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JZ Analytics Interactive Poll of Wisconsin Likely Voters 9/28/12 to 9/29/12 MOE +/- 4.

9 percentage points
201. Overall, do you approve or disapprove of Barack Obama's job as president?
Party
Total

Strongly approve
Somewhat approve

23.3

87

56.1

109

26.3

54

34.9

15

54

13.1

5.4

130

31.4

24

5.9

Not sure
Total

Republican

96

Somewhat disapprove
Strongly disapprove

Democratic

Ideology Recoded

414 100.0

Strongly approve
Somewhat approve
Somewhat disapprove
Strongly disapprove
Not sure
Total

Total
%

Moderate

18-49

50+
%

<$50K

$50-100K

$100K+

8.3

40

54.3

44

24.6

3.9

55

24.0

37

22.3

63

30.0

23

17.5

22.2

10.2

40

34.5

22

29.4

69

38.4

6.7

62

26.8

45

26.6

59

28.6

34

26.1

25.5

29

20.7

16

14.1

6.4

27

15.0

18

14.5

31

13.5

20

12.0

25

12.2

18

13.8

12.7

.9

97

67.9

32

27.4

9.9

31

17.1

89

73.3

71

30.5

54

32.2

47

22.5

50

38.2

12

35.8

2.8

1.2

18

15.8

4.8

1.7

12

5.2

12

6.9

14

6.7

4.5

3.8

155 100.0

143 100.0

117 100.0

Gender
N

Liberal

Income

10

Total

Independent

Age

Conservativ
e

Male
%

74 100.0

180 100.0

121 100.0

Education

Female

No College
Degree

231 100.0

168 100.0

208 100.0

Race

College
Degree+

White
%

132 100.0

34 100.0

Wal-Mart Shop

Not White

Weekly

Few/Month

1-2/year

Never

Other
%

96

23.3

96

23.3

45

23.1

49

23.0

65

26.3

32

19.0

75

21.2

21

36.3

23

27.4

40

24.6

25

19.3

24.3

15.3

109

26.3

109

26.3

52

26.2

56

26.3

62

24.9

47

28.6

96

27.1

13

21.7

15

17.2

46

28.2

39

30.6

20.4

6.9

54

13.1

54

13.1

14

7.4

40

18.5

26

10.7

27

16.4

52

14.7

2.9

6.9

19

12.1

25

19.1

13.7

130

31.4

130

31.4

70

35.6

60

27.9

82

33.1

49

29.3

114

32.0

16

27.8

33

38.6

50

30.8

31

23.9

12

41.6

77.8

24

5.9

24

5.9

15

7.8

4.3

12

5.0

11

6.6

18

5.0

11.4

9.8

4.3

7.1

414 100.0

414 100.0

197 100.0

214 100.0

247 100.0

165 100.0

356 100.0

58 100.0

85 100.0

162 100.0

129 100.0

30 100.0

5 100.0

Subsets have a larger margin of error than the whole data set. As a rule we do not rely on the validity of very small subsets of the data, especially sets smaller
than 50-75 respondents. At that size subset we can make generalizations, but in these cases the data is more qualitative than quantitative.
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JZ Analytics Interactive Poll of Wisconsin Likely Voters 9/28/12 to 9/29/12 MOE +/- 4.9 percentage points
201. Overall, do you approve or disapprove of Barack Obama's job as president?
Total
Total

Strongly approve
Somewhat approve
Somewhat disapprove
Strongly disapprove
Not sure
Total

