Tennesseans for Conservative Action surveyed 822 Tennesseans on the evenings of August 28 and August 29, 2017 who self-identified as likely to vote in the August 2018 Republican primary. The margin of error is +/- 3.42%.
- Beavers, 5.6%
- Black, 13.9%
- Boyd, 11.6%
- Harwell, 7.4%
- Lee, 3.3%
- White, 0.7%
- Undecided, 57.4%
ON THE ISSUES
Our findings indicate that 50% voters support education savings accounts and 14.4% oppose them. Both sides have work to do to inform Tennesseans on the issue as 34.5% need more information or are unsure on the policy.
Our findings indicate that an overwhelming 82.6% of voters want government to get out of the way and allow Tennessee businesses to decide when to be open or closed, versus 5.7% who believe government has a role to play deciding when businesses should be open or closed.
Our findings indicate that 24% of voters know someone who is struggling with opioid addiction. Our findings also indicate that voters who have a personal connection to opioid addiction hold the prescribers most responsible (46%), followed by manufacturers (13%). Pharmacies (3%), distributors (1%) and local government (5%) together are held responsible by less than 10% of those surveyed who are connected to the crisis.
WINE IN GROCERY STORES
Our findings indicate that only 18.2% of voters believe wine in grocery stores has been a bad thing for Tennessee.