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  • Biden
  • Trump
Gender
Male (48%)
45%
53%
Female (52%)
57%
42%
Race
White (67%)
41%
58%
Black (13%)
87%
12%
Hispanic/Latino (13%)
65%
32%
Asian (4%)
61%
34%
Other (4%)
55%
41%
Race
White (67%)
41%
58%
Non-White (33%)
71%
26%
Sex by race
White men (35%)
38%
61%
White women (32%)
44%
55%
Black men (4%)
79%
19%
Black women (8%)
90%
9%
Latino men (5%)
59%
36%
Latino women (8%)
69%
30%
All other races (8%)
58%
38%
Age
18-29 (17%)
60%
36%
30-44 (23%)
52%
46%
45-64 (38%)
49%
50%
65 or over (22%)
47%
52%
Age
18-44 (40%)
56%
42%
45+ (60%)
48%
51%
Age
18-24 (9%)
65%
31%
25-29 (7%)
54%
43%
30-39 (16%)
51%
46%
40-49 (16%)
54%
44%
50-64 (30%)
47%
52%
65 or over (22%)
47%
52%
Age by race
White 18-29 (8%)
44%
53%
White 30-44 (14%)
41%
57%
White 45-59 (19%)
38%
61%
White 60+ (26%)
42%
57%
Black 18-29 (3%)
89%
10%
Black 30-44 (4%)
78%
19%
Black 45-59 (3%)
89%
10%
Black 60+ (3%)
92%
7%
Latino 18-29 (4%)
69%
28%
Latino 30-44 (4%)
62%
34%
Latino 45-59 (3%)
68%
30%
Latino 60+ (2%)
58%
40%
All other (8%)
57%
38%
Which best describes your education? You have:
Never attended college (19%)
46%
54%
Attended college but received no degree (23%)
51%
47%
Associate's degree (AA or AS) (16%)
47%
50%
Bachelor's degree (BA or BS) (27%)
51%
47%
An advanced degree after a bachelor's degree (such as JD, MA, MBA, MD, PhD) (15%)
62%
37%
Education
College graduate (41%)
55%
43%
No college degree (59%)
48%
50%
Education and race
White college graduates (32%)
51%
48%
White non-college graduates (35%)
32%
67%
Non White college graduates (10%)
70%
27%
Non White non-college graduates (24%)
72%
26%
Education among Whites by Sex
White women college graduates (14%)
54%
45%
White women non-college graduates (17%)
36%
63%
White men college graduates (17%)
48%
51%
White men non-college graduates (18%)
28%
70%
Non-whites (33%)
71%
26%
No matter how you voted today, do you usually think of yourself as a:
Democrat (37%)
94%
5%
Republican (36%)
6%
94%
Independent or something else (26%)
54%
41%
On most political matters, do you consider yourself:
Liberal (24%)
89%
10%
Moderate (38%)
64%
34%
Conservative (38%)
14%
85%
2019 total family income:
Under $30,000 (15%)
54%
46%
$30,000 - $49,999 (20%)
56%
43%
$50,000 - $99,999 (39%)
57%
42%
$100,000 - $199,999 (20%)
41%
58%
$200,000 or more (7%)
44%
44%
2019 total family income:
Under $50,000 (35%)
55%
44%
$50,000 or more (65%)
51%
47%
2019 total family income:
Under $100,000 (74%)
56%
43%
$100,000 or more (26%)
42%
54%
2019 total family income:
Under $50,000 (35%)
55%
44%
$50,000-$99,999 (39%)
57%
42%
$100,000 or more (26%)
42%
54%
Do you have any children under 18 living in your home?
Yes (33%)
52%
46%
No (67%)
51%
48%
Parents
Men with children (17%)
48%
49%
Women with children (17%)
56%
43%
Men without children (34%)
47%
51%
Women without children (33%)
55%
44%
Are you currently married?
