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A Survey of 804 Likely Voters - Virginia Statewide - July, 2014

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Question 1

Are you 18 years or older and registered to vote in state of Virginia?

100 % - Yes

Question 2

On November 4th of this year, there will be a general election for United States Senate, Congress and other offices. What are the chances of your voting in the November 4th General Election? Are you almost certain to vote, will you probably vote or would you say you are not sure if you will vote in that election?

100% - Yes

Question 4

To begin with, do you think things in Virginia are generally going in the right direction or are they off on the wrong track?

Question 5

And how about the region of Virginia that you live in? Do you think things in your region are generally going in the right direction or are they off on the wrong track

Question 6-11

Now here is a list of people. Please tell me whether, in general, you have a very favorable, favorable, unfavorable or very unfavorable opinion of each one. If you have no opinion or have never heard of someone, please say so.

Question 12

Overall, do you approve or do you disapprove of the job Barack Obama is doing as the President of the United States?

Question 13

Do you generally approve or disapprove of the job Barack Obama is doing in handling the issue of immigration?

Question 14

Do you generally approve or disapprove of the job Barack Obama is doing in handling foreign policy?

Question 15

Overall, do you approve or disapprove of the job Terry McAuliffe is doing as Governor?

Question 16A

Suppose the November 2014 general election for United States Senate were held today and the candidates were: Republican Ed Gillespie, Libertarian Robert Sarvis and Democrat Mark Warner, for whom would you vote? (IF UNDECIDED) Well if you had to decide right now, to whom would you lean toward supporting: Republican Ed Gillespie, Libertarian Robert Sarvis or Democrat Mark Warner?

Question 16B

Suppose the November 2014 general election for United States Senate were held today and the candidates were: Republican Ed Gillespie and Democrat Mark Warner, for whom would you vote? (IF UNDECIDED) Well if you had to decide right now, to whom would you lean toward supporting: Republican Ed Gillespie or Democrat Mark Warner?

Question 17

And how certain are you that you will vote for the candidate. Are you very certain, somewhat certain or not certain at all?

Question 18

Which of the following categories best describes your age? )

Question 19

What is the last grade in school you completed?

Question 20

What is your current marital status - are you married, single, living together or engaged, widowed, or divorced?

Question 21

For statistical purposes only, we need to know your total household income for 2013. Will you please tell me which of the following categories best represents your total family income?

Question 22

What type of work do you do?

Question 23

Do you consider yourself a Democrat, a Republican, or an Independent?

Question 24

Are you or is any member of your household a current member of the military on active duty, a member on non-active duty, a member of the National Guard or reserves or a veteran?

Question 24A

IF YES: What would that be?

Question 25

Please tell me your race?