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  1. General Interest Questions Prepared By: November, 2007

  2. Survey Overview Sample/Methodology • Research.bm utilisedComputer-Assisted Telephone Interviewing (CATI) to interview a representative sample of 402 Bermuda residents aged 18+. Qualified residents were registered voters who indicated that they were absolutely certain, very likely, or possibly going to vote in the next parliamentary election. The survey was conducted in November, 2007. Margin of Error • The margin of error for the study, at the worst case 50% level, is +/- 5% at the 95% confidence level. Notes • Some percentages may add to more than 100% due to multiple mentions.

  3. Who Leaked The BHC Files • The majority of residents (46%) are unsure who leaked the BHC files, with 31% believing they were leaked by a former PLP supporter/member and 12% believing they were leaked by the UBP. Blacks as well as those aged 18-34 were more likely to believe that they were leaked by the UBP. UBP A former PLP supporter / member The Auditor General Don’t Know Other Total Male 18-34 Black 65+ Female White 35-64 I believe that the BHC files were leaked by: n = 402

  4. Confidence Statement (Very/Somewhat Confident) • Just over one third (34%) of residents are somewhat or very confident that there will be more affordable housing in 10 years. Blacks (48%) as well as residents aged 65 years and older (50%), are more likely than average (34%) to be confident that there will be more affordable housing 10 years from now. I am now going to read you a statement. On a scale of 1 to 7 with 7 being “Very Confident” and 1 being “Not at all confident”, I would like you to tell me your confidence level for the statement. n = 402

  5. Should PLP Move Forward With Dr. Brown As Leader • One quarter of Bermudian PLP supporters would like to see the PLP move forward without Dr. Brown as their leader. PLP supporters who are aged 18-34 years were more likely than average to say that they would like to see the PLP move forward without Dr. Brown as the party leader (36% verses 25%). Yes No Don’t Know Male 18-34 65+ Total Female White * Black 35-64 Would you like to see the PLP move forward without Dr. Brown as their leader? N = 162 *Caution – very small base size; Note: All respondents who answered this question were PLP supporters.