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Maryland Politics, 2009: The Telephone Poll

January 12, 2009


I received a call on my cell phone early this evening, from an unidentified number. Curiosity prompts me to answer mystery callers, when I have the time. This caller was taking a political poll. Did I have time to answer a few questions?  Probably, I said. Did I vote in the recent presidential election?  Of […]

Slots In Maryland — Uncertainty

October 22, 2008


The Washington Post is reporting that its latest poll shows 62 percent of likely Maryland voters support slot machines, and 36 percent are opposed. The poll finds only 2 percent undecided. These findings contrast with the Gonzales poll in early September, which found 49 percent supporting slots and 43 percent opposing. The vote on Nov. […]

Maryland Slot-Machine Referendum Outlook

September 10, 2008


Voters are having second thoughts about reintroducing slot machines in Maryland. A new statewide poll by Gonzales Research & Marketing Strategies finds that support for slots has dropped five points this year, falling below the 50 percent line. Opposition to slots has increased five points. The Gonzales survey of 833 likely voters showed 49 percent […]