Tuesday, November 9, 2010

PPP 2012 Presidential Preference Survey (CA, CO, CT, IL, NH, PA 11-09-10)

Cross Tabs are HERE.
PPP surveyed 882 likely 2010 California voters, including 317 typical Republicanprimary voters, from October 29th to 31st, for a +/- 3.3% margin of error for the entiresample, and +/- 5.5% for the GOP primary sample. PPP surveyed 1,059 likely 2010Colorado voters, including 341 typical Republican primary voters, from October 30th to31st, for a +/- 3.0% margin of error for the entire sample, and +/- 5.3% for the GOPprimary sample. PPP surveyed 759 likely 2010 Connecticut voters, including 180 typicalRepublican primary voters, from October 27th to 29th, for a +/- 3.6% margin of error forthe entire sample, and +/- 7.3% for the GOP primary sample. PPP surveyed 814 likely2010 Illinois voters, including 255 typical Republican primary voters, from October 30thto 31st, for a +/- 3.4% margin of error for the entire sample, and +/- 6.1% for the GOPprimary sample. PPP surveyed 1,308 likely 2010 New Hampshire voters, including 582typical Republican primary voters, from October 27th to 29th, for a +/- 2.7% margin oferror for the entire sample, and +/- 4.1% for the GOP primary sample. PPP surveyed 772likely 2010 Pennsylvania voters, including 283 typical Republican primary voters, fromOctober 30th to 31st, for a +/- 3.5% margin of error for the entire sample, and +/- 5.8% for the GOP primary sample. Other factors, such as refusal to be interviewed and weighting, may introduce additional error that is more difficult to quantify.

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

Way to go Mitt!

4 out of 6 states. Not a bad days worth of work.

zeke

kelly said...

Great poll results for Romney.

Anonymous said...

Great results for Romney...congrats. Although, it seems Palin is barely within the margin of error in a couple of those states...along with Newt.

JR

Anonymous said...

The real news is that Mr. Romney is not doing all that well in the home state of IllinoisGuy. Most of these states are Blueish anyway so it is not surprising that Mr. Romney has a slight edge, the national race is probably closer. I'd say Mr. Romney has about 30% of the delegates, Mr. Huckabee 27%, Mrs. Palin 25% Mr. Gingrich 10%, Dr. Paul 5% and Mr. Pawlenty 2%.

OHIO JOE

phil said...

Those polls are impressive. Romney certainly has the attention of all the non-Fox viewers.

Ann said...

I'd say Mr. Romney is well on his way to victory. Romneycare and all.

Revolution 2010 said...

Go MITT!

Romney / DeMint in 2012!

cyclin8 said...

http://www.rightosphere.com/blog.php?user=Illinoisguy&blogentry_id=10898

Here is a conglomeration of all the PPP polls, using only the latest for the states with multiple polls. The MOE on this would be extremely low,so what you see is what you get. Mitt leads all categories except young voters.

BOSMAN said...

IG,

has posted "conglomeration of all the PPP polls" on this site HERE.