Yes (56%)
46%
53%
No (44%)
58%
40%
Gender by marital status
Married men (30%)
44%
55%
Married women (26%)
47%
51%
Non-married men (20%)
52%
45%
Non-married women (23%)
63%
36%
Do you work full-time for pay?
Yes (58%)
47%
51%
No (42%)
57%
42%
Does anyone in your household belong to a labor union?
Yes (20%)
56%
40%
No (80%)
50%
49%
Are you:
Protestant (23%)
40%
59%
Catholic (25%)
52%
47%
Other Christian (20%)
37%
62%
Jewish (2%)
Not enough data
Muslim (0%)
Not enough data
Other (8%)
69%
29%
None (22%)
65%
31%
Religion, combined Protestant and other Christian
Protestant or other Christian (43%)
39%
60%
Catholic (25%)
52%
47%
Jewish (2%)
Not enough data
Something else (8%)
69%
29%
None (22%)
65%
31%
Religion, combined Protestant and Other Christian, among Whites.
Protestant/Other Christian (31%)
27%
72%
Catholic (17%)
44%
56%
Jewish (2%)
Not enough data
Something else (4%)
65%
33%
None (14%)
61%
37%
White born-again or evangelical Christians
Yes (28%)
24%
76%
No (72%)
62%
36%
Are you gay, lesbian, bisexual or transgender?
Yes (7%)
64%
27%
No (93%)
51%
48%
Have you ever served in the U.S. military?
Yes (15%)
44%
54%
No (85%)
53%
45%
Is this the first year you have ever voted?
Yes (14%)
64%
32%
No (86%)
49%
49%
When did you finally decide for whom to vote in the presidential election?
In the last few days (3%)
49%
47%
In the last week (2%)
31%
64%
In October (8%)
48%
49%
In September (11%)
52%
45%
Before that (73%)
51%
48%
Time of Decision
In the last month (13%)
46%
51%
Before that (83%)
51%
47%
Time of Decision
In the last week (5%)
42%
54%
Before that (91%)
51%
47%
Do you think the condition of the nation's economy is:
Excellent (13%)
16%
84%
Good (36%)
24%
75%
Not so good (31%)
76%
22%
Poor (19%)
87%
10%
Do you think the condition of the nation's economy is:
Excellent or good (49%)
22%
78%
Not so good or poor (50%)
80%
17%
Compared to four years ago, is your family's financial situation:
Better today (41%)
26%
72%
Worse today (20%)
77%
20%
About the same (39%)
65%
34%
Do you expect life for the next generation of Americans to be:
Better than life today (54%)
55%
44%
Worse than life today (20%)
52%
45%
About the same (21%)
40%
58%
Which ONE of these five issues mattered most in deciding how you voted for president?
Racial inequality (20%)
92%
7%
The coronavirus pandemic (17%)
81%
15%
The economy (35%)
17%
83%
Crime and safety (11%)
27%
71%
Health care policy (11%)
62%
37%
Which ONE of these four candidate qualities mattered most in deciding how you voted for president?
Can unite the country (19%)
75%
24%
Is a strong leader (33%)
28%
72%
Cares about people like me (21%)
49%
50%
Has good judgment (24%)
68%
26%
Which was more important in your vote for president today?
My candidate's positions on the issues (74%)
47%
53%
My candidate's personal qualities (23%)
64%
31%
Which comes closest to your position? Abortion should be:
Legal in all cases (25%)
80%
18%
Legal in most cases (26%)
68%
30%
Illegal in most cases (25%)
27%
72%
Illegal in all cases (17%)
18%
81%
Which comes closest to your position? Abortion should be:
Legal (51%)
74%
24%
Illegal (42%)
23%
76%
Who would better handle the economy?
Joe Biden (49%)
96%
2%
Donald Trump (49%)
6%
92%
Who would better handle the coronavirus pandemic?
Joe Biden (53%)
92%
6%
Donald Trump (43%)
4%
95%
Which is more important?
