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Autism omnibus results_031010
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Autism omnibus results_031010
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Autism omnibus results_031010
Autism omnibus results_031010
Autism omnibus results_031010
Autism omnibus results_031010
Autism omnibus results_031010
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  • 1. SoonerPoll.com 820 NE 63 ST FOR OFFICE USE ONLY: NO. ______ O k la h o ma ’ s P u blic Oklahoma City, OK 73105 3/10/2010 10:01 AM O pinio n Po lls te r 405.607.4664 OmniBus March 2010 February 25-March 8, 2010 Sample: Likely voters registered in the state of Oklahoma (n=1,000) Margin of Error: ± 3.1% Introduction: Hello, I’m ________, and I’m calling from Sooner Poll, Oklahoma’s public opinion pollster. Thank you for taking the time to talk with me. Please be assured that we are not trying to sell you anything and your individual responses are confidential. 1. With which political party are you registered? 1. Republican 414 41.4 2. Democrat [SKIP Q5-13] 524 52.4 3. Independent [SKIP Q5-13] 62 6.2 4. Not registered [DNR] [TERMINATE] 0 0.0 5. DK/Refused [DNR] [TERMINATE] 0 0.0 2. Do you consider yourself a liberal, a moderate, or a conservative in your political beliefs? [PROBE VERY/SOMEWHAT] 1. Very liberal 48 4.8 2. Somewhat liberal 81 8.1 3. Moderate 312 31.2 4. Somewhat conservative 181 18.1 5. Very conservative 314 31.4 6. DK/Refused [DNR] 64 6.4 SoonerPoll.com - 2010
  • 2. OmniBus 2010, March 2010 page: 2 3. What do you think is the most pressing problem facing the state of Oklahoma today? [DNR, TAKE ONLY ONE ANSWER] 1. Economy in general 300 30.0 2. Unemployment 222 22.2 3. Education 95 9.5 4. Cost of health care 91 9.1 5. National budget 83 8.3 6. Corrupt politicians/leaders 35 3.5 7. Taxes 24 2.4 8. Transportation 17 1.7 9. Poor leadership 16 1.6 10. Moral issues 13 1.3 11. Government reform 12 1.2 12. Drugs/drug abuse 9 0.9 13. State budget issues 9 0.9 14. Poverty; homelessness 6 0.6 15. Welfare 6 0.6 16. Energy rates/prices 5 0.5 17. Immigration 5 0.5 18. Corrections 4 0.4 19. Senior citizen care 3 0.3 20. Crime 2 0.2 21. Children/foster care 2 0.2 22. Teen pregnancy 2 0.2 23. Earthquakes 2 0.2 24. DK/Refused [DNR] 37 3.7 4. What do you think is the most pressing problem facing the nation today? [DNR, TAKE ONLY ONE ANSWER] 1. Economy in general 269 26.9 2. Unemployment 185 18.5 3. Cost of health care 159 15.9 4. Federal budget 97 9.7 5. Corrupt politicians 66 6.6 6. Government reform 36 3.6 7. Moral issues 35 3.5 8. Poor leadership 34 3.4 9. War 24 2.4 10. Education 16 1.6 11. Taxes 12 1.2 12. Recession 9 0.9 13. Welfare 8 0.8 14. Immigration 6 0.6 15. Poverty; homelessness 5 0.5 16. Terrorism 5 0.5 17. Crime 4 0.4 18. Drugs/drug abuse 3 0.3 19. Security 2 0.2 20. Energy rates 1 0.1 21. Overpopulation 1 0.1 22. DK/Refused [DNR] 23 2.3 SoonerPoll.com - 2010
