Montana Senate Results

Apparent Winner
D Jon Tester 50.3% 253,795
Incumbent
R Matt Rosendale 46.8% 235,855
L Rick Breckenridge 2.9% 14,535
99% Votes in

Beaverhead County

R Matt Rosendale 58.8% 2,790
D Jon Tester 38.2% 1,811
Incumbent
L Rick Breckenridge 3.1% 146
100% Votes in

Big Horn County

D Jon Tester 64.8% 3,032
Incumbent
R Matt Rosendale 33.3% 1,558
L Rick Breckenridge 1.9% 91
100% Votes in

Blaine County

D Jon Tester 65% 1,961
Incumbent
R Matt Rosendale 32.5% 982
L Rick Breckenridge 2.5% 76
100% Votes in

Broadwater County

R Matt Rosendale 64% 2,086
D Jon Tester 32.8% 1,071
Incumbent
L Rick Breckenridge 3.2% 104
100% Votes in

Carbon County

R Matt Rosendale 52.9% 3,209
D Jon Tester 44.2% 2,680
Incumbent
L Rick Breckenridge 2.9% 178
100% Votes in

Carter County

R Matt Rosendale 80.1% 602
D Jon Tester 17% 128
Incumbent
L Rick Breckenridge 2.9% 22
100% Votes in

Cascade County

D Jon Tester 51.3% 17,435
Incumbent
R Matt Rosendale 45.8% 15,566
L Rick Breckenridge 3% 1,008
100% Votes in

Chouteau County

R Matt Rosendale 49.4% 1,312
D Jon Tester 48% 1,275
Incumbent
L Rick Breckenridge 2.6% 70
100% Votes in

Custer County

R Matt Rosendale 56.6% 2,762
D Jon Tester 39.8% 1,942
Incumbent
L Rick Breckenridge 3.7% 179
100% Votes in

Daniels County

R Matt Rosendale 67.1% 631
D Jon Tester 29.9% 281
Incumbent
L Rick Breckenridge 3.1% 29
100% Votes in

Dawson County

R Matt Rosendale 66.3% 2,700
D Jon Tester 30.3% 1,233
Incumbent
L Rick Breckenridge 3.4% 140
100% Votes in

Deer Lodge County

D Jon Tester 68.3% 2,892
Incumbent
R Matt Rosendale 28.5% 1,208
L Rick Breckenridge 3.2% 136
100% Votes in

Fallon County

R Matt Rosendale 73.8% 951
D Jon Tester 21.8% 281
Incumbent
L Rick Breckenridge 4.4% 57
100% Votes in

Fergus County

R Matt Rosendale 62.8% 3,640
D Jon Tester 33.9% 1,964
Incumbent
L Rick Breckenridge 3.3% 189
100% Votes in

Flathead County

R Matt Rosendale 56% 26,759
D Jon Tester 41.1% 19,652
Incumbent
L Rick Breckenridge 2.8% 1,349
100% Votes in

Gallatin County

D Jon Tester 59.4% 33,251
Incumbent
R Matt Rosendale 38% 21,248
L Rick Breckenridge 2.6% 1,434
100% Votes in

Garfield County

R Matt Rosendale 83.8% 571
D Jon Tester 11.7% 80
Incumbent
L Rick Breckenridge 4.4% 30
100% Votes in

Glacier County

D Jon Tester 75.1% 3,754
Incumbent
R Matt Rosendale 23.1% 1,153
L Rick Breckenridge 1.8% 89
100% Votes in

Golden Valley County

R Matt Rosendale 66.7% 303
D Jon Tester 28.6% 130
Incumbent
L Rick Breckenridge 4.6% 21
100% Votes in

Granite County

R Matt Rosendale 58.3% 1,046
D Jon Tester 38.8% 695
Incumbent
L Rick Breckenridge 2.9% 52
100% Votes in

Hill County

D Jon Tester 58.4% 3,729
Incumbent
R Matt Rosendale 38.1% 2,434
L Rick Breckenridge 3.6% 227
100% Votes in

Jefferson County

R Matt Rosendale 53.5% 3,653
D Jon Tester 43.2% 2,954
Incumbent
L Rick Breckenridge 3.3% 226
100% Votes in

