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Tracking: Edwards still leads with slight Vitter uptick; Nungesser, Landry lead
Written by  // Wednesday, 18 November 2015 10:47 //

mansionAccording to the most recent tracking poll from Verne Kennedy, Jon Bel Edwards leads David Vitter by ten points when accounting for only 20% of African American vote and by fifteen when accounting for 26% of the vote.

The poll indicates a overall gain by Vitter of 1% from the report released Saturday.

The tracking covers through Monday, November 15.  

if you are unable to read the poll, click here.

     LOUISIANA RUN-OFF

     SURVEY RESEARCH REPORT

     NOVEMBER 13 & 16, 2015   

     OVERALL RESULTS

     QUESTION    1. HOW LIKELY ARE YOU TO VOTE IN THE NOVEMBER 21ST RUN-OFF

                    ELECTION FOR GOVERNOR AND OTHER STATEWIDE OFFICES:

                      

                                                           #    %   

                     1.  DEFINITELY VOTING               433   87     

                     2.  PROBABLY VOTING                  67   13     

                                                TOTAL    500  

     QUESTION    2. NIGHT. BY OBSERVATION

                      

                                                           #    %   

                     5.  NIGHT 5                         200   40     

                     6.  NIGHT 6                         300   60     

                                                TOTAL    500  

     QUESTION    3. JOHN BEL EDWARDS

                      

                                                           #    %   

                     1.  STRONGLY FAVORABLE              122   24     

                     2.  SOMEWHAT FAVORABLE              127   25     

                     3.  SOMEWHAT UNFAVORABLE             94   19     

                     4.  STRONGLY UNFAVORABLE             72   14     

                     5.  NO OPINION                       79   16     

                     6.  NOT AWARE                         6    1     

                                                TOTAL    500  

                         FAVORABLE                       249   50%    

                         UNFAVORABLE                     166   33%    

                         NET FAVORABLE                    83   17%    

                         FAVOR : UNFAVOR               1.5:1       

         NOTES:  EDWARDS DECLINED 44% TO 41% FRIDAY TO MONEY AMONG FAVORABLES AND INCREASED

                 39% TO 41% UNFAVORABLES. EDWARDS 41% FAVORABLE AND 47% UNFAVORABLE EVANGELICALS.

                 EDWARDS 43% FAVORABLE AND 41% UNFAVORABLE AMONG WHITE SENIORS 65 PLUS. ALL

                 WHITES ENTIRE SAMPLE EDWARDS 43% FAVORABLE AND 41% UNFAVORABLE.  PREVIOUSLY

                 EDWARDS NOT DOING AS WELL WITH WHITE MEN BUT NOW 45% FAVORABLE AND 41% UNFAVORABLE.

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     LOUISIANA RUN-OFF

     SURVEY RESEARCH REPORT

     NOVEMBER 2015   JOB NUMBER: 

     OVERALL RESULTS

     QUESTION    4. DAVID VITTER

                      

                                                           #    %   

                     1.  STRONGLY FAVORABLE               89   18     

                     2.  SOMEWHAT FAVORABLE              124   25     

                     3.  SOMEWHAT UNFAVORABLE            104   21     

                     4.  STRONGLY UNFAVORABLE            115   23     

                     5.  NO OPINION                       63   13     

                     6.  NOT AWARE                         5    1     

                                                TOTAL    500  

                         FAVORABLE                       212   42%    

                         UNFAVORABLE                     219   44%    

                         NET FAVORABLE                    -7   -1%    

                         FAVOR : UNFAVOR               1:1.0       

         NOTES:  VITTER INCREASED 49% TO 51% FAVORABALE WITH WHITES BETWEEN FRIDAY AND

                 MONDAY AND 40% TO 37% UNFAVORABLES.  VITTER IMPROVED FAVORABLES AMONG

                 WHITE INDEPENDENTS AND HAS 8% HIGHER FAVORABLE THAN UNFAVORABLE AMONG

                 WHITE EVANGELICALS.  WITH WHITES VITTER 55% FAVORABLES AND 35% UNFAVORABLE

                 MEN AND 45% FAVORABLE AND 42% UNFAVORABLE WOMEN.  

