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February 02, 2012


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Same sex marriage please.


Marijuana legalization. It just qualified for the ballot in Colorado and could play a big roll in youth turnout. Preferably with a description of the initiative


For Minnesota: Effect of TPaw/Bachmann endorsements. Something about Amy Koch (should she resign her seat, or something like that). Klobuchar Senate race. Same-sex amendment.


A group of MN legislators just proposed a right-to-work amendment to the state constitution today. Would be interested in support/opposition of that.


Hi Dean,

I'd be interested to know what Minnesota likely caucus participants think of the Tea Party, as well as how much the early state results have an effect on their vote.

Reldo Tyler

I think it would smart to ask on the Minnesota republican poll about same sex marriage. I am wondering how many people would support such an amendment on the Republican side. I think that would interesting. Also, are they glad that Tim Pawlenty and Michele Bachmann dropped out?


Have you ever attended a precinct caucus?

Have you ever served as a delegate to the [county/district/state] GOP convention?

Does the result of your caucus night presidential poll guarantee delegates to a presidential candidate? (To classify other answers by how knowledgeable the subject is about the process.)

Todd Dugdale

It would be nice to see the percentage of evangelicals going into the caucuses.


Something about drugs in Colorado, and something about TPaw and Bachmann in Minnesota such as whether they'd like to see either of them on the ticket, or not.


Just for kicks, how about seeing how different candidates perform among smokers, drinkers, etc. That would be funny and interesting.


Pawlenty approve disaprove, and too liberal, just right, too conservative would be good. There's a big Pawlenty-was-a-RINO movement.

Also, somethign about whether the legislature should be stronger against Dayton, whether they're too far left or right, or should have stood longer on the shutdown would be interesting to see how far right the caucuses have gone recenty.

Something about, how easy it should be to amend the constituion would be interesting as well.


I would be interested to see what CO Republicans think of John Hickenlooper as Governor.

Also, I second the above suggestion of polling right-to-work in MN, though that would be better with the entire electorate.

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