Catholic
%

Religion
Protestan
Jewish
t

96

23.3

96

23.3

30

22.1

48

24.1

109

26.3

109

26.3

40

29.1

35

17.8

Strongly disapprove
Not sure
Total

1 100.0

Yes

No
%

Weekly+

Weekly

1-2/Month

Holidays

Rarely

Never

18

23.7

10

14.6

38

28.9

14.0

28

26.3

14.2

14

29.1

34

26.9

12

18.9

33

42.4

11

16.0

25

18.7

4.4

16

15.7

15

41.7

15

29.9

34

27.1

26

40.0

13.1

54

13.1

13

9.7

33

16.7

10.0

14.1

24

18.0

8.2

11

10.4

12.9

13.2

21

16.5

8.8

31.4

130

31.4

41

30.0

72

36.5

17

21.3

36

54.1

36

27.6

16

68.4

42

40.0

11

29.6

13

26.7

26

20.7

20

30.1

24

5.9

24

5.9

12

9.1

10

5.0

2.7

1.3

6.9

5.0

7.7

1.7

1.1

11

8.8

2.2

414 100.0

414 100.0

137 100.0

199 100.0

1 100.0

78 100.0

67 100.0

Marital status

Total

Somewhat disapprove

54

Somewhat approve

Attend services

130

Total

Strongly approve

Born again
Other/
None

Married

Single

24 100.0

Civil
union

Yes

No
%

105 100.0

36 100.0

Union Member in
Household

Child under 17

Div/Sep/
Wdw

132 100.0

Yes
%

125 100.0

NASCAR Fan

No
%

49 100.0

Yes
%

Investor Class

No
%

65 100.0

Yes
%

No
%

96

23.3

96

23.3

38

18.5

29

25.1

23

31.5

34.2

16

14.2

81

26.7

16

23.4

81

23.3

22

22.5

74

23.5

16

17.3

81

25.0

109

26.3

109

26.3

51

24.5

32

28.2

22

30.6

16.7

35

31.4

74

24.4

18

26.3

91

26.3

28

28.2

81

25.7

31

33.6

78

24.2

54

13.1

54

13.1

34

16.4

8.2

10

14.0

2.3

17

15.5

37

12.2

12

18.3

42

12.1

11

10.7

44

13.8

13

13.8

41

12.9

130

31.4

130

31.4

73

35.0

33

28.8

16

21.6

46.8

40

35.5

90

29.9

12

18.4

118

33.9

35

35.8

95

30.1

28

31.0

102

31.5

24

5.9

24

5.9

12

5.6

11

9.6

2.3

3.4

21

6.8

13.6

15

4.4

2.8

22

6.9

4.3

21

6.4

414 100.0

414 100.0

208 100.0

115 100.0

73 100.0

18 100.0

112 100.0

302 100.0

67 100.0

347 100.0

98 100.0

316 100.0

92 100.0

322 100.0

Subsets have a larger margin of error than the whole data set. As a rule we do not rely on the validity of very small subsets of the data, especially sets smaller
than 50-75 respondents. At that size subset we can make generalizations, but in these cases the data is more qualitative than quantitative.
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JZ Analytics Interactive Poll of Wisconsin Likely Voters 9/28/12 to 9/29/12 MOE +/- 4.9 percentage points
203. Do you think President Obama deserves to be re-elected or do you think it is time for someone new?
Party
Total

