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Hart Research Associates/Public Opinion Strategies/Vision Strategy & Insights
Study #200356 -- page 1
July 2020
NBC News/Wall Street Journal Survey
Interviews: 900 Registered Voters, including 531 respondents with a cell phone only and
16 respondents reached on a cell phone but who also have a landline.

Date: July 9-12, 2020

48 Male
52 Female
Study #200356
NBC News/Wall Street Journal Survey
Please note: all results are shown as percentages unless otherwise stated.

The margin of error for 900 interviews among Registered Voters is ±3.27%

Unless otherwise noted by a “+” or “++”, all previous data shown reflects responses among all adults.
Q2a

For statistical purposes only, would you please tell me how old you are?
(IF “REFUSED,” ASK:) Well, would you tell me which age group you belong to? (READ LIST) +
18-24 ....................................................................
9
25-29 ....................................................................
8
30-34 ....................................................................
9
35-39 ....................................................................
6
40-44 ....................................................................
9
45-49 ....................................................................
9
50-54 ....................................................................
9
55-59 ....................................................................
11
60-64 ....................................................................
10
65-69 ....................................................................
7
70-74 ....................................................................
6
75 and over ...........................................................
6
Not sure/refused .................................................
1
+ Results shown reflect responses among
registered voters.

Q2b

To ensure that we have a representative sample, would you please tell me whether you are from a Hispanic or
Spanish-speaking background? +
Yes, Hispanic ...................................................
10
No, not Hispanic...............................................
89
Not sure/refused ............................................
1
+ Results shown reflect responses among
registered voters.

Q2c

And again, for statistical purposes only, what is your race--white, black, Asian, or something else? +
Among
All RVs+
White ...............................................................
77
Black ...............................................................
12
Asian ...............................................................
1
Other ...............................................................
4
Hispanic (VOL)..............................................
3
Not sure/refused ...........................................
3
White, Non-Hispanic .......................................
72
+ Results shown reflect responses among
registered voters.

Hart Research Associates/Public Opinion Strategies/Vision Strategy & Insights
Study #200356 -- page 2
July 2020
NBC News/Wall Street Journal Survey
Q3

Registered Voter. +
Yes ...................................................
100
No .....................................................
+ Results shown reflect responses
among registered voters.

Getting into the survey…
Q4
Now, all in all, do you think things in the nation are generally headed in the right direction, or do you feel things
are off on the wrong track?
High

Headed in the right direction ......
Off on the wrong track ................
Mixed (VOL) .............................
Not sure ...................................

7/20+
19
72
5
4

3/20+
37
56
4
3

12/19
35
56
6
3

8/19
33
60
5
2

1/19
28
63
6
3

12/18
33
56
9
2

11/18+
38
54
4
4

6/18+
36
55
5
4

9/01
72
11
11
6

Low
10/1720/08+
12
78
7
3

4/18
31
62
5
2

12/17
29
63
4
4

4/17
34
59
3
4

2/17
40
51
3
6

1/17
37
52
5
6

12/16
33
54
6
7

10/1013/16+
29
65
5
1

9/16+
30
62
5
3

8/16+
32
62
3
3

7/16+
18
73
6
3

6/16+
21
71
5
3

4/16+
24
70
4
2

1/16+
29
63
5
3

12/15
20
70
6
4

10/2529/15
27
64
5
4

6/15
31
61
4
4

4/15
28
62
6
4

1/15
31
59
5
5

12/14
27
64
6
3

11/14+
27
63
6
4

6/14
25
63
7
5

4/14
27
63
6
4

1/14
28
63
5
4

12/13
29
64
5
2

10/2528/13
22
70
4
4

6/13
32
59
6
3

4/13
31
61
5
3

1/13
35
57
4
4

12/12
41
53
3
3

10/12+
41
53
4
2

6/12
31
61
5
3

4/12
33
59
6
2

1/12
30
61
5
4

12/11
22
69
6
3

10/11
17
74
5
4

6/11
29
62
6
3

4/11
28
63
6
3

1/11
35
56
5
4

12/10
28
63
6
3

10/2830/10+
31
60
5
4

6/10
29
62
5
4

3/10
33
59
5
3

1/1014/10
34
54
10
2

12/09
33
55
10
2

10/09
36
52
9
3

6/09
42
46
9
3

4/09
43
43
10
4

+ Results shown reflect responses among registered voters.

