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National Tracking Poll #200822 August 14-17, 2020 Crosstabulation Results Methodology: is poll was conducted between August 14-August 17, 2020 among a national sample of 2200 Adults. e interviews were conducted online and the data were weighted to approximate a target sample of Adults based on age, gender, educational attainment, race, and region. Results from the full survey have a margin of error of plus or minus 2 percentage points.

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National Tracking Poll #200822August 14-17, 2020

Crosstabulation Results

Methodology:This poll was conducted between August 14-August 17, 2020 among a national sample of 2200Adults. The interviews were conducted online and the data were weighted to approximate a targetsample of Adults based on age, gender, educational attainment, race, and region. Results from thefull survey have a margin of error of plus or minus 2 percentage points.

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1 Table CMS1: As you may know, a new strain of a virus called coronavirus was identi ed byChinese authorities in early January, and has spread around the world, infecting millions ofindividuals and killing hundreds of thousands of people globally. TheWorld Health Organiza-tion declared this outbreak of the coronavirus is a pandemic, posing a risk to countries outsideof China. President Trump declared a public health emergency in the United States shortlyafter.Based on what you know, how concerned are you about the outbreak of coronavirus? . . 13

2 Table CMS2_1: To what extent is the coronavirus a health risk in the following places? China 17

3 Table CMS2_2: To what extent is the coronavirus a health risk in the following places? Asia 21

4 Table CMS2_3: To what extent is the coronavirus a health risk in the following places? Europe 25

5 TableCMS2_4: Towhat extent is the coronavirus a health risk in the following places? UnitedStates . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29

6 Table CMS2_5: To what extent is the coronavirus a health risk in the following places? Globally 33

7 Table CMS2_6: To what extent is the coronavirus a health risk in the following places? theMiddle East . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37

8 Table CMS2_7: To what extent is the coronavirus a health risk in the following places? SouthAmerica . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41

9 TableCMS2_8: Towhat extent is the coronavirus a health risk in the following places? CentralAmerica . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45

10 Table CMS2_9: To what extent is the coronavirus a health risk in the following places? Yourstate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49

11 Table CMS2_10: To what extent is the coronavirus a health risk in the following places? Yourcommunity . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53

12 Table CMS3_1: In light of the outbreak of the coronavirus, are you more or less likely to doeach of the following in the next 6 months, or is there no change? Travel within the U.S. . . . 57

13 Table CMS3_2: In light of the outbreak of the coronavirus, are you more or less likely to doeach of the following in the next 6 months, or is there no change? Travel outside of the U.S. . 61

14 Table CMS3_3: In light of the outbreak of the coronavirus, are you more or less likely to doeach of the following in the next 6 months, or is there no change? Stay overnight at a hotel inthe U.S. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65

15 Table CMS3_4: In light of the outbreak of the coronavirus, are you more or less likely to doeach of the following in the next 6 months, or is there no change? Stay overnight at a hoteloutside of the U.S. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 69

16 Table CMS3_5: In light of the outbreak of the coronavirus, are you more or less likely to doeach of the following in the next 6 months, or is there no change? Travel within Asia . . . . . 73

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17 Table CMS3_6: In light of the outbreak of the coronavirus, are you more or less likely to doeach of the following in the next 6 months, or is there no change? Travel within Europe . . . 77

18 Table CMS4_1: And do you expect to spend more or less on the following because of thecoronavirus, or is there no change? Health care . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 81

19 Table CMS4_2: And do you expect to spend more or less on the following because of thecoronavirus, or is there no change? American goods . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 85

20 Table CMS4_3: And do you expect to spend more or less on the following because of thecoronavirus, or is there no change? Chinese made goods . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 89

21 Table CMS4_4: And do you expect to spend more or less on the following because of thecoronavirus, or is there no change? Internationally made goods . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 93

22 Table CMS4_5: And do you expect to spend more or less on the following because of thecoronavirus, or is there no change? Personal hygiene product, such as hand sanitizer andhand soap . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 97

23 Table CMS4_6: And do you expect to spend more or less on the following because of thecoronavirus, or is there no change? Home cleaning products, such as disinfectants . . . . . . 101

24 Table CMS4_7: And do you expect to spend more or less on the following because of thecoronavirus, or is there no change? Medical supplies, such as medical face masks . . . . . . . 105

25 Table CMS4_8: And do you expect to spend more or less on the following because of thecoronavirus, or is there no change? Food products grown or produced in China . . . . . . . . 109

26 Table CMS4_9: And do you expect to spend more or less on the following because of thecoronavirus, or is there no change? Food products grown or produced in Asia . . . . . . . . 113

27 Table CMS4_10: And do you expect to spend more or less on the following because of thecoronavirus, or is there no change? Restaurant delivery services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 117

28 Table CMS4_11: And do you expect to spend more or less on the following because of thecoronavirus, or is there no change? Meal kit delivery services, such as Hello Fresh and BlueApron . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 121

29 Table CMS4_12: And do you expect to spend more or less on the following because of thecoronavirus, or is there no change? On-demand food delivery services, such as DoorDash orGrubhub . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 125

30 Table CMS4_13: And do you expect to spend more or less on the following because of thecoronavirus, or is there no change? Grocery delivery service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 129

31 Table CMS4_14: And do you expect to spend more or less on the following because of thecoronavirus, or is there no change? Movie or TV streaming services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 133

32 Table CMS4_15: And do you expect to spend more or less on the following because of thecoronavirus, or is there no change? Goods from online marketplaces, such as Amazon orWalmart . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 137

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33 Table CMS4_16: And do you expect to spend more or less on the following because of thecoronavirus, or is there no change? Music streaming services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 141

34 Table CMS4_17: And do you expect to spend more or less on the following because of thecoronavirus, or is there no change? Video games . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 145

35 Table CMS4_18: And do you expect to spend more or less on the following because of thecoronavirus, or is there no change? Canned goods . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 149

36 Table CMS4_19: And do you expect to spend more or less on the following because of thecoronavirus, or is there no change? Medicine you are currently prescribed . . . . . . . . . . 153

37 Table CMS4_20: And do you expect to spend more or less on the following because of thecoronavirus, or is there no change? Beauty products, such as face masks and makeup . . . . 157

38 Table CMS4_21: And do you expect to spend more or less on the following because of thecoronavirus, or is there no change? Alcoholic beverages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 161

39 Table CMS4_22: And do you expect to spend more or less on the following because of thecoronavirus, or is there no change? Electronics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 165

40 Table CMS5: If a vaccine that protects from the coronavirus became available, would you getvaccinated, or not? . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 169

41 Table CMS6_1: Do you approve or disapprove of the job each of the following is doing inhandling the spread of coronavirus in the United States? President Donald Trump . . . . . . 173

42 Table CMS6_2: Do you approve or disapprove of the job each of the following is doing inhandling the spread of coronavirus in the United States? Vice President Mike Pence . . . . . 177

43 Table CMS6_3: Do you approve or disapprove of the job each of the following is doing inhandling the spread of coronavirus in the United States? The Centers for Disease Control andPrevention (CDC) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 181

44 Table CMS6_4: Do you approve or disapprove of the job each of the following is doing inhandling the spread of coronavirus in the United States? Congress . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 185

45 Table CMS6_5: Do you approve or disapprove of the job each of the following is doing inhandling the spread of coronavirus in the United States? Your state government . . . . . . . 189

46 Table CMS6_6: Do you approve or disapprove of the job each of the following is doing inhandling the spread of coronavirus in the United States? Your local government . . . . . . . 193

47 Table CMS6_7: Do you approve or disapprove of the job each of the following is doing inhandling the spread of coronavirus in the United States? The United Nations (UN) . . . . . . 197

48 Table CMS6_8: Do you approve or disapprove of the job each of the following is doing inhandling the spread of coronavirus in the United States? The World Health Organization(WHO) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 201

49 Table CMS6_9: Do you approve or disapprove of the job each of the following is doing inhandling the spread of coronavirus in the United States? Airline companies . . . . . . . . . . 205

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50 Table CMS6_10: Do you approve or disapprove of the job each of the following is doing inhandling the spread of coronavirus in the United States? The Transportation Security Admin-istration (TSA) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 209

51 Table CMS6_11: Do you approve or disapprove of the job each of the following is doing inhandling the spread of coronavirus in the United States? Cruise companies . . . . . . . . . . 213

52 Table CMS6_12: Do you approve or disapprove of the job each of the following is doing inhandling the spread of coronavirus in the United States? Corporations . . . . . . . . . . . . 217

53 Table CMS6_13: Do you approve or disapprove of the job each of the following is doing inhandling the spread of coronavirus in the United States? Restaurants and bars . . . . . . . . 221

54 Table CMS6_14: Do you approve or disapprove of the job each of the following is doing inhandling the spread of coronavirus in the United States? Retail stores . . . . . . . . . . . . . 225

55 Table CMS6_15: Do you approve or disapprove of the job each of the following is doing inhandling the spread of coronavirus in the United States? Grocery stores . . . . . . . . . . . . 229

56 Table CMS7: Thinking about the con rmed cases of the coronavirus in the United States, whodo you think is most to blame for the spread of the coronavirus into the United States? . . . . 233

57 Table CMS8: Which of these statements comes closer to your opinion, even if none is exactlyright? . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 236

58 Table CMS9_1: How concerned are you that the coronavirus will impact the following? U.S.economy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 240

59 Table CMS9_2: How concerned are you that the coronavirus will impact the following? Chi-nese economy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 244

60 Table CMS9_3: How concerned are you that the coronavirus will impact the following?Global economy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 248

61 Table CMS9_4: How concerned are you that the coronavirus will impact the following? Mylocal economy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 252

62 Table CMS9_5: How concerned are you that the coronavirus will impact the following? TheEuropean economy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 256

63 Table CMS9_6: How concerned are you that the coronavirus will impact the following? Mid-dle Eastern economy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 260

64 Table CMS9_7: How concerned are you that the coronavirus will impact the following? Thehospitality industry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 264

65 Table CMS9_8: How concerned are you that the coronavirus will impact the following? My job268

66 Table CMS9_9: How concerned are you that the coronavirus will impact the following?American job market . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 272

67 Table CMS9_10: How concerned are you that the coronavirus will impact the following?American companies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 276

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68 Table CMS10_1: To what extent are each of the following effective for preventing the spreadof coronavirus? Face masks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 280

69 Table CMS10_2: To what extent are each of the following effective for preventing the spreadof coronavirus? Hand sanitizer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 284

70 Table CMS10_3: To what extent are each of the following effective for preventing the spreadof coronavirus? Disinfectants . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 288

71 Table CMS10_4: To what extent are each of the following effective for preventing the spreadof coronavirus? Hand soap . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 292

72 Table CMS10_5: To what extent are each of the following effective for preventing the spreadof coronavirus? Natural or organic cleaning products . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 296

73 Table CMS10_6: To what extent are each of the following effective for preventing the spreadof coronavirus? Social distancing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 300

74 Table CMS11_1: Based on what you know about the coronavirus, are you currently more orless likely to do the following? Go to a movie theater . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 304

75 Table CMS11_2: Based on what you know about the coronavirus, are you currently more orless likely to do the following? Go to sporting events . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 308

76 Table CMS11_3: Based on what you know about the coronavirus, are you currently more orless likely to do the following? Go to a concert . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 312

77 Table CMS11_4: Based on what you know about the coronavirus, are you currently more orless likely to do the following? Go to a shopping mall . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 316

78 Table CMS11_5: Based on what you know about the coronavirus, are you currently more orless likely to do the following? Go to an amusement park . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 320

79 Table CMS11_6: Based on what you know about the coronavirus, are you currently more orless likely to do the following? Take a vacation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 324

80 Table CMS11_7: Based on what you know about the coronavirus, are you currently more orless likely to do the following? Go to a party or social event . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 328

81 Table CMS11_8: Based on what you know about the coronavirus, are you currently more orless likely to do the following? Go to a religious gathering or meeting . . . . . . . . . . . . . 332

82 Table CMS11_9: Based on what you know about the coronavirus, are you currently more orless likely to do the following? Use public transit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 336

83 Table CMS11_10: Based on what you know about the coronavirus, are you currently moreor less likely to do the following? Go to the grocery store . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 340

84 Table CMS11_11: Based on what you know about the coronavirus, are you currently moreor less likely to do the following? Use a ride-hailing service like Uber or Lyft or take a taxi . . 344

85 Table CMS11_12: Based on what you know about the coronavirus, are you currently moreor less likely to do the following? Go out to eat at a restaurant or cafe . . . . . . . . . . . . . 348

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86 Table CMS11_13: Based on what you know about the coronavirus, are you currently moreor less likely to do the following? Go to a work conference . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 352

87 Table CMS11_14: Based on what you know about the coronavirus, are you currently moreor less likely to do the following? Go to a theater performance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 356

88 Table CMS11_15: Based on what you know about the coronavirus, are you currently moreor less likely to do the following? Go to a museum . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 360

89 Table CMS11_16: Based on what you know about the coronavirus, are you currently moreor less likely to do the following? Go to a political rally . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 364

90 Table CMS11_17: Based on what you know about the coronavirus, are you currently moreor less likely to do the following? Vote in a political election . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 368

91 Table CMS11_18: Based on what you know about the coronavirus, are you currently moreor less likely to do the following? Go to the gym . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 372

92 Table CMS11_19: Based on what you know about the coronavirus, are you currently moreor less likely to do the following? Invest in the stock market . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 376

93 Table CMS11_20: Based on what you know about the coronavirus, are you currently moreor less likely to do the following? Go to the doctor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 380

94 Table CMS11_21: Based on what you know about the coronavirus, are you currently moreor less likely to do the following? Travel in your own car . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 384

95 Table CMS11_22: Based on what you know about the coronavirus, are you currently moreor less likely to do the following? Carpool with others . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 388

96 Table CMS11_23: Based on what you know about the coronavirus, are you currently moreor less likely to do the following? Take a public bus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 392

97 Table CMS11_24: Based on what you know about the coronavirus, are you currently moreor less likely to do the following? Take the subway or public train . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 396

98 Table CMS11_25: Based on what you know about the coronavirus, are you currently moreor less likely to do the following? Stay home in your free time . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 400

99 Table CMS11_26: Based on what you know about the coronavirus, are you currently moreor less likely to do the following? Travel by plane domestically . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 404

100 Table CMS11_27: Based on what you know about the coronavirus, are you currently moreor less likely to do the following? Travel by plane internationally . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 408

101 Table CMS13: Which of the following is closest to your opinion, even if neither is exactly correct?412

102 Table CMS14_1NET: Which of these applies to you? Please select all that apply I have orpreviously had COVID-19 (coronavirus) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 416

103 Table CMS14_2NET: Which of these applies to you? Please select all that apply A familymember or close friend has or previously had COVID-19 (coronavirus) . . . . . . . . . . . . 420

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104 Table CMS14_3NET:Which of these applies to you? Please select all that apply I know some-one personally who has died from COVID-19 (coronavirus) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 424

105 Table CMS14_4NET:Which of these applies to you? Please select all that apply I am experi-encing symptoms of COVID-19 (coronavirus) but have not been diagnosed . . . . . . . . . . 428

106 TableCMS14_5NET:Which of these applies to you? Please select all that apply I am currentlyattempting to be tested for COVID-19 (coronavirus) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 432

107 Table CMS14_6NET:Which of these applies to you? Please select all that apply I have beenexposed to COVID-19 (coronavirus) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 436

108 Table CMS14_7NET:Which of these applies to you? Please select all that apply Someone inmy household has lost a job because of the COVID-19 pandemic (coronavirus) . . . . . . . . 440

109 Table CMS14_8NET: Which of these applies to you? Please select all that apply A familymember or friend lost their job because of the COVID-19 pandemic (coronavirus) . . . . . . 444

110 Table CMS14_9NET: Which of these applies to you? Please select all that apply My localcommunity has been badly affected by the COVID-19 pandemic (coronavirus) . . . . . . . . 448

111 Table CMS14_10NET:Which of these applies to you? Please select all that apply None of theabove . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 452

112 Table CMS15_1: How well do the following words or phrases describe the United States’ re-sponse to the COVID-19 pandemic (coronavirus) so far? Efficient . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 456

113 Table CMS15_2: How well do the following words or phrases describe the United States’ re-sponse to the COVID-19 pandemic (coronavirus) so far? Effective . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 460

114 Table CMS15_3: How well do the following words or phrases describe the United States’ re-sponse to the COVID-19 pandemic (coronavirus) so far? Strategic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 464

115 Table CMS15_4: How well do the following words or phrases describe the United States’ re-sponse to the COVID-19 pandemic (coronavirus) so far? Thoughtful . . . . . . . . . . . . . 468

116 Table CMS15_5: How well do the following words or phrases describe the United States’ re-sponse to the COVID-19 pandemic (coronavirus) so far? Scienti c . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 472

117 Table CMS15_6: How well do the following words or phrases describe the United States’ re-sponse to the COVID-19 pandemic (coronavirus) so far? Slow . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 476

118 Table CMS15_7: How well do the following words or phrases describe the United States’ re-sponse to the COVID-19 pandemic (coronavirus) so far? Disorganized . . . . . . . . . . . . 480

119 Table CMS15_8: How well do the following words or phrases describe the United States’ re-sponse to the COVID-19 pandemic (coronavirus) so far? Not enough being done . . . . . . . 484

120 Table CMS15_9: How well do the following words or phrases describe the United States’ re-sponse to the COVID-19 pandemic (coronavirus) so far? Overreaction . . . . . . . . . . . . 488

121 Table CMS15_10: How well do the following words or phrases describe the United States’response to the COVID-19 pandemic (coronavirus) so far? Hysterical . . . . . . . . . . . . . 492

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122 Table CMS15_11: How well do the following words or phrases describe the United States’response to the COVID-19 pandemic (coronavirus) so far? Overly cautious . . . . . . . . . . 496

123 Table CMS15_12: How well do the following words or phrases describe the United States’response to the COVID-19 pandemic (coronavirus) so far? Better than most other countries . 500

124 Table CMS15_13: How well do the following words or phrases describe the United States’response to the COVID-19 pandemic (coronavirus) so far? Worse than most other countries . 504

125 Table CMS15_14: How well do the following words or phrases describe the United States’response to the COVID-19 pandemic (coronavirus) so far? Embarrassing . . . . . . . . . . . 508

126 Table CMS15_15: How well do the following words or phrases describe the United States’response to the COVID-19 pandemic (coronavirus) so far? Inspiring . . . . . . . . . . . . . 512

127 Table CMS16: Since the COVID-19 pandemic (coronavirus) spread to the U.S., would yousay you’re spending more or less than you usually do? . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 516

128 Table CMS17: Now thinking only about online purchases, since the COVID-19 pandemic(coronavirus) spread to the U.S., would you say you’re spending more or less than usual? . . . 520

129 TableCMS18: Which of these best describes you, even if neither is exactly correct?Since healthofficials recommended social distancing and self-quarantining began in March 2020… . . . . 524

130 Table CMS19_1: How comfortable would you be doing the following activities right now?Going out to eat at a restaurant or cafe . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 528

131 Table CMS19_2: How comfortable would you be doing the following activities right now?Going to the movies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 532

132 Table CMS19_3: How comfortable would you be doing the following activities right now?Going to a concert . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 536

133 Table CMS19_4: How comfortable would you be doing the following activities right now?Going to a shopping mall . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 540

134 Table CMS19_5: How comfortable would you be doing the following activities right now?Going to an amusement park . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 544

135 Table CMS19_6: How comfortable would you be doing the following activities right now?Going to a party or social event . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 548

136 Table CMS19_7: How comfortable would you be doing the following activities right now?Going to a religious gathering or meeting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 552

137 Table CMS19_8: How comfortable would you be doing the following activities right now?Going to a work conference . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 556

138 Table CMS19_9: How comfortable would you be doing the following activities right now?Going to a theater performance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 560

139 Table CMS19_10: How comfortable would you be doing the following activities right now?Going to a museum . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 564

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140 Table CMS19_11: How comfortable would you be doing the following activities right now?Going to a political rally . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 568

141 Table CMS19_12: How comfortable would you be doing the following activities right now?Going to the gym or an exercise class . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 572

142 Table CMS19_13: How comfortable would you be doing the following activities right now?Going on vacation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 576

143 Table CMS19_14: How comfortable would you be doing the following activities right now?Traveling abroad . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 580

144 Table CMS19_15: How comfortable would you be doing the following activities right now?Returning to your normal routine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 584

145 Table CMS19_16: How comfortable would you be doing the following activities right now?Socializing with people in public places . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 588

146 Table CMS19_17: How comfortable would you be doing the following activities right now?Going to a sporting event . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 592

147 Table CMS20_1: Based on what you know about the coronavirus, when would you feel com-fortable doing the following? Going out to eat at a restaurant or cafe . . . . . . . . . . . . . 596

148 Table CMS20_2: Based on what you know about the coronavirus, when would you feel com-fortable doing the following? Going to the movies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 600

149 Table CMS20_3: Based on what you know about the coronavirus, when would you feel com-fortable doing the following? Going to a concert . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 604

150 Table CMS20_4: Based on what you know about the coronavirus, when would you feel com-fortable doing the following? Going to a shopping mall . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 608

151 Table CMS20_5: Based on what you know about the coronavirus, when would you feel com-fortable doing the following? Going to an amusement park . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 612

152 Table CMS20_6: Based on what you know about the coronavirus, when would you feel com-fortable doing the following? Going to a party or social event . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 616

153 Table CMS20_7: Based on what you know about the coronavirus, when would you feel com-fortable doing the following? Going to a religious gathering or meeting . . . . . . . . . . . . 620

154 Table CMS20_8: Based on what you know about the coronavirus, when would you feel com-fortable doing the following? Going to a work conference . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 624

155 Table CMS20_9: Based on what you know about the coronavirus, when would you feel com-fortable doing the following? Going to a theater performance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 628

156 Table CMS20_10: Based on what you know about the coronavirus, when would you feelcomfortable doing the following? Going to a museum . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 632

157 Table CMS20_11: Based on what you know about the coronavirus, when would you feelcomfortable doing the following? Going to a political rally . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 636

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158 Table CMS20_12: Based on what you know about the coronavirus, when would you feelcomfortable doing the following? Going to the gym or an exercise class . . . . . . . . . . . . 640

159 Table CMS20_13: Based on what you know about the coronavirus, when would you feelcomfortable doing the following? Going on vacation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 644

160 Table CMS20_14: Based on what you know about the coronavirus, when would you feelcomfortable doing the following? Traveling abroad . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 648

161 Table CMSdem1_1: In the past year, howmany times have you done the following? Traveledwithin the U.S. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 652

162 Table CMSdem1_2: In the past year, howmany times have you done the following? Traveledoutside of the U.S. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 656

163 Table CMSdem1_3: In the past year, how many times have you done the following? Stayedovernight at a hotel in the U.S. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 660

164 Table CMSdem1_4: In the past year, how many times have you done the following? Stayedovernight at a hotel outside of the U.S. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 664

165 Table CMSdem1_5: In the past year, howmany times have you done the following? Traveledby airplane . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 668

166 Table CMSdem2_1: And do you currently have plans to do any of the following in the nextyear? Travel within the U.S. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 672

167 Table CMSdem2_2: And do you currently have plans to do any of the following in the nextyear? Travel outside of the U.S. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 676

168 Table CMSdem2_3: And do you currently have plans to do any of the following in the nextyear? Stay overnight at a hotel in the U.S. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 680

169 Table CMSdem2_4: And do you currently have plans to do any of the following in the nextyear? Stay overnight at a hotel outside of the U.S. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 684

170 Table CMSdem2_5: And do you currently have plans to do any of the following in the nextyear? Travel by airplane . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 688

171 Table CMSdem3_1: In general, what kind of fan do you consider yourself of the following?Film . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 692

172 Table CMSdem3_2: In general, what kind of fan do you consider yourself of the following?Television . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 696

173 Table CMSdem3_3: In general, what kind of fan do you consider yourself of the following?Music . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 700

174 Table CMSdem3_4: In general, what kind of fan do you consider yourself of the following?Sports . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 704

175 Table CMSdem4: Which of the following best describes your current behavior? . . . . . . . 708

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176 Table CMSdem5: How concerned are you with the issue of climate change and the impact itis having on the U.S. environment? . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 713

177 Summary Statistics of Survey Respondent Demographics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 717

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Table CMS1: As you may know, a new strain of a virus called coronavirus was identi ed by Chinese authorities in early January, and has spreadaround the world, infecting millions of individuals and killing hundreds of thousands of people globally. The World Health Organization declared thisoutbreak of the coronavirus is a pandemic, posing a risk to countries outside of China. President Trump declared a public health emergency in theUnited States shortly after.Based on what you know, how concerned are you about the outbreak of coronavirus?

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Adults 56% (1240) 29% (636) 8% (172) 5% (102) 2% (50) 2200Gender: Male 51% (545) 33% (349) 8% (89) 5% (56) 2% (23) 1062Gender: Female 61% (695) 25% (287) 7% (83) 4% (46) 2% (27) 1138Age: 18-34 56% (368) 26% (169) 8% (54) 4% (28) 5% (36) 655Age: 35-44 55% (195) 27% (97) 8% (30) 8% (28) 2% (7) 358Age: 45-64 54% (408) 31% (232) 9% (70) 5% (34) 1% (7) 751Age: 65+ 62% (269) 32% (138) 4% (18) 3% (11) — (0) 436GenZers: 1997-2012 58% (151) 24% (61) 6% (15) 3% (8) 9% (24) 259Millennials: 1981-1996 54% (303) 28% (160) 10% (57) 6% (31) 3% (14) 565GenXers: 1965-1980 53% (285) 28% (148) 10% (52) 8% (42) 2% (10) 537Baby Boomers: 1946-1964 61% (454) 31% (235) 5% (41) 2% (18) — (2) 750PID: Dem (no lean) 75% (580) 21% (163) 2% (16) 1% (4) 1% (10) 773PID: Ind (no lean) 51% (379) 31% (230) 8% (57) 7% (50) 4% (30) 747PID: Rep (no lean) 41% (281) 36% (242) 15% (99) 7% (48) 1% (10) 680PID/Gender: DemMen 66% (219) 28% (93) 3% (9) 1% (3) 3% (9) 334PID/Gender: DemWomen 82% (361) 16% (70) 2% (7) — (1) — (1) 440PID/Gender: Ind Men 49% (173) 33% (115) 8% (28) 8% (29) 2% (8) 352PID/Gender: Ind Women 52% (206) 29% (116) 7% (29) 5% (21) 6% (23) 395PID/Gender: Rep Men 41% (153) 37% (141) 14% (52) 6% (24) 2% (7) 376PID/Gender: Rep Women 42% (128) 33% (102) 16% (47) 8% (24) 1% (3) 304Ideo: Liberal (1-3) 79% (467) 17% (100) 3% (16) — (2) 1% (4) 588Ideo: Moderate (4) 55% (343) 35% (219) 5% (30) 4% (24) 1% (8) 624Ideo: Conservative (5-7) 43% (307) 32% (231) 15% (109) 8% (60) 1% (6) 713Educ: < College 54% (811) 30% (450) 8% (123) 5% (82) 3% (46) 1512Educ: Bachelors degree 59% (262) 29% (128) 9% (39) 3% (15) — (1) 444Educ: Post-grad 68% (167) 24% (59) 4% (10) 2% (6) 1% (3) 244

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Table CMS1: As you may know, a new strain of a virus called coronavirus was identi ed by Chinese authorities in early January, and has spreadaround the world, infecting millions of individuals and killing hundreds of thousands of people globally. The World Health Organization declared thisoutbreak of the coronavirus is a pandemic, posing a risk to countries outside of China. President Trump declared a public health emergency in theUnited States shortly after.Based on what you know, how concerned are you about the outbreak of coronavirus?

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Adults 56% (1240) 29% (636) 8% (172) 5% (102) 2% (50) 2200Income: Under 50k 56% (686) 29% (350) 7% (88) 6% (70) 3% (35) 1229Income: 50k-100k 55% (355) 31% (197) 8% (52) 4% (24) 2% (12) 641Income: 100k+ 60% (199) 27% (88) 10% (32) 2% (8) 1% (3) 330Ethnicity: White 54% (929) 30% (517) 9% (160) 5% (84) 2% (32) 1722Ethnicity: Hispanic 67% (233) 21% (73) 6% (20) 3% (11) 4% (13) 349Ethnicity: Black 64% (175) 28% (78) 2% (5) 4% (12) 2% (5) 274Ethnicity: Other 67% (137) 20% (41) 3% (7) 3% (6) 6% (13) 204All Christian 55% (533) 32% (305) 8% (76) 5% (46) 1% (8) 967All Non-Christian 67% (76) 27% (30) 2% (2) 4% (5) — (0) 113Atheist 66% (86) 23% (30) 6% (8) 4% (5) — (0) 129Agnostic/Nothing in particular 54% (322) 30% (178) 8% (45) 3% (20) 5% (31) 596Something Else 57% (224) 24% (93) 11% (42) 7% (26) 3% (11) 395Religious Non-Protestant/Catholic 63% (82) 26% (33) 5% (6) 6% (8) — (0) 129Evangelical 54% (317) 27% (158) 10% (62) 7% (40) 2% (14) 591Non-Evangelical 57% (424) 31% (231) 7% (51) 4% (29) 1% (4) 739Community: Urban 64% (364) 23% (127) 6% (34) 4% (24) 3% (16) 564Community: Suburban 57% (568) 31% (306) 8% (78) 3% (35) 2% (15) 1003Community: Rural 49% (308) 32% (202) 10% (60) 7% (43) 3% (19) 633Employ: Private Sector 54% (349) 30% (193) 10% (63) 5% (33) 1% (7) 645Employ: Government 52% (74) 34% (49) 8% (11) 3% (4) 2% (3) 141Employ: Self-Employed 51% (91) 30% (54) 9% (17) 8% (15) 1% (3) 179Employ: Homemaker 51% (83) 28% (46) 13% (20) 4% (6) 4% (7) 162Employ: Retired 60% (309) 31% (161) 6% (30) 3% (15) — (0) 515Employ: Unemployed 59% (188) 27% (86) 5% (16) 4% (13) 4% (13) 316Employ: Other 58% (76) 18% (24) 9% (11) 7% (9) 9% (11) 132Military HH: Yes 56% (194) 29% (100) 8% (26) 6% (20) 1% (4) 344Military HH: No 56% (1047) 29% (536) 8% (146) 4% (81) 2% (46) 1856

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Adults 56% (1240) 29% (636) 8% (172) 5% (102) 2% (50) 2200RD/WT: Right Direction 36% (210) 38% (221) 15% (87) 8% (48) 2% (13) 578RD/WT: Wrong Track 64% (1030) 26% (415) 5% (85) 3% (54) 2% (37) 1622Trump Job Approve 37% (315) 38% (328) 15% (125) 9% (80) 1% (8) 856Trump Job Disapprove 71% (866) 23% (281) 3% (39) 2% (21) 1% (10) 1218Trump Job Strongly Approve 31% (146) 38% (184) 18% (86) 12% (59) 1% (3) 478Trump Job Somewhat Approve 45% (169) 38% (145) 10% (38) 6% (21) 1% (5) 378Trump Job Somewhat Disapprove 55% (151) 36% (98) 5% (15) 4% (11) — (0) 275Trump Job Strongly Disapprove 76% (715) 19% (182) 3% (24) 1% (11) 1% (10) 942Favorable of Trump 38% (324) 38% (326) 14% (122) 9% (76) 1% (8) 856Unfavorable of Trump 71% (857) 22% (269) 3% (42) 2% (23) 1% (14) 1205Very Favorable of Trump 32% (156) 38% (185) 18% (87) 12% (59) 1% (5) 492Somewhat Favorable of Trump 46% (168) 39% (141) 9% (34) 5% (18) 1% (3) 364Somewhat Unfavorable of Trump 53% (119) 34% (76) 8% (17) 5% (11) 1% (2) 224Very Unfavorable of Trump 75% (738) 20% (193) 3% (25) 1% (13) 1% (12) 981#1 Issue: Economy 49% (368) 34% (254) 9% (70) 6% (45) 1% (10) 747#1 Issue: Security 35% (90) 39% (99) 15% (37) 9% (22) 2% (5) 255#1 Issue: Health Care 72% (305) 23% (97) 3% (12) 1% (5) 1% (4) 425#1 Issue: Medicare / Social Security 62% (198) 30% (95) 5% (17) 2% (6) 1% (4) 320#1 Issue: Women’s Issues 59% (73) 16% (20) 9% (11) 7% (9) 8% (10) 123#1 Issue: Education 57% (63) 23% (26) 11% (13) 2% (2) 7% (8) 112#1 Issue: Energy 66% (55) 19% (16) 11% (9) — (0) 4% (3) 83#1 Issue: Other 64% (87) 21% (28) 2% (3) 9% (13) 3% (5) 1352018 House Vote: Democrat 77% (550) 19% (133) 2% (15) 1% (8) 1% (8) 7142018 House Vote: Republican 40% (252) 36% (230) 15% (95) 8% (52) 1% (3) 6332018 House Vote: Someone else 42% (24) 38% (22) 11% (6) 6% (3) 3% (2) 57

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Adults 56% (1240) 29% (636) 8% (172) 5% (102) 2% (50) 22002016 Vote: Hillary Clinton 78% (529) 20% (134) 2% (12) 1% (6) — (1) 6822016 Vote: Donald Trump 42% (289) 36% (250) 14% (99) 8% (54) — (3) 6962016 Vote: Other 47% (51) 40% (43) 7% (8) 4% (5) 2% (2) 1092016 Vote: Didn’t Vote 52% (370) 29% (209) 8% (54) 5% (37) 6% (44) 713Voted in 2014: Yes 59% (736) 29% (355) 8% (96) 4% (46) 1% (7) 1239Voted in 2014: No 52% (504) 29% (281) 8% (76) 6% (56) 4% (43) 9612012 Vote: Barack Obama 72% (598) 24% (195) 2% (20) 1% (9) — (4) 8262012 Vote: Mitt Romney 42% (196) 36% (171) 14% (68) 8% (36) — (1) 4712012 Vote: Other 30% (26) 40% (35) 16% (14) 12% (10) 2% (2) 872012 Vote: Didn’t Vote 51% (418) 29% (236) 9% (71) 6% (46) 5% (44) 8154-Region: Northeast 62% (244) 27% (106) 6% (24) 5% (18) — (1) 3944-Region: Midwest 52% (239) 31% (143) 10% (44) 5% (24) 3% (12) 4624-Region: South 56% (458) 30% (247) 7% (62) 5% (38) 2% (19) 8244-Region: West 58% (299) 27% (139) 8% (43) 4% (21) 3% (18) 520Sports fan 58% (806) 29% (403) 7% (104) 4% (59) 1% (18) 1391Traveled outside of U.S. in past year 1+ times 61% (221) 25% (91) 7% (26) 4% (15) 2% (8) 362Frequent Flyer 59% (127) 27% (59) 7% (16) 4% (8) 3% (7) 217Note: Row proportions may total to larger than one-hundred percent due to rounding. For more information visit MorningConsultIntelligence.com.

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Table CMS2_1: To what extent is the coronavirus a health risk in the following places?China

DemographicIt is a severehealth risk

It is a moderatehealth risk

It is a minorhealth risk

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Adults 50% (1110) 22% (492) 7% (146) 2% (43) 19% (408) 2200Gender: Male 51% (542) 23% (242) 7% (71) 2% (24) 17% (184) 1062Gender: Female 50% (568) 22% (250) 7% (75) 2% (20) 20% (225) 1138Age: 18-34 49% (322) 18% (120) 7% (49) 3% (21) 22% (144) 655Age: 35-44 44% (156) 25% (90) 7% (26) 3% (11) 21% (75) 358Age: 45-64 53% (394) 23% (169) 7% (52) 1% (8) 17% (128) 751Age: 65+ 55% (238) 26% (113) 4% (19) 1% (4) 14% (62) 436GenZers: 1997-2012 44% (114) 20% (51) 10% (25) 3% (8) 24% (61) 259Millennials: 1981-1996 49% (279) 20% (114) 7% (38) 3% (20) 20% (114) 565GenXers: 1965-1980 48% (259) 22% (120) 7% (40) 2% (9) 20% (108) 537Baby Boomers: 1946-1964 55% (409) 25% (186) 5% (40) 1% (5) 15% (109) 750PID: Dem (no lean) 54% (420) 23% (174) 7% (53) 1% (6) 16% (120) 773PID: Ind (no lean) 46% (343) 22% (161) 6% (46) 2% (18) 24% (178) 747PID: Rep (no lean) 51% (347) 23% (157) 7% (47) 3% (19) 16% (110) 680PID/Gender: DemMen 57% (189) 20% (68) 7% (24) 1% (3) 15% (50) 334PID/Gender: DemWomen 53% (231) 24% (106) 7% (29) 1% (3) 16% (70) 440PID/Gender: Ind Men 48% (168) 22% (76) 6% (20) 4% (13) 21% (76) 352PID/Gender: Ind Women 44% (175) 22% (85) 7% (26) 1% (6) 26% (103) 395PID/Gender: Rep Men 49% (185) 26% (98) 7% (28) 2% (8) 15% (58) 376PID/Gender: Rep Women 53% (162) 19% (59) 7% (20) 4% (11) 17% (52) 304Ideo: Liberal (1-3) 53% (314) 28% (163) 7% (42) 2% (10) 10% (59) 588Ideo: Moderate (4) 53% (330) 24% (147) 7% (43) 1% (4) 16% (101) 624Ideo: Conservative (5-7) 51% (361) 23% (162) 7% (48) 4% (29) 16% (113) 713Educ: < College 51% (766) 19% (295) 6% (84) 2% (31) 22% (336) 1512Educ: Bachelors degree 50% (222) 27% (121) 10% (43) 2% (10) 11% (48) 444Educ: Post-grad 50% (122) 31% (76) 8% (19) 1% (2) 10% (24) 244Income: Under 50k 50% (618) 19% (230) 7% (84) 2% (31) 22% (267) 1229Income: 50k-100k 52% (336) 25% (161) 6% (39) 1% (7) 15% (97) 641Income: 100k+ 47% (156) 31% (101) 7% (23) 2% (6) 13% (44) 330Ethnicity: White 50% (868) 23% (400) 6% (102) 2% (33) 19% (319) 1722

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Table CMS2_1: To what extent is the coronavirus a health risk in the following places?China

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Adults 50% (1110) 22% (492) 7% (146) 2% (43) 19% (408) 2200Ethnicity: Hispanic 57% (200) 16% (56) 6% (23) 3% (11) 17% (59) 349Ethnicity: Black 52% (143) 19% (53) 7% (20) 2% (5) 20% (54) 274Ethnicity: Other 49% (100) 19% (39) 12% (24) 3% (5) 18% (36) 204All Christian 53% (511) 24% (231) 6% (61) 1% (13) 16% (152) 967All Non-Christian 52% (59) 24% (28) 9% (11) 3% (3) 11% (12) 113Atheist 51% (65) 30% (39) 12% (15) — (0) 8% (10) 129Agnostic/Nothing in particular 48% (287) 19% (113) 6% (35) 2% (12) 25% (148) 596Something Else 48% (188) 21% (81) 6% (24) 4% (15) 22% (87) 395Religious Non-Protestant/Catholic 54% (69) 22% (29) 10% (13) 3% (3) 11% (15) 129Evangelical 52% (309) 23% (134) 5% (29) 3% (16) 17% (102) 591Non-Evangelical 50% (373) 23% (174) 7% (53) 2% (12) 17% (128) 739Community: Urban 53% (298) 21% (117) 5% (31) 3% (15) 18% (104) 564Community: Suburban 47% (467) 27% (267) 8% (77) 2% (18) 17% (174) 1003Community: Rural 55% (345) 17% (108) 6% (38) 2% (10) 21% (131) 633Employ: Private Sector 48% (310) 26% (171) 9% (58) 2% (15) 14% (92) 645Employ: Government 50% (70) 25% (35) 6% (9) 1% (1) 18% (25) 141Employ: Self-Employed 46% (83) 23% (42) 7% (13) 5% (9) 18% (33) 179Employ: Homemaker 51% (82) 17% (27) 4% (7) 2% (3) 26% (43) 162Employ: Retired 55% (282) 23% (120) 4% (23) 1% (6) 16% (85) 515Employ: Unemployed 56% (178) 19% (61) 4% (12) 2% (5) 20% (62) 316Employ: Other 49% (64) 7% (9) 8% (11) 3% (4) 34% (44) 132Military HH: Yes 50% (174) 26% (90) 5% (17) 3% (10) 16% (54) 344Military HH: No 50% (936) 22% (402) 7% (129) 2% (34) 19% (354) 1856RD/WT: Right Direction 48% (276) 21% (122) 6% (33) 4% (21) 22% (127) 578RD/WT: Wrong Track 51% (834) 23% (370) 7% (114) 1% (22) 17% (282) 1622Trump Job Approve 49% (420) 22% (186) 6% (53) 4% (31) 19% (167) 856Trump Job Disapprove 54% (655) 24% (296) 7% (88) 1% (12) 14% (166) 1218

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Table CMS2_1: To what extent is the coronavirus a health risk in the following places?China

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Adults 50% (1110) 22% (492) 7% (146) 2% (43) 19% (408) 2200Trump Job Strongly Approve 50% (239) 21% (101) 7% (32) 5% (23) 17% (83) 478Trump Job Somewhat Approve 48% (181) 22% (84) 5% (21) 2% (8) 22% (84) 378Trump Job Somewhat Disapprove 43% (120) 27% (74) 7% (21) 2% (5) 21% (57) 275Trump Job Strongly Disapprove 57% (535) 24% (223) 7% (68) 1% (7) 12% (110) 942Favorable of Trump 49% (421) 22% (190) 6% (53) 3% (27) 19% (165) 856Unfavorable of Trump 54% (648) 24% (291) 7% (89) 1% (12) 14% (165) 1205Very Favorable of Trump 51% (252) 20% (98) 6% (29) 4% (20) 19% (93) 492Somewhat Favorable of Trump 46% (169) 25% (92) 7% (24) 2% (7) 20% (72) 364Somewhat Unfavorable of Trump 45% (101) 27% (60) 6% (13) 3% (7) 19% (43) 224Very Unfavorable of Trump 56% (546) 24% (231) 8% (76) 1% (5) 12% (122) 981#1 Issue: Economy 50% (372) 23% (173) 8% (61) 1% (11) 17% (131) 747#1 Issue: Security 48% (122) 22% (56) 7% (17) 7% (17) 17% (43) 255#1 Issue: Health Care 53% (223) 25% (106) 5% (20) 1% (3) 17% (72) 425#1 Issue: Medicare / Social Security 55% (177) 22% (71) 4% (13) — (0) 18% (59) 320#1 Issue: Women’s Issues 44% (55) 15% (18) 9% (11) 2% (2) 30% (37) 123#1 Issue: Education 46% (51) 13% (14) 11% (12) 2% (2) 29% (32) 112#1 Issue: Energy 47% (39) 33% (27) 5% (4) 5% (4) 10% (8) 83#1 Issue: Other 53% (71) 19% (26) 7% (9) 3% (3) 19% (26) 1352018 House Vote: Democrat 57% (404) 24% (175) 6% (46) 1% (7) 12% (82) 7142018 House Vote: Republican 47% (300) 26% (162) 7% (47) 3% (20) 16% (104) 6332018 House Vote: Someone else 45% (26) 21% (12) 9% (5) 1% (1) 24% (14) 572016 Vote: Hillary Clinton 56% (382) 24% (164) 7% (49) 1% (9) 11% (78) 6822016 Vote: Donald Trump 49% (339) 24% (169) 7% (51) 3% (23) 16% (114) 6962016 Vote: Other 46% (50) 29% (32) 8% (9) 2% (2) 15% (16) 1092016 Vote: Didn’t Vote 48% (339) 18% (128) 5% (37) 1% (9) 28% (200) 713Voted in 2014: Yes 53% (661) 25% (312) 7% (84) 1% (15) 13% (167) 1239Voted in 2014: No 47% (449) 19% (180) 6% (62) 3% (29) 25% (241) 961

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Table CMS2_1: To what extent is the coronavirus a health risk in the following places?China

DemographicIt is a severehealth risk

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Adults 50% (1110) 22% (492) 7% (146) 2% (43) 19% (408) 22002012 Vote: Barack Obama 56% (464) 24% (201) 6% (52) 1% (5) 13% (104) 8262012 Vote: Mitt Romney 50% (235) 25% (119) 7% (31) 3% (13) 15% (72) 4712012 Vote: Other 46% (40) 28% (25) 6% (5) — (0) 19% (17) 872012 Vote: Didn’t Vote 45% (370) 18% (147) 7% (58) 3% (26) 26% (215) 8154-Region: Northeast 51% (202) 25% (97) 6% (25) 3% (11) 15% (57) 3944-Region: Midwest 51% (234) 21% (95) 7% (32) 2% (9) 20% (94) 4624-Region: South 51% (421) 20% (167) 7% (54) 3% (21) 20% (161) 8244-Region: West 49% (253) 26% (133) 7% (36) — (3) 18% (96) 520Sports fan 53% (734) 24% (333) 7% (102) 2% (25) 14% (197) 1391Traveled outside of U.S. in past year 1+ times 44% (160) 26% (95) 9% (34) 3% (10) 17% (62) 362Frequent Flyer 43% (92) 31% (67) 8% (17) 4% (8) 15% (32) 217Note: Row proportions may total to larger than one-hundred percent due to rounding. For more information visit MorningConsultIntelligence.com.

