Fox News Voter Analysis

Fox News has launched an improved approach for analyzing Americans’ priorities and vote preferences on Election Day. The Fox News Voter Analysis combines survey data from NORC at the University of Chicago with voting results from The Associated Press. As more people vote early or by mail, the new method overcomes the limitations of in-person exit polls and captures the views of all Americans by integrating probability-based, state-by-state surveys with a massive online poll. The FNVA survey will show results from all 47 states in which there is a contested statewide election this November.

Full methodology statement

Sex

Answer
Total
Dem
Rep
Men
49%
Dem
45%
Rep
50%
Women
51%
Dem
55%
Rep
40%
Sample: 116,792 Respondents

Age, 4 categories

Answer
Total
Dem
Rep
18-29
12%
Dem
59%
Rep
33%
30-44
23%
Dem
55%
Rep
40%
45-64
38%
Dem
47%
Rep
48%
65 or over
27%
Dem
46%
Rep
50%
Sample: 116,792 Respondents

Age, 2 categories

Answer
Total
Dem
Rep
18-44
35%
Dem
56%
Rep
37%
45+
65%
Dem
47%
Rep
49%
Sample: 116,792 Respondents

Sex, age 2 categories

Answer
Total
Dem
Rep
18-44 men
15%
Dem
51%
Rep
41%
18-44 women
20%
Dem
60%
Rep
34%
45+ men
34%
Dem
42%
Rep
53%
45+ women
31%
Dem
52%
Rep
43%
Sample: 116,423 Respondents

Race/Ethnicity

Answer
Total
Dem
Rep
White
73%
Dem
42%
Rep
53%
African American or Black
12%
Dem
86%
Rep
8%
Latino or Hispanic
9%
Dem
62%
Rep
32%
Asian
2%
Dem
67%
Rep
27%
American Indian, Native American or Alaska Native
1%
Dem
39%
Rep
51%
Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander
0%
Dem
61%
Rep
37%
Other
3%
Dem
51%
Rep
39%
Sample: 116,792 Respondents

Race/Ethnicity

Answer
Total
Dem
Rep
White
73%
Dem
42%
Rep
53%
African American or Black
12%
Dem
86%
Rep
8%
Latino or Hispanic
9%
Dem
62%
Rep
32%
Other
5%
Dem
56%
Rep
36%
Sample: 116,792 Respondents

Race/Ethnicity, 2 categories

Answer
Total
Dem
Rep
White
73%
Dem
42%
Rep
53%
Non-white
26%
Dem
72%
Rep
21%
Sample: 116,792 Respondents

Sex, race 4 categories

Answer
Total
Dem
Rep
White men
37%
Dem
38%
Rep
57%
White women
37%
Dem
46%
Rep
49%
Black men
5%
Dem
82%
Rep
11%
Black women
8%
Dem
89%
Rep
6%
Latino men
4%
Dem
58%
Rep
37%
Latino women
5%
Dem
65%
Rep
28%
All other
5%
Dem
56%
Rep
36%
Sample: 116,414 Respondents

Sex, race 2 categories

Answer
Total
Dem
Rep
White men
37%
Dem
38%
Rep
57%
White women
37%
Dem
46%
Rep
49%
Non-white men
12%
Dem
65%
Rep
28%
Non-white women
15%
Dem
77%
Rep
16%
Sample: 116,414 Respondents

Age 2 categories, race 4 categories

Answer
Total
Dem
Rep
White 18-44
23%
Dem
48%
Rep
46%
White 45+
50%
Dem
39%
Rep
56%
Black 18-44
5%
Dem
82%
Rep
11%
Black 45+
7%
Dem
89%
Rep
6%
Latino 18-44
5%
Dem
66%
Rep
28%
Latino 45+
4%
Dem
57%
Rep
37%
All other races
5%
Dem
56%
Rep
36%
Sample: 116,165 Respondents

Age 2 categories, race 2 categories

Answer
Total
Dem
Rep
White 18-44
23%
Dem
48%
Rep
46%
White 45+
50%
Dem
39%
Rep
56%
Non-white 18-44
12%
Dem
73%
Rep
20%
Non-white 45+
15%
Dem
72%
Rep
22%
Sample: 116,165 Respondents

Education, 4 categories

Answer
Total
Dem
Rep
High school or less
26%
Dem
46%
Rep
46%
Some college/assoc. degree
32%
Dem
49%
Rep
46%
College graduate
26%
Dem
51%
Rep
44%
Postgraduate study
15%
Dem
56%
Rep
39%
Sample: 116,792 Respondents

Education, 2 categories

Answer
Total
Dem
Rep
No college degree
58%
Dem
48%
Rep
46%
College degree
42%
Dem
53%
Rep
43%
Sample: 116,792 Respondents

