Nearly Half Of 2022 Midterm Voters Were More Progressive Than Conservative On Both Economic And Non-Economic Issues, Including Most “Winning Swing” Voters
More than three in five Hispanic voters favored Democratic candidates for Congress; The top issues for Hispanic voters were inflation, abortion, and jobs and the economy
Black voters backing Democrats were driven most by health care costs, January 6th, gun violence, and Social Security and Medicare
AAPI voters strongly backed Democrats in the midterms; The economy, abortion, and health care were top priorities as they opposed abortion bans, supported Biden’s economic agenda.
Fifth in a series of releases of findings from our post-election survey assessing how young voters voted in the midterm elections
Focus Group Report: The Midterms Were Not Top of Mind For Lower-Motivated Voters One Week After the ElectionTuesday, December 6, 2022
Post-election focus groups with ticket-splitters and lower-motivation voters reveal lack of recall on election outcomes; Voters want leaders in Washington to focus on inflation relief.
Seven in ten Americans express confidence in the midterm elections, with significantly higher confidence among Republicans in 2022 than 2020.
Midterm voters were overwhelmingly pro-choice; Voters say the Supreme Court overturning Roe was more of a reason to vote for Democrats
Americans Want the Republican House to Focus on Lowering Costs, Crime, and Immigration, Not Investigations or Abortion BansWednesday, November 30, 2022
Americans’ top concerns with a Republican-held House include the future of Social Security and Medicare, abortion bans, overturning elections, and preventing lower drug prices.
Midterm Voter Survey: Democrats Performed Strongly Among Those Who Believe Neither Party Has A Good Idea For Handling InflationTuesday, November 29, 2022
Majorities of midterm voters believed neither party had good ideas to address inflation; among those voters, Democrats won by nearly 20 points.
Midterm Voter Survey: Democrats Drew Even with Republicans Among Those “Somewhat Disapproving” of BidenFriday, November 18, 2022
While a majority of voters disapprove of Biden’s job handling, Democratic candidates drew even with Republicans who “somewhat disapproved” of his performance.
Survey of 2022 Midterm Voters: How inflation, jobs and the economy, and abortion drove vote preferences in the midterm elections
Focus Group Report: Heading into Midterms, Democrats Were Motivated by Republican Attacks on Rights and DemocracyWednesday, November 16, 2022
Pre-election focus groups reveal key motivators to turnout, including abortion rights and Republican attacks on democracy and the middle class
Abortion rights remain top of mind heading into the midterms; Democrats are more motivated to vote by a proposed nationwide ban
Americans blame supply chain, oil and gas companies most for high gas prices; two in five eligible Americans have applied for student loan forgiveness and had positive experience