COUNTRY HEADED IN RIGHT DIRECTION? OR WRONG DIRECTION? (AS OF 10/20/05)
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COUNTRY HEADED IN RIGHT DIRECTION? OR WRONG DIRECTION? (Released 10/20/05)
SORTED BY 'RIGHT DIRECTION' IN DESCENDING ORDER
10/20/2005 Net
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# State '04 ECV Right Wrong
1 Utah Bush 47% 48% -1% Utah Direction of Country
2 Alaska Bush 44% 51% -7% Alaska Direction of Country
3 Idaho Bush 41% 53% -12% Idaho Direction of Country
3 Wyoming Bush 41% 54% -13% Wyoming Direction of Country
5 Nebraska Bush 40% 55% -15% Nebraska Direction of Country
6 North Dakota Bush 37% 56% -19% North Dakota Direction of Country
6 Oklahoma Bush 37% 58% -21% Oklahoma Direction of Country
8 Colorado Bush 36% 61% -25% Colorado Direction of Country
8 Georgia Bush 36% 61% -25% Georgia Direction of Country
8 Hawaii Kerry 36% 57% -21% Hawaii Direction of Country
11 Louisiana Bush 35% 59% -24% Louisiana Direction of Country
11 Mississippi Bush 35% 59% -24% Mississippi Direction of Country
13 Kentucky Bush 34% 61% -27% Kentucky Direction of Country
13 New Mexico Bush 34% 61% -27% New Mexico Direction of Country
13 Texas Bush 34% 62% -28% Texas Direction of Country
16 Alabama Bush 33% 62% -29% Alabama Direction of Country
16 Kansas Bush 33% 62% -29% Kansas Direction of Country
16 Montana Bush 33% 62% -29% Montana Direction of Country
16 Nevada Bush 33% 64% -31% Nevada Direction of Country
20 Arizona Bush 32% 63% -31% Arizona Direction of Country
20 South Dakota Bush 32% 63% -31% South Dakota Direction of Country
20 Tennessee Bush 32% 64% -32% Tennessee Direction of Country
23 Florida Bush 31% 63% -32% Florida Direction of Country
23 Virginia Bush 31% 65% -34% Virginia Direction of Country
25 Indiana Bush 30% 65% -35% Indiana Direction of Country
26 Minnesota Kerry 29% 67% -38% Minnesota Direction of Country
26 Missouri Bush 29% 67% -38% Missouri Direction of Country
26 New Hampshire Kerry 29% 66% -37% New Hampshire Direction of Country
26 North Carolina Bush 29% 65% -36% North Carolina Direction of Country
30 California Kerry 28% 67% -39% California Direction of Country
30 Ohio Bush 28% 69% -41% Ohio Direction of Country
30 South Carolina Bush 28% 67% -39% South Carolina Direction of Country
30 Washington Kerry 28% 66% -38% Washington Direction of Country
30 Wisconsin Kerry 28% 69% -41% Wisconsin Direction of Country
35 Arkansas Bush 27% 69% -42% Arkansas Direction of Country
35 Connecticut Kerry 27% 68% -41% Connecticut Direction of Country
35 Maryland Kerry 27% 68% -41% Maryland Direction of Country
35 New Jersey Kerry 27% 68% -41% New Jersey Direction of Country
39 Delaware Kerry 26% 70% -44% Delaware Direction of Country
39 Iowa Bush 26% 70% -44% Iowa Direction of Country
39 Oregon Kerry 26% 68% -42% Oregon Direction of Country
39 Pennsylvania Kerry 26% 69% -43% Pennsylvania Direction of Country
39 West Virginia Bush 26% 69% -43% West Virginia Direction of Country
44 Illinois Kerry 25% 70% -45% Illinois Direction of Country
45 Massachusetts Kerry 24% 73% -49% Massachusetts Direction of Country
45 New York Kerry 24% 70% -46% New York Direction of Country
45 Rhode Island Kerry 24% 74% -50% Rhode Island Direction of Country
48 Michigan Kerry 23% 74% -51% Michigan Direction of Country
48 Vermont Kerry 23% 73% -50% Vermont Direction of Country
50 Maine Kerry 22% 74% -52% Maine Direction of Country
Weighted Average 29% 66% -36%  
('Weighted Average' means each state is weighted proportionally to its share of USA population. For example,
California, the most populated state, is given 71 times the weight of WY the least populated state, in a weighted avg.)
Unweighted Average 31% 64% -33%  
('Unweighted Average' means each state is given equal weight; population density is not taken into account).
2005 SurveyUSA. All Rights Reserved.
600 adults age 18+ in each of the 50 states were interviewed by SurveyUSA 10/14/05 to 10/16/05. You must credit SurveyUSA of Verona NJ if you broadcast, print, or cite these results in whole or part. Click on each state to open link which contains the margin of sampling error for each state, a complete statement of methodology and fully crosstabbed data.