Follow https://electioneve2020.com/ for full data and to track state-specific results when polls close in each state
Washington, DC —The 2020 American Election Eve Poll, a 15,000-plus sample sized election eve poll that will provide the most accurate information about the 2020 vote choices and motivations of African American, Asian American/Pacific Islander, Latino/Latinx, and American Indian voters, is releasing its first collection of select national findings. State-specific results will be available at https://electioneve2020.com/ when polls close in each state. Select national findings include:
2020 American Election Eve Poll: who did you vote for in the presidential election (national)?
- African Americans voted for Joe Biden over Donald Trump 89%-9%
- Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders voted for Joe Biden over Donald Trump 68%-28%
- Latinos voted for Joe Biden over Donald Trump 70%-27%
- American Indians voted for Joe Biden over Donald Trump 60%-35%
- Whites voted for Donald Trump over Joe Biden 56%-41%
2020 American Election Eve Poll: who did you vote for in the election for House of Representatives (national)?
- African Americans voted for the Democratic candidate over the Republican candidate 87%-9%
- Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders voted for the Democratic candidate over the Republican candidate 66%-29%
- Latinos voted for the Democratic candidate over the Republican candidate 69%-27%
- American Indians voted for the Democratic candidate over the Republican candidate 60%-34%
- Whites voted for the Republican candidate over the Democratic candidate 56%-40%
2020 American Election Eve Poll: most important issues facing your community that our politicians should address (national)?
- African Americans: Coronavirus pandemic – 55%; Discrimination/racial justice – 37%; Jobs and economy – 34%
- Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders: Coronavirus pandemic – 58%; Jobs and economy – 44%; Health care costs – 37%
- Latinos: Coronavirus pandemic – 55%; Jobs and economy – 41%; Health care costs – 32%
- American Indians: Coronavirus pandemic – 45%; Jobs and economy – 37%; Health care costs – 27%
- Whites: Coronavirus pandemic – 48%; Jobs and economy – 40%; Health care costs – 28%
Key Information About the American Election Eve Poll
- The 2020 American Election Eve Poll includes over 15,000 voters nationally with oversamples of Latino/Latinx, African American, Native American, Asian/Pacific Islander American, and rural voters, along with other voters; as well as state-specific samples for Arizona, California, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Ohio, Michigan, North Carolina, Nevada, Pennsylvania, Texas and Wisconsin.
- The interactive website https://electioneve2020.com/ will present the full array of poll data and will be updated in real time on election night when polls close in each state.
- On Wednesday, November 4 at 11:30 AM Eastern, join more than 20 sponsoring organizations for the national webinar rollout event for the 2020 American Election Eve Poll. During the webinar, pollsters from the African American Research Collaborative, Asian American Decisions, and Latino Decisions will present the key findings from the poll and begin to put it in context of 2020 election results. Please RSVP to email@example.com to receive information on how to join the webinar.
- Additional follow-up events on Thursday November 5 will provide detail and electoral context on the poll finding and takeaways for each voting community. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
- 11:00 AM ET: African American deep dive event
- 12:30 PM ET: Asian American Pacific Islander deep dive event
- 2:00 PM ET: Latino deep dive event
Pollsters and Sponsors
Sponsoring organizations include: AAPI Civic Engagement Fund, NAACP, America’s Voice, UnidosUS, Advancement Project, Asian & Pacific Islander American Health Forum, Community Change, Demos, Faith In Action, Florida Alliance, Indivisible, League of Conservation Voters, Momento Latino, National Congress of American Indians, National Domestic Workers Alliance, National Urban League, Race Forward, RuralOrganizing.org, SEIU, Vera Institute of Justice, Voter Participation Center.