MISSISSIPPI STATEWIDE SURVEY

FINAL

Field Date(s): 4/10/18 – 4/11/18

Intro: Hello. We’re conducting a quick survey of fellow Mississippians this evening and would
like to ask you a few questions about the upcoming elections. All of the information you provide
will be kept confidential. Now let’s get started.

Q1. Are you registered to vote in Mississippi?
Press 1 if yes
Press 2 if no [THANK AND TERMINATE]

Yes 1000 100.00%

No 0 0.00%

Q2. How likely are you to vote in the upcoming elections in 2018?
Press 1 for Very Likely
Press 2 for Somewhat Likely
Press 3 for Not Likely [THANK AND TERMINATE]

Very Likely 898 89.80%

Somewhat Likely 102 10.20%

Not Likely 0 0.00%

Q3. For statistical purposes only, please indicate your gender.
Press 1 for Male
Press 2 for Female

Male 335 33.50%

Female 665 66.50%

Q4. In politics today do you consider yourself to be a Republican, a Democrat, an Independent
or something else?
Press 1 for Republican
Press 2 for Democrat
Press 3 for Independent or something else

Republican 446 44.60%

Democrat 446 44.60%

Independent 108 10.80%
This poll was conducted for Y’all Politics by Triumph Campaigns. Fielded 4/10 and 4/11, this was an
IVR poll with 1,000 respondents. Results have not been weighted.
Q5. We’d like to ask you what you think about the following political figures. After each one, let
us know if you have a favorable or unfavorable impression.
Let’s start with Roger Wicker.
Press 1 if you have a favorable impression
Press 2 if you have an unfavorable impression
Press 3 if you are undecided or don’t know him

Favorable 445 44.50%

Unfavorable 257 25.70%

Undecided 298 29.80%

Q6. Cindy Hyde-Smith
Press 1 if you have a favorable impression
Press 2 if you have an unfavorable impression
Press 3 if you are undecided or don’t know her

Favorable 319 31.90%

Unfavorable 155 15.50%

Undecided 526 52.60%

Q7. Chris McDaniel
Press 1 if you have a favorable impression
Press 2 if you have an unfavorable impression
Press 3 if you are undecided or don’t know him

Favorable 178 17.80%

Unfavorable 415 41.50%

Undecided 407 40.70%

Q8. Mike Espy
Press 1 if you have a favorable impression
Press 2 if you have an unfavorable impression
Press 3 if you are undecided or don’t know him

Favorable 357 35.70%

Unfavorable 257 25.70%

Undecided 386 38.60%

This poll was conducted for Y’all Politics by Triumph Campaigns. Fielded 4/10 and 4/11, this was an
IVR poll with 1,000 respondents. Results have not been weighted.
Q9. Jason Shelton
Press 1 if you have a favorable impression
Press 2 if you have an unfavorable impression
Press 3 if you are undecided or don’t know him

Favorable 112 11.20%

Unfavorable 115 11.50%

Undecided 773 77.30%

(Self-identified Republican primary voters only)
Q10. Thank you. Now thinking about the race for U.S. Senate, for whom would you vote if the
candidates were Roger Wicker and Chris McDaniel? (rotate)
Press 1 for Roger Wicker
Press 2 for Chris McDaniel
Press 3 if you are undecided

Wicker 295 66.10%

McDaniel 69 15.50%

Undecided 82 18.40%

(Self-identified Republican primary voters only)
Q11. Still thinking about the race for U.S. Senate, for whom would you vote if the candidates
were Roger Wicker and Richard Boyanton? (rotate)
Press 1 for Roger Wicker
Press 2 for Richard Boyanton
Press 3 if you are undecided

Wicker 303 67.90%

Boyanton 43 9.60%

Undecided 100 22.40%

This poll was conducted for Y’all Politics by Triumph Campaigns. Fielded 4/10 and 4/11, this was an
IVR poll with 1,000 respondents. Results have not been weighted.
(Self-identified Democrat primary voters only)
Q12. Still thinking about the race for U.S. Senate, for whom would you vote if the candidates
were David Baria, Jensen Bohren, Omeria Scott, and Howard Sherman?
Press 1 for David Baria
Press 2 for Jensen Bohren
Press 3 for Omeria Scott
Press 4 for Howard Sherman
Press 5 if you are undecided