Judith Basin County

R Matt Rosendale 63.3% 751
D Jon Tester 32.4% 385
Incumbent
L Rick Breckenridge 4.3% 51
100% Votes in

Lake County

D Jon Tester 50.2% 6,916
Incumbent
R Matt Rosendale 47.1% 6,491
L Rick Breckenridge 2.7% 365
100% Votes in

Lewis and Clark County

D Jon Tester 57.7% 20,506
Incumbent
R Matt Rosendale 39.7% 14,106
L Rick Breckenridge 2.6% 927
100% Votes in

Liberty County

R Matt Rosendale 59.7% 586
D Jon Tester 37.2% 365
Incumbent
L Rick Breckenridge 3.1% 30
100% Votes in

Lincoln County

R Matt Rosendale 65.7% 6,137
D Jon Tester 31.1% 2,902
Incumbent
L Rick Breckenridge 3.2% 298
100% Votes in

Madison County

R Matt Rosendale 58.5% 2,898
D Jon Tester 38.1% 1,889
Incumbent
L Rick Breckenridge 3.4% 171
100% Votes in

McCone County

R Matt Rosendale 75.1% 773
D Jon Tester 22.1% 227
Incumbent
L Rick Breckenridge 2.8% 29
100% Votes in

Meagher County

R Matt Rosendale 64.4% 629
D Jon Tester 32.7% 319
Incumbent
L Rick Breckenridge 2.9% 28
100% Votes in

Mineral County

R Matt Rosendale 57.4% 1,181
D Jon Tester 38.1% 785
Incumbent
L Rick Breckenridge 4.5% 92
100% Votes in

Missoula County

D Jon Tester 67.6% 41,684
Incumbent
R Matt Rosendale 30.2% 18,629
L Rick Breckenridge 2.2% 1,332
100% Votes in

Musselshell County

R Matt Rosendale 71.7% 1,743
D Jon Tester 23.6% 573
Incumbent
L Rick Breckenridge 4.8% 116
100% Votes in

Park County

D Jon Tester 52.6% 5,114
Incumbent
R Matt Rosendale 44.8% 4,357
L Rick Breckenridge 2.6% 253
100% Votes in

Petroleum County

R Matt Rosendale 79.5% 248
D Jon Tester 18.6% 58
Incumbent
L Rick Breckenridge 1.9% 6
100% Votes in

Phillips County

R Matt Rosendale 68.5% 1,426
D Jon Tester 27.7% 577
Incumbent
L Rick Breckenridge 3.8% 79
100% Votes in

Pondera County

R Matt Rosendale 52.6% 1,413
D Jon Tester 43.8% 1,176
Incumbent
L Rick Breckenridge 3.6% 96
100% Votes in

Powder River County

R Matt Rosendale 76.9% 748
D Jon Tester 20.9% 203
Incumbent
L Rick Breckenridge 2.3% 22
100% Votes in

Powell County

R Matt Rosendale 59.5% 1,640
D Jon Tester 37.2% 1,025
Incumbent
L Rick Breckenridge 3.4% 93
100% Votes in

Prairie County

R Matt Rosendale 68.9% 450
D Jon Tester 27.1% 177
Incumbent
L Rick Breckenridge 4% 26
100% Votes in

Ravalli County

R Matt Rosendale 58.2% 13,622
D Jon Tester 39.1% 9,156
Incumbent
L Rick Breckenridge 2.7% 623
100% Votes in

Richland County

R Matt Rosendale 69.6% 2,996
D Jon Tester 26.2% 1,127
Incumbent
L Rick Breckenridge 4.2% 179
100% Votes in

Roosevelt County

D Jon Tester 58.4% 2,013
Incumbent
R Matt Rosendale 39% 1,346
L Rick Breckenridge 2.6% 88
100% Votes in

Rosebud County

R Matt Rosendale 52.4% 1,765
D Jon Tester 44.9% 1,511
Incumbent
L Rick Breckenridge 2.7% 91
100% Votes in

Sanders County

R Matt Rosendale 62.7% 3,854
D Jon Tester 33.7% 2,070
Incumbent
L Rick Breckenridge 3.7% 227
100% Votes in