                 

     QUESTION    5. TWO CANDIDATES EMERGED FROM LAST SATURDAY’S PRIMARY ELECTION FOR

                    GOVERNOR. IF THE NOVEMBER 21ST RUN-OFF ELECTION WERE HELD TODAY,

                    WOULD YOU VOTE FOR: JOHN BEL EDWARDS,A DEMOCRAT OR DAVID VITTER,

                    A REPUBLICAN? IF NOT SURE/REFUSED… EVEN THOUGH YOU ARE UNDECIDED

                    ABOUT YOUR VOTE FOR GOVERNOR, ARE YOU LEANING TOWARD:

                    JOHN BEL EDWARDS, A DEMOCRAT OR DAVID VITTER, A REPUBLICAN?

                      

                                              ADJUSTED ADJUSTED UNADJUSTED

                                                20% AA   26% AA

                     1.  VITTER                   41%     39%      32%     

                     2.  LEAN VITTER                                9     

                     3.  LEAN EDWARDS                              10     

                     4.  EDWARDS                   51      54      37     

                    98.  NOT SURE                   8*     7*      12     

                                                  

                         EDWARDS                   51%     54%      47%    

                         VITTER                    41      39       41    

                         

         NOTES:  AMONG WHITES VITTER GAINED 3% FROM FRIDAY TO MONDAY AND EDWARDS GAINED 1%

                 BOTH CANDIDATES DO THE SAME IN VOTE FROM FAVORABLES BUT VITTER STILL GETS

                 DOUBLE THE VOTE COMPARED TO EDWARDS FROM VITTER’S UNFAVORABLE AND NO OPINION

                 VOTES.  REPUBLICANS VOTING PARTY EVEN IF THEY DON’T LIKE THE CANDIDATE.

                 EDWARDS DOES MUCH BETTER AMONG WHITE REPUBLICANS THAN VITTER AMONG DEMOCRATS.

                 WHITE EVANGELICALS NOW VITTER 49% AND EDWARDS 46%, A MAJOR CHANGE FROM A WEEK

                 AGO BUT SMALL SUB-SAMPLE SIZE. WHITE SENIORS 65 PLUS VITTER 51% AND EDWARDS 44%.

                 LITTLE DIFFERENCE BASED ON GENDER WITH WHITES.  

    

     LOUISIANA RUN-OFF

     SURVEY RESEARCH REPORT

     NOVEMBER 2015   JOB NUMBER: 

     OVERALL RESULTS

     QUESTION    6. IN A RUN-OFF ELECTION FOR LT. GOVERNOR HELD TODAY,

                    WOULD YOU VOTE FOR: MELVIN “KIP” HOLDEN, A DEMOCRAT

                    OR WILLIAM “BILLY” NUNGESSER, A REPUBLICAN?

                    IF NOT SURE/REFUSED… EVEN THOUGH YOU ARE UNDECIDED ABOUT

                    YOUR VOTE FOR LT. GOVERNOR, ARE YOU LEANING TOWARD:

                    MELVIN “KIP” HOLDEN, A DEMOCRAT OR WILLIAM “BILLY” NUNGESSER,

                    A REPUBLICAN?

                                                ADJUSTED ADJUSTED UNADJUSTED

                                                 20% AA   26% AA

                      

                     1.  HOLDEN                      37%     41%        27%     

                     2.  LEAN HOLDEN                                     6     

                     3.  LEAN NUNGESSER                                  8     

                     4.  NUNGESSER                   48      46         43     

                    98.  NOT SURE                    14*     12*        17     

                   

                                                  

                         NUNGESSER                   48%       46%       51%    

                         HOLDEN                      37        41        33    

                         

         NOTES;  NUNGESSER MAINTAINS 5% LEAD AT 26% AA BUT IF BLACK TURNOUT IS 30%

                 NUNGESSER COULD BE IN TROUBLE. ALL WHITES 60% NUNGESSER AND 23% HOLDEN.

                 NUNGESSER MUST INCREASE WHITE VOTE TO AT LEAST 67% AND WITH 12% WHITE UNDECIDED

                 THAT SHOULD ADD 6% TO NUNGESSER VOTE IF ALL GO TO POLLS.  IF AA TURNOUT GOES TO

                 30% NUNGESSER IS PROBABLY IN TROUBLE BASED ON CURRENT FIGURES.

     QUESTION    7. IN A RUN-OFF ELECTION FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL HELD TODAY,

                    WOULD YOU VOTE FOR: BUDDY CALDWELL, A REPUBLICAN OR

                    JEFF LANDRY, A REPUBLICAN? IF NOT SURE/REFUSED… EVEN

                    THOUGH YOU ARE UNDECIDED ABOUT YOUR VOTE FOR ATTORNEY

                    GENERAL, ARE YOU LEANING TOWARD: BUDDY CALDWELL, A REPUBLICAN

                    OR JEFF LANDRY, A REPUBLICAN?

