Potomacís Latest Poll on Maryland Issues and Politics
Potomac Incorporated just completed a statewide telephone survey among registered voters in Maryland. It was conducted for The Baltimore Sun to gauge opinions on issues and politics important in Maryland, just prior to 2002 General Assembly session.
Topics on the survey included:
- Post-September 11 personal impacts;
- Ratings of Marylandís top politicians;
- The 2002 contest for Governor;
- The state of the economy and other important quality of life factors;
- The most critical statewide issues to be addressed by the state legislature;
Many of these Maryland issues have been surveyed in prior surveys for The Baltimore Sun, and other media outlets. Key attitudes uncovered in the 2002 Maryland Poll are measured against these other baseline surveys.
The survey was completed by telephone January 2 to 4, 2002, among a random sampling of Maryland registered voters. This sample produces a margin of error of +/-3.5% at a 95% confidence level.
To read more about the Maryland Poll, check out the news coverage in The Baltimore Sun.
To see the complete survey questionnaire, click on the link below.