October 11, 2012 - Debate Changes Little In Colorado, Virginia, Wisconsin, Quinnipiac University/New York Times/CBS News Swing State Poll Finds

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  • COLORADO: Romney 48 - Obama 47, compared to Obama 48 - Romney 47 Sept. 19
  • VIRGINIA: Obama 51 - Romney 46, compared to Obama 50 - Romney 46
  • WISCONSIN: Obama 50 - Romney 47, compared to Obama 51 - Romney 45
Likely voters in Colorado, Virginia and Wisconsin say 4-1 that President Barack Obama lost the presidential debate with Gov. Mitt Romney, but the impact is too small to measure, with too-close- to-call races in Colorado and Wisconsin, and Obama holding his lead in Virginia, according to a Quinnipiac University/New York Times/CBS News Swing State poll released today.

Romney would do a better job on the economy, Colorado voters say 52 - 44 percent, while Virginia voters are split 48 - 48 percent and Wisconsin voters split 49- 47 percent.

Compared to September, more, voters, especially in Colorado and Virginia, say Romney cares about their needs and problems, but Obama still leads on this measure. Romney is ahead on leadership.

The Obama-Romney overall matchup in each of these states shows:
  • Colorado: Romney on the right side of a 48 - 47 percent split, compared to Obama at 48 percent to Romney's 47 percent September 19;
  • Virginia: Obama up 51 - 46 percent, compared to Obama ahead 50 - 46 percent;
  • Wisconsin: Obama on the top side of a 50 - 47 percent too-close-to-call race, compared to Obama over Romney 51 - 45 percent.
"Gov. Mitt Romney outfought President Barack Obama 4-1 in the first debate, according to likely voters in Colorado, Virginia and Wisconsin," said Peter A. Brown, assistant director of the Quinnipiac University Polling Institute. "The shifts are too small to measure, but the races in Wisconsin and Colorado are now too close to call. The president holds his lead in Virginia."

"When likely voters are asked which candidate has strong leadership qualities, more cite Romney than the president in all three states," said Brown. "During the spring and early summer Romney held a small lead on who can best handle the economy, an edge he lost to Obama in Quinnipiac University's September survey. Now, Romney leads on the economy in Colorado and the two men are tied in Virginia and Wisconsin.

"Perhaps the best news for Obama in this poll is that voters expect U.S. Rep. Paul Ryan, the Republican vice presidential nominee, to win the running-mate debate over Vice President Joe Biden tonight. Before the first presidential debate, Romney was the expected loser and overcame those low expectations to impress the voting public."

Colorado

Colorado's independent likely voters back Romney 49 - 45 percent. Men back Romney 52 - 42 percent while women back Obama 51 - 45 percent. White voters go Republican 53 - 41 percent while Hispanic voters go Democratic 66 - 34 percent.

The economy is the top election issue for 42 percent of voters, with health care at 14 percent, the budget deficit at 11 percent, national security at 9 percent and Medicare at 6 percent.

Voters tie 48 - 47 percent on who would best handle health care and 47 - 46 percent on who would do a better job on Medicare. Obama would best help the middle class voters say 50 - 45 percent and Romney would do better on the budget deficit, voters say 54 - 40 percent.

Romney has strong leadership qualities, Colorado voters say 67 - 29 percent, compared to 54 - 44 percent for Obama.

Obama cares about their needs and problems, voters say 54 - 42 percent, compared to Romney's 48 - 48 percent split.

Colorado voters say 72 - 16 percent that Romney won last week's debate and say 47 - 30 percent that Ryan will win tonight's debate with Biden.

Voters are divided 45 - 46 percent on whether marijuana should be legal in the state. Voters 18 to 34 years old support legalization 65 - 28 percent, while voters 35 to 54 years old are mixed 47 - 44 percent and voters over 55 are opposed 57 - 34 percent.

Colorado voters approve 59 - 21 percent of the job Gov. John Hickenlooper is doing.

"The key to Mitt Romney's strength in Colorado is independent voter support. This group makes up a significant portion of the likely electorate and Romney has a four-point lead with these voters, which keeps him even with President Obama, who does a bit better among Democrats than Mr. Romney does among Republicans," Brown said.

Virginia

Strong support among women and blacks keep Obama ahead in Virginia: women back him 56 - 40 percent while men back Romney 52 - 45 percent. Whites go Republican 59 - 38 percent while blacks go Democratic 93 - 3 percent. Independent likely voters split with 48 percent for Obama and 46 percent for Romney.