Hart Research Associates/Public Opinion Strategies/Vision Strategy & Insights
Study #200356 -- page 3
July 2020
NBC News/Wall Street Journal Survey
Q5

In general, do you approve or disapprove of the job Donald Trump is doing as president? (IF
APPROVE/DISAPPROVE) And, do you strongly or just somewhat (approve/disapprove) of the job Donald
Trump is doing as president?

7/20+
Total approve ...............................
42
Strongly approve .........................
30
Somewhat approve ....................
12
Total disapprove ..........................
56
Somewhat disapprove ..............
6
Strongly disapprove.....................
50
Not sure ....................................
2

6/20+
45
31
14
53
6
47
2

4/20+
46
32
14
51
7
44
3

3/20+
46
33
13
51
8
43
3

2/20+
47
33
14
50
7
43
3

1/20+
46
36
10
51
7
44
3

12/19
44
33
11
54
10
44
2

10/2730/19
45
31
14
53
8
45
2

10/46/19
43
29
14
53
7
46
4

9/19+
45
33
12
53
7
46
2

8/19
43
29
14
55
9
46
2

7/19+
45
32
13
52
10
42
3

6/19
44
29
15
53
9
44
3

5/19
46
29
17
51
10
41
3

3/19
43
30
13
53
10
43
4

2/19
46
31
15
52
9
43
2

1/19
43
29
14
54
7
47
3

12/18
43
27
16
54
10
44
3

11/18+
46
32
14
52
7
45
2

10/18+
47
30
17
49
6
43
4

9/18+
44
29
15
52
7
45
4

8/2225/18+
44
31
13
52
9
43
4

8/1822/18+
46
30
16
51
7
44
3

7/18+
45
29
16
52
8
44
3

6/18+
44
26
18
53
11
42
3

4/18
39
22
17
57
13
44
4

3/18
43
25
18
53
10
43
4

1/18
39
26
13
57
6
51
4

12/17
41
24
17
56
8
48
3

10/17
38
22
16
58
9
49
4

9/17
43
25
18
52
10
42
5

8/17
40
24
16
55
10
45
5

6/17
40
25
15
55
10
45
5

5/171
39
54
7

4/17
40
54
6

2/17
44
48
8

+ Results shown reflect responses among registered voters.

Total Approve ....................
Total Disapprove ...............
Not sure...........................
1 Intensity

not asked prior to June 2017.

Hart Research Associates/Public Opinion Strategies/Vision Strategy & Insights
Study #200356 -- page 4
July 2020
NBC News/Wall Street Journal Survey
Q6

I'm going to read you the names of some public figures and groups and I'd like you to rate your feelings toward
each one as very positive, somewhat positive, neutral, somewhat negative, or very negative. If you don't know
the name, please just say so. (ALWAYS DONALD TRUMP FIRST, BIDEN NEXT, ROTATE BOTTOM TWO
LAST)

Donald Trump1
July 2020+ .............................................
June 2020+ ............................................
April 2020+ .............................................
March 2020+ ..........................................
January 2020+ ...................................
October 27-30, 2019 ..........................
October 4-6, 2019 ..............................
September 2019+ ..............................
August 2019 .......................................
April 28-May 1, 2019 ..........................
March 2019 ........................................
February 2019....................................
January 2019 .....................................
December 2018 .................................
November 2018+ ...............................
October 2018+ ...................................
September 2018+ ..............................
August 18-22, 2018+..........................
July 2018+ .........................................
June 2018+ ........................................
April 2018 ...........................................
March 2018 ........................................
January 2018 .....................................
December 2017 .................................
October 2017 .....................................
August 2017 .......................................
June 2017 ..........................................
April 2017 ...........................................
February 2017....................................
January 2017 .....................................
December 2016 .................................
October 10-13, 2016+ ........................
October 8-10, 2016+ ..........................
September 2016+ ..............................
August 2016+ .....................................
July 2016+ .........................................
June 2016+ ........................................
April 2016+ .........................................
March 2016+ ......................................
January 2016+ ...................................
December 2015 .................................
October 25-29, 2015 ..........................
September 2015 ................................
July 2015............................................
February 2011....................................
May 2004+ .........................................
December 1999 .................................
October 1999 .....................................
July 1990............................................
High
January 2020+ ...................................
Presidential Term Low
April 2018 ...........................................
All-time Trump Low
April 2016+ .........................................
1

