The Nelson A. Rockefeller Center for Public Policy and the Social Sciences

Perspectives from New Hampshire on the Economy and Other Policy Issues

An Analysis of the Rockefeller Center’s 2010 “State of the State” Poll
PRS Briefs
PRS Policy Brief 1011-02
December 16, 2010
Ashley
Afranie-Sakyi
Lindsay
Brewer
Caroline
Buck
Jae
Hyuk
Chang
Rick
D'Amato
Mike
Danaher
Troy
Dildine
Marissa
Greco
Grace
Hart
Soo
Jee
Lee
Austin
Major
Virginia
Miller
Kali
Montecalvo
Alexi
Pappas
Alina
Politzer
Galen
M.
Pospisil
Katie
Schade
Michael
Sanchez
Zachary
Schwartz
Roanna
Wang
Melanie
Wilcox
Eric
Yang
Alexandra
Mahler-Haug
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Executive Summary

This report on the Nelson A. Rockefeller Center’s third annual “State of the State” poll captures the opinions of New Hampshire residents in regards to economic, budgetary, environmental, and social policy issues and other questions. In addition to reporting the overall opinions on these subject areas as reflected directly in the poll results, this report also examines how different demographic variables such as age, education, income, party affiliation, and media consumption influenced respondents’ answers. However, very few overall trends emerged from these examinations of demographics, as different variables correlated with answers to different types of questions.

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