Sex, education 2 categories

Answer
Total
Dem
Rep
Non college grad men
26%
Dem
43%
Rep
50%
College grad men
23%
Dem
47%
Rep
49%
Non college grad women
33%
Dem
51%
Rep
43%
College grad women
19%
Dem
61%
Rep
34%
Sample: 116,717 Respondents

Education 2 categories, race 4 categories

Answer
Total
Dem
Rep
White non college
41%
Dem
37%
Rep
58%
White college
33%
Dem
49%
Rep
47%
Black non college
9%
Dem
87%
Rep
7%
Black college
3%
Dem
84%
Rep
10%
Latino non college
6%
Dem
62%
Rep
31%
Latino college
3%
Dem
61%
Rep
35%
All others
5%
Dem
56%
Rep
36%
Sample: 116,414 Respondents

Education 2 categories, race 2 categories

Answer
Total
Dem
Rep
White non college
41%
Dem
37%
Rep
58%
White college
33%
Dem
49%
Rep
47%
Non-white non college
18%
Dem
73%
Rep
20%
Non-white college
9%
Dem
69%
Rep
25%
Sample: 116,414 Respondents

Sex, education 2 categories, race 2 categories

Answer
Total
Dem
Rep
White non college men
18%
Dem
33%
Rep
61%
White non college women
22%
Dem
39%
Rep
55%
White college men
18%
Dem
43%
Rep
53%
White college women
14%
Dem
56%
Rep
40%
Non-white non college men
7%
Dem
68%
Rep
25%
Non-white non college women
10%
Dem
77%
Rep
16%
Non-white college men
5%
Dem
61%
Rep
32%
Non-white college women
5%
Dem
77%
Rep
18%
Sample: 116,382 Respondents

Income

Answer
Total
Dem
Rep
Under $25,000
12%
Dem
57%
Rep
34%
$25,000-$49,999
21%
Dem
52%
Rep
43%
$50,000-$74,999
19%
Dem
48%
Rep
47%
$75,000-$99,999
15%
Dem
47%
Rep
49%
$100,000 or more
31%
Dem
49%
Rep
46%
Sample: 116,792 Respondents

Income, 3 categories

Answer
Total
Dem
Rep
Under $50,000
33%
Dem
54%
Rep
39%
$50,000-$99,999
34%
Dem
48%
Rep
48%
$100,000 or more
31%
Dem
49%
Rep
46%
Sample: 116,792 Respondents

Income, 2 categories

Answer
Total
Dem
Rep
Under $50,000
33%
Dem
54%
Rep
39%
$50,000 or more
65%
Dem
48%
Rep
47%
Sample: 116,792 Respondents

Party ID with leaners

Answer
Total
Dem
Rep
Democrat/Lean Dem
44%
Dem
95%
Rep
3%
Republican/Lean Rep
43%
Dem
7%
Rep
90%
Independent
13%
Dem
43%
Rep
33%
Sample: 116,791 Respondents

Sex, party with leaners

Answer
Total
Dem
Rep
Democratic men
18%
Dem
94%
Rep
3%
Democratic women
26%
Dem
95%
Rep
2%
Republican men
24%
Dem
7%
Rep
90%
Republican women
20%
Dem
6%
Rep
91%
Independent men
7%
Dem
43%
Rep
34%
Independent women
6%
Dem
44%
Rep
32%
Sample: 116,751 Respondents

Party with leaners, age 2 categories

Answer
Total
Dem
Rep
18-44 Democrat
18%
Dem
95%
Rep
3%
45+ Democrat
26%
Dem
95%
Rep
3%
18-44 Republican
13%
Dem
7%
Rep
89%
45+ Republican
30%
Dem
6%
Rep
91%
18-44 Independent
5%
Dem
44%
Rep
28%
45+ Independent
8%
Dem
43%
Rep
36%
Sample: 116,443 Respondents

Ideology

Answer
Total
Dem
Rep
Very liberal
11%
Dem
88%
Rep
9%
Somewhat liberal
17%
Dem
88%
Rep
8%
Moderate
35%
Dem
57%
Rep
35%
Somewhat conservative
22%
Dem
14%
Rep
81%
Very conservative
14%
Dem
8%
Rep
88%
Sample: 116,792 Respondents

Ideology - 3 categories

Answer
Total
Dem
Rep
Liberal
29%
Dem
88%
Rep
9%
Moderate
35%
Dem
57%
Rep
35%
Conservative
36%
Dem
12%
Rep
84%
Sample: 116,792 Respondents

