Unmarried women can have an enormous influence on American politics, election outcomes and policy debates—when they register, turn out and act on their values.
The Action Fund and Democracy Corps surveyed 1,300 voters between Nov. 7 and Nov. 9, 2016, including an oversample of 200 Rising American Electorate voters and 200 battleground state voters (AZ, FL, OH, IA, NC, NV, NH, PA, VA, WI).
Our live-dial reactions and focus groups for the third presidential debate found that it was a good night for Hillary Clinton, as she consolidated her support and improved Democrats’ downballot prospects. Donald Trump, on the other hand, didn’t do himself any favors by refusing to accept the results of the election and letting Sec. Clinton bait him into losing his temper.
We’ve seen a major shift in millennial voters’ preferences within the past two weeks. Democratic millennials are consolidating around Hillary Clinton, but Republican millennials still have misgivings about Donald Trump… and many are gravitating to third-party candidate Gary Johnson. Read more from our October 2016 poll of millennial likely voters in 11 key battleground states.
We measured real-time reactions from the Rising American Electorate and persuadable voters to the first 2016 presidential debate. Find out what resonated with them and what they didn’t like.
Our latest poll in four battleground states — Nevada, North Carolina, Ohio, and Pennsylvania — shows the Rising American Electorate continuing to bolster Hillary Clinton’s strength in the Electoral College.
Our June 2016 survey of 9 battleground states found that Donald Trump’s candidacy is changing the game for the Rising American Electorate — in favor of Hillary Clinton and the Democrats.
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Unmarried women and other members of the Rising American Electorate could be responsible for Democratic presidential success in 2016, just as they were in 2012, according to a new national poll released today by the Women’s Voices Women Vote Action Fund. The survey, conducted by pollster Stan Greenberg and Democracy Corps, found that former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton leads likely Republican candidates in the 2016 presidential race by 62 percent to 33 percent among unmarried women voters.