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LA Rep Primary-President
Voter News Service Exit Poll            State:   Louisiana
For Election Occurring 03/12/96         Contest: Rep Primary-President
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Candidates (*/+ indicates VNS/CNN winner) Votes V% Del *DOLE = Robert Dole 37,043 47 9 BCHN = Patrick Buchanan 25,629 33 0 FORB = Steve Forbes 10,245 13 0 KEYS = Alan Keyes 2,505 3 0 ALEX = Lamar Alexander 2,368 3 0 Back to top
Results Recorded for 881 Respondents ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Exit Poll Question All < Vertical Pcts > < Horizontal Pcts > and Answer(s) Pct ALEX BCHN DOLE FORB ALEX BCHN DOLE FORB KEYS KEYS ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Vote by Gender Men 52 0 55 53 48 2 36 48 12 0 3 Women 48 0 45 47 52 2 32 47 14 0 3 Back to top
Vote By Age 18-29 12 0 12 10 17 1 33 40 19 0 3 30-44 29 0 31 24 41 4 35 40 19 0 3 45-59 27 0 27 28 19 2 34 49 10 0 5 60 or Over 32 0 30 38 23 1 31 56 9 0 1 Vote By Age 18-64 76 0 80 70 80 2 35 44 14 0 4 Over 64 24 0 20 30 20 2 27 60 11 0 0 Back to top
Vote By Income Under $15,000 6 0 6 7 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 $15-30,000 16 0 23 15 7 2 45 43 6 0 2 $30-50,000 26 0 26 27 24 5 30 49 13 0 3 $50-75,000 26 0 20 25 40 1 25 47 22 0 3 $75-100,000 13 0 7 15 14 2 17 56 16 0 6 Over $100,000 13 0 18 11 10 0 43 41 11 0 6 Back to top
Vote By Education No H.S. Degree 3 0 6 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 High School Graduate 19 0 25 20 10 2 42 49 7 0 0 Some College 33 0 37 30 32 2 36 44 13 0 3 College Graduate 25 0 21 24 32 3 28 46 18 0 5 Post-Graduate Degree 20 0 11 24 25 2 18 58 17 0 4 Vote By Education No College Degree 55 0 68 52 44 2 40 45 11 0 2 College Graduate 45 0 32 48 56 2 23 51 17 0 4 Back to top
Vote By Religion Protestant 50 0 54 50 39 3 35 47 11 0 3 Catholic 33 0 27 35 39 2 27 50 16 0 3 Other Christian 12 0 18 9 14 0 46 34 16 0 5 Jewish 1 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 Other 2 0 0 3 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 None 1 0 1 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 Back to top
Political Ideology Very Liberal 1 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Somewhat Liberal 4 0 1 4 8 0 0 0 0 0 0 Moderate 13 0 11 15 11 3 28 55 12 0 1 Somewhat Conserv. 43 0 37 45 56 3 28 49 18 0 2 Very Conservative 39 0 50 35 25 2 42 42 9 0 6 Back to top
Party Identification Democrat 4 0 4 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 Republican 85 0 84 88 83 2 32 49 13 0 3 Independent 11 0 13 9 16 2 36 39 19 0 3 Back to top
1992 Presidential Vote Clinton 7 0 5 5 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 Bush 80 0 74 89 71 1 30 53 12 0 4 Perot 9 0 13 3 18 0 0 0 0 0 0 Other 1 0 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 Did Not Vote 4 0 7 2 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 Back to top
Decided Who To Vote For... Today 10 0 10 9 9 5 35 42 13 0 5 Last Three Days 7 0 4 5 21 0 0 0 0 0 0 Last Week 12 0 5 17 16 1 14 65 18 0 2 Earlier This Year 49 0 55 49 38 1 37 47 10 0 4 Before That 21 0 24 20 15 2 38 46 10 0 1 Back to top
Satisfied with Candidates? Yes 63 0 69 66 49 2 36 49 10 0 3 No 32 0 26 31 46 2 26 46 19 0 3 Back to top
Member of Religious Right Yes 43 0 58 34 32 2 44 38 10 0 5 No 54 0 41 61 67 2 25 53 17 0 2 Back to top
Abortion Ban in GOP Platform Favor 52 0 72 41 40 3 46 37 10 0 4 Oppose 41 0 23 51 56 2 18 59 18 0 2 Back to top
Is Buchanan Too Extreme? Yes 45 0 14 65 49 2 10 69 15 0 3 No 53 0 85 33 47 3 52 29 12 0 3 Back to top
Does Dole Have New Ideas? Yes 45 0 20 70 28 1 15 73 8 0 2 No 51 0 75 27 71 3 48 25 18 0 3 Back to top
Prefer Which Tax System? Flat Tax 65 0 68 55 90 2 34 40 19 0 4 Current System 33 0 31 41 10 3 31 60 4 0 1 Back to top
Americans' Standard of Living Will Rise 51 0 41 57 51 1 27 53 13 0 4 Will Fall 46 0 54 40 46 3 39 41 13 0 2 Back to top
Which Concerns You More? Economic Problems 28 0 15 35 41 3 17 59 19 0 1 Moral Problems 68 0 82 60 56 2 40 42 11 0 4 Back to top
Trust Government in Washington Always 2 0 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Most of the Time 16 0 12 23 4 1 25 70 4 0 0 Some of the Time 67 0 67 63 79 2 32 45 16 0 4 Never 14 0 18 11 16 2 42 36 15 0 1 Back to top
Trade With Other Countries Creates Jobs 39 0 21 47 49 1 18 57 17 0 6 Loses Jobs 41 0 61 30 30 4 49 35 10 0 2 No Effect 17 0 15 19 17 1 29 55 14 0 1 Back to top
U.S. Should Welcome Immigrants Yes 51 0 34 60 60 1 22 56 16 0 5 No 47 0 65 37 39 3 45 37 11 0 1 Back to top
Can Alexander Beat Clinton? Yes 18 0 12 16 34 9 21 41 25 0 4 No 55 0 64 52 50 1 38 45 12 0 2 Back to top
Can Buchanan Beat Clinton? Yes 38 0 75 15 39 3 64 18 14 0 2 No 42 0 22 54 46 2 17 61 15 0 3 Back to top
Can Dole Beat Clinton? Yes 68 0 47 87 60 1 23 61 12 0 3 No 20 0 30 9 25 5 49 20 17 0 4 Back to top
Can Forbes Beat Clinton? Yes 29 0 19 22 77 2 22 36 36 0 4 No 45 0 56 45 18 3 40 48 6 0 2 Back to top
Which Issues Mattered Most? Immigration 2 0 3 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Foreign Trade 5 0 12 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Taxes 23 0 13 19 64 1 19 39 37 0 3 Education 6 0 4 8 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 Economy/Jobs 18 0 20 20 11 1 37 53 8 0 1 Budget Deficit 23 0 10 38 13 1 14 76 7 0 1 Abortion 13 0 27 4 3 4 68 16 3 0 9 Back to top
Which Quality Mattered Most? Vision for Future 10 0 11 6 26 0 36 27 33 0 4 Stand Up for Beliefs 21 0 33 14 13 3 53 31 8 0 3 Can Beat Clinton 16 0 6 27 7 2 12 81 6 0 0 Conservative Values 28 0 38 22 14 3 46 38 7 0 6 Not a Politician 7 0 3 2 38 0 0 0 0 0 0 Experience in D.C. 11 0 0 22 0 0 1 96 0 0 0 Not Too Extreme 4 0 3 5 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 Back to top


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