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Table CMS2_2: To what extent is the coronavirus a health risk in the following places?Asia

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Adults 43% (941) 25% (543) 7% (148) 2% (44) 24% (525) 2200Gender: Male 45% (482) 27% (283) 7% (77) 2% (22) 19% (198) 1062Gender: Female 40% (459) 23% (260) 6% (70) 2% (22) 29% (327) 1138Age: 18-34 40% (260) 20% (128) 8% (54) 4% (26) 29% (187) 655Age: 35-44 37% (131) 26% (94) 8% (28) 2% (8) 27% (97) 358Age: 45-64 44% (331) 27% (201) 6% (47) 1% (8) 22% (164) 751Age: 65+ 50% (218) 27% (120) 4% (18) 1% (3) 18% (77) 436GenZers: 1997-2012 37% (95) 19% (49) 8% (22) 3% (7) 34% (87) 259Millennials: 1981-1996 41% (229) 21% (121) 9% (50) 4% (24) 25% (141) 565GenXers: 1965-1980 41% (219) 25% (134) 7% (39) 1% (7) 26% (137) 537Baby Boomers: 1946-1964 47% (355) 29% (215) 4% (32) 1% (6) 19% (142) 750PID: Dem (no lean) 50% (385) 25% (190) 6% (48) 1% (6) 19% (143) 773PID: Ind (no lean) 37% (277) 22% (161) 7% (54) 2% (18) 32% (236) 747PID: Rep (no lean) 41% (278) 28% (191) 7% (46) 3% (20) 21% (145) 680PID/Gender: DemMen 53% (176) 24% (79) 7% (23) — (1) 16% (55) 334PID/Gender: DemWomen 48% (210) 25% (111) 6% (25) 1% (5) 20% (88) 440PID/Gender: Ind Men 40% (140) 25% (89) 9% (31) 3% (12) 23% (81) 352PID/Gender: Ind Women 35% (138) 18% (72) 6% (23) 2% (7) 39% (156) 395PID/Gender: Rep Men 44% (167) 30% (114) 6% (24) 2% (9) 16% (62) 376PID/Gender: Rep Women 37% (111) 25% (77) 7% (22) 4% (11) 27% (83) 304Ideo: Liberal (1-3) 50% (293) 28% (164) 7% (42) 1% (5) 14% (84) 588Ideo: Moderate (4) 43% (266) 28% (175) 6% (40) 1% (7) 22% (136) 624Ideo: Conservative (5-7) 42% (302) 26% (183) 7% (49) 4% (32) 21% (148) 713Educ: < College 41% (620) 22% (334) 6% (85) 2% (37) 29% (436) 1512Educ: Bachelors degree 45% (198) 31% (136) 10% (46) 1% (6) 13% (59) 444Educ: Post-grad 50% (123) 30% (73) 7% (17) — (1) 12% (30) 244Income: Under 50k 40% (493) 22% (270) 6% (72) 3% (36) 29% (358) 1229Income: 50k-100k 47% (300) 26% (167) 8% (51) 1% (6) 18% (117) 641Income: 100k+ 45% (147) 32% (106) 7% (24) 1% (3) 15% (50) 330Ethnicity: White 42% (729) 26% (452) 6% (102) 2% (30) 24% (409) 1722

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Table CMS2_2: To what extent is the coronavirus a health risk in the following places?Asia

DemographicIt is a severehealth risk

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Adults 43% (941) 25% (543) 7% (148) 2% (44) 24% (525) 2200Ethnicity: Hispanic 50% (175) 15% (51) 6% (23) 5% (18) 24% (83) 349Ethnicity: Black 42% (114) 20% (55) 11% (30) 3% (7) 25% (68) 274Ethnicity: Other 48% (97) 17% (36) 8% (16) 3% (7) 24% (48) 204All Christian 44% (429) 27% (265) 7% (63) 2% (15) 20% (195) 967All Non-Christian 52% (59) 26% (30) 5% (6) 3% (3) 13% (15) 113Atheist 49% (63) 24% (31) 11% (15) — (1) 16% (20) 129Agnostic/Nothing in particular 39% (232) 23% (139) 6% (34) 2% (11) 30% (180) 596Something Else 40% (159) 20% (77) 8% (30) 4% (14) 29% (115) 395Religious Non-Protestant/Catholic 51% (66) 28% (36) 7% (8) 2% (3) 12% (16) 129Evangelical 42% (251) 24% (139) 7% (41) 4% (23) 23% (137) 591Non-Evangelical 44% (326) 26% (192) 7% (49) 1% (6) 22% (165) 739Community: Urban 45% (256) 22% (122) 6% (32) 3% (16) 24% (138) 564Community: Suburban 41% (411) 28% (283) 8% (78) 1% (12) 22% (219) 1003Community: Rural 43% (274) 22% (138) 6% (37) 3% (16) 27% (168) 633Employ: Private Sector 45% (289) 28% (180) 8% (49) 2% (13) 18% (114) 645Employ: Government 43% (61) 25% (36) 12% (17) — (0) 20% (28) 141Employ: Self-Employed 37% (66) 27% (49) 9% (15) 6% (11) 21% (38) 179Employ: Homemaker 38% (61) 22% (36) 6% (9) 2% (3) 32% (52) 162Employ: Retired 47% (240) 26% (134) 5% (25) 1% (5) 21% (110) 515Employ: Unemployed 44% (140) 21% (68) 5% (16) 3% (11) 26% (82) 316Employ: Other 35% (47) 11% (14) 5% (6) — (0) 49% (64) 132Military HH: Yes 45% (156) 27% (93) 7% (23) 2% (7) 19% (66) 344Military HH: No 42% (785) 24% (450) 7% (125) 2% (37) 25% (459) 1856RD/WT: Right Direction 38% (217) 27% (154) 7% (42) 4% (21) 25% (144) 578RD/WT: Wrong Track 45% (724) 24% (389) 7% (106) 1% (23) 23% (380) 1622Trump Job Approve 40% (340) 25% (218) 7% (57) 3% (24) 25% (218) 856Trump Job Disapprove 47% (576) 26% (318) 7% (87) 2% (20) 18% (216) 1218

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Table CMS2_2: To what extent is the coronavirus a health risk in the following places?Asia

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Adults 43% (941) 25% (543) 7% (148) 2% (44) 24% (525) 2200Trump Job Strongly Approve 38% (181) 26% (126) 7% (34) 4% (17) 25% (120) 478Trump Job Somewhat Approve 42% (158) 24% (92) 6% (23) 2% (7) 26% (98) 378Trump Job Somewhat Disapprove 37% (102) 29% (80) 9% (25) 4% (11) 20% (56) 275Trump Job Strongly Disapprove 50% (474) 25% (239) 7% (62) 1% (9) 17% (160) 942Favorable of Trump 39% (335) 27% (231) 7% (56) 2% (20) 25% (214) 856Unfavorable of Trump 48% (576) 25% (301) 7% (88) 1% (12) 19% (228) 1205Very Favorable of Trump 39% (190) 26% (129) 6% (29) 3% (17) 26% (127) 492Somewhat Favorable of Trump 40% (145) 28% (103) 7% (27) 1% (3) 24% (86) 364Somewhat Unfavorable of Trump 44% (98) 26% (57) 8% (17) 2% (4) 21% (47) 224Very Unfavorable of Trump 49% (478) 25% (244) 7% (71) 1% (8) 18% (181) 981#1 Issue: Economy 42% (317) 25% (190) 8% (63) 1% (8) 23% (169) 747#1 Issue: Security 36% (92) 28% (71) 7% (18) 5% (12) 24% (61) 255#1 Issue: Health Care 47% (202) 25% (108) 6% (24) 3% (13) 18% (78) 425#1 Issue: Medicare / Social Security 44% (139) 27% (87) 3% (9) — (1) 26% (83) 320#1 Issue: Women’s Issues 34% (42) 20% (25) 7% (8) 3% (3) 37% (45) 123#1 Issue: Education 39% (44) 12% (14) 8% (9) 4% (4) 37% (41) 112#1 Issue: Energy 46% (38) 30% (25) 9% (7) — (0) 16% (13) 83#1 Issue: Other 51% (68) 16% (22) 6% (9) 1% (2) 25% (34) 1352018 House Vote: Democrat 52% (372) 26% (186) 7% (51) 1% (7) 14% (99) 7142018 House Vote: Republican 41% (260) 29% (183) 7% (42) 4% (23) 20% (124) 6332018 House Vote: Someone else 39% (22) 28% (16) 7% (4) — (0) 26% (15) 572016 Vote: Hillary Clinton 51% (346) 26% (180) 8% (52) 1% (10) 14% (94) 6822016 Vote: Donald Trump 42% (290) 28% (194) 7% (52) 3% (18) 20% (142) 6962016 Vote: Other 41% (45) 26% (28) 8% (9) 1% (1) 23% (25) 1092016 Vote: Didn’t Vote 36% (260) 20% (140) 5% (35) 2% (15) 37% (264) 713Voted in 2014: Yes 48% (592) 28% (353) 6% (77) 1% (12) 17% (205) 1239Voted in 2014: No 36% (349) 20% (190) 7% (71) 3% (32) 33% (320) 961

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Table CMS2_2: To what extent is the coronavirus a health risk in the following places?Asia

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Adults 43% (941) 25% (543) 7% (148) 2% (44) 24% (525) 22002012 Vote: Barack Obama 51% (420) 27% (223) 6% (52) — (4) 15% (127) 8262012 Vote: Mitt Romney 40% (189) 29% (137) 8% (37) 2% (10) 21% (99) 4712012 Vote: Other 40% (34) 30% (26) 2% (2) 2% (1) 27% (23) 872012 Vote: Didn’t Vote 36% (297) 19% (156) 7% (57) 4% (29) 34% (276) 8154-Region: Northeast 46% (181) 25% (98) 6% (26) 2% (7) 21% (82) 3944-Region: Midwest 41% (187) 24% (112) 6% (30) 1% (5) 28% (128) 4624-Region: South 42% (346) 22% (183) 7% (57) 3% (21) 26% (217) 8244-Region: West 44% (226) 29% (149) 7% (35) 2% (11) 19% (98) 520Sports fan 46% (638) 27% (372) 8% (108) 1% (16) 18% (256) 1391Traveled outside of U.S. in past year 1+ times 38% (138) 29% (107) 9% (34) 5% (18) 18% (66) 362Frequent Flyer 41% (88) 31% (68) 9% (20) 4% (8) 15% (33) 217Note: Row proportions may total to larger than one-hundred percent due to rounding. For more information visit MorningConsultIntelligence.com.

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Table CMS2_3: To what extent is the coronavirus a health risk in the following places?Europe

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Adults 39% (856) 29% (640) 8% (185) 2% (52) 21% (467) 2200Gender: Male 39% (417) 31% (334) 9% (92) 3% (30) 18% (189) 1062Gender: Female 39% (440) 27% (306) 8% (93) 2% (22) 24% (278) 1138Age: 18-34 37% (243) 22% (147) 11% (72) 4% (26) 26% (167) 655Age: 35-44 32% (114) 30% (109) 8% (29) 3% (10) 27% (95) 358Age: 45-64 40% (302) 30% (224) 9% (70) 1% (11) 19% (144) 751Age: 65+ 45% (197) 37% (160) 3% (14) 1% (5) 14% (60) 436GenZers: 1997-2012 36% (93) 21% (55) 11% (30) 3% (7) 29% (74) 259Millennials: 1981-1996 35% (199) 25% (144) 11% (60) 5% (26) 24% (137) 565GenXers: 1965-1980 36% (194) 31% (165) 9% (47) 2% (10) 23% (121) 537Baby Boomers: 1946-1964 44% (332) 32% (242) 6% (47) 1% (6) 16% (122) 750PID: Dem (no lean) 47% (367) 28% (214) 7% (54) 1% (5) 17% (133) 773PID: Ind (no lean) 38% (283) 23% (169) 9% (65) 3% (24) 28% (206) 747PID: Rep (no lean) 30% (207) 38% (257) 10% (66) 3% (22) 19% (127) 680PID/Gender: DemMen 49% (162) 29% (95) 6% (22) 1% (4) 15% (50) 334PID/Gender: DemWomen 47% (205) 27% (119) 7% (32) — (1) 19% (83) 440PID/Gender: Ind Men 39% (137) 25% (90) 9% (32) 5% (16) 22% (78) 352PID/Gender: Ind Women 37% (146) 20% (79) 8% (33) 2% (8) 32% (128) 395PID/Gender: Rep Men 31% (118) 40% (149) 10% (39) 3% (10) 16% (60) 376PID/Gender: Rep Women 29% (89) 36% (108) 9% (27) 4% (12) 22% (67) 304Ideo: Liberal (1-3) 48% (280) 32% (188) 9% (51) 1% (4) 11% (66) 588Ideo: Moderate (4) 40% (250) 31% (193) 6% (37) 2% (9) 22% (135) 624Ideo: Conservative (5-7) 33% (236) 33% (235) 12% (82) 5% (32) 18% (127) 713Educ: < College 38% (576) 25% (383) 7% (113) 3% (39) 26% (400) 1512Educ: Bachelors degree 41% (181) 36% (161) 11% (49) 2% (9) 10% (44) 444Educ: Post-grad 41% (99) 39% (96) 9% (23) 1% (4) 9% (23) 244Income: Under 50k 38% (467) 25% (305) 8% (96) 3% (36) 27% (327) 1229Income: 50k-100k 42% (270) 33% (209) 9% (57) 1% (9) 15% (95) 641Income: 100k+ 36% (119) 38% (127) 10% (32) 2% (7) 14% (45) 330Ethnicity: White 38% (651) 31% (535) 8% (143) 2% (38) 21% (354) 1722

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Table CMS2_3: To what extent is the coronavirus a health risk in the following places?Europe

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Adults 39% (856) 29% (640) 8% (185) 2% (52) 21% (467) 2200Ethnicity: Hispanic 46% (159) 21% (74) 12% (43) 3% (11) 18% (62) 349Ethnicity: Black 44% (119) 20% (55) 8% (22) 4% (10) 25% (68) 274Ethnicity: Other 42% (85) 24% (50) 10% (20) 2% (4) 22% (45) 204All Christian 39% (379) 34% (325) 9% (85) 2% (16) 17% (162) 967All Non-Christian 43% (48) 35% (39) 7% (8) 4% (4) 12% (14) 113Atheist 41% (53) 32% (41) 15% (19) — (0) 12% (16) 129Agnostic/Nothing in particular 38% (224) 25% (149) 8% (45) 2% (14) 28% (164) 596Something Else 38% (152) 22% (86) 7% (28) 5% (18) 28% (111) 395Religious Non-Protestant/Catholic 39% (51) 37% (48) 8% (10) 4% (5) 12% (16) 129Evangelical 37% (219) 30% (180) 8% (48) 3% (19) 21% (125) 591Non-Evangelical 41% (304) 29% (217) 9% (63) 2% (14) 19% (140) 739Community: Urban 42% (236) 27% (151) 8% (45) 3% (18) 20% (115) 564Community: Suburban 35% (353) 35% (348) 10% (96) 2% (17) 19% (189) 1003Community: Rural 42% (268) 22% (142) 7% (44) 3% (17) 26% (162) 633Employ: Private Sector 38% (245) 34% (222) 9% (60) 4% (23) 15% (95) 645Employ: Government 38% (53) 31% (44) 10% (15) 2% (3) 19% (27) 141Employ: Self-Employed 36% (65) 25% (45) 16% (28) 4% (7) 19% (34) 179Employ: Homemaker 34% (54) 23% (37) 7% (11) 3% (5) 34% (55) 162Employ: Retired 42% (216) 34% (175) 5% (25) 1% (6) 18% (93) 515Employ: Unemployed 44% (140) 23% (73) 5% (17) 3% (9) 24% (77) 316Employ: Other 36% (47) 15% (20) 7% (10) — (0) 42% (55) 132Military HH: Yes 38% (130) 33% (114) 9% (30) 3% (11) 17% (60) 344Military HH: No 39% (726) 28% (526) 8% (155) 2% (41) 22% (407) 1856RD/WT: Right Direction 27% (154) 36% (210) 9% (50) 5% (28) 24% (137) 578RD/WT: Wrong Track 43% (703) 27% (430) 8% (135) 1% (24) 20% (330) 1622Trump Job Approve 30% (257) 34% (289) 10% (86) 4% (38) 22% (186) 856Trump Job Disapprove 47% (569) 28% (342) 8% (95) 1% (11) 16% (201) 1218

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Table CMS2_3: To what extent is the coronavirus a health risk in the following places?Europe

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Adults 39% (856) 29% (640) 8% (185) 2% (52) 21% (467) 2200Trump Job Strongly Approve 28% (135) 35% (166) 11% (52) 7% (31) 20% (94) 478Trump Job Somewhat Approve 32% (122) 32% (123) 9% (34) 2% (7) 24% (92) 378Trump Job Somewhat Disapprove 36% (100) 32% (87) 8% (23) 2% (4) 22% (61) 275Trump Job Strongly Disapprove 50% (469) 27% (255) 8% (72) 1% (6) 15% (139) 942Favorable of Trump 30% (253) 34% (295) 11% (94) 4% (32) 21% (183) 856Unfavorable of Trump 47% (568) 28% (336) 7% (87) 1% (12) 17% (202) 1205Very Favorable of Trump 28% (136) 35% (172) 11% (55) 6% (28) 21% (101) 492Somewhat Favorable of Trump 32% (117) 34% (123) 11% (39) 1% (4) 23% (82) 364Somewhat Unfavorable of Trump 38% (86) 30% (68) 7% (15) 2% (5) 22% (50) 224Very Unfavorable of Trump 49% (481) 27% (269) 7% (73) 1% (6) 15% (152) 981#1 Issue: Economy 37% (279) 31% (229) 10% (74) 3% (19) 20% (147) 747#1 Issue: Security 30% (75) 35% (89) 9% (23) 7% (17) 19% (49) 255#1 Issue: Health Care 47% (200) 26% (110) 6% (27) 1% (3) 20% (84) 425#1 Issue: Medicare / Social Security 40% (129) 31% (101) 3% (10) 1% (3) 24% (77) 320#1 Issue: Women’s Issues 28% (35) 25% (31) 12% (14) 1% (2) 34% (42) 123#1 Issue: Education 36% (40) 20% (23) 10% (11) 3% (3) 31% (35) 112#1 Issue: Energy 42% (35) 33% (27) 13% (11) 2% (1) 10% (9) 83#1 Issue: Other 47% (63) 23% (30) 11% (14) 2% (3) 18% (25) 1352018 House Vote: Democrat 50% (355) 30% (214) 7% (53) 1% (5) 12% (88) 7142018 House Vote: Republican 30% (190) 38% (241) 10% (64) 4% (25) 18% (113) 6332018 House Vote: Someone else 45% (25) 21% (12) 9% (5) — (0) 25% (14) 572016 Vote: Hillary Clinton 51% (349) 27% (187) 7% (50) 2% (12) 12% (84) 6822016 Vote: Donald Trump 31% (214) 38% (262) 10% (73) 4% (25) 18% (122) 6962016 Vote: Other 37% (40) 31% (33) 13% (14) 1% (1) 19% (20) 1092016 Vote: Didn’t Vote 35% (253) 22% (159) 7% (47) 2% (14) 34% (240) 713Voted in 2014: Yes 42% (517) 34% (423) 8% (97) 2% (21) 15% (181) 1239Voted in 2014: No 35% (340) 23% (217) 9% (88) 3% (31) 30% (285) 961

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Table CMS2_3: To what extent is the coronavirus a health risk in the following places?Europe

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Adults 39% (856) 29% (640) 8% (185) 2% (52) 21% (467) 22002012 Vote: Barack Obama 48% (396) 31% (253) 6% (52) 1% (9) 14% (115) 8262012 Vote: Mitt Romney 31% (148) 38% (181) 11% (50) 3% (16) 16% (76) 4712012 Vote: Other 36% (31) 31% (27) 6% (6) 1% (1) 25% (22) 872012 Vote: Didn’t Vote 34% (280) 22% (178) 9% (77) 3% (26) 31% (254) 8154-Region: Northeast 42% (163) 33% (129) 8% (33) 2% (8) 15% (60) 3944-Region: Midwest 36% (164) 28% (131) 8% (36) 3% (12) 26% (118) 4624-Region: South 38% (315) 27% (220) 8% (65) 3% (27) 24% (197) 8244-Region: West 41% (214) 31% (160) 10% (51) 1% (5) 18% (91) 520Sports fan 42% (584) 31% (430) 9% (121) 2% (27) 16% (229) 1391Traveled outside of U.S. in past year 1+ times 33% (119) 34% (125) 12% (44) 4% (13) 17% (61) 362Frequent Flyer 30% (65) 37% (79) 13% (28) 6% (13) 15% (32) 217Note: Row proportions may total to larger than one-hundred percent due to rounding. For more information visit MorningConsultIntelligence.com.

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Table CMS2_4: To what extent is the coronavirus a health risk in the following places?United States

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Adults 61% (1338) 23% (516) 7% (155) 3% (55) 6% (136) 2200Gender: Male 57% (602) 25% (270) 9% (91) 3% (30) 6% (68) 1062Gender: Female 65% (735) 22% (246) 6% (64) 2% (26) 6% (67) 1138Age: 18-34 65% (426) 15% (101) 5% (34) 3% (20) 11% (74) 655Age: 35-44 53% (190) 29% (105) 8% (30) 3% (12) 6% (20) 358Age: 45-64 59% (443) 25% (187) 9% (65) 2% (19) 5% (38) 751Age: 65+ 64% (279) 28% (123) 6% (26) 1% (4) 1% (4) 436GenZers: 1997-2012 68% (176) 16% (40) 3% (9) 1% (2) 12% (32) 259Millennials: 1981-1996 60% (338) 20% (111) 7% (41) 5% (27) 9% (49) 565GenXers: 1965-1980 54% (290) 28% (148) 10% (52) 2% (13) 6% (34) 537Baby Boomers: 1946-1964 64% (483) 25% (185) 7% (51) 1% (10) 3% (20) 750PID: Dem (no lean) 79% (613) 15% (115) 1% (9) 1% (9) 3% (26) 773PID: Ind (no lean) 57% (425) 24% (181) 7% (52) 3% (21) 9% (67) 747PID: Rep (no lean) 44% (299) 32% (221) 14% (93) 4% (25) 6% (42) 680PID/Gender: DemMen 73% (244) 17% (57) 2% (6) 2% (7) 6% (19) 334PID/Gender: DemWomen 84% (369) 13% (58) 1% (3) 1% (2) 2% (7) 440PID/Gender: Ind Men 57% (200) 24% (84) 8% (29) 4% (13) 7% (26) 352PID/Gender: Ind Women 57% (225) 25% (97) 6% (24) 2% (8) 10% (41) 395PID/Gender: Rep Men 42% (158) 34% (129) 15% (56) 3% (10) 6% (23) 376PID/Gender: Rep Women 46% (141) 30% (92) 12% (37) 5% (15) 6% (19) 304Ideo: Liberal (1-3) 82% (482) 14% (83) 2% (11) 1% (5) 1% (8) 588Ideo: Moderate (4) 62% (385) 27% (169) 4% (25) 1% (9) 6% (36) 624Ideo: Conservative (5-7) 44% (317) 31% (222) 15% (107) 5% (36) 4% (30) 713Educ: < College 60% (914) 22% (333) 7% (105) 3% (40) 8% (120) 1512Educ: Bachelors degree 59% (263) 28% (123) 8% (36) 3% (12) 2% (10) 444Educ: Post-grad 66% (161) 25% (60) 6% (14) 2% (4) 3% (6) 244Income: Under 50k 62% (761) 21% (262) 6% (77) 3% (35) 8% (95) 1229Income: 50k-100k 60% (382) 26% (166) 8% (49) 2% (15) 5% (29) 641Income: 100k+ 59% (195) 27% (88) 9% (29) 2% (6) 3% (11) 330Ethnicity: White 57% (977) 27% (461) 8% (135) 2% (43) 6% (106) 1722

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Table CMS2_4: To what extent is the coronavirus a health risk in the following places?United States

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Adults 61% (1338) 23% (516) 7% (155) 3% (55) 6% (136) 2200Ethnicity: Hispanic 67% (235) 17% (59) 3% (10) 4% (14) 9% (31) 349Ethnicity: Black 77% (210) 12% (32) 4% (12) 2% (6) 5% (14) 274Ethnicity: Other 74% (150) 11% (23) 4% (8) 3% (7) 8% (16) 204All Christian 56% (543) 30% (286) 8% (75) 2% (22) 4% (40) 967All Non-Christian 72% (81) 17% (19) 6% (7) — (0) 5% (6) 113Atheist 76% (98) 16% (21) 4% (5) 4% (5) — (0) 129Agnostic/Nothing in particular 63% (378) 19% (111) 6% (33) 1% (9) 11% (65) 596Something Else 60% (237) 20% (79) 9% (34) 5% (19) 6% (25) 395Religious Non-Protestant/Catholic 66% (85) 22% (29) 7% (9) — (0) 5% (6) 129Evangelical 53% (314) 26% (152) 11% (65) 5% (28) 5% (31) 591Non-Evangelical 61% (452) 27% (199) 6% (42) 2% (13) 4% (33) 739Community: Urban 68% (385) 18% (101) 5% (30) 3% (16) 6% (33) 564Community: Suburban 60% (606) 26% (257) 7% (73) 2% (19) 5% (49) 1003Community: Rural 55% (347) 25% (159) 8% (52) 3% (20) 9% (54) 633Employ: Private Sector 56% (364) 26% (170) 9% (59) 4% (23) 4% (29) 645Employ: Government 60% (85) 22% (31) 10% (14) 2% (3) 6% (9) 141Employ: Self-Employed 61% (108) 21% (37) 8% (14) 5% (9) 6% (10) 179Employ: Homemaker 53% (86) 23% (37) 9% (14) 4% (6) 11% (18) 162Employ: Retired 62% (320) 27% (140) 6% (32) 2% (12) 2% (11) 515Employ: Unemployed 70% (223) 17% (55) 3% (10) 1% (3) 8% (25) 316Employ: Other 54% (71) 22% (30) 7% (9) — (0) 17% (22) 132Military HH: Yes 57% (197) 27% (93) 10% (36) 3% (11) 2% (8) 344Military HH: No 61% (1141) 23% (424) 6% (119) 2% (45) 7% (127) 1856RD/WT: Right Direction 37% (214) 37% (214) 13% (76) 5% (30) 8% (45) 578RD/WT: Wrong Track 69% (1124) 19% (302) 5% (79) 2% (26) 6% (91) 1622Trump Job Approve 41% (355) 35% (300) 14% (121) 4% (38) 5% (43) 856Trump Job Disapprove 77% (937) 16% (191) 3% (32) 1% (17) 3% (41) 1218

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Table CMS2_4: To what extent is the coronavirus a health risk in the following places?United States

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Adults 61% (1338) 23% (516) 7% (155) 3% (55) 6% (136) 2200Trump Job Strongly Approve 34% (164) 37% (176) 18% (84) 7% (33) 4% (20) 478Trump Job Somewhat Approve 50% (190) 33% (124) 10% (37) 1% (5) 6% (23) 378Trump Job Somewhat Disapprove 60% (164) 24% (67) 8% (21) 2% (6) 6% (17) 275Trump Job Strongly Disapprove 82% (773) 13% (124) 1% (11) 1% (10) 3% (24) 942Favorable of Trump 42% (361) 34% (295) 14% (121) 5% (39) 5% (40) 856Unfavorable of Trump 77% (926) 17% (199) 2% (26) 1% (14) 3% (39) 1205Very Favorable of Trump 35% (172) 37% (180) 17% (83) 7% (32) 5% (24) 492Somewhat Favorable of Trump 52% (189) 31% (115) 10% (38) 2% (7) 4% (16) 364Somewhat Unfavorable of Trump 60% (133) 31% (69) 5% (12) 2% (5) 2% (5) 224Very Unfavorable of Trump 81% (793) 13% (130) 1% (15) 1% (9) 3% (33) 981#1 Issue: Economy 56% (421) 26% (195) 9% (66) 2% (17) 6% (47) 747#1 Issue: Security 39% (98) 37% (94) 16% (41) 7% (17) 2% (5) 255#1 Issue: Health Care 74% (314) 15% (66) 2% (10) 1% (4) 7% (31) 425#1 Issue: Medicare / Social Security 64% (204) 27% (87) 4% (13) 1% (2) 4% (14) 320#1 Issue: Women’s Issues 66% (82) 15% (19) 5% (6) 1% (2) 12% (15) 123#1 Issue: Education 54% (60) 25% (28) 9% (10) 2% (3) 10% (11) 112#1 Issue: Energy 68% (56) 19% (16) 3% (3) 6% (5) 4% (3) 83#1 Issue: Other 75% (101) 10% (13) 4% (6) 4% (5) 7% (10) 1352018 House Vote: Democrat 77% (549) 18% (132) 1% (9) 2% (11) 2% (13) 7142018 House Vote: Republican 41% (258) 36% (227) 14% (89) 5% (30) 4% (28) 6332018 House Vote: Someone else 58% (33) 20% (11) 10% (5) 2% (1) 10% (6) 572016 Vote: Hillary Clinton 78% (533) 18% (122) 1% (9) 1% (7) 2% (11) 6822016 Vote: Donald Trump 44% (306) 34% (237) 14% (100) 5% (31) 3% (21) 6962016 Vote: Other 57% (62) 29% (31) 7% (8) — (0) 7% (8) 1092016 Vote: Didn’t Vote 61% (436) 18% (127) 5% (38) 2% (17) 13% (95) 713Voted in 2014: Yes 61% (757) 27% (337) 7% (83) 2% (27) 3% (34) 1239Voted in 2014: No 60% (580) 19% (179) 7% (72) 3% (28) 11% (102) 961

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Table CMS2_4: To what extent is the coronavirus a health risk in the following places?United States

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Adults 61% (1338) 23% (516) 7% (155) 3% (55) 6% (136) 22002012 Vote: Barack Obama 77% (635) 18% (151) 2% (20) 1% (7) 2% (13) 8262012 Vote: Mitt Romney 41% (193) 39% (183) 13% (62) 4% (20) 3% (14) 4712012 Vote: Other 42% (36) 33% (29) 12% (10) 4% (4) 9% (8) 872012 Vote: Didn’t Vote 58% (472) 19% (153) 8% (62) 3% (25) 12% (101) 8154-Region: Northeast 63% (250) 23% (89) 7% (29) 3% (12) 3% (13) 3944-Region: Midwest 56% (257) 27% (126) 8% (35) 3% (13) 7% (32) 4624-Region: South 63% (523) 21% (173) 7% (58) 2% (19) 6% (51) 8244-Region: West 59% (308) 25% (128) 6% (32) 2% (11) 8% (40) 520Sports fan 63% (880) 24% (328) 7% (99) 2% (34) 3% (49) 1391Traveled outside of U.S. in past year 1+ times 58% (211) 22% (81) 9% (32) 3% (11) 7% (26) 362Frequent Flyer 59% (128) 26% (56) 7% (15) 2% (5) 6% (12) 217Note: Row proportions may total to larger than one-hundred percent due to rounding. For more information visit MorningConsultIntelligence.com.

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Table CMS2_5: To what extent is the coronavirus a health risk in the following places?Globally

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Adults 52% (1149) 28% (608) 6% (143) 2% (38) 12% (263) 2200Gender: Male 50% (532) 30% (319) 7% (73) 2% (18) 11% (119) 1062Gender: Female 54% (616) 25% (289) 6% (70) 2% (20) 13% (144) 1138Age: 18-34 52% (344) 21% (141) 6% (43) 3% (21) 16% (108) 655Age: 35-44 46% (164) 32% (115) 9% (30) 2% (7) 12% (41) 358Age: 45-64 51% (384) 29% (221) 7% (56) 1% (9) 11% (82) 751Age: 65+ 59% (257) 30% (131) 3% (14) — (2) 7% (32) 436GenZers: 1997-2012 52% (135) 24% (62) 5% (12) 3% (7) 17% (43) 259Millennials: 1981-1996 50% (284) 23% (131) 8% (48) 3% (18) 15% (84) 565GenXers: 1965-1980 47% (251) 33% (176) 8% (45) 1% (7) 11% (57) 537Baby Boomers: 1946-1964 57% (431) 27% (205) 5% (35) 1% (5) 10% (73) 750PID: Dem (no lean) 65% (501) 24% (185) 2% (19) 1% (4) 8% (64) 773PID: Ind (no lean) 48% (360) 26% (197) 7% (55) 2% (18) 16% (117) 747PID: Rep (no lean) 42% (287) 33% (226) 10% (68) 2% (16) 12% (83) 680PID/Gender: DemMen 63% (209) 28% (94) 2% (7) — (0) 7% (23) 334PID/Gender: DemWomen 66% (292) 21% (91) 3% (12) 1% (4) 9% (41) 440PID/Gender: Ind Men 47% (165) 27% (94) 8% (28) 3% (11) 15% (54) 352PID/Gender: Ind Women 49% (195) 26% (102) 7% (28) 2% (7) 16% (63) 395PID/Gender: Rep Men 42% (158) 35% (131) 10% (38) 2% (6) 11% (43) 376PID/Gender: Rep Women 43% (129) 31% (95) 10% (30) 3% (10) 13% (40) 304Ideo: Liberal (1-3) 66% (390) 26% (153) 2% (13) 1% (4) 5% (28) 588Ideo: Moderate (4) 53% (328) 30% (186) 5% (33) 1% (6) 11% (71) 624Ideo: Conservative (5-7) 42% (301) 33% (234) 11% (82) 4% (25) 10% (72) 713Educ: < College 53% (794) 24% (365) 6% (95) 2% (29) 15% (228) 1512Educ: Bachelors degree 49% (216) 37% (164) 8% (36) 1% (6) 5% (22) 444Educ: Post-grad 57% (139) 32% (78) 5% (12) 1% (2) 5% (13) 244Income: Under 50k 52% (637) 24% (298) 6% (77) 2% (30) 15% (186) 1229Income: 50k-100k 53% (341) 30% (195) 7% (47) 1% (4) 8% (54) 641Income: 100k+ 52% (170) 35% (115) 6% (18) 1% (4) 7% (23) 330Ethnicity: White 50% (861) 29% (503) 7% (128) 2% (28) 12% (203) 1722

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Table CMS2_5: To what extent is the coronavirus a health risk in the following places?Globally

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Adults 52% (1149) 28% (608) 6% (143) 2% (38) 12% (263) 2200Ethnicity: Hispanic 58% (203) 22% (76) 4% (15) 4% (14) 12% (41) 349Ethnicity: Black 63% (173) 18% (49) 4% (10) 2% (5) 14% (37) 274Ethnicity: Other 56% (115) 27% (56) 2% (5) 2% (5) 11% (23) 204All Christian 50% (486) 32% (306) 6% (61) 1% (14) 10% (99) 967All Non-Christian 55% (63) 28% (32) 6% (7) — (0) 10% (12) 113Atheist 61% (78) 33% (42) 3% (4) 1% (1) 2% (3) 129Agnostic/Nothing in particular 52% (312) 24% (140) 7% (41) 1% (9) 16% (94) 596Something Else 53% (210) 22% (87) 7% (29) 4% (15) 14% (55) 395Religious Non-Protestant/Catholic 52% (67) 31% (40) 7% (9) 1% (1) 9% (12) 129Evangelical 48% (284) 30% (176) 6% (38) 3% (16) 13% (77) 591Non-Evangelical 54% (400) 27% (203) 7% (50) 2% (11) 10% (75) 739Community: Urban 58% (327) 22% (125) 6% (33) 2% (12) 12% (67) 564Community: Suburban 49% (490) 32% (324) 7% (68) 2% (17) 10% (104) 1003Community: Rural 52% (331) 25% (159) 7% (42) 1% (9) 15% (92) 633Employ: Private Sector 50% (321) 31% (198) 8% (52) 2% (13) 9% (60) 645Employ: Government 44% (62) 32% (45) 8% (12) 1% (1) 15% (21) 141Employ: Self-Employed 47% (84) 35% (62) 5% (9) 4% (8) 8% (15) 179Employ: Homemaker 49% (79) 22% (36) 9% (14) 3% (4) 17% (28) 162Employ: Retired 57% (294) 28% (143) 4% (21) 1% (4) 10% (53) 515Employ: Unemployed 59% (185) 22% (69) 5% (17) 2% (6) 12% (39) 316Employ: Other 45% (59) 21% (27) 11% (14) — (0) 24% (31) 132Military HH: Yes 51% (176) 30% (102) 8% (27) 2% (8) 9% (32) 344Military HH: No 52% (973) 27% (506) 6% (116) 2% (30) 12% (231) 1856RD/WT: Right Direction 38% (219) 34% (196) 10% (58) 3% (17) 15% (87) 578RD/WT: Wrong Track 57% (929) 25% (412) 5% (84) 1% (21) 11% (176) 1622Trump Job Approve 40% (345) 35% (296) 10% (88) 3% (24) 12% (104) 856Trump Job Disapprove 62% (757) 25% (301) 4% (48) 1% (14) 8% (97) 1218

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Adults 52% (1149) 28% (608) 6% (143) 2% (38) 12% (263) 2200Trump Job Strongly Approve 36% (174) 35% (169) 12% (57) 4% (21) 12% (57) 478Trump Job Somewhat Approve 45% (171) 34% (127) 8% (31) 1% (2) 12% (47) 378Trump Job Somewhat Disapprove 48% (133) 28% (76) 8% (23) 2% (4) 14% (39) 275Trump Job Strongly Disapprove 66% (624) 24% (225) 3% (26) 1% (10) 6% (58) 942Favorable of Trump 41% (351) 36% (306) 10% (85) 3% (23) 11% (91) 856Unfavorable of Trump 62% (750) 24% (292) 4% (48) 1% (14) 8% (102) 1205Very Favorable of Trump 38% (186) 35% (173) 11% (54) 4% (20) 12% (60) 492Somewhat Favorable of Trump 45% (165) 36% (133) 9% (32) 1% (2) 9% (32) 364Somewhat Unfavorable of Trump 52% (116) 29% (65) 4% (9) 3% (7) 12% (26) 224Very Unfavorable of Trump 65% (633) 23% (227) 4% (38) 1% (7) 8% (75) 981#1 Issue: Economy 50% (374) 31% (228) 8% (60) 1% (6) 10% (78) 747#1 Issue: Security 40% (102) 33% (85) 11% (28) 5% (12) 11% (28) 255#1 Issue: Health Care 63% (268) 22% (95) 4% (18) — (2) 10% (43) 425#1 Issue: Medicare / Social Security 55% (177) 25% (81) 5% (16) — (0) 14% (46) 320#1 Issue: Women’s Issues 40% (49) 30% (37) 3% (3) 5% (7) 22% (27) 123#1 Issue: Education 43% (49) 25% (28) 6% (7) 6% (7) 19% (22) 112#1 Issue: Energy 60% (49) 30% (25) 2% (1) 3% (2) 6% (5) 83#1 Issue: Other 60% (81) 22% (29) 7% (9) 1% (2) 10% (14) 1352018 House Vote: Democrat 65% (465) 26% (186) 3% (19) — (3) 6% (41) 7142018 House Vote: Republican 39% (247) 37% (235) 10% (64) 4% (23) 10% (63) 6332018 House Vote: Someone else 51% (29) 21% (12) 16% (9) — (0) 12% (7) 572016 Vote: Hillary Clinton 66% (447) 25% (168) 3% (20) 1% (9) 6% (38) 6822016 Vote: Donald Trump 43% (297) 36% (249) 10% (68) 3% (20) 9% (62) 6962016 Vote: Other 41% (45) 32% (35) 15% (16) 2% (2) 10% (11) 1092016 Vote: Didn’t Vote 50% (359) 22% (155) 5% (39) 1% (7) 21% (153) 713Voted in 2014: Yes 53% (659) 32% (391) 6% (75) 1% (18) 8% (96) 1239Voted in 2014: No 51% (489) 23% (217) 7% (68) 2% (20) 17% (167) 961

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Table CMS2_5: To what extent is the coronavirus a health risk in the following places?Globally

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Adults 52% (1149) 28% (608) 6% (143) 2% (38) 12% (263) 22002012 Vote: Barack Obama 64% (525) 26% (218) 3% (26) — (1) 7% (56) 8262012 Vote: Mitt Romney 40% (190) 38% (179) 11% (54) 2% (11) 8% (38) 4712012 Vote: Other 40% (35) 32% (28) 12% (10) 3% (3) 13% (11) 872012 Vote: Didn’t Vote 49% (397) 22% (182) 7% (53) 3% (24) 19% (158) 8154-Region: Northeast 57% (223) 27% (105) 5% (19) 1% (5) 10% (41) 3944-Region: Midwest 48% (223) 27% (124) 8% (38) 2% (11) 14% (66) 4624-Region: South 52% (431) 28% (234) 5% (44) 2% (15) 12% (100) 8244-Region: West 52% (271) 28% (145) 8% (41) 1% (7) 11% (57) 520Sports fan 54% (744) 30% (423) 7% (95) 1% (18) 8% (110) 1391Traveled outside of U.S. in past year 1+ times 48% (173) 31% (112) 8% (29) 3% (9) 11% (39) 362Frequent Flyer 46% (99) 35% (76) 9% (19) 3% (7) 7% (16) 217Note: Row proportions may total to larger than one-hundred percent due to rounding. For more information visit MorningConsultIntelligence.com.

