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As a benchmark, we replicated inaccurate "label" questions:

Gallup (National poll, Nov. 13-18, 2018 / Survey of 1,499 adults / MOE +/- 3.0%)
Would you like to see Democratic leaders in Washington move in a more liberal direction or a more moderate direction?
41% More Liberal
54% More Moderate
5% No Opinion

Pew (National poll, Jan 9-14, 2019 / Survey of 1,505 adults / MOE +/1 3.0%)
If you had to choose, would you rather see the Democratic Party become more liberal or more moderate?
40% More Liberal
54% More Moderate

PPP/PCCC (NH poll, Feb 6-8, 2019 / Survey of 611 Democratic primary voters / MOE +/- 4.0%)
If you had to choose, would you rather see the Democratic Party become more liberal or more moderate?
37% More Liberal
42% More Moderate
21% No Opinion

New Hampshire Voters on the Issues:

Methodology: Public Policy Polling interviewed 611 likely NH Democratic primary voters on February 6-8, 2019, MoE +/- 4.0%. This research was conducted on behalf of the Progressive Change Campaign Committee.

If you had to choose, would you rather see the Democratic Party do more to challenge big corporations and the political establishment or do more to find common ground with the Republican Party?
64% Rather see the Democratic Party do more to challenge big corporations and the political establishment.
27% Rather see the Democratic Party find common ground with the Republican Party
9% Not sure/no opinion

Would you be more or less likely to support a Democratic candidate for President if they supported Medicare for All, a national health plan in which all Americans would get their insurance through an expanded, universal form of Medicare, or would it not make a difference?
69% More likely
15% Less likely
11% Wouldn't make a difference
5% Not sure/no

Would you be more or less likely to support a Democratic candidate for President if they supported a wealth tax on the Super Rich to pay for more educational and health care opportunities for working families. This would be a 2% tax on wealth over 50 million dollars and a 3% tax on wealth over 1 billion dollars.
80% More likely
11% Less likely
5% Wouldn't make a difference
4% Not sure

Would you be more or less likely to support a Democratic candidate for President if they supported a higher tax on estates handed down from wealthy parents to their kids to pay for more educational and health care opportunities for working families. Specifically a tax of 77% on estates worth over $1 billion. This tax would not be charged to 99.8% of Americans.
66% More likely
19% Less likely
8% Wouldn't make a difference
7% Not sure

Would you be more or less likely to support a Democratic candidate for President if they supported returning the 70 percent tax rate of income above 10 million dollars per year. This was the top tax rate during the presidency of John F. Kennedy, and would generate money to pay for more educational and health care opportunities for working families.
71% More likely
17% Less likely
7% Wouldn't make a difference
5% Not sure

Would you be more or less likely to support a Democratic candidate for President if they supported a Green New Deal aimed at creating millions of clean-energy jobs and dramatically reducing America's dependence on fossil fuels over the next decade?
81% More likely
11% Less likely
5% Wouldn't make a difference
4% Not sure

Would you be more or less likely to support a Democratic candidate for President if they supported setting up a government-run prescription drug company to compete head-to-head with Big Pharmaceutical companies and drive down costs for consumers?
71% More likely
15% Less likely
8% Wouldn't make a difference
6% Not sure

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