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The Kojo Nnamdi/Washington City Paper 2012 Election Poll

The Kojo Nnamdi/Washington City Paper 2012 Election Poll

The Coolest Political Poll D.C.'s Ever Seen

Weeks before Election Day, the race for the non-Democratic at-large seat on the D.C. Council is tightening, according to a new Kojo Nnamdi Show-Washington City Paper poll. The poll — conducted through an automated phone survey of 1,222 registered likely DC voters — also covers a wide range of political and quality of life questions facing the District. It reveals a city divided on issues such as traffic cameras and recent ethics scandals in local government. But the survey also reveals emerging consensus across neighborhoods and racial lines around issues like taxis, Metro and a new D.C. United stadium. The survey was conducted by Public Policy Polling from Oct. 12, 2012, to Oct. 14, 2012. It has a margin of error of plus-or-minus 2.8 percentage points.

Explore our poll results by selecting a question from the list on the left, or graphing two questions to compare their relationships. Click "Flip Graph" to see the data a different way. Please note that the margin of error of combined graphs may be substantially higher than that of the main questions.
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