Containing the coronavirus now, even if it hurts the economy (52%)
79%
19%
Rebuilding the economy now, even if it hurts efforts to contain the coronavirus (42%)
20%
78%
Do you think U.S. efforts to contain the coronavirus pandemic are going:
Very well (18%)
13%
86%
Somewhat well (33%)
21%
78%
Somewhat badly (15%)
74%
24%
Very badly (32%)
94%
4%
Do you think U.S. efforts to contain the coronavirus pandemic are going:
Very well or somewhat well (51%)
18%
81%
Very badly or somewhat badly (48%)
87%
11%
Has the coronavirus pandemic caused you:
A severe financial hardship (16%)
69%
29%
A moderate financial hardship (39%)
59%
39%
No financial hardship at all (44%)
38%
60%
Has the coronavirus pandemic caused you:
A severe financial hardship or a moderate financial hardship (55%)
62%
36%
No financial hardship at all (44%)
38%
60%
Do you consider wearing a face mask in public more of a:
Personal choice (30%)
24%
73%
Public health responsibility (67%)
64%
35%
How confident are you that votes in your state will be counted accurately?
Very confident (47%)
52%
47%
Somewhat confident (40%)
56%
42%
Not very confident (8%)
34%
61%
Not at all confident (4%)
31%
66%
How confident are you that votes in your state will be counted accurately?
Very/Somewhat confident (86%)
54%
45%
Not very/Not at all confident (12%)
33%
63%
Do you think your state makes it easy or difficult for you to vote?
Very easy (69%)
48%
50%
Somewhat easy (25%)
60%
39%
Somewhat difficult (4%)
52%
46%
Very difficult (2%)
Not enough data
Do you think your state makes it easy or difficult for you to vote?
Very easy or somewhat easy (94%)
51%
47%
Very difficult or somewhat difficult (6%)
52%
45%
What should the Supreme Court do about Obamacare, the 2010 health care law?
Keep it as is (51%)
80%
18%
Overturn it (44%)
21%
78%
In deciding your vote for president, were appointments to the Supreme Court:
The most important factor (13%)
47%
51%
An important factor (47%)
54%
45%
A minor factor (18%)
51%
48%
Not a factor at all (19%)
49%
49%
In deciding your vote for president, were appointments to the Supreme Court:
Most important or an important factor (60%)
52%
46%
A minor factor or not a factor at all (37%)
50%
48%
Do you think climate change, also known as global warming, is a serious problem?
Yes (67%)
69%
29%
No (30%)
15%
84%
Do you think the country's criminal justice system:
Treats all people fairly (40%)
14%
84%
Treats Black people unfairly (53%)
82%
17%
Is racism in the U.S.:
The most important problem (18%)
87%
11%
One of many important problems (51%)
61%
37%
A minor problem (18%)
18%
81%
Not a problem at all (10%)
8%
91%
Is racism in the U.S.:
Most important problem or one of many important problems (69%)
68%
30%
A minor problem or not a problem at all (28%)
14%
84%
Is your opinion of the Black Lives Matter movement:
Favorable (57%)
78%
20%
Unfavorable (37%)
14%
86%
Was your vote for president mainly:
For your candidate (71%)
46%
53%
Against his opponent (24%)
68%
30%
How do you feel about the way Donald Trump is handling his job as president?
Strongly approve (38%)
4%
96%
Somewhat approve (12%)
20%
75%
Somewhat disapprove (10%)
89%
7%
Strongly disapprove (39%)
97%
1%
How do you feel about the way Donald Trump is handling his job as president?
Approve (50%)
8%
91%
Disapprove (49%)
96%
3%
Is your opinion of Joe Biden:
Favorable (52%)
94%
4%
Unfavorable (46%)
4%
95%
Is your opinion of Donald Trump:
Favorable (46%)
4%
95%
Unfavorable (52%)
93%
5%
Do you have a favorable opinion of ...
