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Join us tomorrow to get inside insights on using polling in campaigns from Serena Roosevelt at @ChangePolls. RSVP at https://t.co/KaJ8VubTcJ https://t.co/Ihu2MQecH4

Join us tomorrow to get inside insights on using polling in campaigns from Serena Roosevelt at @ChangePolls. RSVP at https://t.co/KaJ8VubTcJ https://t.co/Ihu2MQecH4

-improving education (Biden 46 v. Trump 34) -healing the country (Biden 44 v Trump 38) -telling the truth (Biden 43 v Trump 36) -sympathizing + emphasizing with people who are suffering (Biden 47 v Trump 36) https://t.co/mJr9wa7Kt7

More from our recent @crookedmedia / Change Research Poll: 
On the issues, voters choose Biden over Trump on almost every issue, including: 

managing COVID (Biden 45 v. Trump 42)

making decisions about relaxing social distancing (Biden 45 v. Trump 40)

https://t.co/wqPr2qzGQT https://t.co/Bqt4S5RVGj

More from our recent @crookedmedia / Change Research Poll: On the issues, voters choose Biden over Trump on almost every issue, including: managing COVID (Biden 45 v. Trump 42) making decisions about relaxing social distancing (Biden 45 v. Trump 40) https://t.co/wqPr2qzGQT https://t.co/Bqt4S5RVGj

Quoted @danpfeiffer

.@crookedmedia and @ChangePolls recently conducted a poll of Michigan and it was very clear that Trump's economic approval is the only thing keeping him in the race. The good news is that he is very vulnerable to arguments that he puts corporations first. https://t.co/ghYyQApX8s https://t.co/VqGd37z8vo

Yep—MI voters say Biden would do a better job than Trump on *almost everything* except the economy: managing COVID (Biden 45, Trump 42) making healthcare more affordable (Biden 44, Trump 34) improving education (Biden 46, Trump 34) Check out Dan's memo on how Ds can win MI https://t.co/YMxYz7heXv

These differences are largely driven by Party ID, although voters who *oppose* protests feel much more strongly than voters who *support* them. https://t.co/mJr9wa7Kt7

Our recent  @crookedmedia / Change Research poll of Michigan voters found a majority of Michiganders oppose the state capitol protest - 53% oppose v. 45% support. More here: 
https://t.co/mJr9wa7Kt7 https://t.co/DcIc504Bff

Our recent @crookedmedia / Change Research poll of Michigan voters found a majority of Michiganders oppose the state capitol protest - 53% oppose v. 45% support. More here: https://t.co/mJr9wa7Kt7 https://t.co/DcIc504Bff

Among 2016 third-party voters or those who did not vote: Biden leads among all these groups: 46-38 among Johnson voters 64-9 among Stein voters 46-39 among those who did not vote in 2016 https://t.co/wqPr2qzGQT

87% of those who voted for @SenSanders in the primary say they will vote for Biden (for reference 18% of 2020 Bernie voters voted for either Trump, Johnson or Stein in 2016) https://t.co/wqPr2qzGQT

Among those who view both candidates unfavorably, Biden is winning 56 v. 16 https://t.co/wqPr2qzGQT

Trump 2016 / Gretchen Whitmer 2018 voters - Nearly 30% of Trump/Whitmer voters are planning to vote for Biden. https://t.co/wqPr2qzGQT

Looking at subgroups we found: Partisan bystanders—those who are either a) hostile to both parties, b) don’t have strong feelings on either party, or c) are independents who don’t lean toward either party favor Biden 46 to Trump 36 https://t.co/wqPr2qzGQT

Our latest @crookedmedia/ @changepolls poll took a deep-dive on Michigan. First let’s look at the horse race -- -Biden is up by 3 points -Senator Gary Peters is up by 5 points https://t.co/wqPr2qzGQT

Among Latinx voters in the battleground -- 59% have had COVID or know someone who has 47% have lost jobs or been furloughed 58% live in a household with lost wages or a salary cut https://t.co/fkM8y09vyM

From our @CNBC poll: PoC are seeing the greatest impact of COVID-19. Among African-American battleground voters - 67% have had COVID or know someone who has 42% have lost jobs or been furloughed 52% live in a household with lost wages or a salary cut https://t.co/fkM8y09vyM

NEW BATTLEGROUND POLL: We polled Michigan voters, including lots of voters who are up-for-grabs—here’s what we found. 

Some good news: Joe Biden and Sen. Gary Peters (D) have a slight edge over Trump and the GOP Senate candidate. https://t.co/KuzR0zwcCs https://t.co/qYuhndWcQJ
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NEW BATTLEGROUND POLL: We polled Michigan voters, including lots of voters who are up-for-grabs—here’s what we found. Some good news: Joe Biden and Sen. Gary Peters (D) have a slight edge over Trump and the GOP Senate candidate. https://t.co/KuzR0zwcCs https://t.co/qYuhndWcQJ

🚨 New survey from @ChangePolls for @CareInActionUSA on #HEROESAct.
What we found out: 
🇺🇸Independent voters support COVID relief
🇺🇸Bill is popular with a majority of voters in key Senate races (including vulnerable senators like Gardner, Collins, Graham). (1/7) https://t.co/1CxNCmAshh

🚨 New survey from @ChangePolls for @CareInActionUSA on #HEROESAct. What we found out: 🇺🇸Independent voters support COVID relief 🇺🇸Bill is popular with a majority of voters in key Senate races (including vulnerable senators like Gardner, Collins, Graham). (1/7) https://t.co/1CxNCmAshh

Though white college men are no more likely to report a financial impact than white working class men, they are more likely to have a personal connection to people suffering from coronavirus. https://t.co/2M20zGlfmf

Though white college men are no more likely to report a financial impact than white working class men, they are more likely to have a personal connection to people suffering from coronavirus. https://t.co/2M20zGlfmf

Our recent @CNBC / Change Research poll shows a partisan split in who personally knows someone who has or has had COVID-19:

66% of Democrats
52% of Independents
35% of Republicans

https://t.co/fkM8y09vyM https://t.co/ljyBp1QCBP

Our recent @CNBC / Change Research poll shows a partisan split in who personally knows someone who has or has had COVID-19: 66% of Democrats 52% of Independents 35% of Republicans https://t.co/fkM8y09vyM https://t.co/ljyBp1QCBP

When asked which two people/ groups would be to blame for a second wave of COVID:

44% said Donald Trump
37% states reopening too soon
23% people not social distancing
22% China
17% Democrats

https://t.co/fkM8y09vyM https://t.co/SmHyfWozAN

When asked which two people/ groups would be to blame for a second wave of COVID: 44% said Donald Trump 37% states reopening too soon 23% people not social distancing 22% China 17% Democrats https://t.co/fkM8y09vyM https://t.co/SmHyfWozAN

And finally, the partisan divide extends to how people are preparing for the future🔮: 69% of Democrats are preparing for a second wave vs. 10% of Republicans. More here: https://t.co/fkM8y09vyM

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