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Survey of 800 Likely Voters - Virginia Statewide Survey – Presidential Poll 2016 – Sep. 28 - Oct. 2, 2016

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What is your sex?

Q4. If the election were held today, for whom would you vote:

Q5. Please tell me which one issue on this list should be the top priority of the next President of the United States, no matter who it is:

Q6. Do you have a very favorable, favorable, unfavorable, or very unfavorable opinion of Donald Trump?

Q7. Do you have a very favorable, favorable, unfavorable, or very unfavorable opinion of Hillary Clinton?

Q8. Do you have a very favorable, favorable, unfavorable, or very unfavorable opinion of Mike Pence?

Q9. Do you have a very favorable, favorable, unfavorable, or very unfavorable opinion of Tim Kaine?

Q10. Let’s begin with Hillary Clinton. Do you believe Hillary Clinton is trustworthy or not?

Q11. And now Donald Trump. Do you believe Donald Trump is trustworthy or not?

Q12. And Tim Kaine? Do you believe Tim Kaine is trustworthy or not?

Q13. And now Mike Pence? Do you believe Mike Pence is trustworthy or not?

Q14. Let’s start with the economy. Which presidential candidate do you think has a better plan for our country’s economy:

Q15. With an increase in terrorist acts in the United States, which candidate do you think would be more effective in fighting terrorism both domestically and abroad?

Q16. Do you think the health of Hillary Clinton should be an issue in the presidential campaign?

Q17. Do you think the health of Donald Trump should be an issue in the presidential campaign?

Q18. Do you think Trump’s involvement with his personal foundation, the Donald J. Trump Foundation, is a conflict of interest for a presidential candidate?

Q19. Do you think Clinton’s involvement with her and her husband’s personal foundation, the William J. Clinton Foundation, is a conflict of interest for a presidential candidate?

Q20. Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe issued an Executive Order in April that restored voting rights to felons who had completed their sentences, supervised release, probation and parole. Do you agree with Governor McAuliffe’s decision to restore voting rights to felons?

Q21. Virginia’s Supreme Court has since ruled that Governor McAuliffe did not have the power to grant a blanket restoration of all Virginia felons’ rights to vote…ruling his Executive Order unconstitutional. Instead, the Court wrote that the Governor can restore rights individually to felons who have served their time and completed supervised release. Do you agree or disagree with the decision of the Virginia Supreme Court?

Q21a. Please help us understand your disagreement with the Virginia Supreme Court’s ruling that the Governor can restore rights individually to felons who have served their time and completed supervised release. Do you disagree because:

Q22. Did you have an opportunity to watch any portion of Monday evening’s Presidential debate or to read or hear anything about it?

Q22a. Which candidate do you believe “won” the debate?

Demographics

Q23. Please tell me which of the following general categories best describes your age.

Q24. What is the last grade in school you completed?

Q25. What is your current marital status? Are you currently married, widowed, divorced, separated or have you never been married?

Q26. What is your current employment status? Are you currently:

Q27. Please estimate your total household income for 2015. Which of the following general categories best represents your total family income from 2015:

Q28. Do you consider yourself a Democrat, a Republican, an Independent, or something else?

Q28a. Would you say you generally lean more toward Democrat or more toward Republican?

Q29. Please tell me with which of the following races do you most closely identify:

The margin of error for the survey is +/- 4.373539% for the full sample.