Washington Post Poll

This Washington Post poll was conducted by telephone October 22 to 26, 2012, among a random sample of 1,504 adults in the Commonwealth of Virginia. Interviews were conducted on conventional and cellular telephones, and carried out in English and Spanish by Abt-SRBI of New York. The results from the full sample have a margin of sampling error of plus or minus 2.5 percentage points; it is three points for the samples of 1,309 registered voters and 3.5 points for the sample of 1,228 likely voters.

*= less than 0.5 percent

1. (AMONG REGISTERED VOTERS) How closely are you following the 2012 presidential race: very closely, somewhat closely, not so closely, or not closely at all?

              ---- Closely -----   ---- Not closely -----     No
              NET   Very   Smwt.   NET   Not too   At all   opinion
10/26/12 LV   95     65     30      5        3        1        *
10/26/12 RV   92     61     31      8        4        3        *
9/16/12  LV   92     55     37      8        6        3        0   
9/16/12  RV   89     50     39     11        7        4        *
10/25/08 RV   92     62     30      7        5        2        1           
9/21/08  RV   93     58     35      7        6        1        *  

2. (AMONG REGISTERED VOTERS) I'd like you to rate the chances that you will vote in the presidential election in November: Are you absolutely certain to vote, will you probably vote, are the chances 50-50, or less than that?

                                                     Don't think  Already 
              Certain  Probably  Chances  Less than   will vote    voted   No
              to vote    vote     50/50     that       (vol.)     (vol.)   op.
10/26/12 RV     88        4         2         1            1         3      *
9/16/12  RV     89        4         4         3            0        NA      *
10/25/08 RV     88        4         2         1            1         5      0
9/21/08  RV     88        6         5         2            *        NA      *

3. (IF CERTAIN TO VOTE) Do you think you’ll (vote in person at your polling place on Election Day), or (vote before Election Day by early voting or mail-in ballot)?

                Vote      Early voting/      Already
              in person   mail-in ballot   voted (vol.)   No opinion
10/26/12 RV      54            41              4             1   

4. (AMONG LIKELY VOTERS) If the presidential election were being held today and the candidates were (Barack Obama and Joe Biden, the Democrats) and (Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan, the Republicans), for whom would you vote? Would you lean toward (Obama) or toward (Romney)? (ASKED IF ALREADY VOTED) For whom did you vote?

NET LEANED VOTE PREFERENCE – likely voters

                              Other    Neither    Would not     No
             Obama   Romney   (vol.)    (vol.)   vote (vol.)   opin.
10/26/12 LV    51     47        1         1           0          1
9/16/12  LV    52     44        1         2           0          1    

5. (IF SUPPORT OBAMA OR ROMNEY) Will you definitely vote for (OBAMA/ROMNEY), or is there a chance you could change your mind and vote for (CANDIDATE NOT NAMED)? (IF CHANCE CHANGE MIND) Would you say (there’s a good chance) you'll change your mind, or would you say (it’s pretty unlikely)?

             Definitely   -Chance change mind -     No
              vote for    NET   Good   Unlikely   opinion
10/26/12 LV      93        6      2        4         1
9/16/12  LV      88       11      3        8         *
9/16/12  RV      85       14      5        9         1
10/25/08 RV      90        9      3        5         2
9/21/08  RV      81       18      5       12         2  

Barack Obama:

             Definitely   -Chance change mind -     No 
              vote for    NET   Good   Unlikely   opinion
10/26/12 LV      94        5      1        4         1
9/16/12  LV      88       11      3        8         *
9/16/12  LV      90       10      3        7         *
10/25/08 RV      91        7      3        4         2
9/21/08  RV      82       17      5       12         1  

Mitt Romney:

             Definitely   -Chance change mind -     No 
              vote for    NET   Good   Unlikely   opinion
10/26/12 LV      92        8      3        5         *
9/16/12  LV      86       13      2       11         1 
9/16/12  RV      82       17      6       12         1

Compare to: John McCain

             Definitely   -Chance change mind -     No 
              vote for    NET   Good   Unlikely   opinion
10/25/08 RV      89       10      4        6         2
9/21/08  RV      80       18      5       13         2  

6. (IF SUPPORT OBAMA OR ROMENY) Would you say you are very enthusiastic about supporting (Obama/Romney) somewhat enthusiastic, not so enthusiastic, or not enthusiastic at all?