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Table CMS2_6: To what extent is the coronavirus a health risk in the following places?the Middle East

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Adults 35% (772) 25% (560) 8% (165) 2% (35) 30% (668) 2200Gender: Male 35% (372) 29% (307) 9% (93) 2% (16) 26% (273) 1062Gender: Female 35% (400) 22% (253) 6% (72) 2% (19) 35% (394) 1138Age: 18-34 31% (204) 21% (141) 9% (60) 2% (15) 36% (235) 655Age: 35-44 27% (98) 31% (110) 9% (33) 2% (7) 31% (110) 358Age: 45-64 37% (280) 25% (187) 8% (60) 1% (10) 28% (214) 751Age: 65+ 43% (189) 28% (122) 3% (13) 1% (3) 25% (109) 436GenZers: 1997-2012 26% (68) 23% (60) 6% (16) 2% (4) 43% (110) 259Millennials: 1981-1996 32% (180) 24% (136) 10% (59) 3% (16) 31% (174) 565GenXers: 1965-1980 32% (172) 27% (146) 9% (51) 1% (4) 31% (164) 537Baby Boomers: 1946-1964 42% (318) 25% (190) 5% (35) 1% (9) 26% (198) 750PID: Dem (no lean) 44% (337) 25% (193) 6% (43) — (3) 26% (197) 773PID: Ind (no lean) 31% (231) 23% (169) 8% (57) 2% (14) 37% (276) 747PID: Rep (no lean) 30% (204) 29% (198) 10% (66) 3% (18) 29% (194) 680PID/Gender: DemMen 44% (148) 24% (81) 7% (24) — (1) 24% (81) 334PID/Gender: DemWomen 43% (189) 26% (112) 4% (19) — (2) 27% (117) 440PID/Gender: Ind Men 31% (111) 28% (99) 7% (24) 3% (10) 31% (108) 352PID/Gender: Ind Women 30% (120) 18% (69) 8% (32) 1% (5) 43% (168) 395PID/Gender: Rep Men 30% (114) 34% (127) 12% (45) 2% (6) 22% (85) 376PID/Gender: Rep Women 30% (90) 23% (71) 7% (21) 4% (12) 36% (109) 304Ideo: Liberal (1-3) 43% (252) 29% (172) 6% (36) — (2) 21% (126) 588Ideo: Moderate (4) 37% (230) 28% (176) 6% (37) 1% (6) 28% (175) 624Ideo: Conservative (5-7) 32% (229) 26% (183) 11% (79) 4% (26) 28% (196) 713Educ: < College 33% (500) 23% (346) 7% (105) 2% (29) 35% (533) 1512Educ: Bachelors degree 39% (175) 30% (135) 9% (42) 1% (3) 20% (89) 444Educ: Post-grad 40% (98) 33% (80) 8% (18) 1% (3) 19% (45) 244Income: Under 50k 33% (408) 23% (280) 7% (81) 2% (23) 36% (437) 1229Income: 50k-100k 38% (241) 29% (184) 9% (56) 1% (9) 24% (151) 641Income: 100k+ 37% (123) 29% (96) 9% (29) 1% (3) 24% (79) 330Ethnicity: White 34% (586) 27% (458) 7% (129) 2% (27) 30% (522) 1722

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Table CMS2_6: To what extent is the coronavirus a health risk in the following places?the Middle East

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Adults 35% (772) 25% (560) 8% (165) 2% (35) 30% (668) 2200Ethnicity: Hispanic 36% (125) 23% (81) 9% (32) 2% (6) 30% (106) 349Ethnicity: Black 36% (100) 20% (56) 9% (25) 1% (4) 33% (90) 274Ethnicity: Other 42% (86) 23% (46) 6% (12) 2% (4) 28% (56) 204All Christian 35% (340) 27% (263) 8% (73) 1% (12) 29% (279) 967All Non-Christian 42% (47) 27% (30) 11% (12) 2% (2) 19% (21) 113Atheist 41% (53) 30% (39) 9% (11) — (0) 20% (26) 129Agnostic/Nothing in particular 34% (203) 23% (136) 7% (41) 1% (8) 35% (208) 596Something Else 33% (129) 23% (92) 7% (28) 3% (13) 34% (133) 395Religious Non-Protestant/Catholic 42% (54) 27% (34) 10% (13) 2% (2) 20% (26) 129Evangelical 35% (206) 25% (148) 8% (45) 3% (17) 30% (175) 591Non-Evangelical 34% (254) 27% (196) 7% (55) 1% (8) 31% (226) 739Community: Urban 37% (207) 25% (140) 7% (40) 2% (9) 30% (167) 564Community: Suburban 33% (335) 26% (264) 9% (94) 2% (16) 29% (294) 1003Community: Rural 36% (230) 25% (156) 5% (31) 2% (10) 33% (207) 633Employ: Private Sector 35% (226) 29% (190) 10% (66) 2% (13) 23% (150) 645Employ: Government 34% (48) 29% (41) 12% (17) 1% (1) 24% (34) 141Employ: Self-Employed 37% (67) 23% (41) 10% (19) 4% (7) 26% (46) 179Employ: Homemaker 35% (57) 16% (26) 8% (13) 1% (1) 40% (64) 162Employ: Retired 40% (205) 25% (130) 4% (19) 2% (8) 30% (153) 515Employ: Unemployed 35% (110) 25% (80) 6% (20) 1% (3) 33% (104) 316Employ: Other 24% (31) 19% (25) 3% (4) — (0) 54% (71) 132Military HH: Yes 36% (125) 26% (90) 8% (29) 3% (10) 26% (90) 344Military HH: No 35% (647) 25% (470) 7% (136) 1% (25) 31% (577) 1856RD/WT: Right Direction 26% (152) 28% (161) 12% (67) 4% (21) 31% (177) 578RD/WT: Wrong Track 38% (620) 25% (399) 6% (98) 1% (14) 30% (491) 1622Trump Job Approve 29% (251) 27% (230) 10% (86) 3% (30) 30% (260) 856Trump Job Disapprove 41% (504) 26% (313) 6% (76) — (5) 26% (319) 1218

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Table CMS2_6: To what extent is the coronavirus a health risk in the following places?the Middle East

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Adults 35% (772) 25% (560) 8% (165) 2% (35) 30% (668) 2200Trump Job Strongly Approve 28% (136) 27% (127) 9% (45) 5% (25) 30% (144) 478Trump Job Somewhat Approve 30% (114) 27% (103) 11% (41) 1% (4) 31% (116) 378Trump Job Somewhat Disapprove 28% (78) 28% (78) 9% (25) 1% (4) 33% (90) 275Trump Job Strongly Disapprove 45% (426) 25% (235) 5% (51) — (2) 24% (229) 942Favorable of Trump 29% (247) 28% (236) 11% (91) 3% (29) 30% (254) 856Unfavorable of Trump 42% (503) 26% (308) 6% (71) — (4) 26% (319) 1205Very Favorable of Trump 28% (136) 27% (130) 11% (52) 5% (25) 30% (149) 492Somewhat Favorable of Trump 30% (111) 29% (106) 11% (38) 1% (4) 29% (105) 364Somewhat Unfavorable of Trump 31% (70) 27% (61) 10% (22) 1% (2) 30% (68) 224Very Unfavorable of Trump 44% (433) 25% (246) 5% (49) — (2) 26% (251) 981#1 Issue: Economy 31% (229) 30% (224) 9% (69) 1% (11) 29% (215) 747#1 Issue: Security 31% (79) 28% (71) 9% (23) 4% (11) 28% (71) 255#1 Issue: Health Care 42% (179) 23% (100) 5% (22) 1% (3) 29% (121) 425#1 Issue: Medicare / Social Security 37% (118) 26% (83) 3% (9) 1% (2) 33% (107) 320#1 Issue: Women’s Issues 32% (40) 13% (16) 9% (12) 1% (2) 45% (55) 123#1 Issue: Education 29% (32) 22% (24) 11% (12) 4% (4) 35% (39) 112#1 Issue: Energy 42% (35) 24% (20) 15% (12) — (0) 19% (15) 83#1 Issue: Other 44% (60) 17% (22) 5% (7) 2% (3) 32% (44) 1352018 House Vote: Democrat 47% (335) 27% (189) 6% (44) — (3) 20% (143) 7142018 House Vote: Republican 30% (191) 28% (177) 11% (67) 4% (23) 28% (175) 6332018 House Vote: Someone else 38% (22) 23% (13) 6% (3) 2% (1) 31% (17) 572016 Vote: Hillary Clinton 47% (321) 26% (177) 6% (41) — (2) 21% (141) 6822016 Vote: Donald Trump 31% (215) 28% (194) 11% (78) 4% (25) 26% (183) 6962016 Vote: Other 36% (39) 27% (30) 4% (5) 1% (1) 32% (34) 1092016 Vote: Didn’t Vote 27% (196) 22% (160) 6% (41) 1% (7) 43% (309) 713Voted in 2014: Yes 40% (492) 28% (343) 7% (92) 1% (17) 24% (296) 1239Voted in 2014: No 29% (279) 23% (217) 8% (74) 2% (19) 39% (372) 961

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Table CMS2_6: To what extent is the coronavirus a health risk in the following places?the Middle East

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Table CMS2_7: To what extent is the coronavirus a health risk in the following places?South America

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Adults 43% (935) 23% (503) 5% (119) 2% (42) 27% (601) 2200Gender: Male 45% (473) 25% (265) 6% (64) 2% (23) 22% (236) 1062Gender: Female 41% (462) 21% (238) 5% (55) 2% (18) 32% (365) 1138Age: 18-34 35% (227) 22% (145) 6% (41) 3% (21) 34% (221) 655Age: 35-44 36% (130) 26% (93) 7% (23) 3% (9) 28% (101) 358Age: 45-64 47% (354) 21% (156) 6% (47) 1% (10) 25% (185) 751Age: 65+ 51% (224) 25% (109) 2% (8) — (2) 22% (94) 436GenZers: 1997-2012 30% (77) 23% (60) 6% (15) 2% (6) 39% (101) 259Millennials: 1981-1996 37% (208) 24% (137) 7% (37) 3% (19) 29% (164) 565GenXers: 1965-1980 44% (235) 21% (111) 6% (34) 2% (9) 27% (147) 537Baby Boomers: 1946-1964 49% (370) 23% (173) 4% (31) 1% (6) 23% (170) 750PID: Dem (no lean) 53% (410) 20% (156) 4% (30) 1% (5) 22% (172) 773PID: Ind (no lean) 38% (286) 21% (156) 5% (38) 3% (20) 33% (246) 747PID: Rep (no lean) 35% (239) 28% (192) 7% (51) 2% (17) 27% (182) 680PID/Gender: DemMen 56% (185) 19% (65) 4% (14) 1% (2) 20% (67) 334PID/Gender: DemWomen 51% (225) 21% (91) 4% (16) 1% (3) 24% (105) 440PID/Gender: Ind Men 41% (145) 24% (84) 5% (16) 4% (15) 26% (91) 352PID/Gender: Ind Women 36% (141) 18% (72) 6% (22) 1% (5) 39% (155) 395PID/Gender: Rep Men 38% (142) 31% (117) 9% (34) 2% (6) 20% (77) 376PID/Gender: Rep Women 32% (96) 25% (75) 6% (17) 3% (10) 35% (105) 304Ideo: Liberal (1-3) 55% (325) 23% (132) 5% (28) 1% (6) 17% (97) 588Ideo: Moderate (4) 43% (267) 26% (159) 5% (28) 1% (6) 26% (163) 624Ideo: Conservative (5-7) 38% (270) 25% (181) 7% (52) 4% (29) 26% (182) 713Educ: < College 39% (584) 22% (332) 5% (78) 2% (31) 32% (487) 1512Educ: Bachelors degree 48% (214) 25% (113) 7% (30) 2% (10) 17% (78) 444Educ: Post-grad 56% (138) 24% (58) 4% (11) — (1) 15% (36) 244Income: Under 50k 40% (487) 20% (251) 5% (64) 3% (31) 32% (396) 1229Income: 50k-100k 45% (291) 25% (161) 7% (42) 1% (8) 22% (139) 641Income: 100k+ 48% (158) 28% (91) 4% (14) — (2) 20% (66) 330Ethnicity: White 41% (712) 24% (408) 6% (103) 2% (31) 27% (469) 1722

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Adults 43% (935) 23% (503) 5% (119) 2% (42) 27% (601) 2200Ethnicity: Hispanic 47% (165) 21% (74) 5% (17) 4% (13) 23% (81) 349Ethnicity: Black 45% (124) 19% (52) 4% (10) 3% (8) 29% (79) 274Ethnicity: Other 49% (99) 21% (43) 3% (6) 2% (3) 26% (52) 204All Christian 43% (419) 24% (237) 5% (48) 2% (15) 26% (248) 967All Non-Christian 50% (57) 30% (34) 4% (4) 3% (3) 13% (15) 113Atheist 57% (74) 19% (24) 8% (10) — (0) 16% (21) 129Agnostic/Nothing in particular 40% (239) 21% (124) 6% (36) 1% (8) 32% (189) 596Something Else 37% (147) 21% (85) 5% (21) 4% (15) 32% (127) 395Religious Non-Protestant/Catholic 49% (64) 28% (36) 4% (5) 3% (3) 17% (21) 129Evangelical 39% (228) 25% (145) 5% (30) 3% (18) 29% (170) 591Non-Evangelical 44% (325) 23% (173) 5% (38) 2% (12) 26% (191) 739Community: Urban 49% (275) 19% (109) 5% (28) 2% (12) 25% (141) 564Community: Suburban 40% (403) 26% (258) 6% (59) 2% (18) 26% (264) 1003Community: Rural 41% (257) 22% (137) 5% (31) 2% (12) 31% (196) 633Employ: Private Sector 43% (278) 25% (162) 8% (54) 3% (17) 21% (135) 645Employ: Government 41% (57) 26% (37) 5% (7) 1% (1) 27% (38) 141Employ: Self-Employed 46% (82) 21% (38) 6% (11) 6% (11) 21% (38) 179Employ: Homemaker 38% (62) 20% (32) 4% (7) 1% (1) 37% (60) 162Employ: Retired 49% (250) 22% (111) 3% (17) 1% (4) 26% (131) 515Employ: Unemployed 43% (135) 22% (71) 3% (9) 2% (7) 30% (95) 316Employ: Other 30% (39) 19% (25) 4% (5) — (0) 47% (62) 132Military HH: Yes 43% (147) 25% (85) 5% (17) 3% (11) 25% (85) 344Military HH: No 43% (789) 23% (418) 5% (102) 2% (31) 28% (516) 1856RD/WT: Right Direction 30% (176) 28% (163) 8% (45) 4% (24) 29% (170) 578RD/WT: Wrong Track 47% (759) 21% (340) 5% (74) 1% (17) 27% (431) 1622Trump Job Approve 32% (273) 27% (232) 8% (71) 4% (32) 29% (249) 856Trump Job Disapprove 53% (640) 21% (259) 4% (45) 1% (10) 22% (263) 1218

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Adults 43% (935) 23% (503) 5% (119) 2% (42) 27% (601) 2200Trump Job Strongly Approve 30% (144) 27% (127) 9% (45) 5% (25) 29% (138) 478Trump Job Somewhat Approve 34% (129) 28% (105) 7% (26) 2% (7) 29% (111) 378Trump Job Somewhat Disapprove 40% (111) 26% (71) 5% (13) 2% (5) 27% (76) 275Trump Job Strongly Disapprove 56% (529) 20% (188) 3% (32) 1% (5) 20% (188) 942Favorable of Trump 32% (274) 28% (242) 8% (68) 3% (28) 29% (245) 856Unfavorable of Trump 53% (640) 20% (246) 4% (47) 1% (8) 22% (264) 1205Very Favorable of Trump 29% (144) 27% (133) 8% (42) 5% (26) 30% (147) 492Somewhat Favorable of Trump 36% (130) 30% (109) 7% (26) — (2) 27% (98) 364Somewhat Unfavorable of Trump 44% (98) 25% (56) 4% (10) 2% (5) 25% (56) 224Very Unfavorable of Trump 55% (542) 19% (190) 4% (37) — (4) 21% (208) 981#1 Issue: Economy 41% (308) 26% (197) 6% (43) 2% (12) 25% (186) 747#1 Issue: Security 33% (83) 28% (71) 7% (17) 5% (13) 27% (70) 255#1 Issue: Health Care 51% (218) 20% (84) 3% (15) 1% (3) 25% (105) 425#1 Issue: Medicare / Social Security 43% (137) 21% (66) 4% (14) — (0) 32% (102) 320#1 Issue: Women’s Issues 30% (37) 17% (21) 7% (9) 3% (4) 43% (53) 123#1 Issue: Education 32% (36) 22% (25) 7% (8) 5% (5) 34% (38) 112#1 Issue: Energy 50% (42) 24% (20) 8% (6) 3% (2) 16% (13) 83#1 Issue: Other 54% (74) 15% (20) 5% (7) 1% (2) 24% (33) 1352018 House Vote: Democrat 58% (417) 20% (143) 4% (31) 1% (4) 17% (119) 7142018 House Vote: Republican 35% (220) 29% (184) 7% (46) 3% (22) 25% (161) 6332018 House Vote: Someone else 41% (23) 20% (12) 9% (5) — (0) 29% (17) 572016 Vote: Hillary Clinton 60% (406) 19% (132) 3% (22) 1% (6) 17% (115) 6822016 Vote: Donald Trump 37% (257) 27% (189) 8% (54) 4% (25) 25% (171) 6962016 Vote: Other 37% (40) 30% (33) 6% (6) 3% (4) 23% (25) 1092016 Vote: Didn’t Vote 33% (232) 21% (149) 5% (36) 1% (7) 41% (290) 713Voted in 2014: Yes 49% (602) 25% (307) 5% (58) 1% (15) 21% (257) 1239Voted in 2014: No 35% (333) 20% (197) 6% (61) 3% (26) 36% (343) 961

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Table CMS2_7: To what extent is the coronavirus a health risk in the following places?South America

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Adults 43% (935) 23% (503) 5% (119) 2% (42) 27% (601) 22002012 Vote: Barack Obama 56% (462) 22% (181) 3% (27) 1% (7) 18% (150) 8262012 Vote: Mitt Romney 36% (170) 29% (135) 7% (31) 3% (13) 26% (122) 4712012 Vote: Other 37% (32) 28% (24) 7% (6) 2% (1) 28% (24) 872012 Vote: Didn’t Vote 33% (271) 20% (163) 7% (56) 2% (20) 37% (305) 8154-Region: Northeast 48% (188) 23% (90) 4% (17) 2% (8) 23% (91) 3944-Region: Midwest 39% (179) 21% (97) 6% (29) 3% (12) 32% (146) 4624-Region: South 41% (336) 23% (188) 5% (45) 2% (16) 29% (239) 8244-Region: West 45% (232) 25% (129) 5% (27) 1% (6) 24% (125) 520Sports fan 46% (633) 25% (350) 6% (81) 2% (24) 22% (302) 1391Traveled outside of U.S. in past year 1+ times 42% (152) 28% (101) 7% (24) 2% (6) 22% (78) 362Frequent Flyer 40% (86) 31% (67) 5% (11) 3% (7) 21% (45) 217Note: Row proportions may total to larger than one-hundred percent due to rounding. For more information visit MorningConsultIntelligence.com.

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Adults 40% (881) 25% (555) 7% (147) 1% (29) 27% (589) 2200Gender: Male 40% (430) 29% (311) 7% (71) 1% (11) 22% (238) 1062Gender: Female 40% (452) 21% (243) 7% (75) 2% (18) 31% (350) 1138Age: 18-34 37% (241) 23% (148) 6% (42) 2% (14) 32% (210) 655Age: 35-44 32% (113) 28% (99) 11% (38) 2% (7) 28% (101) 358Age: 45-64 43% (323) 25% (186) 7% (50) 1% (6) 25% (186) 751Age: 65+ 47% (204) 28% (122) 4% (17) — (2) 21% (92) 436GenZers: 1997-2012 32% (84) 22% (58) 5% (13) 1% (2) 40% (102) 259Millennials: 1981-1996 36% (204) 25% (143) 8% (46) 3% (17) 27% (155) 565GenXers: 1965-1980 37% (200) 27% (143) 9% (46) 1% (4) 27% (144) 537Baby Boomers: 1946-1964 47% (352) 25% (185) 5% (35) 1% (5) 23% (172) 750PID: Dem (no lean) 51% (391) 24% (185) 3% (25) — (3) 22% (169) 773PID: Ind (no lean) 36% (267) 22% (167) 7% (52) 2% (12) 33% (248) 747PID: Rep (no lean) 33% (223) 30% (203) 10% (69) 2% (13) 25% (171) 680PID/Gender: DemMen 50% (168) 26% (87) 3% (8) — (0) 21% (70) 334PID/Gender: DemWomen 51% (223) 22% (98) 4% (17) 1% (3) 23% (99) 440PID/Gender: Ind Men 38% (132) 26% (93) 7% (23) 2% (7) 27% (96) 352PID/Gender: Ind Women 34% (135) 19% (74) 7% (29) 1% (5) 39% (152) 395PID/Gender: Rep Men 34% (129) 35% (132) 10% (39) 1% (4) 19% (72) 376PID/Gender: Rep Women 31% (94) 24% (71) 10% (30) 3% (9) 33% (99) 304Ideo: Liberal (1-3) 53% (309) 26% (155) 4% (23) — (1) 17% (101) 588Ideo: Moderate (4) 41% (257) 27% (169) 5% (32) 1% (5) 26% (162) 624Ideo: Conservative (5-7) 34% (242) 27% (194) 11% (79) 3% (21) 25% (177) 713Educ: < College 37% (552) 23% (355) 7% (101) 2% (25) 32% (479) 1512Educ: Bachelors degree 45% (200) 29% (129) 8% (37) 1% (3) 17% (75) 444Educ: Post-grad 53% (129) 29% (71) 3% (9) — (0) 14% (35) 244Income: Under 50k 38% (462) 22% (275) 7% (82) 2% (23) 32% (388) 1229Income: 50k-100k 42% (268) 29% (183) 7% (48) 1% (5) 21% (137) 641Income: 100k+ 46% (151) 29% (97) 5% (17) — (1) 19% (64) 330Ethnicity: White 39% (675) 25% (437) 8% (130) 1% (22) 27% (457) 1722

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Adults 40% (881) 25% (555) 7% (147) 1% (29) 27% (589) 2200Ethnicity: Hispanic 42% (145) 27% (95) 4% (14) 2% (6) 26% (89) 349Ethnicity: Black 39% (107) 25% (67) 5% (13) 1% (3) 30% (83) 274Ethnicity: Other 49% (99) 25% (51) 1% (3) 2% (4) 23% (48) 204All Christian 40% (388) 28% (274) 7% (66) 1% (11) 24% (228) 967All Non-Christian 51% (57) 30% (34) 6% (7) — (0) 12% (14) 113Atheist 51% (66) 26% (34) 7% (9) — (0) 16% (21) 129Agnostic/Nothing in particular 38% (225) 22% (128) 6% (35) 1% (7) 34% (201) 596Something Else 37% (145) 21% (84) 8% (30) 3% (11) 32% (125) 395Religious Non-Protestant/Catholic 49% (63) 30% (39) 8% (10) — (0) 13% (17) 129Evangelical 38% (225) 25% (150) 8% (46) 2% (13) 27% (157) 591Non-Evangelical 40% (298) 27% (199) 6% (46) 1% (7) 26% (189) 739Community: Urban 43% (243) 23% (132) 6% (31) 2% (10) 26% (149) 564Community: Suburban 39% (390) 27% (275) 7% (71) 1% (9) 26% (258) 1003Community: Rural 39% (248) 23% (148) 7% (44) 2% (10) 29% (182) 633Employ: Private Sector 39% (252) 30% (193) 9% (55) 2% (11) 21% (134) 645Employ: Government 40% (57) 29% (41) 4% (6) 1% (1) 25% (35) 141Employ: Self-Employed 43% (77) 26% (46) 8% (13) 4% (7) 20% (36) 179Employ: Homemaker 38% (62) 20% (32) 8% (13) 1% (2) 33% (54) 162Employ: Retired 44% (229) 24% (124) 5% (25) 1% (4) 26% (133) 515Employ: Unemployed 41% (131) 23% (71) 6% (20) 1% (2) 29% (92) 316Employ: Other 30% (39) 14% (19) 5% (7) 2% (2) 49% (65) 132Military HH: Yes 41% (142) 28% (97) 5% (17) 2% (7) 24% (81) 344Military HH: No 40% (739) 25% (458) 7% (129) 1% (21) 27% (507) 1856RD/WT: Right Direction 27% (156) 31% (180) 12% (70) 3% (16) 27% (157) 578RD/WT: Wrong Track 45% (725) 23% (375) 5% (77) 1% (13) 27% (431) 1622Trump Job Approve 31% (268) 28% (239) 11% (97) 3% (23) 27% (229) 856Trump Job Disapprove 49% (593) 25% (303) 4% (46) — (5) 22% (272) 1218

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Adults 40% (881) 25% (555) 7% (147) 1% (29) 27% (589) 2200Trump Job Strongly Approve 28% (134) 28% (133) 14% (65) 4% (20) 26% (127) 478Trump Job Somewhat Approve 35% (134) 28% (105) 9% (32) 1% (4) 27% (103) 378Trump Job Somewhat Disapprove 32% (89) 29% (79) 8% (22) 2% (5) 29% (80) 275Trump Job Strongly Disapprove 53% (503) 24% (223) 3% (24) — (0) 20% (191) 942Favorable of Trump 31% (267) 29% (247) 11% (92) 3% (22) 27% (228) 856Unfavorable of Trump 49% (595) 24% (290) 4% (44) — (5) 22% (270) 1205Very Favorable of Trump 29% (144) 27% (133) 13% (64) 4% (19) 27% (132) 492Somewhat Favorable of Trump 34% (123) 31% (114) 8% (28) 1% (3) 26% (96) 364Somewhat Unfavorable of Trump 40% (90) 28% (62) 6% (14) 2% (4) 25% (55) 224Very Unfavorable of Trump 52% (506) 23% (229) 3% (30) — (1) 22% (215) 981#1 Issue: Economy 36% (271) 30% (227) 8% (57) 1% (7) 25% (184) 747#1 Issue: Security 29% (73) 30% (77) 12% (30) 5% (13) 24% (62) 255#1 Issue: Health Care 51% (216) 20% (87) 3% (14) — (1) 25% (107) 425#1 Issue: Medicare / Social Security 42% (135) 23% (75) 4% (14) 1% (2) 29% (94) 320#1 Issue: Women’s Issues 34% (42) 18% (22) 7% (9) 1% (2) 39% (48) 123#1 Issue: Education 30% (34) 22% (25) 6% (7) 2% (2) 39% (44) 112#1 Issue: Energy 52% (43) 23% (19) 8% (7) — (0) 17% (14) 83#1 Issue: Other 49% (67) 17% (23) 6% (8) 1% (2) 26% (35) 1352018 House Vote: Democrat 54% (387) 25% (178) 4% (26) — (1) 17% (123) 7142018 House Vote: Republican 33% (209) 31% (195) 10% (61) 3% (18) 24% (150) 6332018 House Vote: Someone else 38% (22) 27% (16) 10% (6) — (0) 24% (14) 572016 Vote: Hillary Clinton 56% (381) 24% (161) 3% (23) — (1) 17% (116) 6822016 Vote: Donald Trump 35% (247) 29% (200) 10% (71) 3% (18) 23% (160) 6962016 Vote: Other 34% (37) 33% (36) 8% (9) — (0) 26% (28) 1092016 Vote: Didn’t Vote 30% (217) 22% (158) 6% (43) 1% (9) 40% (285) 713Voted in 2014: Yes 45% (553) 28% (349) 6% (73) 1% (10) 21% (254) 1239Voted in 2014: No 34% (328) 21% (206) 8% (74) 2% (19) 35% (334) 961

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Table CMS2_8: To what extent is the coronavirus a health risk in the following places?Central America

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Adults 41% (900) 37% (815) 12% (265) 3% (69) 7% (151) 2200Gender: Male 37% (392) 38% (403) 15% (161) 3% (34) 7% (72) 1062Gender: Female 45% (508) 36% (413) 9% (104) 3% (35) 7% (80) 1138Age: 18-34 45% (296) 29% (188) 11% (69) 4% (25) 12% (77) 655Age: 35-44 32% (113) 41% (148) 14% (51) 5% (19) 7% (26) 358Age: 45-64 40% (303) 39% (290) 13% (98) 2% (17) 6% (43) 751Age: 65+ 43% (188) 44% (190) 11% (47) 2% (7) 1% (5) 436GenZers: 1997-2012 48% (125) 29% (74) 7% (19) 3% (7) 13% (33) 259Millennials: 1981-1996 39% (223) 33% (184) 14% (77) 5% (26) 10% (54) 565GenXers: 1965-1980 34% (180) 41% (219) 14% (74) 4% (21) 8% (43) 537Baby Boomers: 1946-1964 45% (335) 39% (295) 12% (88) 1% (11) 3% (20) 750PID: Dem (no lean) 53% (411) 36% (279) 5% (41) 1% (7) 4% (34) 773PID: Ind (no lean) 39% (292) 36% (268) 10% (78) 5% (36) 10% (74) 747PID: Rep (no lean) 29% (196) 39% (268) 21% (146) 4% (26) 6% (43) 680PID/Gender: DemMen 48% (160) 39% (130) 6% (19) 2% (6) 6% (19) 334PID/Gender: DemWomen 57% (252) 34% (150) 5% (22) — (1) 3% (15) 440PID/Gender: Ind Men 38% (135) 34% (121) 13% (45) 6% (21) 9% (31) 352PID/Gender: Ind Women 40% (157) 37% (147) 8% (32) 4% (15) 11% (43) 395PID/Gender: Rep Men 26% (98) 40% (152) 26% (97) 2% (8) 6% (22) 376PID/Gender: Rep Women 32% (99) 38% (116) 16% (49) 6% (18) 7% (22) 304Ideo: Liberal (1-3) 53% (311) 39% (228) 6% (33) 1% (6) 2% (11) 588Ideo: Moderate (4) 42% (264) 39% (243) 11% (69) 2% (15) 5% (34) 624Ideo: Conservative (5-7) 31% (222) 38% (270) 20% (142) 6% (40) 5% (39) 713Educ: < College 41% (625) 35% (528) 11% (170) 4% (55) 9% (133) 1512Educ: Bachelors degree 39% (174) 41% (181) 15% (68) 2% (11) 2% (10) 444Educ: Post-grad 41% (101) 43% (106) 11% (27) 1% (3) 3% (8) 244Income: Under 50k 41% (506) 36% (444) 10% (127) 3% (41) 9% (112) 1229Income: 50k-100k 40% (257) 39% (248) 14% (87) 4% (23) 4% (25) 641Income: 100k+ 41% (136) 37% (123) 15% (51) 2% (5) 4% (15) 330Ethnicity: White 39% (667) 38% (658) 13% (227) 3% (57) 6% (112) 1722

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Table CMS2_9: To what extent is the coronavirus a health risk in the following places?Your state

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Adults 41% (900) 37% (815) 12% (265) 3% (69) 7% (151) 2200Ethnicity: Hispanic 47% (165) 31% (109) 7% (25) 4% (12) 11% (38) 349Ethnicity: Black 49% (133) 32% (88) 10% (28) 2% (5) 7% (19) 274Ethnicity: Other 49% (99) 34% (69) 5% (9) 3% (6) 10% (20) 204All Christian 39% (377) 40% (385) 14% (132) 3% (30) 4% (43) 967All Non-Christian 47% (54) 34% (38) 12% (13) — (0) 7% (8) 113Atheist 47% (61) 43% (55) 6% (7) 4% (6) — (0) 129Agnostic/Nothing in particular 39% (230) 35% (211) 13% (75) 2% (13) 11% (67) 596Something Else 45% (179) 32% (125) 9% (37) 5% (20) 9% (34) 395Religious Non-Protestant/Catholic 45% (58) 34% (44) 13% (17) — (0) 8% (10) 129Evangelical 41% (241) 34% (202) 14% (84) 5% (28) 6% (36) 591Non-Evangelical 41% (304) 40% (294) 11% (81) 3% (22) 5% (39) 739Community: Urban 44% (246) 37% (206) 9% (50) 2% (14) 8% (48) 564Community: Suburban 41% (410) 39% (393) 12% (117) 3% (32) 5% (51) 1003Community: Rural 38% (243) 34% (216) 15% (98) 4% (23) 8% (53) 633Employ: Private Sector 37% (236) 40% (255) 14% (92) 4% (27) 5% (35) 645Employ: Government 42% (60) 32% (45) 18% (25) 3% (4) 5% (7) 141Employ: Self-Employed 46% (82) 31% (55) 12% (22) 6% (11) 5% (9) 179Employ: Homemaker 36% (58) 31% (51) 13% (21) 3% (5) 16% (26) 162Employ: Retired 41% (212) 43% (224) 11% (57) 2% (10) 2% (12) 515Employ: Unemployed 45% (144) 34% (109) 9% (27) 3% (9) 9% (28) 316Employ: Other 40% (53) 32% (42) 9% (12) 1% (1) 18% (24) 132Military HH: Yes 39% (134) 39% (136) 15% (51) 4% (13) 3% (11) 344Military HH: No 41% (766) 37% (680) 12% (214) 3% (55) 8% (141) 1856RD/WT: Right Direction 25% (145) 39% (224) 20% (118) 6% (33) 10% (57) 578RD/WT: Wrong Track 47% (754) 36% (591) 9% (147) 2% (36) 6% (94) 1622Trump Job Approve 29% (249) 38% (324) 22% (189) 5% (47) 6% (47) 856Trump Job Disapprove 51% (616) 38% (464) 6% (72) 2% (20) 4% (45) 1218

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Adults 41% (900) 37% (815) 12% (265) 3% (69) 7% (151) 2200Trump Job Strongly Approve 24% (117) 38% (181) 25% (121) 8% (38) 5% (22) 478Trump Job Somewhat Approve 35% (132) 38% (143) 18% (68) 2% (9) 7% (26) 378Trump Job Somewhat Disapprove 41% (112) 39% (109) 10% (29) 3% (7) 7% (19) 275Trump Job Strongly Disapprove 53% (504) 38% (355) 5% (44) 1% (13) 3% (27) 942Favorable of Trump 28% (243) 40% (342) 21% (182) 5% (47) 5% (43) 856Unfavorable of Trump 52% (627) 37% (448) 6% (74) 1% (17) 3% (40) 1205Very Favorable of Trump 23% (114) 40% (196) 24% (117) 8% (39) 5% (25) 492Somewhat Favorable of Trump 35% (129) 40% (145) 18% (65) 2% (8) 5% (17) 364Somewhat Unfavorable of Trump 44% (98) 41% (93) 10% (22) 2% (5) 2% (6) 224Very Unfavorable of Trump 54% (529) 36% (355) 5% (52) 1% (11) 3% (34) 981#1 Issue: Economy 35% (258) 41% (305) 16% (117) 3% (26) 6% (41) 747#1 Issue: Security 28% (72) 37% (94) 25% (63) 7% (18) 3% (8) 255#1 Issue: Health Care 53% (225) 32% (135) 5% (22) 1% (3) 9% (40) 425#1 Issue: Medicare / Social Security 46% (147) 41% (131) 7% (23) 1% (3) 5% (16) 320#1 Issue: Women’s Issues 43% (54) 30% (37) 6% (7) 6% (7) 15% (18) 123#1 Issue: Education 33% (37) 34% (38) 17% (19) 1% (1) 15% (16) 112#1 Issue: Energy 47% (39) 35% (29) 8% (7) 6% (5) 4% (3) 83#1 Issue: Other 51% (69) 33% (45) 6% (8) 4% (5) 7% (9) 1352018 House Vote: Democrat 53% (379) 38% (273) 5% (36) 1% (10) 2% (15) 7142018 House Vote: Republican 27% (170) 42% (269) 21% (130) 5% (35) 5% (30) 6332018 House Vote: Someone else 42% (24) 34% (20) 10% (5) 6% (4) 8% (4) 572016 Vote: Hillary Clinton 54% (366) 38% (261) 5% (36) 1% (4) 2% (14) 6822016 Vote: Donald Trump 29% (199) 41% (288) 21% (145) 6% (38) 4% (25) 6962016 Vote: Other 39% (43) 40% (43) 13% (14) 2% (2) 5% (6) 1092016 Vote: Didn’t Vote 41% (290) 31% (223) 10% (70) 3% (24) 15% (106) 713Voted in 2014: Yes 41% (507) 42% (515) 12% (149) 2% (29) 3% (38) 1239Voted in 2014: No 41% (393) 31% (300) 12% (116) 4% (39) 12% (114) 961

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Table CMS2_9: To what extent is the coronavirus a health risk in the following places?Your state

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Adults 41% (900) 37% (815) 12% (265) 3% (69) 7% (151) 22002012 Vote: Barack Obama 51% (419) 38% (314) 9% (72) 1% (6) 2% (15) 8262012 Vote: Mitt Romney 26% (123) 45% (211) 21% (98) 5% (22) 4% (17) 4712012 Vote: Other 35% (31) 38% (33) 13% (11) 6% (5) 7% (6) 872012 Vote: Didn’t Vote 40% (327) 31% (256) 10% (84) 4% (35) 14% (113) 8154-Region: Northeast 29% (115) 44% (174) 19% (73) 4% (16) 4% (16) 3944-Region: Midwest 35% (160) 42% (196) 13% (62) 3% (14) 7% (31) 4624-Region: South 49% (407) 31% (257) 10% (78) 3% (25) 7% (58) 8244-Region: West 42% (218) 36% (188) 10% (52) 3% (14) 9% (48) 520Sports fan 42% (581) 38% (533) 13% (185) 3% (42) 4% (50) 1391Traveled outside of U.S. in past year 1+ times 37% (134) 37% (134) 13% (45) 4% (15) 9% (34) 362Frequent Flyer 37% (81) 37% (79) 14% (31) 3% (7) 9% (20) 217Note: Row proportions may total to larger than one-hundred percent due to rounding. For more information visit MorningConsultIntelligence.com.

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Adults 31% (685) 35% (774) 22% (478) 5% (107) 7% (156) 2200Gender: Male 28% (302) 34% (362) 24% (255) 6% (58) 8% (84) 1062Gender: Female 34% (383) 36% (412) 20% (223) 4% (48) 6% (72) 1138Age: 18-34 34% (224) 30% (198) 18% (120) 4% (27) 13% (86) 655Age: 35-44 27% (98) 33% (120) 26% (94) 8% (28) 5% (18) 358Age: 45-64 31% (231) 36% (272) 22% (168) 5% (36) 6% (45) 751Age: 65+ 30% (132) 42% (185) 22% (95) 4% (16) 2% (8) 436GenZers: 1997-2012 33% (86) 33% (85) 17% (44) 3% (7) 15% (38) 259Millennials: 1981-1996 32% (182) 30% (172) 22% (126) 5% (30) 10% (56) 565GenXers: 1965-1980 29% (154) 35% (186) 23% (125) 7% (39) 6% (33) 537Baby Boomers: 1946-1964 31% (236) 39% (295) 22% (164) 4% (27) 4% (28) 750PID: Dem (no lean) 44% (340) 36% (275) 14% (110) 2% (12) 5% (36) 773PID: Ind (no lean) 27% (204) 35% (259) 22% (164) 6% (44) 10% (75) 747PID: Rep (no lean) 21% (141) 35% (240) 30% (203) 7% (51) 7% (45) 680PID/Gender: DemMen 42% (139) 34% (113) 14% (47) 3% (8) 8% (27) 334PID/Gender: DemWomen 46% (202) 37% (162) 14% (63) 1% (3) 2% (10) 440PID/Gender: Ind Men 27% (94) 33% (116) 24% (84) 8% (27) 9% (32) 352PID/Gender: Ind Women 28% (111) 36% (143) 20% (81) 4% (17) 11% (42) 395PID/Gender: Rep Men 19% (70) 35% (133) 33% (125) 6% (23) 7% (25) 376PID/Gender: Rep Women 23% (71) 35% (106) 26% (79) 9% (28) 7% (20) 304Ideo: Liberal (1-3) 41% (243) 40% (237) 15% (88) 1% (4) 3% (16) 588Ideo: Moderate (4) 33% (209) 36% (227) 22% (136) 2% (15) 6% (37) 624Ideo: Conservative (5-7) 22% (157) 34% (239) 29% (208) 10% (70) 5% (39) 713Educ: < College 32% (477) 32% (478) 22% (334) 6% (84) 9% (139) 1512Educ: Bachelors degree 30% (133) 42% (186) 22% (97) 4% (20) 2% (8) 444Educ: Post-grad 31% (75) 45% (110) 19% (47) 1% (3) 4% (9) 244Income: Under 50k 32% (393) 32% (396) 21% (261) 6% (73) 9% (108) 1229Income: 50k-100k 29% (188) 38% (246) 23% (145) 4% (26) 5% (35) 641Income: 100k+ 32% (104) 40% (132) 22% (72) 2% (8) 4% (14) 330Ethnicity: White 28% (490) 37% (629) 23% (392) 5% (90) 7% (120) 1722

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Table CMS2_10: To what extent is the coronavirus a health risk in the following places?Your community

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Adults 31% (685) 35% (774) 22% (478) 5% (107) 7% (156) 2200Ethnicity: Hispanic 36% (125) 34% (120) 17% (60) 4% (16) 8% (29) 349Ethnicity: Black 43% (117) 26% (72) 20% (55) 4% (11) 7% (19) 274Ethnicity: Other 38% (78) 35% (72) 15% (30) 3% (6) 9% (18) 204All Christian 29% (279) 38% (365) 24% (228) 5% (52) 4% (43) 967All Non-Christian 41% (46) 30% (34) 17% (20) 6% (6) 6% (7) 113Atheist 37% (48) 39% (50) 21% (27) 1% (1) 2% (2) 129Agnostic/Nothing in particular 29% (175) 35% (206) 21% (124) 3% (19) 12% (72) 596Something Else 35% (137) 30% (118) 20% (80) 7% (28) 8% (32) 395Religious Non-Protestant/Catholic 38% (49) 31% (40) 18% (24) 7% (10) 5% (7) 129Evangelical 30% (180) 31% (186) 24% (142) 7% (44) 7% (39) 591Non-Evangelical 31% (231) 38% (284) 21% (155) 4% (33) 5% (36) 739Community: Urban 35% (196) 36% (203) 17% (97) 5% (26) 8% (44) 564Community: Suburban 31% (311) 39% (388) 21% (210) 4% (36) 6% (59) 1003Community: Rural 28% (179) 29% (183) 27% (171) 7% (45) 9% (54) 633Employ: Private Sector 29% (189) 37% (236) 23% (149) 6% (37) 5% (34) 645Employ: Government 34% (48) 35% (49) 21% (30) 5% (7) 5% (6) 141Employ: Self-Employed 29% (51) 31% (56) 26% (46) 8% (15) 6% (10) 179Employ: Homemaker 34% (55) 27% (44) 21% (34) 6% (9) 12% (20) 162Employ: Retired 29% (150) 40% (207) 23% (118) 4% (19) 4% (20) 515Employ: Unemployed 37% (118) 30% (95) 20% (63) 4% (14) 8% (25) 316Employ: Other 29% (38) 30% (40) 15% (20) 4% (5) 22% (29) 132Military HH: Yes 29% (98) 36% (124) 27% (92) 6% (20) 3% (10) 344Military HH: No 32% (587) 35% (650) 21% (386) 5% (87) 8% (146) 1856RD/WT: Right Direction 20% (115) 31% (177) 31% (182) 9% (52) 9% (54) 578RD/WT: Wrong Track 35% (571) 37% (597) 18% (296) 3% (55) 6% (103) 1622Trump Job Approve 21% (176) 33% (286) 31% (265) 9% (76) 6% (54) 856Trump Job Disapprove 39% (481) 38% (461) 16% (196) 2% (27) 4% (53) 1218

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Table CMS2_10: To what extent is the coronavirus a health risk in the following places?Your community

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Adults 31% (685) 35% (774) 22% (478) 5% (107) 7% (156) 2200Trump Job Strongly Approve 17% (82) 31% (150) 34% (162) 13% (61) 5% (24) 478Trump Job Somewhat Approve 25% (94) 36% (136) 27% (103) 4% (15) 8% (30) 378Trump Job Somewhat Disapprove 31% (86) 40% (109) 19% (53) 3% (7) 7% (20) 275Trump Job Strongly Disapprove 42% (394) 37% (352) 15% (143) 2% (20) 4% (34) 942Favorable of Trump 21% (178) 34% (291) 31% (267) 8% (73) 6% (48) 856Unfavorable of Trump 40% (481) 38% (455) 16% (194) 2% (25) 4% (49) 1205Very Favorable of Trump 18% (87) 32% (157) 33% (162) 12% (61) 5% (26) 492Somewhat Favorable of Trump 25% (91) 37% (135) 29% (105) 3% (12) 6% (22) 364Somewhat Unfavorable of Trump 32% (71) 40% (90) 20% (45) 3% (7) 5% (10) 224Very Unfavorable of Trump 42% (410) 37% (365) 15% (149) 2% (18) 4% (39) 981#1 Issue: Economy 23% (175) 39% (292) 26% (192) 6% (46) 6% (43) 747#1 Issue: Security 19% (49) 32% (82) 33% (83) 12% (29) 4% (10) 255#1 Issue: Health Care 45% (192) 34% (145) 11% (47) 1% (4) 9% (38) 425#1 Issue: Medicare / Social Security 31% (99) 40% (129) 20% (65) 3% (11) 5% (16) 320#1 Issue: Women’s Issues 35% (43) 32% (40) 12% (14) 6% (7) 16% (20) 123#1 Issue: Education 28% (31) 24% (27) 30% (33) 2% (2) 17% (19) 112#1 Issue: Energy 38% (31) 26% (22) 29% (24) 3% (2) 4% (3) 83#1 Issue: Other 48% (65) 27% (37) 14% (19) 4% (6) 6% (8) 1352018 House Vote: Democrat 41% (294) 40% (288) 14% (103) 1% (10) 3% (19) 7142018 House Vote: Republican 19% (119) 37% (232) 31% (195) 9% (56) 5% (30) 6332018 House Vote: Someone else 36% (20) 25% (14) 22% (13) 9% (5) 8% (4) 572016 Vote: Hillary Clinton 43% (292) 40% (271) 13% (89) 2% (15) 2% (14) 6822016 Vote: Donald Trump 22% (150) 36% (248) 31% (213) 9% (62) 3% (23) 6962016 Vote: Other 29% (31) 34% (37) 29% (32) 2% (3) 6% (6) 1092016 Vote: Didn’t Vote 30% (212) 31% (218) 20% (143) 4% (27) 16% (113) 713Voted in 2014: Yes 32% (393) 39% (481) 22% (272) 4% (55) 3% (38) 1239Voted in 2014: No 30% (293) 30% (293) 21% (206) 5% (52) 12% (118) 961

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Table CMS2_10: To what extent is the coronavirus a health risk in the following places?Your community

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Adults 31% (685) 35% (774) 22% (478) 5% (107) 7% (156) 22002012 Vote: Barack Obama 41% (340) 37% (303) 18% (148) 3% (21) 2% (13) 8262012 Vote: Mitt Romney 18% (85) 39% (183) 32% (153) 7% (34) 3% (16) 4712012 Vote: Other 27% (23) 32% (28) 23% (20) 11% (9) 8% (7) 872012 Vote: Didn’t Vote 29% (236) 32% (260) 19% (156) 5% (42) 15% (121) 8154-Region: Northeast 26% (103) 37% (144) 25% (99) 7% (29) 5% (19) 3944-Region: Midwest 27% (125) 36% (166) 24% (112) 5% (22) 8% (38) 4624-Region: South 37% (304) 32% (265) 20% (164) 4% (37) 7% (55) 8244-Region: West 30% (154) 38% (199) 20% (102) 4% (19) 9% (45) 520Sports fan 33% (458) 36% (501) 22% (312) 4% (60) 4% (60) 1391Traveled outside of U.S. in past year 1+ times 26% (94) 42% (151) 20% (73) 3% (13) 9% (31) 362Frequent Flyer 29% (64) 39% (84) 19% (42) 4% (10) 8% (18) 217Note: Row proportions may total to larger than one-hundred percent due to rounding. For more information visit MorningConsultIntelligence.com.

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Table CMS3_1: In light of the outbreak of the coronavirus, are you more or less likely to do each of the following in the next 6 months, or is there nochange?Travel within the U.S.

