Showing posts from September 27, 2012

Gravis Marketing-Michigan Poll

The Latest Poll in the state of Michigan. On the afternoons and evenings of September 21 and 22, 2012, non-partisan research firm Gravis Marketing and the Capitol Correspondent conducted telephone polls of 1,036 adults who are eligible to vote in the November 2012 Presidential and Senate races. Of the individuals who were polled, 804 said that they were somewhat likely, likely or very likely to vote on Election Day. Others said that they were unlikely, somewhat unlikely or very unlikely to vote. Individuals were asked a series of nine questions including their gender, age, race, party affiliation and religion in addition to their certainty of participating in Election Day voting. The following numbers come from the survey respondents who said they were somewhat likely, likely or very likely to vote: 49 percent said that they would vote for Obama versus 45 for Romney with nearly 4 percent undecided as of yet. In the Senate race between incumbent Debbie Stabenow and Pete Hoekstra, 54

Gravis Marketing-Washington State Poll

Results indicate President Obama has a 17.8 percent lead with 56.4 percent of respondents very likely, likely or somewhat likely to pull the lever in the President's favor. Challenger Mitt Romney captured favor from 38.6 percent of respondents, who were very likely (35.3 percent), likely (1.1 percent) or somewhat likely (2.2 percent) to cast their vote for the challenger. Interestingly, only 5 percent of participants fell into the typically important category of undecided. The major question: "If the presidential election were held today, whom would you vote for?" Seven prior questions that identified the demographics of the survey group helped define the profiles of respondents. Not surprisingly, the President captured 86.3 percent of respondents who consider themselves Democrats. The Romney camp received the nod from 76.1 percent of those who consider themselves Republicans. The all-important Independent voters gave Obama a much tighter 39.6 percent to 35.6 percen