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February 26, 2014


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Alexander Brown

Republican Gubernatorial Primary
-Ken Bennett
-Doug Ducey
-Christine Jones
-Al Melvin
-Frank Riggs
-Scott Smith
-Andrew Thomas

Secretary of State Election
-Democrat: Terry Goddard
---Wil Cardon
---Michele Reagan
---Justin Pierce

Attorney General Election
-Republican: Tom Horne (incumbent)
-Democrat: Felecia Rotellini

Mine Inspector Election
-Republican: Joe Hart (incumbent)
-Democrat: Manuel Cruz

Superintendent of Public Instruction Election
-Republican: John Huppenthal (incumbent)
-Democrat: David Garcia

2016 Senate Hypotheticals
---Trent Franks
---David Schweikert
---Janet Napolitano
---Kyrsten Sinema
---Ann Kirkpatrick


Poll about the attorney general's race rematch between incumbent Republican Tom Horne and Democrat Felicia Rotellini. Horne squeaked out a narrow victory despite it being 2010 and Rotellini would be a strong future gubernatorial/senatorial candidate for Dems. Also ask the obvious how Arizonan's feel about legalizing same-sex marriage, as well as marijuana which could be on the ballot in 2016. Ask how respondents feel about the state's independent redistricting commission which takes that power away from politicians since the state Republican party is suing in court to overturn it after getting a result they didn't like. Additionally, it would be interesting to see former attorney general and 2010 gubernatorial nominee Terry Goddard's favorables are statewide as he's the presumptive Dem nominee for secretary of state. Finally, when doing 2016 senate match ups include Ann Kirkpatrick and Kyrsten Sinema.

active citizen

Poll the support of same sex marriage in Arizona. Also, in the aftermath of SB1062, poll whether the public believes in a separation of church and state


Would like to see Flake and McCain's approval ratings.


Please poll on 2016 presidential match-ups as Arizona is the only likely 2016 battleground state which still hasn't been polled by any pollster. Previous polls have had Arkansas, North Carolina, Georgia, even Kentucky, Louisiana and Texas as basically toss-up states (within 5 points for the strongest Republican, Arkansas even with a Hillary lead), thus there are no or few reasons to believe that Arizona shouldn't be at least a toss-up as well with its quickly changing demographics. Try Hillary against Huckabee, Bush, Rand Paul, Rubio, Ryan, Cruz, Walker. Even a "rematch" with McCain or against controversial Jan Brewer could be very informing and interesting. Will Arizona be more competitive than Georgia in 2016? Untill it's been polled at least once we have no idea. Thank you.


John McCain favorable/unfavorable 2016 Senate matchups.
Also if you could please add South Dakota to next weeks where to poll question, SD has a very interesting Senate race in both the Republican primary and the General election.


I would like to see a favorable/unfavorable on the cities of Phoenix, Tucson, Flagstaff, Mesa, Tempe, and Yuma.


I'd be interested to see Jeff Flake's approval ratings and see if he's still the least popular senator in the nation. I'd also like to see a poll on same-sex marriage and Jan Brewer's approval rating.


I'd also like to see you poll Horne vs Rotellini for the AG's race.

Aside from the usual McCain favourables, could you ask if voters think he should run for re-election or retire in 2016? Thanks!


Republican primaries:

Hugh Hallman and Martin Sepulveda for Treasurer

7 already mentioned for Governor plus John Molina

Appetite for primary challengers to Flake and McCain

Democrat Fred DuVal for Governor


I would like to see a GOP primary for Governor with and without Steven Seagal as a choice.

Noveed Safipour

I'd be very curious to see a John McCain vs. Gabrielle Giffords matchup for 2016.

Patrick Stuart

In the specific, Arizonans may of course be against the discrimination bill.

However, please also ask this: do you think that a religious photographer should be allowed not to photograph a gay wedding?

Much like the anti-abortion bill in Texas, or the national health care law, I suspect that people's lack of support may be for the specifics of this case, not for the concept as a whole.

Alan Snipes

You could ask the people that you poll in Arizona: Why do you elect the morons that you do?

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