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Cassie Sollars - Surprises in opinion polling

Knowledge of Democratic and Republican parties varies with demographic differences

Apr 14, 2012 | 2 Comments

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04:57 pm - Mon, April 16 2012
JoWriter said:
I'm surprised that you left out the most interesting demographic difference result in this survey - women scored consistently lower on every single question by considerable amounts, at least 10 percent lower.
Also, the college graduates couldnot have averaged 13.4 correct answers, since there were only 13 questions in all. That was probably a typo? The average couldn't have been a percent either.
My score? I got 12 questions right and missed on the immigration issue. The wording of that question was such that, in my opinion, both parties could have gotten a yes.
08:26 pm - Mon, April 16 2012
Kona said:

You asked, "What do these statistics mean"? To me they mean that many (perhaps most) Americans have checked out (really don't care about politics).

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