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February 04, 2014


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Please test a head to head with McCrory vs. Roy Cooper for 2016 governor. Ask the favorabilities of all the North Carolina statewide officeholders and the 2014 supreme court election between Sam Ervin IV and Robert Hunter.

Also ask respondents views on medical marijuana and legalization like Colorado/Washington have done. In Louisiana it would be interesting to see the partisan breakdown of those who consider themselves Catholics vs protestants. For 2015 governor you could do jungle primary test of with David Vitter, Jay Dardenne, Rodney Alexander, and Mitch Landrieu, with runoff election match ups between Vitter/Dardenne, Vitter/Landrieu, and Landrieu/Dardenne

Bjørn Erik Opheim

Don't forget the 2016 match-ups. Is Hillary still tied in Louisiana? Maybe ask voters whether it'd be a strenght or weakness for Hillary to choose a female running mate. And why not add a Hillary-Romney match-up, now that the Mitt Netflix documentary has just been released and he's been a lot in the media once again, including his Slow jamming of the News and claiming that Obama is a worse president than Putin (quite controversial statement I could imagine). A Hillary-Huckabee match-up should also be highly interesting to see unfolding in Louisiana. Could he be more popular there than other southerners like Jeb Bush, Rubio and their own Bobby Jindal? Finally, would Hillary get a boost by choosing Mary Landriou as her 2016 running mate?


Landrieu/Cassidy/Maness/Alan Seabaugh jungle primary, and jungle primary with all four plus Tony Perkins.

All four Rs v. Landrieu in runoff.

John Bel Edwards, Foster Campbell, and Newell Normand for governor.



Favorite baseball team (most likely Astros, Rangers, Braves).

same-sex marriage.

creation vs. evolution

approval of Congress -- and "YOUR Congressional Representative".

James Lee

PLEASE do the jungle primary in LA with Landrieu, Cassidy, Maness, and State Rep. Paul Hollis. The jungle has not been polled since Hollis' entry, and also do a head to head with Cassidy. If you still can ask more questions, do Landrieu vs. Maness and Hollis also


OOps, I meant Hollis instead of Seabaugh.

Ryan Kim

Please test in LA:
Senate 2014
Mary Landrieu vs. Cassidy
Landrieu vs. Hollis
Landrieu vs. Maness
Landrieu vs. Cassidy vs. Hollis vs. Maness
Governor 2015
Mitch Landrieu vs. Vitter
Landrieu vs. Dardenne
Landrieu vs. Vitter vs. Dardenne vs. Campbell
Please test NC
Senate 2014
Tillis vs. Hagan
Senate 2016
Richard Burr vs. Roy Copper
Richard Burr vs. Wayne Goodwin
Richard Burr vs Elaine Marshall
Richard Burr vs. Janet Cowell
Richard Burr vs. Beth Wood
Richard Burr vs. June Atkinson
Governor 2016
McCrory vs. Roy Copper
McCrory vs. Wayne Goodwin
McCrory vs Elaine Marshall
McCrory vs. Janet Cowell
McCrory vs. Beth Wood
McCrory vs. June Atkinson
State Legislature Election 2016 in NC
Generic Ballot between Democrats and Republicans
State Legislature Election 2015 in LA
Generic Ballot between Democrats and Republicans
2016 Presidential Election in NC and LA
Hillary Clinton vs. All Possible Republican Contenders (Walker, Jindal, Christie, Bush, Ryan, Rubio, Cruz, Paul)
Clinton's Favoribility in LA and NC
Having Landrieu's as Governor and Senator favoribility


Favorability of Justin Bieber

SamianHQuazi .

Renee Ellmers vs. Clay Aiken :)

Danny N Diana Higgins

If Jeb Bush was not a candidate for
President, who would you support, given the
choices of Chris Christie, Ted Cruz,
Mike Huckabee, Rand Paul, Marco Rubio, Paul
Ryan, and Scott Walker?


For North Carolina, poll Clay Aiken vs. Renee Elmers, as well as a generic democrat matchup with Rob Pittenger.

For Louisiana, poll whether or not residents support a Russian style anti-gay law


I would like to see a subset of white voters in Louisiana to see how Mary Landreiu is faring among White Protestants vs. White Catholics.

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