               --- Enthusiastic --   ---- Not enthusiastic ---     No
               NET   Very   Smwhat   NET   Not so   Not at all   opinion
Barack Obama:
10/26/12 LV    95     70      25       4       3        1          1
9/16/12  LV    94     64      30       6       5        1          0
9/16/12  RV    92     61      31       8       7        1          0
10/25/08 RV    97     70      28       3       2        *          0
9/21/08  RV    96     64      32       4       4        0          *  

Mitt Romney:
10/26/12 LV    93     56      37       7       4        2          *
9/16/12  LV    90     48      42       9       5        4          1 
9/16/12  RV    85     45      40      14      10        5          1
 

7. (AMONG LIKELY VOTERS) For each item I name, please tell me how important it will be in your vote for President. The first is (ITEM). Will that be extremely important, very important, somewhat important, or less important than that?

10/26/12 – summary table - among likely voters

                                    -- More Important --   -- Less important--   No   
                                    NET  Extremely  Very   NET  Somewhat  Less   op.  
a. The economy                      93      57       36     6        6      *     *
b. Spending on the military         68      29       39    32       26      6     *
c. The federal budget deficit       81      42       39    19       15      4     * 
d. Medicare, the government 
   health insurance program for 
   seniors                          76      36       39    24       19      5     * 
e. Social issues such as abortion 
   and gay marriage                 52      26       26    47       24     23     1
f. International affairs            68      26       42    32       27      5     *
g. Taxes                            77      37       40    23       20      3     *

Trend:

a. The economy                     

              -- More Important --   - Less important -    No   
              NET  Extremely  Very   NET  Somewhat  Less   op.  
10/26/12 LV   93      57       36     6        6      *     * 
9/16/12  LV   93      55       38     7        6      1     * 
9/16/12  RV   93      54       39     7        6      1     *
                               
b. Spending on the military     

              -- More Important --   - Less important -    No   
              NET  Extremely  Very   NET  Somewhat  Less   op.  
10/26/12 LV   68      29       39    32       26      6     * 
9/16/12  LV   70      32       38    30       24      6     *  
9/16/12  RV   70      32       38    29       23      6     1

c. The federal budget deficit   

              -- More Important --   - Less important -    No   
              NET  Extremely  Very   NET  Somewhat  Less   op.  
10/26/12 LV   81      42       39    19       15      4     * 
9/16/12  LV   80      44       36    20       17      2     1
9/16/12  RV   78      43       36    20       17      3     1 

d. Medicare, the government health insurance program for seniors 

              -- More Important --   - Less important -    No   
              NET  Extremely  Very   NET  Somewhat  Less   op.  
10/26/12 LV   76      36       39    24       19      5     * 
9/16/12  LV   77      41       35    23       18      5     * 
9/16/12  RV   77      41       36    23       18      5     * 

e. Social issues such as abortion and gay marriage                 

              -- More Important --   - Less important -    No   
              NET  Extremely  Very   NET  Somewhat  Less   op.  
10/26/12 LV   51      26       26    47       23     24     2 
9/16/12  LV   50      29       21    49       23     26     1
9/16/12  RV   49      28       21    50       22     28     1

f. International affairs            

              -- More Important --   - Less important -    No   
              NET  Extremely  Very   NET  Somewhat  Less   op.  
10/26/12 LV   66      25       41    33       27      6     1 
9/16/12  LV   76      29       47    23       20      4     1
9/16/12  RV   71      27       44    27       22      5     2

g. Taxes                           
              -- More Important --   - Less important -    No   
              NET  Extremely  Very   NET  Somewhat  Less   op.  
10/26/12 LV   76      36       40    23       20      4     * 
9/16/12  LV   73      34       40    26       22      4     *  
9/16/12  RV   76      34       41    24       20      4     *

8. (AMONG LIKELY VOTERS) Regardless of who you support, which candidate do you trust to do a better job [ITEM] – (Obama) or (Romney)?

