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Quinnipiac University Poll. Nov. 29-Dec. 4, 2017. N=1,747 adults nationwide. Margin of error 2.8.

             

"If an elected official has been accused of sexual harassment or sexual assault by multiple people, do you think that elected official should resign, or not?"

 
    Should
resign
Should not
resign
Unsure/
No answer
   
    % % %    
 

11/29 - 12/4/17

66 24 10    

 

Quinnipiac University Poll. Nov. 15-20, 2017. N=1,415 registered voters nationwide. Margin of error 3.1.

             

"If a political candidate has been accused of sexual harassment by multiple women, would you still consider voting for them if you agreed with them on the issues, or would you definitely not vote for them?"

 
    Would still
consider
voting for
Would not
vote for
Unsure/
No answer
   
    % % %    
 

11/15-20/17

27 62 11    
             

"As you may know, the United States Senate can vote to expel any member. United States Senate candidate Roy Moore has been accused of sexual misconduct and sexual assault, but he has denied the accusations. If Roy Moore wins and becomes a senator, do you think the Senate should expel him, or not?"

 
    Should
expel him
Should not
expel him
Unsure/
No answer
   
    % % %    
 

11/15-20/17

60 28 12    

 

Quinnipiac University Poll. Nov. 10-13, 2017. N=937 registered voters nationwide. Margin of error 3.8.

             

"As you may know, Roy Moore, a candidate for United States senator in Alabama, has been accused of initiating sexual contact with a 14 year old girl and pursuing relationships with three other teenagers while he was in his 30s. Roy Moore has denied these accusations. Do you believe these accusations against Roy Moore, or not?"

 
    Believe
accusations
Don't believe
accusations
Unsure/
No answer
   
    % % %    
 

11/10-13/17

51 19 30    
             

"Do you approve or disapprove of the way Republican officials have responded to the accusations against Roy Moore?"

 
    Approve Disapprove Unsure/
No answer
   
    % % %    
 

11/10-13/17

25 43 31    
             

"Do you think Roy Moore should stay in the race for United States senator or drop out of the race for United States senator?"

 
    Stay in
the race
Drop out of
the race
Unsure/
No answer
   
    % % %    
 

11/10-13/17

23 63 14    

 

CNN Poll conducted by SSRS. Nov. 2-5, 2017. N=1,021 adults nationwide. Margin of error 3.6.

             

"Do you think it is good for the country or bad for the country that the Republican Party is in control of Congress?"

 
    Good Bad Neither
(vol.)
Unsure  
    % % % %  
 

11/2-5/17

38 51 6 5  

 

Marist Poll. Oct. 15-17, 2017. N=1,093 adults nationwide. Margin of error 3.

             

"Do you think political campaign advertisements posted to social media platforms such as Facebook or Twitter should have to disclose who paid for the advertisement, or not?"

 
    Should
have to
disclose
Should not
have to
disclose
Unsure    
    % % %    
 

10/15-17/17

78 18 4    

 

Quinnipiac University Poll. Oct. 5-10, 2017. N=1,482 registered voters nationwide. Margin of error 3.

             

"As you may know, some athletes and teams in the NFL are choosing to kneel during the national anthem as a form of protest. Do you approve or disapprove of this form of protest?"

 
    Approve Disapprove Unsure/
No answer
   
    % % %    
 

ALL

43 52 4    
 

Whites

37 60 4    
 

Blacks

79 18 3    
 

Hispanics

46 45 9    

 

CNN Poll conducted by SSRS. Sept. 26-28, 2017. N=1,037 adults nationwide. Margin of error 3.5.

             

"In general, if a professional athlete or team protests an issue by not standing for the national anthem, do you think that protest is disrespectful to the freedoms the anthem represents, or demonstrates the freedoms the anthem represents?"

 
    Is
disrespectful
Demonstrates
what anthem
represents
Unsure/
Refused
   
    % % %    
 

9/26-28/17

46 45 9    

 

PBS NewsHour/Marist Poll. Sept. 25-27, 2017. N=1,105 adults nationwide (margin of error 2.9), including 700 football fans ( 3.7).