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Adults 7% (146) 33% (733) 51% (1120) 9% (202) 2200Gender: Male 7% (78) 33% (350) 49% (525) 10% (108) 1062Gender: Female 6% (67) 34% (383) 52% (595) 8% (94) 1138Age: 18-34 7% (45) 33% (216) 47% (308) 13% (86) 655Age: 35-44 7% (27) 36% (127) 51% (181) 6% (22) 358Age: 45-64 8% (57) 33% (249) 52% (391) 7% (54) 751Age: 65+ 4% (16) 32% (140) 55% (240) 9% (40) 436GenZers: 1997-2012 3% (8) 33% (85) 49% (128) 15% (39) 259Millennials: 1981-1996 9% (52) 34% (192) 47% (263) 10% (58) 565GenXers: 1965-1980 8% (43) 36% (193) 48% (257) 8% (43) 537Baby Boomers: 1946-1964 5% (39) 31% (236) 56% (423) 7% (51) 750PID: Dem (no lean) 6% (46) 24% (187) 62% (481) 8% (59) 773PID: Ind (no lean) 6% (45) 35% (260) 48% (357) 11% (85) 747PID: Rep (no lean) 8% (55) 42% (286) 41% (282) 9% (58) 680PID/Gender: DemMen 7% (23) 24% (79) 59% (196) 11% (36) 334PID/Gender: DemWomen 5% (22) 25% (108) 65% (286) 5% (23) 440PID/Gender: Ind Men 7% (25) 32% (112) 50% (177) 11% (38) 352PID/Gender: Ind Women 5% (20) 37% (148) 46% (180) 12% (47) 395PID/Gender: Rep Men 8% (30) 42% (159) 41% (153) 9% (35) 376PID/Gender: Rep Women 8% (25) 42% (127) 43% (129) 8% (23) 304Ideo: Liberal (1-3) 5% (29) 24% (142) 67% (394) 4% (24) 588Ideo: Moderate (4) 7% (47) 34% (215) 49% (307) 9% (55) 624Ideo: Conservative (5-7) 7% (50) 43% (306) 43% (304) 7% (53) 713Educ: < College 7% (101) 34% (517) 48% (726) 11% (168) 1512Educ: Bachelors degree 6% (29) 33% (146) 56% (248) 5% (21) 444Educ: Post-grad 7% (16) 28% (69) 60% (146) 5% (13) 244Income: Under 50k 6% (69) 33% (406) 50% (609) 12% (146) 1229Income: 50k-100k 8% (52) 34% (215) 52% (332) 7% (42) 641Income: 100k+ 8% (25) 34% (112) 54% (178) 4% (14) 330Ethnicity: White 6% (102) 35% (603) 50% (859) 9% (158) 1722

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Adults 7% (146) 33% (733) 51% (1120) 9% (202) 2200Ethnicity: Hispanic 12% (42) 29% (100) 48% (168) 11% (39) 349Ethnicity: Black 11% (29) 29% (81) 50% (138) 10% (27) 274Ethnicity: Other 7% (15) 24% (49) 60% (123) 8% (17) 204All Christian 7% (64) 36% (345) 50% (480) 8% (78) 967All Non-Christian 5% (6) 19% (22) 65% (73) 11% (12) 113Atheist 9% (11) 33% (42) 58% (74) 1% (1) 129Agnostic/Nothing in particular 5% (30) 33% (197) 49% (294) 13% (75) 596Something Else 8% (34) 32% (127) 50% (198) 9% (37) 395Religious Non-Protestant/Catholic 6% (8) 21% (27) 62% (80) 11% (14) 129Evangelical 8% (46) 36% (210) 46% (269) 11% (66) 591Non-Evangelical 7% (48) 34% (251) 54% (396) 6% (44) 739Community: Urban 8% (48) 29% (164) 55% (309) 8% (43) 564Community: Suburban 6% (61) 34% (341) 52% (520) 8% (81) 1003Community: Rural 6% (37) 36% (227) 46% (291) 12% (78) 633Employ: Private Sector 8% (55) 34% (216) 50% (326) 7% (48) 645Employ: Government 7% (10) 42% (60) 41% (58) 9% (13) 141Employ: Self-Employed 9% (16) 40% (72) 44% (78) 7% (12) 179Employ: Homemaker 3% (4) 30% (48) 56% (91) 11% (18) 162Employ: Retired 5% (24) 31% (162) 56% (286) 8% (43) 515Employ: Unemployed 7% (22) 37% (117) 48% (153) 8% (25) 316Employ: Other 8% (11) 24% (31) 43% (56) 25% (33) 132Military HH: Yes 7% (24) 43% (148) 43% (149) 7% (23) 344Military HH: No 7% (121) 31% (584) 52% (971) 10% (179) 1856RD/WT: Right Direction 9% (54) 41% (239) 39% (224) 11% (61) 578RD/WT: Wrong Track 6% (92) 30% (494) 55% (896) 9% (141) 1622Trump Job Approve 9% (77) 44% (375) 39% (332) 9% (73) 856Trump Job Disapprove 5% (58) 27% (330) 62% (750) 7% (79) 1218

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Adults 7% (146) 33% (733) 51% (1120) 9% (202) 2200Trump Job Strongly Approve 11% (51) 48% (231) 34% (164) 7% (33) 478Trump Job Somewhat Approve 7% (26) 38% (144) 44% (168) 11% (41) 378Trump Job Somewhat Disapprove 3% (7) 35% (96) 54% (149) 9% (24) 275Trump Job Strongly Disapprove 5% (51) 25% (235) 64% (601) 6% (55) 942Favorable of Trump 9% (79) 43% (371) 40% (346) 7% (60) 856Unfavorable of Trump 5% (58) 28% (332) 61% (733) 7% (82) 1205Very Favorable of Trump 12% (57) 48% (235) 33% (163) 8% (37) 492Somewhat Favorable of Trump 6% (22) 37% (136) 50% (183) 6% (23) 364Somewhat Unfavorable of Trump 3% (6) 38% (84) 50% (113) 9% (21) 224Very Unfavorable of Trump 5% (52) 25% (248) 63% (620) 6% (61) 981#1 Issue: Economy 8% (59) 38% (283) 47% (353) 7% (52) 747#1 Issue: Security 6% (15) 46% (118) 41% (105) 7% (17) 255#1 Issue: Health Care 5% (22) 27% (115) 56% (238) 12% (50) 425#1 Issue: Medicare / Social Security 6% (21) 28% (89) 56% (178) 10% (32) 320#1 Issue: Women’s Issues 10% (12) 30% (37) 47% (58) 14% (17) 123#1 Issue: Education 7% (8) 29% (33) 51% (57) 12% (14) 112#1 Issue: Energy 7% (6) 20% (16) 69% (57) 4% (3) 83#1 Issue: Other 2% (3) 31% (42) 55% (74) 12% (16) 1352018 House Vote: Democrat 6% (43) 24% (174) 63% (447) 7% (49) 7142018 House Vote: Republican 7% (42) 45% (282) 41% (262) 7% (47) 6332018 House Vote: Someone else 15% (8) 28% (16) 50% (28) 8% (4) 572016 Vote: Hillary Clinton 5% (35) 26% (178) 62% (425) 6% (43) 6822016 Vote: Donald Trump 7% (52) 43% (301) 42% (292) 7% (50) 6962016 Vote: Other 3% (3) 36% (39) 52% (57) 9% (10) 1092016 Vote: Didn’t Vote 8% (55) 30% (215) 48% (345) 14% (99) 713Voted in 2014: Yes 6% (80) 34% (419) 53% (655) 7% (84) 1239Voted in 2014: No 7% (66) 33% (313) 48% (465) 12% (118) 961

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Adults 7% (146) 33% (733) 51% (1120) 9% (202) 22002012 Vote: Barack Obama 7% (56) 27% (221) 61% (502) 6% (48) 8262012 Vote: Mitt Romney 7% (33) 44% (208) 43% (203) 6% (27) 4712012 Vote: Other 4% (3) 43% (38) 40% (35) 12% (11) 872012 Vote: Didn’t Vote 7% (53) 33% (266) 47% (379) 14% (116) 8154-Region: Northeast 9% (34) 25% (100) 59% (233) 7% (27) 3944-Region: Midwest 4% (21) 35% (162) 50% (233) 10% (47) 4624-Region: South 7% (57) 34% (283) 49% (408) 9% (76) 8244-Region: West 6% (34) 36% (188) 47% (246) 10% (52) 520Sports fan 8% (109) 35% (491) 50% (690) 7% (100) 1391Traveled outside of U.S. in past year 1+ times 10% (37) 29% (105) 51% (184) 10% (36) 362Frequent Flyer 10% (22) 32% (69) 48% (104) 10% (21) 217Note: Row proportions may total to larger than one-hundred percent due to rounding. For more information visit MorningConsultIntelligence.com.

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Table CMS3_2: In light of the outbreak of the coronavirus, are you more or less likely to do each of the following in the next 6 months, or is there nochange?Travel outside of the U.S.

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Adults 3% (73) 24% (518) 63% (1381) 10% (228) 2200Gender: Male 4% (46) 23% (243) 63% (666) 10% (108) 1062Gender: Female 2% (28) 24% (275) 63% (715) 11% (120) 1138Age: 18-34 5% (31) 23% (149) 57% (376) 15% (99) 655Age: 35-44 5% (18) 28% (99) 60% (213) 8% (27) 358Age: 45-64 3% (22) 24% (177) 66% (494) 8% (58) 751Age: 65+ — (2) 21% (93) 68% (298) 10% (44) 436GenZers: 1997-2012 2% (6) 27% (70) 54% (141) 16% (42) 259Millennials: 1981-1996 6% (33) 22% (125) 59% (333) 13% (74) 565GenXers: 1965-1980 5% (26) 24% (126) 64% (341) 8% (43) 537Baby Boomers: 1946-1964 1% (7) 24% (182) 67% (502) 8% (59) 750PID: Dem (no lean) 4% (33) 19% (144) 68% (528) 9% (68) 773PID: Ind (no lean) 3% (22) 24% (181) 61% (452) 12% (91) 747PID: Rep (no lean) 3% (19) 28% (192) 59% (401) 10% (69) 680PID/Gender: DemMen 8% (26) 17% (56) 64% (215) 11% (37) 334PID/Gender: DemWomen 2% (7) 20% (88) 71% (314) 7% (31) 440PID/Gender: Ind Men 3% (10) 23% (80) 64% (226) 10% (36) 352PID/Gender: Ind Women 3% (12) 26% (102) 57% (227) 14% (55) 395PID/Gender: Rep Men 3% (10) 28% (107) 60% (226) 9% (34) 376PID/Gender: Rep Women 3% (9) 28% (86) 58% (175) 11% (34) 304Ideo: Liberal (1-3) 5% (29) 18% (105) 72% (424) 5% (30) 588Ideo: Moderate (4) 2% (15) 26% (163) 63% (391) 9% (55) 624Ideo: Conservative (5-7) 3% (22) 27% (196) 60% (430) 9% (65) 713Educ: < College 3% (41) 25% (372) 60% (907) 13% (192) 1512Educ: Bachelors degree 5% (22) 23% (101) 68% (302) 4% (19) 444Educ: Post-grad 4% (10) 19% (46) 70% (171) 7% (17) 244Income: Under 50k 3% (36) 25% (302) 59% (726) 13% (165) 1229Income: 50k-100k 4% (25) 24% (153) 66% (420) 7% (42) 641Income: 100k+ 4% (12) 19% (63) 71% (234) 6% (21) 330Ethnicity: White 2% (42) 25% (427) 62% (1075) 10% (177) 1722

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Adults 3% (73) 24% (518) 63% (1381) 10% (228) 2200Ethnicity: Hispanic 12% (43) 20% (70) 55% (192) 13% (45) 349Ethnicity: Black 8% (22) 21% (59) 60% (164) 11% (30) 274Ethnicity: Other 5% (10) 16% (32) 69% (142) 10% (21) 204All Christian 3% (31) 24% (234) 63% (612) 9% (89) 967All Non-Christian 8% (9) 14% (16) 70% (79) 8% (9) 113Atheist 8% (10) 27% (34) 63% (82) 3% (3) 129Agnostic/Nothing in particular 2% (12) 24% (142) 60% (357) 14% (85) 596Something Else 3% (10) 23% (91) 64% (252) 11% (42) 395Religious Non-Protestant/Catholic 7% (9) 16% (20) 68% (87) 9% (12) 129Evangelical 4% (26) 26% (152) 58% (344) 12% (69) 591Non-Evangelical 2% (14) 23% (168) 68% (503) 7% (54) 739Community: Urban 5% (29) 23% (128) 61% (347) 11% (60) 564Community: Suburban 3% (30) 22% (216) 67% (672) 8% (84) 1003Community: Rural 2% (14) 27% (173) 57% (362) 13% (84) 633Employ: Private Sector 6% (38) 25% (162) 61% (395) 8% (51) 645Employ: Government 2% (3) 24% (34) 67% (94) 7% (10) 141Employ: Self-Employed 2% (4) 27% (47) 64% (114) 8% (14) 179Employ: Homemaker 2% (3) 18% (29) 69% (112) 11% (17) 162Employ: Retired 2% (8) 24% (122) 65% (332) 10% (52) 515Employ: Unemployed 2% (6) 25% (78) 62% (195) 12% (37) 316Employ: Other 7% (9) 14% (18) 53% (69) 26% (35) 132Military HH: Yes 4% (15) 28% (96) 61% (212) 6% (22) 344Military HH: No 3% (59) 23% (422) 63% (1169) 11% (206) 1856RD/WT: Right Direction 4% (26) 27% (154) 57% (327) 12% (71) 578RD/WT: Wrong Track 3% (47) 22% (364) 65% (1054) 10% (157) 1622Trump Job Approve 3% (22) 29% (249) 58% (496) 10% (89) 856Trump Job Disapprove 4% (43) 20% (247) 69% (840) 7% (88) 1218

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Table CMS3_2: In light of the outbreak of the coronavirus, are you more or less likely to do each of the following in the next 6 months, or is there nochange?Travel outside of the U.S.

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Adults 3% (73) 24% (518) 63% (1381) 10% (228) 2200Trump Job Strongly Approve 3% (16) 34% (162) 54% (259) 9% (42) 478Trump Job Somewhat Approve 2% (7) 23% (88) 63% (237) 13% (47) 378Trump Job Somewhat Disapprove 1% (3) 22% (60) 65% (180) 12% (32) 275Trump Job Strongly Disapprove 4% (40) 20% (187) 70% (659) 6% (55) 942Favorable of Trump 2% (19) 29% (249) 59% (506) 10% (82) 856Unfavorable of Trump 4% (43) 20% (235) 69% (836) 8% (91) 1205Very Favorable of Trump 3% (16) 33% (163) 54% (265) 10% (48) 492Somewhat Favorable of Trump 1% (3) 24% (86) 66% (241) 9% (34) 364Somewhat Unfavorable of Trump 2% (5) 22% (50) 64% (143) 11% (25) 224Very Unfavorable of Trump 4% (38) 19% (185) 71% (693) 7% (65) 981#1 Issue: Economy 3% (22) 23% (174) 65% (483) 9% (67) 747#1 Issue: Security 3% (7) 33% (83) 55% (139) 10% (25) 255#1 Issue: Health Care 2% (8) 19% (80) 69% (291) 11% (46) 425#1 Issue: Medicare / Social Security 2% (7) 22% (72) 64% (205) 11% (36) 320#1 Issue: Women’s Issues 9% (11) 30% (38) 46% (57) 15% (18) 123#1 Issue: Education 6% (7) 22% (25) 54% (61) 17% (19) 112#1 Issue: Energy 13% (11) 16% (13) 67% (55) 4% (3) 83#1 Issue: Other — (0) 24% (33) 65% (88) 10% (14) 1352018 House Vote: Democrat 4% (30) 18% (126) 71% (504) 8% (55) 7142018 House Vote: Republican 2% (13) 28% (177) 62% (389) 8% (53) 6332018 House Vote: Someone else 5% (3) 30% (17) 55% (31) 9% (5) 572016 Vote: Hillary Clinton 5% (31) 18% (124) 70% (477) 7% (50) 6822016 Vote: Donald Trump 2% (13) 28% (195) 63% (436) 7% (51) 6962016 Vote: Other 3% (3) 24% (26) 64% (69) 9% (10) 1092016 Vote: Didn’t Vote 4% (26) 24% (171) 56% (399) 16% (117) 713Voted in 2014: Yes 3% (43) 23% (289) 65% (811) 8% (97) 1239Voted in 2014: No 3% (30) 24% (229) 59% (570) 14% (131) 961

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Table CMS3_2: In light of the outbreak of the coronavirus, are you more or less likely to do each of the following in the next 6 months, or is there nochange?Travel outside of the U.S.

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Adults 3% (73) 24% (518) 63% (1381) 10% (228) 22002012 Vote: Barack Obama 4% (30) 19% (160) 69% (573) 8% (62) 8262012 Vote: Mitt Romney 1% (7) 28% (133) 63% (295) 8% (37) 4712012 Vote: Other — (0) 30% (26) 61% (53) 9% (8) 872012 Vote: Didn’t Vote 4% (36) 24% (199) 56% (459) 15% (121) 8154-Region: Northeast 7% (27) 18% (71) 65% (255) 10% (41) 3944-Region: Midwest 4% (17) 27% (125) 60% (276) 10% (44) 4624-Region: South 2% (15) 24% (195) 64% (528) 10% (86) 8244-Region: West 3% (14) 24% (127) 62% (322) 11% (56) 520Sports fan 3% (48) 23% (318) 65% (902) 9% (123) 1391Traveled outside of U.S. in past year 1+ times 12% (42) 22% (80) 57% (205) 10% (35) 362Frequent Flyer 10% (22) 24% (52) 57% (123) 9% (20) 217Note: Row proportions may total to larger than one-hundred percent due to rounding. For more information visit MorningConsultIntelligence.com.

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Table CMS3_3: In light of the outbreak of the coronavirus, are you more or less likely to do each of the following in the next 6 months, or is there nochange?Stay overnight at a hotel in the U.S.

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Adults 6% (127) 31% (688) 54% (1178) 9% (208) 2200Gender: Male 7% (79) 31% (329) 51% (544) 10% (110) 1062Gender: Female 4% (48) 32% (359) 56% (634) 9% (97) 1138Age: 18-34 7% (46) 29% (190) 50% (327) 14% (92) 655Age: 35-44 8% (28) 36% (129) 50% (179) 6% (21) 358Age: 45-64 6% (41) 31% (236) 55% (410) 9% (64) 751Age: 65+ 3% (11) 30% (133) 60% (263) 7% (30) 436GenZers: 1997-2012 4% (10) 25% (66) 53% (138) 17% (45) 259Millennials: 1981-1996 9% (52) 33% (187) 48% (269) 10% (57) 565GenXers: 1965-1980 7% (39) 35% (189) 49% (261) 9% (47) 537Baby Boomers: 1946-1964 3% (23) 30% (222) 61% (456) 6% (49) 750PID: Dem (no lean) 4% (34) 21% (165) 66% (510) 8% (64) 773PID: Ind (no lean) 6% (43) 33% (248) 50% (370) 11% (85) 747PID: Rep (no lean) 7% (50) 40% (275) 44% (298) 9% (58) 680PID/Gender: DemMen 7% (25) 21% (70) 60% (201) 11% (38) 334PID/Gender: DemWomen 2% (9) 22% (95) 70% (309) 6% (26) 440PID/Gender: Ind Men 7% (25) 30% (105) 52% (183) 11% (40) 352PID/Gender: Ind Women 5% (18) 36% (144) 47% (187) 12% (46) 395PID/Gender: Rep Men 8% (29) 41% (154) 43% (160) 9% (33) 376PID/Gender: Rep Women 7% (21) 40% (120) 45% (137) 8% (25) 304Ideo: Liberal (1-3) 5% (29) 20% (120) 70% (414) 4% (25) 588Ideo: Moderate (4) 6% (37) 33% (208) 51% (321) 9% (58) 624Ideo: Conservative (5-7) 7% (51) 40% (288) 45% (323) 7% (51) 713Educ: < College 5% (80) 32% (480) 51% (775) 12% (177) 1512Educ: Bachelors degree 7% (33) 30% (134) 58% (259) 4% (18) 444Educ: Post-grad 6% (14) 30% (74) 59% (143) 5% (13) 244Income: Under 50k 5% (60) 31% (384) 52% (634) 12% (151) 1229Income: 50k-100k 7% (44) 30% (191) 57% (365) 6% (40) 641Income: 100k+ 7% (22) 34% (113) 54% (178) 5% (16) 330Ethnicity: White 5% (88) 33% (571) 52% (897) 10% (166) 1722

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Adults 6% (127) 31% (688) 54% (1178) 9% (208) 2200Ethnicity: Hispanic 12% (41) 25% (88) 51% (179) 12% (41) 349Ethnicity: Black 9% (26) 28% (77) 54% (147) 9% (24) 274Ethnicity: Other 7% (13) 19% (39) 66% (134) 9% (17) 204All Christian 5% (53) 33% (321) 53% (512) 8% (80) 967All Non-Christian 10% (11) 19% (21) 64% (72) 8% (8) 113Atheist 10% (13) 27% (34) 62% (79) 2% (3) 129Agnostic/Nothing in particular 4% (21) 34% (200) 50% (298) 13% (77) 596Something Else 7% (29) 28% (111) 55% (217) 10% (39) 395Religious Non-Protestant/Catholic 9% (12) 21% (27) 62% (80) 8% (11) 129Evangelical 7% (39) 31% (185) 50% (298) 12% (69) 591Non-Evangelical 6% (41) 32% (236) 56% (417) 6% (46) 739Community: Urban 6% (36) 29% (164) 56% (317) 8% (48) 564Community: Suburban 6% (60) 31% (308) 55% (552) 8% (83) 1003Community: Rural 5% (31) 34% (215) 49% (309) 12% (77) 633Employ: Private Sector 8% (49) 34% (217) 51% (332) 7% (47) 645Employ: Government 9% (13) 35% (50) 47% (66) 9% (12) 141Employ: Self-Employed 9% (16) 33% (58) 50% (89) 9% (15) 179Employ: Homemaker 3% (5) 28% (46) 59% (95) 10% (16) 162Employ: Retired 3% (18) 30% (155) 59% (305) 7% (37) 515Employ: Unemployed 5% (16) 33% (105) 51% (162) 10% (33) 316Employ: Other 5% (6) 27% (35) 43% (56) 26% (34) 132Military HH: Yes 9% (31) 39% (134) 47% (161) 5% (19) 344Military HH: No 5% (96) 30% (554) 55% (1017) 10% (189) 1856RD/WT: Right Direction 9% (53) 39% (223) 41% (239) 11% (63) 578RD/WT: Wrong Track 5% (74) 29% (465) 58% (938) 9% (145) 1622Trump Job Approve 8% (68) 43% (368) 40% (346) 9% (75) 856Trump Job Disapprove 4% (53) 25% (300) 64% (781) 7% (83) 1218

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Adults 6% (127) 31% (688) 54% (1178) 9% (208) 2200Trump Job Strongly Approve 10% (46) 45% (216) 38% (180) 8% (36) 478Trump Job Somewhat Approve 6% (22) 40% (151) 44% (167) 10% (39) 378Trump Job Somewhat Disapprove 3% (7) 33% (90) 57% (158) 7% (20) 275Trump Job Strongly Disapprove 5% (47) 22% (209) 66% (624) 7% (63) 942Favorable of Trump 8% (66) 42% (361) 43% (365) 8% (65) 856Unfavorable of Trump 4% (54) 25% (297) 64% (770) 7% (84) 1205Very Favorable of Trump 10% (51) 45% (220) 37% (182) 8% (39) 492Somewhat Favorable of Trump 4% (15) 39% (141) 50% (182) 7% (26) 364Somewhat Unfavorable of Trump 4% (8) 34% (76) 54% (120) 9% (19) 224Very Unfavorable of Trump 5% (45) 23% (221) 66% (650) 7% (65) 981#1 Issue: Economy 7% (52) 38% (282) 47% (355) 8% (59) 747#1 Issue: Security 8% (20) 43% (109) 44% (111) 6% (15) 255#1 Issue: Health Care 4% (16) 22% (94) 63% (268) 11% (47) 425#1 Issue: Medicare / Social Security 3% (9) 26% (82) 62% (199) 10% (31) 320#1 Issue: Women’s Issues 7% (9) 31% (38) 46% (57) 16% (19) 123#1 Issue: Education 5% (6) 28% (32) 50% (57) 16% (18) 112#1 Issue: Energy 13% (11) 22% (19) 60% (50) 4% (3) 83#1 Issue: Other 4% (5) 25% (33) 60% (82) 11% (15) 1352018 House Vote: Democrat 5% (38) 23% (162) 65% (468) 7% (47) 7142018 House Vote: Republican 7% (45) 41% (259) 45% (284) 7% (46) 6332018 House Vote: Someone else 7% (4) 33% (19) 42% (24) 18% (10) 572016 Vote: Hillary Clinton 5% (32) 23% (159) 65% (446) 7% (45) 6822016 Vote: Donald Trump 7% (50) 40% (280) 46% (320) 7% (46) 6962016 Vote: Other 6% (6) 33% (36) 53% (57) 9% (10) 1092016 Vote: Didn’t Vote 5% (39) 30% (213) 50% (355) 15% (107) 713Voted in 2014: Yes 6% (74) 32% (393) 56% (689) 7% (84) 1239Voted in 2014: No 6% (53) 31% (295) 51% (489) 13% (124) 961

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Adults 6% (127) 31% (688) 54% (1178) 9% (208) 22002012 Vote: Barack Obama 5% (45) 25% (207) 63% (524) 6% (50) 8262012 Vote: Mitt Romney 7% (31) 42% (198) 45% (214) 6% (28) 4712012 Vote: Other 4% (3) 40% (35) 44% (38) 12% (11) 872012 Vote: Didn’t Vote 6% (48) 30% (247) 49% (401) 15% (119) 8154-Region: Northeast 8% (30) 27% (108) 57% (225) 8% (31) 3944-Region: Midwest 4% (18) 33% (152) 53% (244) 11% (49) 4624-Region: South 5% (39) 34% (277) 52% (430) 9% (78) 8244-Region: West 8% (40) 29% (151) 54% (279) 10% (49) 520Sports fan 7% (94) 32% (452) 54% (746) 7% (100) 1391Traveled outside of U.S. in past year 1+ times 12% (42) 29% (104) 49% (178) 10% (37) 362Frequent Flyer 16% (34) 31% (68) 45% (98) 8% (17) 217Note: Row proportions may total to larger than one-hundred percent due to rounding. For more information visit MorningConsultIntelligence.com.

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Adults 3% (70) 25% (542) 62% (1356) 11% (232) 2200Gender: Male 4% (42) 24% (256) 61% (647) 11% (117) 1062Gender: Female 2% (28) 25% (286) 62% (710) 10% (114) 1138Age: 18-34 4% (28) 25% (163) 57% (376) 13% (88) 655Age: 35-44 5% (18) 30% (106) 56% (200) 9% (33) 358Age: 45-64 3% (23) 23% (169) 66% (492) 9% (67) 751Age: 65+ — (1) 24% (104) 66% (288) 10% (43) 436GenZers: 1997-2012 2% (5) 28% (72) 55% (141) 16% (41) 259Millennials: 1981-1996 5% (31) 25% (142) 59% (331) 11% (61) 565GenXers: 1965-1980 4% (23) 25% (132) 61% (326) 10% (55) 537Baby Boomers: 1946-1964 1% (10) 23% (174) 67% (500) 9% (65) 750PID: Dem (no lean) 3% (26) 19% (147) 69% (534) 9% (66) 773PID: Ind (no lean) 2% (17) 26% (198) 58% (436) 13% (96) 747PID: Rep (no lean) 4% (27) 29% (198) 57% (386) 10% (69) 680PID/Gender: DemMen 6% (18) 17% (58) 66% (221) 11% (37) 334PID/Gender: DemWomen 2% (8) 20% (89) 71% (313) 7% (29) 440PID/Gender: Ind Men 2% (7) 25% (88) 61% (215) 12% (42) 352PID/Gender: Ind Women 3% (10) 28% (110) 56% (221) 14% (54) 395PID/Gender: Rep Men 4% (17) 30% (111) 56% (210) 10% (38) 376PID/Gender: Rep Women 3% (10) 28% (86) 58% (176) 10% (31) 304Ideo: Liberal (1-3) 4% (23) 19% (112) 71% (415) 6% (38) 588Ideo: Moderate (4) 2% (14) 26% (162) 63% (394) 9% (54) 624Ideo: Conservative (5-7) 4% (30) 30% (213) 57% (404) 9% (67) 713Educ: < College 3% (40) 26% (397) 59% (886) 13% (189) 1512Educ: Bachelors degree 4% (19) 23% (101) 67% (296) 6% (28) 444Educ: Post-grad 4% (10) 18% (45) 71% (174) 6% (14) 244Income: Under 50k 2% (27) 26% (322) 58% (717) 13% (164) 1229Income: 50k-100k 4% (28) 24% (156) 64% (411) 7% (45) 641Income: 100k+ 4% (15) 19% (64) 69% (229) 7% (22) 330Ethnicity: White 3% (49) 26% (444) 61% (1043) 11% (186) 1722

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Adults 3% (70) 25% (542) 62% (1356) 11% (232) 2200Ethnicity: Hispanic 10% (36) 20% (71) 58% (201) 12% (42) 349Ethnicity: Black 4% (12) 25% (68) 61% (168) 9% (26) 274Ethnicity: Other 4% (9) 15% (30) 71% (145) 10% (20) 204All Christian 3% (27) 25% (239) 63% (611) 9% (90) 967All Non-Christian 8% (9) 16% (19) 68% (77) 8% (9) 113Atheist 11% (14) 27% (35) 60% (77) 2% (3) 129Agnostic/Nothing in particular 2% (12) 25% (150) 59% (351) 14% (82) 596Something Else 2% (9) 25% (99) 61% (240) 12% (47) 395Religious Non-Protestant/Catholic 7% (9) 18% (23) 66% (85) 10% (12) 129Evangelical 3% (19) 27% (160) 57% (339) 12% (73) 591Non-Evangelical 2% (15) 23% (173) 67% (493) 8% (59) 739Community: Urban 4% (21) 23% (133) 62% (352) 10% (59) 564Community: Suburban 3% (34) 23% (228) 65% (650) 9% (92) 1003Community: Rural 2% (15) 29% (182) 56% (355) 13% (81) 633Employ: Private Sector 5% (32) 25% (164) 62% (398) 8% (51) 645Employ: Government 3% (5) 24% (34) 64% (90) 8% (12) 141Employ: Self-Employed 3% (6) 29% (51) 58% (104) 10% (17) 179Employ: Homemaker 1% (1) 18% (29) 70% (114) 11% (18) 162Employ: Retired 2% (10) 25% (129) 63% (323) 10% (53) 515Employ: Unemployed 2% (5) 27% (86) 61% (192) 11% (34) 316Employ: Other 7% (9) 16% (21) 50% (66) 27% (35) 132Military HH: Yes 5% (18) 31% (105) 57% (196) 7% (25) 344Military HH: No 3% (52) 24% (437) 63% (1161) 11% (206) 1856RD/WT: Right Direction 4% (25) 29% (165) 53% (309) 14% (79) 578RD/WT: Wrong Track 3% (45) 23% (377) 65% (1047) 9% (152) 1622Trump Job Approve 3% (22) 31% (267) 56% (475) 11% (92) 856Trump Job Disapprove 3% (38) 21% (257) 69% (834) 7% (88) 1218

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Adults 3% (70) 25% (542) 62% (1356) 11% (232) 2200Trump Job Strongly Approve 4% (17) 33% (160) 52% (250) 11% (51) 478Trump Job Somewhat Approve 1% (5) 28% (107) 60% (225) 11% (41) 378Trump Job Somewhat Disapprove 3% (9) 24% (67) 63% (173) 10% (27) 275Trump Job Strongly Disapprove 3% (30) 20% (190) 70% (661) 7% (62) 942Favorable of Trump 3% (29) 31% (263) 56% (479) 10% (85) 856Unfavorable of Trump 3% (31) 21% (248) 69% (836) 7% (89) 1205Very Favorable of Trump 4% (19) 33% (163) 52% (254) 11% (56) 492Somewhat Favorable of Trump 3% (10) 27% (100) 62% (225) 8% (29) 364Somewhat Unfavorable of Trump 2% (5) 24% (53) 64% (144) 10% (22) 224Very Unfavorable of Trump 3% (26) 20% (195) 71% (692) 7% (67) 981#1 Issue: Economy 2% (16) 27% (198) 63% (470) 8% (62) 747#1 Issue: Security 3% (8) 33% (85) 54% (138) 9% (24) 255#1 Issue: Health Care 3% (13) 18% (75) 68% (289) 11% (48) 425#1 Issue: Medicare / Social Security 1% (4) 24% (76) 64% (203) 11% (36) 320#1 Issue: Women’s Issues 5% (6) 30% (37) 48% (59) 17% (21) 123#1 Issue: Education 7% (8) 21% (23) 52% (58) 20% (23) 112#1 Issue: Energy 17% (14) 15% (12) 65% (54) 3% (2) 83#1 Issue: Other — (0) 26% (35) 63% (85) 12% (16) 1352018 House Vote: Democrat 3% (24) 19% (138) 69% (495) 8% (57) 7142018 House Vote: Republican 3% (20) 30% (187) 58% (367) 9% (59) 6332018 House Vote: Someone else 8% (5) 23% (13) 59% (33) 10% (6) 572016 Vote: Hillary Clinton 3% (19) 20% (140) 70% (478) 7% (45) 6822016 Vote: Donald Trump 3% (22) 29% (202) 59% (411) 9% (61) 6962016 Vote: Other 1% (1) 25% (27) 64% (69) 10% (11) 1092016 Vote: Didn’t Vote 4% (28) 24% (173) 56% (398) 16% (115) 713Voted in 2014: Yes 3% (40) 25% (306) 64% (791) 8% (102) 1239Voted in 2014: No 3% (30) 25% (236) 59% (565) 14% (130) 961

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Adults 3% (70) 25% (542) 62% (1356) 11% (232) 22002012 Vote: Barack Obama 3% (24) 21% (172) 69% (569) 7% (61) 8262012 Vote: Mitt Romney 3% (16) 29% (137) 59% (277) 9% (41) 4712012 Vote: Other — (0) 30% (26) 59% (51) 11% (9) 872012 Vote: Didn’t Vote 4% (30) 25% (207) 56% (457) 15% (120) 8154-Region: Northeast 6% (24) 19% (76) 65% (256) 10% (37) 3944-Region: Midwest 3% (15) 27% (127) 59% (271) 11% (50) 4624-Region: South 2% (15) 26% (211) 62% (509) 11% (90) 8244-Region: West 3% (16) 25% (129) 62% (321) 10% (54) 520Sports fan 4% (55) 24% (338) 63% (874) 9% (123) 1391Traveled outside of U.S. in past year 1+ times 11% (40) 22% (81) 56% (203) 10% (38) 362Frequent Flyer 10% (22) 23% (50) 55% (119) 12% (26) 217Note: Row proportions may total to larger than one-hundred percent due to rounding. For more information visit MorningConsultIntelligence.com.

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Table CMS3_5: In light of the outbreak of the coronavirus, are you more or less likely to do each of the following in the next 6 months, or is there nochange?Travel within Asia

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Adults 2% (52) 22% (487) 64% (1405) 12% (256) 2200Gender: Male 3% (31) 21% (223) 65% (692) 11% (116) 1062Gender: Female 2% (21) 23% (264) 63% (713) 12% (140) 1138Age: 18-34 4% (26) 23% (149) 58% (382) 15% (98) 655Age: 35-44 2% (8) 26% (93) 62% (221) 10% (37) 358Age: 45-64 2% (15) 21% (155) 67% (506) 10% (75) 751Age: 65+ 1% (4) 21% (90) 68% (296) 11% (47) 436GenZers: 1997-2012 3% (7) 26% (66) 55% (143) 17% (43) 259Millennials: 1981-1996 4% (21) 22% (126) 61% (347) 13% (71) 565GenXers: 1965-1980 3% (14) 22% (116) 64% (343) 12% (63) 537Baby Boomers: 1946-1964 1% (9) 21% (159) 68% (513) 9% (68) 750PID: Dem (no lean) 2% (16) 19% (149) 69% (532) 10% (77) 773PID: Ind (no lean) 3% (23) 22% (166) 61% (456) 14% (101) 747PID: Rep (no lean) 2% (13) 25% (172) 61% (417) 12% (78) 680PID/Gender: DemMen 3% (10) 17% (58) 68% (227) 12% (39) 334PID/Gender: DemWomen 1% (5) 21% (91) 69% (305) 9% (38) 440PID/Gender: Ind Men 4% (13) 20% (71) 65% (229) 11% (39) 352PID/Gender: Ind Women 3% (10) 24% (96) 58% (227) 16% (62) 395PID/Gender: Rep Men 2% (7) 25% (94) 63% (236) 10% (39) 376PID/Gender: Rep Women 2% (6) 25% (77) 60% (181) 13% (40) 304Ideo: Liberal (1-3) 3% (20) 18% (107) 72% (423) 7% (39) 588Ideo: Moderate (4) 2% (12) 25% (157) 63% (392) 10% (63) 624Ideo: Conservative (5-7) 2% (17) 25% (176) 63% (447) 10% (72) 713Educ: < College 2% (32) 23% (347) 61% (926) 14% (207) 1512Educ: Bachelors degree 3% (12) 23% (100) 69% (305) 6% (27) 444Educ: Post-grad 3% (8) 16% (39) 71% (174) 9% (23) 244Income: Under 50k 2% (25) 24% (295) 59% (730) 15% (179) 1229Income: 50k-100k 3% (18) 21% (134) 68% (434) 8% (54) 641Income: 100k+ 3% (9) 17% (58) 73% (241) 7% (23) 330Ethnicity: White 2% (36) 23% (392) 64% (1100) 11% (194) 1722

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Adults 2% (52) 22% (487) 64% (1405) 12% (256) 2200Ethnicity: Hispanic 8% (29) 17% (60) 61% (214) 13% (46) 349Ethnicity: Black 4% (10) 22% (59) 61% (168) 14% (37) 274Ethnicity: Other 3% (5) 18% (36) 68% (138) 12% (25) 204All Christian 2% (24) 23% (222) 64% (624) 10% (98) 967All Non-Christian 3% (4) 18% (20) 70% (79) 9% (10) 113Atheist 5% (7) 21% (27) 72% (93) 2% (2) 129Agnostic/Nothing in particular 2% (9) 23% (138) 60% (355) 16% (94) 596Something Else 2% (9) 20% (80) 64% (255) 13% (52) 395Religious Non-Protestant/Catholic 3% (4) 19% (24) 68% (88) 10% (13) 129Evangelical 3% (17) 23% (137) 61% (358) 13% (79) 591Non-Evangelical 2% (15) 21% (158) 68% (500) 9% (66) 739Community: Urban 2% (12) 22% (125) 63% (357) 12% (69) 564Community: Suburban 3% (28) 20% (204) 67% (676) 10% (96) 1003Community: Rural 2% (12) 25% (157) 59% (372) 14% (92) 633Employ: Private Sector 3% (20) 23% (147) 65% (420) 9% (58) 645Employ: Government 2% (3) 22% (31) 64% (91) 11% (16) 141Employ: Self-Employed 4% (7) 24% (44) 62% (111) 10% (18) 179Employ: Homemaker 2% (3) 14% (23) 71% (115) 13% (21) 162Employ: Retired 1% (7) 23% (118) 65% (333) 11% (56) 515Employ: Unemployed — (1) 26% (82) 62% (195) 12% (38) 316Employ: Other 7% (9) 13% (17) 52% (68) 28% (37) 132Military HH: Yes 3% (11) 29% (99) 59% (205) 9% (30) 344Military HH: No 2% (41) 21% (388) 65% (1200) 12% (227) 1856RD/WT: Right Direction 3% (19) 25% (147) 57% (330) 14% (82) 578RD/WT: Wrong Track 2% (33) 21% (339) 66% (1075) 11% (175) 1622Trump Job Approve 1% (12) 27% (229) 60% (513) 12% (102) 856Trump Job Disapprove 3% (31) 20% (243) 69% (841) 8% (103) 1218

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Adults 2% (52) 22% (487) 64% (1405) 12% (256) 2200Trump Job Strongly Approve 2% (8) 30% (145) 57% (274) 11% (51) 478Trump Job Somewhat Approve 1% (5) 22% (84) 63% (239) 13% (51) 378Trump Job Somewhat Disapprove — (1) 22% (59) 67% (185) 11% (30) 275Trump Job Strongly Disapprove 3% (29) 19% (183) 70% (656) 8% (73) 942Favorable of Trump 1% (10) 26% (225) 61% (525) 11% (96) 856Unfavorable of Trump 2% (30) 20% (238) 69% (835) 8% (102) 1205Very Favorable of Trump 1% (7) 30% (146) 57% (281) 12% (58) 492Somewhat Favorable of Trump 1% (3) 22% (79) 67% (244) 10% (38) 364Somewhat Unfavorable of Trump 2% (5) 21% (48) 66% (147) 11% (24) 224Very Unfavorable of Trump 3% (25) 19% (190) 70% (688) 8% (78) 981#1 Issue: Economy 1% (7) 22% (165) 66% (497) 11% (79) 747#1 Issue: Security 3% (7) 30% (77) 57% (145) 10% (26) 255#1 Issue: Health Care 2% (9) 17% (71) 68% (291) 13% (55) 425#1 Issue: Medicare / Social Security 2% (6) 21% (67) 65% (209) 12% (37) 320#1 Issue: Women’s Issues 7% (9) 31% (38) 46% (56) 17% (20) 123#1 Issue: Education 5% (6) 17% (19) 59% (66) 19% (21) 112#1 Issue: Energy 9% (7) 21% (17) 66% (55) 4% (3) 83#1 Issue: Other 1% (1) 24% (33) 64% (86) 11% (15) 1352018 House Vote: Democrat 2% (15) 19% (137) 69% (494) 10% (68) 7142018 House Vote: Republican 1% (8) 26% (165) 62% (394) 10% (66) 6332018 House Vote: Someone else 6% (4) 27% (16) 55% (31) 12% (7) 572016 Vote: Hillary Clinton 3% (18) 20% (134) 69% (473) 8% (56) 6822016 Vote: Donald Trump 1% (8) 25% (172) 65% (452) 9% (64) 6962016 Vote: Other 3% (3) 26% (28) 61% (66) 11% (12) 1092016 Vote: Didn’t Vote 3% (22) 21% (153) 58% (414) 17% (125) 713Voted in 2014: Yes 2% (19) 23% (285) 66% (822) 9% (113) 1239Voted in 2014: No 3% (32) 21% (202) 61% (583) 15% (143) 961

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Table CMS3_5: In light of the outbreak of the coronavirus, are you more or less likely to do each of the following in the next 6 months, or is there nochange?Travel within Asia

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Adults 2% (52) 22% (487) 64% (1405) 12% (256) 22002012 Vote: Barack Obama 2% (14) 20% (165) 70% (578) 8% (69) 8262012 Vote: Mitt Romney 1% (5) 26% (123) 63% (299) 10% (45) 4712012 Vote: Other — (0) 27% (24) 61% (53) 12% (10) 872012 Vote: Didn’t Vote 4% (33) 22% (175) 58% (474) 16% (132) 8154-Region: Northeast 5% (20) 16% (62) 68% (270) 11% (42) 3944-Region: Midwest 3% (13) 26% (119) 61% (281) 11% (49) 4624-Region: South 1% (10) 23% (190) 63% (519) 13% (105) 8244-Region: West 2% (9) 22% (116) 65% (336) 11% (60) 520Sports fan 2% (32) 21% (296) 66% (924) 10% (138) 1391Traveled outside of U.S. in past year 1+ times 9% (31) 18% (66) 62% (224) 11% (41) 362Frequent Flyer 7% (15) 21% (46) 61% (131) 12% (25) 217Note: Row proportions may total to larger than one-hundred percent due to rounding. For more information visit MorningConsultIntelligence.com.