Neutral

Somewhat
Negative

Very
Negative

Don't Know
Name/
Not Sure

10
11
10
13
10
11
11
11
11
11
12
12
12
13
12
15
13
11
12
16
14
14
12
16
13
14
13
16
16
18
20
14
13
13
15
17
17
13
13
15
15
17
17
16
17

7
8
8
7
6
7
9
8
8
12
9
8
9
11
6
7
9
9
9
9
12
11
8
9
10
12
11
11
10
13
13
8
7
11
11
13
11
10
11
12
13
17
16
16
40

6
6
8
9
8
10
9
7
8
8
10
10
8
9
7
8
8
8
9
10
10
12
8
9
8
12
9
10
12
10
11
10
12
12
11
11
12
12
10
11
12
14
14
13
18

48
45
43
42
43
43
44
44
45
41
41
40
43
43
45
43
44
42
43
41
43
40
48
45
46
40
41
40
35
38
35
52
51
49
50
49
48
53
54
47
47
42
44
43
11

1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
5

9
4
3
3

17
12
11
11

38
28
25
28

14
24
23
25

15
25
32
24

7
7
6
9

33

10

6

8

43

-

21

14

12

10

43

-

11

13

10

12

53

1

Very
Positive

Somewhat
Positive

29
29
31
29
33
29
27
30
28
28
28
30
27
24
29
27
26
29
28
24
21
23
24
21
23
22
25
23
27
20
20
15
17
15
13
10
12
11
12
14
12
10
8
10
9

The historical trend data for this item does not include every survey in which this item has been asked.
+ Results shown reflect responses among registered voters.

Hart Research Associates/Public Opinion Strategies/Vision Strategy & Insights
Study #200356 -- page 5
July 2020
NBC News/Wall Street Journal Survey
Q6 (cont'd)

Joe Biden
July 2020+ ................................................
June 2020+ ...............................................
April 2020+................................................
March 2020+ .............................................
January 2020+ ..........................................
October 4-6, 2019 .....................................
August 2019 ..............................................
January 2018 ............................................
January 2017 ............................................
October 2015 ............................................
September 2015 .......................................
June 2015 .................................................
November 2014 ........................................
June 2014 .................................................
July 2013 ..................................................
January 2013 ............................................
December 2012 ........................................
October 2012+ ..........................................
September 26-30, 2012+ ..........................
August 2012+............................................
July 2012+ ................................................
May 2012 ..................................................
December 2010 ........................................
August 26-30, 2010...................................
January 10-14, 2010 .................................
July 2009 ..................................................
January 2009 ............................................
December 2008 ........................................
October 17-20, 2008+ ...............................
October 4-5, 2008+ ...................................
September 19-22, 2008+ ..........................
September 6-8, 2008+ ..............................
September 2007 .......................................
December 2006 ........................................
June 2004+ ...............................................

Very
Positive

Somewhat
Positive

15
17
16
18
14
12
11
30
35
19
15
16
13
11
17
20
21
21
18
15
15
15
10
13
15
13
20
20
28
21
17
18
4
3
5

19
20
21
19
21
21
23
24
21
23
25
24
22
21
21
21
18
19
19
21
20
20
24
21
23
25
27
25
23
22
20
22
13
14
11

Neutral

Somewhat
Negative

Very
Negative

Don't Know
Name/
Not Sure

19
23
19
21
19
28
25
22
19
24
25
24
22
25
21
17
18
15
19
20
23
21
25
21
25
20
22
25
19
24
25
23
26
23
25

13
12
16
17
15
15
16
11
10
17
14
16
17
15
15
16
15
13
14
14
14
16
15
15
15
17
12
12
12
12
13
13
11
10
6

33
26
25
24
27
19
22
11
12
14
14
15
21
21
20
21
23
29
24
26
23
21
18
20
14
19
9
11
14
15
16
12
11
6
4

1
2
3
1
4
5
3
2
3
3
7
5
5
7
6
5
5
3
6
4
5
7
8
9
8
6
10
7
4
6
9
12
35
44
49

+ Results shown reflect responses among registered voters.

