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CandidatePolitical PartyPollGraphPoll Details
DLynch*Democratic71%piePoll Date: 2008-10-27
RKenneyRepublican15%Number Polled: 641
-Other-1%Margin of Error: 4%
-Undecided-13%Voter Type: Likely

  * = Incumbent

Lynch (D) Increases NH Lead to 56%

 By: Inks.LWC (R-MI) - 2008-10-29 @ 01:56:10

Question:
GOV1: "And turning to the November election for New Hampshire Governor, will you vote for Joe Kenney, the Republican ... John Lynch, the Democrat ...
someone else ... or haven't you decided yet?" IF UNDECIDED: "Would you say you are leaning toward Republican Joe Kenney or Democrat John Lynch?"
Kenney Lynch Other Undecided (N=)
October 24-26 18% 68% 1% 14% 688
October 25-27 15% 71% 1% 13% 641
Registered Democrat 3% 91% 2% 5% 201
Registered Undeclared 9% 72% 1% 19% 264
Registered Republican 38% 48% 0% 13% 173
Democrat 2% 91% 1% 6% 304
Independent 6% 66% 1% 26% 96
Republican 36% 47% 1% 15% 222
Core Republican 48% 36% 1% 15% 177
Swing Voter 5% 70% 1% 24% 165
Core Democrat 1% 93% 1% 5% 300
Male 16% 73% 1% 11% 319
Female 14% 70% 1% 15% 323
High school or less 12% 68% 1% 19% 113
Some college 18% 64% 0% 18% 124
College graduate 17% 72% 1% 11% 234
Post-graduate 12% 79% 1% 8% 164
18 to 34 12% 64% 0% 24% 51
35 to 49 16% 68% 2% 14% 213
50 to 64 15% 75% 0% 10% 238
65 and over 16% 75% 0% 9% 117
Less than $30K 9% 68% 1% 22% 37
$30K to $60K 15% 80% 1% 4% 111
$60K to $75K 8% 77% 4% 11% 49
$75K to $100K 16% 77% 1% 6% 79
$100K or more 19% 72% 1% 8% 150
Attend services 1 or more/week 25% 61% 1% 14% 181
1-2 times a month 7% 79% 2% 12% 78
Less often 10% 80% 1% 9% 196
Never 12% 73% 1% 14% 170
10 yrs or less in NH 7% 69% 2% 22% 110
11 to 20 years 25% 62% 0% 13% 108
More than 20 years 15% 74% 1% 10% 412
North Country 23% 68% 0% 9% 64
Central / Lakes 8% 81% 0% 11% 106
Connecticut Valley 17% 71% 0% 12% 92
Mass Border 13% 69% 1% 16% 183
Seacoast 15% 72% 2% 12% 103
Manchester Area 19% 68% 1% 13% 94
Fisrt Cong. Dist 18% 71% 1% 11% 325
Second Cong. Dist 12% 72% 1% 15% 317

Poll Demographics

About this Poll
These findings are based on the 2008 WMUR / UNH New Hampshire Tracking Poll, conducted by the University of New
Hampshire Survey Center. This survey is sponsored by WMUR-TV Manchester and the University of New Hampshire.* Six
hundred fifty-two (652) likely New Hampshire voters were interviewed between October 25 and October 27, 2008. The
potential sampling error for the statewide survey is ±3.8%. Three-hundred twenty-nine (329) likely 1st District voters were
surveyed (margin of sampling error of +/- 5.4%) and 322 likely 2nd District voters were interviewed (margin of sampling error
+/-5.5%).

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