March 25, 2014
Americans for Prosperity-Maine and the Foundation for Government Accountability commissioned a poll of 581 likely voters in the State of Maine between Tuesday, March 11 and Monday, March 24. Likely voters were defined as having participated in three or more of the last four statewide elections and were randomly selected for participation from a database of registered voters. The poll was conducted using interactive voice response (IVR) automated telephone calls and has a margin of error of 4.1%.
The poll was conducted by the public affairs consultant Action Point Campaigns, which subcontracted for the polling services with CMS, Inc., an Arlington, Virginia-based firm. A random sample of likely voters was polled, with “likely voter” status being assigned to those voters with high participation rates in the past several general elections.
See complete poll results here