Republican Presidential Primary Vote Choice (June 2014)

Republican Presidential Primary Vote Choice (June 2014)

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Ted Cruz33%
Rick Perry7%
Rand Paul9%
Paul Ryan6%
Jeb Bush7%
Bobby Jindal2%
Scott Walker4%
Marco Rubio6%
Chris Christie3%
Rick Santorum1%
Mike Huckabee8%
No opinion13%

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categoryLean RepublicanNot very strong RepublicanStrong Republican
Ted Cruz43%24%34%
Rick Perry5%8%9%
Rand Paul16%7%6%
Paul Ryan4%7%7%
Jeb Bush4%13%7%
Bobby Jindal2%0%3%
Scott Walker3%7%4%
Marco Rubio2%3%8%
Chris Christie0%5%3%
Rick Santorum0%3%1%
Mike Huckabee8%6%9%
No opinion12%16%11%

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categoryLeaning conservativeSomewhat conservativeExtremely conservative
Ted Cruz14%33%45%
Rick Perry5%8%7%
Rand Paul9%11%7%
Paul Ryan12%4%5%
Jeb Bush15%5%3%
Bobby Jindal3%1%2%
Scott Walker4%5%4%
Marco Rubio4%11%2%
Chris Christie2%5%0%
Rick Santorum1%0%2%
Mike Huckabee9%5%10%
No opinion21%11%10%

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categoryRepublicanTea Party
Ted Cruz17%50%
Rick Perry14%1%
Rand Paul4%15%
Paul Ryan9%5%
Jeb Bush13%1%
Bobby Jindal2%3%
Scott Walker2%6%
Marco Rubio9%4%
Chris Christie8%0%
Rick Santorum2%0%
Mike Huckabee8%8%
No opinion13%6%

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categoryWhiteBlackHispanic
Ted Cruz33%NaN%27%
Rick Perry7%NaN%9%
Rand Paul9%NaN%6%
Paul Ryan7%NaN%6%
Jeb Bush7%NaN%8%
Bobby Jindal1%NaN%7%
Scott Walker4%NaN%3%
Marco Rubio6%NaN%3%
Chris Christie2%NaN%11%
Rick Santorum1%NaN%5%
Mike Huckabee9%NaN%5%
No opinion13%NaN%11%

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categoryMaleFemale
Ted Cruz38%28%
Rick Perry5%10%
Rand Paul12%6%
Paul Ryan7%6%
Jeb Bush3%11%
Bobby Jindal3%2%
Scott Walker6%2%
Marco Rubio5%6%
Chris Christie4%2%
Rick Santorum1%2%
Mike Huckabee8%8%
No opinion9%17%

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categoryUrbanSuburbanRural
Ted Cruz32%34%31%
Rick Perry10%6%8%
Rand Paul5%10%9%
Paul Ryan11%7%3%
Jeb Bush6%7%7%
Bobby Jindal2%3%1%
Scott Walker5%4%4%
Marco Rubio6%4%9%
Chris Christie7%3%0%
Rick Santorum2%2%1%
Mike Huckabee3%8%14%
No opinion11%13%13%

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category18-2930-4445-6465+
Ted Cruz23%36%35%30%
Rick Perry15%7%6%6%
Rand Paul13%6%12%5%
Paul Ryan8%6%3%11%
Jeb Bush0%4%7%12%
Bobby Jindal2%2%3%1%
Scott Walker1%4%4%5%
Marco Rubio8%6%5%5%
Chris Christie1%6%4%0%
Rick Santorum0%2%0%3%
Mike Huckabee18%6%7%8%
No opinion12%13%13%13%

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