NEW YORK, Sept. 14, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- The findings
of a new national survey conducted by All In Together, a
non-partisan civic education organization, in partnership with Lake
Research Partners and Emerson College
Polling, is the most comprehensive study to date of women voters in
2020. The second survey of the study being released looked at 1,273
registered women voters nationwide from August 30-September 1 with a +/-2.75% margin of
The survey also oversampled 668 registered women voters in the
following Battleground states: WI, MN, AZ, NC, VA, CO, NH, FL, MI,
and PA with a +/-3.8% margin of error. The oversample was weighted
down to reflect their actual proportion of women voters.
For the full report:
Women voters, particularly women in Battleground states, will
make a significant difference in the 2020 election. All In
Together's survey definitively shows that while President
Donald Trump has tried to appeal to
women voters, particularly suburban women, with a law and order
message and public calls to open schools, his efforts have not
persuaded suburban women who view Trump highly unfavorably and
Trust Biden more on law and order and a multitude of other
issues. Across nearly every group of women voters, Biden
holds a significant polling advantage.
However, President Trump does hold an advantage with non-college
educated white women. They voted for him in 2016 and are poised to
vote for him again. This could be significant in the
battleground states where white non-college women are 27-29 percent
of the likely electorate while white college women are 12-14
percent of the likely electorate.
The survey found:
- Women voters favor Biden by 11-points, men voters prefer Trump
by a 7-point margin (50% Trump, 43% Biden, 7% undecided), for a
gender gap of 18-points.
- Suburban women are voting for Biden (55%) over Trump (41%) with
- Nearly half (48%) of suburban women have a very unfavorable
impression of Trump.
- Almost a half (48%) of suburban women believe Trump
administration policies have made their communities less safe.
- The majority of independent women are also voting for Biden
(57%) over Trump (31%). In fact, the only group of women Trump
continues to hold are non-college educated white women.
- Women voters have an unfavorable view of President Trump (55%
unfavorable, 48% very unfavorable), while 44% have a favorable view
- Black women continue to be Biden's strongest supporters (84%
support to 12% support for Trump).
- Women under 30 are voting for Biden by the widest margin behind
Black women (79% Biden, 18% Trump, 3% undecided).
Lauren Leader, Co-Founder and CEO
of All In Together said of the study findings, "much has been made
of the President's efforts to sway suburban women, in part because
they will be such an important factor in November. We have
shown definitively however, that women in the suburbs are committed
to Biden and unswayed by the President's claims about law and order
or safety." Leader went on to say, "Trump is losing women
across every group of women, especially black women and women under
30. But he continues to have strong support among non-college
educated white women. Those women played a huge role in the
2016 outcome. They are overrepresented in the battleground
states and could again be a major factor in Trump's favor."
For complete poll results please visit www.aitogether.org
About All In Together
All In Together (AIT) is a non-partisan, non-profit women's
civic education and mobilization organization.
SOURCE All In Together