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Table CMS3_6: In light of the outbreak of the coronavirus, are you more or less likely to do each of the following in the next 6 months, or is there nochange?Travel within Europe

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Adults 3% (66) 22% (489) 63% (1395) 11% (249) 2200Gender: Male 4% (46) 20% (217) 64% (677) 12% (122) 1062Gender: Female 2% (20) 24% (273) 63% (718) 11% (127) 1138Age: 18-34 5% (34) 22% (145) 58% (382) 14% (95) 655Age: 35-44 4% (16) 26% (94) 60% (216) 9% (32) 358Age: 45-64 2% (14) 21% (158) 67% (504) 10% (75) 751Age: 65+ 1% (3) 21% (92) 67% (293) 11% (48) 436GenZers: 1997-2012 2% (5) 25% (65) 57% (149) 16% (40) 259Millennials: 1981-1996 6% (36) 22% (124) 60% (337) 12% (69) 565GenXers: 1965-1980 4% (21) 22% (117) 63% (339) 11% (60) 537Baby Boomers: 1946-1964 1% (4) 22% (166) 68% (511) 9% (69) 750PID: Dem (no lean) 3% (23) 19% (145) 69% (533) 9% (72) 773PID: Ind (no lean) 3% (20) 22% (168) 61% (459) 13% (101) 747PID: Rep (no lean) 4% (24) 26% (176) 59% (404) 11% (77) 680PID/Gender: DemMen 5% (17) 16% (54) 67% (223) 12% (40) 334PID/Gender: DemWomen 1% (6) 21% (92) 70% (310) 7% (32) 440PID/Gender: Ind Men 3% (11) 20% (70) 65% (228) 12% (43) 352PID/Gender: Ind Women 2% (9) 25% (98) 58% (230) 15% (57) 395PID/Gender: Rep Men 5% (18) 25% (93) 60% (226) 10% (39) 376PID/Gender: Rep Women 2% (6) 27% (83) 59% (178) 12% (38) 304Ideo: Liberal (1-3) 4% (25) 18% (109) 71% (420) 6% (35) 588Ideo: Moderate (4) 1% (9) 25% (156) 63% (393) 11% (67) 624Ideo: Conservative (5-7) 4% (31) 25% (181) 61% (432) 10% (70) 713Educ: < College 2% (32) 23% (353) 61% (923) 14% (204) 1512Educ: Bachelors degree 5% (23) 22% (99) 67% (297) 6% (25) 444Educ: Post-grad 5% (11) 15% (37) 72% (175) 8% (20) 244Income: Under 50k 2% (26) 24% (294) 60% (739) 14% (171) 1229Income: 50k-100k 4% (27) 22% (138) 66% (421) 9% (55) 641Income: 100k+ 4% (14) 17% (57) 71% (236) 7% (24) 330Ethnicity: White 2% (42) 23% (404) 63% (1079) 11% (196) 1722

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Table CMS3_6: In light of the outbreak of the coronavirus, are you more or less likely to do each of the following in the next 6 months, or is there nochange?Travel within Europe

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Adults 3% (66) 22% (489) 63% (1395) 11% (249) 2200Ethnicity: Hispanic 11% (38) 17% (59) 60% (211) 12% (41) 349Ethnicity: Black 7% (19) 19% (53) 63% (173) 11% (29) 274Ethnicity: Other 3% (6) 16% (32) 70% (143) 12% (24) 204All Christian 2% (21) 23% (224) 65% (625) 10% (97) 967All Non-Christian 13% (15) 12% (13) 65% (73) 10% (11) 113Atheist 8% (10) 24% (31) 65% (84) 4% (5) 129Agnostic/Nothing in particular 2% (11) 24% (141) 59% (354) 15% (91) 596Something Else 3% (10) 20% (80) 66% (259) 12% (46) 395Religious Non-Protestant/Catholic 12% (16) 12% (16) 64% (82) 12% (15) 129Evangelical 3% (21) 24% (144) 60% (354) 12% (72) 591Non-Evangelical 1% (9) 21% (155) 69% (511) 9% (64) 739Community: Urban 4% (22) 23% (130) 63% (353) 11% (60) 564Community: Suburban 3% (33) 20% (204) 66% (662) 10% (103) 1003Community: Rural 2% (12) 25% (155) 60% (380) 14% (86) 633Employ: Private Sector 5% (35) 24% (153) 62% (403) 8% (54) 645Employ: Government 1% (1) 21% (29) 68% (95) 11% (15) 141Employ: Self-Employed 5% (9) 25% (44) 60% (108) 10% (18) 179Employ: Homemaker 2% (3) 16% (25) 69% (112) 13% (21) 162Employ: Retired 1% (4) 23% (119) 64% (331) 12% (62) 515Employ: Unemployed 1% (5) 25% (81) 64% (203) 9% (28) 316Employ: Other 7% (9) 13% (17) 50% (66) 30% (40) 132Military HH: Yes 5% (17) 27% (94) 60% (205) 8% (28) 344Military HH: No 3% (49) 21% (395) 64% (1190) 12% (222) 1856RD/WT: Right Direction 4% (24) 24% (138) 58% (336) 14% (80) 578RD/WT: Wrong Track 3% (42) 22% (351) 65% (1059) 10% (169) 1622Trump Job Approve 2% (21) 27% (228) 60% (513) 11% (94) 856Trump Job Disapprove 3% (41) 20% (244) 68% (831) 8% (101) 1218

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Table CMS3_6: In light of the outbreak of the coronavirus, are you more or less likely to do each of the following in the next 6 months, or is there nochange?Travel within Europe

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Adults 3% (66) 22% (489) 63% (1395) 11% (249) 2200Trump Job Strongly Approve 3% (14) 30% (142) 58% (276) 10% (46) 478Trump Job Somewhat Approve 2% (7) 23% (86) 63% (237) 13% (48) 378Trump Job Somewhat Disapprove 3% (8) 20% (55) 66% (183) 11% (29) 275Trump Job Strongly Disapprove 4% (33) 20% (189) 69% (648) 8% (71) 942Favorable of Trump 3% (26) 27% (227) 60% (515) 10% (88) 856Unfavorable of Trump 3% (32) 20% (239) 69% (832) 8% (101) 1205Very Favorable of Trump 4% (18) 29% (143) 58% (283) 10% (48) 492Somewhat Favorable of Trump 2% (8) 23% (85) 64% (232) 11% (40) 364Somewhat Unfavorable of Trump 2% (4) 20% (44) 68% (153) 10% (22) 224Very Unfavorable of Trump 3% (28) 20% (195) 69% (679) 8% (79) 981#1 Issue: Economy 2% (12) 23% (169) 66% (496) 9% (70) 747#1 Issue: Security 2% (6) 32% (81) 55% (141) 11% (28) 255#1 Issue: Health Care 3% (13) 18% (76) 67% (286) 12% (50) 425#1 Issue: Medicare / Social Security 1% (4) 21% (66) 65% (208) 13% (42) 320#1 Issue: Women’s Issues 8% (10) 28% (34) 50% (61) 14% (17) 123#1 Issue: Education 6% (6) 15% (17) 60% (68) 19% (21) 112#1 Issue: Energy 19% (15) 16% (13) 61% (51) 5% (4) 83#1 Issue: Other — (0) 25% (33) 63% (85) 12% (17) 1352018 House Vote: Democrat 3% (20) 19% (136) 69% (494) 9% (64) 7142018 House Vote: Republican 4% (23) 26% (166) 60% (380) 10% (64) 6332018 House Vote: Someone else 6% (3) 25% (14) 60% (34) 10% (6) 572016 Vote: Hillary Clinton 3% (21) 20% (138) 69% (471) 8% (51) 6822016 Vote: Donald Trump 4% (24) 24% (170) 62% (432) 10% (69) 6962016 Vote: Other 3% (3) 25% (27) 62% (67) 11% (12) 1092016 Vote: Didn’t Vote 3% (18) 22% (154) 60% (425) 16% (117) 713Voted in 2014: Yes 3% (42) 23% (280) 65% (804) 9% (112) 1239Voted in 2014: No 3% (24) 22% (209) 61% (591) 14% (137) 961

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Table CMS3_6: In light of the outbreak of the coronavirus, are you more or less likely to do each of the following in the next 6 months, or is there nochange?Travel within Europe

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Adults 3% (66) 22% (489) 63% (1395) 11% (249) 22002012 Vote: Barack Obama 3% (25) 19% (160) 70% (578) 8% (62) 8262012 Vote: Mitt Romney 2% (11) 26% (122) 62% (292) 10% (46) 4712012 Vote: Other 1% (1) 30% (26) 57% (50) 12% (10) 872012 Vote: Didn’t Vote 4% (29) 22% (181) 58% (474) 16% (131) 8154-Region: Northeast 6% (23) 15% (61) 68% (269) 10% (41) 3944-Region: Midwest 3% (16) 26% (121) 60% (277) 10% (49) 4624-Region: South 1% (10) 23% (188) 64% (524) 12% (102) 8244-Region: West 3% (18) 23% (119) 63% (326) 11% (57) 520Sports fan 4% (51) 22% (303) 65% (907) 9% (129) 1391Traveled outside of U.S. in past year 1+ times 13% (46) 18% (65) 58% (211) 11% (40) 362Frequent Flyer 12% (27) 21% (45) 55% (119) 12% (26) 217Note: Row proportions may total to larger than one-hundred percent due to rounding. For more information visit MorningConsultIntelligence.com.

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Table CMS4_1: And do you expect to spend more or less on the following because of the coronavirus, or is there no change?Health care

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Adults 21% (458) 65% (1441) 5% (116) 8% (186) 2200Gender: Male 21% (221) 67% (710) 5% (50) 8% (81) 1062Gender: Female 21% (236) 64% (731) 6% (66) 9% (105) 1138Age: 18-34 25% (164) 54% (354) 5% (32) 16% (106) 655Age: 35-44 25% (90) 65% (232) 6% (20) 4% (16) 358Age: 45-64 17% (126) 71% (536) 6% (47) 6% (43) 751Age: 65+ 18% (79) 73% (319) 4% (17) 5% (21) 436GenZers: 1997-2012 25% (65) 54% (140) 3% (9) 17% (45) 259Millennials: 1981-1996 24% (135) 59% (332) 5% (29) 12% (70) 565GenXers: 1965-1980 22% (119) 66% (354) 6% (32) 6% (31) 537Baby Boomers: 1946-1964 16% (117) 73% (549) 6% (44) 5% (39) 750PID: Dem (no lean) 26% (203) 60% (468) 6% (48) 7% (54) 773PID: Ind (no lean) 19% (138) 65% (484) 6% (43) 11% (82) 747PID: Rep (no lean) 17% (116) 72% (490) 4% (25) 7% (49) 680PID/Gender: DemMen 30% (100) 58% (194) 6% (20) 6% (20) 334PID/Gender: DemWomen 23% (103) 62% (274) 6% (28) 8% (35) 440PID/Gender: Ind Men 17% (59) 67% (237) 5% (16) 11% (39) 352PID/Gender: Ind Women 20% (79) 62% (246) 7% (26) 11% (43) 395PID/Gender: Rep Men 16% (62) 74% (279) 4% (13) 6% (22) 376PID/Gender: Rep Women 18% (54) 69% (211) 4% (12) 9% (27) 304Ideo: Liberal (1-3) 24% (142) 65% (382) 6% (33) 5% (31) 588Ideo: Moderate (4) 21% (131) 67% (416) 6% (39) 6% (38) 624Ideo: Conservative (5-7) 16% (117) 73% (519) 4% (30) 7% (47) 713Educ: < College 20% (299) 65% (976) 5% (81) 10% (156) 1512Educ: Bachelors degree 21% (93) 70% (312) 5% (22) 4% (17) 444Educ: Post-grad 27% (66) 63% (153) 5% (13) 5% (13) 244Income: Under 50k 20% (244) 63% (773) 6% (74) 11% (138) 1229Income: 50k-100k 21% (138) 69% (442) 4% (27) 5% (34) 641Income: 100k+ 23% (77) 68% (226) 4% (15) 4% (13) 330Ethnicity: White 18% (317) 68% (1177) 5% (88) 8% (140) 1722Ethnicity: Hispanic 28% (98) 54% (189) 6% (21) 12% (41) 349

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Adults 21% (458) 65% (1441) 5% (116) 8% (186) 2200Ethnicity: Black 30% (83) 54% (149) 7% (19) 9% (24) 274Ethnicity: Other 29% (58) 56% (114) 5% (9) 11% (22) 204All Christian 20% (193) 70% (676) 4% (41) 6% (57) 967All Non-Christian 32% (37) 58% (66) 3% (4) 6% (7) 113Atheist 13% (17) 75% (96) 9% (12) 3% (3) 129Agnostic/Nothing in particular 20% (117) 61% (365) 6% (34) 13% (80) 596Something Else 24% (94) 60% (238) 6% (25) 10% (38) 395Religious Non-Protestant/Catholic 31% (39) 59% (76) 3% (4) 8% (10) 129Evangelical 23% (136) 65% (383) 4% (26) 8% (46) 591Non-Evangelical 20% (146) 69% (510) 5% (39) 6% (44) 739Community: Urban 28% (156) 57% (324) 6% (36) 9% (48) 564Community: Suburban 19% (191) 68% (682) 5% (50) 8% (80) 1003Community: Rural 17% (110) 69% (434) 5% (30) 9% (58) 633Employ: Private Sector 24% (158) 65% (417) 4% (27) 7% (43) 645Employ: Government 21% (30) 69% (97) 5% (7) 5% (7) 141Employ: Self-Employed 19% (33) 63% (112) 9% (16) 10% (17) 179Employ: Homemaker 25% (40) 62% (100) 5% (7) 9% (14) 162Employ: Retired 18% (91) 73% (375) 5% (28) 4% (22) 515Employ: Unemployed 21% (67) 60% (191) 7% (21) 12% (37) 316Employ: Other 14% (18) 60% (79) 3% (4) 23% (30) 132Military HH: Yes 17% (57) 71% (245) 6% (20) 6% (22) 344Military HH: No 22% (400) 64% (1196) 5% (96) 9% (163) 1856RD/WT: Right Direction 20% (114) 67% (386) 6% (34) 8% (45) 578RD/WT: Wrong Track 21% (344) 65% (1055) 5% (81) 9% (141) 1622Trump Job Approve 17% (146) 71% (611) 5% (42) 7% (58) 856Trump Job Disapprove 23% (283) 64% (778) 6% (71) 7% (86) 1218Trump Job Strongly Approve 16% (77) 73% (349) 5% (26) 6% (27) 478Trump Job Somewhat Approve 18% (69) 69% (261) 4% (17) 8% (31) 378Trump Job Somewhat Disapprove 23% (63) 64% (175) 5% (15) 8% (23) 275Trump Job Strongly Disapprove 23% (221) 64% (603) 6% (56) 7% (63) 942

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Table CMS4_1: And do you expect to spend more or less on the following because of the coronavirus, or is there no change?Health care

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Adults 21% (458) 65% (1441) 5% (116) 8% (186) 2200Favorable of Trump 18% (153) 71% (605) 5% (45) 6% (53) 856Unfavorable of Trump 23% (282) 64% (773) 6% (67) 7% (83) 1205Very Favorable of Trump 17% (85) 72% (353) 5% (26) 6% (28) 492Somewhat Favorable of Trump 19% (68) 69% (253) 5% (19) 7% (25) 364Somewhat Unfavorable of Trump 24% (53) 63% (142) 6% (14) 7% (15) 224Very Unfavorable of Trump 23% (229) 64% (631) 5% (53) 7% (68) 981#1 Issue: Economy 22% (163) 68% (507) 5% (34) 6% (43) 747#1 Issue: Security 16% (41) 74% (190) 4% (10) 5% (13) 255#1 Issue: Health Care 22% (94) 65% (274) 5% (19) 9% (37) 425#1 Issue: Medicare / Social Security 19% (62) 67% (215) 7% (21) 7% (21) 320#1 Issue: Women’s Issues 21% (26) 50% (62) 7% (9) 21% (26) 123#1 Issue: Education 21% (24) 53% (60) 5% (6) 20% (22) 112#1 Issue: Energy 23% (19) 59% (49) 9% (8) 9% (7) 83#1 Issue: Other 20% (28) 62% (84) 6% (8) 12% (16) 1352018 House Vote: Democrat 25% (180) 64% (457) 6% (41) 5% (36) 7142018 House Vote: Republican 15% (98) 76% (478) 4% (26) 5% (31) 6332018 House Vote: Someone else 15% (9) 59% (33) 11% (6) 15% (9) 572016 Vote: Hillary Clinton 26% (179) 65% (443) 5% (37) 3% (23) 6822016 Vote: Donald Trump 16% (114) 74% (512) 5% (35) 5% (35) 6962016 Vote: Other 10% (11) 72% (78) 6% (7) 12% (13) 1092016 Vote: Didn’t Vote 21% (153) 57% (407) 5% (37) 16% (116) 713Voted in 2014: Yes 21% (262) 69% (856) 5% (62) 5% (59) 1239Voted in 2014: No 20% (196) 61% (585) 6% (53) 13% (126) 9612012 Vote: Barack Obama 25% (209) 64% (532) 6% (46) 5% (39) 8262012 Vote: Mitt Romney 15% (70) 77% (363) 3% (16) 5% (22) 4712012 Vote: Other 8% (7) 76% (66) 7% (6) 9% (8) 872012 Vote: Didn’t Vote 21% (171) 59% (479) 6% (47) 14% (117) 815

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Adults 21% (458) 65% (1441) 5% (116) 8% (186) 22004-Region: Northeast 22% (86) 65% (258) 6% (23) 7% (27) 3944-Region: Midwest 17% (80) 73% (336) 4% (17) 6% (30) 4624-Region: South 23% (193) 63% (515) 6% (48) 8% (68) 8244-Region: West 19% (99) 64% (332) 5% (28) 12% (62) 520Sports fan 22% (310) 66% (919) 5% (65) 7% (96) 1391Traveled outside of U.S. in past year 1+ times 29% (105) 55% (200) 5% (20) 10% (38) 362Frequent Flyer 26% (56) 63% (137) 5% (10) 6% (14) 217Note: Row proportions may total to larger than one-hundred percent due to rounding. For more information visit MorningConsultIntelligence.com.

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Table CMS4_2: And do you expect to spend more or less on the following because of the coronavirus, or is there no change?American goods

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Adults 34% (751) 53% (1177) 3% (73) 9% (200) 2200Ethnicity: Black 28% (77) 50% (136) 8% (21) 15% (41) 274Ethnicity: Other 26% (53) 57% (117) 4% (8) 13% (26) 204All Christian 41% (400) 51% (494) 1% (13) 6% (59) 967All Non-Christian 31% (35) 50% (57) 9% (10) 10% (12) 113Atheist 24% (31) 67% (87) 2% (2) 7% (9) 129Agnostic/Nothing in particular 25% (148) 59% (352) 4% (21) 13% (75) 596Something Else 35% (137) 47% (187) 7% (27) 11% (45) 395Religious Non-Protestant/Catholic 32% (41) 51% (66) 8% (10) 9% (12) 129Evangelical 39% (230) 48% (282) 3% (17) 10% (61) 591Non-Evangelical 40% (296) 52% (381) 3% (22) 5% (41) 739Community: Urban 34% (190) 50% (280) 6% (32) 11% (63) 564Community: Suburban 33% (330) 57% (575) 2% (24) 7% (73) 1003Community: Rural 36% (231) 51% (322) 3% (17) 10% (63) 633Employ: Private Sector 35% (229) 56% (359) 2% (15) 7% (43) 645Employ: Government 35% (49) 55% (78) 3% (5) 7% (9) 141Employ: Self-Employed 26% (47) 56% (101) 6% (11) 12% (21) 179Employ: Homemaker 26% (42) 54% (87) 8% (12) 13% (20) 162Employ: Retired 40% (203) 55% (283) 1% (8) 4% (20) 515Employ: Unemployed 36% (114) 48% (151) 5% (15) 11% (36) 316Employ: Other 31% (41) 43% (57) 3% (4) 22% (29) 132Military HH: Yes 39% (135) 52% (181) 3% (10) 5% (19) 344Military HH: No 33% (616) 54% (996) 3% (63) 10% (181) 1856RD/WT: Right Direction 43% (248) 44% (254) 5% (31) 8% (46) 578RD/WT: Wrong Track 31% (503) 57% (923) 3% (42) 9% (153) 1622Trump Job Approve 45% (388) 47% (401) 2% (21) 5% (47) 856Trump Job Disapprove 28% (347) 60% (727) 3% (40) 8% (103) 1218Trump Job Strongly Approve 51% (246) 43% (208) 2% (11) 3% (14) 478Trump Job Somewhat Approve 38% (142) 51% (193) 3% (10) 9% (33) 378Trump Job Somewhat Disapprove 28% (76) 61% (168) 4% (12) 7% (19) 275Trump Job Strongly Disapprove 29% (271) 59% (560) 3% (28) 9% (84) 942

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Adults 3% (74) 42% (916) 41% (894) 14% (316) 2200Ethnicity: Black 3% (8) 48% (131) 32% (89) 17% (47) 274Ethnicity: Other 5% (11) 53% (108) 27% (54) 15% (32) 204All Christian 3% (34) 35% (338) 50% (480) 12% (115) 967All Non-Christian 2% (2) 53% (59) 31% (35) 15% (16) 113Atheist 6% (7) 56% (72) 29% (38) 9% (12) 129Agnostic/Nothing in particular 3% (18) 48% (284) 30% (180) 19% (115) 596Something Else 4% (14) 41% (162) 41% (162) 15% (58) 395Religious Non-Protestant/Catholic 2% (3) 52% (67) 30% (39) 15% (19) 129Evangelical 4% (25) 36% (211) 48% (281) 12% (74) 591Non-Evangelical 3% (22) 37% (277) 47% (350) 12% (91) 739Community: Urban 4% (24) 43% (243) 37% (209) 16% (89) 564Community: Suburban 3% (27) 46% (457) 38% (383) 13% (135) 1003Community: Rural 4% (23) 34% (216) 48% (302) 14% (92) 633Employ: Private Sector 3% (21) 47% (305) 38% (243) 12% (77) 645Employ: Government 5% (7) 46% (64) 36% (51) 13% (19) 141Employ: Self-Employed 3% (5) 47% (84) 34% (61) 16% (29) 179Employ: Homemaker — (1) 37% (59) 45% (73) 18% (28) 162Employ: Retired 2% (12) 35% (180) 50% (256) 13% (66) 515Employ: Unemployed 8% (25) 33% (105) 45% (141) 14% (46) 316Employ: Other 1% (2) 38% (50) 33% (43) 28% (37) 132Military HH: Yes 1% (4) 39% (135) 48% (164) 12% (41) 344Military HH: No 4% (70) 42% (780) 39% (730) 15% (275) 1856RD/WT: Right Direction 4% (25) 35% (201) 48% (279) 13% (73) 578RD/WT: Wrong Track 3% (49) 44% (715) 38% (615) 15% (243) 1622Trump Job Approve 3% (22) 32% (274) 54% (458) 12% (102) 856Trump Job Disapprove 4% (49) 50% (609) 33% (402) 13% (157) 1218Trump Job Strongly Approve 3% (12) 30% (143) 59% (281) 9% (41) 478Trump Job Somewhat Approve 3% (10) 34% (130) 47% (177) 16% (61) 378Trump Job Somewhat Disapprove 4% (12) 44% (121) 38% (104) 14% (39) 275Trump Job Strongly Disapprove 4% (37) 52% (489) 32% (298) 13% (119) 942

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Adults 3% (74) 42% (916) 41% (894) 14% (316) 2200Favorable of Trump 2% (19) 31% (267) 55% (470) 12% (100) 856Unfavorable of Trump 4% (45) 51% (612) 32% (391) 13% (156) 1205Very Favorable of Trump 2% (10) 29% (141) 60% (293) 10% (48) 492Somewhat Favorable of Trump 2% (9) 35% (126) 48% (176) 14% (53) 364Somewhat Unfavorable of Trump 3% (7) 46% (104) 33% (75) 17% (38) 224Very Unfavorable of Trump 4% (38) 52% (508) 32% (316) 12% (118) 981#1 Issue: Economy 3% (25) 41% (308) 44% (328) 12% (86) 747#1 Issue: Security 2% (6) 36% (92) 54% (138) 7% (19) 255#1 Issue: Health Care 3% (14) 50% (214) 32% (134) 15% (62) 425#1 Issue: Medicare / Social Security 3% (10) 31% (100) 48% (152) 18% (57) 320#1 Issue: Women’s Issues 3% (4) 45% (55) 23% (28) 29% (36) 123#1 Issue: Education 5% (6) 39% (44) 33% (37) 23% (26) 112#1 Issue: Energy 4% (3) 53% (44) 32% (26) 11% (9) 83#1 Issue: Other 5% (6) 43% (59) 37% (50) 15% (20) 1352018 House Vote: Democrat 4% (29) 47% (336) 36% (258) 13% (91) 7142018 House Vote: Republican 3% (21) 32% (202) 57% (359) 8% (51) 6332018 House Vote: Someone else 1% (1) 38% (21) 48% (27) 14% (8) 572016 Vote: Hillary Clinton 4% (27) 50% (338) 34% (235) 12% (81) 6822016 Vote: Donald Trump 2% (16) 32% (223) 56% (386) 10% (71) 6962016 Vote: Other 1% (1) 52% (56) 36% (40) 10% (11) 1092016 Vote: Didn’t Vote 4% (30) 42% (298) 33% (233) 21% (152) 713Voted in 2014: Yes 3% (38) 39% (489) 47% (584) 10% (128) 1239Voted in 2014: No 4% (37) 44% (427) 32% (310) 20% (188) 9612012 Vote: Barack Obama 3% (23) 47% (384) 38% (316) 12% (103) 8262012 Vote: Mitt Romney 3% (12) 31% (148) 58% (272) 8% (40) 4712012 Vote: Other 3% (3) 41% (35) 51% (44) 5% (4) 872012 Vote: Didn’t Vote 5% (37) 43% (348) 32% (262) 21% (168) 815

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Adults 3% (74) 42% (916) 41% (894) 14% (316) 22004-Region: Northeast 3% (12) 45% (178) 38% (150) 14% (53) 3944-Region: Midwest 5% (21) 42% (193) 41% (188) 13% (60) 4624-Region: South 3% (24) 37% (303) 44% (363) 16% (134) 8244-Region: West 3% (18) 46% (241) 37% (193) 13% (68) 520Sports fan 3% (38) 42% (586) 42% (590) 13% (177) 1391Traveled outside of U.S. in past year 1+ times 6% (23) 41% (149) 38% (139) 14% (51) 362Frequent Flyer 4% (8) 43% (94) 38% (82) 15% (33) 217Note: Row proportions may total to larger than one-hundred percent due to rounding. For more information visit MorningConsultIntelligence.com.

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Adults 53% (1161) 39% (854) 3% (57) 6% (128) 2200Ethnicity: Black 59% (161) 29% (78) 5% (14) 8% (21) 274Ethnicity: Other 63% (128) 28% (56) 2% (5) 8% (16) 204All Christian 53% (512) 40% (388) 2% (18) 5% (49) 967All Non-Christian 56% (63) 27% (31) 13% (15) 4% (4) 113Atheist 53% (68) 45% (58) 1% (1) 1% (1) 129Agnostic/Nothing in particular 52% (307) 37% (222) 3% (17) 8% (49) 596Something Else 53% (210) 39% (155) 2% (7) 6% (23) 395Religious Non-Protestant/Catholic 53% (68) 30% (38) 11% (15) 6% (7) 129Evangelical 54% (316) 37% (219) 2% (10) 8% (45) 591Non-Evangelical 53% (392) 42% (310) 2% (15) 3% (22) 739Community: Urban 57% (323) 33% (185) 3% (18) 7% (38) 564Community: Suburban 53% (535) 39% (395) 3% (28) 4% (45) 1003Community: Rural 48% (303) 43% (273) 2% (12) 7% (45) 633Employ: Private Sector 54% (348) 38% (246) 3% (20) 5% (31) 645Employ: Government 49% (69) 44% (63) 3% (4) 3% (5) 141Employ: Self-Employed 50% (89) 39% (70) 4% (8) 7% (12) 179Employ: Homemaker 53% (86) 36% (58) 4% (6) 8% (13) 162Employ: Retired 48% (249) 48% (245) 1% (7) 3% (14) 515Employ: Unemployed 59% (188) 32% (101) 3% (9) 6% (19) 316Employ: Other 51% (68) 31% (41) — (0) 18% (23) 132Military HH: Yes 48% (167) 45% (154) 3% (11) 4% (13) 344Military HH: No 54% (994) 38% (699) 3% (47) 6% (115) 1856RD/WT: Right Direction 46% (265) 45% (258) 3% (19) 6% (36) 578RD/WT: Wrong Track 55% (896) 37% (595) 2% (39) 6% (92) 1622Trump Job Approve 46% (394) 48% (410) 2% (15) 4% (37) 856Trump Job Disapprove 59% (721) 33% (402) 3% (39) 5% (56) 1218Trump Job Strongly Approve 44% (210) 51% (243) 2% (12) 3% (13) 478Trump Job Somewhat Approve 49% (184) 44% (167) 1% (4) 6% (24) 378Trump Job Somewhat Disapprove 58% (161) 31% (86) 5% (14) 5% (14) 275Trump Job Strongly Disapprove 59% (560) 33% (315) 3% (25) 4% (42) 942

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Adults 53% (1161) 39% (854) 3% (57) 6% (128) 2200Favorable of Trump 48% (414) 46% (390) 3% (22) 3% (30) 856Unfavorable of Trump 59% (712) 34% (412) 2% (28) 4% (52) 1205Very Favorable of Trump 47% (230) 48% (237) 2% (11) 3% (14) 492Somewhat Favorable of Trump 51% (184) 42% (153) 3% (12) 4% (15) 364Somewhat Unfavorable of Trump 53% (120) 39% (88) 3% (6) 5% (10) 224Very Unfavorable of Trump 60% (593) 33% (324) 2% (22) 4% (42) 981#1 Issue: Economy 58% (434) 37% (278) 1% (9) 3% (26) 747#1 Issue: Security 40% (103) 54% (137) 3% (8) 3% (7) 255#1 Issue: Health Care 51% (216) 40% (168) 3% (12) 7% (30) 425#1 Issue: Medicare / Social Security 52% (167) 41% (131) 2% (7) 4% (14) 320#1 Issue: Women’s Issues 54% (67) 24% (30) 5% (6) 16% (20) 123#1 Issue: Education 51% (57) 28% (31) 6% (7) 15% (17) 112#1 Issue: Energy 53% (44) 32% (26) 9% (7) 6% (5) 83#1 Issue: Other 54% (73) 39% (53) — (0) 7% (9) 1352018 House Vote: Democrat 60% (431) 33% (237) 2% (16) 4% (31) 7142018 House Vote: Republican 47% (298) 46% (293) 3% (19) 4% (23) 6332018 House Vote: Someone else 43% (24) 48% (27) 3% (2) 6% (3) 572016 Vote: Hillary Clinton 58% (397) 35% (241) 3% (19) 4% (25) 6822016 Vote: Donald Trump 48% (332) 46% (321) 3% (23) 3% (20) 6962016 Vote: Other 47% (51) 44% (48) 3% (3) 6% (7) 1092016 Vote: Didn’t Vote 53% (381) 34% (243) 2% (13) 11% (77) 713Voted in 2014: Yes 53% (657) 41% (505) 3% (33) 4% (43) 1239Voted in 2014: No 52% (504) 36% (348) 3% (24) 9% (85) 9612012 Vote: Barack Obama 59% (485) 35% (292) 3% (21) 3% (28) 8262012 Vote: Mitt Romney 47% (223) 48% (224) 3% (13) 2% (11) 4712012 Vote: Other 43% (37) 53% (46) — (0) 4% (4) 872012 Vote: Didn’t Vote 51% (415) 36% (291) 3% (23) 10% (85) 815

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Adults 54% (1177) 35% (762) 4% (96) 7% (165) 2200Gender: Male 48% (512) 39% (416) 5% (52) 8% (83) 1062Gender: Female 58% (665) 30% (346) 4% (44) 7% (82) 1138Age: 18-34 53% (350) 29% (190) 4% (29) 13% (86) 655Age: 35-44 54% (194) 35% (126) 5% (18) 6% (21) 358Age: 45-64 49% (368) 40% (298) 5% (38) 6% (47) 751Age: 65+ 61% (265) 34% (148) 3% (12) 3% (11) 436GenZers: 1997-2012 54% (141) 29% (75) 2% (6) 14% (37) 259Millennials: 1981-1996 53% (302) 31% (173) 5% (29) 11% (62) 565GenXers: 1965-1980 53% (282) 37% (197) 4% (23) 6% (34) 537Baby Boomers: 1946-1964 53% (397) 38% (286) 5% (36) 4% (31) 750PID: Dem (no lean) 64% (493) 26% (201) 4% (29) 6% (50) 773PID: Ind (no lean) 49% (366) 37% (277) 4% (29) 10% (75) 747PID: Rep (no lean) 47% (318) 42% (284) 6% (38) 6% (40) 680PID/Gender: DemMen 57% (189) 30% (100) 4% (14) 9% (30) 334PID/Gender: DemWomen 69% (304) 23% (101) 3% (15) 5% (20) 440PID/Gender: Ind Men 48% (168) 40% (141) 3% (12) 9% (31) 352PID/Gender: Ind Women 50% (198) 34% (136) 4% (17) 11% (44) 395PID/Gender: Rep Men 41% (154) 47% (175) 7% (26) 6% (22) 376PID/Gender: Rep Women 54% (164) 36% (109) 4% (13) 6% (18) 304Ideo: Liberal (1-3) 65% (382) 28% (165) 3% (17) 4% (23) 588Ideo: Moderate (4) 54% (338) 34% (211) 5% (33) 7% (42) 624Ideo: Conservative (5-7) 48% (340) 42% (299) 5% (39) 5% (36) 713Educ: < College 51% (772) 35% (524) 5% (73) 9% (144) 1512Educ: Bachelors degree 58% (257) 36% (161) 4% (16) 2% (10) 444Educ: Post-grad 61% (149) 32% (77) 3% (6) 5% (11) 244Income: Under 50k 49% (606) 34% (420) 6% (77) 10% (126) 1229Income: 50k-100k 57% (366) 36% (231) 3% (16) 4% (28) 641Income: 100k+ 62% (206) 33% (110) 1% (3) 3% (11) 330Ethnicity: White 53% (907) 36% (619) 4% (73) 7% (123) 1722Ethnicity: Hispanic 60% (211) 25% (87) 7% (24) 8% (28) 349

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Adults 54% (1177) 35% (762) 4% (96) 7% (165) 2200Favorable of Trump 47% (406) 41% (350) 6% (53) 5% (46) 856Unfavorable of Trump 62% (744) 30% (356) 3% (40) 5% (65) 1205Very Favorable of Trump 44% (219) 44% (219) 7% (33) 4% (22) 492Somewhat Favorable of Trump 51% (187) 36% (132) 5% (20) 7% (25) 364Somewhat Unfavorable of Trump 61% (137) 29% (64) 5% (12) 5% (11) 224Very Unfavorable of Trump 62% (607) 30% (292) 3% (28) 5% (53) 981#1 Issue: Economy 56% (420) 35% (264) 3% (21) 5% (41) 747#1 Issue: Security 42% (107) 47% (118) 7% (18) 4% (11) 255#1 Issue: Health Care 56% (238) 31% (132) 4% (17) 9% (38) 425#1 Issue: Medicare / Social Security 56% (179) 36% (115) 3% (8) 6% (18) 320#1 Issue: Women’s Issues 46% (57) 29% (35) 8% (10) 18% (22) 123#1 Issue: Education 53% (59) 22% (25) 9% (10) 16% (18) 112#1 Issue: Energy 54% (45) 30% (25) 7% (6) 8% (7) 83#1 Issue: Other 53% (72) 34% (47) 5% (6) 8% (11) 1352018 House Vote: Democrat 64% (457) 28% (201) 3% (22) 5% (34) 7142018 House Vote: Republican 48% (304) 42% (263) 5% (34) 5% (31) 6332018 House Vote: Someone else 42% (24) 39% (22) 7% (4) 12% (7) 572016 Vote: Hillary Clinton 63% (427) 28% (192) 5% (32) 5% (31) 6822016 Vote: Donald Trump 49% (342) 42% (291) 5% (36) 4% (26) 6962016 Vote: Other 48% (52) 43% (46) — (0) 9% (10) 1092016 Vote: Didn’t Vote 50% (356) 32% (232) 4% (28) 14% (97) 713Voted in 2014: Yes 56% (693) 35% (438) 4% (54) 4% (55) 1239Voted in 2014: No 50% (485) 34% (324) 4% (43) 11% (110) 9612012 Vote: Barack Obama 64% (527) 29% (237) 3% (27) 4% (35) 8262012 Vote: Mitt Romney 48% (228) 44% (207) 4% (19) 4% (17) 4712012 Vote: Other 34% (29) 50% (44) 10% (9) 6% (5) 872012 Vote: Didn’t Vote 48% (391) 34% (274) 5% (41) 13% (108) 815

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Adults 4% (96) 39% (849) 42% (929) 15% (326) 2200Gender: Male 5% (54) 41% (436) 40% (430) 13% (142) 1062Gender: Female 4% (42) 36% (413) 44% (499) 16% (184) 1138Age: 18-34 8% (51) 46% (304) 27% (179) 19% (122) 655Age: 35-44 5% (19) 40% (144) 42% (149) 13% (45) 358Age: 45-64 3% (20) 35% (264) 48% (362) 14% (104) 751Age: 65+ 1% (6) 31% (136) 55% (238) 13% (55) 436GenZers: 1997-2012 9% (23) 53% (136) 19% (50) 19% (50) 259Millennials: 1981-1996 6% (36) 43% (243) 34% (191) 17% (97) 565GenXers: 1965-1980 4% (22) 35% (189) 47% (252) 14% (74) 537Baby Boomers: 1946-1964 2% (15) 35% (260) 51% (380) 13% (95) 750PID: Dem (no lean) 6% (43) 45% (349) 34% (263) 15% (118) 773PID: Ind (no lean) 4% (31) 38% (284) 40% (302) 17% (130) 747PID: Rep (no lean) 3% (22) 32% (215) 54% (364) 11% (78) 680PID/Gender: DemMen 8% (25) 43% (144) 33% (111) 16% (53) 334PID/Gender: DemWomen 4% (18) 47% (205) 35% (152) 15% (65) 440PID/Gender: Ind Men 5% (16) 45% (158) 35% (122) 16% (56) 352PID/Gender: Ind Women 4% (15) 32% (126) 46% (180) 19% (74) 395PID/Gender: Rep Men 3% (13) 35% (134) 52% (196) 9% (34) 376PID/Gender: Rep Women 3% (10) 27% (82) 55% (168) 15% (44) 304Ideo: Liberal (1-3) 5% (31) 53% (312) 32% (190) 9% (55) 588Ideo: Moderate (4) 4% (28) 41% (257) 40% (247) 15% (92) 624Ideo: Conservative (5-7) 4% (29) 29% (204) 55% (393) 12% (87) 713Educ: < College 4% (67) 36% (538) 43% (655) 17% (252) 1512Educ: Bachelors degree 5% (21) 44% (197) 39% (173) 12% (52) 444Educ: Post-grad 3% (7) 46% (113) 42% (102) 9% (22) 244Income: Under 50k 4% (52) 34% (418) 42% (519) 20% (240) 1229Income: 50k-100k 5% (32) 43% (278) 43% (273) 9% (57) 641Income: 100k+ 3% (11) 46% (153) 42% (137) 9% (29) 330Ethnicity: White 4% (70) 37% (639) 45% (773) 14% (239) 1722Ethnicity: Hispanic 8% (28) 38% (133) 33% (117) 20% (71) 349

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Adults 4% (96) 39% (849) 42% (929) 15% (326) 2200Ethnicity: Black 5% (15) 40% (110) 38% (105) 16% (45) 274Ethnicity: Other 6% (12) 49% (99) 25% (51) 20% (42) 204All Christian 3% (29) 35% (339) 49% (469) 13% (130) 967All Non-Christian 5% (5) 38% (43) 41% (46) 16% (18) 113Atheist 9% (12) 48% (62) 33% (43) 10% (13) 129Agnostic/Nothing in particular 5% (29) 44% (261) 33% (197) 18% (109) 596Something Else 5% (21) 37% (144) 44% (174) 14% (56) 395Religious Non-Protestant/Catholic 5% (6) 39% (50) 40% (52) 17% (21) 129Evangelical 5% (27) 34% (202) 47% (275) 15% (86) 591Non-Evangelical 3% (22) 36% (266) 48% (356) 13% (95) 739Community: Urban 5% (30) 40% (223) 39% (221) 16% (90) 564Community: Suburban 5% (45) 41% (415) 40% (400) 14% (143) 1003Community: Rural 3% (21) 33% (211) 49% (308) 15% (93) 633Employ: Private Sector 6% (42) 43% (277) 38% (248) 12% (78) 645Employ: Government 3% (4) 44% (63) 41% (58) 11% (16) 141Employ: Self-Employed 2% (4) 48% (86) 34% (62) 16% (28) 179Employ: Homemaker 3% (4) 32% (51) 47% (76) 19% (30) 162Employ: Retired 2% (8) 31% (157) 54% (278) 14% (71) 515Employ: Unemployed 5% (16) 34% (107) 44% (141) 16% (52) 316Employ: Other 8% (10) 34% (45) 32% (42) 27% (35) 132Military HH: Yes 3% (10) 38% (131) 50% (173) 9% (31) 344Military HH: No 5% (86) 39% (718) 41% (756) 16% (295) 1856RD/WT: Right Direction 6% (33) 34% (194) 47% (270) 14% (82) 578RD/WT: Wrong Track 4% (63) 40% (655) 41% (659) 15% (245) 1622Trump Job Approve 4% (30) 31% (265) 54% (461) 12% (101) 856Trump Job Disapprove 5% (61) 45% (546) 36% (436) 14% (175) 1218Trump Job Strongly Approve 5% (23) 28% (132) 60% (287) 8% (36) 478Trump Job Somewhat Approve 2% (8) 35% (132) 46% (174) 17% (65) 378Trump Job Somewhat Disapprove 4% (10) 43% (118) 39% (108) 14% (40) 275Trump Job Strongly Disapprove 5% (51) 45% (428) 35% (329) 14% (135) 942

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Adults 4% (96) 39% (849) 42% (929) 15% (326) 2200Favorable of Trump 4% (31) 30% (256) 55% (473) 11% (96) 856Unfavorable of Trump 5% (62) 45% (545) 35% (427) 14% (170) 1205Very Favorable of Trump 4% (22) 26% (128) 62% (303) 8% (39) 492Somewhat Favorable of Trump 2% (9) 35% (129) 47% (170) 16% (57) 364Somewhat Unfavorable of Trump 4% (8) 47% (105) 35% (79) 15% (33) 224Very Unfavorable of Trump 6% (54) 45% (441) 36% (348) 14% (137) 981#1 Issue: Economy 3% (24) 39% (293) 46% (340) 12% (89) 747#1 Issue: Security 3% (9) 36% (91) 53% (136) 8% (19) 255#1 Issue: Health Care 3% (11) 46% (196) 31% (134) 20% (84) 425#1 Issue: Medicare / Social Security 5% (17) 27% (88) 51% (163) 16% (53) 320#1 Issue: Women’s Issues 10% (13) 42% (52) 25% (30) 23% (28) 123#1 Issue: Education 6% (6) 37% (42) 35% (39) 22% (25) 112#1 Issue: Energy 11% (9) 43% (35) 36% (30) 11% (9) 83#1 Issue: Other 6% (8) 39% (52) 42% (57) 13% (18) 1352018 House Vote: Democrat 5% (37) 41% (296) 39% (275) 15% (106) 7142018 House Vote: Republican 3% (19) 31% (195) 57% (362) 9% (56) 6332018 House Vote: Someone else 1% (1) 32% (18) 49% (28) 18% (10) 572016 Vote: Hillary Clinton 5% (31) 44% (299) 36% (248) 15% (104) 6822016 Vote: Donald Trump 3% (18) 32% (220) 57% (398) 9% (60) 6962016 Vote: Other 1% (1) 46% (50) 42% (46) 11% (12) 1092016 Vote: Didn’t Vote 6% (45) 39% (281) 33% (237) 21% (150) 713Voted in 2014: Yes 4% (49) 36% (451) 48% (594) 12% (145) 1239Voted in 2014: No 5% (47) 41% (398) 35% (335) 19% (181) 9612012 Vote: Barack Obama 4% (30) 41% (340) 42% (344) 14% (112) 8262012 Vote: Mitt Romney 2% (9) 31% (148) 59% (277) 8% (38) 4712012 Vote: Other 3% (3) 37% (32) 49% (42) 11% (10) 872012 Vote: Didn’t Vote 7% (54) 40% (328) 33% (266) 20% (166) 815

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Adults 8% (181) 54% (1192) 14% (311) 23% (515) 2200Favorable of Trump 8% (69) 55% (472) 14% (119) 23% (196) 856Unfavorable of Trump 9% (107) 56% (673) 15% (176) 21% (249) 1205Very Favorable of Trump 7% (35) 54% (266) 15% (71) 24% (120) 492Somewhat Favorable of Trump 9% (34) 57% (206) 13% (48) 21% (76) 364Somewhat Unfavorable of Trump 8% (17) 60% (135) 16% (35) 17% (37) 224Very Unfavorable of Trump 9% (90) 55% (538) 14% (141) 22% (212) 981#1 Issue: Economy 9% (67) 56% (415) 15% (114) 20% (151) 747#1 Issue: Security 7% (19) 64% (163) 13% (34) 15% (39) 255#1 Issue: Health Care 5% (22) 55% (235) 11% (46) 29% (123) 425#1 Issue: Medicare / Social Security 8% (24) 46% (147) 20% (63) 27% (86) 320#1 Issue: Women’s Issues 18% (23) 44% (55) 12% (15) 25% (31) 123#1 Issue: Education 14% (16) 44% (50) 10% (11) 32% (36) 112#1 Issue: Energy 9% (7) 65% (53) 16% (13) 11% (9) 83#1 Issue: Other 4% (5) 56% (75) 11% (15) 29% (39) 1352018 House Vote: Democrat 10% (73) 55% (391) 14% (100) 21% (151) 7142018 House Vote: Republican 7% (45) 60% (377) 15% (93) 19% (118) 6332018 House Vote: Someone else 6% (4) 52% (30) 15% (8) 26% (15) 572016 Vote: Hillary Clinton 10% (68) 57% (389) 14% (98) 18% (126) 6822016 Vote: Donald Trump 8% (54) 58% (407) 14% (101) 19% (134) 6962016 Vote: Other 6% (7) 60% (65) 13% (14) 21% (23) 1092016 Vote: Didn’t Vote 7% (53) 46% (330) 14% (98) 33% (232) 713Voted in 2014: Yes 9% (111) 58% (714) 14% (177) 19% (237) 1239Voted in 2014: No 7% (71) 50% (478) 14% (134) 29% (278) 9612012 Vote: Barack Obama 10% (79) 55% (457) 15% (128) 20% (162) 8262012 Vote: Mitt Romney 7% (32) 61% (288) 13% (63) 19% (89) 4712012 Vote: Other 3% (3) 61% (53) 13% (12) 22% (19) 872012 Vote: Didn’t Vote 8% (68) 48% (395) 13% (109) 30% (243) 815

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Adults 20% (441) 50% (1097) 13% (282) 17% (379) 2200Gender: Male 20% (215) 50% (530) 13% (141) 17% (175) 1062Gender: Female 20% (226) 50% (567) 12% (141) 18% (204) 1138Age: 18-34 30% (196) 44% (289) 11% (72) 15% (99) 655Age: 35-44 29% (105) 48% (170) 12% (44) 11% (38) 358Age: 45-64 15% (115) 53% (395) 13% (94) 20% (147) 751Age: 65+ 6% (26) 56% (244) 17% (72) 22% (95) 436GenZers: 1997-2012 33% (86) 39% (101) 9% (23) 19% (50) 259Millennials: 1981-1996 29% (162) 46% (262) 13% (74) 12% (67) 565GenXers: 1965-1980 23% (122) 50% (270) 10% (55) 17% (89) 537Baby Boomers: 1946-1964 9% (70) 56% (420) 15% (113) 20% (147) 750PID: Dem (no lean) 26% (198) 46% (359) 11% (88) 17% (128) 773PID: Ind (no lean) 19% (140) 49% (367) 14% (101) 18% (138) 747PID: Rep (no lean) 15% (103) 55% (371) 14% (93) 17% (113) 680PID/Gender: DemMen 26% (87) 45% (151) 11% (36) 18% (59) 334PID/Gender: DemWomen 25% (111) 47% (208) 12% (52) 16% (69) 440PID/Gender: Ind Men 18% (64) 51% (180) 13% (47) 17% (61) 352PID/Gender: Ind Women 19% (76) 47% (187) 14% (55) 20% (77) 395PID/Gender: Rep Men 17% (64) 53% (198) 15% (58) 15% (56) 376PID/Gender: Rep Women 13% (39) 57% (173) 11% (35) 19% (58) 304Ideo: Liberal (1-3) 30% (174) 47% (275) 12% (68) 12% (70) 588Ideo: Moderate (4) 16% (100) 54% (335) 13% (78) 18% (111) 624Ideo: Conservative (5-7) 17% (119) 55% (394) 13% (94) 15% (106) 713Educ: < College 18% (269) 48% (732) 14% (206) 20% (305) 1512Educ: Bachelors degree 22% (100) 56% (246) 11% (50) 11% (48) 444Educ: Post-grad 30% (72) 49% (119) 11% (26) 11% (26) 244Income: Under 50k 17% (207) 47% (583) 14% (167) 22% (273) 1229Income: 50k-100k 23% (144) 53% (340) 13% (84) 11% (72) 641Income: 100k+ 27% (90) 53% (174) 10% (32) 10% (34) 330Ethnicity: White 18% (306) 52% (902) 12% (215) 17% (298) 1722Ethnicity: Hispanic 31% (108) 38% (132) 13% (47) 18% (62) 349

