Gravis Marketing, a nonpartisan research firm, conducted a random survey of 563 registered voters in the state of Tennessee.
It was conducted from December 11th through the 12th and was administered using interactive voice responses and an online panel of cell phone users. The poll in question asked politically based questions, including those concerning the state and nation.
Among the questions asked, was who the participants voted for in the 2016 election. 58% of those surveyed voted for Donald Trump and 36% voted for Hillary Clinton. 2% in turn voted for Gary Johnson and 1% voted for Jill Stein. 3% didn’t vote at all in the election last year.
When asked whether they approved or disapproved of President Trump’s overall job performance, 52% said they approved, whereas 41% disapproved and 7% were uncertain.
Participants were asked whether they approved or disapproved of Governor Bill Haslam’s job performance. 39% approved of his performance, whereas 32% disapproved and 29% were uncertain.
Those surveyed were asked if the U.S. Senate race were held today who they would vote for. Phil Bredesen received 42% and Marsha Blackburn received 40%. 18% of those surveyed were uncertain who they’d vote for at the present time.
They were also asked if the U.S. Senate election were held today, if they would vote for Democrat Phil Bredesen or Republican Peyton Manning. Manning is a former quarterback that is quite famous. Manning received 44% in this scenario and Bredesen received 39%, while 17% were uncertain of their choice.
When asked what their political ideology was, those surveyed had a wide range of responses. 30% identified as very conservative and 31% identified as somewhat conservative. 22% said they were moderate, and 10% said they were somewhat liberal, whereas 7% said they were very liberal.