What early state Democrats want
Democrats are divided on trade
In general, do you believe that international trade benefits American workers, or hurts Americans workers?
President Trump recently renegotiated the North American Free Trade Agreement, or NAFTA, with Mexico and Canada. Should Congress pass Trump’s new trade agreement?
Most Democrats want single-payer health care
Do you want the Democratic nominee to support universal government health care, like single-payer or Medicare for all?
Democrats overwhelmingly support increasing taxes on individuals who make more than $1 million.
Would you support large tax increases on individuals who earn over a million dollars a year?
Most Democrats agree with Elizabeth Warren’s attacks on Wall Street
Thinking about Wall Street and America’s banking system, do you believe that banks and other lenders are safer and more responsible than they were ahead of the financial crisis in 2008, or are they basically the same?
Do you believe that banks and other lenders are adequately regulated to protect consumers, or do we need more regulations?
Would you like the Democratic nominee for President to propose new tax increases on Wall Street investors who profit from investments in order to pay for real middle class tax cuts or social programs like health care?
Democrats want their leaders in Congress to work with Trump on prescription drug costs
Do you believe Congressional Democrats should work with President Trump to lower prescription drug costs?
Democrats are divided on working with Trump on infrastructure spending
Do you believe Congressional Democrats should make a deal with President Trump to increase infrastructure spending, even if it means compromising with him on other issues?
Methodology: Between 01/31-02/02, we surveyed 1,633 likely primary voters in Iowa (N = 558), New Hampshire (N = 518), and South Carolina (N = 557) via live landline and cell, and text. Likely voters were defined as registered voters having voted in the 2016 or 2018 Democratic primaries, plus the average 15% of individuals most likely to turnout based on in-house turnout score modeling. Margin of error varies by question and segment, but is generally +/- 0.38 for topline results. Sample was weighted by age, gender, designated market area, and party based on our likely voter universe. Results were then re-balanced based on these cohorts.