Polls

TRUMP APPROVAL RATINGS 
Most recent poll to the right
48, 43, 40, 43, 45, 40, 43, 42, 45, 43%  
Average: 43%  Up one point since April

ISSUES (JUNE)

Sixty-seven percent of self-identified Democrats said lawmakers should begin the process to oust Trump — an 8-point increase since April.
 
Nearly 70 percent of Americans say sitting president should be subject to criminal charges

A Harris poll found 55 percent of women between 18 and 54 would prefer to live in a socialist country than a capitalist one. However, a majority of men prefer to live in a capitalist country, according to the poll. 


Over 75% of College Students Support Abortion in Most or All Cases


DEMOCRATIC PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATES 
As judged by Democratic voters. Most recent poll to right. Only candidates with at least 3% shown
Biden  36, 27, 38, 35, 30%
Sanders 13, 12, 13, 19, 15%
Warren  16, 19, 7, 11, 10%
Buttigieg  8, 7, 4, 7, 9% 
Harris , 6, 7, 6, 5, 7, 8%
O'Rourke 4, 3, 2, 5, 4, 2%

Booker 3,3, 2% 

DEMOCRATS LEADING AGAINST TRUMP IN NON-BLUE STATES
Biden in Iowa, Wisconsin, Florida, North Carolina, South Carolina 
Sanders in Wisconsin, Florida North Carolina


FLORDIA DEMOCRATS VS. TRUMP(JUNE)

Biden 0, 9% 
Sanders -2, 6%
Warren -4, 4%
Buttigieg 1%
Harris - 1%
Clinton 2016: -1%

FLORIDA:DEMOCRATS(JUNE)
Biden 41%
Sanders 14%
Warren 12%
Harris 6%  

PENNSYLVANIA DEMOCRATS VS. TRUMP(JUNE)

Biden: 10, 1%
Sanders: 10 -3%
Warren 4, -11%
Buttigieg 13%)


WISCONSIN: DEMOCRATS VS. TRUMP (JUNE)

Sanders: 4, 7%
Biden 8, 6%

Warren: 4, 0%
Buttigieg: 2%

MICHIGAN DEMOCRATS VS. TRUMP (JUNE)
Most recent poll to right

Biden: 8, 12, 11, 3%
Sanders; 5, 12, 0%
Warren: 2, 4, (2)% 
Buttigieg: 6, -4%

MARGIN VS. TRUMP

Most recent poll to right

Sanders 3, 6, 8, 9, 12% 
Biden 6, 8, 4, 13, 11%
Warren 1, 3, 3, 4,6%
Harris 4, 4, 2, 3, 6% 

TEXAS DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY (jUNE)
Biden 23% 
O;Rourke 15%
Sanders 14%
Buttigieg 8%
Harris 5%
Castro 3%


SOUTH CAROLINE DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY(JUNE)
Biden 45, 37%
Sanders 18, 20%
Warren 8, 17%
Buttigieg 6 10%
Harris 9, 7%
Booker 5,4%
O'Rourke 4, 4%

 IOWA DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY (JUNE)
Most recent poll to right

25, 27, 19, 24, 30% Biden
24, 16, 19, 24, 22% Sanders
9, 7, 6 ,12, 12%       Warren 
11, 9, 14, 15. 11%    Buttegieg

7, 10, 7 10, 5%         Harris
5, 9, 5, 5, 4%            O'Rourke
4%                            Klobuchar
3%                            Booker  

NEW HAMPSHIRE DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY (JUNE)

Most recent poll to right

12, 20, 36, 33, 33%   Biden 
18, 12, 18, 12, 20%   Sanders 
8, 8, 11, 17%             Warren
11, 12, 9, 7, 10%       Buttigieg
4, 6, 6, 7, 7%              Harris

SOUTH CAROLINA DEMOCRATS (JUNE)
Most recent poll at right
32, 48, 46, 37, 37% Biden

6, 5, 8, 8, 17%         Warren
14, 12, 15, 10, 9%   Sanders
10, 4, 10, 7, 9%       Harris
7, 5, 8, 3, 11 %         Buttigieg 
5%                            Booker
4%                            O'Rourke 

CALIFORNIA DEMOCRATS
Most recent poll at right
Biden: 22
Warren: 20
Sanders: 20
Harris 13
Buttigieg 10 

NEVADA DEMOCRATS
Most recent poll at right

Biden       26, 29, 36%
Warren     10, 12, 19%
Sanders    23, 24, 13%   
Buttigieg    5, 13, 7%
Harris         9, 11, 6%


TEXAS: TRUMP VS. DEMS

Biden 4%
Warren -1% 
O'Rourke - 2%
Sanders -3%
Harris 0 4% 

NORTH CAROLINA MARGINS VS. TRUMP (JUN)
Most recent poll to right
-4, 5, 12%   Biden 
12, 8%        Sanders
4%              Buttigieg
-4%             Clinton 2016
-10, -2%      Harris
0%               Warren 

NORTH CAROLINA
Biden: 38%
Sanders: 22%
Warren 15%
Buttigieg: 8%
Harris 5%
O:Rourke 3%  




MAY ISSUES

A 47% plurality of Americans currently rate U.S. moral values as "poor," 36% as "only fair" and 17% as "excellent" or "good."
 