The economy is the top election issue for 42 percent of voters, followed by health care at 16 percent, the budget deficit at 11 percent and Medicare at 9 percent.

Voters say 54 - 42 percent that Obama would best handle health care; 55 - 40 percent that he would do a better job on Medicare and 55 - 42 percent that he would best help the middle class. Romney would do better on the budget deficit, voters say 51 - 43 percent.

Romney has strong leadership qualities, Virginia voters say 64 - 30 percent, compared to 62 - 37 percent for Obama.

Obama cares about their needs and problems, voters say 63 - 34 percent, compared to Romney's slightly negative 46 - 49 percent.

Romney won last week's debate voters say 70 - 17 percent and Ryan will win tonight's debate with Biden, Virginia voters say 41 - 36 percent.

In Virginia's U.S. Senate race, Democrat Tim Kaine leads Republican George Allen 51 - 44 percent. Independent voters back the Democrat 51 - 42 percent.

Virginia voters approve 52 - 29 percent of the job Gov. Bob McDonnell is doing.

A total of 84 percent of voters say the federal government is "very important" or somewhat important in creating jobs in Virginia.

"One reason why the president is doing better in Virginia than some other swing states could be that Virginians feel a little better about the economy than voters in other states," Brown said. "It is more difficult for Mitt Romney to go into Virginia with its sub 6 percent unemployment rate than in many other states and convince voters they should fire Barrack Obama for not doing enough to fix the economy."

Wisconsin

A 15-point gender gap marks the presidential race in Wisconsin as women back the president 53 - 43 percent, while men back Romney 51 - 46 percent. Independent voters are divided with 48 percent for Romney and 46 percent for Obama.

The economy is the top election issue for 44 percent of voters, followed by health care at 16 percent, the budget deficit at 11 percent and Medicare at 9 percent.

Voters say 51 - 44 percent that Obama would best handle health care; 51 - 44 percent that he would do a better job on Medicare and 53 - 43 percent that he would best help the middle class. Romney would do better on the budget deficit, voters say 53 - 41 percent.

Romney has strong leadership qualities, Wisconsin voters say 65 - 31 percent, compared to 59 - 39 percent for Obama.

Obama cares about their needs and problems, voters say 61 - 36 percent, compared to Romney's negative 46 - 50 percent.

Romney won last week's debate, voters say 65 - 17 percent. Native son Paul Ryan will win tonight's debate with Biden, Wisconsin voters say 49 - 32 percent.

Wisconsin's U.S. Senate race is too close to call with 48 percent for Democrat Tammy Baldwin and 46 percent for former Gov. Tommy Thompson. Independent are divided 46 - 46 percent. Men go Republican 50 - 45 percent while women go Democratic 51 - 42 percent.

Wisconsin voters approve 52 - 44 percent of the job Gov. Scott Walker is doing.

Voters are divided 40 - 41 percent on whether they have a favorable or unfavorable opinion of labor unions.

"Wisconsin votes are predisposed toward native son Paul Ryan on a variety of measures, Brown said. "Compared to the other states, Ryan has a better favorable/unfavorable ratio; is seen as better prepared to assume the presidency, and by a wide margin voters expect him to win tonight's vice presidential debate."

From October 4 - 9, Quinnipiac University, in cooperation with The New York Times and CBS News, surveyed:
  • 1,254 Colorado likely voters with a margin of error of +/- 2.8 percent;
  • 1,288 Virginia likely voters with a margin of error of +/- 2.7 percent;
  • 1,327 Wisconsin likely voters with a margin of error of +/- 2.7 percent.
Live interviewers call land lines and cell phones. For individual statewide crosstabs and trends visit - http://www.quinnipiac.edu/polling.xml or call (203) 582-5201.

