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Nevada Poll Questions

A voter survey conducted in Nevada after the highly viewed televised debate between President Barack Obama and Republican candidate Mitt Romney gives some interesting insights into the public mood before the fast approaching November elections and compared with the results of earlier polling offers a reliable measure of what effect the debate had on voter opinion. The poll was conducted by Florida based non-partisan research firm Gravis Marketing on October 3rd and 4th of 1,438 likely voters in the key state of Nevada. Besides asking who they would likely vote for, the poll asked voters whether they thought the U.S. was headed in the right or wrong direction. 51.7% overall and 84.8% of Republicans responded that they thought the country was headed in the wrong direction. 40.1% overall and 92.5% of Democrats felt the country was on the right track with 8.3% overall unsure. Voters were also asked who they thought would best manage $1 million. 50.0% overall and 86.4% of Republicans ch

Michigan Senate Poll

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Executive Summary On October 5 – 6, 2012, Gravis Marketing, a non-partisan research firm, on behalf of Scotty Boman For US Senate Michigan, conducted a survey of 970 likely voters in Michigan regarding their vote for a given Senate candidate. The candidates are Stabenow, Hoekstra, and Boman. Michigan Senate Poll- 3 way Race Boman, Stabenow, and Hoefstra -

Romney Tops Obama; McCrory Tops Dalton in North Carolina Poll

A poll conducted by non-partisan research firm Gravis Marketing shows Mitt Romney with a 8.7 percent lead over President Barack Obama in the state of North Carolina. The same poll finds North Carolina Republican Pat McCrory with a double-digit lead over Democrat Walter Dalton in the state’s governor’s race. The presidential poll shows 49.9 percent of poll-takers likely to vote for Republican candidate Romney, while 41.2 percent of poll-takers are likely to vote for incumbent President Obama. Undecided respondents, or those expressing a preference for another candidate in the presidential race, make up 8.8 percent of those participating in the poll. The governor’s poll shows Republican candidate McCrory with a 16.3 percent lead over Democratic candidate Dalton. The poll finds 49.6 percent of poll-takers likely to vote for McCrory, while 33.3 percent of poll-takers are likely to vote for Dalton. Undecided respondents, or those expressing a preference for another candidate in the gove