Importance - Oppose President Obama's Policies (September 2010)

Importance - Oppose President Obama's Policies (September 2010)

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0 - Extremely unimportant24%
14%
24%
32%
42%
58%
64%
73%
85%
96%
10 - Extremely important38%

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categoryDemocratIndependentRepublican
0 - Extremely unimportant53%25%1%
17%9%0%
29%3%1%
35%2%1%
42%2%1%
59%14%5%
64%7%2%
72%3%4%
83%8%6%
93%8%9%
10 - Extremely important3%20%70%

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categoryLean RepublicanNot very strong RepublicanStrong Republican
0 - Extremely unimportant1%2%0%
10%0%0%
20%3%0%
32%4%0%
44%0%0%
52%11%4%
63%5%1%
75%8%2%
86%14%4%
912%7%8%
10 - Extremely important66%46%80%

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categoryLean DemocratNot very strong DemocratStrong Democrat
0 - Extremely unimportant60%29%63%
14%14%5%
210%10%9%
35%4%5%
40%2%2%
510%16%6%
60%11%1%
73%3%1%
83%5%2%
93%4%3%
10 - Extremely important2%3%4%

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categoryLiberalsModeratesConservatives
0 - Extremely unimportant68%28%5%
14%12%0%
210%6%1%
33%5%1%
41%3%1%
57%14%5%
61%7%3%
71%4%4%
82%5%7%
90%3%10%
10 - Extremely important1%14%62%

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categoryLeaning conservativeSomewhat conservativeExtremely conservative
0 - Extremely unimportant10%3%3%
11%0%0%
24%0%0%
36%0%0%
44%1%0%
512%3%4%
64%2%4%
79%2%1%
811%7%3%
910%13%8%
10 - Extremely important29%69%77%

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categoryLeaning liberalSomewhat liberalExtremely liberal
0 - Extremely unimportant65%62%87%
18%2%3%
213%12%0%
33%4%0%
42%0%0%
53%9%10%
62%2%0%
72%1%0%
80%6%0%
90%1%0%
10 - Extremely important2%1%0%

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categoryDemocratRepublicanTea Party
0 - Extremely unimportant58%1%0%
18%0%0%
29%1%0%
34%2%1%
42%2%0%
56%7%4%
63%3%1%
72%4%3%
81%5%8%
93%8%3%
10 - Extremely important3%68%79%

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categoryWhiteBlackHispanic
0 - Extremely unimportant18%52%23%
12%10%5%
23%2%8%
33%1%3%
41%0%1%
58%4%13%
63%12%3%
74%0%3%
85%5%7%
95%9%9%
10 - Extremely important50%4%24%

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categoryMaleFemale
0 - Extremely unimportant24%23%
11%6%
23%5%
32%3%
41%2%
58%8%
63%4%
73%3%
87%4%
99%4%
10 - Extremely important40%37%

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categoryUrbanSuburbanRural
0 - Extremely unimportant30%23%17%
15%4%2%
24%5%2%
33%3%2%
43%1%1%
55%8%11%
63%3%6%
74%3%2%
83%5%9%
98%6%5%
10 - Extremely important32%39%44%

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categoryNo high schoolHigh school graduateSome college2-year4-yearPost-grad
0 - Extremely unimportant29%20%26%22%25%39%
10%5%3%0%4%3%
29%3%5%2%6%5%
30%3%2%3%2%0%
40%1%3%0%1%1%
58%10%8%4%5%3%
60%5%3%2%6%1%
78%2%4%3%3%3%
89%5%6%8%3%5%
95%8%4%10%6%9%
10 - Extremely important32%39%37%45%39%32%

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