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.
The President leads among White voters without college degrees (76% to 22%), White voters with college degrees (57% to 41%) and men (53% to 44%), while the Democrat leads among Black voters (85% to 13%) and women (53% to 46%).
Nearly nine in 10 (87%) registered voters who already voted by mail and 76% of voters who already voted early in-person found the process easy.
Two thirds of Americans (68%) have heard at least a little about QAnon, the conspiracy theory that claims that top Democrats are involved in a child sex trafficking ring, according to the latest Economist/YouGov poll.
A snap poll of 491 registered voters who watched Thursday's debate finds that 54% believe that Biden won the event, while 35% believe that Trump won.
Voters seem to view race relations as President Trump’s biggest weakness.
Four in five registered voters say Congress should strike a deal to help those hurt by the pandemic. That is a view held by 86% of Democratsand 72% of Republicans.
The latest Yahoo / YouGov Poll reveals the biggest concerns voters have going into this year’s presidential election.
A plurality (45%) of voters who have already voted, or plan on voting, before election day say they did so to avoid crowds, according to the latest Yahoo News / YouGov Poll.
On the eve of the final 2020 presidential debate between Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden and President Donald Trump, many Americans in the latest Economist/YouGov Poll aren’t sure a debate is needed at all (43%).That’s particularly true of those voters who expect to vote for Biden (61%). While the President’s supporters want more debates, one in four of them would be happy if there were no more.
Republicans see social media firms as biased against people on their side of the political divide
Almost all Republicans think the former VP has been dishonest
Joe Biden's lead over Donald Trump on who would do a better job of handling coronavirus grew to a 19-point margin this week (52% to 33%).
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After President Donald Trump said during his town hall last week that he had never heard of QAnon, a new Yahoo News/YouGov Poll shows just how deep the conspiracy theory has penetrated the consciousness of the voting public.
Registered voters are evenly divided about Joe Biden’s in-person campaign activity, but by a wide margin believe that President Trump should not be resuming in person campaigning.
Americans overall are more likely to oppose (44%) than support (35%) the drilling technique that allows energy companies to extract oil or gas from the ground, according to a YouGov Poll of more than 40,000 Americans.
Registered voters over the age of 65 are the most likely age demographic to know their polling location. Nearly all (99%) voters over 65 say their know where to cast their vote, compared to 85% of 18-29 year-olds, 78% of 30-44 year-olds, and 91% of 45-64 year-olds.
American democracy isn’t faring especially well, according to registered voters in the latest Economist/YouGov Poll. While high election turnout is mostly thought of as good for democracy by voters in the poll, about one in three say they would want to restrict the franchise, believing that many citizens just aren’t smart enough to cast a ballot.