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(IF YES) Do you have a favorable, unfavorable or neutral opinion of ________?

                                  FAV.  UNFAV.  NEUT.  DON’T RECOGNIZE      

U.S. SENATE

Sherrod Brown        47%    28%       22%          3%      

Mike DeWine          43%     35%       21%         1%      

GOVERNOR

Ted Strickland         54%     22%      22%           2%      

Ken Blackwell          31%     46%      21%           2%      

ATTORNEY GENERAL

Betty Montgomery    34%     25%      34%           7%      

Marc Dann               29%     11%      39%           21%    

                                                FAV.  UNFAV.  NEUT.     DON’T RECOGNIZE 

SECRETARY OF STATE

Jennifer Brunner                    22%          7%         29%         42%      

Greg Hartmann                    17%          8%         32%         43%      

STATE TREASURER

Richard Cordray                   29%          5%         30%         36%      

Sandra O’Brien                     16%          7%         38%         39%      

STATE AUDITOR

Barbara Sykes                      20%         12%         31%         37%      

Mary Taylor                          19%         12%         22%         47%      

If the 2006 election for Ohio’s U.S. Senate seat were held today, would you vote for

- Sherrod Brown, Democrat                                           

- Mike DeWine, Republican                                             

- Richard Duncan                                                              

                        DEWINE      BROWN    DUNCAN     UNDECIDED

STATE              44%           50%            1%                 5%    

REGION            DEWINE     BROWN    DUNCAN     UNDECIDED

Northeast Ohio     37%          56%           1%                6%    

Northwest Ohio    45%          50%            1%               4%    

Central Ohio        50%           44%            1%               5%    

Southeast Ohio    38%          55%             -                  7%    

Southwest Ohio    53%          42%            1%               4%    

SEX                DEWINE     BROWN    DUNCAN     UNDECIDED

Men                   49%             46%            1%                 4%    

Women           39%             54%            1%                 6%    

RACE             DEWINE     BROWN    DUNCAN     UNDECIDED

Whites                48%          46%           1%                 5%    

Blacks                 6%           86%             -                   8%    

PARTY ID      DEWINE     BROWN    DUNCAN     UNDECIDED

Democrat            4%           92%            -                    4%    

Republican         83%          12%           2%                3%    

Independent       38%          51%           2%                9%    

If the 2006 election for Governor & Lieutenant Governor were held today, would you vote for:

- Ted Strickland & Lee Fisher, the Democratic Party ticket

- Kenneth Blackwell & Tom Raga, the Republican Party ticket                

- Bob Fitrakis & Anita Rios                                                                                 

- Bill Peirce & Mark Noble,                                                                                                          

                        STRICKLAND   BLACKWELL   OTHERS   UNDECIDED

STATE                  56%                 37%                 1%              6%    

REGION                    STRICKLAND   BLACKWELL   OTHERS   UNDECIDED

Northeast Ohio            63%                   29%                 1%                7%    

Northwest Ohio            54%                  42%                  -                   4%    

Central Ohio                56%                   39%                 1%               4%    

Southeast Ohio            63%                  32%                  -                   5%    

Southwest Ohio           43%                   48%                  2%               7%    

SEX    STRICKLAND   BLACKWELL   OTHERS   UNDECIDED

Men          51%                   40%                  1%              8%    

Women   61%                   34%                  1%              4%    

RACE             STRICKLAND   BLACKWELL   OTHERS   UNDECIDED

Whites                 53%                 40%                  1%             6%    

Blacks                 82%                 11%                    -                7%  

PARTY ID      STRICKLAND   BLACKWELL   OTHERS   UNDECIDED

Democrat            93%                  3%                   -                  4%    

Republican          21%                 73%                  -                 6%    

Independent        58%                 27%                 4%             11%    

If the 2006 election for Attorney General were held today, would you vote for:

- Marc Dann, Democrat                            

- Betty Montgomery, Republican

                      STATE   MEN   WOMEN   DEMS   REPS   INDS

MONTGOMERY      44%        46%     42%         14%      78%     31%

DANN                      44%        42%     46%          79%      9%      48%

UNDECIDED           12%        12%     12%           7%      13%     21%

If the 2006 election for Secretary of State were held today, would you vote for:

- Jennifer Brunner, Democrat                            

- Greg Hartmann, Republican                            

- Tim Kettler                                                                        

- John Eastman                                                                 

          STATE   MEN   WOMEN   DEMS   REPS   INDS

BRUNNER       41%     38%      44%         77%       7%      43%

HARTMANN    32%      36%     28%          2%       64%     24%

EASTMAN        1%       1%        1%           1%         -          2%

KETTLER         1%       1%        1%           1%         -          1%

UNDECIDED    25%     24%      26%         19%      29%     30%

If the 2006 election for State Treasurer were held today, would you vote for:

