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MI: Mitchell Research and Communications, WJBK TV (Fox: Detroit)

19 Questions | 1 point | September 6-7, 20160 Comments

Mitchell Research and Communications conducted a survey of 940 Michigan likely voters between Sep 6 and Sep 7, 2016. Respondents were contacted by Landline and the interaction was automated. The results of this poll were released on Sep 9, 2016.

The poll was sponsored by WJBK TV (Fox: Detroit).

Results were provided for the only publicly acknowledged question.

Question 14 | PreferenceView Matchup

In a four-way presidential race that includes Libertarian Party candidate Gary Johnson and Green Party candidate Jill Stein, if the November 2016 General Election for President was being held today, who would you be voting for? In alphabetical order by name, if you are voting for or lean towards Hillary Clinton the Democrat press 1, if you are voting for or lean towards Gary Johnson the Libertarian Party candidate press 2, if you are voting for or lean towards Jill Stein the Green Party candidate press 3, if you are voting for or lean towards Donald Trump the Republican press 4, and if you’re not sure press 5.

Clinton (D)Trump (R)UndecidedJohnson (L)Stein (G)Total
All45.32%
426
39.04%
367
7.87%
74
6.49%
61
1.28%
12
940
Likely
Female49.2%
259
33.24%
175
11.02%
58
4.75%
25
0.38%
2
56%
Male40.38%
167
46.42%
192
3.87%
16
8.46%
35
2.42%
10
44%
Democrat90.91%
420
5.19%
24
2.38%
11
1.08%
5
0.43%
2
Independent6%
3
22%
11
32%
16
38%
19
2%
1
Republican0.26%
1
84.91%
332
11%
43
3.84%
15
0

This question was presented to 940 likely voters from Michigan who were contacted in some undisclosed fashion. The margin of sampling error is ± 3.2% at the 95% confidence level.

The question wording was provided by Mitchell Research and Communications and WJBK TV (Fox: Detroit).

Sources
1
realclearpolitics.com Clinton Lead Cut in Half from August

Retrieved on September 12, 2016 at 9:58:13 PM CT | Revision: 1

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