This survey was conducted January 13-16, 2013 among N=805 registered “likely” voters nationwide. The margin of error is +/- 3.5%. All interviews were conducted over the telephone, with 25% via cell phone.
The presidential ballot test is virtually tied among likely voters, with 46% supporting Mitt Romney and 47% supporting Barack Obama. Another 7% are undecided. President Obama’s approval rating is mostly negative, with 46% approving and 50% disapproving of his job performance.
The Tarrance Group is pleased to present Public Notice with the key findings from a survey of “likely” voters throughout the country. The survey was conducted via telephone June 3-7, 2012, among N=800 registered “likely” voters.
When it comes to tax increases on the wealthy, voters are more concerned about opportunity for the poor and middle class than they are about the rich. A plurality (44%) finds it more concerning that there are too few opportunities for the poor and middle class to become rich, while fewer (39%) find it more concerning that there are too many opportunities for the rich to become richer.
New polling shows voters continue to place great importance on the economy and spending, therefore it is no surprise that more than eight in ten (84%) voters find it extremely or very concerning that the U.S. Senate has not passed a budget in nearly three years.