According to a new Reuters/Ipsos poll, 58 percent of Americans say abortion should be legal in most or all cases, an increase of eight percentage points from a similar poll in July 2018. The poll suggests Democrats are the most passionate about the issue, with 81 percent saying it should be legal in most or all cases. That compares to 55 percent of Republicans who say abortion should be illegal in most or all cases. - Slate

60% of Americans do not support an attack on Iran

Medical Express -For the second year in a row, about two in three Americans say they are extremely or somewhat anxious about keeping themselves and their family safe, paying bills and their health, according to a new poll released  by the American Psychiatric Association.

While 51% of U.S. adults say socialism would be a bad thing for the country, 43% believe it would be a good thing. Those results contrast with a 1942 Roper/Fortune survey that found 40% describing socialism as a bad thing, 25% a good thing and 34% not having an opinion.

Poll: 60% of Americans would vote for an atheist for president, an all-time high

45% say the President should be impeached 


ARIZONA MARGINS VS TRUMP(MAY)
Most recent poll to right

+0, 5%    Biden
- 4%        Clinton 2016
-11, -5%  Warren
-6%         O'Rourke 
- 9, -9%   Harris
 -12, -9% Sanders
-9%          Buttegieg


INDIANA DEMOCRATS

Biden       33%
Sanders    23%
Buttegieg 20%


TEXAS DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY (APRIL)
 Latest pool by Emerson

Biden:       22%
O'Rourke: 22% 
Sanders     17%
Buttigieg     8%
Warren        7%
Castro          4%
Harris          3%
Klobuchar    3%
Yang             3% 

APRIL ISSUES

Most Americans don’t want Congress to begin impeachment proceedings. But 70 percent of black voters disagree.

75% of Americans against plan to let every prisoner vote

Two-thirds of young Democrats in a new poll say they are concerned with the moral direction of the U.S. The survey from Harvard’s Institute of Politics found that 66 percent of young Democrats, classified as 18- to 29-year-olds, shared the concern. By comparison, 42 percent of respondents said they were worried about the country’s moral direction in 2015.

A new Emerson Poll found that some supporters of Senator Bernie Sanders (I-VT) in the 2020 Democratic presidential primary would prefer Donald Trump in the general election to some of Sanders’s primary opponents. . . .The poll  found that 21% of Sanders supporters said they would vote for Trump in the general election if Buttigieg won the primary, 26% said they would vote for Trump if Warren won the primary, 18% said they would vote for Trump if O’Rourke won the primary, and 17% said they would vote for Trump if Harris won the primary. 

65 Percent of Americans Support Legalizing Weed

A new Gallup poll finds Americans continue to have net-negative views of the 2017 tax bill — 49% disapprove and 40% approve.

 
PENNSYLVANIA DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY (APRIL)

Most recent poll furthest right


Biden:       39, 28, 39%
Sanders:    20, 16, 13% 
Warren      11, 8, 8%
Harris        5, 8, 8%
Buttigieg   6, 4, 6%
Booker       4, 3, 5%



CALIFORNIA DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY

26% Biden
18% Sanders
17% Harris
7%   Warren
7%   Buttigieg
4%    O'Rourke
2%    Booker
2%    Castro
2%    Klobuchar 


SOUTH CAROLINA DEMOCRATS VS TRUMP (FEB)

-4  Biden
- 8 Sanders
- 8  Warren
- 8  Booker
-12 Harris
-12 O'Rourke
-14 Clinton 2016
 
MASSACHUSETTS DEMOCRATS

28% Sanders
23% Biden
14% Warren
11% Buttigieg 
8%   O'Rourke
7%   Harris
2%   Klobuchar
2%   Booker 

MASSACHUSETTS DEMOCRATS VS TRUMP

+38 Biden
+28 Sanders
+27 Clinton 2016
+26 Warren

NEVADA DEMS VS. TRUMP

+4% Biden
- 2% Sanders
- 2% Harris
- 8% Warren
- 4% Buttigieg


MARCH ISSUES

Days after Attorney General William Barr released his four-page summary of special counsel Robert Mueller's Russia investigation report, 75% of Americans want the full report made public, according to a new NPR/PBS NewsHour/Marist poll. That includes 54% of Republicans


One quarter of US parents would pay off college officials to get their kids in

The Hill -A majority of registered voters in a new poll say they would consider voting President Trump into a second term.  Fifty-four percent in the Hill-HarrisX survey  said they would think about voting for Trump, though 46 percent of registered voters said they would not even consider casting a ballot for the president..... Ninety-five percent of respondents who said they had picked Trump in his first run for office said they would vote for him again in 2020.