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Adults 20% (441) 50% (1097) 13% (282) 17% (379) 2200Ethnicity: Black 28% (77) 40% (110) 14% (38) 18% (49) 274Ethnicity: Other 28% (58) 42% (85) 14% (29) 15% (32) 204All Christian 17% (167) 53% (515) 13% (122) 17% (164) 967All Non-Christian 24% (27) 45% (51) 17% (19) 14% (16) 113Atheist 29% (37) 52% (67) 7% (10) 11% (15) 129Agnostic/Nothing in particular 22% (128) 49% (294) 11% (64) 18% (110) 596Something Else 21% (82) 43% (170) 17% (68) 19% (75) 395Religious Non-Protestant/Catholic 23% (29) 47% (60) 15% (19) 16% (20) 129Evangelical 19% (112) 47% (278) 14% (84) 20% (117) 591Non-Evangelical 18% (130) 53% (389) 14% (105) 16% (115) 739Community: Urban 33% (187) 42% (236) 10% (58) 15% (83) 564Community: Suburban 21% (206) 52% (520) 13% (129) 15% (148) 1003Community: Rural 8% (49) 54% (341) 15% (95) 23% (148) 633Employ: Private Sector 30% (190) 46% (298) 11% (70) 13% (86) 645Employ: Government 20% (28) 54% (77) 9% (13) 17% (23) 141Employ: Self-Employed 25% (45) 50% (90) 12% (21) 13% (23) 179Employ: Homemaker 15% (24) 54% (87) 13% (21) 19% (30) 162Employ: Retired 6% (29) 56% (289) 16% (82) 22% (114) 515Employ: Unemployed 20% (62) 48% (152) 15% (49) 17% (53) 316Employ: Other 17% (22) 44% (58) 12% (16) 26% (35) 132Military HH: Yes 13% (44) 59% (202) 14% (49) 14% (49) 344Military HH: No 21% (397) 48% (896) 13% (233) 18% (330) 1856RD/WT: Right Direction 18% (106) 49% (284) 14% (79) 19% (109) 578RD/WT: Wrong Track 21% (335) 50% (813) 13% (203) 17% (270) 1622Trump Job Approve 14% (120) 56% (482) 12% (105) 17% (149) 856Trump Job Disapprove 25% (303) 47% (570) 14% (167) 15% (177) 1218Trump Job Strongly Approve 12% (58) 58% (277) 12% (57) 18% (87) 478Trump Job Somewhat Approve 17% (63) 54% (206) 13% (48) 16% (61) 378Trump Job Somewhat Disapprove 26% (72) 41% (112) 18% (48) 16% (43) 275Trump Job Strongly Disapprove 25% (231) 49% (458) 13% (119) 14% (134) 942

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Adults 20% (441) 50% (1097) 13% (282) 17% (379) 2200Favorable of Trump 15% (126) 55% (471) 13% (112) 17% (147) 856Unfavorable of Trump 24% (293) 48% (579) 13% (158) 14% (174) 1205Very Favorable of Trump 15% (72) 55% (269) 12% (61) 18% (89) 492Somewhat Favorable of Trump 15% (54) 55% (202) 14% (51) 16% (58) 364Somewhat Unfavorable of Trump 22% (49) 46% (103) 17% (39) 15% (33) 224Very Unfavorable of Trump 25% (243) 49% (476) 12% (119) 14% (142) 981#1 Issue: Economy 25% (187) 49% (363) 14% (101) 13% (96) 747#1 Issue: Security 14% (35) 61% (155) 12% (30) 14% (34) 255#1 Issue: Health Care 23% (100) 48% (206) 10% (42) 18% (77) 425#1 Issue: Medicare / Social Security 8% (27) 47% (151) 17% (56) 27% (86) 320#1 Issue: Women’s Issues 33% (40) 36% (45) 11% (14) 20% (24) 123#1 Issue: Education 21% (23) 49% (55) 12% (13) 18% (21) 112#1 Issue: Energy 21% (17) 53% (43) 13% (11) 14% (11) 83#1 Issue: Other 9% (12) 59% (80) 11% (15) 21% (28) 1352018 House Vote: Democrat 24% (170) 48% (345) 11% (81) 17% (119) 7142018 House Vote: Republican 15% (94) 58% (368) 13% (81) 14% (90) 6332018 House Vote: Someone else 10% (6) 57% (32) 15% (8) 19% (11) 572016 Vote: Hillary Clinton 22% (153) 51% (347) 13% (86) 14% (97) 6822016 Vote: Donald Trump 15% (102) 57% (395) 13% (92) 15% (106) 6962016 Vote: Other 16% (17) 54% (59) 13% (14) 17% (19) 1092016 Vote: Didn’t Vote 24% (170) 42% (296) 13% (90) 22% (157) 713Voted in 2014: Yes 17% (213) 54% (673) 13% (158) 16% (195) 1239Voted in 2014: No 24% (229) 44% (425) 13% (124) 19% (184) 9612012 Vote: Barack Obama 21% (175) 50% (410) 13% (111) 16% (130) 8262012 Vote: Mitt Romney 13% (62) 60% (282) 12% (56) 15% (72) 4712012 Vote: Other 8% (7) 60% (52) 11% (9) 21% (18) 872012 Vote: Didn’t Vote 24% (197) 43% (353) 13% (106) 19% (158) 815

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Adults 32% (706) 52% (1149) 7% (152) 9% (194) 2200Ethnicity: Black 47% (129) 38% (105) 6% (18) 8% (23) 274Ethnicity: Other 37% (76) 45% (91) 6% (13) 12% (24) 204All Christian 30% (295) 55% (536) 6% (62) 8% (74) 967All Non-Christian 36% (40) 47% (54) 8% (9) 9% (10) 113Atheist 37% (47) 54% (70) 7% (8) 2% (3) 129Agnostic/Nothing in particular 32% (193) 50% (300) 5% (31) 12% (71) 596Something Else 33% (131) 48% (189) 10% (40) 9% (35) 395Religious Non-Protestant/Catholic 35% (46) 47% (60) 8% (10) 10% (13) 129Evangelical 29% (172) 54% (320) 7% (42) 10% (57) 591Non-Evangelical 33% (244) 52% (387) 8% (60) 7% (49) 739Community: Urban 37% (209) 46% (262) 8% (43) 9% (50) 564Community: Suburban 33% (332) 55% (548) 5% (50) 7% (73) 1003Community: Rural 26% (165) 54% (339) 9% (59) 11% (70) 633Employ: Private Sector 37% (237) 52% (337) 6% (41) 5% (30) 645Employ: Government 42% (59) 49% (70) 4% (6) 5% (7) 141Employ: Self-Employed 35% (62) 50% (89) 8% (14) 8% (14) 179Employ: Homemaker 28% (45) 52% (85) 8% (13) 12% (19) 162Employ: Retired 19% (100) 66% (338) 6% (33) 9% (44) 515Employ: Unemployed 38% (119) 39% (123) 11% (34) 13% (40) 316Employ: Other 26% (34) 49% (65) 4% (6) 21% (27) 132Military HH: Yes 27% (92) 60% (206) 8% (28) 5% (18) 344Military HH: No 33% (614) 51% (942) 7% (124) 9% (175) 1856RD/WT: Right Direction 29% (165) 54% (310) 7% (40) 11% (63) 578RD/WT: Wrong Track 33% (541) 52% (839) 7% (111) 8% (131) 1622Trump Job Approve 26% (223) 59% (508) 6% (48) 9% (77) 856Trump Job Disapprove 38% (458) 49% (593) 8% (92) 6% (75) 1218Trump Job Strongly Approve 23% (112) 63% (301) 6% (27) 8% (38) 478Trump Job Somewhat Approve 29% (111) 55% (207) 6% (21) 10% (39) 378Trump Job Somewhat Disapprove 39% (108) 45% (125) 7% (21) 8% (22) 275Trump Job Strongly Disapprove 37% (350) 50% (469) 8% (71) 6% (53) 942

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Adults 32% (706) 52% (1149) 7% (152) 9% (194) 2200Favorable of Trump 27% (229) 58% (499) 6% (53) 9% (75) 856Unfavorable of Trump 37% (444) 50% (604) 7% (84) 6% (74) 1205Very Favorable of Trump 25% (124) 61% (300) 6% (28) 8% (40) 492Somewhat Favorable of Trump 29% (105) 55% (199) 7% (26) 9% (34) 364Somewhat Unfavorable of Trump 35% (78) 53% (118) 5% (12) 7% (16) 224Very Unfavorable of Trump 37% (366) 50% (486) 7% (72) 6% (57) 981#1 Issue: Economy 37% (280) 50% (373) 7% (52) 6% (43) 747#1 Issue: Security 21% (53) 69% (177) 4% (10) 6% (15) 255#1 Issue: Health Care 35% (149) 49% (209) 7% (29) 9% (39) 425#1 Issue: Medicare / Social Security 22% (70) 58% (186) 9% (27) 11% (36) 320#1 Issue: Women’s Issues 33% (40) 38% (46) 10% (13) 19% (24) 123#1 Issue: Education 40% (45) 36% (40) 6% (7) 18% (20) 112#1 Issue: Energy 42% (35) 38% (32) 11% (9) 9% (7) 83#1 Issue: Other 26% (35) 64% (86) 4% (5) 7% (10) 1352018 House Vote: Democrat 40% (283) 49% (353) 6% (39) 5% (38) 7142018 House Vote: Republican 26% (162) 61% (384) 6% (39) 8% (48) 6332018 House Vote: Someone else 29% (16) 57% (33) 3% (2) 11% (6) 572016 Vote: Hillary Clinton 39% (265) 51% (344) 6% (44) 4% (28) 6822016 Vote: Donald Trump 26% (181) 61% (428) 5% (37) 7% (51) 6962016 Vote: Other 29% (32) 55% (59) 7% (7) 9% (10) 1092016 Vote: Didn’t Vote 32% (229) 44% (317) 9% (63) 15% (105) 713Voted in 2014: Yes 31% (384) 57% (702) 6% (75) 6% (78) 1239Voted in 2014: No 34% (323) 46% (447) 8% (77) 12% (115) 9612012 Vote: Barack Obama 37% (303) 51% (425) 6% (48) 6% (49) 8262012 Vote: Mitt Romney 21% (99) 66% (309) 6% (28) 7% (35) 4712012 Vote: Other 26% (23) 55% (48) 10% (9) 9% (7) 872012 Vote: Didn’t Vote 35% (282) 45% (365) 8% (66) 13% (102) 815

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Adults 39% (852) 47% (1029) 6% (128) 9% (191) 2200Ethnicity: Black 41% (112) 43% (118) 7% (20) 9% (24) 274Ethnicity: Other 41% (84) 37% (76) 9% (17) 13% (27) 204All Christian 40% (391) 47% (451) 6% (53) 7% (72) 967All Non-Christian 51% (58) 34% (39) 6% (7) 8% (9) 113Atheist 43% (55) 49% (63) 5% (7) 3% (4) 129Agnostic/Nothing in particular 35% (209) 49% (291) 4% (27) 12% (69) 596Something Else 35% (139) 47% (185) 9% (34) 9% (36) 395Religious Non-Protestant/Catholic 50% (64) 36% (46) 6% (7) 9% (11) 129Evangelical 35% (205) 47% (280) 7% (44) 11% (62) 591Non-Evangelical 42% (314) 46% (341) 6% (43) 6% (42) 739Community: Urban 44% (250) 39% (218) 6% (31) 12% (65) 564Community: Suburban 39% (387) 51% (507) 5% (50) 6% (59) 1003Community: Rural 34% (215) 48% (305) 7% (46) 11% (67) 633Employ: Private Sector 44% (281) 46% (294) 4% (28) 6% (42) 645Employ: Government 35% (49) 52% (74) 5% (7) 8% (11) 141Employ: Self-Employed 43% (77) 43% (77) 5% (8) 9% (17) 179Employ: Homemaker 35% (56) 49% (79) 5% (8) 12% (19) 162Employ: Retired 30% (153) 57% (294) 7% (38) 6% (29) 515Employ: Unemployed 40% (126) 39% (125) 11% (34) 10% (32) 316Employ: Other 35% (46) 40% (53) 1% (2) 23% (31) 132Military HH: Yes 41% (141) 50% (173) 5% (19) 3% (12) 344Military HH: No 38% (711) 46% (856) 6% (109) 10% (179) 1856RD/WT: Right Direction 32% (186) 51% (297) 8% (45) 9% (50) 578RD/WT: Wrong Track 41% (666) 45% (732) 5% (83) 9% (141) 1622Trump Job Approve 33% (285) 55% (468) 5% (47) 7% (57) 856Trump Job Disapprove 44% (536) 42% (515) 6% (75) 8% (92) 1218Trump Job Strongly Approve 32% (153) 56% (270) 5% (26) 6% (30) 478Trump Job Somewhat Approve 35% (132) 52% (198) 6% (21) 7% (27) 378Trump Job Somewhat Disapprove 37% (102) 45% (125) 7% (19) 11% (29) 275Trump Job Strongly Disapprove 46% (433) 41% (390) 6% (56) 7% (63) 942

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Adults 39% (852) 47% (1029) 6% (128) 9% (191) 2200Favorable of Trump 34% (295) 53% (454) 6% (52) 6% (55) 856Unfavorable of Trump 44% (533) 43% (517) 5% (64) 7% (90) 1205Very Favorable of Trump 33% (161) 55% (269) 6% (30) 7% (32) 492Somewhat Favorable of Trump 37% (133) 51% (186) 6% (23) 6% (23) 364Somewhat Unfavorable of Trump 39% (86) 46% (104) 7% (15) 8% (19) 224Very Unfavorable of Trump 46% (447) 42% (414) 5% (49) 7% (71) 981#1 Issue: Economy 44% (327) 45% (339) 6% (41) 5% (41) 747#1 Issue: Security 29% (73) 62% (159) 4% (10) 5% (13) 255#1 Issue: Health Care 44% (186) 41% (175) 4% (16) 11% (49) 425#1 Issue: Medicare / Social Security 28% (91) 54% (174) 8% (25) 9% (30) 320#1 Issue: Women’s Issues 40% (49) 36% (45) 7% (9) 16% (20) 123#1 Issue: Education 32% (36) 43% (48) 8% (9) 17% (19) 112#1 Issue: Energy 49% (40) 39% (32) 6% (5) 7% (5) 83#1 Issue: Other 37% (50) 43% (58) 10% (14) 10% (14) 1352018 House Vote: Democrat 46% (331) 43% (305) 5% (34) 6% (44) 7142018 House Vote: Republican 35% (221) 53% (334) 7% (42) 6% (36) 6332018 House Vote: Someone else 34% (19) 51% (29) 8% (4) 7% (4) 572016 Vote: Hillary Clinton 46% (312) 43% (294) 5% (34) 6% (41) 6822016 Vote: Donald Trump 35% (241) 54% (373) 7% (48) 5% (34) 6962016 Vote: Other 34% (37) 53% (58) 7% (8) 6% (7) 1092016 Vote: Didn’t Vote 37% (262) 43% (304) 5% (39) 15% (109) 713Voted in 2014: Yes 40% (495) 48% (596) 6% (75) 6% (73) 1239Voted in 2014: No 37% (357) 45% (433) 6% (53) 12% (118) 9612012 Vote: Barack Obama 45% (373) 42% (349) 6% (50) 6% (53) 8262012 Vote: Mitt Romney 34% (160) 57% (267) 5% (25) 4% (20) 4712012 Vote: Other 29% (25) 58% (50) 9% (8) 4% (3) 872012 Vote: Didn’t Vote 36% (293) 45% (363) 6% (45) 14% (114) 815

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Adults 19% (413) 55% (1207) 12% (253) 15% (326) 2200Ethnicity: Black 26% (70) 45% (123) 14% (37) 16% (44) 274Ethnicity: Other 24% (49) 50% (103) 13% (26) 13% (27) 204All Christian 14% (136) 58% (564) 11% (105) 17% (162) 967All Non-Christian 29% (33) 41% (46) 18% (20) 12% (13) 113Atheist 27% (35) 55% (71) 11% (14) 7% (9) 129Agnostic/Nothing in particular 21% (128) 56% (333) 9% (54) 14% (81) 596Something Else 20% (81) 49% (194) 15% (60) 16% (61) 395Religious Non-Protestant/Catholic 28% (37) 42% (55) 16% (20) 13% (17) 129Evangelical 16% (93) 55% (326) 13% (75) 16% (97) 591Non-Evangelical 16% (117) 56% (414) 12% (89) 16% (119) 739Community: Urban 26% (146) 49% (278) 11% (62) 14% (78) 564Community: Suburban 18% (177) 58% (581) 10% (102) 14% (143) 1003Community: Rural 14% (90) 55% (348) 14% (90) 17% (105) 633Employ: Private Sector 23% (152) 56% (362) 10% (63) 11% (69) 645Employ: Government 20% (29) 57% (80) 8% (11) 15% (22) 141Employ: Self-Employed 23% (41) 51% (92) 12% (21) 14% (25) 179Employ: Homemaker 18% (29) 53% (85) 10% (16) 19% (31) 162Employ: Retired 5% (24) 63% (322) 14% (70) 19% (99) 515Employ: Unemployed 25% (78) 47% (150) 15% (47) 13% (41) 316Employ: Other 14% (19) 49% (65) 13% (17) 24% (32) 132Military HH: Yes 16% (56) 57% (197) 14% (48) 12% (43) 344Military HH: No 19% (357) 54% (1010) 11% (205) 15% (284) 1856RD/WT: Right Direction 21% (120) 52% (302) 12% (67) 15% (90) 578RD/WT: Wrong Track 18% (293) 56% (905) 11% (186) 15% (237) 1622Trump Job Approve 15% (127) 59% (508) 10% (90) 15% (131) 856Trump Job Disapprove 22% (265) 53% (649) 13% (153) 12% (150) 1218Trump Job Strongly Approve 16% (75) 58% (280) 11% (52) 15% (72) 478Trump Job Somewhat Approve 14% (53) 60% (228) 10% (37) 16% (60) 378Trump Job Somewhat Disapprove 23% (63) 52% (143) 13% (37) 12% (32) 275Trump Job Strongly Disapprove 21% (201) 54% (507) 12% (116) 13% (118) 942

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Adults 19% (413) 55% (1207) 12% (253) 15% (326) 2200Favorable of Trump 15% (132) 59% (502) 11% (95) 15% (127) 856Unfavorable of Trump 21% (251) 54% (648) 12% (150) 13% (156) 1205Very Favorable of Trump 17% (85) 57% (281) 11% (54) 15% (72) 492Somewhat Favorable of Trump 13% (47) 61% (221) 12% (42) 15% (54) 364Somewhat Unfavorable of Trump 21% (47) 55% (124) 11% (25) 13% (28) 224Very Unfavorable of Trump 21% (205) 53% (524) 13% (125) 13% (127) 981#1 Issue: Economy 21% (155) 56% (422) 11% (81) 12% (89) 747#1 Issue: Security 16% (41) 66% (168) 6% (16) 12% (30) 255#1 Issue: Health Care 23% (100) 49% (208) 12% (52) 15% (65) 425#1 Issue: Medicare / Social Security 9% (27) 54% (173) 18% (57) 20% (63) 320#1 Issue: Women’s Issues 15% (19) 47% (59) 15% (18) 22% (27) 123#1 Issue: Education 30% (33) 48% (53) 7% (8) 16% (18) 112#1 Issue: Energy 30% (25) 44% (36) 12% (10) 15% (12) 83#1 Issue: Other 10% (13) 65% (88) 8% (11) 17% (23) 1352018 House Vote: Democrat 21% (151) 54% (383) 10% (74) 15% (107) 7142018 House Vote: Republican 15% (98) 60% (378) 12% (73) 13% (84) 6332018 House Vote: Someone else 9% (5) 63% (36) 13% (7) 15% (9) 572016 Vote: Hillary Clinton 20% (134) 56% (381) 11% (78) 13% (89) 6822016 Vote: Donald Trump 15% (106) 59% (409) 11% (80) 15% (101) 6962016 Vote: Other 14% (15) 65% (71) 6% (7) 15% (16) 1092016 Vote: Didn’t Vote 22% (158) 49% (346) 12% (89) 17% (121) 713Voted in 2014: Yes 15% (189) 59% (732) 11% (138) 14% (179) 1239Voted in 2014: No 23% (223) 49% (475) 12% (115) 15% (147) 9612012 Vote: Barack Obama 19% (156) 56% (461) 12% (99) 13% (109) 8262012 Vote: Mitt Romney 11% (53) 64% (302) 10% (48) 15% (69) 4712012 Vote: Other 10% (9) 60% (52) 12% (10) 18% (15) 872012 Vote: Didn’t Vote 24% (195) 48% (392) 12% (96) 16% (132) 815

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Adults 9% (208) 77% (1687) 4% (87) 10% (219) 2200Ethnicity: Black 10% (26) 66% (182) 8% (21) 16% (45) 274Ethnicity: Other 10% (20) 74% (151) 3% (6) 13% (27) 204All Christian 9% (85) 81% (783) 2% (20) 8% (78) 967All Non-Christian 15% (17) 68% (77) 9% (10) 8% (9) 113Atheist 13% (17) 74% (96) 6% (8) 6% (8) 129Agnostic/Nothing in particular 9% (51) 73% (435) 4% (26) 14% (83) 596Something Else 9% (37) 75% (295) 6% (22) 10% (41) 395Religious Non-Protestant/Catholic 15% (20) 70% (91) 7% (10) 7% (9) 129Evangelical 9% (55) 77% (454) 3% (20) 11% (63) 591Non-Evangelical 9% (64) 81% (600) 3% (22) 7% (53) 739Community: Urban 13% (72) 69% (391) 6% (35) 12% (67) 564Community: Suburban 9% (88) 79% (793) 3% (33) 9% (89) 1003Community: Rural 8% (48) 79% (502) 3% (19) 10% (64) 633Employ: Private Sector 12% (76) 78% (500) 4% (23) 7% (46) 645Employ: Government 10% (14) 77% (109) 4% (6) 9% (12) 141Employ: Self-Employed 5% (9) 75% (134) 8% (13) 12% (22) 179Employ: Homemaker 8% (14) 74% (120) 4% (6) 13% (21) 162Employ: Retired 6% (33) 88% (452) 2% (11) 4% (19) 515Employ: Unemployed 14% (45) 62% (195) 7% (22) 17% (55) 316Employ: Other 8% (11) 69% (91) 1% (2) 21% (28) 132Military HH: Yes 8% (27) 82% (283) 5% (16) 5% (19) 344Military HH: No 10% (181) 76% (1403) 4% (71) 11% (201) 1856RD/WT: Right Direction 13% (72) 73% (425) 3% (20) 11% (61) 578RD/WT: Wrong Track 8% (135) 78% (1262) 4% (66) 10% (158) 1622Trump Job Approve 9% (79) 81% (691) 3% (25) 7% (62) 856Trump Job Disapprove 10% (122) 76% (928) 5% (60) 9% (107) 1218Trump Job Strongly Approve 10% (50) 81% (388) 3% (12) 6% (27) 478Trump Job Somewhat Approve 8% (29) 80% (303) 3% (13) 9% (34) 378Trump Job Somewhat Disapprove 12% (33) 76% (210) 5% (13) 7% (20) 275Trump Job Strongly Disapprove 10% (90) 76% (718) 5% (47) 9% (87) 942

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Adults 9% (208) 77% (1687) 4% (87) 10% (219) 2200Favorable of Trump 9% (80) 80% (686) 4% (32) 7% (58) 856Unfavorable of Trump 10% (117) 77% (930) 4% (53) 9% (106) 1205Very Favorable of Trump 11% (55) 80% (394) 3% (16) 5% (27) 492Somewhat Favorable of Trump 7% (25) 80% (292) 4% (16) 9% (31) 364Somewhat Unfavorable of Trump 9% (21) 78% (174) 5% (12) 7% (17) 224Very Unfavorable of Trump 10% (96) 77% (755) 4% (41) 9% (89) 981#1 Issue: Economy 10% (73) 78% (585) 4% (28) 8% (61) 747#1 Issue: Security 10% (25) 83% (212) 3% (8) 4% (10) 255#1 Issue: Health Care 9% (37) 76% (322) 5% (20) 11% (47) 425#1 Issue: Medicare / Social Security 9% (30) 84% (267) 2% (6) 5% (17) 320#1 Issue: Women’s Issues 11% (14) 59% (72) 5% (6) 25% (31) 123#1 Issue: Education 7% (8) 65% (73) 3% (3) 25% (28) 112#1 Issue: Energy 14% (12) 64% (53) 12% (10) 10% (8) 83#1 Issue: Other 8% (10) 75% (102) 4% (6) 13% (18) 1352018 House Vote: Democrat 10% (72) 79% (561) 4% (26) 8% (55) 7142018 House Vote: Republican 9% (55) 82% (517) 4% (24) 6% (36) 6332018 House Vote: Someone else 2% (1) 83% (47) 5% (3) 10% (6) 572016 Vote: Hillary Clinton 10% (68) 79% (537) 5% (31) 7% (45) 6822016 Vote: Donald Trump 9% (63) 82% (573) 4% (26) 5% (34) 6962016 Vote: Other 5% (6) 80% (87) 3% (3) 12% (13) 1092016 Vote: Didn’t Vote 10% (71) 69% (489) 4% (26) 18% (127) 713Voted in 2014: Yes 10% (119) 80% (990) 4% (49) 6% (80) 1239Voted in 2014: No 9% (88) 72% (696) 4% (37) 14% (139) 9612012 Vote: Barack Obama 10% (79) 79% (652) 5% (43) 6% (52) 8262012 Vote: Mitt Romney 9% (44) 84% (395) 2% (11) 5% (21) 4712012 Vote: Other 5% (4) 80% (70) 4% (3) 11% (9) 872012 Vote: Didn’t Vote 10% (79) 70% (569) 4% (30) 17% (137) 815

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Adults 14% (288) 59% (1203) 13% (271) 14% (285) 2047Gender: Male 15% (153) 60% (591) 13% (129) 12% (120) 992Gender: Female 13% (135) 58% (612) 13% (141) 16% (165) 1054Age: 18-34 20% (101) 53% (264) 12% (62) 15% (75) 502Age: 35-44 22% (78) 47% (168) 17% (60) 14% (52) 358Age: 45-64 11% (81) 66% (493) 12% (88) 12% (90) 751Age: 65+ 6% (28) 64% (278) 14% (61) 16% (68) 436GenZers: 1997-2012 26% (28) 47% (50) 12% (13) 14% (15) 106Millennials: 1981-1996 21% (121) 51% (291) 13% (72) 14% (81) 565GenXers: 1965-1980 15% (82) 57% (304) 14% (74) 14% (76) 537Baby Boomers: 1946-1964 7% (53) 66% (497) 13% (96) 14% (103) 750PID: Dem (no lean) 15% (108) 59% (418) 13% (89) 12% (87) 703PID: Ind (no lean) 12% (82) 59% (401) 13% (91) 16% (108) 682PID: Rep (no lean) 15% (98) 58% (383) 14% (91) 13% (89) 662PID/Gender: DemMen 16% (48) 61% (185) 13% (39) 11% (33) 305PID/Gender: DemWomen 15% (60) 59% (233) 13% (50) 14% (55) 398PID/Gender: Ind Men 13% (41) 60% (193) 11% (37) 15% (49) 321PID/Gender: Ind Women 11% (40) 58% (207) 15% (54) 16% (59) 360PID/Gender: Rep Men 17% (63) 58% (212) 15% (54) 10% (37) 366PID/Gender: Rep Women 12% (35) 58% (172) 13% (37) 18% (52) 296Ideo: Liberal (1-3) 17% (92) 62% (327) 13% (67) 8% (44) 530Ideo: Moderate (4) 12% (72) 62% (363) 14% (80) 13% (75) 589Ideo: Conservative (5-7) 15% (104) 60% (417) 11% (79) 13% (90) 690Educ: < College 12% (163) 57% (770) 14% (189) 18% (240) 1361Educ: Bachelors degree 17% (78) 63% (281) 13% (56) 7% (29) 444Educ: Post-grad 20% (48) 63% (151) 11% (26) 7% (16) 241Income: Under 50k 11% (126) 55% (614) 15% (172) 19% (215) 1126Income: 50k-100k 15% (93) 63% (385) 12% (73) 9% (55) 606Income: 100k+ 22% (70) 65% (204) 8% (26) 5% (14) 314Ethnicity: White 14% (227) 61% (992) 12% (195) 13% (215) 1629Ethnicity: Hispanic 21% (64) 45% (135) 14% (41) 20% (60) 299

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Adults 14% (288) 59% (1203) 13% (271) 14% (285) 2047Ethnicity: Black 13% (33) 48% (119) 19% (46) 20% (50) 247Ethnicity: Other 17% (28) 54% (92) 18% (30) 12% (20) 171All Christian 14% (128) 62% (580) 12% (110) 12% (116) 934All Non-Christian 21% (21) 54% (57) 16% (16) 9% (10) 104Atheist 23% (25) 62% (68) 11% (12) 4% (5) 109Agnostic/Nothing in particular 14% (75) 57% (310) 13% (71) 16% (87) 543Something Else 11% (39) 53% (188) 17% (62) 19% (67) 356Religious Non-Protestant/Catholic 18% (22) 55% (67) 14% (17) 12% (14) 120Evangelical 11% (63) 57% (316) 12% (68) 19% (104) 551Non-Evangelical 14% (100) 61% (431) 15% (103) 10% (73) 708Community: Urban 18% (94) 53% (274) 17% (86) 12% (60) 514Community: Suburban 15% (138) 63% (582) 11% (100) 12% (110) 929Community: Rural 9% (56) 57% (347) 14% (85) 19% (116) 604Employ: Private Sector 19% (121) 62% (389) 11% (72) 8% (49) 632Employ: Government 20% (27) 57% (77) 13% (18) 10% (14) 136Employ: Self-Employed 15% (26) 64% (110) 13% (22) 8% (13) 171Employ: Homemaker 10% (16) 59% (89) 7% (10) 24% (36) 151Employ: Retired 7% (35) 65% (334) 13% (65) 16% (81) 515Employ: Unemployed 15% (45) 42% (123) 23% (65) 20% (57) 290Employ: Other 10% (12) 49% (56) 12% (14) 29% (34) 116Military HH: Yes 14% (46) 65% (216) 10% (32) 12% (38) 333Military HH: No 14% (242) 58% (986) 14% (239) 14% (246) 1714RD/WT: Right Direction 13% (71) 57% (316) 14% (76) 16% (90) 553RD/WT: Wrong Track 15% (217) 59% (887) 13% (195) 13% (195) 1493Trump Job Approve 14% (117) 60% (501) 12% (103) 14% (114) 835Trump Job Disapprove 15% (165) 59% (662) 15% (164) 11% (123) 1114Trump Job Strongly Approve 14% (66) 60% (282) 12% (57) 14% (67) 472Trump Job Somewhat Approve 14% (51) 60% (219) 13% (46) 13% (47) 363Trump Job Somewhat Disapprove 17% (43) 55% (143) 16% (43) 12% (31) 260Trump Job Strongly Disapprove 14% (122) 61% (519) 14% (121) 11% (92) 854

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Adults 14% (288) 59% (1203) 13% (271) 14% (285) 2047Favorable of Trump 15% (125) 59% (493) 12% (102) 14% (115) 835Unfavorable of Trump 14% (156) 61% (664) 14% (157) 10% (113) 1090Very Favorable of Trump 15% (71) 59% (286) 12% (58) 14% (70) 486Somewhat Favorable of Trump 15% (54) 59% (207) 12% (44) 13% (45) 349Somewhat Unfavorable of Trump 14% (28) 61% (125) 15% (30) 11% (23) 206Very Unfavorable of Trump 14% (127) 61% (539) 14% (127) 10% (91) 884#1 Issue: Economy 18% (124) 57% (402) 15% (106) 10% (71) 703#1 Issue: Security 8% (21) 70% (172) 11% (27) 10% (26) 245#1 Issue: Health Care 14% (55) 59% (228) 11% (42) 17% (64) 389#1 Issue: Medicare / Social Security 8% (24) 58% (183) 15% (47) 19% (61) 316#1 Issue: Women’s Issues 17% (15) 51% (48) 15% (14) 17% (16) 94#1 Issue: Education 15% (14) 43% (40) 14% (13) 28% (26) 93#1 Issue: Energy 30% (23) 56% (45) 7% (6) 7% (5) 79#1 Issue: Other 9% (11) 66% (85) 12% (16) 13% (17) 1282018 House Vote: Democrat 15% (102) 62% (428) 13% (89) 11% (76) 6962018 House Vote: Republican 14% (89) 63% (394) 11% (67) 12% (73) 6232018 House Vote: Someone else 13% (7) 61% (35) 12% (7) 14% (8) 572016 Vote: Hillary Clinton 16% (108) 61% (409) 13% (85) 11% (74) 6762016 Vote: Donald Trump 15% (103) 62% (432) 11% (78) 11% (80) 6922016 Vote: Other 11% (12) 66% (71) 14% (15) 10% (10) 1092016 Vote: Didn’t Vote 12% (66) 51% (289) 16% (94) 21% (121) 569Voted in 2014: Yes 14% (173) 63% (773) 12% (144) 11% (141) 1230Voted in 2014: No 14% (116) 53% (429) 16% (127) 18% (144) 8162012 Vote: Barack Obama 14% (113) 61% (500) 15% (121) 11% (87) 8212012 Vote: Mitt Romney 13% (61) 66% (309) 11% (50) 11% (50) 4702012 Vote: Other 14% (12) 63% (55) 6% (6) 16% (14) 872012 Vote: Didn’t Vote 15% (102) 51% (338) 14% (94) 20% (133) 667

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Adults 14% (288) 59% (1203) 13% (271) 14% (285) 20474-Region: Northeast 16% (57) 55% (201) 15% (56) 14% (51) 3644-Region: Midwest 11% (50) 63% (280) 11% (51) 14% (62) 4424-Region: South 14% (110) 58% (445) 12% (95) 16% (121) 7714-Region: West 15% (72) 59% (276) 15% (70) 11% (51) 469Sports fan 16% (216) 59% (776) 13% (173) 11% (148) 1313Traveled outside of U.S. in past year 1+ times 24% (79) 53% (176) 12% (41) 10% (33) 329Frequent Flyer 29% (56) 57% (110) 9% (18) 5% (10) 193Note: Row proportions may total to larger than one-hundred percent due to rounding. For more information visit MorningConsultIntelligence.com.

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Adults 16% (347) 63% (1386) 12% (262) 9% (205) 2200Gender: Male 17% (182) 64% (683) 11% (122) 7% (75) 1062Gender: Female 14% (165) 62% (703) 12% (140) 11% (130) 1138Age: 18-34 28% (183) 50% (326) 9% (59) 13% (87) 655Age: 35-44 20% (72) 62% (223) 10% (35) 8% (28) 358Age: 45-64 8% (64) 70% (529) 14% (104) 7% (54) 751Age: 65+ 7% (29) 70% (308) 15% (64) 8% (36) 436GenZers: 1997-2012 29% (74) 46% (120) 9% (23) 16% (41) 259Millennials: 1981-1996 26% (150) 54% (304) 9% (48) 11% (63) 565GenXers: 1965-1980 14% (74) 67% (359) 13% (68) 7% (36) 537Baby Boomers: 1946-1964 6% (46) 73% (544) 14% (103) 8% (56) 750PID: Dem (no lean) 17% (133) 60% (468) 13% (100) 9% (73) 773PID: Ind (no lean) 17% (124) 61% (458) 12% (87) 11% (79) 747PID: Rep (no lean) 13% (90) 68% (460) 11% (76) 8% (53) 680PID/Gender: DemMen 18% (59) 60% (201) 13% (45) 9% (28) 334PID/Gender: DemWomen 17% (74) 61% (267) 13% (55) 10% (44) 440PID/Gender: Ind Men 19% (67) 63% (220) 10% (35) 8% (30) 352PID/Gender: Ind Women 14% (57) 60% (237) 13% (51) 13% (49) 395PID/Gender: Rep Men 15% (56) 69% (261) 11% (42) 4% (17) 376PID/Gender: Rep Women 11% (34) 66% (199) 11% (34) 12% (37) 304Ideo: Liberal (1-3) 20% (117) 60% (356) 13% (76) 7% (39) 588Ideo: Moderate (4) 13% (79) 67% (417) 13% (81) 8% (47) 624Ideo: Conservative (5-7) 13% (91) 68% (487) 12% (82) 7% (52) 713Educ: < College 16% (241) 60% (913) 13% (189) 11% (169) 1512Educ: Bachelors degree 15% (68) 69% (308) 11% (48) 5% (20) 444Educ: Post-grad 16% (39) 67% (165) 10% (25) 7% (16) 244Income: Under 50k 15% (187) 59% (727) 14% (170) 12% (145) 1229Income: 50k-100k 17% (107) 67% (426) 10% (65) 7% (42) 641Income: 100k+ 16% (52) 71% (233) 8% (27) 5% (18) 330Ethnicity: White 14% (247) 65% (1119) 12% (206) 9% (150) 1722Ethnicity: Hispanic 24% (83) 53% (185) 16% (55) 8% (27) 349

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Adults 16% (347) 63% (1386) 12% (262) 9% (205) 2200Favorable of Trump 14% (120) 67% (572) 11% (94) 8% (70) 856Unfavorable of Trump 17% (200) 62% (747) 13% (162) 8% (95) 1205Very Favorable of Trump 13% (64) 69% (338) 10% (51) 8% (39) 492Somewhat Favorable of Trump 15% (55) 64% (235) 12% (43) 8% (31) 364Somewhat Unfavorable of Trump 15% (33) 64% (143) 16% (36) 5% (12) 224Very Unfavorable of Trump 17% (168) 62% (604) 13% (126) 8% (83) 981#1 Issue: Economy 18% (134) 63% (472) 12% (91) 7% (50) 747#1 Issue: Security 10% (26) 75% (191) 9% (22) 6% (15) 255#1 Issue: Health Care 18% (76) 61% (259) 12% (49) 9% (40) 425#1 Issue: Medicare / Social Security 8% (25) 66% (210) 17% (53) 10% (31) 320#1 Issue: Women’s Issues 21% (26) 44% (54) 12% (14) 24% (29) 123#1 Issue: Education 24% (27) 52% (58) 8% (9) 16% (18) 112#1 Issue: Energy 19% (16) 60% (50) 12% (10) 9% (7) 83#1 Issue: Other 13% (18) 68% (92) 9% (12) 10% (14) 1352018 House Vote: Democrat 17% (123) 61% (438) 14% (97) 8% (57) 7142018 House Vote: Republican 12% (76) 69% (438) 12% (78) 7% (41) 6332018 House Vote: Someone else 7% (4) 67% (38) 13% (7) 13% (7) 572016 Vote: Hillary Clinton 17% (114) 61% (419) 14% (98) 7% (50) 6822016 Vote: Donald Trump 11% (73) 70% (485) 13% (88) 7% (49) 6962016 Vote: Other 9% (10) 76% (82) 5% (5) 10% (11) 1092016 Vote: Didn’t Vote 21% (149) 56% (399) 10% (70) 13% (95) 713Voted in 2014: Yes 13% (156) 67% (825) 13% (164) 8% (93) 1239Voted in 2014: No 20% (190) 58% (561) 10% (98) 12% (112) 9612012 Vote: Barack Obama 14% (120) 64% (529) 14% (118) 7% (59) 8262012 Vote: Mitt Romney 8% (40) 74% (347) 11% (54) 7% (31) 4712012 Vote: Other 9% (8) 68% (59) 13% (11) 10% (9) 872012 Vote: Didn’t Vote 22% (179) 55% (450) 10% (80) 13% (106) 815

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Adults 20% (450) 17% (378) 11% (234) 43% (942) 9% (196) 2200Gender: Male 24% (254) 17% (183) 11% (122) 40% (427) 7% (76) 1062Gender: Female 17% (196) 17% (196) 10% (113) 45% (514) 11% (120) 1138Age: 18-34 13% (87) 15% (96) 13% (87) 42% (278) 16% (108) 655Age: 35-44 22% (79) 20% (70) 9% (30) 42% (149) 8% (29) 358Age: 45-64 23% (173) 18% (138) 9% (66) 43% (325) 7% (49) 751Age: 65+ 25% (111) 17% (74) 12% (51) 44% (190) 2% (10) 436GenZers: 1997-2012 6% (16) 11% (28) 11% (30) 51% (133) 20% (52) 259Millennials: 1981-1996 19% (106) 17% (98) 12% (70) 39% (222) 12% (70) 565GenXers: 1965-1980 23% (124) 20% (110) 9% (49) 40% (217) 7% (38) 537Baby Boomers: 1946-1964 23% (173) 17% (125) 10% (75) 46% (343) 5% (34) 750PID: Dem (no lean) 3% (24) 8% (60) 10% (79) 74% (574) 5% (36) 773PID: Ind (no lean) 13% (95) 17% (129) 13% (96) 41% (303) 17% (124) 747PID: Rep (no lean) 49% (330) 28% (189) 9% (60) 10% (65) 5% (36) 680PID/Gender: DemMen 4% (12) 9% (29) 11% (36) 71% (238) 6% (18) 334PID/Gender: DemWomen 3% (12) 7% (31) 10% (43) 76% (336) 4% (18) 440PID/Gender: Ind Men 16% (55) 17% (58) 14% (49) 43% (152) 11% (38) 352PID/Gender: Ind Women 10% (41) 18% (70) 12% (47) 38% (151) 22% (86) 395PID/Gender: Rep Men 50% (187) 25% (95) 10% (37) 10% (38) 5% (20) 376PID/Gender: Rep Women 47% (143) 31% (94) 8% (23) 9% (27) 5% (17) 304Ideo: Liberal (1-3) 4% (25) 7% (43) 8% (45) 79% (467) 1% (8) 588Ideo: Moderate (4) 11% (69) 20% (123) 15% (94) 46% (288) 8% (50) 624Ideo: Conservative (5-7) 46% (328) 26% (183) 10% (70) 14% (97) 5% (35) 713Educ: < College 20% (309) 18% (272) 10% (153) 40% (603) 12% (175) 1512Educ: Bachelors degree 20% (89) 16% (69) 12% (55) 50% (220) 2% (11) 444Educ: Post-grad 21% (51) 15% (37) 11% (27) 49% (118) 4% (10) 244Income: Under 50k 19% (234) 16% (195) 11% (131) 43% (524) 12% (145) 1229Income: 50k-100k 21% (134) 20% (127) 11% (69) 43% (273) 6% (38) 641Income: 100k+ 25% (82) 17% (56) 10% (34) 44% (144) 4% (14) 330Ethnicity: White 24% (412) 18% (317) 10% (176) 39% (664) 9% (153) 1722Ethnicity: Hispanic 12% (43) 12% (42) 10% (34) 51% (179) 15% (51) 349

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Table CMS6_2: Do you approve or disapprove of the job each of the following is doing in handling the spread of coronavirus in the United States?Vice President Mike Pence

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Adults 18% (396) 18% (406) 12% (264) 32% (700) 20% (434) 22004-Region: Northeast 12% (48) 19% (75) 12% (49) 37% (148) 19% (74) 3944-Region: Midwest 22% (101) 20% (93) 11% (51) 29% (132) 19% (86) 4624-Region: South 20% (163) 19% (159) 13% (110) 27% (224) 20% (168) 8244-Region: West 16% (84) 15% (79) 10% (55) 38% (197) 20% (106) 520Sports fan 19% (258) 21% (294) 13% (179) 33% (459) 14% (200) 1391Traveled outside of U.S. in past year 1+ times 15% (55) 20% (71) 17% (62) 28% (101) 20% (73) 362Frequent Flyer 16% (35) 22% (49) 16% (34) 28% (60) 18% (38) 217Note: Row proportions may total to larger than one-hundred percent due to rounding. For more information visit MorningConsultIntelligence.com.

