Skip to comments.Preliminary exit polls: voters here divided on health care and direction of economy
Posted on 11/06/2012 2:59:08 PM PST by Oldeconomybuyer
In preliminary Wisconsin exit polls, a majority of voters here named the economy the chief issue, while about one in five cited health care, and about one in six cited the deficit.
Voters were closely divided between those who felt the health care law should be expanded or left intact -- and those who felt it should be repealed in full or in part.
Less than a third of voters called the economy excellent or good; more than two-thirds called it not good or poor.
But a narrow majority of voters said former President George W. Bush was more to blame for the economy than President Obama.
Voters were divided over whether the economy is improving or not.
About ten percent of voters said they had made up their minds in the last few days.
A bare majority of voters said they favored the auto bailout.
A bare majority said they had a favorable view of Paul Ryan.
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if people actually knew what was in ObamaCare, they would riot
Biased and misleading headline alert. I am not, repeat not, surprised.
Rush said he heard exit pollster were told not to speak to ANY older white people
Uh huh... “Senator kerry... may I be the first to call you Mr President”?
“Rush said he heard exit pollster were told not to speak to ANY older white people”
Of course there is selection bias! It’s not like they are using a computer to randomly pick phone numbers from a list. Even if they weren’t specifically ‘told,’ their subconscious bias leads them astray.
Either this is wrong, or the people of WI are not the smart folks I thought they were. How can anyone seriously blame Bush almost 4 years later? Bunch of morons.
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