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Survey of 802 Likely Voters - Virginia Statewide Survey – Presidential Poll 2016 – November 2-6, 2016

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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?

Q15a. How confident are you in the integrity of the voting process and system in the Commonwealth of Virginia?

Q15b. How confident are you in the integrity of the voting process and system in the Commonwealth of Virginia?

Q15c. How confident are you in the integrity of the voting process and system in the Commonwealth of Virginia?

Q16. How confident are you in the integrity of the voting process and system in the Commonwealth of Virginia?

Q17. How confident are you in the integrity of the voting process and system in the Commonwealth of Virginia?

Q18. How confident are you in the integrity of the voting process and system in the Commonwealth of Virginia?

Q19. How confident are you in the integrity of the voting process and system in the Commonwealth of Virginia?

Q20. How confident are you in the integrity of the voting process and system in the Commonwealth of Virginia?

Q21. How confident are you in the integrity of the voting process and system in the Commonwealth of Virginia?

Q21a. How confident are you in the integrity of the voting process and system in the Commonwealth of Virginia?

Q22. How confident are you in the integrity of the voting process and system in the Commonwealth of Virginia?

SSRS fielded a survey of likely voters in Virginia (persons living in the State who are registered to vote and said they are almost certain or very likely to vote in the next election). Sample was attained from the registered voter list for Virginia. These data were weighted to reflect the voter registration population of Virginia ages 18 years of age and older. This weighting combined with rounding is responsible for percentages not always equaling exactly 100%; this phenomenon is most obvious in the allocation by county as the very large number of response categories provided a multitude of opportunities for rounding and resulted in totals of significantly less than 100% (92%) overall.

The weighting process takes into account the disproportionate probabilities of household and respondent selection due to the number of landlines or cellphones answered by respondents and their households. Following application of the above weights, the sample is post-stratified and balanced by key demographics such as age, race, sex, education, marital status, and party affiliation.

The sample is also weighted to reflect the distribution of phone usage in Virginia, meaning the proportion of those who are cell phone only, landline only, and mixed users. A total of 802 interviews were conducted between November 2 and November 6, 2016; 401 using Landline sample and 401 using Cell sample.

The margin of error for the survey is +/- 4.4% for the full sample.