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Table CMS6_3: Do you approve or disapprove of the job each of the following is doing in handling the spread of coronavirus in the United States?The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

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Adults 24% (537) 39% (856) 13% (284) 8% (182) 16% (342) 2200Gender: Male 25% (262) 39% (417) 14% (151) 8% (83) 14% (148) 1062Gender: Female 24% (275) 39% (439) 12% (133) 9% (99) 17% (194) 1138Age: 18-34 25% (163) 30% (198) 9% (61) 10% (66) 25% (167) 655Age: 35-44 26% (94) 35% (127) 11% (41) 11% (38) 16% (58) 358Age: 45-64 24% (177) 42% (315) 17% (130) 6% (44) 11% (86) 751Age: 65+ 23% (102) 50% (216) 12% (52) 8% (34) 7% (32) 436GenZers: 1997-2012 27% (70) 25% (65) 8% (21) 10% (26) 30% (77) 259Millennials: 1981-1996 23% (132) 34% (192) 11% (60) 12% (68) 20% (115) 565GenXers: 1965-1980 26% (139) 39% (211) 16% (86) 6% (30) 13% (70) 537Baby Boomers: 1946-1964 24% (181) 45% (337) 15% (109) 6% (48) 10% (74) 750PID: Dem (no lean) 35% (269) 43% (335) 7% (57) 3% (23) 12% (90) 773PID: Ind (no lean) 19% (139) 35% (262) 12% (90) 11% (82) 23% (173) 747PID: Rep (no lean) 19% (129) 38% (258) 20% (137) 11% (76) 12% (79) 680PID/Gender: DemMen 34% (112) 45% (149) 8% (26) 1% (5) 12% (42) 334PID/Gender: DemWomen 36% (157) 42% (186) 7% (31) 4% (18) 11% (48) 440PID/Gender: Ind Men 21% (74) 35% (122) 13% (47) 12% (41) 19% (68) 352PID/Gender: Ind Women 16% (64) 36% (141) 11% (43) 11% (42) 27% (106) 395PID/Gender: Rep Men 20% (76) 39% (146) 21% (78) 10% (38) 10% (39) 376PID/Gender: Rep Women 17% (53) 37% (112) 20% (59) 13% (39) 13% (41) 304Ideo: Liberal (1-3) 37% (217) 41% (242) 10% (60) 3% (19) 9% (51) 588Ideo: Moderate (4) 24% (148) 45% (284) 11% (66) 5% (28) 16% (98) 624Ideo: Conservative (5-7) 17% (125) 37% (264) 21% (146) 16% (112) 9% (66) 713Educ: < College 24% (356) 37% (557) 12% (181) 9% (129) 19% (289) 1512Educ: Bachelors degree 25% (109) 44% (193) 16% (69) 9% (40) 7% (32) 444Educ: Post-grad 29% (71) 43% (106) 14% (34) 5% (13) 9% (21) 244Income: Under 50k 22% (275) 38% (463) 12% (146) 9% (113) 19% (232) 1229Income: 50k-100k 26% (169) 39% (252) 15% (94) 7% (46) 13% (80) 641Income: 100k+ 28% (93) 43% (141) 13% (44) 7% (22) 9% (30) 330Ethnicity: White 23% (398) 40% (696) 13% (221) 9% (148) 15% (258) 1722Ethnicity: Hispanic 29% (101) 34% (119) 7% (25) 9% (31) 21% (73) 349

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Adults 24% (537) 39% (856) 13% (284) 8% (182) 16% (342) 2200Ethnicity: Black 30% (83) 33% (91) 11% (30) 6% (17) 19% (53) 274Ethnicity: Other 27% (56) 34% (69) 16% (32) 8% (16) 15% (31) 204All Christian 23% (221) 45% (435) 14% (135) 8% (77) 10% (99) 967All Non-Christian 33% (37) 40% (45) 11% (13) 7% (7) 9% (10) 113Atheist 30% (39) 43% (55) 8% (10) 10% (13) 9% (12) 129Agnostic/Nothing in particular 25% (151) 31% (186) 11% (67) 8% (49) 24% (143) 596Something Else 22% (88) 34% (133) 15% (59) 9% (36) 20% (79) 395Religious Non-Protestant/Catholic 30% (38) 42% (55) 13% (17) 7% (9) 8% (10) 129Evangelical 20% (120) 38% (226) 16% (94) 10% (59) 16% (93) 591Non-Evangelical 25% (187) 44% (327) 12% (90) 7% (52) 11% (82) 739Community: Urban 30% (167) 35% (195) 11% (63) 10% (55) 15% (84) 564Community: Suburban 24% (238) 42% (421) 14% (142) 7% (67) 13% (135) 1003Community: Rural 21% (132) 38% (239) 12% (78) 9% (59) 19% (123) 633Employ: Private Sector 26% (168) 42% (268) 16% (102) 6% (40) 10% (67) 645Employ: Government 22% (30) 46% (64) 10% (14) 7% (10) 16% (23) 141Employ: Self-Employed 21% (37) 37% (67) 18% (32) 14% (25) 10% (19) 179Employ: Homemaker 22% (35) 37% (60) 9% (15) 11% (17) 21% (34) 162Employ: Retired 23% (116) 47% (241) 13% (67) 8% (41) 10% (50) 515Employ: Unemployed 29% (93) 27% (86) 12% (37) 8% (26) 23% (74) 316Employ: Other 19% (25) 30% (40) 6% (7) 9% (11) 36% (48) 132Military HH: Yes 26% (91) 39% (133) 15% (51) 9% (33) 11% (37) 344Military HH: No 24% (446) 39% (723) 13% (232) 8% (149) 16% (305) 1856RD/WT: Right Direction 21% (123) 36% (210) 18% (103) 11% (61) 14% (81) 578RD/WT: Wrong Track 25% (414) 40% (646) 11% (181) 7% (121) 16% (261) 1622Trump Job Approve 18% (153) 36% (309) 20% (169) 13% (114) 13% (111) 856Trump Job Disapprove 31% (374) 42% (515) 9% (111) 5% (63) 13% (155) 1218Trump Job Strongly Approve 19% (90) 33% (159) 20% (96) 18% (84) 10% (49) 478Trump Job Somewhat Approve 17% (63) 40% (151) 19% (73) 8% (29) 17% (63) 378Trump Job Somewhat Disapprove 14% (40) 49% (135) 11% (31) 7% (20) 18% (50) 275Trump Job Strongly Disapprove 35% (334) 40% (380) 8% (80) 5% (43) 11% (105) 942

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Adults 24% (537) 39% (856) 13% (284) 8% (182) 16% (342) 2200Favorable of Trump 18% (154) 38% (326) 19% (162) 13% (112) 12% (101) 856Unfavorable of Trump 31% (372) 41% (497) 10% (116) 5% (60) 13% (160) 1205Very Favorable of Trump 21% (103) 32% (159) 19% (91) 17% (82) 11% (56) 492Somewhat Favorable of Trump 14% (51) 46% (167) 19% (71) 8% (30) 12% (45) 364Somewhat Unfavorable of Trump 15% (33) 45% (100) 17% (38) 6% (14) 17% (38) 224Very Unfavorable of Trump 35% (339) 40% (396) 8% (78) 5% (47) 12% (122) 981#1 Issue: Economy 24% (179) 40% (302) 14% (102) 10% (71) 12% (92) 747#1 Issue: Security 15% (39) 40% (101) 19% (49) 17% (44) 9% (22) 255#1 Issue: Health Care 32% (135) 33% (141) 10% (42) 4% (16) 21% (90) 425#1 Issue: Medicare / Social Security 27% (87) 44% (139) 12% (37) 5% (15) 13% (41) 320#1 Issue: Women’s Issues 27% (33) 28% (34) 6% (7) 10% (12) 30% (37) 123#1 Issue: Education 15% (17) 40% (44) 17% (19) 7% (8) 21% (23) 112#1 Issue: Energy 24% (20) 50% (41) 12% (10) 5% (4) 10% (8) 83#1 Issue: Other 20% (27) 38% (52) 12% (17) 9% (12) 20% (27) 1352018 House Vote: Democrat 36% (257) 45% (318) 8% (58) 4% (26) 8% (54) 7142018 House Vote: Republican 16% (104) 41% (261) 21% (131) 13% (82) 9% (54) 6332018 House Vote: Someone else 13% (7) 47% (27) 8% (5) 11% (6) 21% (12) 572016 Vote: Hillary Clinton 36% (244) 44% (300) 9% (59) 3% (23) 8% (55) 6822016 Vote: Donald Trump 16% (114) 42% (292) 20% (141) 13% (91) 8% (58) 6962016 Vote: Other 21% (22) 45% (49) 14% (15) 6% (7) 15% (16) 1092016 Vote: Didn’t Vote 22% (156) 30% (215) 10% (69) 8% (60) 30% (214) 713Voted in 2014: Yes 26% (320) 45% (555) 14% (174) 8% (93) 8% (96) 1239Voted in 2014: No 23% (217) 31% (300) 11% (109) 9% (89) 26% (246) 9612012 Vote: Barack Obama 33% (275) 44% (367) 10% (86) 4% (31) 8% (67) 8262012 Vote: Mitt Romney 16% (76) 45% (211) 19% (90) 13% (63) 7% (32) 4712012 Vote: Other 5% (4) 36% (31) 25% (21) 16% (14) 18% (16) 872012 Vote: Didn’t Vote 22% (181) 30% (245) 11% (86) 9% (74) 28% (228) 815

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Table CMS6_3: Do you approve or disapprove of the job each of the following is doing in handling the spread of coronavirus in the United States?The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

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Adults 24% (537) 39% (856) 13% (284) 8% (182) 16% (342) 22004-Region: Northeast 29% (114) 39% (154) 12% (49) 7% (27) 13% (49) 3944-Region: Midwest 19% (86) 41% (189) 16% (72) 9% (40) 16% (75) 4624-Region: South 25% (203) 39% (325) 11% (89) 9% (72) 16% (135) 8244-Region: West 26% (134) 36% (187) 14% (74) 8% (43) 16% (82) 520Sports fan 27% (371) 43% (593) 13% (180) 7% (99) 11% (148) 1391Traveled outside of U.S. in past year 1+ times 27% (98) 37% (133) 14% (49) 7% (26) 15% (56) 362Frequent Flyer 24% (52) 44% (96) 11% (25) 9% (19) 12% (25) 217Note: Row proportions may total to larger than one-hundred percent due to rounding. For more information visit MorningConsultIntelligence.com.

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Table CMS6_4: Do you approve or disapprove of the job each of the following is doing in handling the spread of coronavirus in the United States?Congress

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Adults 18% (403) 38% (833) 16% (360) 16% (346) 12% (258) 2200Gender: Male 19% (205) 39% (409) 18% (193) 15% (162) 9% (92) 1062Gender: Female 17% (197) 37% (424) 15% (168) 16% (184) 15% (166) 1138Age: 18-34 12% (82) 34% (223) 13% (88) 18% (120) 22% (143) 655Age: 35-44 19% (67) 36% (130) 17% (60) 16% (59) 12% (42) 358Age: 45-64 21% (156) 38% (289) 18% (133) 16% (117) 7% (56) 751Age: 65+ 22% (98) 44% (192) 18% (79) 12% (51) 4% (16) 436GenZers: 1997-2012 8% (22) 33% (85) 15% (39) 20% (51) 24% (62) 259Millennials: 1981-1996 16% (92) 34% (194) 14% (79) 18% (102) 18% (99) 565GenXers: 1965-1980 20% (108) 37% (200) 20% (107) 13% (68) 10% (53) 537Baby Boomers: 1946-1964 21% (161) 41% (309) 17% (127) 15% (116) 5% (37) 750PID: Dem (no lean) 21% (163) 40% (306) 15% (118) 15% (113) 9% (73) 773PID: Ind (no lean) 14% (101) 36% (267) 16% (120) 15% (116) 19% (142) 747PID: Rep (no lean) 20% (138) 38% (260) 18% (122) 17% (118) 6% (43) 680PID/Gender: DemMen 23% (75) 39% (129) 17% (58) 14% (46) 8% (25) 334PID/Gender: DemWomen 20% (88) 40% (177) 14% (61) 15% (67) 11% (48) 440PID/Gender: Ind Men 14% (50) 39% (136) 16% (56) 18% (62) 13% (47) 352PID/Gender: Ind Women 13% (51) 33% (131) 16% (64) 14% (54) 24% (95) 395PID/Gender: Rep Men 21% (80) 38% (144) 21% (79) 14% (54) 5% (20) 376PID/Gender: Rep Women 19% (58) 38% (116) 14% (43) 21% (64) 7% (23) 304Ideo: Liberal (1-3) 23% (135) 39% (228) 14% (85) 17% (102) 7% (39) 588Ideo: Moderate (4) 15% (95) 42% (263) 20% (123) 13% (80) 10% (63) 624Ideo: Conservative (5-7) 19% (137) 39% (275) 18% (129) 19% (136) 5% (37) 713Educ: < College 17% (250) 37% (555) 16% (235) 16% (248) 15% (224) 1512Educ: Bachelors degree 20% (87) 39% (171) 21% (92) 16% (72) 5% (22) 444Educ: Post-grad 27% (65) 44% (107) 14% (33) 11% (26) 5% (12) 244Income: Under 50k 16% (195) 37% (453) 15% (190) 17% (206) 15% (186) 1229Income: 50k-100k 20% (126) 39% (250) 17% (111) 15% (98) 9% (56) 641Income: 100k+ 25% (81) 39% (130) 18% (60) 13% (42) 5% (16) 330Ethnicity: White 19% (326) 40% (681) 15% (263) 15% (267) 11% (185) 1722Ethnicity: Hispanic 19% (67) 29% (100) 15% (53) 17% (59) 20% (70) 349

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Adults 9% (201) 27% (589) 14% (298) 11% (244) 39% (868) 2200Gender: Male 11% (118) 28% (293) 16% (169) 15% (154) 31% (327) 1062Gender: Female 7% (83) 26% (296) 11% (129) 8% (89) 48% (541) 1138Age: 18-34 12% (78) 23% (152) 9% (61) 8% (52) 48% (313) 655Age: 35-44 14% (49) 28% (98) 9% (31) 11% (40) 39% (139) 358Age: 45-64 7% (51) 26% (198) 21% (154) 12% (87) 35% (261) 751Age: 65+ 5% (24) 32% (141) 12% (52) 15% (65) 35% (154) 436GenZers: 1997-2012 16% (41) 17% (43) 9% (24) 4% (11) 54% (140) 259Millennials: 1981-1996 11% (60) 27% (152) 9% (53) 11% (61) 42% (239) 565GenXers: 1965-1980 10% (51) 27% (142) 17% (93) 11% (58) 36% (192) 537Baby Boomers: 1946-1964 6% (45) 29% (218) 15% (114) 13% (99) 36% (273) 750PID: Dem (no lean) 15% (114) 34% (263) 10% (78) 3% (24) 38% (295) 773PID: Ind (no lean) 5% (38) 22% (164) 13% (99) 12% (92) 47% (353) 747PID: Rep (no lean) 7% (49) 24% (162) 18% (121) 19% (128) 32% (220) 680PID/Gender: DemMen 18% (61) 40% (133) 10% (35) 3% (11) 28% (94) 334PID/Gender: DemWomen 12% (53) 30% (130) 10% (43) 3% (13) 46% (201) 440PID/Gender: Ind Men 8% (26) 19% (67) 15% (53) 16% (57) 42% (149) 352PID/Gender: Ind Women 3% (12) 25% (98) 12% (46) 9% (35) 52% (204) 395PID/Gender: Rep Men 8% (31) 25% (93) 22% (82) 23% (87) 22% (84) 376PID/Gender: Rep Women 6% (18) 23% (69) 13% (39) 14% (41) 45% (136) 304Ideo: Liberal (1-3) 14% (80) 37% (219) 10% (58) 5% (27) 35% (204) 588Ideo: Moderate (4) 8% (49) 31% (195) 13% (84) 8% (49) 40% (247) 624Ideo: Conservative (5-7) 8% (54) 21% (149) 21% (149) 21% (153) 29% (209) 713Educ: < College 8% (124) 25% (373) 12% (188) 11% (162) 44% (666) 1512Educ: Bachelors degree 10% (43) 30% (133) 17% (77) 13% (57) 30% (133) 444Educ: Post-grad 14% (34) 34% (83) 13% (33) 10% (25) 28% (70) 244Income: Under 50k 8% (97) 26% (321) 13% (155) 10% (122) 43% (535) 1229Income: 50k-100k 9% (60) 27% (174) 16% (102) 13% (80) 35% (225) 641Income: 100k+ 13% (44) 28% (94) 13% (42) 13% (42) 33% (109) 330Ethnicity: White 9% (147) 27% (459) 13% (229) 12% (202) 40% (686) 1722Ethnicity: Hispanic 14% (50) 27% (95) 10% (36) 9% (30) 39% (137) 349

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Adults 9% (201) 27% (589) 14% (298) 11% (244) 39% (868) 2200Favorable of Trump 8% (68) 23% (197) 18% (155) 19% (164) 32% (272) 856Unfavorable of Trump 10% (123) 32% (380) 12% (139) 6% (70) 41% (493) 1205Very Favorable of Trump 10% (48) 20% (98) 17% (82) 26% (126) 28% (138) 492Somewhat Favorable of Trump 6% (20) 27% (99) 20% (73) 11% (39) 37% (134) 364Somewhat Unfavorable of Trump 4% (10) 25% (56) 22% (49) 8% (17) 41% (91) 224Very Unfavorable of Trump 12% (113) 33% (323) 9% (90) 5% (53) 41% (402) 981#1 Issue: Economy 9% (67) 27% (204) 16% (120) 12% (89) 36% (267) 747#1 Issue: Security 7% (17) 20% (50) 17% (44) 27% (69) 29% (75) 255#1 Issue: Health Care 13% (56) 25% (107) 11% (45) 5% (20) 46% (197) 425#1 Issue: Medicare / Social Security 8% (26) 32% (102) 12% (38) 9% (28) 39% (126) 320#1 Issue: Women’s Issues 9% (11) 19% (24) 7% (8) 9% (11) 56% (70) 123#1 Issue: Education 9% (10) 27% (31) 16% (18) 4% (4) 44% (49) 112#1 Issue: Energy 4% (3) 54% (45) 9% (8) 5% (5) 28% (23) 83#1 Issue: Other 8% (11) 20% (27) 13% (17) 13% (17) 46% (62) 1352018 House Vote: Democrat 14% (100) 38% (274) 9% (68) 4% (30) 34% (243) 7142018 House Vote: Republican 6% (38) 23% (143) 21% (136) 23% (143) 27% (173) 6332018 House Vote: Someone else 2% (1) 31% (18) 17% (9) 16% (9) 35% (20) 572016 Vote: Hillary Clinton 14% (93) 39% (267) 9% (64) 5% (32) 33% (226) 6822016 Vote: Donald Trump 7% (46) 22% (156) 21% (143) 21% (145) 30% (206) 6962016 Vote: Other 6% (7) 28% (30) 16% (17) 11% (12) 39% (42) 1092016 Vote: Didn’t Vote 8% (55) 19% (135) 10% (73) 8% (55) 55% (394) 713Voted in 2014: Yes 10% (123) 32% (395) 16% (195) 13% (164) 29% (361) 1239Voted in 2014: No 8% (78) 20% (194) 11% (103) 8% (79) 53% (507) 9612012 Vote: Barack Obama 13% (106) 35% (286) 12% (101) 5% (44) 35% (288) 8262012 Vote: Mitt Romney 5% (24) 26% (123) 21% (97) 21% (100) 27% (128) 4712012 Vote: Other 2% (2) 19% (16) 17% (15) 31% (27) 32% (27) 872012 Vote: Didn’t Vote 9% (69) 20% (164) 10% (84) 9% (73) 52% (424) 815

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Adults 10% (223) 31% (692) 18% (390) 9% (192) 32% (703) 2200Favorable of Trump 13% (113) 38% (324) 13% (110) 5% (46) 31% (263) 856Unfavorable of Trump 8% (93) 30% (358) 23% (273) 11% (135) 29% (345) 1205Very Favorable of Trump 17% (86) 34% (166) 12% (61) 6% (30) 30% (149) 492Somewhat Favorable of Trump 7% (27) 43% (157) 13% (49) 5% (17) 31% (114) 364Somewhat Unfavorable of Trump 6% (14) 35% (79) 23% (52) 7% (16) 28% (64) 224Very Unfavorable of Trump 8% (79) 28% (279) 23% (222) 12% (120) 29% (282) 981#1 Issue: Economy 14% (104) 35% (261) 17% (124) 7% (52) 28% (206) 747#1 Issue: Security 9% (22) 41% (105) 13% (32) 10% (25) 27% (70) 255#1 Issue: Health Care 9% (37) 23% (98) 22% (95) 11% (46) 35% (149) 425#1 Issue: Medicare / Social Security 8% (26) 31% (100) 16% (51) 8% (26) 36% (116) 320#1 Issue: Women’s Issues 7% (9) 20% (25) 20% (25) 5% (6) 47% (58) 123#1 Issue: Education 10% (11) 25% (28) 19% (21) 11% (12) 35% (40) 112#1 Issue: Energy 9% (8) 48% (40) 14% (12) 5% (4) 23% (19) 83#1 Issue: Other 4% (5) 26% (35) 22% (29) 15% (21) 34% (45) 1352018 House Vote: Democrat 10% (71) 33% (236) 23% (162) 10% (70) 25% (175) 7142018 House Vote: Republican 12% (74) 38% (238) 17% (110) 7% (44) 26% (167) 6332018 House Vote: Someone else 6% (3) 38% (22) 12% (7) 9% (5) 35% (20) 572016 Vote: Hillary Clinton 9% (62) 34% (233) 23% (155) 10% (67) 24% (164) 6822016 Vote: Donald Trump 11% (74) 38% (263) 16% (115) 7% (51) 28% (193) 6962016 Vote: Other 9% (9) 31% (34) 22% (24) 7% (7) 32% (34) 1092016 Vote: Didn’t Vote 11% (77) 23% (162) 13% (96) 9% (67) 44% (312) 713Voted in 2014: Yes 11% (134) 37% (453) 20% (244) 8% (100) 25% (308) 1239Voted in 2014: No 9% (89) 25% (239) 15% (145) 10% (92) 41% (395) 9612012 Vote: Barack Obama 10% (83) 34% (278) 22% (182) 10% (80) 24% (202) 8262012 Vote: Mitt Romney 10% (49) 41% (193) 17% (82) 5% (22) 27% (126) 4712012 Vote: Other 4% (3) 33% (28) 15% (13) 11% (10) 37% (32) 872012 Vote: Didn’t Vote 11% (88) 24% (192) 14% (112) 10% (81) 42% (342) 815

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Adults 15% (329) 54% (1195) 11% (250) 3% (75) 16% (351) 2200Ethnicity: Black 15% (41) 52% (142) 10% (27) 4% (11) 19% (53) 274Ethnicity: Other 14% (28) 45% (92) 14% (29) 6% (13) 21% (43) 204All Christian 15% (144) 62% (603) 9% (87) 2% (17) 12% (116) 967All Non-Christian 19% (21) 53% (60) 9% (10) 4% (4) 15% (17) 113Atheist 14% (18) 47% (60) 20% (26) 7% (9) 12% (15) 129Agnostic/Nothing in particular 12% (73) 47% (283) 11% (65) 5% (29) 25% (146) 596Something Else 18% (73) 48% (189) 16% (62) 4% (15) 14% (57) 395Religious Non-Protestant/Catholic 17% (22) 57% (74) 8% (10) 3% (4) 14% (18) 129Evangelical 20% (119) 53% (312) 11% (67) 2% (12) 13% (79) 591Non-Evangelical 13% (94) 62% (458) 11% (80) 3% (20) 12% (88) 739Community: Urban 19% (105) 48% (268) 12% (68) 4% (23) 18% (100) 564Community: Suburban 15% (152) 59% (591) 10% (103) 3% (28) 13% (128) 1003Community: Rural 11% (72) 53% (335) 12% (79) 4% (24) 19% (123) 633Employ: Private Sector 17% (108) 55% (354) 11% (73) 4% (25) 13% (85) 645Employ: Government 13% (18) 66% (92) 8% (11) 3% (4) 11% (16) 141Employ: Self-Employed 11% (20) 46% (83) 15% (27) 7% (12) 20% (36) 179Employ: Homemaker 12% (20) 56% (91) 10% (17) 2% (3) 19% (31) 162Employ: Retired 14% (70) 67% (343) 8% (41) 1% (6) 11% (56) 515Employ: Unemployed 17% (53) 41% (131) 18% (56) 4% (13) 20% (63) 316Employ: Other 17% (23) 45% (59) 5% (7) 4% (5) 29% (38) 132Military HH: Yes 14% (49) 65% (223) 10% (34) 3% (10) 8% (28) 344Military HH: No 15% (280) 52% (972) 12% (216) 3% (65) 17% (323) 1856RD/WT: Right Direction 20% (113) 54% (311) 10% (57) 3% (19) 13% (78) 578RD/WT: Wrong Track 13% (216) 54% (884) 12% (193) 3% (56) 17% (273) 1622Trump Job Approve 19% (159) 56% (477) 10% (86) 4% (33) 12% (102) 856Trump Job Disapprove 13% (157) 57% (690) 12% (149) 3% (42) 15% (179) 1218Trump Job Strongly Approve 20% (94) 58% (278) 9% (42) 4% (21) 9% (43) 478Trump Job Somewhat Approve 17% (65) 53% (199) 12% (44) 3% (11) 16% (59) 378Trump Job Somewhat Disapprove 10% (28) 59% (163) 13% (36) 2% (6) 15% (41) 275Trump Job Strongly Disapprove 14% (129) 56% (527) 12% (113) 4% (35) 15% (138) 942

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Adults 30% (654) 50% (1094) 7% (149) 3% (66) 11% (237) 2200Gender: Male 30% (317) 50% (528) 7% (71) 4% (42) 10% (104) 1062Gender: Female 30% (338) 50% (566) 7% (78) 2% (23) 12% (133) 1138Age: 18-34 27% (179) 38% (251) 10% (68) 5% (32) 19% (126) 655Age: 35-44 28% (101) 45% (160) 10% (35) 5% (17) 13% (45) 358Age: 45-64 31% (233) 56% (420) 4% (32) 2% (16) 7% (50) 751Age: 65+ 32% (141) 60% (263) 3% (14) — (1) 4% (16) 436GenZers: 1997-2012 25% (65) 35% (91) 14% (37) 4% (10) 22% (57) 259Millennials: 1981-1996 28% (161) 42% (238) 8% (48) 6% (32) 15% (87) 565GenXers: 1965-1980 30% (163) 51% (274) 5% (29) 3% (15) 10% (56) 537Baby Boomers: 1946-1964 31% (235) 58% (438) 4% (33) 1% (9) 4% (33) 750PID: Dem (no lean) 31% (237) 51% (397) 8% (59) 2% (13) 9% (67) 773PID: Ind (no lean) 25% (185) 48% (361) 7% (49) 4% (32) 16% (120) 747PID: Rep (no lean) 34% (231) 49% (336) 6% (42) 3% (21) 7% (50) 680PID/Gender: DemMen 32% (108) 51% (170) 7% (24) 1% (3) 9% (29) 334PID/Gender: DemWomen 30% (130) 52% (227) 8% (35) 2% (10) 9% (38) 440PID/Gender: Ind Men 22% (79) 50% (175) 7% (26) 6% (23) 14% (49) 352PID/Gender: Ind Women 27% (106) 47% (186) 6% (22) 2% (9) 18% (71) 395PID/Gender: Rep Men 35% (130) 49% (183) 6% (21) 4% (16) 7% (26) 376PID/Gender: Rep Women 33% (101) 50% (153) 7% (21) 2% (5) 8% (24) 304Ideo: Liberal (1-3) 32% (188) 51% (302) 10% (60) 2% (9) 5% (29) 588Ideo: Moderate (4) 26% (160) 55% (342) 6% (37) 2% (12) 12% (72) 624Ideo: Conservative (5-7) 33% (234) 51% (363) 5% (37) 5% (33) 6% (45) 713Educ: < College 29% (439) 47% (710) 7% (112) 3% (46) 13% (204) 1512Educ: Bachelors degree 31% (136) 56% (249) 6% (25) 3% (15) 4% (18) 444Educ: Post-grad 32% (79) 55% (134) 5% (12) 2% (4) 6% (15) 244Income: Under 50k 30% (370) 45% (550) 8% (92) 4% (44) 14% (173) 1229Income: 50k-100k 28% (178) 57% (364) 6% (41) 3% (17) 6% (41) 641Income: 100k+ 32% (106) 54% (180) 5% (15) 2% (5) 7% (24) 330Ethnicity: White 30% (522) 50% (866) 6% (108) 3% (48) 10% (179) 1722Ethnicity: Hispanic 35% (122) 37% (128) 10% (36) 4% (14) 14% (49) 349

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Adults 30% (654) 50% (1094) 7% (149) 3% (66) 11% (237) 2200Ethnicity: Black 26% (71) 50% (138) 8% (23) 5% (13) 11% (30) 274Ethnicity: Other 30% (61) 44% (90) 9% (19) 3% (5) 14% (29) 204All Christian 32% (308) 55% (527) 4% (37) 3% (26) 7% (69) 967All Non-Christian 24% (27) 57% (65) 5% (6) 4% (4) 9% (11) 113Atheist 28% (36) 48% (62) 15% (19) 1% (2) 8% (10) 129Agnostic/Nothing in particular 30% (180) 42% (249) 7% (41) 4% (21) 18% (105) 596Something Else 26% (104) 48% (190) 12% (46) 3% (13) 11% (42) 395Religious Non-Protestant/Catholic 24% (31) 59% (76) 5% (6) 3% (4) 9% (11) 129Evangelical 31% (181) 52% (307) 6% (36) 3% (19) 8% (48) 591Non-Evangelical 30% (223) 53% (391) 6% (44) 3% (19) 8% (63) 739Community: Urban 34% (194) 43% (245) 7% (41) 4% (24) 11% (60) 564Community: Suburban 29% (293) 52% (526) 7% (74) 2% (24) 9% (85) 1003Community: Rural 26% (167) 51% (322) 5% (34) 3% (18) 14% (92) 633Employ: Private Sector 28% (179) 55% (357) 7% (43) 3% (21) 7% (46) 645Employ: Government 30% (43) 51% (72) 6% (9) 2% (3) 10% (14) 141Employ: Self-Employed 31% (55) 43% (77) 8% (14) 7% (13) 11% (20) 179Employ: Homemaker 24% (39) 52% (85) 8% (12) 1% (1) 15% (24) 162Employ: Retired 33% (169) 57% (296) 4% (18) 2% (9) 4% (23) 515Employ: Unemployed 32% (102) 39% (125) 7% (22) 4% (12) 17% (55) 316Employ: Other 37% (49) 29% (38) 7% (9) 3% (4) 24% (32) 132Military HH: Yes 32% (110) 53% (182) 7% (24) 3% (10) 5% (18) 344Military HH: No 29% (545) 49% (911) 7% (125) 3% (56) 12% (219) 1856RD/WT: Right Direction 34% (194) 47% (270) 5% (28) 3% (20) 11% (66) 578RD/WT: Wrong Track 28% (460) 51% (824) 7% (121) 3% (46) 11% (171) 1622Trump Job Approve 34% (294) 49% (419) 5% (45) 4% (30) 8% (68) 856Trump Job Disapprove 28% (340) 53% (641) 8% (99) 2% (30) 9% (107) 1218Trump Job Strongly Approve 40% (190) 44% (212) 5% (26) 4% (21) 6% (28) 478Trump Job Somewhat Approve 27% (103) 55% (207) 5% (19) 2% (9) 11% (40) 378Trump Job Somewhat Disapprove 24% (65) 57% (156) 6% (16) 3% (8) 11% (30) 275Trump Job Strongly Disapprove 29% (275) 51% (485) 9% (83) 2% (22) 8% (77) 942

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Adults 30% (654) 50% (1094) 7% (149) 3% (66) 11% (237) 2200Favorable of Trump 35% (296) 50% (430) 5% (43) 3% (29) 7% (58) 856Unfavorable of Trump 28% (331) 53% (635) 9% (105) 2% (30) 9% (103) 1205Very Favorable of Trump 41% (201) 43% (210) 5% (24) 5% (24) 7% (34) 492Somewhat Favorable of Trump 26% (96) 60% (220) 5% (19) 1% (5) 7% (24) 364Somewhat Unfavorable of Trump 17% (39) 60% (135) 9% (21) 4% (9) 9% (20) 224Very Unfavorable of Trump 30% (293) 51% (499) 9% (85) 2% (21) 8% (83) 981#1 Issue: Economy 33% (248) 51% (384) 6% (44) 2% (11) 8% (60) 747#1 Issue: Security 32% (82) 50% (127) 8% (20) 7% (17) 4% (9) 255#1 Issue: Health Care 27% (114) 45% (191) 9% (38) 4% (16) 16% (66) 425#1 Issue: Medicare / Social Security 31% (100) 55% (175) 3% (11) 4% (12) 7% (22) 320#1 Issue: Women’s Issues 20% (25) 46% (57) 12% (15) 2% (3) 20% (25) 123#1 Issue: Education 25% (28) 43% (48) 6% (7) 4% (4) 22% (25) 112#1 Issue: Energy 30% (25) 52% (43) 7% (6) — (0) 11% (9) 83#1 Issue: Other 25% (33) 51% (70) 6% (9) 2% (3) 15% (21) 1352018 House Vote: Democrat 34% (241) 54% (388) 4% (29) 2% (16) 6% (39) 7142018 House Vote: Republican 32% (202) 53% (338) 6% (35) 3% (21) 6% (37) 6332018 House Vote: Someone else 23% (13) 53% (30) 6% (3) — (0) 19% (11) 572016 Vote: Hillary Clinton 33% (223) 54% (366) 5% (36) 2% (16) 6% (40) 6822016 Vote: Donald Trump 32% (224) 54% (377) 5% (37) 3% (23) 5% (35) 6962016 Vote: Other 20% (21) 61% (66) 6% (7) 1% (1) 12% (13) 1092016 Vote: Didn’t Vote 26% (185) 40% (284) 10% (69) 4% (26) 21% (150) 713Voted in 2014: Yes 32% (396) 56% (697) 5% (60) 2% (25) 5% (61) 1239Voted in 2014: No 27% (258) 41% (397) 9% (89) 4% (41) 18% (177) 9612012 Vote: Barack Obama 32% (267) 55% (455) 6% (50) 2% (18) 4% (36) 8262012 Vote: Mitt Romney 33% (157) 56% (265) 4% (19) 2% (8) 5% (22) 4712012 Vote: Other 15% (13) 64% (56) 6% (5) 1% (1) 13% (12) 872012 Vote: Didn’t Vote 27% (217) 39% (316) 9% (75) 5% (39) 21% (168) 815

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Adults 30% (654) 50% (1094) 7% (149) 3% (66) 11% (237) 22004-Region: Northeast 31% (123) 53% (210) 6% (23) 3% (11) 7% (27) 3944-Region: Midwest 30% (139) 51% (234) 6% (29) 3% (12) 10% (48) 4624-Region: South 29% (242) 51% (418) 6% (47) 3% (26) 11% (92) 8244-Region: West 29% (150) 45% (232) 10% (51) 3% (17) 13% (70) 520Sports fan 32% (440) 52% (726) 6% (87) 3% (37) 7% (101) 1391Traveled outside of U.S. in past year 1+ times 27% (98) 50% (179) 8% (30) 4% (13) 11% (41) 362Frequent Flyer 27% (59) 50% (109) 8% (16) 5% (11) 10% (21) 217Note: Row proportions may total to larger than one-hundred percent due to rounding. For more information visit MorningConsultIntelligence.com.

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Adults 35% (768) — (4) 2% (41) 2% (45) 1% (26) 1% (28) — (11) 4% (93) 1% (24) 1% (11) 31% (693) 21% (457) 2200Gender: Male 34% (365) — (3) 2% (18) 2% (26) 1% (9) 1% (12) 1% (5) 5% (51) 1% (5) 1% (8) 35% (370) 18% (189) 1062Gender: Female 35% (403) — (1) 2% (23) 2% (19) 1% (17) 1% (15) — (5) 4% (43) 2% (18) — (3) 28% (323) 24% (268) 1138Age: 18-34 36% (238) — (0) 3% (20) 3% (20) 3% (18) 3% (17) — (3) 3% (17) 2% (13) 1% (4) 24% (155) 23% (152) 655Age: 35-44 31% (110) — (0) 2% (9) 2% (9) 1% (3) 1% (4) 1% (2) 5% (19) 1% (5) 2% (7) 31% (111) 22% (78) 358Age: 45-64 34% (258) — (3) 1% (7) 1% (9) 1% (5) 1% (7) 1% (5) 5% (40) — (4) — (0) 35% (263) 20% (150) 751Age: 65+ 37% (162) — (1) 1% (6) 2% (7) — (0) — (0) — (1) 4% (17) — (2) — (1) 37% (163) 18% (77) 436GenZers: 1997-2012 44% (114) — (0) 4% (10) 2% (5) 3% (9) 2% (4) 1% (1) 2% (6) 3% (8) — (0) 16% (41) 23% (59) 259Millennials: 1981-1996 33% (187) — (0) 2% (12) 3% (16) 2% (10) 3% (14) — (2) 4% (21) 1% (7) 1% (4) 29% (164) 22% (127) 565GenXers: 1965-1980 30% (161) — (2) 2% (9) 2% (12) 1% (3) 1% (7) 1% (4) 6% (33) — (3) 1% (6) 32% (171) 23% (126) 537Baby Boomers: 1946-1964 37% (279) — (1) 1% (9) 1% (11) 1% (4) — (2) — (3) 4% (31) 1% (5) — (1) 37% (274) 17% (130) 750PID: Dem (no lean) 63% (491) — (1) 1% (7) 1% (5) 1% (6) 2% (17) 1% (4) 3% (23) 1% (4) — (1) 11% (86) 17% (129) 773PID: Ind (no lean) 31% (230) — (2) 2% (17) 2% (13) 2% (12) 1% (8) — (3) 4% (27) 2% (13) 1% (6) 29% (217) 27% (200) 747PID: Rep (no lean) 7% (47) — (0) 3% (18) 4% (27) 1% (8) — (3) 1% (4) 6% (44) 1% (7) 1% (5) 57% (389) 19% (129) 680PID/Gender: DemMen 64% (213) — (0) — (1) 1% (3) — (1) 3% (9) 1% (2) 3% (10) 1% (3) — (1) 15% (50) 12% (41) 334PID/Gender: DemWomen 63% (278) — (1) 1% (6) — (2) 1% (5) 2% (8) 1% (2) 3% (12) — (1) — (0) 8% (37) 20% (88) 440PID/Gender: Ind Men 35% (122) 1% (2) 2% (7) 2% (6) 1% (4) 1% (2) — (0) 4% (14) — (1) 1% (4) 30% (107) 23% (83) 352PID/Gender: Ind Women 27% (108) — (0) 2% (9) 2% (7) 2% (8) 1% (5) 1% (3) 3% (13) 3% (11) 1% (2) 28% (110) 30% (117) 395PID/Gender: Rep Men 8% (30) — (0) 3% (9) 5% (17) 1% (4) — (1) 1% (4) 7% (27) — (1) 1% (4) 57% (214) 17% (65) 376PID/Gender: Rep Women 6% (18) — (0) 3% (8) 3% (10) 1% (3) 1% (2) — (0) 6% (17) 2% (6) — (1) 58% (175) 21% (63) 304Ideo: Liberal (1-3) 67% (394) 1% (4) 1% (5) 1% (5) 1% (6) 1% (9) — (3) 2% (12) 1% (4) — (3) 13% (74) 12% (71) 588Ideo: Moderate (4) 37% (232) — (0) 2% (13) 2% (12) 1% (5) 2% (13) — (2) 4% (26) 1% (4) 1% (4) 29% (179) 21% (134) 624Ideo: Conservative (5-7) 11% (76) — (0) 2% (15) 3% (24) 1% (7) — (3) 1% (6) 6% (45) 1% (7) 1% (4) 56% (401) 17% (124) 713Educ: < College 31% (471) — (1) 2% (30) 2% (32) 1% (16) 1% (22) — (7) 4% (68) 1% (19) — (8) 33% (494) 23% (346) 1512Educ: Bachelors degree 42% (186) — (0) 2% (8) 2% (8) 2% (7) 1% (4) — (2) 3% (12) — (2) — (1) 30% (135) 18% (78) 444Educ: Post-grad 46% (111) 1% (3) 1% (3) 2% (5) 1% (3) 1% (2) 1% (2) 6% (14) 1% (3) 1% (3) 26% (63) 13% (33) 244Income: Under 50k 33% (403) — (1) 2% (24) 2% (30) 1% (13) 1% (18) — (5) 4% (49) 1% (17) 1% (8) 30% (370) 24% (291) 1229Income: 50k-100k 37% (234) — (3) 1% (10) 1% (8) 1% (9) 1% (7) 1% (4) 5% (32) 1% (5) — (0) 32% (207) 19% (121) 641Income: 100k+ 40% (131) — (0) 2% (7) 2% (6) 1% (4) 1% (2) — (2) 4% (12) — (1) 1% (3) 35% (116) 14% (45) 330Ethnicity: White 32% (548) — (1) 2% (28) 2% (38) 1% (20) 1% (20) — (8) 4% (75) 1% (20) 1% (11) 35% (607) 20% (344) 1722Ethnicity: Hispanic 40% (138) 1% (2) 2% (5) 2% (7) 1% (3) 1% (4) — (0) 3% (9) 2% (8) — (0) 24% (82) 26% (90) 349Ethnicity: Black 48% (131) 1% (2) 2% (6) — (1) — (1) 2% (6) 1% (2) 5% (14) — (0) — (0) 18% (49) 22% (61) 274Ethnicity: Other 43% (88) — (0) 4% (7) 3% (6) 2% (5) 1% (1) — (0) 2% (4) 1% (3) — (0) 18% (37) 26% (53) 204All Christian 29% (282) — (4) 2% (17) 2% (15) 1% (9) 1% (11) 1% (7) 5% (50) 1% (5) — (5) 39% (380) 19% (183) 967All Non-Christian 46% (52) — (0) 2% (2) 5% (6) 2% (2) 2% (2) — (0) 6% (7) — (0) 1% (1) 19% (21) 17% (19) 113Atheist 64% (82) — (0) 1% (1) 1% (1) 1% (1) 3% (4) — (1) 2% (3) — (0) — (0) 22% (28) 6% (7) 129Agnostic/Nothing in particular 38% (229) — (0) 2% (11) 2% (9) 2% (11) 1% (8) — (2) 3% (17) 2% (14) 1% (4) 24% (143) 25% (147) 596Something Else 31% (123) — (0) 3% (11) 3% (13) 1% (3) 1% (2) — (0) 4% (17) 1% (4) — (0) 30% (120) 26% (101) 395Religious Non-Protestant/Catholic 41% (53) — (0) 2% (2) 5% (6) 2% (2) 1% (2) — (0) 6% (8) — (0) 1% (1) 22% (28) 20% (25) 129

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VicePresidentMikePence

TheCentersfor

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Yourlocal gov-ernment

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Adults 35% (768) — (4) 2% (41) 2% (45) 1% (26) 1% (28) — (11) 4% (93) 1% (24) 1% (11) 31% (693) 21% (457) 2200Evangelical 22% (132) — (1) 3% (16) 2% (15) 1% (5) 1% (5) 1% (3) 6% (36) 1% (5) — (1) 41% (242) 22% (130) 591Non-Evangelical 36% (267) — (2) 1% (11) 2% (13) 1% (6) 1% (6) 1% (4) 4% (28) 1% (4) 1% (4) 33% (247) 20% (145) 739Community: Urban 42% (236) — (0) 1% (6) 2% (13) 1% (6) 1% (7) 1% (4) 5% (29) 2% (11) — (3) 27% (152) 17% (97) 564Community: Suburban 36% (360) — (3) 2% (16) 2% (20) 1% (9) 1% (12) — (4) 4% (45) 1% (7) 1% (6) 32% (317) 20% (204) 1003Community: Rural 27% (172) — (0) 3% (19) 2% (12) 2% (11) 1% (8) — (3) 3% (20) 1% (6) — (3) 35% (223) 25% (156) 633Employ: Private Sector 36% (234) — (0) 2% (10) 2% (15) 1% (9) 1% (9) 1% (5) 5% (29) 1% (4) — (2) 33% (212) 18% (116) 645Employ: Government 28% (40) 2% (2) — (1) 1% (2) 3% (4) 1% (2) 2% (2) 11% (15) — (0) 1% (1) 24% (33) 27% (39) 141Employ: Self-Employed 38% (69) — (0) 4% (8) 4% (8) 2% (3) 2% (3) — (0) 3% (5) 1% (2) — (0) 33% (58) 13% (24) 179Employ: Homemaker 29% (47) — (0) 2% (3) 2% (3) 1% (2) 2% (3) — (1) 3% (5) 2% (4) — (0) 31% (50) 28% (45) 162Employ: Retired 36% (185) — (1) 1% (7) 2% (8) — (0) — (1) 1% (3) 5% (26) 1% (5) — (1) 39% (201) 15% (78) 515Employ: Unemployed 30% (96) — (0) 2% (8) 2% (8) 2% (5) 2% (6) — (0) 3% (9) 2% (8) 2% (6) 27% (84) 28% (87) 316Employ: Other 27% (36) — (0) — (0) 1% (2) 1% (1) 2% (3) — (0) 2% (3) 1% (1) — (1) 28% (37) 37% (49) 132Military HH: Yes 32% (111) — (0) 1% (4) 4% (14) 1% (5) 1% (3) 1% (4) 4% (15) 1% (4) — (1) 41% (142) 12% (41) 344Military HH: No 35% (657) — (4) 2% (37) 2% (31) 1% (21) 1% (24) — (7) 4% (78) 1% (19) 1% (10) 30% (551) 22% (416) 1856RD/WT: Right Direction 8% (49) — (0) 1% (8) 3% (18) 2% (9) 1% (7) 1% (5) 7% (38) 1% (5) 1% (7) 54% (312) 21% (121) 578RD/WT: Wrong Track 44% (719) — (4) 2% (33) 2% (27) 1% (17) 1% (21) — (6) 3% (55) 1% (19) — (4) 23% (380) 21% (336) 1622Trump Job Approve 4% (35) — (0) 2% (20) 3% (26) 2% (15) 1% (7) 1% (5) 7% (61) 1% (9) 1% (9) 58% (498) 20% (174) 856Trump Job Disapprove 59% (724) — (4) 2% (19) 1% (15) 1% (10) 2% (21) — (6) 3% (31) 1% (12) — (2) 14% (169) 17% (205) 1218Trump Job Strongly Approve 3% (15) — (0) 1% (5) 4% (18) — (2) 1% (3) 1% (4) 7% (35) 1% (5) 1% (7) 67% (320) 14% (65) 478Trump Job Somewhat Approve 5% (20) — (0) 4% (14) 2% (8) 3% (13) 1% (4) — (1) 7% (26) 1% (3) — (2) 47% (178) 29% (109) 378Trump Job Somewhat Disapprove 22% (62) — (0) 4% (12) 3% (9) 2% (5) 3% (9) 1% (2) 8% (21) 2% (6) 1% (2) 24% (66) 30% (83) 275Trump Job Strongly Disapprove 70% (662) — (4) 1% (8) 1% (6) — (5) 1% (13) — (4) 1% (10) 1% (6) — (1) 11% (103) 13% (122) 942Favorable of Trump 3% (26) — (0) 3% (21) 4% (30) 2% (13) 1% (6) 1% (5) 7% (63) 1% (9) 1% (9) 59% (507) 20% (168) 856Unfavorable of Trump 61% (729) — (4) 1% (18) 1% (10) 1% (13) 2% (20) — (6) 2% (28) 1% (12) — (2) 14% (166) 16% (197) 1205Very Favorable of Trump 2% (12) — (0) 1% (6) 4% (18) 1% (3) 1% (3) 1% (4) 7% (36) 1% (7) 1% (6) 68% (334) 13% (64) 492Somewhat Favorable of Trump 4% (14) — (0) 4% (15) 3% (12) 3% (10) 1% (3) — (1) 7% (27) 1% (2) 1% (3) 48% (173) 28% (103) 364Somewhat Unfavorable of Trump 24% (54) — (0) 5% (11) 2% (4) 3% (6) 3% (8) — (0) 5% (12) 1% (1) — (1) 28% (63) 29% (65) 224Very Unfavorable of Trump 69% (675) — (3) 1% (7) 1% (6) 1% (7) 1% (13) 1% (6) 2% (16) 1% (11) — (1) 10% (102) 13% (132) 981#1 Issue: Economy 28% (206) — (1) 2% (17) 2% (14) 1% (10) 1% (6) — (2) 5% (40) 1% (9) — (3) 38% (284) 21% (155) 747#1 Issue: Security 14% (35) — (0) 2% (4) 3% (8) 1% (2) 1% (2) 1% (3) 6% (15) 2% (5) — (0) 57% (146) 13% (34) 255#1 Issue: Health Care 52% (221) — (0) 1% (3) 2% (8) 1% (3) 1% (4) 1% (3) 4% (15) 1% (3) 1% (2) 17% (71) 22% (91) 425#1 Issue: Medicare / Social Security 37% (119) — (0) 1% (5) 1% (2) 1% (3) 1% (3) 1% (2) 3% (8) — (1) — (1) 34% (107) 21% (68) 320#1 Issue: Women’s Issues 45% (55) — (0) 4% (5) 2% (3) 1% (1) 1% (2) — (0) 1% (1) — (0) 2% (3) 12% (15) 31% (38) 123#1 Issue: Education 21% (24) — (0) 1% (2) 2% (2) 5% (5) 4% (4) 1% (1) 3% (4) 4% (4) — (0) 21% (24) 38% (43) 112#1 Issue: Energy 46% (38) 3% (2) 2% (2) 8% (7) 2% (2) 9% (7) — (0) 1% (1) — (0) 2% (2) 18% (15) 10% (8) 83#1 Issue: Other 51% (69) — (0) 4% (5) — (0) — (0) — (0) — (0) 6% (8) — (1) — (0) 24% (32) 15% (20) 1352018 House Vote: Democrat 66% (472) — (4) 1% (6) 1% (6) 1% (4) 1% (10) — (4) 3% (19) — (2) — (2) 13% (90) 14% (97) 7142018 House Vote: Republican 9% (55) — (0) 2% (15) 3% (18) 1% (8) — (2) 1% (3) 6% (40) 1% (6) 1% (5) 61% (383) 16% (98) 6332018 House Vote: Someone else 22% (12) — (0) — (0) 4% (2) 2% (1) 1% (1) 1% (1) 6% (4) 3% (2) — (0) 26% (15) 35% (20) 57