  • 3. OmniBus 2010, March 2010 page: 12 Autism Next, I’m going to ask you three quick questions regarding the diagnosis and treatment of autism. 34. Do you support or oppose requiring health insurance to cover diagnosis and treatment of children with autism? 1. Support 795 79.5 2. Oppose 110 11.0 3. DK/Refused [DNR] 95 9.5 35. Would you be more or less likely to support a candidate for the legislature if they OPPOSED requiring health insurance to cover diagnosis and treatment of children with autism? 1. More likely to SUPPORT if candidate was against such insurance coverage 184 18.4 2. More likely to OPPOSE if candidate was against such insurance coverage 539 53.9 3. Does not matter if candidate is against or for such insurance coverage 205 20.5 4. DK/Refused [DNR] 72 7.2 36. Would you support or oppose a state ballot initiative to make a law requiring health insurance to cover diagnosis and treatment of children with autism? 1. Support 666 66.6 2. Oppose 228 22.8 3. DK/Refused [DNR] 106 10.6 SoonerPoll.com - 2010
  • 4. OmniBus 2010, March 2010 page: 27 Demographics Now, I’m going to ask you questions about demographics; these are for classification purposes only. 101. What is the highest level of education you’ve had the opportunity to complete? 1. 8th grade or less 12 1.2 2. Some high school 37 3.7 3. High school graduate 230 23.0 4. Vocational/Technical school 38 3.8 5. Some college 250 25.0 6. College graduate 315 31.5 7. Some post-graduate study 17 1.7 8. Post-graduate degree 93 9.3 9. Refused [DNR] 8 0.8 102. Into which of the following age groups do you fall? 1. 18-24 5 0.5 2. 25-34 41 4.1 3. 35-44 111 11.1 4. 45-54 237 23.7 5. 55-64 245 24.5 6. 65 and over 354 35.4 7. Refused [DNR] 7 0.7 103. Which of the following best describes your ethnic background? 1. White/Caucasian 871 87.1 2. Black/African American 62 6.2 3. Hispanic 5 0.5 4. Native American 47 4.7 5. Other [DNR] 8 0.8 6. Refused [DNR] 7 0.7 104. Which of the following groups does the total annual income of your household fall? 1. Under $15,000 46 4.6 2. $15,000 to $24,999 98 9.8 3. $25,000 to $34,999 114 11.4 4. $35,000 to $49,999 136 13.6 5. $50,000 to $74,999 193 19.3 6. $75,000 to $99,999 111 11.1 7. $100,000 to $124,999 59 5.9 8. Over $125,000 74 7.4 9. Refused [DNR] 169 16.9 105. How often do you attend religious services? 1. Several times a week 237 23.7 2. Once a week 324 32.4 3. Several times a month 91 9.1 4. Once a month 32 3.2 5. Occasionally throughout the year 182 18.2 6. Never 114 11.4 7. Refused [DNR] 20 2.0 SoonerPoll.com - 2010
  • 5. OmniBus 2010, March 2010 page: 28 106. Do you consider yourself to be an Evangelical Christian? 1. Yes 528 52.8 2. No 408 40.8 3. DK/Refused [DNR] 64 6.4 107. Are you married? 1. Yes 781 78.1 2. No 206 20.6 3. Refused [DNR] 13 1.3 108. Which of the following describes your use of tobacco products? 1. I currently smoke regularly 67 6.7 2. I smoke sometimes, but only on occasion 47 4.7 3. I used to smoke but have quit 317 31.7 4. I have never been a regular smoker 559 55.9 5. Refused [DNR] 10 1.0 109. [BY OBSERVATION] Sex of respondent 1. Male 482 48.2 2. Female 518 51.8 110. Voter score [PRE-CODE] 1. Less than 81 419 41.9 2. 