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OH Rep Primary-President
Voter News Service Exit Poll            State:   Ohio
For Election Occurring 03/19/96         Contest: Rep Primary-President
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Candidates (*/+ indicates VNS/CNN winner) Votes V% Del *DOLE = Robert Dole 634,438 66 67 BCHN = Patrick Buchanan 205,768 22 0 FORB = Steve Forbes 57,586 6 0 KEYS = Alan Keyes 27,720 3 0 Back to top
Results Recorded for 1,535 Respondents ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Exit Poll Question All < Vertical Pcts > < Horizontal Pcts > and Answer(s) Pct BCHN DOLE FORB KEYS BCHN DOLE FORB KEYS ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Vote by Gender Men 55 56 55 58 0 22 66 7 3 Women 45 44 45 42 0 21 66 6 3 Back to top
Vote By Age 18-29 13 14 13 16 0 22 66 8 4 30-44 31 38 27 33 0 26 58 6 4 45-59 29 29 30 33 0 21 68 7 2 60 or Over 26 20 30 18 0 16 75 4 1 Vote By Age 18-64 81 88 78 90 0 23 64 7 3 Over 64 19 12 22 10 0 14 79 3 1 Back to top
Vote By Income Under $15,000 6 5 7 5 0 18 68 5 5 $15-30,000 17 20 17 12 0 26 65 4 2 $30-50,000 33 36 34 37 0 24 65 7 3 $50-75,000 26 23 26 30 0 20 66 8 3 $75-100,000 11 9 10 14 0 18 59 8 5 Over $100,000 6 7 6 3 0 25 65 3 2 Back to top
Vote By Education No H.S. Degree 2 3 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 High School Graduate 30 35 30 26 0 25 66 5 1 Some College 28 32 27 21 0 25 65 5 3 College Graduate 25 22 25 31 0 20 66 8 5 Post-Graduate Degree 15 9 16 20 0 12 67 8 4 Vote By Education No College Degree 60 69 60 49 0 25 66 5 2 College Graduate 40 31 40 51 0 17 66 8 4 Back to top
Vote By Religion Protestant 54 45 58 49 0 18 70 6 3 Catholic 26 31 24 25 0 26 62 6 3 Other Christian 13 19 12 14 0 30 57 7 5 Jewish 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 Other 3 1 3 4 0 0 0 0 0 None 4 3 4 6 0 0 0 0 0 Back to top
Political Ideology Very Liberal 3 4 3 2 0 0 0 0 0 Somewhat Liberal 8 5 9 11 0 14 73 9 0 Moderate 40 36 40 48 0 19 67 8 2 Somewhat Conserv. 31 26 34 25 0 18 72 5 2 Very Conservative 17 30 13 14 0 37 50 5 7 Back to top
Party Identification Democrat 4 6 2 4 0 0 0 0 0 Republican 79 68 84 71 0 19 70 6 3 Independent 18 26 14 25 0 32 52 9 4 Back to top
1992 Presidential Vote Clinton 10 14 7 15 0 32 47 9 5 Bush 71 62 77 57 0 19 71 5 3 Perot 13 14 11 24 0 24 57 12 1 Other 2 2 2 3 0 0 0 0 0 Did Not Vote 4 7 3 2 0 0 0 0 0 Back to top
Satisfied with Candidates? Yes 52 45 58 38 0 19 73 4 3 No 44 50 39 59 0 25 59 8 2 Back to top
Member of Religious Right Yes 26 44 22 7 0 37 56 2 5 No 66 47 70 92 0 15 70 9 3 Back to top
Abortion Ban in GOP Platform Favor 42 59 38 29 0 31 61 4 3 Oppose 52 36 55 64 0 15 70 7 3 Back to top
Dole Should Pick V.P. Who... Supports Abortion 22 15 23 37 0 15 69 11 3 Opposes Abortion 39 58 35 17 0 32 60 3 4 No Difference 35 23 37 45 0 14 70 8 2 Back to top
Who Should Dole Pick for V.P.? Powell 47 40 49 61 0 18 68 8 2 Voinovich 44 47 44 36 0 23 66 5 3 Back to top
Can Dole Beat Clinton? Yes 62 37 75 38 0 13 80 4 2 No 32 52 20 61 0 35 42 12 4 Back to top
Vote for Dole in November Very Likely 66 37 81 36 0 12 81 3 2 Somewhat Likely 16 26 12 20 0 36 49 8 4 Not Too Likely 9 20 4 24 0 46 30 16 3 Not Likely At All 7 13 2 20 0 40 18 17 7 Back to top
Presidential Vote in November Clinton (D) 11 12 7 29 0 23 42 16 5 Dole (R) 69 22 89 49 0 7 85 4 2 Buchanan (I) 17 63 2 19 0 80 8 7 5 Back to top
Does Dole Have New Ideas? Yes 50 17 66 21 0 8 88 3 2 No 47 78 31 79 0 36 44 10 4 Back to top
Effect of Dole's Age Help Him 8 5 10 4 0 14 81 3 2 Hurt Him 31 45 23 48 0 31 48 9 4 No Difference 58 48 65 48 0 18 74 5 2 Back to top
Is Buchanan Too Extreme? Yes 55 14 69 59 0 5 82 7 2 No 40 82 27 39 0 44 44 6 4 Back to top
Trade With Other Countries Creates Jobs 43 30 46 44 0 15 71 6 4 Loses Jobs 38 50 34 34 0 29 61 6 2 No Effect 15 14 14 21 0 21 64 9 3 Back to top
Americans' Standard of Living Will Rise 50 34 56 46 0 15 75 6 3 Will Fall 46 61 39 54 0 29 57 7 3 Back to top
Trust Government in Washington Always 2 1 3 2 0 0 0 0 0 Most of the Time 25 15 29 21 0 13 77 5 3 Some of the Time 63 68 61 69 0 23 64 7 3 Never 8 14 5 8 0 40 46 7 4 Back to top
Which Issues Mattered Most? Immigration 3 7 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 Foreign Trade 4 8 2 4 0 0 0 0 0 Taxes 22 13 23 49 0 13 70 14 3 Education 8 11 8 7 0 29 61 5 4 Economy/Jobs 21 15 23 7 0 16 75 2 3 Budget Deficit 22 9 27 20 0 9 80 5 1 Abortion 12 30 6 2 0 56 35 1 7 Back to top
Which Quality Mattered Most? Vision for Future 10 12 8 22 0 26 53 13 5 Stand Up for Beliefs 20 40 13 16 0 44 45 5 4 Can Beat Clinton 17 7 22 8 0 9 85 3 0 Conservative Values 23 30 22 8 0 29 64 2 4 Not a Politician 3 2 1 24 0 0 0 0 0 Experience in D.C. 16 1 23 2 0 2 95 1 1 Not Too Extreme 5 1 6 11 0 6 74 12 1 Back to top


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