SUMMARY TABLE OF IMAGES – BY D/S (POSITIVE – NEGATIVE)
TOTAL
TOTAL
POSITIVE
NEGATIVE
Joe Biden .................................................................
34
46
Donald Trump...........................................................
39
54

Q6_3-4 Held for later release.

D/S
-12
-15

Hart Research Associates/Public Opinion Strategies/Vision Strategy & Insights
Study #200356 -- page 6
July 2020
NBC News/Wall Street Journal Survey
Thinking now about the November elections…
Q7
Please tell me how interested you are in the 2020 elections, using a scale from one to ten, on which a "ten"
means that you are very interested in the elections and a "one" means that you are not at all interested. You
may choose any number from one to ten. (RECORD NUMBER 1-10. IF "NOT SURE," RECORD AS "DK.")

10, very interested .....
9 ................................
8 ................................
7 ................................
6 ................................
5 ................................
4 ................................
3 ................................
2 ................................
1, not at all interested
Cannot rate .............

7/20+
72
5
7
5
3
3
1
1
2
1

10/2730/19+
64
8
11
5
3
3
2
1
1
2
-

4/285/1/19+
63
6
13
6
3
5
1
1
2
-

10/1013/16+
67
5
9
5
3
4
2
1
1
2
1

10/810/16+
62
8
10
5
2
6
2
1
4
-

9/16+
60
8
11
7
3
4
1
2
1
3
-

5/16+
60
9
11
6
3
6
1
2
2
-

2/16+
61
9
13
6
3
4
1
1
2
-

9/15+
56
8
13
9
3
5
1
1
1
2
1

4/15+
53
7
15
8
4
7
1
1
2
2
-

10/12+
69
8
9
4
2
5
1
2
-

9/2630/12+
65
8
10
5
3
5
1
1
2
-

9/1216/12+
64
8
12
6
2
4
1
1
1
1
-

8/12+
62
6
13
6
3
5
1
1
1
2
-

7/12+
62
6
11
7
4
5
1
1
3
-

6/12+
60
8
12
7
3
5
2
1
1
1
-

5/12+
62
7
12
6
4
5
1
1
1
1
-

4/12+
61
6
12
7
3
5
2
2
1
2
-

3/12+
48
11
14
9
5
6
2
1
1
2
1

1/12+
57
10
11
7
3
6
2
2
1
1
-

10/45/08+
72
7
10
4
1
3
1
2
-

9/1922/08+
70
8
9
5
2
3
1
1
1
-

9/68/08+
69
10
10
3
2
2
1
1
1
1
-

8/08+
65
8
11
5
2
3
1
1
1
3
-

7/08+
64
8
12
5
3
4
1
1
2
-

6/08+
67
7
11
5
2
4
1
1
2
-

4/08+
65
9
11
4
3
3
1
2
2
-

3/08+
67
8
10
5
2
3
1
1
2
1

1/08+
66
10
10
4
3
4
1
1
1
-

12/07+
65
8
12
5
2
4
1
1
2
-

+ Results shown reflect responses among registered voters.
1 The historical trend data for this item does not include every survey in which this item has been asked.

11/07+1
62
9
11
6
3
5
1
1
2
-

Hart Research Associates/Public Opinion Strategies/Vision Strategy & Insights
Study #200356 -- page 7
July 2020
NBC News/Wall Street Journal Survey
Q8

I'm going to list some people who are running for president. For each one, please tell me whether that person
as a presidential candidate is someone you (a) are enthusiastic about, (b) are comfortable with, (c) have some
reservations about, or (d) are very uncomfortable with.
THIS TABLE HAS BEEN RANKED BY THE PERCENTAGE WHO SAY ENTHUSIASTIC

(A)
Enthusiastic

(B)
Comfortable

(C)
Have Some
Reservations

(D)
Very
Uncomfortable

Don’t
Know Name

Not
Sure

Donald Trump
July 2020+ ......................................
March 2020+ ...................................
February 2020+ ..............................
January 2020+ ................................
December 2019+ ............................
September 2019+ ...........................
June 2019+ .....................................
April 28-May 1, 2019+ .....................
March 2019+ ...................................