81-150 309 30.9 3. 151-220 176 17.6 4. 221-290 47 4.7 5. 291 and higher 49 4.9 111. Congressional district [PRE-CODE] 1. Sullivan 201 20.1 2. Boren 196 19.6 3. Lucas 200 20.0 4. Cole 195 19.5 5. Fallin 208 20.8 112. MSA [PRE-CODE] 1. Tulsa (Okmulgee, Pawnee, Tulsa, Creek, Osage, Rogers, and 234 23.4 Wagoner) 2. OKC (Canadian, Cleveland, Grady, Lincoln, Logan, McClain, and 325 32.5 Oklahoma) 3. Rest of state 441 44.1 SoonerPoll.com - 2010
  • 6. SoonerPoll.com Political party Sex Married Republican Democrat Independent Male Female Yes No Autism support Support 292 70.5% 458 87.4% 45 72.6% 362 75.1% 433 83.6% 618 79.1% 167 81.1% issue Oppose 76 18.4% 28 5.3% 6 9.7% 65 13.5% 45 8.7% 92 11.8% 17 8.3% DK/Refused 46 11.1% 38 7.3% 11 17.7% 55 11.4% 40 7.7% 71 9.1% 22 10.7% Autism support More likely 90 21.7% 84 16.0% 10 16.1% 96 19.9% 88 17.0% 151 19.3% 27 13.1% candidate Less likely 198 47.8% 313 59.7% 28 45.2% 240 49.8% 299 57.7% 411 52.6% 126 61.2% Does not matter 97 23.4% 88 16.8% 20 32.3% 111 23.0% 94 18.1% 159 20.4% 41 19.9% DK/Refused 29 7.0% 39 7.4% 4 6.5% 35 7.3% 37 7.1% 60 7.7% 12 5.8% Autism support Support 237 57.2% 390 74.4% 39 62.9% 305 63.3% 361 69.7% 518 66.3% 140 68.0% ballot initiative Oppose 131 31.6% 83 15.8% 14 22.6% 126 26.1% 102 19.7% 185 23.7% 38 18.4% DK/Refused 46 11.1% 51 9.7% 9 14.5% 51 10.6% 55 10.6% 78 10.0% 28 13.6% OmniBus Poll, March 2010 (Feb 25-Mar 8)Page 1
  • 7. SoonerPoll.com Congressional district MSA Sullivan Boren Lucas Cole Fallin Tulsa OKC Rest of state Autism support Support 162 80.6% 161 82.1% 152 76.0% 159 81.5% 161 77.4% 195 83.3% 256 78.8% 344 78.0% issue Oppose 13 6.5% 21 10.7% 28 14.0% 22 11.3% 26 12.5% 12 5.1% 40 12.3% 58 13.2% DK/Refused 26 12.9% 14 7.1% 20 10.0% 14 7.2% 21 10.1% 27 11.5% 29 8.9% 39 8.8% Autism support More likely 31 15.4% 40 20.4% 37 18.5% 41 21.0% 35 16.8% 33 14.1% 63 19.4% 88 20.0% candidate Less likely 120 59.7% 104 53.1% 92 46.0% 102 52.3% 121 58.2% 135 57.7% 178 54.8% 226 51.2% Does not matter 44 21.9% 39 19.9% 50 25.0% 38 19.5% 34 16.3% 52 22.2% 55 16.9% 98 22.2% DK/Refused 6 3.0% 13 6.6% 21 10.5% 14 7.2% 18 8.7% 14 6.0% 29 8.9% 29 6.6% Autism support Support 141 70.1% 129 65.8% 128 64.0% 124 63.6% 144 69.2% 162 69.2% 224 68.9% 280 63.5% ballot initiative Oppose 35 17.4% 49 25.0% 49 24.5% 49 25.1% 46 22.1% 43 18.4% 72 22.2% 113 25.6% DK/Refused 25 12.4% 18 9.2% 23 11.5% 22 11.3% 18 8.7% 29 12.4% 29 8.9% 48 10.9% OmniBus Poll, March 2010 (Feb 25-Mar 8)Page 2
