Louisville, CO – Magellan Strategies today released the results of an automated survey of 909 likely Arizona general election voters. The survey was commissioned by Arizona political consulting firm DC London, Inc. The survey was fielded on April 30th, May 1st, and May 2nd, and has a margin of error of 3.25% at the 95 percent confidence interval. The survey measures voter opinion among a wide array of issues and election contests, including the Presidential and US Senate match-ups.
The media has indicated recently that Arizona is in play for the 2012 Presidential election. In the 2008 election President Obama won 45% of the vote to John McCain’s 54%, a margin of 9%. This survey finds a similar spread among likely 2012 general election voters in Arizona, with 52% supporting Mitt Romney, 43% supporting Barack Obama and 5% responding undecided.
Download Survey Press Release, Topline and Crosstab Results Below