Democratic

Ideology Recoded

Republican

Independent

Liberal

Moderate

Age

Conservativ
e

Income

18-49

50+
%

<$50K
%

$50-100K

$100K+

Deserves to be reelected

200

48.2

142

91.8

12

8.6

45

38.9

60

81.2

113

63.0

10

8.4

114

49.5

81

48.4

119

57.3

57

43.0

14

40.2

Time for someone new

179

43.3

1.9

127

89.0

49

42.4

10.7

51

28.4

107

88.1

101

43.8

68

40.7

73

34.8

62

47.3

17

50.6

35

8.5

10

6.4

2.4

22

18.7

8.1

15

8.6

3.5

15

6.7

18

10.9

16

7.9

13

9.6

9.2

Not sure
Total

414 100.0

155 100.0

143 100.0

Total

117 100.0

Gender

Education
No College
College
Degree
Degree+

231 100.0

168 100.0

208 100.0

Race

34 100.0

Wal-Mart Shop

200

48.2

200

48.2

95

48.5

101

47.4

119

48.3

80

48.6

165

46.2

35

60.6

35

41.0

84

51.9

61

47.5

16

52.1

16.8

Time for someone new

179

43.3

179

43.3

88

44.4

92

42.8

110

44.6

69

41.4

158

44.2

22

37.4

44

51.7

68

42.0

49

38.0

14

47.9

77.8

35

8.5

35

8.5

14

7.1

21

9.9

17

7.1

16

9.9

34

9.5

2.0

7.3

10

6.1

19

14.5

5.4

414 100.0

414 100.0

197 100.0

214 100.0

Total

Catholic
%

Protestan
t

Deserves to be reelected

200

48.2

200

48.2

68

49.9

82

41.3

Time for someone new

179

43.3

179

43.3

55

40.1

102

51.3

35

8.5

35

8.5

14

10.0

15

7.5

Not sure
Total

414 100.0

165 100.0

Religion

Total

247 100.0

White

132 100.0

Deserves to be reelected

Female

121 100.0

Total

Male

180 100.0

Total

Not sure

74 100.0

414 100.0

137 100.0

199 100.0

Not White

356 100.0

Weekly

58 100.0

Few/Month

85 100.0

162 100.0

Born again

Jewish

Other/
None

29.1

70.9

1 100.0

Yes

Never

129 100.0

Other

30 100.0

5 100.0

Attend services

No
%

1-2/year

Weekly+

Weekly

1-2/Month

Holidays

Rarely

Never

49

63.3

21

30.9

61

46.5

18.4

42

40.0

20

55.0

27

54.5

68

53.9

37

57.4

23

29.1

43

64.8

59

44.5

17

71.9

52

49.8

14

39.7

20

41.0

46

36.9

23

34.8

7.6

4.3

12

9.0

9.8

11

10.2

5.4

4.6

11

9.2

7.7

78 100.0

67 100.0

132 100.0

24 100.0

105 100.0

36 100.0

49 100.0

125 100.0

65 100.0

Subsets have a larger margin of error than the whole data set. As a rule we do not rely on the validity of very small subsets of the data, especially sets smaller
than 50-75 respondents. At that size subset we can make generalizations, but in these cases the data is more qualitative than quantitative.
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203. Do you think President Obama deserves to be re-elected or do you think it is time for someone new?
Total

Marital status

48.2

200

48.2

90

43.3

58

50.9

44

60.5

37.1

49

43.9

151

49.8

34

50.1

166

47.9

51

52.1

149

47.0

43

46.7

157

48.7

Time for someone new

179

43.3

179

43.3

99

47.4

47

41.5

23

30.9

11

58.2

54

47.8

126

41.6

18

27.4

161

46.4

42

43.0

137

43.4

38

41.7

141

43.8

35

8.5

35

8.5

19

9.2

7.6

8.6

4.7

8.3

26

8.5

15

22.5

20

5.8

4.9

30

9.6

11

11.7

24

7.6

414 100.0

208 100.0

115 100.0

73 100.0

18 100.0

No
%

112 100.0

Yes
%

302 100.0

No
%

67 100.0

Yes

Investor Class

200

414 100.0

Yes

NASCAR Fan

Deserves to be reelected

Total

Single

Civil
union

Married

Div/Sep/
Wdw

Total

Not sure

Union Member in
Household

Child under 17

347 100.0

No
%

98 100.0

Yes
%

316 100.0

No
%

92 100.0

322 100.0

Subsets have a larger margin of error than the whole data set. As a rule we do not rely on the validity of very small subsets of the data, especially sets smaller
than 50-75 respondents. At that size subset we can make generalizations, but in these cases the data is more qualitative than quantitative.
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JZ Analytics Interactive Poll of Wisconsin Likely Voters 9/28/12 to 9/29/12 MOE +/- 4.9 percentage points
204. In the Congressional race in 2012, for which party's candidate do you intend to vote - Democrat or Republican?
Party
Total