Americans' views about global warming have held steady in the past year near the high points reached in 2017 and 2018. Currently, about two-thirds acknowledge in various ways that global warming is a real problem. At the same time, less than half express intense concern about the issue, although concern has been higher from 2016 through 2018 than it was previously.

According to Pew Research Center, 55% of Americans would support amending the Constitution so that the presidential candidate with the most votes wins.

Poll: 37% of US Catholics question their loyalty to church

64 percent believe  that the president committed crimes before he was elected, with 24 percent saying they don’t think he did.  Those polled were split on whether they believe Trump has committed crimes while in office: According to the poll, 45 percent believe the president has, while 43 percent say he hasn’t.

Only 18% See Socialism Positively 

OHIO TRUMP APPROVAL

Just 39 percent of Ohio adults approve of President Donald Trump’s job performance, with almost three times more Ohioans telling Baldwin Wallace University pollsters that they they “strongly disapprove” of Trump’s handling of the presidency than those who said they “strongly approve.” Sixty-one percent of those who responded to the survey said they disapproved of Trump to some degree. Trump won Ohio by 8  points in 2016

ALABAMA DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY

27% - Bernie Sanders
17% - Beto O'Rourke
16% - Kamala Harris
14% - Cory Booker
12% - Elizabeth Warren
4% -   Pete Buttigeig

IOWA DEMOCRATS VS. TRUMP


+6% Biden
+2% Sanders
-2%  Warren
-4%  Booker
-8%   Harris 


WISCONSIN: DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY


39 Sanders
24  Biden
14  Warren
6    O'Rourke 
5    Harris
4    Klobuchar

FEBRUARY ISSUES

Sixty-five percent now say they favor affirmative action programs for women, up from 60% in 2016. At the same time, 61% favor such programs for minorities, up from 54%.

Sixty percent of Americans oppose major new construction of walls along the U.S.-Mexico border .... The vast majority of Americans (81%) favor allowing immigrants living illegally in the U.S. "the chance to become U.S. citizens if they meet certain requirements over a period of time." In 2016, the year Trump was elected president, 84% were in favor of a path to citizenship for those in the country illegally.


About 33 percent of registered Kentucky voters polled approve of the job Mitch McConnell is doing, while 56 percent disapprove and 11 percent are unsure. Additionally, 32 percent think McConnell “deserves to be reelected,” and 61 percent think it’s “time for someone new.” 

More than 60 percent of Americans disapprove of President Trump’s national emergency declaration.  58 percent of Americans do not believe there is a “crisis” at the southern border and that Trump is misusing his presidential authority.

- 10   Clinton 2016
- 9% Brown
=8% Gilibrand
- 6% Harris
- 6% O'Rourke
- 4% Warren
- 1% Sanders

Biden is the only Dem who outpolls Trump - by 2%.

Favorite Dem is Biden, followed by Harris, Sanders, Warren

If Schultz were to enter the race, Trump would beat Warren by 5 more points, with Warren losing 8 points.

 MICHIGAN DEMOCRATS

40% Biden
22% Sanders
12% Harris
11% Warren
5%   Klobuchar
3%   Booker
2%   O'Rourke
1%   Gillibrand
1%   Hickenlooper

JANUARY ISSUES

Seventy percent of respondents in the Quinnipiac University poll said transgender people should be allowed to serve in the military

A survey by ABC News and The Washington Post found there was a vast gap in how men and women viewed the US president. The survey found a new low of 27 per cent of women approve of Mr Trump’s job performance, in comparison to 49 per cent of men. While some 41 per cent of men replied in the affirmative when asked whether Mr Trump “understands your problems”, just 27 per cent of women did the same.

A majority of Americans — 63 percent — said in a new poll that the nation is headed in the wrong direction. Only 28 percent of respondents in the NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll released early Sunday said the nation is on track.

in a survey from The Associated Press and NORC Center for Public Affairs Research, 60 percent said that Trump bore "a great deal" of responsibility for the ongoing stalemate in Washington. Much lower percentages blame Republicans (36 percent) and Democrats (31 percent) in Congress.

A poll from the Kaiser Family Foundation finds that 56 percent of the public supports a single-payer plan, compared to 42 percent who oppose the idea.

Only 7 percent of American voters surveyed support giving Donald Trump funding for his Mexico border

NPR -The proportion of Americans who said global warming is "personally important" to them jumped from 63 percent to 72 percent from March to December of last year. There has also been an 8-percent rise in the number of Americans who are "very worried" about global warming – 29 percent said they feel that way, while 40 percent said they are "somewhat worried." And 56 percent of Americans said their family will be harmed by global warming.   

69% oppose national emergency on behalf of wall

Seventy percent of Americans
describe the current U.S. healthcare system as being "in a state of crisis" or having "major problems." This is consistent with the 65% to 73% range for this figure in all but one poll since Gallup first asked the question in 1994.

Nearly half of voters,
47 percent, say Trump is mostly to blame for the shutdown, a Politico/Morning Consult poll shows, while another 5 percent point the finger at congressional Republicans. But just a third, 33 percent, blame Democrats in Congress.   

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