10/26/12 - Summary Table - among likely voters

                                                     Both    Neither     No
                                   Obama   Romney   (vol.)   (vol.)    opinion
a. Handling the economy             46       48        2        2         3
b. Handling military spending       48       46        1        2         3
c. Determining the future of the 
   Medicare program                 52       42        1        3         3
d. Dealing with the federal 
   budget deficit                   44       49        2        3         2
e. Dealing with social issues such 
   as abortion and gay marriage     56       35        2        4         4
f. Handling taxes                   49       46        1        2         2
g. Handling international affairs   53       41        2        2         3

Trend: 

a. Handling the economy             

                                Both    Neither     No
              Obama   Romney   (vol.)   (vol.)    opinion
10/26/12 LV    46       48        2        2         3
9/16/12  LV    48       45        1        3         2     
9/16/12  RV    47       45        1        5         2

b. Handling military spending       

                                Both    Neither     No
              Obama   Romney   (vol.)   (vol.)    opinion
10/26/12 LV    48       46        1        2         3
9/16/12  LV    51       44        1        2         2
9/16/12  RV    50       44        1        2         3

c. Determining the future of the Medicare program                 

                                Both    Neither     No
              Obama   Romney   (vol.)   (vol.)    opinion
10/26/12 LV    52       42        1        3         3
9/16/12  LV    52       41        *        3         4 
9/16/12  RV    52       39        *        3         5

d. Dealing with the federal budget deficit                   

                                Both    Neither     No
              Obama   Romney   (vol.)   (vol.)    opinion
10/26/12 LV    44       46        2        4         3
9/16/12  LV    47       48        1        3         1 
9/16/12  RV    44       48        1        5         3

e. Dealing with social issues such as abortion and gay marriage     

                                Both    Neither     No
              Obama   Romney   (vol.)   (vol.)    opinion
10/26/12 LV    55       35        1        4         4
9/16/12  LV    56       35        1        4         5
9/16/12  RV    54       34        *        5         6

f. Handling taxes                   

                                Both    Neither     No
              Obama   Romney   (vol.)   (vol.)    opinion
10/26/12 LV    49       44        1        3         3
9/16/12  LV    50       46        *        3         2
9/16/12  RV    49       46        *        3         2

g. Handling international affairs   

                                Both    Neither     No
              Obama   Romney   (vol.)   (vol.)    opinion
10/26/12 LV    53       40        2        2         3
9/16/12  LV    53       42        *        2         2 
9/16/12  RV    53       42        1        2         3

9. (AMONG REGISTERED VOTERS) Regardless of who you may support, who do you think better understands the economic problems people in this country are having – (Obama) or (Romney)?

                               Both    Neither     No
             Obama   Romney   (vol.)   (vol.)    opinion
10/26/12 LV    53      40        2        4         1
10/26/12 RV    53      38        2        5         1
9/26/12  LV    54      38        2        6         1    
9/16/12  RV    54      37        2        7         1  

10. (AMONG REGISTERED VOTERS) Now, turning to the U.S. Senate election in Virginia, if the 2012 election for the U.S. Senate were being held today, would you vote for (Tim Kaine, the Democrat) or (George Allen, the Republican)? Which one are you leaning toward right now?

NET LEANED VOTE PREFERENCE – likely voters

                             Other    Neither    Would not      No
             Kaine   Allen   (vol.)    (vol.)   vote (vol.)   opinion
10/26/12 LV   51      44        0         2          *           3
9/16/12  LV   51      43        *         2          *           4

NET LEANED VOTE PREFERENCE – registered voters

                             Other    Neither    Would not      No
             Kaine   Allen   (vol.)    (vol.)   vote (vol.)   opinion
10/26/12 RV   51      43        0         3          *           4
9/16/12  RV   50      42        *         3          1           4
5/2/12   RV   46      46        1        NA          2           5   
5/4/11   RV   46      46        *        NA          2           6   

11. (IF SUPPORT KAINE OR ALLEN) Will you definitely vote for (KAINE/ALLEN), or is there a chance you could change your mind and vote for (CANDIDATE NOT NAMED)? (IF CHANCE CHANGE MIND) Would you say (there’s a good chance) you'll change your mind, or would you say (it’s pretty unlikely)?

              Definitely   ------- Change mind -------     No
                 vote      NET  Good chance   Unlikely   opinion
Tim Kaine:
10/26/12 LV       84       13        5            8         3 
10/26/12 RV       82       15        6            9         3 
9/16/12  LV       79       18        7           11         3
9/16/12  RV       76       21        9           12         3

10/26/05 LV       80       18        7           11         1
9/9/05   LV       59       40       16           24         2
9/9/05   RV       54       44       21           23         3

George Allen:
10/26/12 LV       85       13        4           10         2 
10/26/12 RV       82       15        5           10         3 
9/16/12  LV       76       22        4           19         *  
9/16/12  RV       76       22        4           18         2

10/26/00 LV       78       21       10           11         1
8/27/00  LV       68       28       12           16         3
8/27/00  RV       63       33       16           17         3

12. (IF SUPPORT KAINE OR ALLEN) Would you say you are very enthusiastic about supporting (Kaine/Allen), somewhat enthusiastic, not so enthusiastic, or not enthusiastic at all?