23
27
27
32
28
26
23
25
26

16
15
16
13
12
15
14
16
14

8
10
10
6
9
9
10
10
9

52
48
47
49
50
49
52
49
50

1
-

1
1
1
1

Joe Biden
July 2020+ ......................................
March 2020+ ...................................
February 2020+ ..............................
January 2020+ ................................
December 2019+ ............................
September 2019+ ...........................
June 2019+ .....................................
April 28-May 1, 2019+ .....................
March 2019+ ...................................

14
15
6
14
14
12
13
17
17

25
26
28
27
22
25
27
30
30

22
26
24
21
23
27
25
25
24

38
31
39
35
39
33
31
24
24

1
2
2
1
1
2
2
4

2
1
1
1
2
2
2
1

+ Results shown reflect responses among registered voters.

Hart Research Associates/Public Opinion Strategies/Vision Strategy & Insights
Study #200356 -- page 8
July 2020
NBC News/Wall Street Journal Survey
Q9

If the election for president were held today, and (ROTATE) Donald Trump were the Republican candidate and
Joe Biden were the Democratic candidate, for whom would you vote?

Donald Trump ................................
Joe Biden .......................................
Depends (VOL) ...........................
Neither/other (VOL) .....................
Not sure ......................................

7/20+
40
51
1
7
1

6/20+
42
49
1
5
3

4/20+
42
49
5
4

3/20+
43
52
3
2

2/20+
44
52
2
2

1/20+
44
50
4
2

10/2730/19+
41
50
6
3

7/19+
42
51
4
3

+ Results shown reflect responses among registered voters.

(ASKED IF NOT SUPPORTING DONALD TRUMP)
Q10A Even though you are not supporting Donald Trump now, what are the chances that you might support Trump in
this year's presidential election--is there a fair chance that you might support him, a small chance, just a very
slight chance, or no chance at all you might support him? +
Fair chance you might support ..................
Small chance .............................................
Very slight chance ...................................
No chance at all you might support ...........
Not sure ...................................................
Currently supporting Trump .......................

1
3
6
50
40

+ Results shown reflect responses among registered voters.

(ASKED IF NOT SUPPORTING JOE BIDEN)
Q10B Even though you are not supporting Joe Biden now, what are the chances that you might support Biden in this
year's presidential election--is there a fair chance that you might support him, a small chance, just a very slight
chance, or no chance at all you might support him? +
Fair chance you might support ..................
Small chance .............................................
Very slight chance ...................................
No chance at all you might support ...........
Not sure ...................................................
Currently supporting Biden ........................

2
3
6
37
1
51

+ Results shown reflect responses among registered voters.

Hart Research Associates/Public Opinion Strategies/Vision Strategy & Insights
Study #200356 -- page 9
July 2020
NBC News/Wall Street Journal Survey
Q11

What is your preference for the outcome of this year's congressional elections -- (ROTATE:) a Congress
controlled by Republicans or a Congress controlled by Democrats?

Republican-controlled ......
Democrat-controlled .........
Not sure............................