Sheridan County

R Matt Rosendale 56.2% 1,017
D Jon Tester 39.3% 711
Incumbent
L Rick Breckenridge 4.6% 83
100% Votes in

Silver Bow County

D Jon Tester 71.6% 11,672
Incumbent
R Matt Rosendale 26% 4,246
L Rick Breckenridge 2.4% 394
100% Votes in

Stillwater County

R Matt Rosendale 65.9% 3,206
D Jon Tester 30.9% 1,501
Incumbent
L Rick Breckenridge 3.2% 157
100% Votes in

Sweet Grass County

R Matt Rosendale 65.2% 1,372
D Jon Tester 31.2% 657
Incumbent
L Rick Breckenridge 3.5% 74
100% Votes in

Teton County

R Matt Rosendale 56.5% 1,784
D Jon Tester 40.9% 1,290
Incumbent
L Rick Breckenridge 2.6% 83
100% Votes in

Toole County

R Matt Rosendale 63.5% 1,208
D Jon Tester 32.9% 626
Incumbent
L Rick Breckenridge 3.6% 69
100% Votes in

Treasure County

R Matt Rosendale 67.4% 279
D Jon Tester 31.2% 129
Incumbent
L Rick Breckenridge 1.4% 6
100% Votes in

Valley County

R Matt Rosendale 55.1% 2,132
D Jon Tester 39.8% 1,540
Incumbent
L Rick Breckenridge 5.1% 199
100% Votes in

Wheatland County

R Matt Rosendale 62.8% 586
D Jon Tester 33.8% 315
Incumbent
L Rick Breckenridge 3.4% 32
100% Votes in

Wibaux County

R Matt Rosendale 72% 390
D Jon Tester 25.8% 140
Incumbent
L Rick Breckenridge 2.2% 12
100% Votes in

Yellowstone County

R Matt Rosendale 50.1% 34,682
D Jon Tester 46.5% 32,225
Incumbent
L Rick Breckenridge 3.4% 2,351
100% Votes in

Montana House Results

House 1

Winner
R Greg Gianforte 50.9% 256,541
Incumbent
D Kathleen Williams 46.3% 233,207
L Elinor Swanson 2.9% 14,480
97.2% Votes in

Montana Senate Exit Poll UPDATED:

Tester
Rosendale
Tester Rosendale

Gender

Men (49%)
43%
55%
Women (51%)
56%
40%

Age

18-24 (8%)
68%
27%
25-29 (7%)
66%
31%
30-39 (17%)
52%
45%
40-49 (16%)
43%
55%
50-64 (25%)
43%
54%
65 or over (28%)
48%
49%

Age

18-44 (40%)
56%
41%
45+ (60%)
45%
52%

Age

18-29 (15%)
67%
29%
30-44 (25%)
49%
48%
45-64 (32%)
43%
55%
65 or over (28%)
48%
49%

Race

White (88%)
50%
46%
Black (0%)
Not enough data
Hispanic/Latino (4%)
Not enough data
Asian (0%)
Not enough data
Other (8%)
44%
56%

Race

White (88%)
50%
46%
Non-White (12%)
43%
56%

Education

College graduate (36%)
54%
44%
No college degree (64%)
47%
50%

Which best describes your education? You have:

Never attended college (28%)
44%
53%
Attended college but received no degree (26%)
51%
47%
Associate's degree (AA or AS) (10%)
48%
46%
Bachelor's degree (BA or BS) (24%)
48%
49%
An advanced degree after a bachelor's degree (such as JD, MA, MBA, MD, PhD) (12%)
66%
34%

Region

Northern Rockies (15%)
41%
55%
Central Rockies (23%)
61%
36%
Southern Rockies (23%)
45%
50%
Northern Plains (16%)
55%
44%
Southern Plains (23%)
44%
54%

Education and Race

White college graduates (32%)
57%
41%
White no college degree (56%)
47%
50%
Non-white college graduates (4%)
Not enough data
Non-white no college degree (9%)
50%
50%

Education among Whites by Sex

White women college graduates (18%)
58%
39%
White women no college degree (27%)
53%
42%
White men college graduates (14%)
56%
43%
White men no college degree (28%)
41%
57%
Non-whites (12%)
43%
56%