             

"Players in the NFL and other sports are kneeling or locking arms together during the national anthem to protest racial inequality in the United States. Do you consider this to be a respectful or disrespectful way to bring attention to their concerns?"

 
    Respectful Disrespectful Unsure    
    % % %    
 

ALL

48 46 6    
 

Football fans

54 41 4    
             

"With whom do you agree more: President Trump who says the players are disrespectful and should be fired, OR, the NFL who says the President's remarks are inappropriate, offensive and divisive?"

 
    Agree more
with Trump
Agree more
with NFL
Unsure    
    % % %    
 

ALL

33 60 7    
 

Football fans

27 67 6    

 

Gallup Poll. Sept. 6-10, 2017. N=1,022 adults nationwide. Margin of error 4.

             

"On the whole, would you say you are satisfied or dissatisfied with the way the nation is being governed?"

 
    Satisfied Dissatisfied Unsure    
    % % %    
 

9/6-10/17

28 71 1    
 

9/7-11/16

33 67 -    
 

9/9-13/15

30 69 1    
 

9/4-7/14

27 72 1    
 

10/3-6/13

18 81 2    
 

9/5-8/13

32 67 1    
 

9/6-9/12

34 64 1    
 

9/8-11/11

19 81 1    
 

9/13-16/10

27 71 1    

 

Quinnipiac University Poll. Aug. 17-22, 2017. N=1,514 registered voters nationwide. Margin of error 3.1.

             

"Which is closer to your point of view? There is too much political correctness in the United States today. OR, There is too much prejudice in the United States today."

 
    Too much
political
correctness
Too much
prejudice
Unsure/
No answer
   
    % % %    
 

8/17-22/17

40 55 6    
 

Republicans

73 21 6    
 

Democrats

11 87 3    
 

Independents

43 51 6    
 
 

11/17-20/16

47 48 5    
 

6/21-27/16

51 44 5    

 

ABC News/Washington Post Poll. Aug. 16-20, 2017. N=1,014 adults nationwide. Margin of error 3.5.

             

"Thinking now about the movement known as the alt-right, or alternative right: Would you describe yourself as a supporter, or as an opponent of the alt-right movement?" Options rotated

 
    A supporter An opponent Unsure    
    % % %    
 

8/16-20/17

10 50 41    
             

"As far as you know, do you think the alt-right does or does not hold neo-Nazi or white supremacist views?"

 
    Does Does not Unsure    
    % % %    
 

8/16-20/17

39 21 39    

 

NBC News/Wall Street Journal Poll conducted by Hart Research Associates (D) and Public Opinion Strategies (R). Aug. 5-9, 2017. N=1,200 adults nationwide. Margin of error 2.8.

             

"In thinking about the United States of America today, how united would you say that the country is: totally united, mainly united, mainly divided, or totally divided?"

 
    Totally
united
Mainly
united
Mainly
divided
Totally
divided
 
    % % % %  
 

8/5-9/17

1 19 59 21  

 

CNN Poll conducted by SSRS. Aug. 3-6, 2017. N=1,018 adults nationwide. Margin of error 3.6.

             

"Since the start of 2015 when Republicans took control of Congress, in general, would you say the Republican Congress has been a success or a failure?"

 
    A success A failure Unsure/
Refused
   
    % % %    
 

8/3-6/17

24 68 9    

 

Bloomberg National Poll conducted by Selzer & Company. July 8-12, 2017. N=1,001 adults nationwide. Margin of error 3.1.

             

"For each of the following, please tell me whether you think this is realistic or unrealistic in the next several years. ... Republicans and Democrats will work together for the benefit of the American people."

 
    Realistic Unrealistic Unsure    
    % % %    
 

7/8-12/17

21 78 1    

 

NPR/PBS NewsHour/Marist Poll. June 21-25, 2017. N=995 registered voters nationwide. Margin of error 3.1.

             

"For each of the following rights do you think we have gone too far in expanding the right, gone too far in restricting the right, or things are okay the way they are?

"The right to protest or criticize the government."

 
    Too far in
expanding
Too far in
restricting
Things
are okay
Unsure  
    % % % %  
 

ALL

18 26 52 4  
 

Democrats

7 31 57 5  
 

Republicans

41 6 48 4  
 

Independents

11 35 52 3  
             

"The right to vote."

