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  ccAdvertising Survey in Illinois - October 2nd, 2010
On Saturday, October 2nd, 2010, ccAdvertising completed surveys to landline and mobile phones in Illinois regarding several competitive political races in the state. ccAdvertising examined voter preferences on the Congressional races in Illinois's 10th, 11th, 14th & 17th districts. Based on the results, Republican enthusiasm for the election is high in Illinois as is evidenced by the high self-identification of Republican voters surveyed.

*Please see the attached PDF for more detailed breakouts and information on each of the races.
  Illinois' 10th District - (Dold +9.38)
In the race for Congress, Republican Bold Dold has a 9.38% lead over Democrat Dan Seals. Dold received the support of 43.00% of respondents while Seals received 33.62% and 23.38% were undecided.

President Obama's favorability rating stands at 44.71%.

When asked party identification, 40.16% of respondents are Republican, 26.83% are Democrat and 33.01% are Independent.

In addition, the survey measured voters' preferences on recent national issues. Support of the Tea Party movement is at 19.68% in the district while 55.18% believe that Congress should repeal the healthcare bill, 51.79% of respondents are pro-life, 54.79% are traditional marriage supporters and 57.42% are Second Amendment supporters.

Demographically, of all the survey respondents asked, 56.13% are male and 61.47% are 50 years of age or older. 2,499 respondents participated in this survey. The margin of error is +/-3%.
  Illinois' 11th District - (Kinzinger +12.33)
In the race for Congress, Republican Adam Kinzinger has a 12.33% lead over incumbent Democrat Debbie Halvorson. Kinzinger received the support of 45.85% of respondents while Halvorson received 33.52% and 20.63% were undecided.

President Obama's favorability rating stands at 38.93%.

When asked party identification, 41.59% of respondents are Republican, 27.69% are Democrat and 30.73% are Independent.

In addition, the survey measured voters' preferences on recent national issues. Support of the Tea Party movement is at 22.03% in the district while 58.39% believe that Congress should repeal the healthcare bill, 68.67% of respondents are pro-life, 73.01% are traditional marriage supporters and 74.13% are Second Amendment supporters.

Demographically, of all the survey respondents asked, 44.30% are male and 63.98% are 50 years of age or older. 2,101 respondents participated in this survey. The margin of error is +/-3%.
  Illinois' 14th District - (Hultgren +7.98)
In the race for Congress, Republican Randy Hultgren has a 7.98% lead over incumbent Democrat Bill Foster. Hultgren received the support of 43.40% of respondents while Foster received 35.42% and 21.18% were undecided.

President Obama's favorability rating stands at 41.23%.

When asked party identification, 39.64% of respondents are Republican, 25.06% are Democrat and 35.29% are Independent.

In addition, the survey measured voters' preferences on recent national issues. Support of the Tea Party movement is at 21.36% in the district while 57.14% believe that Congress should repeal the healthcare bill, 63.83% of respondents are pro-life, 64.37% are traditional marriage supporters and 63.78% are Second Amendment supporters.

Demographically, of all the survey respondents asked, 44.11% are male and 64.86% are 50 years of age or older. 1,478 respondents participated in this survey. The margin of error is +/-3%.
  Illinois' 17th District - (Schilling +18.59)
In the race for Congress, Republican Bobby Schilling has a 18.59% lead over incumbent Democrat Phil Hare. Schilling received the support of 49.89% of respondents while Hare received 31.30% and 18.81% were undecided.

President Obama's favorability rating stands at 40.10%.

When asked party identification, 43.15% of respondents are Republican, 28.11% are Democrat and 28.74% are Independent.

In addition, the survey measured voters' preferences on recent national issues. Support of the Tea Party movement is at 25.72% in the district while 61.28% believe that Congress should repeal the healthcare bill, 69.54% of respondents are pro-life, 75.98% are traditional marriage supporters and 77.30% are Second Amendment supporters.

Demographically, of all the survey respondents asked, 45.56% are male and 69.70% are 50 years of age or older. 2,405 respondents participated in this survey. The margin of error is +/-3%.
  About ccAdvertising
ccAdvertising is a leader in the communications industry, providing artificially intelligent personalized telephone surveys to commercial, political, congressional and non-profit clients. ccAdvertising surveys use interactive voice response technology (no pushing buttons) to conduct political polling and public opinion polls, to collect valuable information on respondents, to educate and notify respondents regarding current and relevant issues, to generate leads (sales leads, donor and volunteer acquisition), and to communicate with large numbers of people in a meaningful way.

Using an extensive and accurate database of homes in America, ccAdvertising is able to provide quality surveys targeted to individuals based on demographic and geographic parameters. All data collected is provided back to clients in an easy to understand and useful format. Clients can obtain, for their unlimited use, mobile phone numbers identified, which can be used to direct phones to video or audio as well as other uses of traditional political calling including surveys and Get Out The Vote (GOTV) messages.

Located in the Washington, D.C. metro area, ccAdvertising has built a customer base of prominent political, lobbying, commercial, and non-profit organizations. ccAdvertising is a division of AIC Communications and operates under several DBAs, including Election Research, Political Research and FEC Research.

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