Income

Under $30,000 (21%)
60%
31%
$30,000 - $49,999 (30%)
63%
32%
$50,000 - $99,999 (27%)
50%
48%
$100,000 - $199,999 (20%)
29%
70%
$200,000 or more (2%)
Not enough data

Income

Under $50,000 (51%)
62%
32%
$50,000 or more (49%)
41%
58%

Income

Under $100,000 (77%)
58%
37%
$100,000 or more (23%)
29%
70%

Income

Under $50,000 (51%)
62%
32%
$50,000-$99,999 (27%)
50%
48%
$100,000 or more (23%)
29%
70%

Party Identification

Democrat (25%)
98%
Republican (29%)
92%
Independent or something else (45%)
50%
45%

Party and Gender

Democratic men (10%)
98%
Democratic women (15%)
99%
Republican men (16%)
94%
Republican women (14%)
89%
Independent men (23%)
45%
51%
Independent women (22%)
55%
38%

Ideology

Liberal (20%)
97%
Moderate (38%)
67%
27%
Conservative (42%)
12%
87%

Are you currently married?

Yes (55%)
45%
52%
No (45%)
56%
41%

Gender by marital status

Married men (26%)
38%
61%
Married women (29%)
51%
45%
Unmarried men (23%)
49%
49%
Unmarried women (22%)
63%
32%

Does anyone in your household own a gun?

Yes (81%)
48%
49%
No (19%)
67%
28%

White born-again or evangelical Christian?

Yes (34%)
21%
75%
No (66%)
58%
38%

Is this the first time you have ever voted in a midterm election?

Yes (9%)
Not enough data
No (91%)
48%
50%

In the 2016 election for president, did you vote for:

Hillary Clinton (Dem) (34%)
99%
Donald Trump (Rep) (37%)
90%
Other (16%)
Not enough data
Didn't vote (12%)
Not enough data

Trump Approval

Strongly approve (37%)
94%
Somewhat approve (13%)
23%
73%
Somewhat disapprove (11%)
94%
Strongly disapprove (37%)
95%

Trump Approval

Approve (51%)
88%
Disapprove (48%)
95%

Was one reason for your vote for U.S. Senate today:

To express support for Donald Trump (26%)
96%
To express opposition to Donald Trump (19%)
100%
Donald Trump was not a factor (54%)
53%
45%

When did you finally decide for whom to vote in the U.S. Senate election?

In the last few days (3%)
Not enough data
In the last week (2%)
Not enough data
In the last month (20%)
56%
42%
Before that (73%)
50%
47%

When did you finally decide for whom to vote in the U.S. Senate election?

In the last month (24%)
52%
42%
Before that (73%)
50%
47%

When did you finally decide for whom to vote in the U.S. Senate election?

In the last week (5%)
Not enough data
Before that (93%)
51%
46%

Do you think Jon Tester's positions on the issues are:

Too liberal (50%)
92%
Too conservative (2%)
Not enough data
About right (43%)
93%

Do you think Matt Rosendale's positions on the issues are:

Too liberal (8%)
Not enough data
Too conservative (40%)
87%
About right (47%)
97%

Race and Gender

White men (42%)
45%
53%
White women (45%)
55%
41%
Black men (0%)
Not enough data
Black women (0%)
Not enough data
Latino men (2%)
Not enough data
Latino women (2%)
Not enough data
All other races (8%)
43%
55%

Is your opinion of Matt Rosendale:

Favorable (41%)
97%
Unfavorable (52%)
87%
10%

Do you have a favorable opinion of...

Both (2%)
Not enough data
Only Jon Tester (43%)
99%
Only Matt Rosendale (39%)
Not enough data
99%
Neither (8%)
Not enough data

In your vote for Senate, was Jon Tester's vote against Brett Kavanaugh's confirmation to the Supreme Court:

The most important factor (16%)
Not enough data
An important factor (31%)
22%
77%
A minor factor (22%)
55%
45%
Not a factor at all (30%)
66%
27%

In your vote for Senate, was Jon Tester's vote against Brett Kavanaugh's confirmation to the Supreme Court:

Important (47%)
29%
68%
Not important (51%)
62%
34%

In your vote for Senate, was Jon Tester's vote against Brett Kavanaugh's confirmation to the Supreme Court:

A factor (69%)
37%
61%
Not a factor (30%)
66%
27%

Which ONE candidate quality mattered most in deciding how you voted for U.S. Senate?

