12/19 Conservative Intel poll of #MSSen GOP primary

Conservative Intel/Harper Poll
Mississippi Republican Primary, 2014
Dec. 17-18, 2013
Sample: 710 likely GOP primary voters.
Margin of Error: +/-3.68% 

Crosstabs here.

Now, I am going to read you a list of names. Please indicate whether you have a favorable or unfavorable opinion of each.

Phil Bryant

Favorable 80.56%
Unfavorable 6.20%
Never heard of him 4.37%
Heard of him but have no opinion 8.87%

Thad Cochran

Favorable 64.10%
Unfavorable 27.92%
Never heard of him 0.71%
Heard of him but have no opinion 7.26%

 Roger Wicker

Favorable 75.53%
Unfavorable 16.64%
Never heard of him 0.85%
Heard of him but have no opinion 6.97%

Chris McDaniel

Favorable 33.05%
Unfavorable 16.60%
Never heard of him 28.37%
Heard of him but have no opinion 21.99%

Q: In a primary election for U.S. Senate, which of the following Republicans would you most likely support: Thad Cochran or Chris McDaniel?

Cochran 54.37%
McDaniel 31.41%
Not sure 14.23%

Q: If the 2016 Republican Presidential primary election were held today, who would you most likely support: Chris Christie, Ted Cruz, Bobby Jindal, Rand Paul, Marco Rubio, Paul Ryan, Rick Santorum or Scott Walker?

Christie 15.72%
Cruz 15.58%
Jindal 9.49%
Paul 14.45%
Rubio 10.34%
Ryan 11.61%
Santorum 3.97%
Walker 1.70%
Not sure 17.14%

Q: Do Republican leaders in Congress cooperate with President Obama and Democrats too much, too little, or about the right amount?

Too much 45.31%
Too little 16.74%
About the right amount 23.52%
Not sure 14.43%

Q: Do you approve or disapprove of the Republican-led government shutdown in October over Obamacare?

Approve 65.67%
Disapprove 23.69%
Not sure 10.64%

Q: Would you be more likely to support a Republican candidate who identifies with the Tea Party or a Republican candidate who does not identify with the Tea Party?

Tea Party Republican 55.23%
Non-Tea Party Republican 28.95%
Not sure 15.82%

Q: Do you support the goals and ideals of the Tea Party?

Yes 59.38%
No 13.40%
Not sure 27.22%

Party Affiliation

Republican 77.68%
Democrat 0.00%
Independent or any other party 22.32%


Very Conservative 55.92%
Somewhat Conservative 32.96%
Moderate 9.01%
Liberal 0.99%



Female 50.99%
Male 49.01%


18 – 35 3.71%
36 – 50 7.13%
51 – 65 28.10%
66 and older 61.06%