June 30, 2005Quarterly Survey – June
2005 The
following
results
are based on 600 completed telephone
interviews among a statewide random sample of adults in New
Hampshire. Of the 600 interviews, 534 interviews were among
registered voters (162 Republicans, 138 Democrats, and 234
undeclared voters). The interviews were conducted June 27 through 29, 2005. The
theoretical margin of error for
the total sample of 600 is
plus or minus 4 percentage points,
95% of the time, on questions
where opinion is evenly split. The theoretical margin of error
for the sample of 534 registered voters is plus or minus 4.2 percentage points,
95% of the time, on questions where opinion is evenly split.
Question wording and responses:
Do you favor or oppose a law
that would impose speed limits for boats on large lakes in New Hampshire?
Boat Speed Limits

Favor

Oppose

Undecided


All adults

64%

22%

14%


Voters 
66% 
22% 
12% 

Republicans

68%

29%

3%

Democrats

83%

8%

9%

Undeclared

54%

26%

20%