For individual statewide crosstabs call (203) 582-5201 or click: Crosstabs by State

1. If the election for President were being held today, and the candidates were Barack Obama the Democrat and Mitt Romney the Republican, for whom would you vote? (If undecided) As of today, do you lean more toward Obama or Romney? (Table includes leaners and VA/WI early voters)
                     LIKELY VOTERS...
                     CO     VA     WI
 
Obama                47%    51%    50%
Romney               48     46     47
SMONE ELSE(VOL)       2      1      -
DK/NA                 2      3      3
 
 
1a. (If candidate chosen q1) Is your mind made up, or do you think you might change your mind before the election?
                     LIKELY VOTERS......
                     CANDIDATE CHOSEN Q1
                     CO     VA     WI
 
Mind made up         93%    93%    92%
Might change          6      6      7
DK/NA                 -      1      1
 
 
1b. (If Obama q1) Is your mind made up, or do you think you might change your mind before the election?
                     LIKELY VOTERS...
                     OBAMA Q1........
                     CO     VA     WI
 
Mind made up         93%    94%    91%
Might change          7      6      8
DK/NA                 -      1      1
 
 
1c. (If Romney q1) Is your mind made up, or do you think you might change your mind before the election?
                     LIKELY VOTERS...
                     ROMNEY Q1.......
                     CO     VA     WI
 
Mind made up         94%    93%    94%
Might change          5      7      5
DK/NA                 -      -      -
 
 
2. Is your opinion of Barack Obama favorable, unfavorable or haven't you heard enough about him?
                     LIKELY VOTERS...
                     CO     VA     WI
 
Favorable            49%    54%    50%
Unfavorable          48     43     45
Hvn't hrd enough      2      2      2
REFUSED               1      1      2
 
 
3. Is your opinion of Mitt Romney favorable, unfavorable or haven't you heard enough about him?
                     LIKELY VOTERS...
                     CO     VA     WI
 
Favorable            48%    46%    47%
Unfavorable          44     46     45
Hvn't hrd enough      6      7      6
REFUSED               2      1      2
 
 
4. (If Obama q1) Would you describe your support for Barack Obama as strongly favoring him, or do you like him but with reservations, or do you support him because you dislike Mitt Romney?
                     LIKELY VOTERS...
                     OBAMA Q1........
                     CO     VA     WI
 
Strongly favor       68%    72%    69%
Like/Reservations    23     23     23
Dislike Romney        9      5      7
DK/NA                 -      -      1
 
 
5. (If Romney q1) Would you describe your support for Mitt Romney as strongly favoring him, or do you like him but with reservations, or do you support him because you dislike Barack Obama?
                     LIKELY VOTERS...
                     ROMNEY Q1.......
                     CO     VA     WI
 
Strongly favor       60%    62%    63%
Like/Reservations    25     27     25
Dislike Obama        15      9     12
DK/NA                 -      2      -
 
 
6. (VA & WI) If the election for United States Senator were being held today and the candidates were Tim Kaine(VA)/Tammy Baldwin(WI) the Democrat and George Allen(VA)/Tommy Thompson(WI) the Republican, for whom would you vote? (If undecided) As of today, do you lean more toward Allen(VA)/Baldwin(WI) or Kaine(VA)/Thompson(WI)? (Table includes leaners and early voters)
                     LIKELY VOTERS...
                     CO     VA     WI
 
Democrat              -     51%    48%
Republican            -     44     46
SMONE ELSE(VOL)       -      -      -
DK/NA                 -      5      5
 
 
7. Do you approve or disapprove of the way John Hickenlooper(CO)/Bob McDonnell(VA)/Scott Walker(WI) is handling his job as Governor?
                     LIKELY VOTERS...
                     CO     VA     WI
 
Approve              59%    52%    52%
Disapprove           21     29     44
DK/NA                20     19      3
 
 
8. Do you approve or disapprove of the way Barack Obama is handling his job as President?
                     LIKELY VOTERS...
                     CO     VA     WI
 
Approve              45%    52%    47%
Disapprove           52     46     49
DK/NA                 3      3      4
 
 
9. Is your opinion of Joe Biden favorable, unfavorable or haven't you heard enough about him?
                     LIKELY VOTERS...
                     CO     VA     WI
 
Favorable            36%    43%    36%
Unfavorable          44     39     39
Hvn't hrd enough     19     17     24
REFUSED               1      1      1
 
 
10. Is your opinion of Paul Ryan favorable, unfavorable or haven't you heard enough about him?
                     LIKELY VOTERS...
                     CO     VA     WI
 
Favorable            38%    38%    46%
Unfavorable          34     34     35
Hvn't hrd enough     27     28     18
REFUSED               -      -      -
 
 
11. Do you think Joe Biden is or is not qualified to serve as President if it becomes necessary, or don't you know enough about Joe Biden to say?
                     LIKELY VOTERS...
                     CO     VA     WI
 
