Source: The Morning Consult.
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So sample frame?
Sample selection method?
You just need to look into the original post to find the data you are asking to see.
This poll was conducted from February 22-25, 2014, among a national sample of 1,785 registered voters 65 years and older on traditional Medicare or a Medicare Advantage plan. The interviews were conducted online by Survey Sampling International, Inc. The data were weighted to approximate a target sample of senior registered voters based on age, race/ethnicity, gender, educational attainment, and region. Results from the full survey have a margin of error of plus or minus two percentage points.
I got it. Thanks
Yes, thank you Don
So most seniors do not like ACA..
What’s to like
But I think political leaning may play a more important role.
You can get this conclusion from Figure II
Slightly more than half of likely senior voters—53 percent—said they trusted the Republican Party more on Medicare issues, while 47 percent said they trusted Democrats more on Medicare.
That blows my mind
I am curious about how many seniors use internet very often. This survey is of online version.
Maybe because they are more conservative they blindly trust one side? Honestly, the Dems are much more likely to give them handouts
I don’t trust the Dems 47% – I trust them zero.
They seem to love handouts though
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