Cares about people like me (22%)
73%
25%
Is willing to compromise (9%)
Not enough data
Is my party's candidate (6%)
Not enough data
Shares my view of government (58%)
35%
62%

Is your opinion of the Democratic Party:

Favorable (34%)
99%
Unfavorable (62%)
20%
79%

Is your opinion of the Republican Party:

Favorable (48%)
91%
Unfavorable (49%)
88%
11%

Do you have a favorable opinion of...

Both parties (1%)
Not enough data
Only Democratic Party (31%)
100%
Only Republican Party (46%)
93%
Neither party (15%)
Not enough data

Is your opinion of Nancy Pelosi:

Favorable (26%)
97%
Unfavorable (62%)
17%
78%

Is your opinion of Mitch McConnell:

Favorable (33%)
13%
82%
Unfavorable (42%)
76%
22%

Would you rather see the U.S. House of Representatives controlled by:

The Democratic Party (44%)
99%
The Republican Party (51%)
91%

Would you rather see the U.S. Senate controlled by:

The Democratic Party (41%)
99%
The Republican Party (50%)
93%

Should Congress impeach Donald Trump and remove him from office?

Yes (28%)
98%
No (66%)
24%
74%

Which ONE of these four issues is the most important facing the country?

Health care (45%)
82%
16%
Immigration (21%)
10%
86%
The economy (24%)
30%
62%
Gun policy (7%)
Not enough data

Do you think the condition of the nation's economy is:

Excellent (23%)
95%
Good (44%)
52%
45%
Not so good (23%)
83%
11%
Poor (8%)
Not enough data

Do you think the condition of the nation's economy is:

Excellent or good (67%)
36%
62%
Not so good or poor (31%)
81%
11%

Compared to two years ago, is your family's financial situation:

Better (41%)
16%
82%
Worse (16%)
Not enough data
About the same (42%)
66%
33%

How have Donald Trump's trade policies affected the economy in your area?

Helped (32%)
94%
Hurt (25%)
91%
No impact (34%)
58%
38%

How have the tax laws passed last year affected your personal finances?

Helped (30%)
89%
Hurt (12%)
81%
18%
No impact (53%)
65%
30%

Does the health care system in the United States need:

Major changes (63%)
51%
44%
Minor changes (29%)
56%
42%
No changes at all (4%)
Not enough data

Which party would better protect health care for people with pre-existing conditions?

The Democratic Party (42%)
92%
The Republican Party (46%)
93%

Are Donald Trump's immigration policies:

Too tough (40%)
92%
Not tough enough (17%)
90%
About right (34%)
25%
70%

Do you think the investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election is mostly:

Justified (37%)
95%
Politically motivated (53%)
20%
76%

What should the Supreme Court do about Roe vs. Wade, the 1973 decision that made abortion legal?

Keep it as is (62%)
66%
30%
Overturn it (28%)
90%

How important is it that more women be elected to public office?

Very important (35%)
79%
20%
Somewhat important (34%)
48%
50%
Not too important (16%)
16%
84%
Not at all important (13%)
Not enough data

How important is it that more women be elected to public office?

Important (69%)
63%
35%
Not important (29%)
15%
83%

How serious a problem is sexual harassment in this country today?

Very serious (40%)
74%
26%
Somewhat serious (42%)
39%
59%
Not too serious (11%)
Not enough data
Not at all serious (3%)
Not enough data

How serious a problem is sexual harassment in this country today?