- Richard Cordray, Democrat                             

- Sandra O’Brien, Republican                            

          STATE   MEN   WOMEN   DEMS   REPS   INDS

CORDRAY      47%      45%    49%         80%      17%      49%

O’BRIEN         35%      37%    33%          6%        64%     29%

UNDECIDED  18%      18%    18%         14%       19%     22%

If the 2006 election for State Auditor were held today, would you vote for:

- Barbara Sykes, Democrat                                

- Mary Taylor, Republican                                   

          STATE   MEN   WOMEN   DEMS   REPS   INDS

SYKES           40%       38%     42%         79%      5%       41%

TAYLOR         37%      43%      31%         7%       67%      30%

UNDECIDED  23%      19%      27%        14%      28%      29%

Issue 2 is a Constitutional Amendment to increase the minimum wage in Ohio to $6.85 per hour.

If you were voting today, would you vote:

- "YES", to approve this amendment, OR

- "NO", to defeat this amendment?

STATE   MEN   WOMEN   DEMS   REPS   INDS

“YES”              71%      68%      74%        88%       55%    71%

“NO”                24%      29%      19%         8%        40%    23%

UNDECIDED   5%         3%       7%           4%        5%      6%

Issue 3 is a Constitutional Amendment to permit up to 31,500 slot machines at seven horse racing tracks and at two Cleveland non-track locations.  It would permit expanded gambling in the four Cuyahoga County locations if approved by the county’s voters.  It distributes the revenues so that 55% would go to slot and casino owners, 30% would go to college scholarship and grants and the balance would be divided for local governments, race track purse money and gambling addition services.

If you were voting today, would you vote:

- "YES", to approve this amendment, OR

- "NO", to defeat this amendment?

                        “YES”       “NO”       UNDECIDED

STATE            34%         57%           9%    

REGION               “YES”       “NO”       UNDECIDED

Northeast Ohio       41%         51%           8%    

Northwest Ohio      26%         65%           9%    

Central Ohio           31%         64%           5%    

Southeast Ohio      35%         54%          11%    

Southwest Ohio      29%         59%          12%    

SEX                “YES”       “NO”       UNDECIDED

Men                 37%         58%           5%   

Women          31%         56%          13%    

RACE             “YES”       “NO”       UNDECIDED

Whites            32%         59%           9%    

Blacks             56%         32%          12% 

PARTY ID      “YES”       “NO”       UNDECIDED

Democrat        45%         45%          10%    

Republican     24%         71%           5%    

Independent   36%         52%          12%    

Issue 4 is a Constitutional Amendment that would prohibit smoking in enclosed areas except for tobacco stores, private residences or nonpublic facilities, separate smoking areas in restaurants, most bars, bingo and bowling facilities, separated areas of hotels and nursing homes, and race tracks.  The amendment would invalidate retroactively any ordinance or local law in effect and would prohibit the future adoption of any ordinance or local law prohibiting smoking exempted by the amendment.

   

If you were voting today, would you vote:

- "YES", to approve this amendment, OR

- "NO", to defeat this amendment?

          STATE   MEN   WOMEN   DEMS   REPS   INDS

“YES”              32%      32%     32%         32%      29%     35%

“NO”                59%      61%     57%         64%      59%     53%

UNDECIDED    9%       7%      11%          4%       12%     12%

Issue 5 is a voter-initiated statute to prohibit smoking in public places and places of employment. It would only exempt private residences, designated smoking areas in hotels, motels and nursing homes, retail tobacco stores, outdoor patios, private clubs and family-owned and operated places of business.

If you were voting today, would you vote:

- "YES", to approve this statute, OR

- "NO", to defeat this statute?

          STATE   MEN   WOMEN   DEMS   REPS   INDS

“YES”             53%       51%    55%          61%      47%      52%

“NO”               38%       43%    33%          36%      38%      39%

UNDECIDED   9%        6%    12%            3%       15%       9%

DEMOGRAPHICS:

PARTY ID:

Democrat       224 (36%)

Republican     248 (40%)

Independent   153 (24%)

AGE:                                     

18-34    82 (13%)

35-49     176 (28%)

50-64     187 (30%)

65+        177 (28%)

Refused  3  (1%)

                       

RACE/ETHNICITY:

White/Caucasian      556 (89%)

Black/African American  59  (9%)

Hispanic or Latino     4  (1%)

Asian or Other  4  (1%)

Refused    2 

SEX:

Male    308 (49%)            

Female  317 (51%)

REGION:                              

Northeast Ohio         235 (38%)

Northwest Ohio        80 (13%)

Central Ohio             95 (15%)

Southeastern Ohio   65 (10%)

Southwestern Ohio   150 (24%)

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