6/20+
40
51
9

1/20+
43
49
8

12/19+
42
49
9

10/2730/19+
42
49
9

10/18+
41
48
11

9/18+
40
52
8

8/1822/18+
42
50
8

7/18+
43
49
8

6/18+
40
50
10

4/18+
40
47
13

3/18+
40
50
10

1/18+
43
49
8

12/17+
39
50
11

10/17+
41
48
11

9/17+
42
48
10

6/17+
42
50
8

4/17+
43
47
10

10/1013/16+
44
46
10

10/810/16+
42
48
10

9/16+
45
48
7

8/16+
43
47
10

6/16+
46
46
8

5/16+
44
48
8

4/16+
45
47
8

10/2529/15+
45
45
10

10/3011/1/14+
42
46
12

10/812/14+
42
46
12

9/14+
45
43
12

6/14+
43
45
12

4/14+
45
45
10

3/14+
44
43
13

1/14+
43
45
12

12/13+
44
42
14

10/2528/13+
41
45
14

10/79/13+
39
47
14

9/13+
43
46
11

7/13+
44
44
12

6/13+
42
45
13

10/12+
43
45
12

9/2630/12+
43
47
10

8/12+
42
47
11

7/12+
45
46
9

6/12+
44
45
11

5/12+
43
44
13

4/12+
44
46
10

3/12+
41
46
13

1/12+
41
47
12

12/11+
43
45
12

11/11+
43
46
11

10/11+
41
45
14

8/11+
47
41
12

6/11+
44
44
12

10/2830/10+
46
44
10

10/1418/10+
44
46
10

9/10+
44
44
12

8/2630/10+
43
43
14

8/59/10+
42
43
15

6/10+
45
43
12

5/2023/10+
44
43
13

3/10+
42
45
13

1/2325/10+
42
44
14

1/1014/10+
41
41
18

12/09+
41
43
16

10/09+
38
46
16

9/09+
40
43
17

7/09+
39
46
15

4/09+
39
48
13

11/08+
36
48
16

10/08+
36
49
15

9/08+
37
50
13

8/08+
36
47
17

6/08+
33
52
15

4/08+
34
49
17

1/06+
38
47
15

3/08+
35
49
16

11/07+
37
46
17

9/07+
35
47
18

10/06+
37
52
11

9/06+
39
48
13

7/06+
38
48
14

6/06+
38
49
13

4/06+
39
45
16

3/06+
37
50
13

12/05+
38
46
16

11/05+
37
48
15

10/05+
39
48
13

7/05+
40
45
15

5/05+
40
47
13

10/04+
43
44
13

9/04+
42
46
12

6/04+
42
44
14

5/04+
41
44
15

3/04+
42
45
13

1/04
42
43
15

9/02
42
42
16

7/02
43
41
16

6/02
42
41
17

1/02
44
40
16

12/01
42
40
18

12/99
40
44
16

10/99
39
41
20

7/99
39
43
18

6/99
42
41
17

10/98+
41
43
16

9/98
40
39
21

7/98
41
40
19

6/98
39
40
21

1/98
40
42
18

12/97
41
37
22

9/97
41
39
20

7/97
45
39
16

4/97
44
38
18

7/20+
43
47
10

12/13/03 10/02+
42
43
42
42
16
15
4/99
41
40
19

3/99
37
43
20

+ Results shown reflect responses among registered voters.

Hart Research Associates/Public Opinion Strategies/Vision Strategy & Insights
Study #200356 -- page 10
July 2020
NBC News/Wall Street Journal Survey
Q12

In general, in thinking again about your vote in November for president and Congress, which comes closer to
the type of candidate you prefer? (ROTATE)
Someone who will confront and challenge the establishment in government to shake up how it operates
…or…
Someone who will bring competence and compassion to the way government operates? +
Will confront and challenge the establishment .......................
Will bring competence and compassion .................................
Some of both (VOL) .............................................................
Not sure ................................................................................

44
46
6
4

+ Results shown reflect responses among registered voters.

Moving on…
Q13
All things considered, do you think America is the single best place to live in the world, among the very few best
places to live in the world, above average, average or below average?

Single best place to live in the world ....................
Among the very few best places ...........................
Above average.......................................................
Average ..................................................................
Below average ......................................................
Not sure ..............................................................

7/20+
35
19
26
13
6
1

+ Results shown reflect responses among registered voters.

8/17
28
17
37
14
4
-

Hart Research Associates/Public Opinion Strategies/Vision Strategy & Insights
Study #200356 -- page 11
July 2020
NBC News/Wall Street Journal Survey
Thinking again about President Trump…
Q14
For each of the following please tell me if you approve or disapprove of President Trump’s handling of each
item. (RANDOMIZE)
TABLE RANKED BY % WHO SAY APPROVE
Disapprove

No
Opinion (VOL)1

Not Sure

The economy
July 2020+ ...................................................................................................
54
February 2020+ ...........................................................................................
53
October 27-30, 2019 2020+ ........................................................................
52
August 2019 ................................................................................................
49
May 2019 ....................................................................................................
51
January 2019 ..............................................................................................
51
July 2018+ ...................................................................................................
50
October 2017 ..............................................................................................
42
September 2017 ..........................................................................................
41
June 2017 ...................................................................................................
44
April 2017 ....................................................................................................
44

42
38
43
46
41
45
34
37
36
48
46

3
7
3
3
7
NA
15
20
22
NA
NA

1
2
2
2
1
4
1
1
1
8
10

The coronavirus
July 2020+ ...................................................................................................
37
June 2020+ .................................................................................................
43
April 2020+ ..................................................................................................
44
March 2020+ ...............................................................................................
45

59
55
52
51

2
NA
NA
NA

2
2
4
4

Approve

+ Results shown reflect responses among registered voters.
1
No opinion was a read response in September 2017, October 2017, and July 2018.