Democrat

171

41.4

Republican

158

38.1

85

20.5

Not sure
Total

Democratic

135

87.1

20

414 100.0

Republican

<$50K

$50-100K

$100K+

29

24.8

62

83.3

86

47.9

10

8.4

90

39.1

76

45.2

98

47.0

56

42.5

11

31.4

29

25.2

8.7

47

26.4

100

82.6

91

39.2

58

34.5

61

29.2

55

41.8

18

53.4

4.7

58

50.1

7.9

46

25.8

11

9.0

50

21.7

34

20.4

50

23.8

21

15.8

15.2

Male

50+
%

5.3

143 100.0

18-49

90.0

117 100.0

Gender

Total

Income

Total

Age

128
12.9

155 100.0

Independent

Ideology Recoded
Conservativ
Liberal
Moderate
e

180 100.0

121 100.0

Education
No College
Degree

Female
%

74 100.0

168 100.0

208 100.0

Race

College
Degree+

231 100.0

White

34 100.0

Wal-Mart Shop

Not White

132 100.0

Weekly

Few/Month

1-2/year

Never

Other

Democrat

171

41.4

171

41.4

76

38.5

93

43.3

100

40.7

71

42.9

143

40.2

28

48.8

32

37.8

74

46.0

47

36.2

16

52.1

15.3

Republican

158

38.1

158

38.1

73

37.0

85

39.6

90

36.5

67

40.4

143

40.1

15

25.5

32

37.3

65

40.5

45

34.9

12

40.6

64.6

85

20.5

85

20.5

48

24.5

37

17.1

56

22.8

28

16.7

70

19.7

15

25.7

21

24.9

22

13.5

37

29.0

7.3

20.1

Not sure
Total

414 100.0

414 100.0

197 100.0

214 100.0

Total

Democrat

171

41.4

171

41.4

63

46.1

68

34.3

Republican

158

38.1

158

38.1

44

32.4

94

85

20.5

85

20.5

29

21.5

37

Total

414 100.0

165 100.0

Religion
N
%

414 100.0

Catholic

Protestan
t

Total

Not sure

247 100.0

137 100.0

Jewish

58 100.0

85 100.0

162 100.0

Born again
Other/
None

Yes

30 100.0

5 100.0

Attend services

No
%

129 100.0

Weekly+

Weekly

1-2/Month

Holidays

Rarely

Never

39

50.5

20

30.3

48

36.3

21.4

32

30.6

20

55.0

25

50.8

65

51.7

24

36.3

47.2

20

25.4

40

59.7

54

40.9

16

68.5

48

45.8

11

30.1

19

38.8

36

29.0

22

34.4

18.5

19

24.2

9.9

30

22.8

10.1

25

23.6

14.9

10.4

24

19.3

19

29.3

199 100.0

1 100.0

356 100.0

1 100.0

78 100.0

67 100.0

132 100.0

24 100.0

105 100.0

36 100.0

49 100.0

125 100.0

65 100.0

Subsets have a larger margin of error than the whole data set. As a rule we do not rely on the validity of very small subsets of the data, especially sets smaller
than 50-75 respondents. At that size subset we can make generalizations, but in these cases the data is more qualitative than quantitative.
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204. In the Congressional race in 2012, for which party's candidate do you intend to vote - Democrat or Republican?
Total
Total

Married

Marital status
Div/Sep/
Wdw
Single

Union Member in
Household

Child under 17
Civil
union

Yes

No
%

Yes
%

NASCAR Fan

No
%

Yes
%

Investor Class

No
%

Yes
%

No
%

Democrat

171

41.4

171

41.4

83

39.8

41

35.8

39

54.1

42.6

42

37.1

130

43.0

32

47.9

139

40.1

42

43.1

129

40.9

37

39.8

135

41.8

Republican

158

38.1

158

38.1

92

44.4

42

36.6

14

19.6

50.4

49

44.0

108

35.9

16

23.3

142

40.9

41

41.8

117

37.0

36

39.5

121

37.7

85

20.5

85

20.5

33

15.8

32

27.6

19

26.3

7.1

21

18.9

64

21.1

19

28.8

66

18.9

15

15.1

70

22.2

19

20.7

66

20.5

Not sure
Total

414 100.0

414 100.0

208 100.0

115 100.0

73 100.0

18 100.0

112 100.0

302 100.0

67 100.0

347 100.0

98 100.0

316 100.0

92 100.0

322 100.0

Subsets have a larger margin of error than the whole data set. As a rule we do not rely on the validity of very small subsets of the data, especially sets smaller
than 50-75 respondents. At that size subset we can make generalizations, but in these cases the data is more qualitative than quantitative.
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JZ Analytics Interactive Poll of Wisconsin Likely Voters 9/28/12 to 9/29/12 MOE +/- 4.9 percentage points
206. If the election for president were held today, for whom would you vote?
Party
Total

