Latest Gravis Marketing Poll: Jolly holds lead in Poll
Human Events and Gravis Marketing conducted a random survey of 976 registered Republican voters in Florida’s 13th Congressional District regarding current events and whom they would likely vote for among the candidates. The poll carries a margin of error of 3%. Overall, the results are:
- A close race among Jolly, Peters, and Bircher, with all three within striking distance of winning;
- Very little support for federal regulation of video games or monitoring guns sales (26% and 29% respectively);
- Voters generally think mothers should not be sent into combat zones (33% think they should);
- Almost no support for illegal alien amnesty (13% approve).
Special Primary Election – Congressional District 13: Plan to Vote and Early Voting Combined
Should the federal government approve firearm transactions before they are completed?
Should mothers serving in the military be ordered into combat zones?
Would you support amnesty for illegal aliens?
Note: the polls were conducted using automated telephone and the results weighed according to anticipated voting demographics. If you’d like to see further breakdown of the results, including crosstabulations by demographic characteristics, please contact Doug Kaplan email:firstname.lastname@example.org Phone:800-371-3129×303
An August 27th survey for the state of Ohio conducted by Gravis Marketing and Capitol Correspondent prove a close match is in order for the senate race between Josh Mandel and Sherrod Brown. Even more narrow is the margin between President Obama and Governor Romney. Obama leads the Ohio voter’s poll by less than one percent.
Gravis Marketing, a non-partisan polling company, performed the survey along with questions ranging from opinions on Obama’s presidential performance and Romney’s favorability to the direction of the United States of America. The Ohio poll also specifically addressed the issue of gay marriage.
According to this poll, nearly half of Ohio is opposed to gay marriage and only 38% were in favor. With over 16% of individuals undecided on the issue of gay marriage, it leaves room for other presidential viewpoints to take the lead.
This latest survey is consistent with previous polls where more women have been in favor of Obama than Romney. Similarly, those in the 18-29 year old age bracket show more interest in the current President while those over 50 side with the Governor.
In the senate race, the Democratic Party also holds a small lead with just over 43% of surveyed Ohio voters favoring Sherrod Brown to Republican candidate Josh Mandel (41%). There remains a large portion of undecided voters that could sway the election to either side in the months to follow.
Both the senate and presidential elections have a sizeable number of undecided voters, leaving Ohio a key state for both parties. With over 10% of individuals in this presidential poll still uncertain between the candidates, Ohio could be one of the biggest factors in the campaigns this fall.
For more information please contact Doug Kaplan at Gravis Marketing, Inc.
WINTER SPRINGS, Florida—Residents in Missouri are statistically tied in the debate over whether Congressman Todd Akin should withdraw from the upcoming race against Democrat Claire McCaskill, according to a new survey conducted by Gravis Marketing, Inc. With a scant 1.5 percent margin separating the two sides, it is no surprise the split primarily follows party affiliation.
Some Party Leaders are Calling for Akin to Step Aside
Congressman Akin recently made a comment that he thought there were natural responses that a woman’s body could use to prevent pregnancy during a “real” rape. In light of his statement, Gravis Marketing surveyed Missouri residents to find out if they think that Akin should drop out of the upcoming senate race. The 2012 race for the White House is expected to be a tight competition this fall. Hoping to capture more senate seats, party leaders do not want to take any chances and some are asking Akin to step aside, hoping to improve chances for a victory.
Of the respondents polled, 80 percent disagreed with his statement. Asked whether he should resign, the polls were split fairly evenly.
- 41.6 percent said he should resign.
- 42.4 percent said he should not resign
- 47 percent of Democrats said he should resign
- 37 percent of Republicans said he should resign.
Missouri Favors Romney for President
Polling the same likely Missouri voters, the survey asked which presidential candidate they would vote for if the election were held today. Romney led President Obama by a sizable margin, 53.1 percent to 36.1 percent. Considered a swing state in past elections, Missouri seems to be turning toward a Republican state status. Bush was the victor in two consecutive presidential elections, John McCain beat out Obama in the 2008 campaign and Romney is leading with a double digit advantage today.
Doug Kaplan, President of Gravis Marketing, issued an executive statement summarizing the data gathered and a complete listing of the questions asked. For press inquiries regarding political polls, contact Doug at 407-242-1870 or email@example.com. Polling was conducted using an automated call system to reach likely voters in Missouri by telephone. This poll has a margin of error of 3.4 percent.