Economist/YouGov data finds that about half (49%) of registered voters believe that Joe Biden is honest and trustworthy, while just over one-third (35%) apply the same label to Donald Trump.
Data from the latest Daily Show/YouGov poll finds that Americans would generally trust Democratic nominee Joe Biden to water their plants if they were away, but they’re a little less confident in his babysitting skills.
President Donald Trump has been name-dropped by several rappers over the years, but how good would he be at laying down his own track?
In October, nearly as many Biden supporters (46%) say they are mainly voting as an expression of support for Biden as say they are voting against Donald Trump (52%).
Supporters of President Trump are especially likely (75%) to say they believe China is actively trying to influence the election, compared to three in five (62%) Biden supporters.
Majorities of Republicans (56%) and Democrats (57%) say election rigging would be the main explanation for their own candidate losing the election.
By 45% to 32% registered voters think Hunter Biden has engaged in corrupt business dealings.
According to data from the latest Yahoo News/YouGov poll, while many likely voters (41%) agree with the president’s charge of corruption against the Biden family, more still believe that the Trump family are corrupt (56%).
With the election campaign drawing to a close, a new Yahoo News / YouGov poll looks at what voters have made of this election cycle.
Boosting the stock market tops the list of ten issues the survey asked respondents to judge the Trump administration on, with most voters (54%) considering it a “major accomplishment”. One in three (35%) Biden supporters begrudged the president this achievement – far more than did so for any other.
Two-thirds of Midwesterners report greater numbers of cases where they live, compared to 50% in the West, 49% in the Northeast, and 40% in the South.
Results of a new Economist/YouGov survey show that Republicans and Democrats are living in two entirely different elections, with large majorities on each side convinced that their own candidate is going to win.
Democrats need three GOP-held seats if the next vice president is a Democrat or four seats if not.
Unsurprisingly voters who below to each candidate’s party are more likely to think they will improve the economy: 77% of Democrats say so of Biden, while 88% of Republicans think the same of Trump.
Half (47%) of Trump supporters say the worst part of the pandemic is behind us, while just 4% of Biden supporters say the same.
Just 42% Black likely voters between 18-to 29-years old are “very enthusiastic” about voting for Biden, compared to 79% of of Black likely voters who are 65 and older.
Voters are far more likely to have noticed failures to properly protect against coronavirus when committed by others than by themselves, data from a recent Yahoo News/YouGov survey shows.
Most voters who plan to vote in-person say there’s no limit to how long they’re willing to wait to cast their ballot, according to new Economist / YouGov data.
The Democratic nominee has the support of nine in ten (92%) Black voters in the state and leads Donald Trump by 63% to 37% among Hispanic voters. The President has a nine-point edge among seniors (53% vs. 44%) while Joe Biden has a large majority of the voters under the age of 30 (68% to 29%).
The President has a 65% to 34% advantage among White voters without a college degree while Joe Biden has a 51% vs. 45% edge among White voters with college degrees. The Democrat is attracting the overwhelming majority of the state’s Black voters, leading by 87% to 12%. Seniors are split 50% for Biden and 48% for Trump.