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19 Questions | 1 point | October 1-3, 20120 Comments

Public Policy Polling conducted a survey of 700 Missouri likely voters between Oct 1 and Oct 3, 2012. Respondents were contacted by Landline and the interaction was automated. The results of this poll were released on Oct 3, 2012.

Results were provided for each of the 2 publicly acknowledged questions along with the order in which they were presented.

Question 3 | PreferenceView Matchup

The candidates for President are Democrat Barack Obama and Republican Mitt Romney. If the election was today, who would you vote for?

Romney (R)Obama (D)UndecidedTotal
All51%45%4%700
Likely
Female50%47%3%47%
Male52%43%5%53%
Democrat7%90%2%32%
Independent50%41%9%35%
Republican93%6%1%33%

This question was presented to 700 likely voters from Missouri who were contacted in some undisclosed fashion. The margin of sampling error is ± 3.7%.

The question wording was provided by Public Policy Polling.

Question 9 | PreferenceView Matchup

The candidates for Senate this fall are Democrat Claire McCaskill, Republican Todd Akin, and Libertarian Jonathan Dine. If the election was today, who would you vote for?

McCaskill (D)Akin (R)Dine (L)UndecidedTotal
All46%40%9%5%700
Likely
Female47%40%8%4%47%
Male44%40%10%6%53%
Democrat91%5%1%3%32%
Independent39%38%15%8%35%
Republican9%75%10%5%33%

This question was presented to 700 likely voters from Missouri who were contacted in some undisclosed fashion. The margin of sampling error is ± 3.7%.

The question wording was provided by Public Policy Polling.

Sources
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publicpolicypolling.com McCaskill takes a 6 point lead

Retrieved on October 7, 2012 at 3:27:00 PM CT | Revision: 1

2
publicpolicypolling.com McCaskill leads by 6

Retrieved on October 7, 2012 at 3:27:46 PM CT | Revision: 1

3
publicpolicypolling.com Full Results: McCaskill leads by 6

Retrieved on October 7, 2012 at 3:28:54 PM CT | Revision: 1

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