Religion

Answer
Total
Dem
Rep
Protestant
24%
Dem
36%
Rep
61%
Catholic
22%
Dem
47%
Rep
47%
Mormon
1%
Dem
28%
Rep
66%
Other Christian
20%
Dem
45%
Rep
50%
Jewish
3%
Dem
69%
Rep
27%
Muslim
0%
Dem
79%
Rep
17%
Something else
7%
Dem
63%
Rep
30%
None
21%
Dem
67%
Rep
26%
Sample: 116,792 Respondents

White evangelical

Answer
Total
Dem
Rep
White evangelical/white born-again Christians
22%
Dem
17%
Rep
77%
All others
78%
Dem
56%
Rep
38%
Sample: 36,665 Respondents

Church attendance, 2 categories

Answer
Total
Dem
Rep
At least monthly
41%
Dem
40%
Rep
55%
Less often
59%
Dem
54%
Rep
39%
Sample: 33,705 Respondents

White evangelical, educ 2 categories

Answer
Total
Dem
Rep
White evang/born-again college
7%
Dem
18%
Rep
79%
White evang/born-again non college
15%
Dem
17%
Rep
76%
All others
78%
Dem
56%
Rep
38%
Sample: 36,648 Respondents

White, religion

Answer
Total
Dem
Rep
White Protestant/Other Christian
33%
Dem
29%
Rep
68%
White Catholic
16%
Dem
40%
Rep
55%
White other
8%
Dem
54%
Rep
40%
White no religion
16%
Dem
64%
Rep
29%
Non-whites
27%
Dem
72%
Rep
21%
Sample: 115,924 Respondents

Was Trump a reason for vote, 2 categories

Answer
Total
Dem
Rep
Trump was a factor
63%
Dem
57%
Rep
40%
Trump was not a factor
36%
Dem
38%
Rep
52%
Sample: 116,790 Respondents

Was Trump a reason for vote

Answer
Total
Dem
Rep
Voted to express support for Trump
26%
Dem
5%
Rep
92%
Voted to express opposition for Trump
37%
Dem
93%
Rep
4%
Trump was not a factor
36%
Dem
38%
Rep
52%
Sample: 116,790 Respondents

Opinion of Donald Trump

Answer
Total
Dem
Rep
Very favorable
28%
Dem
5%
Rep
92%
Somewhat favorable
16%
Dem
14%
Rep
80%
Somewhat unfavorable
9%
Dem
48%
Rep
39%
Very unfavorable
44%
Dem
89%
Rep
6%
Sample: 33,703 Respondents

Opinion of Donald Trump, 2 categories

Answer
Total
Dem
Rep
Very/Somewhat favorable
44%
Dem
8%
Rep
88%
Very/Somewhat unfavorable
53%
Dem
83%
Rep
12%
Sample: 33,703 Respondents

Trump job approval

Answer
Total
Dem
Rep
Approve
45%
Dem
9%
Rep
86%
Disapprove
55%
Dem
83%
Rep
11%
Sample: 116,792 Respondents

Trump job approval with strength

Answer
Total
Dem
Rep
Approve strongly
27%
Dem
6%
Rep
91%
Approve somewhat
18%
Dem
15%
Rep
78%
Disapprove somewhat
10%
Dem
56%
Rep
35%
Disapprove strongly
44%
Dem
90%
Rep
5%
Sample: 116,792 Respondents

Approval of Trump on economy

Answer
Total
Dem
Rep
Approve
55%
Dem
20%
Rep
76%
Disapprove
43%
Dem
87%
Rep
7%
Sample: 33,612 Respondents

Approval of Trump on health care

Answer
Total
Dem
Rep
Approve
41%
Dem
10%
Rep
86%
Disapprove
56%
Dem
79%
Rep
15%
Sample: 33,612 Respondents

Approval of Trump on immigration

Answer
Total
Dem
Rep
Approve
45%
Dem
11%
Rep
85%
Disapprove
54%
Dem
82%
Rep
12%
Sample: 33,612 Respondents

Approval of Trump on international trade

Answer
Total
Dem
Rep
Approve
46%
Dem
13%
Rep
83%
Disapprove
53%
Dem
81%
Rep
13%
Sample: 33,612 Respondents

Approval of Trump on Supreme Court nominations

Answer
Total
Dem
Rep
Approve
49%
Dem
11%
Rep
84%
Disapprove
50%
Dem
87%
Rep
8%
Sample: 33,612 Respondents

Approval of Trump on border security

Answer
Total
Dem
Rep
Approve
49%
Dem
15%
Rep
81%
Disapprove
49%
Dem
84%
Rep
11%
Sample: 33,612 Respondents

Trump has the right temperament to serve effectively as president

Answer
Total
Dem
Rep
Yes
35%
Dem
8%
Rep
89%
No
64%
Dem
72%
Rep
22%
Sample: 33,577 Respondents

Trump is bringing needed change to the government

Answer
Total
Dem
Rep
Yes
50%
Dem
12%
Rep
84%
No
50%
Dem
86%
Rep
8%
Sample: 33,577 Respondents

