A new Elway Poll indicates strong support for two initiatives to the Legislature on the November ballot that would aid initiative signature gatherers, and require labeling of genetically-engineered food. The poll of 406 registered voters, which has a margin of error of plus or minus 5 percentage points, found that 58 percent of the people surveyed supported…More
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A new poll by Stuart Elway indicates the “fiscal cliff” debate in Washington, D.C., made Washington voters more pessimistic about the future. Elway checks voter outlook periodically, based on a four point scale. His latest poll surveyed 411 registered voters and has a margin of error of plus or minus five percentage points. More
If you are looking to polling to predict whether four Washington ballot measures are likely to pass this November, the latest Elway Poll offers a giant question mark. There’s nothing wrong with the polling. It’s just that three ballot measures — the tax limitation measure, gay marriage and marijuana legalization — all are hovering around 50…More
Good Morning: Republican bench: It seems premature, but political analysts are looking at the latest, and, for the moment, Democratic-leaning polls, and wondering if Republican gubernatorial candidate Rob McKenna might lose to Democrat Jay Inslee in the governor’s race, if Reagan Dunn, another Republican, may come up short in November compared with Democrat Bob Ferguson, in…More
Corrected version The latest Elway Poll is out this morning. And it doubles down on an earlier KING-TV SurveyUSA poll earlier this week that showed Democratic President Obama way out in front of Republican Mitt Romney in Washington state. Elway’s poll shows Obama 17 points ahead of Romney in our state — 53 percent to 36 percent…More
A new poll by Stuart Elway suggests most of the major measures on the November ballot could be in trouble. While the measures on same-sex marriage, tax limits, charter schools and marijuana legalization are leading in the polls, only one of them – Tim Eyman’s initiative requiring a two-thirds vote in the Legislature to increase taxes…More