Granite State Poll

Granite State Poll

 

In addition to working with individual clients on single issue polling projects, the UNH Survey Center also conducts the Granite State Poll, a quarterly survey of public opinion in the state of New Hampshire. The Granite State Poll is an omnibus survey in which interested groups, agencies, or organizations can purchase one or more questions. In this way, fixed costs are shared. The Granite State Poll is a statewide, scientific survey of public opinion and behavior concerning policy issues. Conducted quarterly, the Poll randomly interviews approximately 500 respondents from across the state.

All adult residents of New Hampshire with a working telephone (including new and unlisted numbers) are eligible for the Granite State Poll. Reports on New Hampshire public opinion written by the Center are made available to legislators, members of the executive branch and other key government officials dealing with public policy as well as the media. Of course, any proprietary data collected by the Survey Center are held in strict confidence.

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Submissions from 2016

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Hassan Leads Ayotte in NH Senate Race 10/20/16, UNH Survey Center

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NH Gubernatorial Race Close, Most Voters Have Not Definitely Decided on Vote 10/20/16, UNH Survey Center

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Clinton Maintains Lead in New Hampshire 10/19/16, UNH Survey Center

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Consumer Confidence Decreases Somewhat Heading Into Election 10/14/16, UNH Survey Center

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NH Residents Confident of Current NH Voting 10/4/16, UNH Survey Center

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Dead Heat in New Hampshire Senate Race 9/1/16, UNH Survey Center

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Close Race in CD2, Shea-Porter Leads in CD1 8/31/16, UNH Survey Center

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Two Weeks From Primary And NH Voters Are Still Unfamiliar With Gubernatorial Candidates 8/30/16, UNH Survey Center

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Granite Staters Optimistic About Business Conditions in New Hampshire 8/3/16, UNH Survey Center

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Obama's Popularity, Job Approval Steady In The Waning Months Of His Presidency 7/22/16, UNH Survey Center

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Trump and Clinton Tied; Both Candidates Unpopular In New Hampshire 7/21/16, UNH Survey Center

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Ayotte and Hassan Remain Deadlocked in NH Senate Race 7/20/16, UNH Survey Center

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Close Races, Unknown Candidates in Both NH Congressional Districts 7/20/16, UNH Survey Center

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NH Gubernatorial Candidates Unknown, Drug Crisis Most Important Problem in NH 7/19/16, UNH Survey Center

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NH: Economic Optimism 5/5/16, UNH Survey Center

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New Hampshire Primary Impact 4/22/16, UNH Survey Center

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Obama's Popularity, Job Approval Steady in Granite State 4/21/16, UNH Survey Center

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Sanders And Kasich Most Popular And Electable in New Hampshire 4/21/16, UNH Survey Center

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Ayotte's Popularity Takes Hit, Remains in a Dead Heat With Hassan For US Senate Seat 4/20/16, UNH Survey Center

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Illegal Drugs the Most Important Issue Facing the State, Gubernatorial Candidates Unknown 4/19/16, UNH Survey Center

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Guinta Faces Uphill Struggle in First District 4/18/16, UNH Survey Center

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Obama Remains Unpopular in Granite State 3/4/16, UNH Survey Center

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Ayotte and Hassan Deadlocked In NH 3/3/16, UNH Survey Center

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Guinta Unpopular in First District, Candidates For NH Governor And US Congress Unknown 3/2/16, UNH Survey Center

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NH Issues: Hassan Popular in Final Year As Governor, Illegal Drugs the Most Important Issue 3/1/16, UNH Survey Center

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Sanders Leads All GOP Contenders in NH, Clinton Support Varies By Matchup 2/29/16, UNH Survey Center

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NH Consumers Optimistic About NH Business Conditions, Believe Household Finances Will Stay the Same 2/23/16, UNH Survey Center

Submissions from 2015

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Sanders Maintains NH Lead, Clinton Seen As Winner, Most Voters Not Convinced Yet 12/9/15, UNH Survey Center

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Trump Widens NH Lead But Most Voters Not Yet Convinced 12/8/15, UNH Survey Center

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NH Consumers Remain Optimistic About Future Economic Prospects 10/12/15, UNH Survey Center

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Obama Approval Rating In NH - No Change 10/9/15, UNH Survey Center

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Guinta Remains Unpopular in First District 10/8/15, UNH Survey Center

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Granite Staters Say Drug Crisis Is Most Important Problem In The State 10/7/15, UNH Survey Center

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At Start of Campaign, Candidates For NH Governor Unknown 10/6/15, UNH Survey Center

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Ayotte and Hassan Deadlocked in 2016 Senate Matchup 10/5/15, UNH Survey Center

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Biden, Clinton, Sanders Lead Trump in Hypothetical 2016 Matchups 9/25/15, UNH Survey Center

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Sanders Surges In NH 9/24/15, UNH Survey Center

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Trump Still Atop GOP Field In NH, Fiorina Rises to Second 9/24/15, UNH Survey Center

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Clinton Leads Trump In NH, Deadlocked With Other GOP Candidates 8/5/15, UNH Survey Center

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Sanders Keeping Pace With Clinton in New Hampshire 8/4/15, UNH Survey Center

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Trump Takes NH Lead 8/3/15, UNH Survey Center

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Consumer Confidence Steady In NH 7/28/15, UNH Survey Center

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Obama in NH: Overall Approval Up, Economic and Foreign Policy Approval Still Low 7/24/15, UNH Survey Center

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Majority of Granite Staters Favor Marijuana Legalization, Decriminalization 7/23/15, UNH Survey Center

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Ayotte Popular Entering Re-Election Campaign; Support For Guinta Erodes in First District 7/22/15, UNH Survey Center

