NEW: Presidential & Senatorial Survey Results

On October 17-20, our team surveyed 1,000 likely voters via IVR/P2P in key states including Florida, Georgia, Michigan, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Texas.  Though the primary goal was to track turnout and attitudes towards various voting methods, we also asked respondents to weigh in on the Presidential and relevant Senatorial races. Across the board, our team observed Biden holding small leads in all states except Ohio, where Trump was ahead by a narrow margin (1%). 

Topline results:

Florida
Presidential

  • Biden: 50% (+5%)
  • Trump: 45%
  • Jorgenson: .7%
  • Hawkins: 0% 

Georgia
Presidential

  • Biden: 48% (+4%)
  • Trump: 44%
  • Jorgensen: 1%
  • Hawkins: .2%

Senatorial

  • Ossoff (D): 47%
  • Perdue (R-inc): 40%

Senatorial (Special)

  • Warnock (D): 41%
  • Loeffler (R-inc): 23%
  • Collins (R): 19%
  • Lieberman (D): 4%
  • Tarver (D): 1%

Michigan
Presidential

  • Biden: 49.5% (+8%)
  • Trump: 41.4%
  • Jorgensen: 1.4%
  • Hawkins: .2%

Senatorial

  • Peters (D): 46%
  • John James (R): 42% 

North Carolina
Presidential

  • Biden: 50% (+6%)
  • Trump: 44%
  • Jorgensen: 1%
  • Hawkins: .3%

Senatorial

  • Cunningham (D): 48%
  • Tillis (R-inc): 42%

Ohio
Presidential

  • Trump: 44% (+1%)
  • Biden: 43%
  • Jorgensen: 2%
  • Hawkins: .6%

Pennsylvania
Presidential

  • Biden: 44% (+5%)
  • Trump: 39%
  • Jorgensen: 9%
  • Hawkins: .5%

Texas
Presidential

  • Biden: 49% (+4%)
  • Trump: 45% 
  • Jorgensen: .8%
  • Hawkins: .4%

Senatorial

  • Hegar (D): 41%
  • Cornyn (R-inc): 41%

Results were weighted by party, race, education, and age. The MOE was +/- 3.1%.

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