  • 8. SoonerPoll.com Education 8th grade or Some high High school College Some post Post graduate less school graduate Vo/tech Some college graduate grad degree Autism support Support 11 91.7% 35 94.6% 182 79.1% 32 84.2% 204 81.6% 247 78.4% 13 76.5% 65 69.9% issue Oppose 1 8.3% 1 2.7% 21 9.1% 2 5.3% 21 8.4% 42 13.3% 2 11.8% 19 20.4% DK/Refused 0 .0% 1 2.7% 27 11.7% 4 10.5% 25 10.0% 26 8.3% 2 11.8% 9 9.7% Autism support More likely 4 33.3% 6 16.2% 49 21.3% 9 23.7% 41 16.4% 60 19.0% 5 29.4% 8 8.6% candidate Less likely 4 33.3% 21 56.8% 121 52.6% 19 50.0% 143 57.2% 165 52.4% 7 41.2% 56 60.2% Does not matter 4 33.3% 6 16.2% 48 20.9% 8 21.1% 45 18.0% 61 19.4% 4 23.5% 26 28.0% DK/Refused 0 .0% 4 10.8% 12 5.2% 2 5.3% 21 8.4% 29 9.2% 1 5.9% 3 3.2% Autism support Support 8 66.7% 28 75.7% 171 74.3% 25 65.8% 171 68.4% 191 60.6% 11 64.7% 57 61.3% ballot initiative Oppose 1 8.3% 2 5.4% 40 17.4% 7 18.4% 47 18.8% 93 29.5% 3 17.6% 31 33.3% DK/Refused 3 25.0% 7 18.9% 19 8.3% 6 15.8% 32 12.8% 31 9.8% 3 17.6% 5 5.4% OmniBus Poll, March 2010 (Feb 25-Mar 8)Page 3
  • 9. SoonerPoll.com Age 18-24 25-34 35-44 45-54 55-64 65 and over Autism support Support 3 60.0% 39 95.1% 89 80.2% 186 78.5% 199 81.2% 274 77.4% issue Oppose 2 40.0% 2 4.9% 17 15.3% 25 10.5% 21 8.6% 42 11.9% DK/Refused 0 .0% 0 .0% 5 4.5% 26 11.0% 25 10.2% 38 10.7% Autism support More likely 2 40.0% 10 24.4% 21 18.9% 39 16.5% 46 18.8% 66 18.6% candidate Less likely 2 40.0% 28 68.3% 58 52.3% 129 54.4% 133 54.3% 185 52.3% Does not matter 1 20.0% 2 4.9% 29 26.1% 50 21.1% 50 20.4% 70 19.8% DK/Refused 0 .0% 1 2.4% 3 2.7% 19 8.0% 16 6.5% 33 9.3% Autism support Support 4 80.0% 34 82.9% 78 70.3% 154 65.0% 168 68.6% 223 63.0% ballot initiative Oppose 1 20.0% 7 17.1% 25 22.5% 56 23.6% 55 22.4% 82 23.2% DK/Refused 0 .0% 0 .0% 8 7.2% 27 11.4% 22 9.0% 49 13.8% OmniBus Poll, March 2010 (Feb 25-Mar 8)Page 4
  • 10. SoonerPoll.com Race White Black Hispanic Native American Other Autism support Support 694 79.7% 53 85.5% 5 100.0% 37 78.7% 2 25.0% issue Oppose 104 11.9% 2 3.2% 0 .0% 2 4.3% 2 25.0% DK/Refused 73 8.4% 7 11.3% 0 .0% 8 17.0% 4 50.0% Autism support More likely 159 18.3% 15 24.2% 0 .0% 8 17.0% 1 12.5% candidate Less likely 478 54.9% 36 58.1% 3 60.0% 19 40.4% 1 12.5% Does not matter 172 19.7% 7 11.3% 2 40.0% 16 34.0% 4 50.0% DK/Refused 62 7.1% 4 6.5% 0 .0% 4 8.5% 2 25.0% Autism support Support 578 66.4% 47 75.8% 5 100.0% 30 63.8% 2 25.0% ballot initiative Oppose 210 24.1% 8 12.9% 0 .0% 9 19.1% 0 .0% DK/Refused 83 9.5% 7 11.3% 0 .0% 8 17.0% 6 75.0% OmniBus Poll, March 2010 (Feb 25-Mar 8)Page 5
  • 11. SoonerPoll.com Income Under $15k $15-24k $25-34k $35-49k $50-74k $75-99k $100-124k $125k or Autism support Support 38 82.6% 88 89.8% 101 88.6% 107 78.7% 152 78.8% 88 79.3% 52 88.1% 52 70.3% issue Oppose 2 4.3% 3 3.1% 4 3.5% 19 14.0% 29 15.0% 5 4.5% 4 6.8% 16 21.6% DK/Refused 6 13.0% 7 7.1% 9 7.9% 10 7.4% 12 6.2% 18 16.2% 3 5.1% 6 8.1% Autism support More likely 5 10.9% 23 23.5% 24 21.1% 20 14.7% 34 17.6% 22 19.8% 13 22.0% 14 18.9% candidate Less likely 27 58.7% 48 49.0% 61 53.5% 76 55.9% 107 55.4% 56 50.5% 32 54.2% 41 55.4% Does not matter 8 17.4% 21 21.4% 19 16.7% 28 20.6% 39 20.2% 25 22.5% 12 20.3% 17 23.0% DK/Refused 6 13.0% 6 6.1% 10 8.8% 12 8.8% 13 6.7% 8 7.2% 2 3.4% 2 2.7% Autism support Support 33 71.7% 69 70.4% 74 64.9% 97 71.3% 139 72.0% 71 64.0% 42 71.2% 44 59.5% ballot initiative Oppose 7 15.2% 16 16.3% 24 21.1% 26 19.1% 36 18.7% 27 24.3% 13 22.0% 26 35.1% DK/Refused 6 13.0% 13 13.3% 16 14.0% 13 9.6% 18 9.3% 13 11.7% 4 6.8% 4 5.4% OmniBus Poll, March 2010 (Feb 25-Mar 8)Page 6
