Importance - Nominee Most Likely to Win in General Election (February 2010)

Importance - Nominee Most Likely to Win in General Election (February 2010)

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Extremely unimportant 06%
11%
22%
32%
41%
In between 513%
66%
710%
813%
911%
Extremely important 1035%
Don't know1%

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categoryDemocratIndependentRepublican
Extremely unimportant 029%34%2%
19%3%0%
222%9%1%
30%0%2%
40%0%1%
In between 522%18%12%
69%5%6%
70%0%11%
80%0%14%
90%0%13%
Extremely important 107%30%37%
Don't know0%0%1%

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categoryLean RepublicanNot very strong RepublicanStrong Republican
Extremely unimportant 04%4%2%
10%1%0%
21%1%0%
39%1%1%
40%1%1%
In between 517%16%9%
61%9%5%
721%16%6%
812%13%15%
97%13%14%
Extremely important 1025%22%46%
Don't know3%2%1%

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categoryLiberalsModeratesConservatives
Extremely unimportant 040%11%3%
19%2%0%
220%10%1%
30%5%2%
40%0%1%
In between 50%26%12%
69%2%6%
70%4%11%
812%7%14%
90%7%12%
Extremely important 1010%26%37%
Don't know0%0%1%

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categoryLeaning conservativeSomewhat conservativeExtremely conservative
Extremely unimportant 08%1%3%
10%1%1%
21%0%1%
33%2%0%
41%0%2%
In between 523%10%5%
65%8%4%
714%12%5%
813%16%9%
912%13%12%
Extremely important 1018%36%57%
Don't know3%1%1%

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categoryDemocratRepublicanTea Party
Extremely unimportant 040%1%7%
111%0%1%
213%1%2%
30%1%1%
40%1%0%
In between 519%11%18%
611%6%5%
76%5%14%
80%18%6%
90%12%8%
Extremely important 100%43%38%
Don't know0%2%0%

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categoryWhiteBlackHispanic
Extremely unimportant 05%0%3%
11%0%0%
20%0%11%
32%0%2%
41%0%0%
In between 513%30%17%
66%15%4%
79%20%12%
813%26%9%
911%0%13%
Extremely important 1037%10%25%
Don't know1%0%4%

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categoryMaleFemale
Extremely unimportant 04%7%
11%1%
23%2%
33%1%
41%0%
In between 514%12%
66%5%
711%9%
813%13%
911%12%
Extremely important 1032%37%
Don't know1%1%

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categoryUrbanSuburbanRural
Extremely unimportant 08%5%4%
10%1%1%
26%1%0%
33%2%0%
40%1%0%
In between 513%13%12%
61%8%6%
714%9%8%
816%12%12%
914%11%11%
Extremely important 1026%34%43%
Don't know0%2%2%

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categoryNo high schoolHigh school graduateSome college2-year4-yearPost-grad
Extremely unimportant 021%2%5%7%7%14%
10%0%1%0%2%0%
20%2%3%0%2%4%
30%1%2%0%2%6%
40%1%1%0%0%0%
In between 50%16%13%12%7%21%
60%1%10%7%7%10%
723%7%12%20%9%9%
824%15%9%3%17%8%
90%9%12%17%10%17%
Extremely important 1032%44%31%31%35%11%
Don't know0%1%2%2%2%0%

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