9/29: Daily News/Marist Poll

September 29, 2010 by  
Filed under Featured, NY State, NY State Poll Archive, Politics

In the race for New York governor, do voters statewide think the candidates are fit to be governor?  Find out the answer in the latest Daily News/Marist Poll in New York State.  Click here to read the full Daily News article.

Andrew Cuomo and Carl Paladino

Andrew Cuomo and Carl Paladino

Tables for the Marist Poll Conducted for the Daily News:

Cuomo Fit to be Governor?

Paladino Fit to be Governor?

Read or Heard Comments Made by Paladino

Paladino on Albany

Paladino on Health Care Plan

Paladino on Recent Emails

Paladino on Criticism Saying He’s Blunt

Paladino on Public Assistance

Paladino Fit to be Governor (After Statements)

Marist Poll Methodology

Comments

5 Responses to “9/29: Daily News/Marist Poll”

  1. Caroline Westcott on September 29th, 2010 5:01 pm

    I do not trust Cuomo who has to have his hence men do his nasty campaign work at least with Paladino what you see is what you get and can be trusted to speak the truth. He has my vote.

  2. John Jones on September 29th, 2010 5:15 pm

    What a load of crap any Marist poll is. It is basically just a shill for whatever liberal cause it wants.,

  3. Fred on September 30th, 2010 5:10 pm

    Should this be considered a ‘push poll’ and therefore reduce you organizations creditbility?

    Perhaps you should run a poll asking if the people of New York consider Andrew Cuomo as career political who would lack the will to make real changes in this state.

  4. Lee Miringoff on September 30th, 2010 8:08 pm

    By way of clarification, a push poll is not a poll at all but rather, as detailed by the American Association of Public Opinion Research, a political telemarketing technique where telephone calls are used to canvass the electorate, providing them with inaccurate information in the guise of a poll. The purpose is to see how the “information” impacts voters’ choices in an election. This survey by the Daily News and the Marist Poll was based upon a representative sample of the New York electorate to measure, not influence, public opinion. In this particular instance, actual statements of the candidate were used to see how voters reacted to the statements.

  5. Lee Miringoff on September 30th, 2010 8:08 pm

    The Marist College Institute for Public Opinion is an independent survey research center at Marist College. Founded in 1978, the Marist Poll has an excellent reputation for accuracy. The organization does not conduct any surveys for political candidates or political parties.

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