                      

                                                           #    %   

                     1.  CALDWELL                        127   26     

                     2.  LEAN CALDWELL                    43    9     

                     3.  LEAN LANDRY                      40    8     

                     4.  LANDRY                          176   36     

                    98.  NOT SURE                        103   21     .          

                                                

                         CALDWELL                        170   35%    

                         LANDRY                          217   44%    

      NOTES:  STILL STUDYING WHAT IS HAPPENING IN ATTORNY GENERAL BUT FRIDAY TO MONDAY

              CALDWELL 39% TO 33% AND LANDRY 42% TO 49%. REPUBLICIANS MOVING STRONGLY LANDRY

              ALL WHITE AGE GROUPS MOVING LANDRY.  WHITE INDEPENDENTS LANDRY 54% AND CALDWELL

              44%.  OBVIOUSLY SOMETHING MAJOR HAS HAPPENED IN THIS RACE.  NEED TO GET REPORT

              FROM MEMBERS AS TO MEDIA AND NEWS EVENTS.

    

     LOUISIANA RUN-OFF

     SURVEY RESEARCH REPORT

     NOVEMBER 2015   JOB NUMBER: 

     OVERALL RESULTS

     QUESTION    8. REGARDLESS OF HOW YOU ARE REGISTERED TO VOTE, DO YOU THINK

                    OF YOURSELF AS A REPUBLICAN, A DEMOCRAT, OR AN INDEPENDENT?

                    (IF INDEPENDENT, ASK…)  DO YOU LEAN MORE TOWARD THINKING OF

                    YOURSELF AS A REPUBLICAN OR A DEMOCRAT?

                      

                                                           #    %   

                     1.  DEMOCRAT                        130   26     

                     2.  INDEPENDENT DEMOCRAT             46    9     

                     3.  COMPLETELY INDEPENDENT           99   20     

                     4.  INDEPENDENT REPUBLICAN           47    9     

                     5.  REPUBLICAN                      179   36     

                                                TOTAL    500  

                         REPUBLICAN                      226   45%    

                         DEMOCRAT                        175   35%    

                         

     QUESTION    9. DO YOU CONSIDER YOURSELF A BORN-AGAIN OR

                    EVANGELICAL CHRISTIAN? (IF YES, ASK…)

                    IN A TYPICAL MONTH, HOW MANY TIMES DO

                    YOU GO TO CHURCH?

                      

                                                           #    %   

                     1.  NOT EVANGELICAL/BORN-AGAIN C    152   31     

                     2.  EVANGELICAL CHRISTIAN <4 TIM    167   35     

                     3.  EVANGELICAL CHRISTIAN/>4 TIM    155   32     

                    98.  NOT SURE                          9    2     

                    99.  REFUSED                          17          

                                                TOTAL    500  

     QUESTION   10. AGE

                      

                                                           #    %   

                     1.  18-34                            37    7     

                     2.  35-44                            62   12     

                     3.  45-54                           121   24     

                     4.  55-64                           106   21     

                     5.  65+                             175   35     

                                                TOTAL    500  

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     QUESTION   11. ETHNICITY

                      

                                                           #    %   

                     1.  AFRICAN-AMERICAN                129   26     

                     2.  ETHNIC MAJORITY (WHITE)         363   73     

                     4.  OTHER                             8    2     

                                                TOTAL    500  

     QUESTION   12. AFFILIATION

                      

                                                           #    %   

                     1.  DEMOCRAT                        245   49     

                     2.  REPUBLICAN                      185   37     

                     3.  UNAFFILIATED                     70   14     

                                                TOTAL    500  

     QUESTION   13. GENDER

                      

                                                           #    %   

                     1.  MALE                            250   50     

                     2.  FEMALE                          250   50     

                                                TOTAL    500  

     QUESTION   14. DMA

                      

                                                           #    %   

                     1.  ALEXANDRIA                       22    4     

                     2.  BATON ROUGE                     113   23     

                     3.  LAFAYETTE                        84   17     

                     4.  LAKE CHARLES                     33    7     

                     5.  MONROE-EL DORADO                 39    8     

                     6.  NEW ORLEANS                     149   30     

                     7.  SHREVEPORT                       61   12     

                                                TOTAL    500  

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     QUESTION   15. CELL PHONES

                      