Qualified            41%    45%    41%
Not qualified        39     33     32
Don't know enough    19     20     27
DK/NA                 1      1      1
 
 
12. Do you think Paul Ryan is or is not qualified to serve as President if it becomes necessary, or don't you know enough about Paul Ryan to say?
                     LIKELY VOTERS...
                     CO     VA     WI
 
Qualified            40%    34%    47%
Not qualified        26     28     28
Don't know enough    33     36     25
DK/NA                 1      2      1
 
 
13. In deciding who you would like to see elected President this year, which one of the following issues will be most important to you, national security, the economy, energy, the budget deficit, taxes, health care, medicare, or something else?
                     LIKELY VOTERS...
                     CO     VA     WI
 
National security     9%     7%     4%
The economy          42     42     44
Energy                3      2      2
The budget deficit   11     11     11
Taxes                 4      4      5
Health care          14     16     16
Medicare              6      9      9
Something else        9      8      7
DK/NA                 2      2      2
 
 
14. Compared to past presidential elections, how would you describe your level of enthusiasm about voting in this year's presidential election; are you more enthusiastic than usual, less enthusiastic, or about the same as usual?
                     LIKELY VOTERS...
                     CO     VA     WI
 
More                 41%    43%    42%
Less                 12     11     10
About the same       46     45     48
DK/NA                 -      -      -
 
 
15. Do you think the nation's economy is getting better, getting worse, or staying about the same?
                     LIKELY VOTERS...
                     CO     VA     WI
 
Better               37%    42%    38%
Worse                37     35     33
The same             25     22     29
DK/NA                 1      1      1
 
 
16. Do you think (Colorado/Virginia/Wisconsin)'s economy is getting better, getting worse, or staying about the same?
                     LIKELY VOTERS...
                     CO     VA     WI
 
Better               40%    37%    35%
Worse                20     15     18
The same             38     45     45
DK/NA                 2      3      1
 
 
17. Would you say that - Barack Obama cares about the needs and problems of people like you or not?
                     LIKELY VOTERS...
                     CO     VA     WI
 
Yes                  54%    63%    61%
No                   42     34     36
DK/NA                 3      3      2
 
 
18. Would you say that - Mitt Romney cares about the needs and problems of people like you or not?
                     LIKELY VOTERS...
                     CO     VA     WI
 
Yes                  48%    46%    46%
No                   48     49     50
DK/NA                 4      5      4
 
 
19. How confident are you in - Barack Obama's ability to be an effective Commander-in-Chief of the nation's military; are you very confident, somewhat confident, not too confident, or not at all confident?
                     LIKELY VOTERS...
                     CO     VA     WI
 
Very confident       35%    41%    37%
Somewhat confident   19     18     23
Not too confident    15     16     16
Not at all confident 31     25     24
DK/NA                 -      1      1
 
 
20. How confident are you in - Mitt Romney's ability to be an effective Commander-in-Chief of the nation's military; are you very confident, somewhat confident, not too confident, or not at all confident?
                     LIKELY VOTERS...
                     CO     VA     WI
 
Very confident       32%    25%    28%
Somewhat confident   27     30     29
Not too confident    17     19     17
Not at all confident 22     25     24
DK/NA                 2      1      2
 
 
21. Would you say that Barack Obama - has strong leadership qualities or not?
                     LIKELY VOTERS...
                     CO     VA     WI
 
Yes                  54%    62%    59%
No                   44     37     39
DK/NA                 2      2      1
 
 
22. Would you say that Mitt Romney - has strong leadership qualities or not?
                     LIKELY VOTERS...
                     CO     VA     WI
 
Yes                  67%    64%    65%
No                   29     30     31
DK/NA                 4      6      4
 
 
23. Would you say that Barack Obama - is honest and trustworthy or not?
                     LIKELY VOTERS...
                     CO     VA     WI
 
Yes                  49%    59%    58%
No                   48     38     40
DK/NA                 3      4      3
 
 
24. Would you say that Mitt Romney - is honest and trustworthy or not?
                     LIKELY VOTERS...
                     CO     VA     WI
 
Yes                  47%    47%    47%
No                   48     46     47
DK/NA                 5      7      6
 
 
25. Do you think Barack Obama - has clearly explained his specific plans for the next four years, or hasn't he clearly explained them?
                     LIKELY VOTERS...
                     CO     VA     WI
 
