Those voters are also looking to vote more FOR Joe Biden then Donald Trump….
- These voters intend to show up in 2020. Only 3% said they’re definitely not/probably not voting, and only 5% said they’re a maybe. 76% rate their motivation to vote a 10 out of 10, and another 8% rate it an 8 or 9.
- A key segment is still up for grabs. 9% say there is a chance they could vote for another candidate.
- The groups most likely to be initially undecided are independents who lean toward neither party (34%), voters of color (13%), people who didn’t vote in 2016 (16%), and 2016 third-party voters (14%).
- Black and Latino voters say they’re less motivated: 60% of Black voters and 72% of Latino voters rate their motivation at 10 out of 10, compared with 80% of white voters.
- Joe Biden is doing significantly better than Hillary Clinton with new or infrequent voters. Biden is leading Trump 49-37% with this group, while Clinton only won them 35-30%. His biggest gains over Clinton are among suburban voters (+13), Latino voters (+11), young voters (+11), and women (+10).
- Undecided and uncertain voters are looking for reasons to vote for Biden more than reasons to vote against Trump.
- Undecided voters are largely negative about both candidates, but they’re much more strongly negative about Trump (-53) than Biden (-38).
- 41% of undecided voters have no opinion of Biden…