Winter Springs, Fla. – With more than half of the US States having already participating in their Presidential Primary or Caucuses, the final stretch run for potential GOP nominees Donald Trump, John Kasich and Ted Cruz to collect valuable delegates has begun. After winning New York with a 60 percent voter support, Donald Trump is counting on his East Coast momentum to continue into the State of Delaware. Gravis Marketing, one of the leading non-partisan political consulting firms based in Winter Springs, Fla. conducted a random survey of 1,038 likely Republican Primary voters and 1,026 likely Democratic Primary voters that are likely to participate in the State’s upcoming primary vote.
The poll that utilized political robocalls (IVR Technology) was completed from April 17th through the 18th. The total may not round to 100% because of rounding. The poll has a margin of error of ± 3.0% for Republicans and ± 3.1% for Democrats, all at the 95% confidence level, with the results weighted by relevant voting demographics.
The 1,038 likely Republican primary voters that were listed in a State of Delaware registered voter database were the first to be sampled in regards to their thoughts on the upcoming primary. When voters were asked, Assuming you had to vote now, which 2016 GOP candidate would you vote for,” New York business man Donald Trump received 55 percent support, while John Kasich received 18 percent followed by Ted Cruz who collected 15 percent support. As of April 18th, 12 percent of likely Republican primary voters remain ‘unsure’ as to whom they will choose.
The poll then shifted to asking Democrats about their choice as to who will become the 2016 Democrat Presidential nominee; Hillary Clinton or Bernie Sanders. When asked if they had to vote today, which candidate they will choose, Clinton received the lion’s share of support, capturing 45 percent of the likely vote. Bernie Sanders received 38 percent with 17 percent of the 1,026 Democrats stating they were currently ‘unsure’ as to which of the two candidates would receive their vote.
The focus of the poll completed by political campaign website designer Gravis Marketing focused on the upcoming primary for a US congressional seat. The democrat voters were asked, “If the Delaware Democratic Primary for the US House was held today and the candidates were Sean Barney, Lisa Rochester, and Bryan Townsend, who would you vote for?” Bryan Townsend received 19 percent support, followed by Sean Barney with 12 percent and Lisa Rochester with eight percent. The majority of the Democrats polled, 61 percent stated they were currently ‘unsure’ of their choice.
The Gravis Marketing poll concluded by asking participants of their political ideology and other demographic questions that typically can impact voting habits. The results of each question are posted below for your review.
Assuming you had to vote today, which 2016 Democrat Candidate would you vote for?
If the Delaware Democratic Primary for the US House was held today and the candidates were Sean Barney, Lisa Rochester, and Bryan Townsend, who would you vote for?
The following questions are for demographic purposes:
How likely are you to vote in the Delaware Presidential Primaries?
What is your political ideology?
What race do you identify yourself as?
Which of the following best represents your religious affiliation?
What is the highest level of education have you completed?
How old are you?
What is your gender?