Trump is a strong leader

Answer
Total
Dem
Rep
Yes
48%
Dem
13%
Rep
83%
No
51%
Dem
83%
Rep
11%
Sample: 33,577 Respondents

Trump is honest and trustworthy

Answer
Total
Dem
Rep
Yes
36%
Dem
7%
Rep
90%
No
62%
Dem
74%
Rep
19%
Sample: 33,577 Respondents

Trump cares about people like you

Answer
Total
Dem
Rep
Yes
41%
Dem
7%
Rep
89%
No
58%
Dem
79%
Rep
15%
Sample: 33,577 Respondents

Trump stands up for what he believes in

Answer
Total
Dem
Rep
Yes
72%
Dem
34%
Rep
61%
No
27%
Dem
87%
Rep
7%
Sample: 33,577 Respondents

Trump administration ethics compared with previous administrations

Answer
Total
Dem
Rep
More ethical
25%
Dem
8%
Rep
90%
Less ethical
51%
Dem
85%
Rep
10%
About the same
23%
Dem
16%
Rep
76%
Sample: 33,577 Respondents

Trump administration impact on U.S. safety - terrorism

Answer
Total
Dem
Rep
Made the U.S. safer
39%
Dem
10%
Rep
87%
Made the U.S. less safe
36%
Dem
88%
Rep
7%
Hasn't made much difference
25%
Dem
54%
Rep
36%
Sample: 33,642 Respondents

Trump administration impact on U.S. safety - crime

Answer
Total
Dem
Rep
Made the U.S. safer
27%
Dem
8%
Rep
89%
Made the U.S. less safe
35%
Dem
86%
Rep
9%
Hasn't made much difference
37%
Dem
44%
Rep
48%
Sample: 33,642 Respondents

Trump administration impact on U.S. safety - cyberattacks

Answer
Total
Dem
Rep
Made the U.S. safer
22%
Dem
9%
Rep
88%
Made the U.S. less safe
36%
Dem
86%
Rep
10%
Hasn't made much difference
39%
Dem
39%
Rep
53%
Sample: 33,642 Respondents

Most important issue facing the country

Answer
Total
Dem
Rep
The economy and jobs
19%
Dem
36%
Rep
58%
Health care
26%
Dem
72%
Rep
22%
Immigration
23%
Dem
20%
Rep
77%
Taxes
4%
Dem
46%
Rep
46%
Abortion
2%
Dem
18%
Rep
77%
Gun policy
8%
Dem
78%
Rep
17%
The environment
7%
Dem
83%
Rep
10%
Foreign policy
5%
Dem
62%
Rep
33%
Terrorism
6%
Dem
37%
Rep
55%
Sample: 116,792 Respondents

Direction of the country

Answer
Total
Dem
Rep
Right direction
42%
Dem
13%
Rep
83%
Wrong direction
56%
Dem
78%
Rep
16%
Sample: 116,792 Respondents

Life for the next generation of Americans will be

Answer
Total
Dem
Rep
Better than life today
24%
Dem
37%
Rep
60%
Worse than life today
49%
Dem
59%
Rep
36%
About the same
25%
Dem
42%
Rep
52%
Sample: 33,577 Respondents

Trust government to do what's right

Answer
Total
Dem
Rep
Just about always
3%
Dem
36%
Rep
59%
Most of the time
16%
Dem
32%
Rep
63%
Only some of the time
63%
Dem
51%
Rep
44%
Never
18%
Dem
61%
Rep
29%
Sample: 33,642 Respondents

Trust government to do what's right, 2 categories

Answer
Total
Dem
Rep
Always/Most of the time
19%
Dem
32%
Rep
63%
Some of the time/Never
80%
Dem
53%
Rep
41%
Sample: 33,642 Respondents

Feelings toward federal government

Answer
Total
Dem
Rep
Enthusiastic
5%
Dem
14%
Rep
83%
Satisfied, but not enthusiastic
23%
Dem
21%
Rep
74%
Dissatisfied, but not angry
43%
Dem
51%
Rep
43%
Angry
28%
Dem
76%
Rep
20%
Sample: 33,577 Respondents

Feelings toward federal government, 2 categories

Answer
Total
Dem
Rep
Enthusiastic/Satisfied
28%
Dem
20%
Rep
76%
Dissatisfied/Angry
71%
Dem
61%
Rep
34%
Sample: 33,577 Respondents

Views of government's role

Answer
Total
Dem
Rep
Government should do more to solve problems
49%
Dem
71%
Rep
24%
Government doing too many things better left to business and individuals
49%
Dem
26%
Rep
68%
Sample: 33,577 Respondents

