Survey Results – 2016

Results from the survey are tabulated from public opinion at a certain time and are unique to that time and place. 

1st Quarter Results

q1-1

A. Yes 31%

B. No 10%

C. Congress should not get involved 21%

D. Unsure 38%

q1-2

A. Yes 65%

B. No 15%

C. Undecided 20%

q1-3

A. Very Satisfied  18%

B. Satisfied 35%

C. Dissatisfied 26%

D. Very dissatisfied 21%

q1-4

A. Cut discretionary spending  64%

B. Reduce Farm subsidies 15%

C. Reduce Defense Spending 12%

D. Enact the recommendations of the Bowles-Simpson Plan 9%

q1-5

A. Yes  39%

B. No 27%

C. Earlier than 2025 6%

D. Let the market determine energy consumption 28%

q1-6

A. Let the states and communities decide what action is best 31%

B. Ban high capacity magazines 8%

C. Increase mental health care and treatment of mental illness 40%

D. Do nothing 21%

q1-7

A. Yes 81%

B. No 4%

C. Unsure 15%

q1-8

A. Yes 9%

B. No 68%

C. Undecided 23%

q1-9

A. Yes  7%

B. No 62%

C. Undecided 31%

q1-10

A. Yes  65%

B. No  45%

C. Undecided  31%

2nd Quarter Results

q2-1

A. Yes 38%

B. No 11%

C. Congress should not get involved 16%

D. Unsure 35%

q2-2

A. Yes 57%

B. No 11%

C. Undecided 32%

q2-3

A. Very Satisfied  12%

B. Satisfied 30%

C. Dissatisfied 37%

D. Very dissatisfied 21%

q2-4

A. Cut discretionary spending  70%

B. Reduce Farm subsidies 12%

C. Reduce Defense Spending 10%

D. Enact the recommendations of the Bowles-Simpson Plan 8%

q2-5

A. Yes 32%

B. No 12%

C. Earlier than 2025 8%

D. Let the market determine energy consumption 48%

q2-6

A. Let the states and communities decide what action is best 35%

B. Ban high capacity magazines 12%

C. Increase mental health care and treatment of mental illness 10%

D. Do nothing 43%

q2-7

A. Yes 83%

B. No 4%

C. Unsure 13%

3rd Quarter Results

q3-1

A. Yes 40%

B. No 8%

C. Congress should not get involved 15%

D. Unsure 37%

q3-2

A. Yes 68%

B. No 4%

C. Undecided 28%

q3-3

A. Very Satisfied 10%

B. Satisfied 18%

C. Dissatisfied 42%

D. Very dissatisfied 30%

q3-4

A. Cut discretionary spending  74%

B. Reduce Farm subsidies 11%

C. Reduce Defense Spending 8%

D. Enact the recommendations of the Bowles-Simpson Plan 7%

q3-5

A. Yes 34%

B. No 10%

C. Earlier than 2025 7%

D. Let the market determine energy consumption 49%

q3-6

A. Let the states and communities decide what action is best 38%

B. Ban high capacity magazines 7%

C. Increase mental health care and treatment of mental illness 12%

D. Do nothing 43%

q3-7

A. Yes 80%

B. No 4%

C. Unsure 16%

4th Quarter Results

graph 1

A. Yes 45%

B. No 6%

C. Congress should not get involved 12%

D. Unsure 37%

 

 

graph 2

A. Yes 70%

B. No 6%

C. Undecided 24%

 

graph 3

A. Very Satisfied 12%

B. Satisfied 10%

C. Dissatisfied 22%

D. Very dissatisfied 56%

 

graph 4

A. Cut discretionary spending  75%

B. Reduce Farm subsidies 12%

C. Reduce Defense Spending 7%

D. Enact the recommendations of the Bowles-Simpson Plan 6%

 

graph 5

A. Yes 38%

B. No 8%

C. Earlier than 2025 7%

D. Let the market determine energy consumption 47%

 

graph 6

A. Let the states and communities decide what action is best 42%

B. Ban high capacity magazines 5%

C. Increase mental health care and treatment of mental illness 8%

D. Do nothing 45%

 

graph 7

A. Yes 82%

B. No 4%

C. Unsure 14%