Democratic

Republican

Ideology Recoded
Conservativ
Liberal
Moderate
e

Independent

Age

Income

18-49

50+
%

<$50K
%

$50-100K

$100K+

Democrat Barack Obama

202

48.9

146

94.5

13

9.0

43

37.1

62

84.2

115

64.2

11

9.1

116

50.1

81

48.4

121

58.3

60

45.1

14

40.2

Republican Mitt Romney

161

38.8

.1

127

88.9

34

28.9

9.3

46

25.5

103

84.8

89

38.3

63

37.3

60

28.9

58

43.8

18

53.4

.9

.9

2.0

1.5

.6

1.3

1.5

.2

1.0

1.3

.1

.1

4.5

4.9

18

9.8

4.8

23

10.1

23

14.0

25

11.8

13

9.6

6.3

Libertarian Party Gary Johnson


Green Party Jill Stein
Constitution Party Virgil Goode
Not Sure
Total

.0

47

11.3

414 100.0

155 100.0

143 100.0

Total
N
%

.2

37

31.8

117 100.0

74 100.0

Gender

Total

2.0

Male
%

121 100.0

Education
No College
Degree

Female
%

180 100.0

168 100.0

208 100.0

Race

College
Degree+

231 100.0

White

34 100.0

Wal-Mart Shop

Not White

132 100.0

Weekly

Few/Month

1-2/year

Never

Other

Democrat Barack Obama

202

48.9

202

48.9

95

48.2

106

49.4

120

48.8

82

49.6

168

47.1

35

60.1

37

43.0

82

50.6

65

50.6

16

52.1

16.8

Republican Mitt Romney

161

38.8

161

38.8

74

37.6

87

40.5

95

38.3

65

39.5

145

40.6

16

27.8

33

39.1

64

39.7

46

35.5

13

44.6

77.8

.9

.9

1.1

.7

1.2

.5

1.1

.9

1.4

2.1

.0

.0

.1

.1

47

11.3

47

11.3

29

11.6

40

11.2

14

8.8

16

12.6

1.3

5.4

Libertarian Party Gary Johnson


Green Party Jill Stein
Constitution Party Virgil Goode
Not Sure
Total

414 100.0

414 100.0

26

13.1

197 100.0

20

9.4

214 100.0

247 100.0

17

10.4

165 100.0

356 100.0

12.2

58 100.0

.2

15

17.7

85 100.0

162 100.0

129 100.0

30 100.0

5 100.0

Subsets have a larger margin of error than the whole data set. As a rule we do not rely on the validity of very small subsets of the data, especially sets smaller
than 50-75 respondents. At that size subset we can make generalizations, but in these cases the data is more qualitative than quantitative.
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JZ Analytics Interactive Poll of Wisconsin Likely Voters 9/28/12 to 9/29/12 MOE +/- 4.9 percentage points
206. If the election for president were held today, for whom would you vote?
Total

Religion
Catholic

Born again

Democrat Barack Obama

202

48.9

202

48.9

70

51.5

82

41.1

50

63.6

21

31.5

61

45.9

18.4

42

40.1

20

55.0

27

55.6

67

53.2

40

61.4

Republican Mitt Romney

161

38.8

161

38.8

48

34.8

95

47.8

18

23.5

41

61.7

54

40.7

17

71.9

51

48.4

12

32.5

19

38.8

37

29.8

19

29.3

.9

.9

1.2

1.7

1.9

1.4

1.0

1.6

.0

.0

.2

.1

47

11.3

47

11.3

10.9

20

15.8

7.7

1 100.0

Yes

Attend services

Jewish

Other/
None

Total

Libertarian Party Gary Johnson

Protestan
t

No
%

Weekly+

Weekly

1-2/Month

Holidays

Rarely

Never

Green Party Jill Stein


Constitution Party Virgil Goode
Not Sure
Total

414 100.0

414 100.0

19

13.7

137 100.0

Total
Total

20

9.9

199 100.0

1 100.0

Married

Marital status
Div/Sep/
Wdw
Single

78 100.0

6.8

67 100.0

15

11.5

132 100.0

Yes

No
%

11

10.1

105 100.0

Yes
%

5.6

49 100.0

125 100.0

NASCAR Fan

No
%

12.5

36 100.0

Union Member in
Household

Child under 17
Civil
union

9.8

24 100.0

Yes
%

Investor Class

No
%

65 100.0

Yes
%

No
%

Democrat Barack Obama

202

48.9

202

48.9

90

43.5

59

51.6

46

62.7

37.1

49

44.0

153

50.7

39

58.1

163

47.1

49

50.0

154

48.6

46

49.8

157

48.6

Republican Mitt Romney

161

38.8

161

38.8

93

44.9

41

35.5

17

23.8

50.4

47

42.2

113

37.5

16

24.3

144

41.6

41

41.7

120

37.9

35

38.5

125

38.9

.9

.9

1.3

.1

5.5

1.8

.6

2.4

.6

.2

1.2

1.2

.1

.3

.1

15

12.8

7.1

13

11.9

34

11.1

10

14.9

37

10.7

8.2

39

12.3

Libertarian Party Gary Johnson


Green Party Jill Stein
Constitution Party Virgil Goode
Not Sure
Total

.0

.0

.1

47

11.3

47

11.3

21

10.2

414 100.0

414 100.0

208 100.0

115 100.0

10

13.5

73 100.0

18 100.0

112 100.0

302 100.0

67 100.0

347 100.0

98 100.0

316 100.0

11

11.7

92 100.0

.1

36

11.3

322 100.0

Subsets have a larger margin of error than the whole data set. As a rule we do not rely on the validity of very small subsets of the data, especially sets smaller
than 50-75 respondents. At that size subset we can make generalizations, but in these cases the data is more qualitative than quantitative.
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