The Ohio Poll was conducted for the Plain Dealer by Mason-Dixon Polling & Research, Inc. of Washington, D.C. from September 25 through September 27, 2006. A total of 625 registered Ohio voters were interviewed statewide. The margin for error is plus or minus 4%.
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Do you have a favorable, unfavorable or neutral opinion of ________?
QUESTION: If the 2006 election for Ohio’s U.S. Senate seat were held today, would you vote for:
Democrat 219 (35%)
Republican 251 (40%)
Independent 155 (25%)
18-34 83 (13%)
35-49 183 (29%)
50-64 189 (30%)
65+ 168 (27%)
White/Caucasian 554 (89%)
Black/African American 56 (9%)
Hispanic or Latino 6 (1%)
Asian or Other 6 (1%)
Protestant 271 (43%)
Catholic 193 (31%)
Jewish 11 (2%)