Serious (83%)
56%
43%
Not serious (15%)
11%
86%

In today's election for U.S. House of Representatives, did you just vote for:

Kathleen Williams (47%)
98%
Greg Gianforte (51%)
91%

Community Type

Urban (28%)
62%
38%
Suburban (7%)
42%
55%
Rural (65%)
45%
51%

Is your opinion of Jon Tester:

Favorable (47%)
96%
Unfavorable (50%)
93%

Montana House Exit Poll UPDATED:

Williams
Gianforte
Williams Gianforte

Gender

Men (49%)
39%
58%
Women (51%)
54%
44%

Age

18-24 (8%)
63%
37%
25-29 (7%)
67%
33%
30-39 (17%)
48%
50%
40-49 (15%)
39%
57%
50-64 (25%)
41%
58%
65 or over (28%)
47%
50%

Age

18-44 (40%)
53%
45%
45+ (60%)
43%
55%

Age

18-29 (15%)
65%
35%
30-44 (25%)
45%
51%
45-64 (32%)
40%
59%
65 or over (28%)
47%
50%

Race

White (88%)
48%
50%
Black (0%)
Not enough data
Hispanic/Latino (4%)
Not enough data
Asian (0%)
Not enough data
Other (8%)
Not enough data

Race

White (88%)
48%
50%
Non-White (12%)
39%
54%

Education

College graduate (36%)
51%
47%
No college degree (64%)
45%
53%

Which best describes your education? You have:

Never attended college (28%)
42%
56%
Attended college but received no degree (26%)
49%
50%
Associate's degree (AA or AS) (10%)
41%
52%
Bachelor's degree (BA or BS) (24%)
45%
54%
An advanced degree after a bachelor's degree (such as JD, MA, MBA, MD, PhD) (12%)
65%
32%

Region

Northern Rockies (15%)
36%
63%
Central Rockies (23%)
58%
40%
Southern Rockies (23%)
43%
54%
Northern Plains (16%)
51%
49%
Southern Plains (23%)
44%
53%

Education and Race

White college graduates (32%)
54%
45%
White no college degree (56%)
44%
54%
Non-white college graduates (4%)
Not enough data
Non-white no college degree (9%)
45%
49%

Education among Whites by Sex

White women college graduates (18%)
56%
42%
White women no college degree (27%)
51%
46%
White men college graduates (14%)
52%
47%
White men no college degree (28%)
38%
61%
Non-whites (12%)
39%
54%

Income

Under $30,000 (21%)
60%
33%
$30,000 - $49,999 (30%)
58%
41%
$50,000 - $99,999 (27%)
48%
52%
$100,000 - $199,999 (20%)
28%
72%
$200,000 or more (2%)
Not enough data

Income

Under $50,000 (50%)
59%
38%
$50,000 or more (50%)
39%
61%

Income

Under $100,000 (77%)
55%
42%
$100,000 or more (23%)
28%
72%

Income

Under $50,000 (50%)
59%
38%
$50,000-$99,999 (27%)
48%
52%
$100,000 or more (23%)
28%
72%

Party Identification

Democrat (25%)
99%
Republican (29%)
96%
Independent or something else (46%)
47%
49%

Party and Gender

Democratic men (10%)
99%
Democratic women (15%)
99%
Republican men (16%)
98%
Republican women (14%)
94%
Independent men (23%)
40%
55%
Independent women (22%)
54%
42%

Ideology

Liberal (20%)
96%
Moderate (38%)
64%
32%
Conservative (42%)
10%
90%

Are you currently married?

Yes (55%)
43%
55%
No (45%)
53%
44%

Gender by marital status

Married men (26%)
35%
60%
Married women (29%)
50%
50%
Unmarried men (23%)
48%
52%
Unmarried women (22%)
59%
35%

Does anyone in your household own a gun?

Yes (81%)
45%
53%
No (19%)
69%
30%

White born-again or evangelical Christian?

Yes (34%)
20%
77%
No (66%)
55%
45%

Is this the first time you have ever voted in a midterm election?

Yes (9%)
Not enough data
No (91%)
46%
50%

In the 2016 election for president, did you vote for:

Hillary Clinton (Dem) (34%)
98%
Donald Trump (Rep) (37%)
95%
Other (16%)
Not enough data
Didn't vote (12%)
Not enough data

Trump Approval

Strongly approve (37%)
97%
Somewhat approve (13%)
18%
82%
Somewhat disapprove (11%)
90%
Strongly disapprove (37%)
94%

Trump Approval

Approve (51%)
93%
Disapprove (48%)
93%

Is your opinion of Kathleen Williams:

Favorable (46%)
89%
11%
Unfavorable (46%)
97%

Race and Gender

White men (42%)
42%
57%
White women (45%)
53%
44%
Black men (0%)
Not enough data
Black women (0%)
Not enough data
Latino men (2%)
Not enough data
Latino women (2%)
Not enough data
All other races (8%)
39%
61%

Do you have a favorable opinion of ...