Congress job approval

Answer
Total
Dem
Rep
Approve
26%
Dem
23%
Rep
73%
Disapprove
72%
Dem
59%
Rep
36%
Sample: 33,577 Respondents

Congress job approval with strength

Answer
Total
Dem
Rep
Approve strongly
4%
Dem
31%
Rep
63%
Approve somewhat
22%
Dem
22%
Rep
74%
Disapprove somewhat
33%
Dem
46%
Rep
48%
Disapprove strongly
39%
Dem
69%
Rep
26%
Sample: 33,577 Respondents

Opinion of the Democratic Party

Answer
Total
Dem
Rep
Very favorable
17%
Dem
94%
Rep
5%
Somewhat favorable
26%
Dem
87%
Rep
10%
Somewhat unfavorable
18%
Dem
37%
Rep
54%
Very unfavorable
35%
Dem
5%
Rep
90%
Sample: 33,703 Respondents

Opinion of the Democratic Party, 2 categories

Answer
Total
Dem
Rep
Very/Somewhat favorable
43%
Dem
90%
Rep
8%
Very/Somewhat unfavorable
53%
Dem
16%
Rep
78%
Sample: 33,703 Respondents

Opinion of the Republican Party

Answer
Total
Dem
Rep
Very favorable
19%
Dem
5%
Rep
93%
Somewhat favorable
25%
Dem
10%
Rep
86%
Somewhat unfavorable
17%
Dem
64%
Rep
27%
Very unfavorable
35%
Dem
93%
Rep
4%
Sample: 33,703 Respondents

Opinion of the Republican Party, 2 categories

Answer
Total
Dem
Rep
Very/Somewhat favorable
44%
Dem
8%
Rep
89%
Very/Somewhat unfavorable
52%
Dem
83%
Rep
11%
Sample: 33,703 Respondents

Combined Rep Party and Trump favorability

Answer
Total
Dem
Rep
Favorable view of Rep Party and Trump
41%
Dem
5%
Rep
92%
Favorable view of Rep Party, unfavorable view of Trump
5%
Dem
32%
Rep
63%
Favorable view of Trump, unfavorable view of Rep Party
5%
Dem
32%
Rep
60%
Unfavorable view of Rep Party and Trump
49%
Dem
88%
Rep
7%
Sample: 32,119 Respondents

Combined party favorability

Answer
Total
Dem
Rep
Favorable view of both parties
6%
Dem
45%
Rep
49%
Favorable view of Rep Party, unfavorable view of Dem Party
40%
Dem
2%
Rep
95%
Favorable view of Dem Party, unfavorable view of Rep Party
39%
Dem
96%
Rep
2%
Unfavorable view of parties
16%
Dem
51%
Rep
35%
Sample: 32,013 Respondents

Intentions of Republicans

Answer
Total
Dem
Rep
They mostly try to do what's best for the country, even if they don't always get it right
43%
Dem
13%
Rep
82%
They mostly try to do what's best for their party, even when it's bad for the country
55%
Dem
78%
Rep
16%
Sample: 33,642 Respondents

Intentions of Democrats

Answer
Total
Dem
Rep
They mostly try to do what's best for the country, even if they don't always get it right
47%
Dem
83%
Rep
12%
They mostly try to do what's best for their party, even when it's bad for the country
51%
Dem
18%
Rep
76%
Sample: 33,642 Respondents

Importance of debate over Kavanaugh's confirmation to vote

Answer
Total
Dem
Rep
Very important
48%
Dem
55%
Rep
42%
Somewhat important
26%
Dem
49%
Rep
46%
Not very important
15%
Dem
39%
Rep
53%
Not at all important
10%
Dem
30%
Rep
56%
Sample: 34,537 Respondents

Importance of debate over Kavanaugh's confirmation to vote, 2 categories

Answer
Total
Dem
Rep
Very/Somewhat important
74%
Dem
53%
Rep
43%
Not very/Not at all important
25%
Dem
35%
Rep
54%
Sample: 34,537 Respondents

Condition of national economy

Answer
Total
Dem
Rep
Excellent
12%
Dem
13%
Rep
84%
Good
54%
Dem
41%
Rep
54%
Not so good
28%
Dem
74%
Rep
19%
Poor
6%
Dem
78%
Rep
10%
Sample: 33,612 Respondents

Condition of national economy, 2 categories

Answer
Total
Dem
Rep
Excellent/Good
66%
Dem
36%
Rep
60%
Not so good/Poor
33%
Dem
75%
Rep
17%
Sample: 33,612 Respondents

Family's financial situation

Answer
Total
Dem
Rep
Getting ahead
20%
Dem
33%
Rep
63%
Holding steady
63%
Dem
51%
Rep
44%
Falling behind
17%
Dem
65%
Rep
27%
Sample: 116,792 Respondents

