- Posted July 26, 2012 by
This iReport is part of an assignment:
Election 2012: Your stories
Swing State Update: What Southwestern PA has to say
We poll our VO!CE of the Region online community weekly on election topics. Most recently:
In your opinion, which of the following critical issues is MOST important in this election?
Budget deficit 9%
Same sex marriage 3%
National security 0%
Ousting the incumbent(s) 5%
Social security 1%
War in Afghanistan 3%
Do you trust President Obama or Republican candidate Mitt Romney to do a better job of handling the economy, regardless of your party affiliation?
President Obama 58%
Mitt Romney 28%
Trust both equally 2%
I don't trust either 10%
Three monthly jobs reports in a row have come in below analysts’ expectations. How much of an impact will these and future jobs reports have on the way you cast your vote at election time?
A lot of impact 25%
Some impact 13%
No impact 61%
In your opinion, although candidates running for president are not legally obligated to release their taxes, should Mitt Romney release more tax returns than the 2 years’ worth that he has already released?
I don't have an opinion on this 1%
How does Mitt Romney’s refusal to release more than 2 years’ worth of tax returns affect your opinion of him?
It does not affect my opinion of him 31%
I don't have an opinion of Mitt Romney 1%
Ann Romney recently stated that her husband is considering a female running mate. Of the
following, in your opinion, who would make the strongest running mate for Mitt Romney?
Kelly Ayotte, New Hampshire Senator 4%
Nikki Haley, South Carolina Governor 6%
Susanna Martinez, New Mexico Governor 14%
Condoleezza Rice, former Secretary of State 42%
I don't have an opinion on this 31%
About VO!CE of the Region: VO!CE of the Region™ is an online community of several thousand Southwestern Pennsylvania residents who voice their opinions on current events. The VO!CE of the Region community is sponsored by Campos Inc, a leading marketing research strategy firm based in Pittsburgh, PA. It is not affiliated with any political party, association or organization. Surveys within the VO!CE of the Region community are not statistically significant. Results reflect member opinions only.