 
    Too far in
expanding
Too far in
restricting
Things
are okay
Unsure  
    % % % %  
 

ALL

12 29 57 3  
 

Democrats

5 44 49 2  
 

Republicans

25 6 66 2  
 

Independents

8 31 58 3  

 

CBS News Poll. June 15-18, 2017. N=1,117 adults nationwide. Margin of error 4.

             

"When you think about the overall tone and civility in American politics over recent years, do you feel the level of civility is getting better, is getting worse, or staying about the same?"

 
    Getting
better
Getting
worse
About
the same
Unsure/
No answer
 
    % % % %  
 

ALL

7 68 24 1  
 

Republicans

10 68 21 1  
 

Democrats

3 73 24 -  
 

Independents

7 65 26 2  
             

"These days, do you feel optimistic that Americans of different political views can still come together and work out their differences, or are you pessimistic that Americans can do that now?"

 
    Optimistic Pessimistic Unsure/
No answer
   
    % % %    
 

ALL

55 41 4    
 

Republicans

56 40 3    
 

Democrats

51 44 5    
 

Independents

57 39 4    
             

"In general, do you think the recent tone of America's politics and political debate is encouraging violence among some people, or is it not encouraging violence?"

 
    Encouraging
violence
Not
encouraging
violence
Unsure/
No answer
   
    % % %    
 

ALL

73 24 2    
 

Republicans

68 30 2    
 

Democrats

85 14 1    
 

Independents

68 29 3    

 

Quinnipiac University Poll. March 16-21, 2017. N=1,056 registered voters nationwide. Margin of error 3.

             

"Do you think Congress should pass a law requiring future presidential candidates to release the previous few years of their tax returns, or not?"

 
    Should Should not Unsure/
No answer
   
    % % %    
 

ALL

63 33 4    
 

Republicans

30 65 4    
 

Democrats

86 11 3    
 

Independents

66 31 3    
             

"Do you believe that 3-5 million people voted illegally in the 2016 presidential election through widespread voter fraud, or not?"

 
    Believe
they did
Don't believe
they did
Unsure/
No answer
   
    % % %    
 

ALL

29 63 8    
 

Republicans

50 38 13    
 

Democrats

14 82 4    
 

Independents

24 68 8    

 

Quinnipiac University Poll. Feb. 2-6, 2017. N=1,155 registered voters nationwide. Margin of error 2.9.

             

"Do you believe that 3-5 million non-citizens voted in the 2016 presidential election through widespread voter fraud, or not?"

 
    Yes,
believe that
No, don't
believe that
Unsure/
No answer
   
    % % %    
 

2/2-6/17

28 61 11    

 

Suffolk University/USA Today. Dec. 14-18, 2016. N=1,000 registered voters nationwide. Margin of error 3.

             

"Do you believe the United States should change the constitution so the president is elected by the popular vote, not through the Electoral College?"

 
    Yes,
change
No, don't
change
Unsure    
    % % %    
 

12/14-18/16

42 50 8    

 

CBS News Poll. Dec. 9-13, 2016. N=1,259 adults nationwide. Margin of error 3.

             

"In general, how widespread do you think voter fraud is in U.S. elections, such as people voting who are not eligible to vote? Do you think this happens a lot, sometimes, not much, or not at all?"

 
    A lot Sometimes Not much Not at all Unsure/
No answer
    % % % % %
 

12/9-13/16

24 32 30 10 4
             

"Presidents are elected by the Electoral College, in which each state gets as many votes as it has members of Congress and can cast all of them for whoever wins in that state. Do you think we should keep the Electoral College, or should we amend the constitution and elect as president whoever gets the most votes in the whole country?"

 
    Keep Electoral
College
Amend
constitution
Unsure/
No answer
   
    % % %    
 

ALL

41 54 5    
 

Republicans

70 27 4    
 

Democrats

18 78 5    
 

Independents

41 53 7    

 

McClatchy-Marist Poll. Dec. 1-9, 2016. N=873 registered voters nationwide. Margin of error 3.3.

