Do you consider a Mormon to be a Christian, or not?
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Row % Row %
Florida Likely Voters 58% 42%
Tea Party Supporters 58% 42%
Intensity of Tea Party Support Strongly support Tea Party 63% 37%
Support Tea Party 56% 44%
Does not support Tea Party 58% 42%
Political Ideology Liberal-Moderate 65% 35%
Conservative 56% 44%
Very conservative 51% 49%
Past Participation** Yes 58% 42%
Top Tier Republican Candidates Mitt Romney 67% 33%
Herman Cain 61% 39%
Candidate Support Strongly support 67% 33%
Somewhat support 58% 42%
Might vote differently 54% 46%
Republican Candidate Field Satisfied 62% 38%
Not satisfied 55% 45%
Republican Debates Viewers 68% 32%
Non-Viewers 48% 52%
Uses Social Media for Campaign Information 65% 35%
Gender Men 60% 40%
Women 56% 44%
Age Under 45 52% 48%
45 or older 59% 41%
Region North/Panhandle 51% 49%
Orlando/Central Atlantic Coast 56% 44%
Tampa Bay Area 64% 36%
South Central 59% 41%
Miami/South 59% 41%
Household Income Less than $75,000 56% 44%
$75,000 or more 59% 41%
Evangelical Christians 32% 68%
Tea Party-Conservative-Evangelical 26% 74%
Education Not college graduate 53% 47%
College graduate 62% 38%
Interview Type Landline 58% 42%
Cell Phone 55% 45%
NBC News/Marist Poll Florida Likely Republican Primary Voters. Interviews conducted October 10th through 12th, 2011, N=524 MOE +/- 4.3%. Totals may not add to 100% due to rounding.
**Past participation refers to previous participation in a Florida Republican Presidential Primary.