Impact of Trump admin's trade policies on national economy

Answer
Total
Dem
Rep
Help
40%
Dem
11%
Rep
85%
Hurt
48%
Dem
84%
Rep
11%
No difference
10%
Dem
43%
Rep
45%
Sample: 116,792 Respondents

Impact of Trump admin's trade policies on local economy

Answer
Total
Dem
Rep
Help
33%
Dem
10%
Rep
87%
Hurt
42%
Dem
84%
Rep
11%
No difference
25%
Dem
45%
Rep
47%
Sample: 116,792 Respondents

How the economic system treats the wealthy

Answer
Total
Dem
Rep
Favors too much
70%
Dem
64%
Rep
30%
Does not favor enough
3%
Dem
37%
Rep
57%
Treats about right
25%
Dem
10%
Rep
85%
Sample: 33,612 Respondents

How the economic system treats the middle class

Answer
Total
Dem
Rep
Favors too much
4%
Dem
53%
Rep
39%
Does not favor enough
69%
Dem
58%
Rep
37%
Treats about right
27%
Dem
25%
Rep
69%
Sample: 33,612 Respondents

How the economic system treats the poor

Answer
Total
Dem
Rep
Favors too much
13%
Dem
13%
Rep
83%
Does not favor enough
63%
Dem
68%
Rep
26%
Treats about right
23%
Dem
18%
Rep
77%
Sample: 33,612 Respondents

Opinion of 2017 tax law

Answer
Total
Dem
Rep
Approve strongly
18%
Dem
8%
Rep
89%
Approve somewhat
30%
Dem
24%
Rep
71%
Disapprove somewhat
24%
Dem
72%
Rep
21%
Disapprove strongly
24%
Dem
89%
Rep
6%
Sample: 33,612 Respondents

Opinion of 2017 tax law, 2 categories

Answer
Total
Dem
Rep
Approve
48%
Dem
18%
Rep
78%
Disapprove
48%
Dem
81%
Rep
14%
Sample: 33,612 Respondents

Views of the Affordable Care Act

Answer
Total
Dem
Rep
Repeal the law entirely
25%
Dem
8%
Rep
87%
Repeal parts of the law
26%
Dem
30%
Rep
64%
Leave the law as is
13%
Dem
76%
Rep
17%
Expand the law
34%
Dem
87%
Rep
8%
Sample: 116,792 Respondents

Views of the Affordable Care Act, 2 categories

Answer
Total
Dem
Rep
Repeal the law entirely/Repeal parts
52%
Dem
19%
Rep
75%
Leave as is/Expand
47%
Dem
84%
Rep
11%
Sample: 116,792 Respondents

Government responsibility to provide healthcare

Answer
Total
Dem
Rep
Government should be responsible
58%
Dem
72%
Rep
22%
Government should not be responsible
41%
Dem
16%
Rep
78%
Sample: 34,282 Respondents

Immigration policy - immigrants living in the U.S. illegally

Answer
Total
Dem
Rep
Offered a chance to apply for legal status
69%
Dem
64%
Rep
31%
Deported to the country they came from
30%
Dem
18%
Rep
77%
Sample: 116,792 Respondents

Views of immigrants in the U.S.

Answer
Total
Dem
Rep
Do more to help the country
59%
Dem
70%
Rep
25%
Do more to hurt the country
38%
Dem
20%
Rep
76%
Sample: 34,852 Respondents

U.S.-Mexico border wall

Answer
Total
Dem
Rep
Strongly favor
31%
Dem
8%
Rep
87%
Somewhat favor
17%
Dem
25%
Rep
69%
Somewhat oppose
13%
Dem
62%
Rep
31%
Strongly oppose
39%
Dem
88%
Rep
7%
Sample: 33,612 Respondents

U.S.-Mexico border wall, 2 categories

Answer
Total
Dem
Rep
Strongly/Somewhat favor
47%
Dem
14%
Rep
81%
Strongly/Somewhat oppose
52%
Dem
81%
Rep
13%
Sample: 33,612 Respondents

Do you think the Trump campaign coordinated with the Russian government during the 2016 presidential election?

