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Source: Chilenski Strategies (url)

CandidatePolitical PartyPollGraphPoll Details
RRomneyRepublican50%piePoll Date: 2012-09-20
DObamaDemocratic44%Number Polled: 817
-Other-0%Margin of Error: 3%
-Undecided-6%Voter Type: Likely

Romney with Lead in Missouri

 By: leip (I-NY) on 2012-09-27 @ 07:29:32

If the election for President was today, would you vote for Barack Obama, the Democrat or Mitt Romney the Republican?

About this Poll
Prior to fielding the survey, the questionnaire was recorded by a male with a Midwestern dialect. The integrity of the questionnaire was pre-tested internally by Chilenski Strategies before fielded. The script is available at the end of this document

The survey data was collected through Interactive Voice Response telephone interviewing. Interviews were conducted during the evening of September 20, 2012 between 5:30 to 9:00pm. The interviews averaged 180 seconds in length.

Data processing consisted of reviewing aggregated information for inconsistency, coding and recoding responses, and preparing frequency analyses and cross-tabulations.

The survey was administered to a random sample of registered voters who are likely to participate in the November 2012 election. Consistent with the profile of this universe, respondents were recruited to represent a particular combination of age, gender and voting history. In the reviewing the final results, demographics were weighted by gender, age and party affiliation to reflect the expected November 2012 universe of voters.

The margin of error of the top-line responses displayed for the 817 respondents in this survey is +/- 3.4%. Within this report, there are figures and tables that show how responses to certain questions varied by subgroups such as age, gender and partisan affiliation. Because the margin of error grows geometrically as the sample size decreases, the reader should use caution when generalizing and interpreting the small subgroups.

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