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1 McLAUGHLIN & ASSOCIATES VIRGINIA 7th CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT - POST ELECTION SURVEY TABLE OF CONTENTS JUNE 15, 2014 TABLE # TABLE TITLE Pg 1 1 Q1. - IN LAST TUESDAY'S PRIMARY ELECTION FOR CONGRESS DID YOU VOTE FOR, ERIC CANTOR OR DAVE BRAT? IF YOU DID NOT VOTE, JUST SAY SO ERIC CANTOR DAVE BRAT Pg 6 2 Q2. - WITH WHICH POLITICAL PARTY ARE YOU AFFILIATED? REPUBLICAN NON-REPUBLICAN Democrat Independent/No Party DK/REFUSED Pg 16 3 Q3. - AS YOU ARE AWARE, VERY FEW PEOPLE ACTUALLY VOTE IN PRIMARY ELECTIONS. DO YOU NORMALLY VOTE IN PRIMARIES? IF, SO DO YOU NORMALLY VOTE IN THE REPUBLICAN PRIMARY OR THE DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY? IF THIS WAS THE FIRST TIME YOU VOTED IN A PRIMARY JUST SAY SO NORMALLY REPUBLICAN NORMALLY DEMOCRATIC ST TIME VOTE/PRIMARY DK/REFUSED Pg 21 4 Q4. - WHEN DID YOU DECIDE HOW YOU WERE GOING TO VOTE IN THE PRIMARY ELECTION FOR CONGRESS? WAS IT...? BEFORE MEMORIAL DAY TWO WEEKS AGO WEEK BEFORE PRIMARY WEEKEND BEFORE PRIMARY ON PRIMARY DAY DON'T KNOW/REFUSED

2 Pg 31 5 Q5. - PLEASE TELL ME WHICH ISSUE YOU ARE MOST CONCERNED WITH ECONOMIC Economy/Jobs Gov't Spndng/Debt Taxes SOCIAL Health Care Illegal Immigration Education Soc. Sec./Medicare Abortion Gay Marriage NAT'L SEC./TERRORISM SOMETHING ELSE DK/REFUSED Pg 41 6 Q6. - DO YOU APPROVE OR DISAPPROVE OF THE JOB BARACK OBAMA IS DOING AS PRESIDENT? APPROVE Strongly Approve Somewhat Approve DISAPPROVE Somewhat Disapprove Strongly Disapprove DK/REFUSED Pg 51 7 Q7. - THINKING NOW ABOUT THE NOVEMBER GENERAL ELECTION, IF THE ELECTION FOR U.S. CONGRESS IN YOUR DISTRICT WAS HELD TODAY, WHICH ONE OF THE FOLLOWING BEST DESCRIBES HOW YOU ARE LIKELY TO VOTE BETWEEN THE DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE AND THE REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE? COMBO DEMOCRATIC Def. Democratic Probably Democratic Lean Democratic COMBO REPUBLICAN Def. Republican Probably Republican Lean Republican UNDECIDED

3 Pg 61 8 Q8. - AND AGAIN, IF THE GENERAL ELECTION WERE HELD TODAY, WHICH ONE OF THE FOLLOWING BEST DESCRIBES HOW YOU ARE LIKELY TO VOTE IN THE GENERAL ELECTION FOR CONGRESS BETWEEN DAVE BRAT, THE REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE AND JACK TRAMMELL, THE DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE? COMBO BRAT Definitely Brat Probably Brat Lean Brat COMBO TRAMMELL Definitely Trammell Probably Trammell Lean Trammell UNDECIDED Pg 71 9 Q9. - DO YOU FAVOR OR OPPOSE THE AFFORDABLE CARE ACT, ALSO KNOWN AS "OBAMACARE"? FAVOR Strongly Favor Somewhat Favor OPPOSE Somewhat Oppose Strongly Oppose DK/REFUSED Pg Q10. - HOW OFTEN DO YOU WATCH FOX NEWS CHANNEL? WOULD YOU SAY WATCH REGULARLY Everyday Almost Everyday Couple Times A Week NOT REGULARLY Rarely Never DK/REFUSED Pg Q11. - HOW OFTEN DO YOU LISTEN TO CONSERVATIVE TALK RADIO SHOWS LIKE RUSH LIMBAUGH, SEAN HANNITY AND GLENN BECK? WOULD YOU SAY LISTEN REGULARLY Everyday Almost Everyday Couple Times A Week NOT REGULARLY Once a Week Rarely Never DK/REFUSED

