January 22, 1992

New Hampshire and The Nation

A Comparative Survey of Political Values and Attitudes

Report Summary

In New Hampshire the President’s approval ratings are in the thirties, satisfaction with the nation’s course is in the teen’s and nearly half the state’s voters describe economic conditions as a depression. Yet, George Bush leads Pat Buchanan by a 66% to 20% margin among likely Republican voters, and the entire electorate divides evenly between George Bush and a nameless Democrat when questioned about its November voting intentions.