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 2013

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High Support For Medical Marijuana, Opinions Divided About Northern Pass 2/12/13, UNH Survey Center

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Gambling In NH: Odds Improve 2/11/13, UNH Survey Center

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Granite Staters Support Gun Control Proposals 2/8/13, UNH Survey Center

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Economy Still Top Concern In NH, Hassan Starts Out In Positive Position 2/7/13, UNH Survey Center

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Despite Winning Reelection, Obama’s Approval Unchanged In NH 2/6/13, UNH Survey Center

Submissions from 2012

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Obama Has Advantage In Final NH Poll 11/04/2012, UNH Survey Center

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Dead Heat For President In NH 11/03/2012, UNH Survey Center

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Close Rematches For NH Congressional Seats 10/24/2012, UNH Survey Center

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Gubernatorial Race Stays Tight In New Hampshire 10/23/2012, UNH Survey Center

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Obama Leads In NH 10/22/2012, UNH Survey Center

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Gov. Lynch Goes Out On Top, NH Legislature Less Popular 10/15/2012, UNH Survey Center

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Gubernatorial Race Stays Close In New Hampshire 10/11/2012, UNH Survey Center

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Obama’s Approval Rating In NH Remains Stable 10/10/2012, UNH Survey Center

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NH Race Tightens After Debate 10/09/2012, UNH Survey Center

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Voters Divided On Income Tax Amendment 10/05/2012, UNH Survey Center

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Gov. Lynch Remains Popular, State House & Senate Elections Close 10/04/2012, UNH Survey Center

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NH Congressional Races Remain Close 10/03/2012, UNH Survey Center

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Gubernatorial Race Tight In New Hampshire 10/02/2012, UNH Survey Center

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Obama Opens Lead In NH 10/01/2012, UNH Survey Center

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NH Voters: Obama Better For Most Groups Of Americans 9/14/2012, UNH Survey Center

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Race For President In NH Remains Close, More Voters Undecided 9/13/2012, UNH Survey Center

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NH Divided On Income Tax Amendment, Continue To Oppose Repeal Of Gay Marriage 8/16/2012, UNH Survey Center

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Congressional Races In Granite State Remain Close 8/15/2012, UNH Survey Center

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Gubernatorial Race In NH Remains Wide Open 8/14/2012, UNH Survey Center

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Presidential Race Remains Close In New Hampshire 8/13/2012, UNH Survey Center

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Confidence In NH Economy Unchanged 7/31/2012, UNH Survey Center

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After Supreme Court Decision, Healthcare Reform Still Unpopular In NH 7/18/2012, UNH Survey Center

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Obama Holds Narrow Lead Over Romney In New Hampshire 7/17/2012, UNH Survey Center

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Majority See Positive Direction For New Hampshire Economy 6/08/2012, UNH Survey Center

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Granite Staters Split On Races In First And Second Congressional Districts 4/26/2012, UNH Survey Center

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Support For NH Legislature Remains Mixed 4/25/2012, UNH Survey Center

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Lynch Keeps High Approval Ratings, Governor's Race Up For Grabs 4/24/2012, UNH Survey Center

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Obama Maintains Lead Over Romney In Granite State 4/23/2012, UNH Survey Center

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Views On NH Congressional Delegation Unchanged 2/8/2012, UNH Survey Center

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NH Legislature Faces Tough Year, Difficult Issues 2/7/2012, UNH Survey Center

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Lynch Heads Into Final Year With High Approval Ratings, Concerns About Economy Remain 2/6/2012, UNH Survey Center

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Obama Approval Rating Rebounds In NH Heading Into Election Year 2/3/2012, UNH Survey Center

Submissions from 2011

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Romney Increases Lead, Gingrich Distant 2nd In NH, Electorate Still Fluid 11/23/2011, UNH Survey Center

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Granite Staters Negative On Direction Of State & Country’s Economy 11/01/2011, UNH Survey Center

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NH Pessimistic About Outcome Of US Military Interventions 10/20/2011, UNH Survey Center

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NH Congressmen Bass And Guinta Remain Unpopular 10/19/2011, UNH Survey Center

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Lynch Still Popular, Economy Still Top Problem Facing New Hampshire 10/18/2011, UNH Survey Center

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Obama Approval Rating Hits New Low In NH 10/17/2011, UNH Survey Center

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NH Opposed To Repeal Of Gay Marriage 10/13/2011, UNH Survey Center

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Romney Maintains Lead In 2012 NH Presidential Primary, Voters Still Undecided 10/07/2011, UNH Survey Center

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New Hampshire A Great Place To Live 7/13/2011, UNH Survey Center

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Bass And Guinta Underwater, Ayotte And Shaheen Popular 7/11/2011, UNH Survey Center

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Economy Still Top Problem Facing Granite State 7/08/2011, UNH Survey Center

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NH Pessimistic About Us Military Interventions 7/07/2011, UNH Survey Center

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Obama Approval Rating Remains Low In NH 7/06/2011, UNH Survey Center

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Bachmann Moves Up, But Romney Still Leads In 2012 NH Presidential Primary, Voters Undecided 7/05/2011, UNH Survey Center