Baria 29 6.50%

Bohren 16 3.60%

Scott 38 8.50%

Sherman 10 2.20%

Undecided 353 79.10%

Q13. What if your choices in the race in November were limited to the Republican, Roger
Wicker, and the Democrat, David Baria?
Press 1 for Roger Wicker
Press 2 for David Baria
Press 3 if you are undecided

Wicker 481 48.10%

Baria 313 31.30%

Undecided 206 20.60%

Q14. Now thinking about the special election to replace Senator Thad Cochran in November,
for whom would you vote if the candidates were Republican Cindy Hyde-Smith, Republican
Chris McDaniel, Democrat Mike Espy and Democrat Jason Shelton?
Press 1 for Cindy Hyde-Smith
Press 2 for Chris McDaniel
Press 3 for Mike Espy
Press 4 for Jason Shelton
Press 5 if you are undecided

Hyde-Smith 330 33.00%

McDaniel 128 12.80%

Espy 331 33.10%

Shelton 62 6.20%

Undecided 149 14.90%

This poll was conducted for Y’all Politics by Triumph Campaigns. Fielded 4/10 and 4/11, this was an
IVR poll with 1,000 respondents. Results have not been weighted.
Q15. What if your choices in the race to replace Senator Thad Cochran in November were
limited to Cindy Hyde-Smith and Mike Espy?
Press 1 for Cindy Hyde-Smith
Press 2 for Mike Espy
Press 3 if you are undecided

Hyde-Smith 416 41.60%

Espy 358 35.80%

undecided 226 22.60%

Q16. What if your choices in the race to replace Senator Thad Cochran in November were
limited to Mike Espy and Chris McDaniel?
Press 1 for Mike Espy
Press 2 for Chris McDaniel
Press 3 if you are undecided

Espy 432 43.20%

McDaniel 236 23.60%

Undecided 332 33.20%

Q17. Do you approve or disapprove of the job that President Donald Trump is doing?
Press 1 if you approve
Press 2 if you disapprove
Press 3 if you are undecided

Approve 457 45.70%

Disapprove 411 41.10%

Undecided 132 13.20%

Q18. Does President Donald Trump’s support of a candidate make you more likely or less likely
to vote for that candidate?
Press 1 if more likely
Press 2 if less likely
Press 3 if it makes no difference

More likely 318 31.80%

Less likely 367 36.70%

Makes no difference 315 31.50%

This poll was conducted for Y’all Politics by Triumph Campaigns. Fielded 4/10 and 4/11, this was an
IVR poll with 1,000 respondents. Results have not been weighted.
Q19. Does Cindy Hyde-Smith’s appointment as the first woman to serve as US Senator from
Mississippi make you much more likely, somewhat more likely, somewhat less likely, or much
less likely to vote for her, or does gender not make a difference in your vote?

Press 1 for much more likely to support
Press 2 for somewhat more likely to support
Press 3 for somewhat less likely to support
Press 4 for much less likely to support
Press 5 if it does not make a difference

Much more likely 366 36.60%

Somewhat more likely 248 24.80%

Somewhat less likely 191 19.10%

Much less likely 24 2.40%

Makes no difference 171 17.10%

Q20. For statistical purposes only, what is your race?
Press 1 if you are white
Press 2 if you are black or African American
Press 3 if you are Hispanic or Latino
Press 4 if you are of another ethnic group
White 610 61.00%

Black 321 32.10%

Hispanic 13 1.30%

Another ethnic group 56 5.60%

Q21. Again for statistical purposes, what is your age range?
Press 1 for age 18 to 34
Press 2 for age 35 to 54
Press 3 for age 55 to 64
Press 4 for age 65 plus

18 to 34 21 2.10%

35 to 54 101 10.10%

55 to 64 235 23.50%

65 plus 643 64.30%

Thank you for your time. That concludes our survey.

This poll was conducted for Y’all Politics by Triumph Campaigns. Fielded 4/10 and 4/11, this was an
IVR poll with 1,000 respondents. Results have not been weighted.