Q14_3 Held for later release.

Q15-25 Held for later release.

Hart Research Associates/Public Opinion Strategies/Vision Strategy & Insights
Study #200356 -- page 12
July 2020
NBC News/Wall Street Journal Survey
Changing topics and now thinking about coronavirus…
Q26
When thinking about a candidate running for president or the U.S. Congress and their position on how we
respond to the coronavirus, would you be more likely to vote for a candidate who (ROTATE TOP TWO) +
Focuses more on re-opening businesses ....................................................
25
Focuses more on controlling the spread of the virus ...................................
57
The difference is not that important to you ..................................................
14
Not sure .....................................................................................................
4
+ Results shown reflect responses among registered voters.

Q27

Due to the coronavirus, how often, if at all, do you wear a mask to go shopping, to work, or be around other
people outside of your house? (ROTATE TOP TO BOTTOM, BOTTOM TO TOP)
7/20+
6/20+
Always .........................................................................................................
74
63
Sometimes ...................................................................................................
14
21
Rarely ..........................................................................................................
6
7
Never ...........................................................................................................
5
8
Not sure .....................................................................................................
1
1
+ Results shown reflect responses among registered voters.

Q28

Do you support or oppose Donald Trump’s decision to commute the sentence of former advisor Roger Stone so
he will not serve any time in jail or have you not heard enough about this to have an opinion? +1
Support ........................................................................................................
16
Oppose ........................................................................................................
36
Have not heard enough ..............................................................................
47
Not sure .....................................................................................................
1
+ Results shown reflect responses among registered voters.
Asked Saturday-Sunday only, N=443.

1

Hart Research Associates/Public Opinion Strategies/Vision Strategy & Insights
Study #200356 -- page 13
July 2020
NBC News/Wall Street Journal Survey
Now I am going to ask you a few questions for statistical purposes only.
QF1
A lot of people are unable to get out and vote for many reasons. Did you happen to vote in the November 2016
election for president? (IF “YES,” ASK:) Which of the following statements describes your vote? (ROTATE
STATEMENTS :1-4 TOP TO BOTTOM, BOTTOM TO TOP)
(IF “SOMEONE ELSE,” ASK:) And, was your vote for Gary Johnson, Jill Stein, or someone else? +
Voted for Trump because you liked him or his policies ................................
Voted for Trump because you did not like Clinton or her policies .................
Voted for Clinton because you did not like Trump or his policies .................
Voted for Clinton because you liked her or her policies ...............................
Voted for Gary Johnson (VOL) ...................................................................
Voted for Jill Stein (VOL) ............................................................................
Voted for someone else (VOL) ..................................................................
Voted, not sure ...........................................................................................
No, Did Not Vote ..........................................................................................
Not sure......................................................................................................

23
15
18
23
2
1
3
1
12
2

+ Results shown reflect responses among registered voters.

(ASKED OF REPUBLICAN AND LEAN REPUBLICAN REGISTERED VOTERS)
QF1a Do you consider yourself to be more of a supporter of Donald Trump or more of a supporter of the Republican
Party?

7/20+
6/20+
4/20+
3/20+
Supporter of Donald Trump ..........................................................................
53
52
54
52
Supporter of the Republican Party ...............................................................
39
38
35
39
Both (VOL) .................................................................................................
3
4
4
5
Neither (VOL) .............................................................................................
4
4
7
3
Not sure ......................................................................................................
1
2
1
10/46/19+
48
39
8
4
1
+ Results shown reflect responses among registered voters.

