Q: (AMONG NON-REPUBLICANS) Thinking ahead to the general election for governor in November, how seriously would you consider voting for a Republican candidate? Very seriously, somewhat seriously, not too seriously, or not seriously at all?
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- Part 1: Marylanders support minimum wage increase, prefer statewide standard
- Part 2: Nearly half support legalizing marijuana in Maryland
- Part 3: Gov. O'Malley approval ratings
- Part 4: Brown leads Gansler, Mizeur in Md. Democratic governor's race
- Part 5: Marylanders loyal to health law despite website's problems
This Washington Post poll was conducted by telephone February 13-16, 2014, among a random sample of 1,002 adult residents of Maryland. Interviews were conducted on both conventional and cellular phones. The results from the full survey have a margin of sampling error of plus or minus 3.5 percentage points. The error margin is five points among the sample of 538 Democrats and Democratic-leaning independents, and 6.5 points among the sample of 326 Republicans and GOP-leaning independents. Sampling, data collection and tabulation by Abt SRBI, Inc of New York, NY.