Our reaction was, Wow, that’s pretty detailed info. Wonder where he/she got it?
Here is the poll numbers buddy, Hal 41% Suttle 23% Vokal 21%.
Well, our efforts to get that answer were unproductive.
In any case, of 2,369 respondents, it looked like this:
Now, what is interesting about this poll, for you readers, is that the Vokal camp sent us the ENTIRE survey, the results, everything. So, you can (and no doubt will) quibble with the polling methods and some of the data. For instance, the party breakdown of the respondents went something like this:
But, the point of the Vokal camp wasn’t to so much get a perfect poll as to make their case that the supposed Daub poll numbers are off. And according to Vokal, they’re WAY off.
Vokal for Mayor
January 22, 2009
Hello, my name is Marie with MP Research and we are conducting a very short, 4 question survey about the upcoming race for Mayor. This will only take a moment – let’s begin!
Q1. How likely are you to vote in the upcoming election for mayor? Are you very likely, somewhat likely, or not likely to vote?
For very likely, press 1.
For somewhat likely, press 2.
For not likely, press 3. [End call]
Q2. Do you consider yourself to be a Republican, Democrat, or Independent?
For Republican, press 1.
For Democrat, press 2.
For Independent, press 3.
Q3. And if the election was held today, and you had to make a choice for mayor, for whom would you vote? Jim Vokal, Hal Daub, or Jim Suttle?
For Jim Vokal, press 1.
For Hal Daub, press 2.
For Jim Suttle, press 3.
Q4. Which of the following issues is would you say is most important for the next mayor to address? Violent crime, taxes and spending, economic development, or police and fire pensions?
For violent crime, press 1.
For taxes and spending, press 2.
For economic development, press 3.
For police and fire pensions, press 4.
CLOSINGThank you for participating in our survey! Good night!
This call paid for by Vokal for Mayor.
(Note: To follow the results below, look at the questions above.)