Primary Election Candidate Certainty (February 2016)

Primary Election Candidate Certainty (February 2016)

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Extremely certain57%
Somewhat certain36%
Not very certain6%
Not at all certain1%

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Extremely certain65%
Somewhat certain30%
Not very certain5%
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Extremely certain64%
Somewhat certain34%
Not very certain2%
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Extremely certain39%
Somewhat certain51%
Not very certain10%
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Extremely certain26%
Somewhat certain49%
Not very certain15%
Not at all certain11%

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Extremely certain28%
Somewhat certain63%
Not very certain10%
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Extremely certain61%
Somewhat certain35%
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Extremely certain58%
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