This report covers the results of our research: 993 total interviews in December 7-10 with a sample of likely 2016 voters. The interviews were conducted online. The margin of error for overall results is ±3.11% and higher among subgroups. The regions are defined as follows:

  • Northeast – which represents 19% of the electorate and is defined as anyone living in ME, NH, VT, MA, CT, NY, PA, NJ. 
  • Midwest – which represents 23% of the electorate and is defined as anyone living in ND, SD, NE, KS, MO, IA, MN, WI, IL, IN, MI, OH. 
  • South – which represents 36% of the electorate and is defined as anyone living in TX, OK, AR, LA, MS, TN, KY, AL, WV, MD, DE, VA, DC, NC, SC, GA, FL. 
  • West-Pacific – which represents 22% of the electorate and is defined as anyone living in WA, OR, CA, MT, ID, WY, UT, CO, AZ, NM, NV, AK, HI. 

This poll was a joint project of the Washington, DC offices of SKDKnickerbocker and Benenson Strategy Group. Note: Due to small sample size, results in the ‘Race – Other’ category should be interpreted as directional only.

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