              --- Enthusiastic --   ---- Not enthusiastic ---     No
              NET   Very   Smwhat   NET   Not so   Not at all   opinion
Tim Kaine:  
10/26/12 LV   90     47      43      9       6         3           1 
10/26/12 RV   87     44      43     12       8         4           1 
9/16/12  LV   85     40      45     14      12         2           2
9/16/12  RV   82     39      43     17      14         2           1
5/2/12   RV   75     24      51     24      18         6           2

George Allen:  
10/26/12 LV   87     44      43     12       8         4           * 
10/26/12 RV   85     43      42     14       9         5           * 
9/16/12  LV   84     39      44     15      13         2           1  
9/16/12  RV   82     37      45     16      14         2           2
5/2/12   RV   72     17      55     27      21         5           1

Compare to – 10/12/06 likely voters in Senate race: 

                ---Enthusiastic----    --Not enthusiastic---    No
                NET   Very   Fairly    NET   Not too  At all   opin.
George Allen    90     43      47       9        7       2       1
James Webb      84     25      60      15       12       3       *

10/26/05 likely voters in governor’s race:

                ---Enthusiastic----    --Not enthusiastic---    No
                NET   Very   Fairly    NET   Not too  At all   opin.
Tim Kaine       86     30      56      13       11       2       1
Jerry Kilgore   85     27      58      14       13       2       1

13. (AMONG REGISTERED VOTERS) Regardless of who you may support, who do you think [ITEM] – (Kaine) or (Allen)?

10/26/12 - Summary Table - among likely voters

                                                             Both    Neither     No
                                            Kaine   Allen   (vol.)    (vol.)   opinion
a. Would work better with (Democrats) 
   and (Republicans) in Congress             49      37        1        2       10 
b. Seems like the more friendly and 
   likable person                            48      36        4        2       11 
c. Better understands the economic 
   problems people in Virginia are having    47      40        3        3        7 

10/26/12 - Summary Table - among registered voters

                                                             Both    Neither     No
                                            Kaine   Allen   (vol.)    (vol.)   opinion
a. Would work better with (Democrats) 
   and (Republicans) in Congress             48      37        1        3       11 
b. Seems like the more friendly and 
   likable person                            46      35        4        2       12 
c. Better understands the economic 
   problems people in Virginia are having    46      39        3        4        8 

14. Do you approve or disapprove of the way Barack Obama is handling his job as president?

              -------- Approve --------   ------- Disapprove ------     No   
              NET   Strongly   Somewhat   NET   Somewhat   Strongly   opinion
10/26/12 LV   53       36         17      46         8        38         2     
10/26/12 RV   53       35         18      46         8        37         2     
10/26/12      54       36         19      42         9        33         4
9/16/12  LV   54       35         19      46         9        37         *  
9/16/12  RV   53       32         21      46         9        37         1
9/16/12       52       31         21      43         9        34         5
5/2/12   RV   50       32         18      47        13        34         2
5/2/12        53       32         21      44        13        30         3
5/4/11        52       29         23      43        12        31         5
10/25/09 RV   57       37         20      40        12        28         3  
10/7/09  RV   58       37         21      39        11        28         3
9/17/09  LV   53       38         15      47        11        36         1
8/14/09  RV   57       39         17      41        11        31         2

15a. (AMONG REGISTERED VOTERS) Changing topics, would you say you, yourself are better off financially than you were when Obama became president, not as well off, or in about the same shape as then financially?

              Better off   Not as well off   About the same(vol.)   No opinion
10/26/12 LV       24             33                  42                 1
10/26/12 RV       24             32                  43                 1

15b. (AMONG REGISTERED VOTERS) If Romney had been president since 2009 instead of Obama, do you think you yourself would be better off financially than you are now, not as well off, or in about the same shape financially?

