St. Petersburg Surveys
 
August 27, 2013 City of St. Petersburg Election Survey

Telephone survey of returned mail ballot voters within the City of St Petersburg, conducted through August 27th, 2013:

In our August 27th St. Petersburg primary election returned mail ballot poll, we asked about the Pier ballot question and the primary race for Mayor. Only those voters who answered that they had returned their mail ballot were asked the questions.

Total people polled: 738

These results were scientifically weighted by political party, race and age.
Margin of error: 3.6% at a 95% confidence level


In the race for Mayor of St. Petersburg, did you vote for Anthony Cates, Paul Congemi, Kathleen Ford, Bill Foster or Rick Kriseman?
    Cates:              2.2%
    Congemmi:      1.3%
    Ford:              20.1%
    Foster:           37.3%
    Kriseman:      37.0%
    Undervote:       2.0%

On the new Pier ballot question, did you vote in favor of the ordinance to cancel the contract with Michael Maltzan to build the Lens Pier?
    Yes:             61.7%
    No:               35.7%
    Undervote:     2.6%



DETAILED DEMOGRAPHIC BREAKDOWNS (non-weighted percentages):



In the race for Mayor of St. Petersburg, did you vote for Anthony Cates, Paul Congemi, Kathleen Ford, Bill Foster or Rick Kriseman?   738 responses
Cates: 2.2%   Congemi: 1.4%   Ford: 20.1%   Foster: 37.3%   Kriseman: 37.1%   Did not vote: 2.0%                
  Political Party Breakdown:
      Democratic Party   335 responses
      Cates:   2.4%     Congemi:   1.2%   Ford:   19.4%     Foster:   24.2%     Kriseman:   51.3%     Did not vote:   1.5%                
      Republican Party   270 responses
      Cates:   2.2%     Congemi:   0.7%   Ford:   20.4%     Foster:   55.9%     Kriseman:   20.4%     Did not vote:   0.4%                
      Independent Voter   133 responses
      Cates:   1.5%     Congemi:   3.0%   Ford:   21.1%     Foster:   32.3%     Kriseman:   35.3%     Did not vote:   6.8%                
  Race Breakdown:
      White, Not Hispanic   616 responses
      Cates:   1.6%     Congemi:   1.3%   Ford:   19.5%     Foster:   38.3%     Kriseman:   37.5%     Did not vote:   1.8%                
      Black, Not Hispanic   90 responses
      Cates:   5.6%     Congemi:   2.2%   Ford:   22.2%     Foster:   28.9%     Kriseman:   40.0%     Did not vote:   1.1%                
      Asian or Pacific Islander   3 responses
      Cates:   33.3%     Congemi:  0%   Ford:   33.3%     Foster:   33.3%     Kriseman:  0%     Did not vote:  0%                
      Hispanic   16 responses
      Cates:  0%     Congemi:  0%   Ford:   6.2%     Foster:   43.8%     Kriseman:   37.5%     Did not vote:   12.5%                
      Other or Unknown   13 responses
      Cates:  0%     Congemi:  0%   Ford:   46.2%     Foster:   38.5%     Kriseman:   7.7%     Did not vote:   7.7%                
  Gender Breakdown:
      Male   308 responses
      Cates:   1.6%     Congemi:   0.6%   Ford:   21.1%     Foster:   37.0%     Kriseman:   36.4%     Did not vote:   3.2%                
      Female   428 responses
      Cates:   2.6%     Congemi:   1.9%   Ford:   19.4%     Foster:   37.1%     Kriseman:   37.9%     Did not vote:   1.2%                
  Age Breakdown:
      18 to 29   23 responses
      Cates:  0%     Congemi:  0%   Ford:   17.4%     Foster:   56.5%     Kriseman:   21.7%     Did not vote:   4.3%                
      30 to 49   113 responses
      Cates:   1.8%     Congemi:  0%   Ford:   21.2%     Foster:   38.9%     Kriseman:   35.4%     Did not vote:   2.7%                
      50 to 69   361 responses
      Cates:   1.7%     Congemi:   1.7%   Ford:   20.5%     Foster:   35.2%     Kriseman:   39.3%     Did not vote:   1.7%                
      70 and up   241 responses
      Cates:   3.3%     Congemi:   1.7%   Ford:   19.1%     Foster:   37.8%     Kriseman:   36.1%     Did not vote:   2.1%                
On the new Pier ballot question, did you vote in favor of the ordinance to cancel the contract with Michael Maltzan to build the Lens Pier?   738 responses
Yes: 61.9%   No: 35.5%   Did not vote: 2.6%                            
  Political Party Breakdown:
      Democratic Party   335 responses
      Yes:   57.3%     No:   38.8%   Did not vote:   3.9%                            
      Republican Party   270 responses
      Yes:   67.4%     No:   31.9%   Did not vote:   0.7%                            
      Independent Voter   133 responses
      Yes:   62.4%     No:   34.6%   Did not vote:   3.0%                            
  Race Breakdown:
      White, Not Hispanic   616 responses
      Yes:   61.9%     No:   36.2%   Did not vote:   1.9%                            
      Black, Not Hispanic   90 responses
      Yes:   65.6%     No:   27.8%   Did not vote:   6.7%                            
      Asian or Pacific Islander   3 responses
      Yes:   33.3%     No:   66.7%   Did not vote:  0%                            
      Hispanic   16 responses
      Yes:   56.2%     No:   43.8%   Did not vote:  0%                            
      Other or Unknown   13 responses
      Yes:   53.8%     No:   38.5%   Did not vote:   7.7%                            
  Gender Breakdown:
      Male   308 responses
      Yes:   58.1%     No:   40.6%   Did not vote:   1.3%                            
      Female   428 responses
      Yes:   65.0%     No:   31.5%   Did not vote:   3.5%                            
  Age Breakdown:
      18 to 29   23 responses
      Yes:   34.8%     No:   60.9%   Did not vote:   4.3%                            
      30 to 49   113 responses
      Yes:   52.2%     No:   46.9%   Did not vote:   0.9%                            
      50 to 69   361 responses
      Yes:   63.7%     No:   35.2%   Did not vote:   1.1%                            
      70 and up   241 responses
      Yes:   66.4%     No:   28.2%   Did not vote:   5.4%                            
 
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