                                                           #    %   

                     1.  YES                             100   20     

                     2.  NO                              400   80     

                                                TOTAL    500  


 

 

 

 

 

     LOUISIANA RUN-OFF

     SURVEY RESEARCH REPORT

     NOVEMBER 13 & 16, 2015   

     OVERALL RESULTS

 

 

 

 

     QUESTION    1. HOW LIKELY ARE YOU TO VOTE IN THE NOVEMBER 21ST RUN-OFF

                    ELECTION FOR GOVERNOR AND OTHER STATEWIDE OFFICES:

                      

                                                           #    %   

                     1.  DEFINITELY VOTING               433   87     

                     2.  PROBABLY VOTING                  67   13     

 

                                                TOTAL    500  

 

 

 

 

 

     QUESTION    2. NIGHT. BY OBSERVATION

                      

                                                           #    %   

                     5.  NIGHT 5                         200   40     

                     6.  NIGHT 6                         300   60     

 

                                                TOTAL    500  

 

 

 

 

 

     QUESTION    3. JOHN BEL EDWARDS

                      

                                                           #    %   

                     1.  STRONGLY FAVORABLE              122   24     

                     2.  SOMEWHAT FAVORABLE              127   25     

                     3.  SOMEWHAT UNFAVORABLE             94   19     

                     4.  STRONGLY UNFAVORABLE             72   14     

                     5.  NO OPINION                       79   16     

                     6.  NOT AWARE                         6    1     

 

                                                TOTAL    500  

 

                         FAVORABLE                       249   50%    

                         UNFAVORABLE                     166   33%    

                         NET FAVORABLE                    83   17%    

                         FAVOR : UNFAVOR               1.5:1       

 

 

         NOTES:  EDWARDS DECLINED 44% TO 41% FRIDAY TO MONEY AMONG FAVORABLES AND INCREASED

                 39% TO 41% UNFAVORABLES. EDWARDS 41% FAVORABLE AND 47% UNFAVORABLE EVANGELICALS.

                 EDWARDS 43% FAVORABLE AND 41% UNFAVORABLE AMONG WHITE SENIORS 65 PLUS. ALL

                 WHITES ENTIRE SAMPLE EDWARDS 43% FAVORABLE AND 41% UNFAVORABLE.  PREVIOUSLY

                 EDWARDS NOT DOING AS WELL WITH WHITE MEN BUT NOW 45% FAVORABLE AND 41% UNFAVORABLE.

 

 

 

 

 

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     QUESTION    4. DAVID VITTER

                      

                                                           #    %   

                     1.  STRONGLY FAVORABLE               89   18     

                     2.  SOMEWHAT FAVORABLE              124   25     

                     3.  SOMEWHAT UNFAVORABLE            104   21     

                     4.  STRONGLY UNFAVORABLE            115   23     

                     5.  NO OPINION                       63   13     

                     6.  NOT AWARE                         5    1     

 

                                                TOTAL    500  

 

                         FAVORABLE                       212   42%    

                         UNFAVORABLE                     219   44%    

                         NET FAVORABLE                    -7   -1%    

                         FAVOR : UNFAVOR               1:1.0       

 

         NOTES:  VITTER INCREASED 49% TO 51% FAVORABALE WITH WHITES BETWEEN FRIDAY AND

                 MONDAY AND 40% TO 37% UNFAVORABLES.  VITTER IMPROVED FAVORABLES AMONG

                 WHITE INDEPENDENTS AND HAS 8% HIGHER FAVORABLE THAN UNFAVORABLE AMONG

                 WHITE EVANGELICALS.  WITH WHITES VITTER 55% FAVORABLES AND 35% UNFAVORABLE

                 MEN AND 45% FAVORABLE AND 42% UNFAVORABLE WOMEN.  

                 




 

     QUESTION    5. TWO CANDIDATES EMERGED FROM LAST SATURDAY’S PRIMARY ELECTION FOR

                    GOVERNOR. IF THE NOVEMBER 21ST RUN-OFF ELECTION WERE HELD TODAY,

                    WOULD YOU VOTE FOR: JOHN BEL EDWARDS,A DEMOCRAT OR DAVID VITTER,

                    A REPUBLICAN? IF NOT SURE/REFUSED… EVEN THOUGH YOU ARE UNDECIDED

                    ABOUT YOUR VOTE FOR GOVERNOR, ARE YOU LEANING TOWARD:

                    JOHN BEL EDWARDS, A DEMOCRAT OR DAVID VITTER, A REPUBLICAN?