              Better off   Not as well off   About the same(vol.)   No opinion
10/26/12 LV       29             30                  34                 7
10/26/12 RV       28             30                  35                 7

16. (AMONG REGISTERED VOTERS) So far during this campaign, do you think (Obama/Romney) has been mainly (attacking his opponent) or mainly (addressing the issues)?

a. Obama
                Attacking    Addressing     No
              his opponent   the issues   opinion
10/26/12 LV         50           45          5
10/26/12 RV         48           45          6

b. Romney
                Attacking    Addressing     No
              his opponent   the issues   opinion
10/26/12 LV         53           42          5
10/26/12 RV         54           40          6

17. (AMONG REGISTERED VOTERS) Have you personally been contacted by a representative of the [CANDIDATE] campaign, either by phone, in-person, or online asking you for your support, or not?

a. Obama    
             Yes   No   No opinion 
10/26/12 LV  44    54        2
10/26/12 RV  43    55        2
9/16/12  LV  36    63        2
9/16/12  RV  33    65        1

b. Romney   
             Yes   No   No opinion 
10/26/12 LV  41    57        2
10/26/12 RV  40    58        2
9/16/12  LV  32    67        1 
9/16/12  RV  31    68        1

Compare to 2008: 

Obama: 
             Yes   No   No opinion 
10/25/08 LV  49    50        1
10/25/08 RV  48    52        1 

McCain
10/25/08 LV  34    66        1
10/25/08 RV  31    68        1

18a. (IF CONTACTED BY OBAMA CAMPAIGN) When was the last time you were contacted, within the last week, within the last month or longer ago than that?

              Within last   Within last   Longer     No
                 week          month       ago     opinion
10/26/12 LV       67            28          3         2
10/26/12 RV       67            27          4         2

17a/18a NET:
              --------------- Yes -----------------                 Not      No
              NET   Last week   Last month   Longer  Don’t know  contacted   op.
10/26/12 LV   44       30           12          1          1         54       2
10/26/12 RV   43       29           12          2          1         55       2

18b. (IF CONTACTED BY ROMNEY CAMPAIGN) When was the last time you were contacted, within the last week, within the last month or longer ago than that?

              Within last   Within last   Longer     No
                 week          month       ago     opinion
10/26/12 LV       72            23          3         2
10/26/12 RV       72            23          3         1

17b/18b NET:
              --------------- Yes -----------------                 Not      No
              NET   Last week   Last month   Longer  Don’t know  contacted   op.
10/26/12 LV   41       30            9          1          1         57       2
10/26/12 RV   40       29            9          1          1         58       2

On another subject,

19. (AMONG REGISTERED VOTERS) Generally speaking, do you have a favorable or an unfavorable impression of (NAME)?

10/26/12 – Summary Table – among likely voters

                  ------- Favorable -------   ------ Unfavorable ------     No   
                  NET   Strongly   Somewhat   NET   Somewhat   Strongly   opinion
a. George Allen   50       21         29      37       19         18        13
b. Tim Kaine      57       27         30      33       17         17        10
c. Barack Obama   57       42         16      41        9         31         2
d. Mitt Romney    51       30         22      44       13         32         4

10/26/12 – Summary Table – among registered voters

                  ------- Favorable -------   ------ Unfavorable ------     No   
                  NET   Strongly   Somewhat   NET   Somewhat   Strongly   opinion
a. George Allen   48       20         28      37       19         18        15
b. Tim Kaine      55       26         30      33       16         16        12
c. Barack Obama   58       41         17      40        9         30         3
d. Mitt Romney    50       28         22      45       13         32         5

Trend where available:

a. George Allen   

              ------- Favorable -------   ------ Unfavorable ------     No   
              NET   Strongly   Somewhat   NET   Somewhat   Strongly   opinion
10/26/12 LV   50       21         29      37       19         18        13
10/26/12 RV   48       20         28      37       19         18        15
9/16/12  LV   50       18         32      37       17         20        13
9/16/12  RV   51       17         34      35       16         19        14
5/2/12   RV   47       12         35      31       18         13        22
5/2/12        46       12         34      31       18         13        24
5/4/11   RV   52       16         36      28       15         13        20
5/4/11        51       16         35      26       15         11        23
10/12/06 LV   53       NA         NA      43       NA         NA         4
9/9/05   RV   58       NA         NA      28       NA         NA        14
9/16/97       60       NA         NA      26       NA         NA        13
9/28/93  RV   43       NA         NA      36       NA         NA        21

