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NY: Public Policy Polling

14 Questions | 1 point | April 7-10, 20160 Comments

Public Policy Polling conducted a survey of 1403 New York registered voters between Apr 7 and Apr 10, 2016. Respondents were contacted by either Landline, Internet or Opt-In and the interaction was automated. The results of this poll were released on Apr 12, 2016.

Results were provided for each of the 3 publicly acknowledged questions along with the order in which they were presented.

Question 3 | PreferenceView Matchup

The Democratic candidates for President are Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders. If the election was today, who would you vote for?

Clinton (D)Sanders (D)UndecidedTotal
All51%40%8%663
Likely
Hispanic66%28%6%13%
Female57%34%9%55%
Male44%47%8%45%
Blacks61%32%7%21%
Whites47%43%11%57%

This question was presented to 663 likely voters from New York who were contacted in some undisclosed fashion. The margin of sampling error is ± 3.8%.

The question wording was provided by Public Policy Polling.

Question 11 | PreferenceView Matchup

If the candidates for President this fall were Democrat Hillary Clinton and Republican Donald Trump, who would you vote for?

Clinton (D)Trump (R)Not SureTotal
All55%35%10%1403
Registered
Female62%28%11%53%
Male48%43%9%47%
Democrat80%13%7%55%
Independent39%45%16%18%
Republican15%73%12%26%

This question was presented to 1403 registered voters from New York who were contacted in some undisclosed fashion. The margin of sampling error is ± 2.6%.

The question wording was provided by Public Policy Polling.

Question 12 | PreferenceView Matchup

If the candidates for President next time were Democrat Bernie Sanders and Republican Donald Trump, who would you vote for?

Sanders (D)Trump (R)Not SureTotal
All58%33%9%1403
Registered
Female62%27%11%53%
Male54%40%6%47%
Democrat81%12%7%55%
Independent45%40%15%18%
Republican20%71%9%26%

This question was presented to 1403 registered voters from New York who were contacted in some undisclosed fashion. The margin of sampling error is ± 2.6%.

The question wording was provided by Public Policy Polling.

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