|Do you have a favorable or unfavorable opinion of...|
|If the 2016 general election for president and vice president were held today, which one of the following tickets would get your vote?|
|$50,000 and over||42||41||7||1||9|
|Rest of Twin Cities suburbs||37||41||12||0||10|
|Rest of state||38||44||2||2||14|
|2012 Obama voters||79||5||1||3||12|
|2012 Romney voters||7||75||8||1||9|
|Other/Did not vote in 2012||27||44||25||0||4|
|Would you say that you are certain you will vote for that ticket, or might you still change your mind?|
|Who do you think is more honest and trustworthy - Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump or one of the other candidates?|
|Clinton||Trump||One of the others||Not sure|
|$50,000 and over||35||43||17||5|
|Rest of Twin Cities suburbs||32||45||20||3|
|Rest of state||34||42||13||11|
|Source: Star Tribune Minnesota Poll, Sept. 12-14, 2016; 625 Minnesota likely voters; +/-4.0 margin of error.|
|# of respondents|
|In terms of your political party identification, do you generally consider yourself DFL or Democrat, Republican or an independent?|
|In the last presidential election, did you vote for Democrat Barack Obama or Republican Mitt Romney?|
|Did Not Vote||55||9%|
|Rest of Suburbs||180||(29%)|
|Rest of State||245||(39%)|
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