Answer
Total
Dem
Rep
Yes
48%
Dem
86%
Rep
10%
No
49%
Dem
15%
Rep
80%
Sample: 116,792 Respondents

Concerns about foreign government interference impacting the outcome of the 2018 midterms

Answer
Total
Dem
Rep
Very concerned
29%
Dem
81%
Rep
15%
Somewhat concerned
30%
Dem
58%
Rep
37%
Not too concerned
26%
Dem
25%
Rep
69%
Not at all concerned
15%
Dem
12%
Rep
81%
Sample: 33,612 Respondents

Concerns about foreign government interference impacting the outcome of the 2018 midterms, 2 categories

Answer
Total
Dem
Rep
Very/Somewhat concerned
59%
Dem
69%
Rep
26%
Not too/Not at all concerned
41%
Dem
20%
Rep
74%
Sample: 33,612 Respondents

Views on abortion

Answer
Total
Dem
Rep
Legal in all cases
25%
Dem
77%
Rep
18%
Legal in most cases
35%
Dem
59%
Rep
35%
Illegal in most cases
26%
Dem
22%
Rep
74%
Illegal in all cases
13%
Dem
21%
Rep
71%
Sample: 33,706 Respondents

Views on abortion, 2 categories

Answer
Total
Dem
Rep
Legal in all/most cases
59%
Dem
66%
Rep
28%
Illegal in all/most cases
39%
Dem
22%
Rep
73%
Sample: 33,706 Respondents

Concern over effects of climate change

Answer
Total
Dem
Rep
Very concerned
43%
Dem
79%
Rep
16%
Somewhat concerned
27%
Dem
40%
Rep
54%
Not too concerned
18%
Dem
16%
Rep
79%
Not at all concerned
12%
Dem
8%
Rep
84%
Sample: 34,271 Respondents

Concern over effects of climate change, 2 categories

Answer
Total
Dem
Rep
Very/Somewhat concerned
70%
Dem
64%
Rep
31%
Not too/Not at all concerned
29%
Dem
13%
Rep
81%
Sample: 34,271 Respondents

Views of gun laws

Answer
Total
Dem
Rep
Should be more strict
61%
Dem
69%
Rep
25%
Should be less strict
8%
Dem
20%
Rep
75%
Should be kept as they are
30%
Dem
17%
Rep
77%
Sample: 34,622 Respondents

Should use of marijuana be legal nationwide

Answer
Total
Dem
Rep
Yes, legal
61%
Dem
59%
Rep
36%
No
37%
Dem
31%
Rep
63%
Sample: 34,302 Respondents

Concern about women not being believed when they make allegations of sexual misconduct

Answer
Total
Dem
Rep
Very concerned
43%
Dem
72%
Rep
24%
Somewhat concerned
35%
Dem
40%
Rep
55%
Not too concerned
15%
Dem
17%
Rep
78%
Not at all concerned
7%
Dem
14%
Rep
70%
Sample: 33,706 Respondents

Concern about women not being believed when they make allegations of sexual misconduct, 2 categories

Answer
Total
Dem
Rep
Very/Somewhat concerned
78%
Dem
58%
Rep
37%
Not too/Not at all concerned
21%
Dem
16%
Rep
76%
Sample: 33,706 Respondents

Concern about men not being given the opportunity to defend themselves against allegations of sexual misconduct

Answer
Total
Dem
Rep
Very concerned
38%
Dem
34%
Rep
61%
Somewhat concerned
36%
Dem
48%
Rep
46%
Not too concerned
17%
Dem
70%
Rep
25%
Not at all concerned
8%
Dem
72%
Rep
15%
Sample: 33,706 Respondents

Concern about men not being given the opportunity to defend themselves against allegations of sexual misconduct, 2 categories

Answer
Total
Dem
Rep
Very/Somewhat concerned
74%
Dem
41%
Rep
54%
Not too/Not at all concerned
25%
Dem
70%
Rep
22%
Sample: 33,706 Respondents

Concern about the use of opioids in your community

Answer
Total
Dem
Rep
Very concerned
49%
Dem
50%
Rep
45%
Somewhat concerned
32%
Dem
49%
Rep
47%
Not too concerned
13%
Dem
47%
Rep
48%
Not at all concerned
5%
Dem
45%
Rep
44%
Sample: 33,577 Respondents

Concern about the use of opioids in your community, 2 categories

Answer
Total
Dem
Rep
Very/Somewhat concerned
82%
Dem
50%
Rep
46%
Not too/Not at all concerned
18%
Dem
47%
Rep
47%
Sample: 33,577 Respondents

Too much pressure to be politically correct these days

Answer
Total
Dem
Rep
Pressure to be politically correct has gone too far these days
66%
Dem
35%
Rep
61%
There's not too much pressure these days to be politically correct
33%
Dem
77%
Rep
17%
Sample: 33,577 Respondents

Advantages of blacks and whites in US society

Answer
Total
Dem
Rep
Whites have more advantages than blacks
45%
Dem
79%
Rep
16%
Blacks have more advantages than whites
15%
Dem
17%
Rep
78%
Neither has much advantage over the other
39%
Dem
27%
Rep
67%
Sample: 33,577 Respondents

2020 vote choice

Answer
Total
Dem
Rep
Donald Trump, the Republican
34%
Dem
3%
Rep
95%
The Democratic candidate
41%
Dem
95%
Rep
3%
It depends
23%
Dem
36%
Rep
50%
Would not vote
1%
Dem
27%
Rep
25%
Sample: 33,642 Respondents

Do you think the way Democrats talk about politics these days is leading to an increase in acts of violence, or don't you think so?

