May 12, 2013

Poll Watch: Dartmouth Rockefeller Center New Hampshire 2016 Presidential Survey

Dartmouth Rockefeller Center New Hampshire 2016 Presidential Poll

  • Hillary Clinton (D) 37.1%
  • Chris Christie (R) 32.3%
  • Unsure 30.6%
  • Hillary Clinton (D) 44.3%
  • Marco Rubio (R) 33.2%
  • Unsure 22.5%
Among Independents 

  • Hillary Clinton (D) 37%
  • Chris Christie (R) 24%
  • Unsure 40%
  • Hillary Clinton (D) 43%
  • Marco Rubio (R) 19%
  • Unsure 38%
Among Moderates
  • Hillary Clinton (D) 42%
  • Chris Christie (R) 21%
  • Unsure 37%
  • Hillary Clinton (D) 51%
  • Marco Rubio (R) 19%
  • Unsure 30%

Among Men

  • Hillary Clinton (D) 36%
  • Chris Christie (R) 35%
  • Unsure 29%
  • Hillary Clinton (D) 41%
  • Marco Rubio (R) 36%
  • Unsure 23%

Among Women 

  • Hillary Clinton (D) 38%
  • Chris Christie (R) 29%
  • Unsure 32%
  • Hillary Clinton (D) 48%
  • Marco Rubio (R) 30%
  • Unsure 22%

Survey of 433 registered voters was conducted April 22-25, 2013. The margin of error is +/- 4.7 percentage points. Party ID: 32.0% Republican; 26.5% Democrat; 40.1% Independent/Undeclared.

Data compilation and analysis courtesy of The Argo Journal

by @ 1:05 am. Filed under 2016, New Hampshire Primary, Poll Watch
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4 Responses to “Poll Watch: Dartmouth Rockefeller Center New Hampshire 2016 Presidential Survey”

  1. Thomas Alan Says:

    Rather useless to have a poll with that big an undecided vote.

    Figured I might as well re-post my comment.

  2. Mr. Owl Says:

    1. clever

  3. Richard Murray Says:

    1:

    Not really. I find it difficult to conceive that a large portion of those undecideds would be undecided because they didn’t have an opinion on Mrs Clinton. Gov Christie, for all of our fretting, is not so well known, so they represent opportunity for him.

  4. Ryan60657 Says:

    1.

    Rather useless to have a poll predicting a political result 42 months into the future. Why not poll for 2020 right now as well?

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