Both (6%)
Not enough data
Only Kathleen Williams (40%)
99%
Only Greg Gianforte (44%)
99%
Neither (2%)
Not enough data

Is your opinion of the Democratic Party:

Favorable (34%)
97%
Unfavorable (62%)
15%
79%

Is your opinion of the Republican Party:

Favorable (48%)
96%
Unfavorable (49%)
84%

Do you have a favorable opinion of...

Both parties (1%)
Not enough data
Only Democratic Party (31%)
98%
Only Republican Party (46%)
98%
Neither party (15%)
Not enough data

Is your opinion of Nancy Pelosi:

Favorable (26%)
96%
Unfavorable (62%)
16%
82%

Is your opinion of Mitch McConnell:

Favorable (33%)
14%
86%
Unfavorable (42%)
74%
24%

Would you rather see the U.S. House of Representatives controlled by:

The Democratic Party (44%)
95%
The Republican Party (51%)
97%

Would you rather see the U.S. Senate controlled by:

The Democratic Party (41%)
98%
The Republican Party (50%)
98%

Should Congress impeach Donald Trump and remove him from office?

Yes (28%)
97%
No (66%)
20%
76%

Which ONE of these four issues is the most important facing the country?

Health care (45%)
80%
19%
Immigration (22%)
93%
The economy (24%)
27%
68%
Gun policy (7%)
Not enough data

Do you think the condition of the nation's economy is:

Excellent (23%)
98%
Good (44%)
52%
48%
Not so good (23%)
78%
21%
Poor (8%)
Not enough data

Do you think the condition of the nation's economy is:

Excellent or good (67%)
35%
65%
Not so good or poor (31%)
77%
18%

Compared to two years ago, is your family's financial situation:

Better (41%)
13%
84%
Worse (16%)
Not enough data
About the same (42%)
61%
33%

How have Donald Trump's trade policies affected the economy in your area?

Helped (32%)
95%
Hurt (25%)
87%
No impact (34%)
57%
41%

How have the tax laws passed last year affected your personal finances?

Helped (30%)
95%
Hurt (12%)
79%
21%
No impact (53%)
63%
34%

Does the health care system in the United States need:

Major changes (64%)
50%
48%
Minor changes (29%)
52%
48%
No changes at all (4%)
Not enough data

Which party would better protect health care for people with pre-existing conditions?

The Democratic Party (42%)
87%
10%
The Republican Party (46%)
97%

Are Donald Trump's immigration policies:

Too tough (40%)
92%
Not tough enough (17%)
96%
About right (34%)
20%
80%

Do you think the investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election is mostly:

Justified (37%)
94%
Politically motivated (53%)
18%
80%

What should the Supreme Court do about Roe vs. Wade, the 1973 decision that made abortion legal?

Keep it as is (62%)
62%
36%
Overturn it (28%)
92%

How important is it that more women be elected to public office?

Very important (34%)
74%
23%
Somewhat important (34%)
46%
54%
Not too important (16%)
10%
82%
Not at all important (14%)
Not enough data

How important is it that more women be elected to public office?

Important (69%)
60%
38%
Not important (30%)
12%
78%

How serious a problem is sexual harassment in this country today?

Very serious (40%)
71%
26%
Somewhat serious (42%)
36%
61%
Not too serious (11%)
Not enough data
Not at all serious (3%)
Not enough data

How serious a problem is sexual harassment in this country today?

Serious (83%)
53%
44%
Not serious (15%)
83%

In today's election for U.S. Senate, did you just vote for:

Jon Tester (50%)
93%
Matt Rosendale (48%)
97%

Community Type

Urban (28%)
60%
39%
Suburban (7%)
41%
57%
Rural (65%)
42%
55%

Is your opinion of Greg Gianforte:

Favorable (53%)
97%
Unfavorable (43%)
94%