             

"Thinking about future elections, do you think who wins the presidency should be determined by the Electoral College, where the electors or representatives from each state vote for the candidate who won the most votes in the state, OR, the popular vote, that is, the candidate who gets the most votes in the nation regardless of the state in which people live?"

 
    Electoral
College
Popular
vote
Unsure    
    % % %    
 

ALL

45 52 3    
 

Democrats

19 78 3    
 

Republicans

67 29 4    
 

Independents

52 46 2    

 

Gallup Poll. Nov. 28-29, 2016. N=1,021 adults nationwide. Margin of error 4.

             

"Thinking for a moment about the way in which the president is elected in this country, which would you prefer -- to amend the constitution so the candidate who receives the most total votes nationwide wins the election, or to keep the current system, in which the candidate who wins the most votes in the Electoral College wins the election?" Options rotated

 
    Amend the
constitution
Keep current
system
Neither/
Both (vol.)
Unsure  
    % % % %  
 

11/28-29/16

49 47 1 3  
 

10/6-9/11

62 35 1 3  
 

10/11-14/04

61 35 1 3  
 

12/15-17/00

59 37 1 3  
 

11/11-12/00

61 35 2 2  

 

CNN/ORC Poll. Nov. 17-20, 2016. N=1,003 adults nationwide.

             

Asked of those who plan to have Thanksgiving dinner:
"Which of the following best describes the way you feel? I would be eager to talk about politics at this year's Thanksgiving dinner. I dread the thought of having to talk about politics at Thanksgiving dinner." Options rotated

 
    Eager to talk
about politics
Dread the
thought
Unsure    
    % % %    
 

ALL

43 53 4    
 

Democrats

33 63 3    
 

Independents

39 57 4    
 

Republicans

58 37 5    

 

Quinnipiac University Poll. Nov. 17-20, 2016. N=1,071 registered voters nationwide. Margin of error 3.

             

"For future presidential elections, would you support or oppose changing to a system in which the president is elected by direct popular vote, instead of by the Electoral College?"

 
    Support Oppose Unsure/
No answer
   
    % % %    
 

ALL

53 39 8    
 

Republicans

24 68 9    
 

Democrats

81 10 8    
 

Independents

53 39 8    
             

"Do you support or oppose putting limits on the number of times senators and congressmen can run for office, also known as term limits?"

 
    Support Oppose Unsure/
No answer
   
    % % %    
 

11/17-20/16

82 14 3    

 

Gallup Poll. Sept. 7-11, 2016. N=1,020 adults nationwide. Margin of error 4.

             

"In your view, do the Republican and Democratic parties do an adequate job of representing the American people, or do they do such a poor job that a third major party is needed?"

 
    Do an
adequate job
Third party
is needed
Unsure    
    % % %    
 

9/7-11/16

37 57 6    
 

9/9-13/15

38 60 3    
 

9/4-7/14

35 58 7    
 

10/3-6/13

26 60 14    
 

9/6-9/12

45 46 9    
 

9/8-11/11

38 55 8    
 

4/20-23/11

40 52 8    
 

8/27-30/10

35 58 7    
 

9/8-11/08

47 47 6    
 

9/14-16/07

39 57 4    
 

7/6-8/07

33 58 10    
 

9/7-10/06

45 48 7    
 

10/10-12/03

56 40 4    

 

ABC News/Washington Post Poll. Sept. 5-8, 2016. N=1,002 adults nationwide. Margin of error 3.5.

             

"How confident are you that the votes for president across the country will be accurately counted this year: very confident, somewhat confident, not too confident or not confident at all?"

 
    Very
confident
Somewhat
confident
Not too
confident
Not confident
at all
Unsure
    % % % % %
 

9/5-8/16

27 36 18 18 1
             

"Thinking about voter fraud like the same person voting multiple times or someone voting who is not eligible do you think this happens very often, somewhat often, occasionally or rarely?"

 
    %        
 

Very often

20        
 

Somewhat often

26        
 

Occasionally

24        
 

Rarely

26        
 

Never (vol.)

1        
 

Unsure

3        

 

CBS News Poll. June 9-13, 2016. N=1,048 registered voters nationwide. Margin of error 4.