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New Hampshire Split On Direction Of State’s Economy 5/12/2011, UNH Survey Center

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NH Senators Remain Popular, Public Divided About House Members 5/05/2011, UNH Survey Center

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Romney Remains Atop Broad Republican Field In 2012 NH Presidential Primary, Voters Not Making Up Minds 5/04/2011, UNH Survey Center

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Lynch Remains Popular In NH, Growing Concern About Direction Of State 5/03/2011, UNH Survey Center

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Concerns About NH Budget Increase 5/02/2011, UNH Survey Center

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Support For Obama Foreign Policy Slips In NH 4/29/2011, UNH Survey Center

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Obama Approval Rating Continues To Slide In NH 4/28/2011, UNH Survey Center

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Optimism Rising For New Hampshire’s Economy 2/22/2011, UNH Survey Center

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New Hampshire Pessimistic About Afghanistan And Iraq 2/16/2011, UNH Survey Center

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Romney Early Favorite In 2012 NH Presidential Primary 2/15/2011, UNH Survey Center

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New Congressional Delegation Seen Favorably By NH 2/11/2011, UNH Survey Center

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Obama Approval Rating In NH Remains Unchanged 2/10/2011, UNH Survey Center

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Social Issues In NH: Little Support For Repeal Of Gay Marriage, Support For Parental Notification 2/9/2011, UNH Survey Center

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Economic And Budget Issues Most Important Problems, Lynch Still Popular 2/8/2011, UNH Survey Center

Submissions from 2010

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New Hampshire Concerned About Afghanistan 10/6/2010, UNH Survey Center

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NH Consumer Confidence Still Low 10/5/2010, UNH Survey Center

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Healthcare And Economy Drag Down Obama Approval Rating In NH 10/4/2010, UNH Survey Center

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Lynch Remains Strong In Tough Year For Democrats 10/1/2010, UNH Survey Center

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Fresh From Primary Win, Ayotte Widens Lead Against Hodes 9/30/2010, UNH Survey Center

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Republicans Hold Narrow Leads In NH Congressional Races 9/30/2010, UNH Survey Center

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New Hampshire Pessimistic About Afghanistan 8/3/2010, UNH Survey Center

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Obama Holds Steady In New Hampshire 8/2/2010, UNH Survey Center

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In Tough Year For NH Democrats, Lynch Looks Strong 7/30/2010, UNH Survey Center

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NH Favors AZ Law On Illegal Immigration 7/30/2010, UNH Survey Center

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Split Ballot - Shea-Porter Leads In NH 1st, Bass In 2nd 7/29/2010, UNH Survey Center

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Ayotte, Binnie Top GOP Candidates Against Hodes In NH Senate Race 7/28/2010, UNH Survey Center

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NH More Optimistic About Economy 5/11/2010, UNH Survey Center

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NH More Optimistic About War in Afghanistan 5/6/2010, UNH Survey Center

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Obama Stops Slide in NH 5/4/2010, UNH Survey Center

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Despite Economic Concerns, Lynch Still Popular As Governor 5/3/2010, UNH Survey Center

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GOP Candidates Hold Leads in NH Congressional, Senate Races 4/29/2010, UNH Survey Center

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NH Approves of Afghanistan Surge 2/16/2010, UNH Survey Center

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Consumer Confidence In New Hampshire Still Bleak 2/10/2010, UNH Survey Center

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Lynch Approval Ratings Slip Slightly, Jobs And Economy Top Concern 2/9/2010, UNH Survey Center

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GOP Prospects Looking Good in NH Congressional, Senate Races 2/8/2010, UNH Survey Center

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Obama Continues to Lose Support in New Hampshire 2/4/2010, UNH Survey Center

Submissions from 2009

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New Hampshire Consumers Slightly Less Pessimistic 10/8/2009, UNH Survey Center

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Obama Steadily Losing Popularity in NH 10/7/2009, UNH Survey Center

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Despite Economy and Budget, Lynch Remains Popular in NH 10/6/2009, UNH Survey Center

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Ayotte Still Leads in NH Senate Race but Few Voters Decided 10/5/2009, UNH Survey Center

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Continued Pessimism About NH and US Economy 7/7/2009, UNH Survey Center

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Approval Ratings for Governor Lynch Slip, Economy and State Budget Top Problems 7/3/2009, UNH Survey Center

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NH Senate Race Up For Grabs, Almost 90% of Voters Not Decided 7/2/2009, UNH Survey Center

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New Hampshire is Wired - Nearly 90% Have Internet at Home 6/1/2009, UNH Survey Center

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New Hampshire Congressional Favorability Ratings 5/4/2009, UNH Survey Center

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New Hampshire Thinks U.S. is on the Right Track After Obama's First 100 Days 4/27/2009, UNH Survey Center

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Lynch Maintains High Approval, Public Supports Extending Term of Office 4/23/2009, UNH Survey Center

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Social Issues Divide NH 4/22/2009, UNH Survey Center

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NH Supports Obama on Iraq, Concerned About Afghanistan 2/24/2009, UNH Survey Center