A citywide survey of 491 Providence residents conducted September 29-30, 2007 also finds support for public assistance work requirements.
Public Opinion Polls
A statewide survey of 475 registered Rhode Island voters conducted January 27, 2007 also finds Clinton favored over Republican opponents in the general election.
A citywide survey of 403 Providence residents conducted October 14-17, 2006 also finds 62 percent think Mayor Cicilline is doing a good job and 64 percent feel the city is headed in the right direction.
A statewide survey of 578 likely Rhode Island voters conducted September 16-18, 2006 also finds a majority of voters opposed to amending the state constitution to build a gambling casino in West Warwick.
A statewide survey of 719 Rhode Island voters conducted June 24-26, 2006 also finds Governor Don Carcieri with a 5-percentage point lead over Lt. Governor Charles Fogarty and voters opposed to amending the state constitution to build a gambling casino in West Warwick.
A statewide survey of 785 Rhode Island voters conducted February 4-6, 2006 also finds Governor Don Carcieri with a 11-percentage point lead over Lt.
A statewide survey of 449 Rhode Island voters conducted September 10-11, 2005 finds that U.S. Senator Lincoln Chafee leads Cranston Mayor Stephen Laffey in the campaign for the Republican Senatorial nomination, while former Rhode Island Attorney General Sheldon Whitehouse is ahead of Secretary of State Matt Brown for the Democratic nomination.
A statewide survey of 470 Rhode Island voters conducted June 25-27, 2005 finds that former Rhode Island Attorney General Sheldon Whitehouse would give incumbent Lincoln Chafee a competitive run in a U.S.
A statewide survey of 384 Rhode Island voters conducted February 12-13, 2005 finds Representative James Langevin would lead Senator Lincoln Chafee in a U.S. Senate race, and Governor Don Carcieri leads all challengers. In sports, one-third of Rhode Islanders expect the Red Sox to repeat as World Series champions; Red Sox fans outnumber Yankees fans six to one; and a majority considers the Patriots a dynasty and expects another Super Bowl victory.
A public opinion survey of 432 adults in Providence indicates that more than two-thirds of city residents are not worried about a terrorist attack harming them or a family member next year. Twenty-eight percent say they keep emergency supplies on hand, and 41 percent say they try to watch out for people who look or act like terrorists.