President Trump has grabbed headlines for the most part of his tenure, and he continues to do so even amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. With the presidential election just a few months away, Pipslay tries to understand America’s opinion as it slowly begins to emerge from the ongoing crisis. Political parties can leverage this data in their decision making.
Donald Trump’s presidency has seen several head-turning events over the years. Be it his ‘America First’ ideology, tax reform, judicial appointments, foreign and immigration policies, or his impeachment. The COVID-19 pandemic has once again put the spotlight on him, particularly for his many attacks and reactions.
Having witnessed the highs and lows, who will Americans choose as their next president this November? Will Donald Trump triumph again, or will political veteran Joe Biden manage to pull in the votes? Piplsay polled 20,188 Americans to get some insights? Here’s a quick summary:
- 40% of New York residents prefer Joe Biden for president while 29% prefer Donald Trump
- 41% of Millennials think COVID-19 will have a big impact on Donald Trump’s re-election as compared to 32% of Gen Zers
- 41% of White Americans and 38% of Black Americans think COVID-19 will greatly impact Donald Trump’s re-election bid
- 57% of Delaware residents think Donald Trump’s pandemic response will largely influence his re-election as compared to 41% of New Yorkers and 44% of New Jersey residents
Survey Methodology: This Piplsay survey (powered by Market Cube) was conducted nationwide in the US from May 8-10, 2020. We received 20,188 online responses from individuals aged 18 years and older.