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Winthrop Poll
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Winthrop Poll
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Rock Hill, SC 29733, USA
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2012 Results

Note: All Data Results are available in pdf format.

February 2012

The February 2012 Winthrop Poll interviewed 878 adults living in South Carolina. Results which use all respondents have a margin of error of +/- 3.31% 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 1/29-2/6, 2012. No calling was done on Feb. 5, 2012 - Super Bowl Sunday.

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

April 2012

The April 2012 Winthrop Poll interviewed 981 adults living in South Carolina. Results which use all respondents have a margin of error of +/- 3.13% 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 4/15-4/22, 2012.

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

October 2012

The October 2012 Winthrop Poll interviewed 981 Registered Voters living in South Carolina’s newly formed 7th Congressional District. After weights (for sex, age, and race) have been applied, results which use all respondents have a margin of error of approximately +/- 3% at the 95% confidence level. The survey was in the field from 9/23-9/30, 2012

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

 

December 2012

The December 2012 Winthrop Poll interviewed 929 adults living in South Carolina. After weights (for sex, age, and race) have been applied, results which use all respondents have a margin of error of approximately +/- 3.5% at the 95% confidence level. Results that use less than the full sample (e.g. just Registered Voters or just those who voted in the 2012 presidential election) will naturally have a higher margin of error. For data of those who voted in the 2012 presidential election, the sample size is 600 and after weights (for sex, age, and race) have been applied, results which only use these respondents have a margin of error of approximately +/- 4% at the 95% The survey was in the field from 11/25-12/2, 2012.

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