2014 GOP Lieutenant Governor Primary Vote Choice (October 2011)

2014 GOP Lieutenant Governor Primary Vote Choice (October 2011)

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categorycolumn-1
Susan Combs14%
Todd Staples2%
Jerry Patterson5%
Dan Branch1%
Dan Patrick9%
Another Republican candidate5%
Don't know64%

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categoryDemocratIndependentRepublican
Susan Combs26%7%14%
Todd Staples0%0%2%
Jerry Patterson0%15%5%
Dan Branch0%0%1%
Dan Patrick6%12%9%
Another Republican candidate6%8%4%
Don't know61%59%65%

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categoryLean RepublicanNot very strong RepublicanStrong Republican
Susan Combs12%17%14%
Todd Staples2%7%1%
Jerry Patterson6%4%4%
Dan Branch1%1%0%
Dan Patrick9%3%10%
Another Republican candidate0%2%7%
Don't know70%66%63%

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categoryLiberalsModeratesConservatives
Susan Combs20%14%14%
Todd Staples0%6%2%
Jerry Patterson6%2%6%
Dan Branch0%0%1%
Dan Patrick6%7%9%
Another Republican candidate17%0%4%
Don't know52%71%64%

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categoryLeaning conservativeSomewhat conservativeExtremely conservative
Susan Combs15%13%13%
Todd Staples0%2%2%
Jerry Patterson3%5%8%
Dan Branch2%1%0%
Dan Patrick8%7%13%
Another Republican candidate4%5%3%
Don't know68%65%60%

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categoryDemocratRepublicanTea Party
Susan Combs30%13%14%
Todd Staples0%3%0%
Jerry Patterson0%6%17%
Dan Branch0%1%0%
Dan Patrick9%9%7%
Another Republican candidate9%5%4%
Don't know53%64%59%

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categoryWhiteBlackHispanic
Susan Combs13%15%19%
Todd Staples2%0%2%
Jerry Patterson5%0%6%
Dan Branch1%0%0%
Dan Patrick9%0%9%
Another Republican candidate4%0%5%
Don't know65%85%58%

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categoryMaleFemale
Susan Combs17%11%
Todd Staples2%3%
Jerry Patterson5%5%
Dan Branch1%1%
Dan Patrick13%4%
Another Republican candidate3%7%
Don't know60%69%

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categoryUrbanSuburbanRural
Susan Combs16%13%14%
Todd Staples1%1%5%
Jerry Patterson4%4%8%
Dan Branch2%0%1%
Dan Patrick10%7%10%
Another Republican candidate3%6%4%
Don't know63%69%58%

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categoryHouston areaDallas-Fort Worth areaSan Antonio areaAustin areaAnother part of Texas
Susan Combs7%14%24%19%13%
Todd Staples0%2%0%0%4%
Jerry Patterson4%4%0%12%7%
Dan Branch2%0%0%0%1%
Dan Patrick29%5%0%3%7%
Another Republican candidate6%6%2%4%4%
Don't know53%68%75%62%64%

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categoryNo high schoolHigh school graduateSome college2-year4-yearPost-grad
Susan Combs0%11%18%17%14%10%
Todd Staples0%1%1%5%5%6%
Jerry Patterson0%4%4%9%7%7%
Dan Branch0%1%1%0%1%3%
Dan Patrick25%6%12%9%7%4%
Another Republican candidate0%6%5%1%3%4%
Don't know75%71%58%57%62%66%

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