b. Tim Kaine      

              ------- Favorable -------   ------ Unfavorable ------     No   
              NET   Strongly   Somewhat   NET   Somewhat   Strongly   opinion
10/26/12 LV   57       27         30      33       17         17        10
10/26/12 RV   55       26         30      33       16         16        12
9/16/12  LV   54       24         31      35       15         20        10 
9/16/12  RV   54       22         32      34       16         18        11
5/2/12   RV   41       13         27      41       22         19        18
5/2/12        41       15         26      39       21         18        20
5/4/11   RV   57       19         38      28       16         12        15
5/4/11        56       17         38      28       16         12        17
10/12/06 LV   67       NA         NA      23       NA         NA        10
10/26/05 LV   58       NA         NA      33       NA         NA         8
9/9/05   RV   55       NA         NA      25       NA         NA        21

c. Barack Obama   

              ------- Favorable -------   ------ Unfavorable ------     No   
              NET   Strongly   Somewhat   NET   Somewhat   Strongly   opinion

10/26/12 LV   57       42         16      41        9         31         2
10/26/12 RV   58       41         17      40        9         30         3
9/16/12  LV   57       43         14      43       10         33         *  
9/16/12  RV   57       40         17      42       10         32         1
5/4/11   RV   54       34         20      43       13         29         3
5/4/11        55       34         22      41       13         27         4
10/25/08 RV   67       46         21      30        8         22         3

d. Mitt Romney

              ------- Favorable -------   ------ Unfavorable ------     No   
              NET   Strongly   Somewhat   NET   Somewhat   Strongly   opinion
10/26/12 LV   51       30         22      44       13         32         4
10/26/12 RV   50       28         22      45       13         32         5
9/16/12  LV   48       27         21      49       12         37         3
9/16/12  RV   47       25         21      49       14         34         5

20. (AMONG REGISTERED VOTERS) Will one reason for your vote for U.S. Senate be to express (support for) President Obama, to express (opposition to) Obama, or is Obama not a factor in your choice?

              Support   Opposition   Obama not a factor   No opinion
10/26/12 LV     25          13                59               2
10/26/12 RV     26          12                59               3
9/16/12  RV     29          22                48               1 
9/16/12  RV     28          20                50               2
5/4/11   RV     26          21                51               2
5/4/11          27          20                50               2

Compare to “express support for/opposition to Bush” 2006: 

10/12/06 LV     12          25                63               *

901. Generally speaking, do you usually think of yourself as:

                                                            
             Democrat  Republican  Independent  Other  No op.  
10/26/12 LV     31         27          35         5      1         
9/16/12  LV     35         26          33         5      1     
10/25/09 LV     31         30          34         4      1     
10/7/09  LV     31         30          36         2      1     
9/17/09  LV     32         29          34         5      *     
8/14/09  LV     27         34          34         4      1     
10/25/08 LV     36         28          33         4      *     
9/21/08  LV     33         28          34         5      1     
10/12/06 LV     33         32          32         3      *     
10/26/05 LV     33         37          26         3      1     
9/9/05   LV     34         37          25         4      *     
10/25/01 LV     31         37          26         5      1     
8/23/01  LV     35         38          24         3      *     
10/26/00 LV     33         32          28         6      1     
8/27/00  LV     30         36          29         5      1     
10/21/97 LV     31         32          31         5      1     
9/16/97  LV     30         31          33         4      1     
11/2/89  LV     33         32          31         3      1     

10/26/12 RV     31         26          36         6      1         
9/16/12  RV     33         26          35         5      1     
5/2/12   RV     31         27          36         5      2     
5/4/11   RV     32         24          35         6      3     
10/25/09 RV     34         25          35         5      1     
10/7/09  RV     33         27          35         4      1     
9/17/09  RV     34         27          32         5      1     
8/14/09  RV     31         29          35         4      1     
10/25/08 RV     36         28          33         4      *     
9/21/08  RV     34         25          35         6      1     
10/8/07  RV     32         29          34         4      1     
6/3/07   RV     33         29          29         4      4     
9/9/05   RV     32         34          29         4      *     
8/23/01  RV     32         33          29         5      1     
8/27/00  RV     29         34          32         5      1     
9/16/97  RV     28         31          35         4      1     
9/28/93  RV     30         30          35         4      1     

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