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Winthrop Poll
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2011 Results

Note: All Data Results are available in pdf format.

 

December 2011

TheDecember 2011 Winthrop Poll interviewed 1073 registered voters from SouthCarolina. Results which use all respondents have a margin of error of +/-2.99% at the 95% confidence level. Reported results using a subset of theentire sample will naturally have a higher margin of error. Results for LikelySC Republican Presidential Primary Voters only have a margin of error of+/-5.38%  The survey was in the field from 11/27-12/4, 2011.

Findings: Methodology, Press Release and Results,  Full Instrument (NOTE: screening, such as for cell-only, or registration status is done as part of the full disclosure introduction, not part of the instrument)

 

September 2011  

Description:  

The September 2011 Winthrop Poll interviewed 1552 registered voters from South Carolina. Results which use all respondents have a margin of error of +/- 2.49% at the 95% confidence level. Reported results using a subset of the entire sample will naturally have a higher margin of error.

The majority of questions, however, were only asked of Republicans and Independents who lean Republican (previous research has shown that leaners often behave in a more consistently partisan manner than weak party identifiers).  These results come from 596 Republicans and Republican leaners in SC who are also registered to vote and have a margin of error of +/- 4.01% at the 95% confidence level. Reported results using a subset of the entire sample will naturally have a higher margin of error. The survey was in the field from September 11-18, 2011
                  
                 
Findings: Methodology, Press ReleaseResultsFull Instrument (NOTE: screening, such as for cell-only, or registration status, is done as part of the full disclosure introduction, not part of the instrument)

 

February 2011

DescriptionThe February 2011 Winthrop Poll includes respondents from the South (Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, and Virginia) who are 18 years old or older (i.e. a general population survey of adults), with an oversampling of registered votersThe results presented here include responses from 825 respondents giving results which use all respondents a margin of error of +/- 3.41% at the 95% confidence level. Reported results using a subset of the entire sample will naturally have a higher margin of error.  The survey was in the field from February 21 - 27, 2011 

Data Results: DataMethodology 

Press Release

 

April 2011  

Description:

The April 2011 Winthrop Pollinterviewed 1363 registered voters from South Carolina. Results which use allrespondents have a margin of error of +/- 2.65% at the 95% confidencelevel. Reported results using a subset of the entire sample will naturally havea higher margin of error.

The majority of questions, however,were only asked of Republicans and Independents who leanRepublican (previous research has shown that leaners often behave in a moreconsistently partisan manner than weak party identifiers). These results comefrom 589 Republicans and Republican leaners in SC who are also registered tovote and have a margin of error of +/- 4.04% at the 95% confidencelevel. Reported results using a subset of the entire sample will naturally havea higher margin of error.

                     Data Results: DataMethodology