Caucus Delegate Brushfire Survey State of the Race


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Caucus Delegate Brushfire Survey State of the Race

  1. 1. Global Perspective. Innovative Research. Superior Results. M E M O R A N D UMTO: INTERESTED PARTIESFROM: CHRIS WILSON – PARTNER, WILSON PERKINS ALLEN OPINION RESEARCHSUBJECT: STATE OF THE SENATE RACEDATE: APRIL 18, 2012JAThe following memo outlines key data from a survey conducted April 11-14 2012 of 306Republican caucus delegates in Utah.Key Images  Orrin Hatch has a strong image among caucus delegates o Total Favorable 80% o Total Unfavorable 18% o Very Favorable 47% o Somewhat Favorable 32% o No Opinion 2% o Somewhat Unfavorable 11% o Very Unfavorable 7%  Caucus delegates do not have a favorable impression of Freedom Works. o Total Favorable 16% o Total Unfavorable 62% o Very Favorable 5% o Somewhat Favorable 11% o No Opinion 16% o Never Heard Of 7% o Somewhat Unfavorable 23% o Very Unfavorable 39%Senate Ballot  Orrin Hatch has a strong lead on the ballot for the Republican nomination for Senate. o Orrin Hatch 63% o Chris Herrod 4% o Dan Liljenquist 21% o Undecided 11% 324 Second Street, SE •Washington, DC 20003 1005 Congress, Ste 495 • Austin, TX 78701 1319 Classen Drive • Oklahoma City, OK 73103 1029 K Street, Suite 44 • Sacramento, CA 95814 405.286.6500 • fax 405.286.6454
  2. 2. © 2012 WPA Opinion ResearchDo not copy or distribute without permission Methodology Wilson Perkins Allen Opinion Research conducted a study of Republican caucus delegates in Utah on behalf of the Orrin Hatch campaign. Respondents were screened to ensure that they were neither a member of the news media or a public relations company and that they had been selected as a Republican state delegate in Utah. Respondents were contacted by phone via a live telephone operator interview April 11-14, 2012. The study has a sample size of 306 Republican caucus delegates in Utah a margin of error of ±5.7% at the 95% confidence interval. About Wilson Perkins Allen Opinion Research Since 1998, WPA Opinion Research has been a leading provider of political polling for campaigns from Mayor and City Council to Governor, U.S. Senate and President in all 50 states and over 30 foreign countries. In 2009-2010 alone, WPA conducted polling in over 200 races for campaigns, caucuses and independent expenditures efforts. In addition to our political and policy research, WPA Opinion Research provides donor research to Christian and other not-for-profit organizations and alumni research to colleges and universities. More than 200 Christian and other not-for-profit organizations around the country and dozens of large and small colleges and universities have relied on WPA’s data and analysis. WPA’s corporate research arm has provided market research to more than 100 of the Fortune 500 and to hundreds of small and medium businesses nationwide.Confidential Page 2 of 2 4/18/2012