Yes, explained       47%    49%    45%
No, has not          51     48     53
DK/NA                 2      3      2
 
 
26. Do you think Mitt Romney - has clearly explained his specific plans for the next four years, or hasn't he clearly explained them?
                     LIKELY VOTERS...
                     CO     VA     WI
 
Yes, explained       37%    34%    33%
No, has not          60     63     63
DK/NA                 2      3      3
 
 
27. Regardless of how you intend to vote, who do you think would do a better job on - the economy, Barack Obama or Mitt Romney?
                     LIKELY VOTERS...
                     CO     VA     WI
 
Obama                44%    48%    47%
Romney               52     48     49
DK/NA                 4      4      4
 
 
28. Regardless of how you intend to vote, who do you think would do a better job on - health care, Barack Obama or Mitt Romney?
                     LIKELY VOTERS...
                     CO     VA     WI
 
Obama                48%    54%    51%
Romney               47     42     44
DK/NA                 6      4      5
 
 
29. Regardless of how you intend to vote, who do you think would do a better job on - helping the middle class, Barack Obama or Mitt Romney?
                     LIKELY VOTERS...
                     CO     VA     WI
 
Obama                50%    55%    53%
Romney               45     42     43
DK/NA                 5      4      4
 
 
30. Regardless of how you intend to vote, who do you think would do a better job on - Medicare, Barack Obama or Mitt Romney?
                     LIKELY VOTERS...
                     CO     VA     WI
 
Obama                47%    55%    51%
Romney               46     40     44
DK/NA                 7      5      6
 
 
31. Regardless of how you intend to vote, who do you think would do a better job on - taxes, Barack Obama or Mitt Romney?
                     LIKELY VOTERS...
                     CO     VA     WI
 
Obama                48%    50%    47%
Romney               47     44     49
DK/NA                 5      6      5
 
 
32. Regardless of how you intend to vote, who do you think would do a better job on - energy issues, Barack Obama or Mitt Romney?
                     LIKELY VOTERS...
                     CO     VA     WI
 
Obama                46%    49%    49%
Romney               49     44     44
DK/NA                 6      7      8
 
 
33. Regardless of how you intend to vote, who do you think would do a better job - handling an international crisis, Barack Obama or Mitt Romney?
                     LIKELY VOTERS...
                     CO     VA     WI
 
Obama                49%    53%    52%
Romney               45     42     42
DK/NA                 6      5      6
 
 
34. Regardless of how you intend to vote, who do you think would do a better job on - the budget deficit, Barack Obama or Mitt Romney?
                     LIKELY VOTERS...
                     CO     VA     WI
 
Obama                40%    43%    41%
Romney               54     51     53
DK/NA                 6      6      5
 
 
35. Which of these comes closer to your opinion, The United States is more successful when the government emphasizes self-reliance and individual responsibility, or The United States is more successful when the government emphasizes community and shared responsibility.
                     LIKELY VOTERS...
                     CO     VA     WI
 
Self-reliance        51%    45%    46%
Community            43     45     46
BOTH (VOL)            3      4      3
DK/NA                 4      6      6
 
 
36. As you may know, the largest items in the federal budget are the military, Social Security, and Medicare, the government health insurance program for seniors. If you had to choose one, which of the following programs would you be willing to change in order to cut spending: Medicare, Social Security, or the military?
                     LIKELY VOTERS...
                     CO     VA     WI
 
Medicare             21%    18%    18%
Social Security      21     21     18
The military         47     47     53
DK/NA                12     14     12
 
 
37. In order to reduce the federal budget deficit, do you support or oppose raising income taxes on household income over $250,000 per year?
                     LIKELY VOTERS...
                     CO     VA     WI
 
Support              62%    66%    65%
Oppose               35     31     32
DK/NA                 3      3      3
 
 
38. Do you feel you pay more than your fair share in federal income taxes, less than your fair share, or is the amount you pay about right?
                     LIKELY VOTERS...
                     CO     VA     WI
 
More than fair share 23%    29%    28%
Less than fair share  5      3      4
About right          70     66     66
DK/NA                 2      2      2
 
 
39. What about upper-income Americans? Do you feel upper-income people pay more than their fair share in federal income taxes, less than their fair share, or is the amount they pay about right?
                     LIKELY VOTERS...
                     CO     VA     WI
 
More than fair share 15%    13%    12%
Less than fair share 52     54     55
About right          29     25     27
DK/NA                 5      7      6
 
