Index to National Wildlife Federation Hunter Angler Poll

86% of hunters and anglers say wildlife and conservation issues will be an important factor in deciding their vote for president in 2004

07-14-2004 // Christine Dorsey

The National Wildlife Federation released a national survey of hunters and anglers conducted by Bellwether Research between June 8-20, 2004.

A total of 752 telephone interviews were completed: Two-thirds (500) with respondents randomly selected from a national list of current fishing license holders and one-third (252) with respondents randomly selected from a national list of current hunting license holders.

The proportion of anglers to hunters corresponds to the 2001 U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service National Survey of Fishing, Hunting, and Wildlife-Associated Recreation. The U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service data, collected every five years by the Census Bureau, is the definitive source of hunting and angling participation.

  • All respondents in this study are self-identified registered voters.
  • All said hunting or fishing is an “important” part of their lifestyle.
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