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CBS News/New York Times Poll, December 4-8, 2015, Toplines

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New CBS News/New York Times national GOP poll shows Trump leading, with Cruz surpassing Carson; Hillary Clinton maintains lead over Bernie Sanders
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  • CBS NEWS/NEW YORK TIMES POLL December 4-8, 2015 Q1-Q8 HELD FOR FUTURE RELEASE Q9. How much attention have you been able to pay to the 2016 Presidential campaign -- a lot, some, not much, or no attention so far? ** REGISTERED VOTERS ** Rep Prim Dem Prim Total Rep Dem Ind Voters Voters Nov15a % % % % % % % A lot 45 53 43 40 55 46 44 Some 36 35 34 38 35 34 34 Not much 13 8 16 14 6 15 16 No attention so far 6 2 7 8 2 6 6 Don't know/No answer 1 1 - * 1 -- * Q10. Thinking about the 2016 presidential election, overall, would you say you are very enthusiastic, somewhat enthusiastic, not too enthusiastic, or not enthusiastic at all about voting? Very enthusiastic 32 40 33 25 40 33 Somewhat enthusiastic 35 41 31 33 39 37 Not too enthusiastic 22 13 23 26 15 22 Not at all enthusiastic 11 5 12 14 5 8 Don't know/No answer 1 1 1 2 1 1 Q12. Which one of these candidates would you like to see the Republican Party nominate for President in 2016? * Republican Primary Voters * Oct15d % % Donald Trump 35 22 Ted Cruz 16 4 Ben Carson 13 26 Marco Rubio 9 8 Rand Paul 4 4 Jeb Bush 3 7 Mike Huckabee 3 4 John Kasich 3 4 Chris Christie 3 1 Carly Fiorina 1 7 Rick Santorum * 1 Lindsey Graham -- 2 George Pataki -- -- Jim Gilmore -- -- Someone Else (Vol.) * 2 None of them (Vol.) 2 3 Don't know/No answer 7 6 *Less than 0.5%
  • Q13. Is your mind made up or is it still too early to say for sure? * Republican Primary Voters with a Choice* Oct15d % % Mind made up 34 28 Too early 64 71 Don't know/No answer 2 1 Q14-Q41 HELD FOR FUTURE RELEASE Q42. Which one of these candidates would you like to see the Democratic Party nominate for President in 2016? * DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY VOTERS * Nov15a % % Hillary Clinton 52 52 Bernie Sanders 32 33 Martin O'Malley 2 5 Someone Else (Vol.) - 1 None of them (Vol.) 5 3 Don't know/No answer 9 6 Q43. Is your mind made up or is it still too early to say for sure? * DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY VOTERS WITH A CHOICE * % Mind made up 54 49 Too early 45 50 Don't know/No answer 1 1 Q44-Q70 HELD FOR FUTURE RELEASE Q71. If Donald Trump is elected as President, what best describes your feelings about what he will do in office -- excited, optimistic, but not excited, concerned, but not scared, or scared? ** REGISTERED VOTERS ** Total Rep Dem Ind % % % % Excited 11 25 2 8 Optimistic, not excited 24 41 8 23 Concerned, not scared 24 20 25 26 Scared 40 13 63 41 Don't know/No answer 2 1 2 2
  • Q72. If Hillary Clinton is elected as President, what best describes your feelings about what she will do in office -- excited, optimistic, but not excited, concerned, but not scared, or scared? ** REGISTERED VOTERS ** Total Rep Dem Ind % % % % Excited 9 2 22 4 Optimistic, not excited 33 8 54 35 Concerned, not scared 23 24 17 27 Scared 34 65 6 32 Don't know/No answer 1 1 1 1 Unweighted Weighted Total Respondents 1,275 Total registered voters 1,053 973 Total Republicans 342 304 Total Democrats 383 365 Total Independents 550 607 Total Republican Primary Voters 431 369 Total Democratic Primary Voters 384 354
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