 
40. Which candidate do you think did the best job, or won, Wednesday night's presidential debate, Barack Obama or Mitt Romney?
                     LIKELY VOTERS...
                     CO     VA     WI
 
Obama                16%    17%    17%
Romney               72     70     65
TIE(VOL)              3      3      4
DIDN'T WATCH(VOL)     6      7     11
DK/NA                 4      3      4
 
 
41. Did you watch or listen to the presidential debate between Barack Obama and Mitt Romney on Wednesday, October 3rd or not?
                     LIKELY VOTERS...
                     CO     VA     WI
 
Yes                  88%    87%    81%
No                   11     12     18
DK/NA                 1      1      -
 
 
42. (If watched/listened q41) In general, how did Wednesday night's debate affect your opinion of - Barack Obama? Did it make you think better of him, worse of him, or didn't it affect your opinion?
                     LIKELY VOTERS.................
                     WATCHED/LISTENED TO DEBATE Q41
                     CO     VA     WI
 
Better                6%     9%     7%
Worse                29     24     28
No effect            64     66     65
DK/NA                 1      1      -
 
 
43. (If watched/listened q41) In general, how did Wednesday night's debate affect your opinion of - Mitt Romney? Did it make you think better of him, worse of him, or didn't it affect your opinion?
                     LIKELY VOTERS.................
                     WATCHED/LISTENED TO DEBATE Q41
                     CO     VA     WI
 
Better               51%    44%    47%
Worse                19     18     14
No effect            30     37     38
DK/NA                 -      -      1
 
 
44. Did the presidential debate make you more likely to vote for - Barack Obama, less likely, or did it have no effect on your vote choice?
                     LIKELY VOTERS...
                     CO     VA     WI
 
More likely           9%    10%     8%
Less likely          19     18     17
Had no effect        71     70     71
DK/NA                 1      1      4
 
 
45. Did the presidential debate make you more likely to vote for - Mitt Romney, less likely, or did it have no effect on your vote choice?
                     LIKELY VOTERS...
                     CO     VA     WI
 
More likely          26%    23%    23%
Less likely          13     12     10
Had no effect        60     63     64
DK/NA                 1      2      4
 
 
46. Do you plan on watching or listening to the vice presidential debate on Thursday, October 11th, or not?
                     LIKELY VOTERS...
                     CO     VA     WI
 
Yes                  85%    84%    81%
No                   12     13     16
DK/NA                 3      2      3
 
 
47. Who do you think will win the vice presidential debate, Joe Biden or Paul Ryan?
                     LIKELY VOTERS...
                     CO     VA     WI
 
Biden                30%    36%    32%
Ryan                 47     41     49
TIE (VOL)             1      1      1
DK/NA                22     21     19
 
 
48a. (CO) Do you think that the use of marijuana should be made legal in Colorado, or not?
                     COLORADO LIKELY VOTERS..............................
                     Tot    Rep    Dem    Ind    Men    Wom    Wht    Hsp
 
Yes                  45%    29%    62%    45%    49%    42%    44%    44%
No                   46     65     28     46     44     48     47     45
DK/NA                 8      6     10      9      7     10      8     11
 
 
48b. (VA) How important is the federal government in creating jobs in your state, very important, somewhat important, not too important, or not at all important?
                     VIRGINIA LIKELY VOTERS..............................
                     Tot    Rep    Dem    Ind    Men    Wom    Wht    Blk
 
Very important       59%    48%    77%    52%    56%    61%    53%    80%
Somewhat important   25     27     20     29     22     28     28     14
Not too important     9     15      1      9     10      7     10      3
Not at all important  5      7      -      7      8      2      5      2
DK/NA                 3      3      2      3      3      2      3      2
 
 
48c. (WI) Is your opinion of labor unions favorable, unfavorable, or haven't you heard enough about them?
                     WISCONSIN LIKELY VOTERS......................
                     Tot    Rep    Dem    Ind    Men    Wom    Wht
 
Favorable            40%     9%    74%    36%    40%    40%    39%
Unfavorable          41     74      9     44     44     39     44
Hvn't hrd enough     15     14     16     15     12     18     13
REFUSED               4      4      1      5      4      4      4
 

Additional info by state:
Colorado: Crosstabs Demographic Summary
Virginia: Crosstabs Demographic Summary
Wisconsin: Crosstabs Demographic Summary