Election 2020

Election Polling

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32%
Ranking as the top issue, one-third of registered voters (32%) say the economy is going to be the most important issue in deciding their vote for president.
54%
if a coronavirus vaccine was indeed approved by the FDA before the election and was made available and free to everyone who wanted it, just four in ten adults (42%) say they would want to get vaccinated while a slight majority (54%) say they would not want to get vaccinated under those circumstances.
58%
Majorities of voters view racism (58%) and violence caused by protestors (54%) as a “big problem”. About one-fourth of Democratic voters (27%) say race relations is going to be the most important issue in deciding their vote for president while a similar share of Republicans (23%) say criminal justice and policing will be the top issue in to their vote.
≥50%
At least half of voters think former Vice President Biden has a better approach than President Trump to handle a variety of different health care issues including making decisions about women’s reproductive health choices and services (55%), determining the future of the ACA (54%), maintaining protections for people with pre-existing health conditions (52%), and ensuring access to health care and insurance (52%).
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