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February 29, 2012


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Interesting survey - clearly Wisconsin will be one of the states to watch in November.

On a slightly different topic, the Field Poll for California was out today showing a massive 59%-34% support for same-sex marriage, which is in sharp contrast to your poll a couple months ago that showed a nearly even 48%-43% split. Any reason why you think that is? Is it likely because people feel more comfortable answering truthfully on an automated poll like yours than on a traditional talk-on-the-phone poll like Field? Just wondered what your thoughts were.

Thanks in advance for your response.

Todd Dugdale

I was kind of hoping to see Presidential match-ups. Is that something that you will release in the future? Either way, this is valuable data. Thanks.

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