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 2004

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Kerry Still Leads in New Hampshire 5/04/2004, UNH Survey Center

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NH - Make Canadian Prescriptions Legal 4/30/2004, UNH Survey Center

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Benson Has Early Lead 4/29/2004, UNH Survey Center

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NH Incumbents in Good Position for November Election 3/10/2004, UNH Survey Center

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Confidence in Economy Inches Up 3/3/2004, UNH Survey Center

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Jobs/Economy Most Important Issue in NH 2/25/2004, UNH Survey Center

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Bush Approval At Record Low 2/18/2004, UNH Survey Center

Submissions from 2003

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NH Economic Outlook Unchanged 10/21/2003, UNH Survey Center

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Consumer Confidence Charts 10/20/2003, UNH Survey Center

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Dean Opens Wide Lead in NH 10/14/2003, UNH Survey Center

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Bush Approval Continues to Decline 10/9/2003, UNH Survey Center

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Gregg's Support Strong 7/23/2003, UNH Survey Center

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Bush Approval Drops After Iraq War 7/9/2003, UNH Survey Center

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Kerry/Dean Lead Tight Field in NH 7/7/2003, UNH Survey Center

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Benson Approval Rises During Budget Debate 7/2/2003, UNH Survey Center

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Consumer Confidence in NH Surges 5/13/2003, UNH Survey Center

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Benson Off to Modest Start 5/8/2003, UNH Survey Center

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Support for Bush Up With War Success 4/28/2003, UNH Survey Center

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NH Consumer Expectations Bearish 2/25/2003, UNH Survey Center

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Bush Approval Slips, Tepid Support for Iraq Invasion 2/18/2003, UNH Survey Center

Submissions from 2002

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Benson Pulling Away from GOP Field for NH Governor 7/03/2002, UNH Survey Center

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Senate Race Tightening 7/02/2002, UNH Survey Center

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Shaheen Support Remains Steady, Education Funding Still Seen As Biggest Problem 5/16/2002, UNH Survey Center

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Bush Approval Slides Slightly, But Support Remains High 4/30/2002, UNH Survey Center

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Sununu Pulls Away from Smith 4/22/2002, UNH Survey Center

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NH - Six Month After 9/11 3/11/2002, UNH Survey Center

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Shaheen Approval Steady 2/21/2002, UNH Survey Center

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Bush Approval Remains High 2/18/2002, UNH Survey Center

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Little Change in U.S. Senate Race in NH 2/12/2002, UNH Survey Center

Submissions from 2001

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Tight Race for U.S. Senate in NH 11/14/2001, UNH Survey Center