The Presidential election is just one week away.
Ahead of the Nov. 6 general election, The Glengariff Group, Inc. conducted a 600-sample survey of likely 2012 Michigan General Election voters. The live operator telephone survey was conducted from October 27-29, 2012. (Saturday afternoon through Monday).
-- 80% of the survey respondents were contacted via land-line.
-- 20% of survey respondents were contacted via cellphone.
The survey has a margin of error of +/-4.0% with a 95% level of confidence.
This survey was commissioned by WDIV Local 4 and the Detroit News.
Respondents were asked each of the following questions. The corresponding survey results are shown below.
Thinking about the upcoming Presidential election in November, would you say you are definitely voting, probably voting, probably not voting, or would you say you are definitely not voting?
Definitely voting 98.2%
Probably voting 1.8%
Do you plan to vote in person, by absentee ballot, or have you already cast an absentee ballot?
In person 77.5%
Already voted 15.0%
Generally speaking, would you say the nation is on the right track or would you say things have gotten off on the wrong track?
Right track 40.0%
Wrong track 51.2%
Don’t Know 8.5%
If the election for President of the United states were held today and Barack Obama was the Democratic candidate, Mitt Romney was the Republican candidate, Virgil Goode Jr. was the US Taxpayers Party candidate, Jill Stein was the Green Party candidate, and Ross Anderson was the Natural Law Party candidate, who would you vote for to be the President of the United States?
Which candidate for President do you think would do a better job of handling our nation’s economy, Barack Obama or Mitt Romney?
Both the same 2.3%
Which candidate for President do you think would do a better job of handling our nation’s foreign affairs, Barack Obama or Mitt Romney?
Both the same 1.8%
Which candidate for President do you think would do a better job understanding your values, Barack Obama or Mitt Romney?