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Governor Hassan Remains Popular; Granite Staters Support 30 Day Residency Requirement For Voting 7/21/15, UNH Survey Center

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Granite Staters Growing Concern With Heroin Problem 7/21/15, UNH Survey Center

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Granite Staters Better Off Than A Year Ago, But Not Optimistic About US Economy 6/2/15, UNH Survey Center

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Obama Remains Unpopular in NH 5/29/15, UNH Survey Center

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Majority of Granite Staters Favor Marijuana Legalization 5/28/15, UNH Survey Center

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New Hampshire Residents Divided on Northern Pass And Kinder Morgan Pipeline Projects 5/28/15, UNH Survey Center

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Ayotte And Hassan In Dead Heat For 2016 NH Senate; Guinta Favorability Hurt By Scandal 5/27/15, UNH Survey Center

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Hassan Continues to Be Popular; Potential 2016 Gubernatorial Candidates Unknown 5/26/15, UNH Survey Center

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November 2016: Clinton Loses Ground Against GOP Candidates In NH 5/7/15, UNH Survey Center

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More Candidates Mean Less Clarity For NH GOP Primary 5/6/15, UNH Survey Center

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Clinton Continues to Lead, But Support Softens 5/5/15, UNH Survey Center

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NH Consumers Cautiously Optimistic About Economy 2/19/15, UNH Survey Center

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Granite State Senators Popular, Representatives Not So Much 2/18/15, UNH Survey Center

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Hassan and Legislature Popular Heading Into Legislative Session 2/17/15, UNH Survey Center

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Obama Stays Unpopular In NH 2/16/15, UNH Survey Center

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Clinton Leads Potential General Election Challengers In NH 2/9/15, UNH Survey Center

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1 Year Before NH Primary, Clinton Holds Wide Lead On Field 2/5/15, UNH Survey Center

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NH Primary Voters Not Engaged, GOP Field Remains Unclear 2/5/15, UNH Survey Center

Submissions from 2014

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CD1 Race Too Close To Call, CD2 Leans To Kuster 11/2/14, UNH Survey Center

NH Governor Race Tightens, Too Close To Call 11/2/14, UNH Survey Center

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NH Senate Race - Dead Heat 11/2/14, UNH Survey Center

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Shaheen And Brown Race Still In Margin of Error 10/30/14, UNH Survey Center

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Hassan Widens Lead Over Havenstein In NH Governor's Race, GOP Likely To Win Both Houses In Legislature 10/29/14, UNH Survey Center

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Kuster Opens Lead In CD2 10/28/14, UNH Survey Center

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First Congressional District Race Still A Dead Heat 10/27/14, UNH Survey Center

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NH Watching Ebola Outbreak But Not Concerned With Catching It. ISIS Seen As Major Threat To US 10/16/14, UNH Survey Center

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Obama Stays Unpopular in NH, Hurts Democrats Election Chances 10/10/14, UNH Survey Center

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Clinton Maintains Lead In NH Democratic Primary Field, GOP A Muddle 10/9/14, UNH Survey Center

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Shaheen and Brown Race Remains Tight 10/8/14, UNH Survey Center

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Tight Races In Both NH Congressional Districts 10/7/14, UNH Survey Center

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Hassan Leads Havenstein In NH Governor's Race 10/6/14, UNH Survey Center

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Consumer Confidence On The Rise In NH 7/28/14, UNH Survey Center

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What Election? Family Finances, Jobs Most Common Topic Of Discussion in NH 7/23/14, UNH Survey Center

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NH Aware of Gas Tax Increase, Small Majority Support It 7/22/14, UNH Survey Center

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Obama Still Underwater in NH 7/11/14, UNH Survey Center

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Clinton Slips in NH, Romney the GOP Frontrunner? 7/10/14, UNH Survey Center

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Shaheen Continues to Lead GOP Challengers 7/9/14, UNH Survey Center

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Tight Race in CD1, Kuster Leads in CD2 7/8/14, UNH Survey Center

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Hassan Stays Popular; Leads GOP Challengers in Re-Election Bid 7/7/14, UNH Survey Center

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NH Congressional Races 4/17/14, UNH Survey Center

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Hassan Remains Popular, Leads GOP Challengers 4/16/14, UNH Survey Center

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Obama's Favorability Continues to Slide, Health Care Act Still Unpopular 4/14/14, UNH Survey Center

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Granite Staters Remain Divided On Northern Pass 4/11/14, UNH Survey Center

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Shaheen - Brown Race Heats Up 4/10/14, UNH Survey Center

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Most Granite Staters Support Changes To State's Marijuana Laws 4/9/14, UNH Survey Center

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Granite Staters Still Optimistic About Business in NH, Pessimistic About Conditions in US 4/08/14, UNH Survey Center

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Granite Staters Optimistic About Business Conditions In NH 2/11/14, UNH Survey Center

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NH Could Use A Civics Lesson 2/7/14, UNH Survey Center

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Granite Staters Favor Minimum Wage Increase, Death Penalty 2/6/14, UNH Survey Center

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Support Rising For Legalizing Pot In NH, Most Support Taxing It At Liquor Levels 2/4/14, UNH Survey Center

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Health Care Law Still Unpopular In NH, Most Think Health Care Costs Will Increase 2/3/14, UNH Survey Center

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Tight Congressional Races In NH 2/3/14, UNH Survey Center

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Shaheen Favorability Slides, But Leads All GOP Challengers In Race For NH Senate Seat 1/31/14, UNH Survey Center

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Approval Of Hassan Solid, Leads GOP Challengers; Economy Still Most Important Problem 1/30/14, UNH Survey Center

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Clinton Alone In NH, No GOP Frontrunner 1/29/14, UNH Survey Center