             

"Do you think America is ready to elect a woman president, or not?"

 
    Is
ready
Is not
ready
Unsure/
No answer
   
    % % %    
 

6/9-13/16

79 18 3    
 

Republicans

70 28 1    
 

Democrats

86 10 3    
 

Independents

79 18 4    
 
 

4/30 - 5/3/15

78 20 2    
 

5/30 - 6/2/08

60 36 4    
             

"Do you personally hope that the United States has a woman president in your lifetime, or not?"

 
    Hope
it does
No,
do not
Unsure/
No answer
   
    % % %    
 

6/9-13/16

72 16 13    
 

Republicans

52 28 19    
 

Democrats

85 6 9    
 

Independents

74 15 11    
 
 

5/30 - 6/2/08

63 21 16    

 

CNN/ORC Poll. Feb. 24-27, 2016. N=920 registered voters nationwide. Margin of error 3.

             

"Do you think America is ready for a woman president or not?"

 
    Is ready Is not ready Unsure    
    % % %    
 

2/24-27/16

80 19 1    
 
 

Among adults:

 

6/26-29/08

67 32 1    
 

3/26 - 4/2/08

63 35 2    
 

1/14-17/08

65 34 1    
 

12/5-7/06

60 37 4    

 

CBS News/New York Times Poll. Oct. 21-25, 2015. N=1,289 adults nationwide. Margin of error 4.
RV = registered voters

             

"Do you consider yourself to be a supporter of the Tea Party movement, or not?"

 
    Yes No Unsure/
No answer
   
    % % %    
 

10/21-25/15

19 66 15    
 

10/4-8/15

23 68 9    
 

9/9-13/15

22 64 14    
 

7/14-19/15

18 61 21    
 

5/28-31/15

20 71 9    
 

4/30 - 5/3/15

18 70 11    
 

1/7-22/15

18 72 9    
 

9/12-15/14

18 69 14    
 

6/20-22/14

21 65 14    
 

5/16-19/14

15 75 10    
 

2/19-23/14

24 64 12    
 

12/5-8/13

23 63 15    
 

10/1-2/13

21 67 12    
 

9/19-23/13

25 66 9    
 

9/6-8/13

21 67 12    
 

5/31 - 6/4/13

24 63 13    
 

3/20-24/13

22 65 13    
 

9/8-12/12

22 68 9    
 

7/11-16/12

26 65 10    
 

4/13-17/12

26 65 10    
 

3/7-11/12

22 66 12    
 

2/8-13/12

20 68 11    
 

1/12-17/12 RV

23 70 7    
 

10/19-24/11

24 66 10    
 

9/10-15/11

20 65 15    
 

6/24-28/11

26 64 10    
 

4/15-20/11

24 66 10    
 

3/18-21/11

23 64 13    
 

2/24-27/11

27 60 13    
 

2/11-14/11

20 63 17    
 

11/29 - 12/2/10

22 68 10    
 

10/21-26/10

24 63 13    
 

10/1-5/10

18 63 19    
 

9/10-14/10

19 63 19    

 

Gallup Poll. Oct. 7-11, 2015. N=1,015 adults nationwide. Margin of error 4.

             

"Do you consider yourself to be a supporter of the Tea Party movement, an opponent of the Tea Party movement, or neither?"

 
    Supporter Opponent Neither Unsure  
    % % % %  
 

10/7-11/15

17 24 54 5  
 

10/29 - 11/2/14

19 26 50 5  
 

9/25-30/14

23 27 46 4  
 

9/4-7/14

24 31 42 2  
 

6/5-8/14

24 28 44 5  
 

4/24-30/14

22 30 44 4  

 

NBC News/Wall Street Journal Poll conducted by Hart Research Associates (D) and Public Opinion Strategies (R). Sept. 20-24, 2015. N=1,000 adults nationwide. Margin of error 3.1.

             

"Now, I would like to read you a list of trends in American society today. For each one I read, please tell me whether you consider this to be a step in the right direction, something that won't make any difference, or is it a step in the wrong direction? The more active involvement of religious groups in politics."