9/19+
48
40
7
4
1

7/19+
44
46
7
2
1

6/19
52
38
3
5
2

2/20+
45
42
5
6
2

1/20+
49
40
6
3
2

12/19+
48
40
7
4
1

10/2730/19+
52
38
6
2
2

5/19
47
42
5
5
1

3/19
43
47
5
4
1

2/19
45
47
4
2
2

1/19
51
38
6
3
2

Hart Research Associates/Public Opinion Strategies/Vision Strategy & Insights
Study #200356 -- page 14
July 2020
NBC News/Wall Street Journal Survey
QF2

Are you currently employed? (IF "CURRENTLY EMPLOYED," ASK:) What type of work do you do? (RECORD
UNDER "6--OTHER.") (IF "NOT CURRENTLY EMPLOYED," ASK:) Are you a student, a stay-at-home mom or
dad, retired, or unemployed and looking for work? +
Currently Employed
Professional, manager ..................
White-collar worker .......................
Blue-collar worker .........................
Farmer, rancher ............................
Not Currently Employed
Student .........................................
Stay at home mom/dad.................
Retired ..........................................
Unemployed, looking for work ......
Other.............................................
Not sure ......................................

25
19
19
1
4
4
22
5
1

+ Results shown reflect responses among registered voters.

QF3

What is the last grade that you completed in school? (DO NOT READ CHOICES.) +
Grade school ...........................................................
Some high school ....................................................
High school graduate ..............................................
Some college, no degree ........................................
Vocational training/School ......................................
2-year college degree .............................................
4-year college/bachelor's degree ............................
Some postgraduate work, no degree ......................
2-3 years postgraduate work/master's degree ........
Doctoral/law degree ................................................
Not sure/refused ....................................................

1
2
23
16
4
15
22
1
12
3
1

+ Results shown reflect responses among registered voters.

QF4

Generally speaking, do you think of yourself as a Democrat, a Republican, an independent, or something else?
(IF "DEMOCRAT" OR "REPUBLICAN," ASK:) Would you call yourself a strong (Democrat/Republican) or not a
very strong (Democrat/Republican)? (IF "NOT SURE," CODE AS "NOT VERY STRONG
DEMOCRAT/REPUBLICAN.") (IF "INDEPENDENT," ASK:) Do you think of yourself as closer to the Republican
Party, closer to the Democratic Party, or do you think of yourself as strictly independent? (IF "NOT SURE,"
CODE AS "STRICTLY INDEPENDENT.") +
Strong Democrat...............................
Not very strong Democrat .................
Independent/lean Democrat .............
Strictly Independent ..........................
Independent/lean Republican ...........
Not very strong Republican ..............
Strong Republican ............................
Other (VOL) ....................................
Not sure ..........................................

26
6
11
11
10
5
21
8
2

+ Results shown reflect responses among registered voters.

QF5

Thinking about your general approach to issues, do you consider yourself to be liberal, moderate, or
conservative? (IF "LIBERAL" OR "CONSERVATIVE," ASK:) Do you consider yourself to be very
(liberal/conservative) or somewhat (liberal/conservative)? +
Very liberal .........................................................16
Somewhat liberal ................................................11
Moderate ............................................................34
Somewhat conservative .....................................14
Very conservative ...............................................19
Not sure............................................................6
+ Results shown reflect responses among registered voters.

Hart Research Associates/Public Opinion Strategies/Vision Strategy & Insights
Study #200356 -- page 15
July 2020
NBC News/Wall Street Journal Survey
(ASKED ONLY OF NON-HISPANIC WHITE REGSISTERED VOTERS)
QF7a Would you describe yourself as either a fundamentalist or an evangelical Christian, or would you not describe
yourself that way? +
Fundamentalist/evangelical ............................................ 19
Neither fundamentalist nor evangelical ........................... 47
Not sure ........................................................................ 6
Not a non-Hispanic white registered voter ...................... 28
+ Results shown reflect responses among registered voters.

QF8

How would you describe your economic circumstances—(ROTATE TOP TO BOTTOM, BOTTOM TO TOP)
poor, working class, middle class, upper middle class, or well-to-do? +
Poor ................................................
Working class .................................
Middle class ....................................
Upper middle class .........................
Well-to-do .......................................
Not sure/refused ...........................

7
30
38
20
3
2

+ Results shown reflect responses among registered voters.

(ASKED IF RESPONDENT LIVES IN SUBURBAN GEOGRAPHY)
QF9
Do you live in a suburban area that is closer to a large city or in a suburban area that is farther away from a
large city? +
Closer to a large city......................................
Farther away from a large city .......................
Not sure.......................................................

25
14
2

+ Results shown reflect responses among registered voters.


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