  • 12. SoonerPoll.com Religious services Evangelical Several times Several times Once a week Once a week month month Occasionally Never Yes No Autism support Support 188 79.3% 252 77.8% 69 75.8% 29 90.6% 148 81.3% 92 80.7% 409 77.5% 331 81.1% issue Oppose 32 13.5% 30 9.3% 10 11.0% 3 9.4% 23 12.6% 11 9.6% 64 12.1% 43 10.5% DK/Refused 17 7.2% 42 13.0% 12 13.2% 0 .0% 11 6.0% 11 9.6% 55 10.4% 34 8.3% Autism support More likely 39 16.5% 61 18.8% 17 18.7% 6 18.8% 34 18.7% 19 16.7% 112 21.2% 60 14.7% candidate Less likely 127 53.6% 171 52.8% 55 60.4% 17 53.1% 97 53.3% 65 57.0% 257 48.7% 252 61.8% Does not matter 41 17.3% 74 22.8% 12 13.2% 6 18.8% 43 23.6% 25 21.9% 112 21.2% 76 18.6% DK/Refused 30 12.7% 18 5.6% 7 7.7% 3 9.4% 8 4.4% 5 4.4% 47 8.9% 20 4.9% Autism support Support 151 63.7% 215 66.4% 68 74.7% 23 71.9% 116 63.7% 79 69.3% 347 65.7% 279 68.4% ballot initiative Oppose 54 22.8% 75 23.1% 12 13.2% 8 25.0% 53 29.1% 22 19.3% 128 24.2% 89 21.8% DK/Refused 32 13.5% 34 10.5% 11 12.1% 1 3.1% 13 7.1% 13 11.4% 53 10.0% 40 9.8% OmniBus Poll, March 2010 (Feb 25-Mar 8)Page 7
  • 13. SoonerPoll.com Political label Somewhat Very liberal Somewhat liberal Moderate conservative Very conservative DK/Refused Autism support Support 45 93.8% 70 86.4% 258 82.7% 138 76.2% 229 72.9% 55 85.9% issue Oppose 0 .0% 7 8.6% 22 7.1% 23 12.7% 55 17.5% 3 4.7% DK/Refused 3 6.3% 4 4.9% 32 10.3% 20 11.0% 30 9.6% 6 9.4% Autism support More likely 8 16.7% 13 16.0% 50 16.0% 19 10.5% 75 23.9% 19 29.7% candidate Less likely 35 72.9% 54 66.7% 171 54.8% 110 60.8% 142 45.2% 27 42.2% Does not matter 5 10.4% 10 12.3% 70 22.4% 38 21.0% 72 22.9% 10 15.6% DK/Refused 0 .0% 4 4.9% 21 6.7% 14 7.7% 25 8.0% 8 12.5% Autism support Support 42 87.5% 59 72.8% 220 70.5% 107 59.1% 192 61.1% 46 71.9% ballot initiative Oppose 4 8.3% 14 17.3% 60 19.2% 45 24.9% 94 29.9% 11 17.2% DK/Refused 2 4.2% 8 9.9% 32 10.3% 29 16.0% 28 8.9% 7 10.9% OmniBus Poll, March 2010 (Feb 25-Mar 8)Page 8
  • 14. SoonerPoll.com Autism support issue Autism support candidate Autism support ballot initiative Support Oppose More likely Less likely Does not matter Support Oppose Autism support Support 795 100.0% 0 .0% 130 75.1% 484 94.0% 142 83.5% 621 97.2% 116 57.7% issue Oppose 0 .0% 110 100.0% 43 24.9% 31 6.0% 28 16.5% 18 2.8% 85 42.3% Autism support More likely 130 17.2% 43 42.2% 184 100.0% 0 .0% 0 .0% 119 18.8% 57 26.5% candidate Less likely 484 64.0% 31 30.4% 0 .0% 539 100.0% 0 .0% 425 67.0% 83 38.6% Does not matter 142 18.8% 28 27.5% 0 .0% 0 .0% 205 100.0% 90 14.2% 75 34.9% Autism support Support 621 84.3% 18 17.5% 119 67.6% 425 83.7% 90 54.5% 666 100.0% 0 .0% ballot initiative Oppose 116 15.7% 85 82.5% 57 32.4% 83 16.3% 75 45.5% 0 .0% 228 100.0% OmniBus Poll, March 2010 (Feb 25-Mar 8)Page 9

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