partisan, academic survey research project sponsored by the Washington Institute for the Study of Ethnicity & Race (WISER), a research center at the University of Washington in the School of Social Sciences. Dr. Gary Segura, a professor of Political Science is the Director of WISER and a co-principal investigator on this survey with Dr. Matt Barreto, also a professor of Political Science.

The survey was administered by telephone, by Pacific Market Research, in Renton, WA, based on a randomly selected list of phone numbers using a list of registered voters. The survey was in the field from October 22 – 28, 2007. A total of 601 registered voters throughout the state of Washington were interviewed, yielding in a 4.0% margin of error. Percentages may not add up to 100% due to rounding.

Additional results and cross-tabulations will be released each day, so please check back for updates.

Questions/Comments: [email protected]

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Presidential Vote: Democrats

(DEMOCRATS ONLY) If the Washington Democratic presidential primary were held today, would you vote for Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama, John Edwards, Bill Richardson, Joe Biden, Christopher Dodd, Dennis Kucinich, or Mike Gravel.

Among Registered Voters in Washington State (field dates Oct 22 – 28, 2007)

All declared candidates were listed, and those with less than 2% are grouped into “Other”

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Presidential Vote: Republicans

(REPUBLICANS ONLY) If the Washington Republican presidential primary were held today, would you vote for Rudy Giuliani, Mitt Romney, John McCain, Fred Thompson, Mike Huckabee, Tom Tancredo, Ron Paul, Duncan Hunter, or Alan Keyes.

Among Registered Voters in Washington State (field dates Oct 22 – 28, 2007)

All declared candidates were listed, and those with less than 2% are grouped into “Other”

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Giuliani vs Clinton 2008

If the 2008 election for President were held today and the candidates were Republican Rudy Giuliani or Democrat Hillary Clinton, for whom would you vote?

46

46

Among Registered Voters in Washington State (field dates Oct 22 – 28, 2007)

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Giuliani vs Obama 2008

If the 2008 election for President were held today and the candidates were Republican Rudy Giuliani or Democrat Barack Obama, for whom would you vote?

50

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Among Registered Voters in Washington State (field dates Oct 22 – 28, 2007)

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Presidential Vote in 2008

If the 2008 election for President were held today and the candidates were Republican Rudy Giuliani or Democrat Hillary Clinton / Barack Obama, for whom would you vote?

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Thompson vs Clinton 2008

If the 2008 election for President were held today and the candidates were Republican Fred Thompson or Democrat Hillary Clinton, for whom would you vote?

53

37

Among Registered Voters in Washington State (field dates Oct 22 – 28, 2007)

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Thompson vs Obama 2008

If the 2008 election for President were held today and the candidates were Republican Fred Thompson or Democrat Barack Obama, for whom would you vote?

53

35

Among Registered Voters in Washington State (field dates Oct 22 – 28, 2007)

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Presidential Vote in 2008

If the 2008 election for President were held today and the candidates were Republican Fred Thompson or Democrat Hillary Clinton / Barack Obama, for whom would you vote?

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Presidential Candidate Avg. Ratings

Now let’s talk about some candidates running for President. I\'ll read a candidate\'s name and ask you to rate each one on a thermometer that runs from 0 to 100 degrees. Ratings between 50 and 100 mean that you feel favorable toward that person, with 100 being most favorable. Ratings between 0 and 50 mean that you feel unfavorable toward that person. You may use any number from 0 to 100 to tell me how you feel.

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Presidential Candidate Warm/Cool Ratings

Using the same 0 – 100 Feeling Thermometer, this chart displays what percentage of Washington voters rate a candidate “warm” versus “cool.” Warm means that voters rated the candidate 51 or higher, and Cool means that voters rated the candidate 49 or lower.

Warm

Cool

**Warm—Respondents who rated candidate greater than 50

**Cool—Respondents who rated candidate less than 50

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Additional Results

If you have additional questions, and would like to see any additional, or more specific results, please send us an email and we will try to accommodate your request

[email protected]

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