Morning Consult surveyed 195,704 registered U.S. voters from April 1 through July 10 to determine the latest Governor Approval Rankings.
Morning Consult surveyed 141,400 registered U.S. voters from April 2017 through June 18, 2017, to determine the latest Senator Approval Rankings.
Morning Consult’s Most Loved Brands Spring 2017 edition uses nearly 200,000 interviews with U.S. adults to provide an in-depth view of the companies, organizations and brands that define American culture and commerce.
Morning Consult dial tested 2,002 people’s reactions to the Pepsi ad that was released — and quickly flopped — last week. Respondents were asked to indicate in real-time whether they had a favorable or unfavorable view of the commercial they were watching.
More than 85,000 registered voters across America evaluated the job performance of their senators from from January 2017 through March 2017 to determine the latest Senate Approval Rankings.
More than 85,000 registered voters in America have evaluated the job performance of key elected officials on Morning Consult’s weekly online national polling from January 2017 through March 2017 to determine the latest Senator & Governor Approval Rankings.
With several of President-elect Donald Trump’s picks for top administration posts set to undergo confirmation hearings this week, Morning Consult survey data shows many of his choices, but not all, are viewed favorably by voters.
Donald Trump’s favorable rating is up 9 points, and his unfavorable rating is down 15 points since the election.
Morning Consult & POLITICO conducted one of the largest exit polls on Election Day, surveying over 25,000 voters about which candidate they chose and why. The graphs below illustrate how Trump and Clinton voters broke down along gender, age and party lines, on a national level and in the key states that decided the election.
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