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December 1976
 
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The New Hampshire Poll

The New Hampshire Poll is an independent poll that has surveyed New Hampshire residents on social, political, and economic issues on a regular basis since 1976. Quarterly surveys are conducted in March, June, September, and December.

 

March 17, 2014 - Hassan and Obama Job Approval

 

Hassan Job Approval Ratings
3/16/2014 Approve Disapprove Undecided
Overall 37% 25% 38%
Economy 35% 31% 34%

 

Obama Job Approval Ratings in NH
3/16/2014 Approve Disapprove Undecided
Overall 31% 56% 13%
Economy 34% 56% 10%

Results from the March 2014 Quarterly New Hampshire Poll are now available. NH residents rate NH business conditions, their personal finances, Maggie Hassan, and Barack Obama. Also included are results for a 2014 US Senate ballot between Jeanne Shaheen and Scott Brown and a 2014 NH Gubernatorial ballot between Maggie Hassan and Andrew Hemingway.

 


 

The first New Hampshire Poll was completed over 37 years ago and while the political players in the state have changed, the major issues have not. In December 1976, concern over high property taxes was the most important problem facing the state and voters were opposed to a state sales tax and a state income tax. Voters were also opposed to state-run gambling. For a look back at some of the numbers and players, go to December 1976.

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