Answer
Total
Dem
Rep
Yes, it is
48%
Dem
20%
Rep
75%
No, it is not
51%
Dem
78%
Rep
16%
Sample: 116,792 Respondents

Do you think the way Republican talk about politics these days is leading to an increase in acts of violence, or don't you think so?

Answer
Total
Dem
Rep
Yes, it is
55%
Dem
78%
Rep
17%
No, it is not
44%
Dem
16%
Rep
79%
Sample: 116,792 Respondents

Which best describes when you decided how you would vote?

Answer
Total
Dem
Rep
I've known all along
47%
Dem
52%
Rep
45%
I decided over the course of the campaign
40%
Dem
49%
Rep
46%
I decided in the last few days
7%
Dem
49%
Rep
41%
I still haven't decided
5%
Dem
36%
Rep
34%
Sample: 116,790 Respondents

Combined: Do you think the way Democrats/Republicans talk about politics these days is leading to an increase in acts of violence, or don't you think so?

Answer
Total
Dem
Rep
Yes, both
18%
Dem
46%
Rep
46%
Democrats but not Republicans
31%
Dem
5%
Rep
92%
Republicans but not Democrats
38%
Dem
93%
Rep
4%
No, neither
14%
Dem
39%
Rep
50%
Sample: 114,440 Respondents

Married

Answer
Total
Dem
Rep
Single/Never married
22%
Dem
63%
Rep
29%
Married
60%
Dem
42%
Rep
53%
Separated
1%
Dem
59%
Rep
37%
Divorced
11%
Dem
52%
Rep
43%
Widowed
6%
Dem
45%
Rep
44%
Sample: 33,705 Respondents

Married, 2 categories

Answer
Total
Dem
Rep
Married
60%
Dem
42%
Rep
53%
Not married
40%
Dem
58%
Rep
35%
Sample: 33,705 Respondents

Sex, married 2 categories

Answer
Total
Dem
Rep
Married men
31%
Dem
39%
Rep
57%
Married women
29%
Dem
46%
Rep
49%
Not married men
17%
Dem
50%
Rep
40%
Not married women
23%
Dem
63%
Rep
31%
Sample: 33,614 Respondents

Gun household

Answer
Total
Dem
Rep
Gun in household
44%
Dem
37%
Rep
58%
No gun in household
54%
Dem
61%
Rep
33%
Sample: 34,658 Respondents

Union household

Answer
Total
Dem
Rep
Union household
16%
Dem
55%
Rep
40%
Non union in household
83%
Dem
48%
Rep
46%
Sample: 56,934 Respondents

Veteran household

Answer
Total
Dem
Rep
Veteran household
32%
Dem
43%
Rep
51%
Non veteran household
68%
Dem
52%
Rep
42%
Sample: 41,744 Respondents

LGBT ID

Answer
Total
Dem
Rep
Yes
7%
Dem
68%
Rep
23%
No
93%
Dem
47%
Rep
47%
Sample: 33,705 Respondents

Born a citizen, or not

Answer
Total
Dem
Rep
Yes
96%
Dem
49%
Rep
46%
No
4%
Dem
63%
Rep
29%
Sample: 33,613 Respondents

First time voter

Answer
Total
Dem
Rep
First time voting
3%
Dem
61%
Rep
31%
Not
97%
Dem
50%
Rep
45%
Sample: 116,792 Respondents

Community type

Answer
Total
Dem
Rep
Urban
20%
Dem
65%
Rep
29%
Suburban
44%
Dem
52%
Rep
44%
Small town/Rural
35%
Dem
39%
Rep
55%
Sample: 116,792 Respondents

Sex, sizeplace 3 categories

Answer
Total
Dem
Rep
Urban men
10%
Dem
59%
Rep
35%
Suburban men
22%
Dem
46%
Rep
49%
Small town/Rural men
16%
Dem
34%
Rep
60%
Urban women
10%
Dem
71%
Rep
23%
Suburban women
22%
Dem
57%
Rep
38%
Small town/Rural women
19%
Dem
44%
Rep
50%
Sample: 116,409 Respondents

Race 2 categories, sizeplace 3 categories

Answer
Total
Dem
Rep
White urban
12%
Dem
55%
Rep
39%
White suburban
33%
Dem
45%
Rep
50%
White small town/rural
29%
Dem
33%
Rep
61%
Non-white urban
9%
Dem
78%
Rep
15%
Non-white suburban
11%
Dem
71%
Rep
24%
Non-white small town/rural
6%
Dem
65%
Rep
26%
Sample: 116,117 Respondents