OREGON 4TH DISTRICT REP. PRIMARY: BALLOT PREFERENCE BY VOTE PROPENSITY

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The support for Rick Dancer is constant between high likelihood Primary voters and low likelihood Primary voters.

As would be expected, Sid Leiken and Jack Roberts, who have both held political office, are stronger among those who more likely to vote.

The margin of error for the high likelihood Primary voter subsample is 6%. The margin of error for the low likelihood subsample is 8%.

Question: If the Republican Primary election for Congress were held today, would you vote for: Rick Dancer, Sid Leiken, or Jack Roberts [ROTATE NAMES]?

The survey consists of 400 telephone interviews of likely 2010 Republican Primary voters conducted March 1 through 3, 2009. The margin of error at the sample median is 5%. A model of the sample population was used to insure a representative sample.

Lindholm Research is not currently (as of posting) employed by any candidate for the 4th Congressional District. This survey was conducted as part of a long term research project and was completely funded by Lindholm Research.

Reports from other elements of this and other research projects will be made from time to time on the blog.

For other information from this survey, please see these:
Overall ballot: http://lindholmcompanyblog.com/?p=84
Name ID: http://lindholmcompanyblog.com/?p=156

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