 
    Right
direction
No
difference
Wrong
direction
Unsure  
    % % % %  
 

9/20-24/15

24 19 54 3  
 

12/97

32 17 47 4  

 

Quinnipiac University Poll. Aug. 20-25, 2015. N=1,563 registered voters nationwide. Margin of error 2.5.

             

"Is your opinion of the Tea Party movement favorable, unfavorable or haven't you heard enough about it?"

 
    Favorable Unfavorable Haven't
heard enough
Refused  
    % % % %  
 

8/20-25/15

26 45 28 1  
 

11/6-11/13

27 47 25 2  
 

5/22-28/13

28 38 33 1  
 

4/25-29/13

24 43 32 2  
 

11/14-20/11

29 42 28 2  
 

10/25-31/11

31 45 24 1  
 

8/16-27/11

29 42 29 1  
 

11/8-15/10

34 38 26 1  
 

8/31 - 9/7/10

30 31 37 2  
 

7/13-19/10

33 31 35 1  
 

4/14-19/10

32 31 34 2  
 

3/16-21/10

28 23 49 1  

 

CNN/ORC Poll. July 22-25, 2015. N=1,017 adults nationwide. Margin of error 3.

             

"How well do you feel the government in Washington represents the views of people like yourself: very well, somewhat well, not too well, or not at all well?"

 
    Very
well
Somewhat
well
Not too
well
Not at
all well
 
    % % % %  
 

7/22-25/15

5 25 30 38  

 

Gallup Poll. June 2-7, 2015. N=771 adults nationwide. Margin of error 4.

             

"Between now and the 2016 political conventions, there will be discussion about the qualifications of presidential candidates -- their education, age, religion, race, and so on. If your party nominated a generally well-qualified person for president who happened to be [see below], would you vote for that person?"

 
    Yes No Unsure    
    % % %    
 

"Catholic"

 

6/2-7/15

93 6 1    
 

2/3-8/37

60 30 10    
 
 

"A woman"

 

6/2-7/15

92 8 -    
 

1/27 - 2/1/37

33 64 3    
 
 

"Black"
1958: "... If your party nominated a generally well-qualified man for president and he happened to be a Negro, would you vote for him?"

 

6/2-7/15

92 7 1    
 

7/30 - 8/4/58

37 53 10    
 
 

"Hispanic"

 

6/2-7/15

91 8 1    
 

2/9-11/07

87 12 1    
 
 

"Jewish"

 

6/2-7/15

91 7 3    
 

2/10-15/37

46 47 8    
 
 

"Mormon"

 

6/2-7/15

81 18 1    
 

4/19-24/67

75 17 8    
 
 

"Gay or lesbian"
1978: "... If your party nominated a generally well-qualified person for president and he happened to be a homosexual, would you vote for him?"

 

6/2-7/15

74 24 2    
 

7/21-24/78

26 66 8    
 
 

"An Evangelical Christian"

 

6/2-7/15

73 25 2    
 
 

"Muslim"

 

6/2-7/15

60 38 2    
 

6/7-10/12

58 40 3    
 
 

"An atheist"

 

6/2-7/15

58 40 1    
 

7/30 - 8/4/58

18 75 7    
 
 

"A socialist"

 

6/2-7/15

47 50 3    

 

CBS News/New York Times Poll. April 30-May 3, 2015. N=1,027 adults nationwide. Margin of error 3.

             

"Currently, groups not affiliated with a candidate are able to spend unlimited amounts of money on advertisements during a political campaign. Do you think this kind of spending should be limited by law, or should it remain unlimited?" Options rotated

 
    Limited Unlimited Unsure/
No answer
   
    % % %    
 

4/30 - 5/3/15

80 17 3    
 

10/23-27/14

80 18 3    
 

5/16-19/14

76 22 2    
 

1/12-17/12

67 29 4    
 

10/21-26/10

72 20 8    
             

"In general, do you think America is ready to elect a Hispanic president, or not?" N=868 registered voters, margin of error 3

 
    Is
ready
Is not
ready
Unsure/
No answer
   
    % % %    
 

ALL

68 27 4    
 

Republicans

64 30 7    
 

Democrats

65 30 5    
 

Independents

74 23 3    

Politics continued


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