Both (3%)
43%
49%
Only Biden (49%)
97%
2%
Only Trump (43%)
1%
98%
Neither (3%)
35%
52%
Do you think Joe Biden has the temperament to serve effectively as president?
Yes (54%)
92%
7%
No (44%)
3%
94%
Do you think Donald Trump has the temperament to serve effectively as president?
Yes (44%)
4%
95%
No (53%)
89%
9%
Do you think the presidential candidates have the temperament to serve effectively as president?
Both (5%)
36%
63%
Only Biden (49%)
97%
2%
Only Trump (39%)
1%
98%
Neither (6%)
20%
66%
If Joe Biden is elected president, would you feel:
Excited (22%)
97%
3%
Optimistic (28%)
91%
7%
Concerned (23%)
5%
92%
Scared (23%)
6%
93%
If Joe Biden is elected president, would you feel:
Excited or optimistic (50%)
94%
5%
Concerned or scared (46%)
5%
93%
If Donald Trump is re-elected president, would you feel:
Excited (24%)
1%
99%
Optimistic (21%)
12%
86%
Concerned (17%)
78%
20%
Scared (33%)
96%
2%
If Donald Trump is re-elected president, would you feel:
Excited or optimistic (45%)
6%
93%
Concerned or scared (50%)
90%
8%
Which candidate has the physical and mental health needed to serve effectively as president?
Only Joe Biden (41%)
98%
2%
Only Donald Trump (41%)
1%
98%
Both of them (8%)
54%
46%
Neither of them (8%)
62%
27%
Which candidate has the physical and mental health needed to serve effectively as president?
Joe Biden does (49%)
90%
9%
Joe Biden does not (49%)
11%
86%
Which candidate has the physical and mental health needed to serve effectively as president?
Donald Trump does (49%)
10%
89%
Donald Trump does not (49%)
92%
6%
Is your opinion of Kamala Harris:
Favorable (48%)
91%
8%
Unfavorable (47%)
9%
89%
Is your opinion of Mike Pence:
Favorable (46%)
8%
91%
Unfavorable (48%)
91%
8%
Do you have a favorable opinion of ...
Both (6%)
46%
50%
Only Harris (43%)
97%
2%
Only Pence (40%)
2%
97%
Neither (7%)
53%
40%
In the 2016 election for president, did you vote for:
Hillary Clinton (Dem) (40%)
95%
4%
Donald Trump (Rep) (43%)
7%
92%
Other (5%)
60%
25%
Did not vote (11%)
58%
39%
Which best describes your feelings about the way the federal government is working?
Enthusiastic (13%)
18%
81%
Satisfied, but not enthusiastic (27%)
29%
70%
Dissatisfied, but not angry (32%)
67%
31%
Angry (26%)
74%
24%
Which best describes your feelings about the way the federal government is working?
Enthusiastic or satisfied (40%)
25%
74%
Dissatisfied or angry (57%)
70%
28%
In your vote for president, how would you rate the importance of recent rising COVID-19 cases?
The most important factor (23%)
61%
38%
An important factor (37%)
47%
51%
A minor factor (18%)
13%
86%
Not a factor at all (16%)
7%
91%
In your vote for president, how would you rate the importance of recent rising COVID-19 cases?
Important (61%)
52%
46%
Not important (34%)
10%
88%
In your vote for president, how would you rate the importance of recent rising COVID-19 cases?
Factor (79%)
43%
56%
Not a factor (16%)
7%
91%
In today's election for U.S. House of Representatives, did you just vote for:
The Democratic candidate (51%)
95%
4%
The Republican candidate (48%)
4%
95%
Area type
Urban (29%)
60%
38%
Suburban (51%)
50%
48%
Rural (19%)
42%
57%
Region
East (20%)
58%
41%
Midwest (23%)
47%
51%
South (35%)
46%
53%
West (22%)
57%
41%