4 Pg Q12. - THINKING ABOUT THE TEA PARTY, WHICH ONE OF THE FOLLOWING STATEMENTS BEST DESCRIBES YOU AND YOUR OPINIONS? 1. I'M A MEMBER OF THE TEA PARTY OR HAVE ATTENDED A TEA PARTY EVENT. 2. I'M NOT A MEMBER NOR HAVE I EVER ATTENDED A TEA PARTY EVENT BUT I GENERALLY AGREE WITH THEIR ISSUES AND PRIORITIES. 3. I DO NOT AGREE WITH THE TEA PARTY'S ISSUES OR PRIORITIES TEA PARTY Member Agree With DO NOT AGREE WITH DK/REFUSED Pg Q13. - WHICH SOCIAL NETWORK ON THE INTERNET WOULD YOU SAY YOU USE THE MOST OFTEN? USE SOCIAL NETWORKS Facebook Google Linked-In Youtube Twitter Instagram Pinterest Myspace Tumblr DON'T USE Don't Use Social Don't Use Internet DK/REFUSED Pg Q14. - WHEN THERE IS A GENERAL ELECTION, HOW DO YOU USUALLY VOTE? DEMOCRAT Always Democrat Usually Democrat TICKETSPLITTER Usually Republican Always Republican REPUBLICAN DK/REFUSED

5 Pg Q15. - IF YOU WERE TO LABEL YOURSELF, WOULD YOU SAY YOU ARE A LIBERAL, A MODERATE, OR A CONSERVATIVE IN YOUR POLITICAL BELIEFS? LIBERAL Very Liberal Smwht Liberal MODERATE CONSERVATIVE Smwht Conservative Very Conservative DK/REFUSED Pg Q16. - ON THE ISSUE OF ABORTION, WOULD YOU CONSIDER YOURSELF TO BE PRO-LIFE, OR PRO-CHOICE? PRO-LIFE Strongly Pro-Life Somewhat Pro-Life PRO-CHOICE Somewhat Pro-Choice Strongly Pro-Choice DK/REFUSED Pg Q17. - DO YOU APPROVE OR DISAPPROVE OF COMPREHENSIVE IMMIGRATION REFORM? APPROVE Strongly Approve Somewhat Approve DISAPPROVE Somewhat Disapprove Strongly Disapprove DK/REFUSED Pg Q18. - WHAT IS YOUR CURRENT MARITAL STATUS? ARE YOU...? SINGLE, NEVER MARRIED MARRIED SEPARATED DIVORCED WIDOWED DK/REFUSED

6 Pg Q19. - WHAT IS YOUR RELIGION? PROTESTANT CATHOLIC ATHEIST/AGNOSTIC JEWISH MORMON/LDS MUSLIM/ISLAMIC GREEK/RUSSIAN ORTHO OTHER DON'T KNOW/REFUSED Pg Q20. - WOULD YOU CONSIDER YOURSELF A BORN-AGAIN CHRISTIAN? Total YES NO DK/REFUSED Pg Q21. - ARE YOU OR IS A MEMBER OF YOUR HOUSEHOLD FROM A HISPANIC, LATINO OR SPANISH-SPEAKING BACKGROUND? YES NO DK/REFUSED Pg Q22. - WHAT IS YOUR MAIN RACIAL BACKGROUND? WHITE NON-WHITE African-Amer./Black Hispanic/Latino Asian-American Other REFUSED Pg Q23. - OF ALL THE PERSONAL TELEPHONE CALLS THAT YOU RECEIVE, THAT IS CALLS NOT RELATED TO YOUR JOB, DO YOU GET...? USE CELL MORE Only Cell Mostly Cell CELL/HOME EQUAL USE LAND MORE Mostly Land Only Land DK/REFUSED

7 Pg Q24. - WHAT IS YOUR AGE? OVER REFUSED Pg Q25. - GENDER: MALE FEMALE Pg Q26. - AREA: Pg Q27. - AREA: RICHMOND M.M Hanover Chesterfield Henrico City of Richmond Rest of Richmond WASHINGTON D.C Spotsylvania Rest of Wash. D.C NORTH SOUTH Pg Q28. - AREA: BIG THREE REST OF DISTRICT Pg Q29. - VOTE IN MARCH 2012 REPUBLICAN PRIMARY FOR PRESIDENT: YES NO Pg Q30. - VOTE IN JUNE 2012 REPUBLICAN PRIMARY FOR CONGRESS: YES NO

8 Pg Q31. - VOTE IN MARCH 2008 REPUBLICAN PRIMARY FOR PRESIDENT: YES NO Pg Q32. - VOTED IN ANY DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY: YES NO Pg Q33. - PREVIOUS PRIMARY VOTER: YES NO Pg Q34. - LIST: CELL LAND

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