                      

                                              ADJUSTED ADJUSTED UNADJUSTED

                                                20% AA   26% AA


 

                     1.  VITTER                   41%     39%      32%     

                     2.  LEAN VITTER                                9     

                     3.  LEAN EDWARDS                              10     

                     4.  EDWARDS                   51      54      37     

                    98.  NOT SURE                   8*     7*      12     

 

                                                  

 

                         EDWARDS                   51%     54%      47%    

                         VITTER                    41      39       41    

                         

 

         NOTES:  AMONG WHITES VITTER GAINED 3% FROM FRIDAY TO MONDAY AND EDWARDS GAINED 1%

                 BOTH CANDIDATES DO THE SAME IN VOTE FROM FAVORABLES BUT VITTER STILL GETS

                 DOUBLE THE VOTE COMPARED TO EDWARDS FROM VITTER’S UNFAVORABLE AND NO OPINION

                 VOTES.  REPUBLICANS VOTING PARTY EVEN IF THEY DON’T LIKE THE CANDIDATE.

                 EDWARDS DOES MUCH BETTER AMONG WHITE REPUBLICANS THAN VITTER AMONG DEMOCRATS.

                 WHITE EVANGELICALS NOW VITTER 49% AND EDWARDS 46%, A MAJOR CHANGE FROM A WEEK

                 AGO BUT SMALL SUB-SAMPLE SIZE. WHITE SENIORS 65 PLUS VITTER 51% AND EDWARDS 44%.

                 LITTLE DIFFERENCE BASED ON GENDER WITH WHITES.  

 

    

 

 

 

 

 

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     QUESTION    6. IN A RUN-OFF ELECTION FOR LT. GOVERNOR HELD TODAY,

                    WOULD YOU VOTE FOR: MELVIN “KIP” HOLDEN, A DEMOCRAT

                    OR WILLIAM “BILLY” NUNGESSER, A REPUBLICAN?

                    IF NOT SURE/REFUSED… EVEN THOUGH YOU ARE UNDECIDED ABOUT

                    YOUR VOTE FOR LT. GOVERNOR, ARE YOU LEANING TOWARD:

                    MELVIN “KIP” HOLDEN, A DEMOCRAT OR WILLIAM “BILLY” NUNGESSER,

                    A REPUBLICAN?



                                                ADJUSTED ADJUSTED UNADJUSTED

                                                 20% AA   26% AA


                      

                     1.  HOLDEN                      37%     41%        27%     

                     2.  LEAN HOLDEN                                     6     

                     3.  LEAN NUNGESSER                                  8     

                     4.  NUNGESSER                   48      46         43     

                    98.  NOT SURE                    14*     12*        17     

                   

                                                  

 

                         NUNGESSER                   48%       46%       51%    

                         HOLDEN                      37        41        33    

                         

         NOTES;  NUNGESSER MAINTAINS 5% LEAD AT 26% AA BUT IF BLACK TURNOUT IS 30%

                 NUNGESSER COULD BE IN TROUBLE. ALL WHITES 60% NUNGESSER AND 23% HOLDEN.

                 NUNGESSER MUST INCREASE WHITE VOTE TO AT LEAST 67% AND WITH 12% WHITE UNDECIDED

                 THAT SHOULD ADD 6% TO NUNGESSER VOTE IF ALL GO TO POLLS.  IF AA TURNOUT GOES TO

                 30% NUNGESSER IS PROBABLY IN TROUBLE BASED ON CURRENT FIGURES.

 

 

 

 

     QUESTION    7. IN A RUN-OFF ELECTION FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL HELD TODAY,

                    WOULD YOU VOTE FOR: BUDDY CALDWELL, A REPUBLICAN OR

                    JEFF LANDRY, A REPUBLICAN? IF NOT SURE/REFUSED… EVEN

                    THOUGH YOU ARE UNDECIDED ABOUT YOUR VOTE FOR ATTORNEY

                    GENERAL, ARE YOU LEANING TOWARD: BUDDY CALDWELL, A REPUBLICAN

                    OR JEFF LANDRY, A REPUBLICAN?

