Description of Rick Perry - Partisan (October 2010)

Description of Rick Perry - Partisan (October 2010)

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categorycolumn-1
0-Not at all well5%
11%
26%
35%
44%
516%
69%
79%
812%
98%
10-Extremely well27%

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categoryDemocratIndependentRepublican
0-Not at all well10%3%2%
11%0%1%
210%2%4%
34%0%4%
45%3%3%
57%14%21%
66%3%11%
72%6%13%
82%12%18%
910%9%7%
10-Extremely well42%48%16%

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categoryLean RepublicanNot very strong RepublicanStrong Republican
0-Not at all well0%0%4%
10%3%1%
22%3%5%
33%7%3%
40%6%3%
515%27%22%
622%6%8%
719%15%10%
829%12%16%
94%8%8%
10-Extremely well7%14%21%

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categoryLean DemocratNot very strong DemocratStrong Democrat
0-Not at all well15%2%14%
10%3%0%
221%19%1%
310%3%4%
43%2%8%
50%18%3%
62%15%2%
70%4%1%
80%0%4%
912%18%4%
10-Extremely well37%16%58%

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categoryLiberalsModeratesConservatives
0-Not at all well14%7%2%
10%2%1%
27%10%5%
32%11%4%
43%6%3%
54%14%20%
64%3%12%
73%5%11%
81%5%17%
911%7%6%
10-Extremely well50%31%20%

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categoryLeaning conservativeSomewhat conservativeExtremely conservative
0-Not at all well3%1%4%
12%0%1%
26%6%2%
34%5%3%
44%0%6%
528%17%17%
69%16%9%
711%13%10%
812%22%15%
92%7%7%
10-Extremely well19%13%27%

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categoryLeaning liberalSomewhat liberalExtremely liberal
0-Not at all well10%15%23%
10%0%2%
212%3%0%
32%5%0%
40%10%0%
55%4%0%
62%6%5%
76%0%0%
80%5%0%
916%7%0%
10-Extremely well47%45%70%

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categoryDemocratRepublicanTea Party
0-Not at all well12%4%3%
10%3%1%
27%7%3%
34%4%7%
46%2%5%
56%20%19%
62%8%14%
73%9%9%
82%13%22%
912%10%2%
10-Extremely well46%20%14%

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categoryWhiteBlackHispanic
0-Not at all well5%12%4%
11%1%0%
23%25%6%
34%2%7%
42%4%8%
516%12%18%
68%7%10%
711%3%4%
815%0%8%
97%9%11%
10-Extremely well27%27%25%

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categoryMaleFemale
0-Not at all well5%5%
12%0%
26%6%
36%4%
42%6%
517%15%
69%8%
78%10%
813%11%
97%8%
10-Extremely well26%28%

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categoryUrbanSuburbanRural
0-Not at all well6%5%4%
13%0%0%
27%7%3%
32%4%10%
44%3%5%
519%14%15%
612%8%6%
75%11%7%
86%12%19%
912%8%0%
10-Extremely well23%28%30%

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categoryNo high schoolHigh school graduateSome college2-year4-yearPost-grad
0-Not at all well0%4%6%12%5%6%
10%1%1%0%0%0%
28%10%4%10%1%8%
310%8%2%13%1%5%
441%3%3%0%3%4%
514%16%16%23%14%12%
60%8%10%0%11%5%
70%6%12%0%11%4%
88%11%9%20%16%14%
90%7%8%5%9%11%
10-Extremely well18%27%28%16%30%33%

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