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Oklahomans polled on 5 of 9 state questions for 2010 ballot

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January 26, 2010

TULSA, Oklahoma: In a survey conducted by and powered by Tulsa World, 621 likely Oklahoma voters were polled on 5 of the 9 statewide ballot questions that will appear on the November 2, 2010 ballot.[1]

The poll, conducted via telephone during the dates of January 2-5, 2010, included only registered voters in the state, and surveyed 325 Democrats, 267 Republicans, 28 Independents and one Libertarian. According to reports, the margin of error was plus or minus 3.93 percentage points. The results of the poll follow:

State Question 744

  • Support:61%
  • Oppose:23%
  • DK/Refuse:16%

State Question 747

  • Support:76%
  • Oppose:17%
  • DK/Refuse:7%

State Question 750

  • Support:38%
  • Oppose:45%
  • DK/Refuse:17%

State Question 751

  • Support:83%
  • Oppose:13%
  • DK/Refuse:4%

State Question 754

  • Support:22%
  • Oppose:57%
  • DK/Refuse:21%

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