Emily Swanson | March 28, 2010
3/23-26/10; 1,000 adults, 3% margin of error
903 registered voters, 3% margin of error
*Results are for all adults except where otherwise indicated
Mode: Live telephone interviews
(Post: story, results)
2010 Congress: Generic Ballot
Adults: 47% Democratic candidate, 43% Republican candidate
Registered voters: 48% Democratic candidate, 44% Republican candidate (chart)
Favorable / Unfavorable
Democratic Party: 50 / 45
Republican Party: 40 / 55
Sarah Palin: 37 / 55 (chart)
Tea Party Movement: 41 / 39
On another subject: overall, given what you know about them, would you say you support or oppose the changes to the health care system that have been enacted by Congress and the Obama administration?
46% Support, 50% Oppose (chart)
(IF OPPOSE) Would you support or oppose an effort to cancel these changes in the health care system, either by a new vote in Congress or through the courts?
86% Support, 9% Oppose
Do you think the Republicans in Congress did or did not make a good faith effort to cooperate with Obama and the Democrats on health care reform?
31% Did, 63% Did not
Do you think Obama and the Democrats in Congress did or did not make a good faith effort to cooperate with the Republicans on health care reform?
48% Did, 47% Did not
34% Democrat, 24% Republican, 38% independent (chart)