                      

                                                           #    %   

                     1.  CALDWELL                        127   26     

                     2.  LEAN CALDWELL                    43    9     

                     3.  LEAN LANDRY                      40    8     

                     4.  LANDRY                          176   36     

                    98.  NOT SURE                        103   21     .          

 

                                                

 

                         CALDWELL                        170   35%    

                         LANDRY                          217   44%    

 

 

      NOTES:  STILL STUDYING WHAT IS HAPPENING IN ATTORNY GENERAL BUT FRIDAY TO MONDAY

              CALDWELL 39% TO 33% AND LANDRY 42% TO 49%. REPUBLICIANS MOVING STRONGLY LANDRY

              ALL WHITE AGE GROUPS MOVING LANDRY.  WHITE INDEPENDENTS LANDRY 54% AND CALDWELL

              44%.  OBVIOUSLY SOMETHING MAJOR HAS HAPPENED IN THIS RACE.  NEED TO GET REPORT

              FROM MEMBERS AS TO MEDIA AND NEWS EVENTS.

 

    

 

 

 

 

 

     LOUISIANA RUN-OFF

     SURVEY RESEARCH REPORT

     NOVEMBER 2015   JOB NUMBER:

     OVERALL RESULTS

 

 

 

 

     QUESTION    8. REGARDLESS OF HOW YOU ARE REGISTERED TO VOTE, DO YOU THINK

                    OF YOURSELF AS A REPUBLICAN, A DEMOCRAT, OR AN INDEPENDENT?

                    (IF INDEPENDENT, ASK…)  DO YOU LEAN MORE TOWARD THINKING OF

                    YOURSELF AS A REPUBLICAN OR A DEMOCRAT?

                      

                                                           #    %   

                     1.  DEMOCRAT                        130   26     

                     2.  INDEPENDENT DEMOCRAT             46    9     

                     3.  COMPLETELY INDEPENDENT           99   20     

                     4.  INDEPENDENT REPUBLICAN           47    9     

                     5.  REPUBLICAN                      179   36     

 

                                                TOTAL    500  

 

                         REPUBLICAN                      226   45%    

                         DEMOCRAT                        175   35%    

                         

 

 

 

 

     QUESTION    9. DO YOU CONSIDER YOURSELF A BORN-AGAIN OR

                    EVANGELICAL CHRISTIAN? (IF YES, ASK…)

                    IN A TYPICAL MONTH, HOW MANY TIMES DO

                    YOU GO TO CHURCH?

                      

                                                           #    %   

                     1.  NOT EVANGELICAL/BORN-AGAIN C    152   31     

                     2.  EVANGELICAL CHRISTIAN <4 TIM    167   35     

                     3.  EVANGELICAL CHRISTIAN/>4 TIM    155   32     

                    98.  NOT SURE                          9    2     

                    99.  REFUSED                          17          

 

                                                TOTAL    500  

 

 

 

 

 

     QUESTION   10. AGE

                      

                                                           #    %   

                     1.  18-34                            37    7     

                     2.  35-44                            62   12     

                     3.  45-54                           121   24     

                     4.  55-64                           106   21     

                     5.  65+                             175   35     

 

                                                TOTAL    500  

 

 

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     LOUISIANA RUN-OFF

     SURVEY RESEARCH REPORT

     NOVEMBER 2015   JOB NUMBER:

     OVERALL RESULTS

 

 

 

 

     QUESTION   11. ETHNICITY

                      

                                                           #    %   

                     1.  AFRICAN-AMERICAN                129   26     

                     2.  ETHNIC MAJORITY (WHITE)         363   73     

                     4.  OTHER                             8    2     

 

                                                TOTAL    500  

 

 

 

 

 

     QUESTION   12. AFFILIATION

                      

                                                           #    %   

                     1.  DEMOCRAT                        245   49     

                     2.  REPUBLICAN                      185   37     

                     3.  UNAFFILIATED                     70   14     

 

                                                TOTAL    500  

 

 

 

 

 

     QUESTION   13. GENDER

                      

                                                           #    %   

                     1.  MALE                            250   50     

                     2.  FEMALE                          250   50     

 

                                                TOTAL    500  

 

 

 

 

 

     QUESTION   14. DMA

                      

                                                           #    %   

                     1.  ALEXANDRIA                       22    4     

                     2.  BATON ROUGE                     113   23     

                     3.  LAFAYETTE                        84   17     

                     4.  LAKE CHARLES                     33    7     

                     5.  MONROE-EL DORADO                 39    8     

                     6.  NEW ORLEANS                     149   30     

                     7.  SHREVEPORT                       61   12     

 

                                                TOTAL    500  

 

 

 

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     QUESTION   15. CELL PHONES

                      

                                                           #    %   

                     1.  YES                             100   20     

                     2.  NO                              400   80     

 

                                                TOTAL    500  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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