Among Utah Mormon voters, p. 7
Among Iowa Independent voters (p. 7)
Oct. 10-12, 2016 poll, 403 Utah likely voters, error margin 4.9, 39R, 43 Ind., 18D, (p. 6), Male 48, female 52, white 95, Hispanic 3, black 1, live telephone poll, land line and cell phone. Sample, 240 Mormon, 147 other religion (p. 6). Link to Poll Report with tables
10/13/16, "Trump has Narrow Lead But Clinton and McMullin are Hot on His Heels," Monmouth Poll, Patrick Murray
"About 6-in-10 Utah voters identify their religious affiliation as
Mormon. Among this group, Trump leads McMullin by 38% to 32%, with
Clinton at 13% and Johnson at 8%....
Nearly all Utah voters are aware of the graphic recording of Trump
released on Friday, including 52% who have watched or listened to it and
another 41% have read or heard about its contents. About 2-in-3 voters
(67%) say they were not really surprised by what they heard come out of
Trump's mouth. Only 6% say they were shocked and 18% say they were
surprised but not shocked. Nearly 4-in-10 voters (39%) feel what Trump
said in that tape makes him unfit for office while 50% say his words
were inappropriate but not necessarily disqualifying. Seven percent are
not familiar with the recording....
Monmouth University Poll
was conducted by telephone from October 10 to 12, 2016 with 403 Utah
residents likely to vote in the November election. This sample has a
margin of error of ±4.9 percent. The poll was conducted by the Monmouth
University Polling Institute in West Long Branch, NJ."