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Your stategovern-ment

Yourlocal gov-ernment

TheUnitedNations(UN)

TheWorldHealthOrgani-zation(WHO)

AirlineCompa-nies

TheTrans-

portationSecurityAdminis-tration(TSA)

TheChinesegovern-ment

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Adults 35% (768) — (4) 2% (41) 2% (45) 1% (26) 1% (28) — (11) 4% (93) 1% (24) 1% (11) 31% (693) 21% (457) 22002016 Vote: Hillary Clinton 69% (471) 1% (4) 1% (6) 1% (4) 1% (5) 1% (7) 1% (4) 2% (16) — (2) — (1) 11% (77) 13% (86) 6822016 Vote: Donald Trump 8% (55) — (0) 2% (16) 3% (20) 2% (11) — (2) 1% (4) 6% (44) 1% (7) 1% (8) 62% (430) 14% (98) 6962016 Vote: Other 36% (39) — (0) 2% (2) 2% (3) 1% (1) — (0) — (0) 4% (5) 1% (1) — (0) 28% (30) 27% (29) 1092016 Vote: Didn’t Vote 28% (203) — (0) 2% (17) 3% (18) 1% (9) 3% (19) — (3) 4% (28) 2% (14) — (2) 22% (155) 34% (243) 713Voted in 2014: Yes 39% (483) — (4) 1% (17) 2% (23) 1% (11) 1% (8) — (6) 5% (62) 1% (7) — (4) 35% (439) 14% (176) 1239Voted in 2014: No 30% (285) — (0) 3% (24) 2% (22) 2% (15) 2% (20) 1% (5) 3% (31) 2% (16) 1% (7) 26% (254) 29% (281) 9612012 Vote: Barack Obama 58% (480) — (4) 1% (11) — (4) 1% (7) 1% (10) 1% (4) 4% (29) 1% (5) — (4) 18% (145) 15% (123) 8262012 Vote: Mitt Romney 8% (40) — (0) 2% (8) 4% (17) 1% (2) — (1) — (1) 6% (28) 1% (3) — (2) 63% (297) 15% (72) 4712012 Vote: Other 19% (16) — (0) 2% (2) 4% (3) 2% (1) 1% (1) 1% (1) 6% (5) — (0) — (0) 46% (40) 19% (17) 872012 Vote: Didn’t Vote 28% (231) — (0) 3% (21) 3% (21) 2% (15) 2% (16) 1% (5) 4% (30) 2% (15) 1% (6) 26% (211) 30% (245) 8154-Region: Northeast 41% (162) — (0) 3% (12) 1% (5) 1% (6) 2% (6) 1% (2) 4% (15) 1% (4) 1% (3) 26% (102) 19% (76) 3944-Region: Midwest 31% (142) — (0) 1% (3) 2% (10) 1% (5) 2% (7) — (0) 4% (18) 1% (4) — (2) 37% (169) 22% (102) 4624-Region: South 33% (270) — (3) 2% (13) 2% (16) 1% (11) 1% (12) 1% (7) 4% (34) 1% (7) — (3) 34% (276) 21% (172) 8244-Region: West 37% (194) — (1) 2% (13) 3% (14) 1% (5) 1% (3) — (2) 5% (26) 2% (8) 1% (3) 28% (145) 20% (106) 520Sports fan 37% (508) — (3) 2% (30) 2% (31) 1% (19) 1% (16) 1% (7) 4% (56) 1% (11) 1% (8) 32% (439) 19% (261) 1391Traveled outside of U.S. in past year 1+ times 39% (140) — (0) 2% (9) 3% (10) 1% (3) 2% (8) 1% (2) 5% (18) — (1) 1% (4) 28% (100) 18% (66) 362Frequent Flyer 37% (81) — (0) 2% (5) 5% (11) 2% (5) 1% (3) 1% (1) 6% (13) — (1) 1% (2) 30% (64) 14% (30) 217

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TheU.S.government is notdoing enough to

address the outbreakof the coronavirus in

the U.S.

The U.S.government is doingthe right amount toaddress the outbreakof the coronavirus in

the U.S.

The U.S. governmentis doing too much toaddress the outbreakof the coronavirus in

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Adults 54% (1190) 27% (584) 8% (174) 11% (252) 2200Gender: Male 51% (546) 29% (312) 9% (92) 11% (112) 1062Gender: Female 57% (645) 24% (272) 7% (82) 12% (140) 1138Age: 18-34 54% (355) 20% (134) 10% (67) 15% (99) 655Age: 35-44 48% (170) 28% (100) 10% (35) 15% (52) 358Age: 45-64 56% (420) 28% (211) 7% (54) 9% (66) 751Age: 65+ 56% (245) 32% (138) 4% (18) 8% (35) 436GenZers: 1997-2012 59% (153) 17% (43) 7% (19) 17% (44) 259Millennials: 1981-1996 51% (288) 24% (137) 11% (62) 14% (78) 565GenXers: 1965-1980 51% (274) 29% (154) 9% (47) 12% (62) 537Baby Boomers: 1946-1964 59% (439) 28% (210) 6% (41) 8% (59) 750PID: Dem (no lean) 79% (613) 11% (83) 1% (10) 9% (68) 773PID: Ind (no lean) 53% (393) 23% (172) 7% (56) 17% (126) 747PID: Rep (no lean) 27% (185) 48% (329) 16% (108) 9% (58) 680PID/Gender: DemMen 77% (256) 12% (40) 1% (4) 10% (33) 334PID/Gender: DemWomen 81% (356) 10% (43) 1% (6) 8% (34) 440PID/Gender: Ind Men 56% (196) 22% (79) 7% (26) 14% (51) 352PID/Gender: Ind Women 50% (197) 24% (93) 8% (30) 19% (75) 395PID/Gender: Rep Men 25% (93) 51% (193) 16% (62) 8% (28) 376PID/Gender: Rep Women 30% (91) 45% (136) 15% (46) 10% (30) 304Ideo: Liberal (1-3) 83% (490) 10% (57) 2% (14) 4% (26) 588Ideo: Moderate (4) 60% (372) 24% (152) 5% (31) 11% (69) 624Ideo: Conservative (5-7) 30% (212) 46% (327) 16% (117) 8% (58) 713Educ: < College 52% (789) 26% (394) 8% (116) 14% (214) 1512Educ: Bachelors degree 57% (252) 28% (123) 10% (43) 6% (27) 444Educ: Post-grad 61% (150) 27% (67) 6% (15) 5% (12) 244

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the U.S.

The U.S.government is doingthe right amount toaddress the outbreakof the coronavirus in

the U.S.

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Adults 61% (1344) 25% (542) 5% (101) 2% (51) 7% (163) 2200Gender: Male 59% (626) 26% (275) 5% (58) 3% (29) 7% (74) 1062Gender: Female 63% (718) 23% (266) 4% (43) 2% (22) 8% (89) 1138Age: 18-34 54% (355) 22% (142) 6% (37) 4% (26) 15% (95) 655Age: 35-44 61% (218) 24% (87) 5% (19) 2% (8) 7% (26) 358Age: 45-64 64% (480) 27% (202) 4% (28) 1% (9) 4% (31) 751Age: 65+ 67% (291) 25% (111) 4% (17) 2% (7) 3% (11) 436GenZers: 1997-2012 47% (122) 21% (54) 10% (25) 6% (14) 17% (43) 259Millennials: 1981-1996 59% (335) 23% (128) 4% (25) 3% (17) 11% (61) 565GenXers: 1965-1980 62% (334) 26% (139) 4% (21) 2% (11) 6% (32) 537Baby Boomers: 1946-1964 67% (504) 25% (191) 3% (24) 1% (8) 3% (23) 750PID: Dem (no lean) 68% (528) 21% (160) 4% (33) 1% (8) 6% (46) 773PID: Ind (no lean) 56% (421) 25% (190) 5% (35) 3% (23) 10% (78) 747PID: Rep (no lean) 58% (395) 28% (192) 5% (32) 3% (20) 6% (40) 680PID/Gender: DemMen 66% (219) 22% (74) 5% (16) 1% (4) 6% (20) 334PID/Gender: DemWomen 70% (309) 19% (86) 4% (17) 1% (3) 6% (25) 440PID/Gender: Ind Men 54% (190) 25% (89) 7% (23) 4% (14) 10% (35) 352PID/Gender: Ind Women 58% (230) 26% (101) 3% (12) 2% (9) 11% (42) 395PID/Gender: Rep Men 58% (217) 30% (113) 5% (18) 3% (10) 5% (19) 376PID/Gender: Rep Women 59% (179) 26% (79) 5% (14) 3% (10) 7% (22) 304Ideo: Liberal (1-3) 70% (411) 20% (119) 6% (33) 1% (6) 3% (20) 588Ideo: Moderate (4) 59% (370) 27% (170) 4% (27) 2% (13) 7% (44) 624Ideo: Conservative (5-7) 61% (433) 27% (194) 5% (33) 4% (25) 4% (28) 713Educ: < College 60% (914) 23% (345) 5% (74) 3% (39) 9% (140) 1512Educ: Bachelors degree 62% (276) 28% (126) 4% (20) 2% (8) 3% (13) 444Educ: Post-grad 63% (153) 29% (71) 3% (7) 1% (3) 4% (10) 244Income: Under 50k 61% (751) 21% (263) 5% (62) 3% (33) 10% (119) 1229Income: 50k-100k 60% (383) 29% (184) 4% (28) 2% (14) 5% (32) 641Income: 100k+ 64% (210) 29% (94) 3% (10) 1% (4) 4% (12) 330Ethnicity: White 61% (1055) 26% (440) 4% (76) 2% (33) 7% (118) 1722Ethnicity: Hispanic 62% (215) 19% (68) 7% (25) 2% (6) 10% (36) 349

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Adults 61% (1344) 25% (542) 5% (101) 2% (51) 7% (163) 2200Favorable of Trump 58% (493) 29% (247) 6% (50) 3% (28) 4% (38) 856Unfavorable of Trump 68% (815) 22% (265) 4% (48) 1% (16) 5% (61) 1205Very Favorable of Trump 56% (276) 29% (142) 8% (38) 3% (16) 4% (20) 492Somewhat Favorable of Trump 60% (217) 29% (106) 3% (12) 3% (11) 5% (18) 364Somewhat Unfavorable of Trump 57% (129) 31% (70) 5% (11) 1% (3) 5% (11) 224Very Unfavorable of Trump 70% (686) 20% (195) 4% (37) 1% (12) 5% (50) 981#1 Issue: Economy 67% (504) 24% (182) 2% (18) 1% (10) 5% (34) 747#1 Issue: Security 51% (130) 28% (72) 11% (27) 5% (12) 5% (13) 255#1 Issue: Health Care 65% (276) 21% (87) 6% (24) 1% (5) 8% (32) 425#1 Issue: Medicare / Social Security 61% (197) 25% (81) 4% (12) 2% (7) 7% (22) 320#1 Issue: Women’s Issues 48% (59) 21% (26) 5% (6) 4% (5) 21% (26) 123#1 Issue: Education 44% (49) 31% (34) 5% (5) 2% (2) 19% (21) 112#1 Issue: Energy 46% (38) 42% (35) 3% (2) 3% (3) 6% (5) 83#1 Issue: Other 67% (91) 17% (23) 4% (6) 5% (6) 7% (9) 1352018 House Vote: Democrat 71% (510) 22% (158) 2% (13) 1% (4) 4% (29) 7142018 House Vote: Republican 58% (364) 30% (187) 6% (39) 3% (18) 4% (25) 6332018 House Vote: Someone else 62% (36) 28% (16) 3% (2) — (0) 6% (4) 572016 Vote: Hillary Clinton 73% (498) 20% (138) 3% (17) 1% (6) 3% (22) 6822016 Vote: Donald Trump 59% (413) 29% (200) 6% (41) 3% (19) 3% (23) 6962016 Vote: Other 63% (68) 30% (33) 4% (4) 1% (1) 3% (3) 1092016 Vote: Didn’t Vote 51% (363) 24% (171) 5% (39) 3% (25) 16% (116) 713Voted in 2014: Yes 67% (824) 26% (324) 3% (38) 1% (13) 3% (40) 1239Voted in 2014: No 54% (520) 23% (218) 6% (62) 4% (38) 13% (124) 9612012 Vote: Barack Obama 71% (588) 22% (183) 3% (23) 1% (7) 3% (25) 8262012 Vote: Mitt Romney 58% (272) 33% (156) 5% (24) 2% (9) 2% (11) 4712012 Vote: Other 63% (55) 26% (23) 2% (2) 1% (0) 8% (7) 872012 Vote: Didn’t Vote 53% (428) 22% (180) 6% (53) 4% (34) 15% (120) 815

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Adults 61% (1344) 25% (542) 5% (101) 2% (51) 7% (163) 22004-Region: Northeast 61% (241) 24% (96) 4% (16) 2% (10) 8% (32) 3944-Region: Midwest 58% (266) 28% (131) 5% (23) 2% (11) 7% (30) 4624-Region: South 61% (500) 25% (210) 4% (34) 2% (20) 7% (60) 8244-Region: West 65% (336) 20% (105) 5% (27) 2% (10) 8% (41) 520Sports fan 63% (873) 26% (363) 5% (64) 2% (23) 5% (67) 1391Traveled outside of U.S. in past year 1+ times 56% (203) 26% (94) 4% (16) 4% (13) 10% (37) 362Frequent Flyer 58% (126) 23% (50) 6% (12) 3% (7) 10% (22) 217Note: Row proportions may total to larger than one-hundred percent due to rounding. For more information visit MorningConsultIntelligence.com.

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Adults 15% (328) 17% (377) 19% (420) 24% (531) 25% (544) 2200Gender: Male 13% (140) 18% (191) 22% (231) 28% (298) 19% (203) 1062Gender: Female 17% (189) 16% (187) 17% (189) 20% (233) 30% (341) 1138Age: 18-34 19% (127) 17% (110) 16% (106) 15% (99) 32% (213) 655Age: 35-44 16% (59) 17% (61) 20% (71) 21% (74) 26% (93) 358Age: 45-64 12% (94) 16% (120) 19% (146) 31% (233) 21% (159) 751Age: 65+ 11% (49) 20% (86) 22% (98) 29% (125) 18% (79) 436GenZers: 1997-2012 21% (54) 20% (53) 14% (35) 9% (24) 36% (93) 259Millennials: 1981-1996 18% (103) 16% (90) 19% (109) 19% (107) 28% (156) 565GenXers: 1965-1980 15% (79) 17% (89) 19% (103) 27% (145) 23% (121) 537Baby Boomers: 1946-1964 11% (81) 17% (128) 20% (152) 31% (232) 21% (157) 750PID: Dem (no lean) 19% (149) 21% (165) 22% (171) 14% (110) 23% (178) 773PID: Ind (no lean) 15% (111) 15% (111) 19% (139) 23% (169) 29% (217) 747PID: Rep (no lean) 10% (68) 15% (101) 16% (110) 37% (252) 22% (148) 680PID/Gender: DemMen 19% (62) 21% (71) 29% (95) 16% (55) 15% (51) 334PID/Gender: DemWomen 20% (87) 22% (95) 17% (76) 12% (55) 29% (128) 440PID/Gender: Ind Men 14% (48) 17% (60) 21% (74) 25% (88) 23% (82) 352PID/Gender: Ind Women 16% (62) 13% (51) 17% (66) 21% (81) 34% (135) 395PID/Gender: Rep Men 8% (29) 16% (60) 16% (62) 41% (155) 19% (70) 376PID/Gender: Rep Women 13% (39) 13% (41) 16% (48) 32% (97) 26% (78) 304Ideo: Liberal (1-3) 21% (123) 23% (137) 24% (144) 13% (77) 18% (108) 588Ideo: Moderate (4) 14% (85) 17% (108) 21% (130) 23% (144) 25% (157) 624Ideo: Conservative (5-7) 11% (78) 14% (100) 17% (119) 37% (267) 21% (149) 713Educ: < College 14% (217) 16% (237) 17% (264) 25% (382) 27% (412) 1512Educ: Bachelors degree 17% (77) 19% (84) 22% (99) 22% (96) 20% (88) 444Educ: Post-grad 14% (34) 23% (56) 23% (57) 22% (53) 18% (43) 244Income: Under 50k 14% (175) 16% (201) 18% (220) 24% (292) 28% (341) 1229Income: 50k-100k 16% (100) 18% (113) 21% (137) 23% (149) 22% (141) 641Income: 100k+ 16% (53) 19% (63) 19% (63) 27% (89) 19% (61) 330Ethnicity: White 13% (227) 18% (302) 19% (326) 26% (444) 25% (423) 1722Ethnicity: Hispanic 20% (71) 18% (62) 23% (82) 11% (39) 27% (94) 349

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Adults 40% (875) 35% (772) 8% (170) 5% (101) 13% (282) 2200Gender: Male 36% (384) 39% (414) 9% (94) 5% (53) 11% (117) 1062Gender: Female 43% (491) 31% (358) 7% (76) 4% (47) 15% (165) 1138Age: 18-34 38% (249) 30% (193) 7% (49) 5% (30) 20% (134) 655Age: 35-44 42% (150) 36% (128) 7% (25) 3% (11) 12% (44) 358Age: 45-64 41% (305) 35% (262) 9% (68) 5% (40) 10% (76) 751Age: 65+ 39% (171) 43% (189) 7% (29) 4% (19) 7% (29) 436GenZers: 1997-2012 30% (77) 32% (82) 11% (29) 4% (10) 24% (61) 259Millennials: 1981-1996 41% (232) 32% (182) 7% (37) 4% (25) 16% (89) 565GenXers: 1965-1980 43% (228) 34% (184) 7% (37) 5% (25) 11% (62) 537Baby Boomers: 1946-1964 41% (308) 38% (283) 8% (59) 5% (38) 8% (62) 750PID: Dem (no lean) 47% (367) 36% (280) 5% (38) 2% (18) 9% (71) 773PID: Ind (no lean) 35% (261) 32% (241) 10% (75) 5% (35) 18% (134) 747PID: Rep (no lean) 36% (247) 37% (252) 8% (57) 7% (47) 11% (77) 680PID/Gender: DemMen 44% (146) 43% (143) 3% (11) 3% (10) 7% (24) 334PID/Gender: DemWomen 50% (221) 31% (137) 6% (27) 2% (9) 11% (46) 440PID/Gender: Ind Men 32% (113) 34% (119) 13% (45) 5% (17) 17% (58) 352PID/Gender: Ind Women 38% (148) 31% (122) 8% (30) 5% (18) 19% (76) 395PID/Gender: Rep Men 33% (125) 41% (153) 10% (38) 7% (26) 9% (34) 376PID/Gender: Rep Women 40% (122) 33% (99) 6% (19) 7% (21) 14% (43) 304Ideo: Liberal (1-3) 48% (280) 38% (226) 5% (32) 2% (12) 7% (39) 588Ideo: Moderate (4) 38% (235) 36% (225) 8% (47) 5% (33) 13% (83) 624Ideo: Conservative (5-7) 38% (269) 37% (261) 10% (71) 7% (52) 8% (60) 713Educ: < College 38% (580) 33% (496) 8% (121) 5% (79) 16% (237) 1512Educ: Bachelors degree 42% (188) 41% (180) 7% (32) 4% (16) 6% (29) 444Educ: Post-grad 44% (107) 40% (97) 7% (17) 3% (6) 7% (16) 244Income: Under 50k 38% (473) 31% (383) 9% (107) 5% (67) 16% (199) 1229Income: 50k-100k 41% (264) 39% (252) 6% (41) 4% (23) 9% (60) 641Income: 100k+ 42% (137) 42% (137) 7% (22) 3% (10) 7% (23) 330Ethnicity: White 39% (674) 36% (627) 8% (133) 4% (71) 13% (217) 1722Ethnicity: Hispanic 41% (143) 37% (131) 7% (24) 2% (7) 13% (45) 349

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Adults 40% (875) 35% (772) 8% (170) 5% (101) 13% (282) 2200Favorable of Trump 34% (294) 38% (323) 10% (84) 7% (60) 11% (95) 856Unfavorable of Trump 46% (549) 35% (426) 7% (82) 3% (30) 10% (116) 1205Very Favorable of Trump 33% (160) 36% (180) 12% (59) 9% (42) 10% (51) 492Somewhat Favorable of Trump 37% (134) 39% (144) 7% (25) 5% (17) 12% (44) 364Somewhat Unfavorable of Trump 36% (80) 42% (95) 12% (27) 1% (1) 9% (21) 224Very Unfavorable of Trump 48% (469) 34% (332) 6% (55) 3% (29) 10% (95) 981#1 Issue: Economy 44% (332) 36% (270) 7% (49) 3% (19) 10% (77) 747#1 Issue: Security 26% (67) 41% (105) 12% (31) 11% (27) 9% (24) 255#1 Issue: Health Care 47% (199) 31% (132) 6% (26) 3% (13) 13% (55) 425#1 Issue: Medicare / Social Security 34% (107) 38% (121) 9% (30) 6% (19) 13% (43) 320#1 Issue: Women’s Issues 25% (31) 33% (40) 12% (15) 7% (9) 23% (28) 123#1 Issue: Education 34% (39) 33% (37) 8% (8) 3% (3) 22% (25) 112#1 Issue: Energy 41% (34) 42% (35) 3% (2) 4% (3) 10% (9) 83#1 Issue: Other 49% (66) 24% (33) 6% (8) 5% (7) 16% (22) 1352018 House Vote: Democrat 47% (332) 39% (281) 4% (28) 3% (20) 8% (54) 7142018 House Vote: Republican 35% (220) 40% (251) 12% (73) 6% (40) 8% (48) 6332018 House Vote: Someone else 39% (22) 36% (20) 8% (4) 7% (4) 11% (6) 572016 Vote: Hillary Clinton 48% (326) 37% (253) 4% (30) 4% (25) 7% (48) 6822016 Vote: Donald Trump 35% (243) 40% (277) 11% (79) 7% (46) 7% (50) 6962016 Vote: Other 41% (45) 40% (44) 6% (7) 2% (2) 10% (11) 1092016 Vote: Didn’t Vote 37% (261) 28% (198) 8% (54) 4% (27) 24% (173) 713Voted in 2014: Yes 42% (520) 40% (496) 7% (82) 5% (57) 7% (85) 1239Voted in 2014: No 37% (355) 29% (276) 9% (88) 5% (44) 21% (198) 9612012 Vote: Barack Obama 49% (404) 36% (299) 5% (41) 3% (22) 7% (60) 8262012 Vote: Mitt Romney 31% (147) 45% (211) 10% (49) 7% (32) 7% (32) 4712012 Vote: Other 33% (29) 38% (33) 14% (12) 3% (3) 12% (10) 872012 Vote: Didn’t Vote 36% (294) 28% (229) 8% (67) 5% (43) 22% (181) 815

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Adults 44% (971) 32% (702) 8% (166) 5% (100) 12% (260) 2200Gender: Male 43% (454) 35% (371) 9% (99) 4% (41) 9% (97) 1062Gender: Female 45% (517) 29% (331) 6% (67) 5% (59) 14% (163) 1138Age: 18-34 40% (259) 28% (184) 6% (42) 6% (36) 20% (134) 655Age: 35-44 42% (149) 32% (115) 10% (36) 4% (15) 12% (43) 358Age: 45-64 47% (353) 33% (250) 7% (53) 5% (37) 8% (58) 751Age: 65+ 48% (211) 35% (154) 8% (34) 3% (12) 6% (25) 436GenZers: 1997-2012 37% (97) 30% (77) 6% (17) 5% (13) 22% (56) 259Millennials: 1981-1996 40% (226) 30% (170) 8% (45) 5% (29) 17% (96) 565GenXers: 1965-1980 45% (244) 31% (164) 9% (46) 6% (33) 9% (50) 537Baby Boomers: 1946-1964 49% (368) 34% (255) 7% (50) 3% (22) 7% (53) 750PID: Dem (no lean) 50% (384) 30% (234) 7% (58) 3% (26) 9% (72) 773PID: Ind (no lean) 41% (305) 31% (231) 8% (59) 5% (36) 15% (115) 747PID: Rep (no lean) 42% (282) 35% (237) 7% (50) 5% (37) 11% (73) 680PID/Gender: DemMen 52% (175) 28% (95) 10% (33) 3% (8) 7% (23) 334PID/Gender: DemWomen 47% (209) 32% (139) 6% (25) 4% (18) 11% (49) 440PID/Gender: Ind Men 37% (130) 36% (128) 10% (35) 4% (13) 13% (46) 352PID/Gender: Ind Women 44% (176) 26% (103) 6% (23) 6% (24) 18% (69) 395PID/Gender: Rep Men 40% (149) 39% (148) 8% (31) 5% (20) 8% (29) 376PID/Gender: Rep Women 44% (133) 29% (89) 6% (19) 6% (18) 15% (45) 304Ideo: Liberal (1-3) 49% (291) 31% (185) 9% (56) 4% (21) 6% (36) 588Ideo: Moderate (4) 44% (274) 33% (203) 7% (42) 5% (29) 12% (76) 624Ideo: Conservative (5-7) 43% (309) 36% (254) 8% (55) 5% (39) 8% (56) 713Educ: < College 43% (643) 30% (457) 8% (114) 5% (82) 14% (215) 1512Educ: Bachelors degree 48% (214) 34% (152) 8% (36) 3% (13) 6% (29) 444Educ: Post-grad 47% (114) 38% (92) 6% (16) 2% (5) 7% (16) 244Income: Under 50k 42% (522) 29% (358) 8% (102) 5% (56) 16% (191) 1229Income: 50k-100k 44% (282) 36% (230) 8% (48) 5% (31) 8% (49) 641Income: 100k+ 51% (168) 34% (113) 5% (15) 4% (13) 6% (21) 330Ethnicity: White 44% (752) 33% (575) 8% (133) 4% (68) 11% (194) 1722Ethnicity: Hispanic 42% (145) 29% (101) 9% (31) 3% (9) 18% (62) 349

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Adults 44% (971) 32% (702) 8% (166) 5% (100) 12% (260) 2200Favorable of Trump 40% (344) 35% (301) 9% (78) 6% (50) 10% (83) 856Unfavorable of Trump 50% (597) 31% (368) 7% (87) 4% (44) 9% (110) 1205Very Favorable of Trump 39% (193) 35% (171) 10% (50) 6% (28) 10% (50) 492Somewhat Favorable of Trump 42% (151) 36% (130) 8% (29) 6% (22) 9% (33) 364Somewhat Unfavorable of Trump 45% (101) 35% (79) 6% (12) 4% (10) 10% (21) 224Very Unfavorable of Trump 51% (496) 29% (288) 8% (74) 3% (34) 9% (89) 981#1 Issue: Economy 49% (365) 33% (248) 6% (44) 4% (26) 9% (64) 747#1 Issue: Security 30% (75) 39% (98) 15% (39) 7% (19) 9% (24) 255#1 Issue: Health Care 49% (208) 26% (111) 8% (34) 4% (16) 13% (56) 425#1 Issue: Medicare / Social Security 42% (135) 36% (114) 8% (26) 3% (10) 11% (35) 320#1 Issue: Women’s Issues 38% (47) 20% (24) 7% (8) 14% (18) 21% (26) 123#1 Issue: Education 39% (44) 24% (27) 6% (7) 1% (1) 29% (33) 112#1 Issue: Energy 39% (32) 45% (37) 1% (1) 4% (4) 10% (8) 83#1 Issue: Other 48% (66) 31% (42) 5% (7) 5% (7) 11% (15) 1352018 House Vote: Democrat 53% (378) 31% (219) 6% (44) 2% (17) 8% (57) 7142018 House Vote: Republican 40% (255) 39% (244) 9% (57) 6% (36) 7% (41) 6332018 House Vote: Someone else 46% (26) 30% (17) 6% (3) 5% (3) 13% (7) 572016 Vote: Hillary Clinton 54% (367) 30% (203) 5% (33) 3% (20) 9% (58) 6822016 Vote: Donald Trump 42% (294) 38% (263) 9% (65) 5% (35) 5% (38) 6962016 Vote: Other 44% (48) 36% (39) 11% (12) — (0) 8% (9) 1092016 Vote: Didn’t Vote 37% (262) 28% (197) 8% (55) 6% (45) 22% (155) 713Voted in 2014: Yes 48% (597) 35% (433) 7% (87) 3% (43) 6% (79) 1239Voted in 2014: No 39% (375) 28% (269) 8% (79) 6% (57) 19% (182) 9612012 Vote: Barack Obama 53% (438) 32% (266) 6% (47) 3% (22) 6% (53) 8262012 Vote: Mitt Romney 39% (185) 41% (192) 9% (41) 5% (24) 6% (29) 4712012 Vote: Other 46% (40) 30% (26) 12% (10) 1% (0) 11% (10) 872012 Vote: Didn’t Vote 38% (307) 27% (217) 8% (67) 7% (54) 21% (169) 815

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Adults 25% (542) 17% (370) 11% (248) 22% (493) 25% (547) 2200Gender: Male 23% (241) 19% (200) 14% (147) 23% (249) 21% (225) 1062Gender: Female 26% (301) 15% (171) 9% (101) 21% (244) 28% (321) 1138Age: 18-34 33% (213) 18% (117) 9% (61) 16% (103) 25% (161) 655Age: 35-44 31% (112) 21% (77) 15% (55) 14% (50) 18% (65) 358Age: 45-64 25% (188) 19% (144) 13% (98) 20% (153) 22% (168) 751Age: 65+ 7% (30) 7% (32) 8% (34) 43% (187) 35% (153) 436GenZers: 1997-2012 29% (75) 17% (45) 5% (12) 15% (40) 33% (87) 259Millennials: 1981-1996 33% (186) 20% (110) 14% (78) 15% (86) 19% (105) 565GenXers: 1965-1980 33% (176) 22% (118) 14% (74) 15% (81) 16% (87) 537Baby Boomers: 1946-1964 13% (99) 12% (91) 10% (78) 33% (244) 32% (238) 750PID: Dem (no lean) 29% (224) 15% (112) 10% (78) 22% (170) 24% (189) 773PID: Ind (no lean) 27% (199) 18% (133) 11% (81) 20% (150) 25% (185) 747PID: Rep (no lean) 18% (119) 18% (125) 13% (89) 26% (174) 25% (173) 680PID/Gender: DemMen 27% (91) 17% (58) 12% (40) 22% (72) 22% (72) 334PID/Gender: DemWomen 30% (133) 12% (54) 9% (38) 22% (98) 27% (117) 440PID/Gender: Ind Men 22% (76) 17% (61) 14% (51) 23% (82) 23% (81) 352PID/Gender: Ind Women 31% (122) 18% (72) 8% (30) 17% (67) 26% (103) 395PID/Gender: Rep Men 20% (74) 21% (80) 15% (56) 25% (95) 19% (72) 376PID/Gender: Rep Women 15% (46) 15% (45) 11% (33) 26% (79) 33% (101) 304Ideo: Liberal (1-3) 31% (180) 19% (113) 11% (65) 18% (104) 22% (127) 588Ideo: Moderate (4) 23% (144) 17% (106) 12% (73) 25% (154) 24% (147) 624Ideo: Conservative (5-7) 18% (130) 17% (125) 13% (94) 28% (202) 23% (163) 713Educ: < College 24% (363) 16% (239) 10% (147) 22% (333) 28% (431) 1512Educ: Bachelors degree 28% (125) 16% (71) 15% (64) 24% (107) 17% (77) 444Educ: Post-grad 22% (55) 25% (61) 15% (36) 22% (53) 16% (39) 244Income: Under 50k 25% (312) 15% (184) 8% (100) 22% (268) 30% (365) 1229Income: 50k-100k 23% (149) 19% (120) 14% (92) 23% (148) 21% (132) 641Income: 100k+ 25% (81) 20% (66) 17% (55) 23% (77) 15% (50) 330Ethnicity: White 22% (382) 16% (278) 12% (210) 24% (405) 26% (447) 1722Ethnicity: Hispanic 38% (133) 14% (48) 8% (27) 15% (54) 25% (87) 349

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Adults 44% (973) 36% (785) 7% (149) 3% (65) 10% (227) 2200Gender: Male 41% (433) 40% (424) 7% (77) 3% (30) 9% (97) 1062Gender: Female 47% (540) 32% (361) 6% (73) 3% (35) 11% (130) 1138Age: 18-34 35% (229) 31% (204) 10% (68) 5% (34) 18% (121) 655Age: 35-44 44% (159) 34% (121) 8% (28) 2% (7) 12% (43) 358Age: 45-64 47% (356) 40% (297) 5% (34) 2% (15) 7% (49) 751Age: 65+ 53% (230) 37% (163) 4% (19) 2% (9) 3% (14) 436GenZers: 1997-2012 27% (69) 32% (82) 12% (31) 9% (22) 21% (54) 259Millennials: 1981-1996 41% (233) 32% (181) 10% (57) 3% (14) 14% (80) 565GenXers: 1965-1980 44% (237) 40% (214) 4% (20) 3% (15) 9% (51) 537Baby Boomers: 1946-1964 53% (395) 36% (268) 5% (36) 2% (13) 5% (38) 750PID: Dem (no lean) 49% (379) 33% (257) 7% (54) 3% (20) 8% (64) 773PID: Ind (no lean) 37% (279) 37% (276) 8% (58) 3% (24) 15% (109) 747PID: Rep (no lean) 46% (314) 37% (252) 5% (37) 3% (22) 8% (55) 680PID/Gender: DemMen 48% (159) 38% (126) 5% (17) 2% (7) 7% (25) 334PID/Gender: DemWomen 50% (220) 30% (131) 8% (37) 3% (13) 9% (39) 440PID/Gender: Ind Men 30% (105) 42% (148) 11% (39) 4% (14) 13% (47) 352PID/Gender: Ind Women 44% (175) 33% (128) 5% (19) 3% (10) 16% (62) 395PID/Gender: Rep Men 45% (169) 40% (151) 6% (21) 3% (10) 7% (25) 376PID/Gender: Rep Women 48% (145) 33% (101) 5% (16) 4% (12) 10% (29) 304Ideo: Liberal (1-3) 46% (269) 36% (214) 8% (47) 4% (21) 6% (37) 588Ideo: Moderate (4) 43% (270) 39% (243) 6% (38) 3% (17) 9% (57) 624Ideo: Conservative (5-7) 48% (339) 37% (264) 6% (43) 3% (24) 6% (44) 713Educ: < College 43% (658) 34% (516) 7% (99) 3% (49) 13% (191) 1512Educ: Bachelors degree 45% (201) 39% (174) 8% (36) 2% (9) 5% (22) 444Educ: Post-grad 47% (114) 39% (95) 6% (14) 3% (6) 6% (14) 244Income: Under 50k 43% (526) 33% (401) 8% (102) 3% (35) 13% (164) 1229Income: 50k-100k 45% (288) 39% (252) 5% (33) 4% (23) 7% (44) 641Income: 100k+ 48% (159) 40% (132) 4% (14) 2% (7) 6% (19) 330Ethnicity: White 45% (767) 37% (643) 6% (97) 2% (43) 10% (173) 1722Ethnicity: Hispanic 41% (142) 30% (106) 12% (42) 4% (13) 14% (47) 349

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Adults 54% (1197) 27% (592) 7% (149) 6% (125) 6% (137) 2200Favorable of Trump 40% (338) 33% (279) 12% (103) 11% (93) 5% (44) 856Unfavorable of Trump 66% (800) 25% (296) 3% (42) 2% (25) 4% (42) 1205Very Favorable of Trump 38% (185) 28% (137) 14% (69) 15% (75) 5% (26) 492Somewhat Favorable of Trump 42% (153) 39% (142) 9% (34) 5% (18) 5% (18) 364Somewhat Unfavorable of Trump 49% (111) 35% (78) 7% (16) 6% (14) 3% (6) 224Very Unfavorable of Trump 70% (689) 22% (218) 3% (26) 1% (12) 4% (37) 981#1 Issue: Economy 52% (386) 28% (208) 10% (72) 7% (51) 4% (31) 747#1 Issue: Security 34% (86) 37% (95) 9% (23) 14% (36) 6% (15) 255#1 Issue: Health Care 66% (279) 23% (99) 3% (11) 3% (12) 6% (24) 425#1 Issue: Medicare / Social Security 65% (209) 24% (77) 5% (16) 2% (5) 4% (13) 320#1 Issue: Women’s Issues 54% (66) 19% (24) 5% (6) 5% (6) 18% (22) 123#1 Issue: Education 45% (50) 24% (27) 10% (11) 8% (9) 14% (15) 112#1 Issue: Energy 61% (50) 30% (25) 1% (1) 4% (3) 5% (4) 83#1 Issue: Other 52% (71) 28% (38) 7% (9) 3% (4) 9% (13) 1352018 House Vote: Democrat 74% (528) 21% (149) 1% (9) 2% (11) 2% (17) 7142018 House Vote: Republican 38% (243) 33% (206) 12% (73) 12% (74) 6% (36) 6332018 House Vote: Someone else 38% (22) 36% (21) 12% (7) 2% (1) 11% (6) 572016 Vote: Hillary Clinton 72% (491) 22% (151) 2% (12) 2% (14) 2% (14) 6822016 Vote: Donald Trump 40% (279) 33% (233) 11% (77) 11% (76) 4% (31) 6962016 Vote: Other 47% (51) 31% (34) 11% (12) 5% (6) 5% (5) 1092016 Vote: Didn’t Vote 53% (375) 24% (174) 7% (48) 4% (30) 12% (87) 713Voted in 2014: Yes 56% (699) 28% (350) 7% (81) 6% (71) 3% (39) 1239Voted in 2014: No 52% (498) 25% (242) 7% (69) 6% (55) 10% (97) 9612012 Vote: Barack Obama 68% (565) 24% (194) 3% (25) 2% (20) 3% (22) 8262012 Vote: Mitt Romney 41% (194) 35% (167) 11% (50) 11% (50) 2% (10) 4712012 Vote: Other 30% (26) 40% (35) 14% (12) 10% (9) 7% (6) 872012 Vote: Didn’t Vote 51% (411) 24% (195) 8% (62) 6% (47) 12% (99) 815

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Adults 2% (45) 2% (53) 15% (332) 14% (303) 59% (1289) 8% (177) 2200Favorable of Trump 4% (32) 4% (35) 21% (180) 16% (137) 49% (417) 6% (55) 856Unfavorable of Trump 1% (10) 1% (14) 11% (138) 13% (160) 67% (812) 6% (71) 1205Very Favorable of Trump 4% (20) 6% (28) 26% (127) 15% (75) 43% (210) 7% (32) 492Somewhat Favorable of Trump 3% (12) 2% (7) 15% (53) 17% (62) 57% (207) 6% (23) 364Somewhat Unfavorable of Trump 1% (3) 2% (5) 15% (33) 15% (34) 62% (139) 4% (9) 224Very Unfavorable of Trump 1% (7) 1% (9) 11% (105) 13% (126) 69% (673) 6% (62) 981#1 Issue: Economy 2% (16) 3% (21) 17% (127) 17% (127) 55% (413) 6% (43) 747#1 Issue: Security 3% (7) 5% (13) 27% (68) 15% (38) 46% (117) 4% (11) 255#1 Issue: Health Care 1% (4) 1% (5) 10% (43) 12% (51) 66% (282) 10% (41) 425#1 Issue: Medicare / Social Security 2% (5) 1% (3) 14% (44) 9% (29) 65% (207) 10% (32) 320#1 Issue: Women’s Issues 2% (2) 1% (1) 16% (20) 14% (18) 48% (59) 19% (23) 123#1 Issue: Education 3% (3) 5% (6) 6% (7) 15% (17) 53% (60) 17% (19) 112#1 Issue: Energy 5% (4) 5% (4) 10% (8) 11% (9) 64% (53) 4% (3) 83#1 Issue: Other 3% (4) — (0) 11% (14) 10% (14) 73% (99) 4% (5) 1352018 House Vote: Democrat 1% (8) 2% (12) 10% (74) 10% (73) 71% (508) 5% (39) 7142018 House Vote: Republican 3% (17) 4% (23) 22% (141) 16% (103) 49% (307) 7% (42) 6332018 House Vote: Someone else 1% (1) — (0) 24% (14) 19% (11) 45% (26) 11% (6) 572016 Vote: Hillary Clinton 2% (11) 2% (12) 11% (73) 10% (66) 72% (491) 4% (29) 6822016 Vote: Donald Trump 3% (21) 3% (24) 20% (140) 18% (123) 50% (350) 5% (38) 6962016 Vote: Other — (0) — (0) 19% (21) 12% (13) 60% (65) 9% (10) 1092016 Vote: Didn’t Vote 2% (14) 2% (17) 14% (98) 14% (101) 54% (382) 14% (101) 713Voted in 2014: Yes 2% (21) 3% (37) 15% (190) 13% (161) 62% (770) 5% (61) 1239Voted in 2014: No 2% (24) 2% (16) 15% (143) 15% (142) 54% (519) 12% (117) 9612012 Vote: Barack Obama 2% (15) 3% (21) 12% (97) 11% (88) 69% (573) 4% (31) 8262012 Vote: Mitt Romney 3% (14) 4% (17) 20% (93) 17% (78) 52% (246) 5% (24) 4712012 Vote: Other 1% (1) 2% (1) 21% (18) 10% (9) 52% (46) 15% (13) 872012 Vote: Didn’t Vote 2% (16) 2% (13) 15% (124) 16% (127) 52% (424) 13% (110) 815

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Adults 2% (39) 2% (46) 15% (334) 10% (227) 61% (1338) 10% (218) 2200Favorable of Trump 3% (27) 3% (23) 23% (195) 13% (109) 51% (439) 8% (64) 856Unfavorable of Trump 1% (12) 2% (20) 11% (127) 8% (100) 71% (858) 7% (87) 1205Very Favorable of Trump 4% (18) 3% (14) 27% (132) 10% (51) 48% (235) 8% (41) 492Somewhat Favorable of Trump 2% (8) 2% (9) 17% (63) 16% (57) 56% (204) 6% (23) 364Somewhat Unfavorable of Trump 1% (3) 3% (7) 14% (31) 14% (30) 62% (138) 6% (14) 224Very Unfavorable of Trump 1% (9) 1% (14) 10% (96) 7% (70) 73% (720) 7% (72) 981#1 Issue: Economy 1% (8) 3% (21) 18% (136) 14% (101) 57% (425) 7% (56) 747#1 Issue: Security 1% (2) 3% (9) 27% (68) 13% (34) 47% (121) 8% (21) 255#1 Issue: Health Care 1% (5) 1% (4) 9% (38) 7% (29) 72% (305) 10% (45) 425#1 Issue: Medicare / Social Security 1% (3) — (1) 10% (32) 10% (31) 67% (214) 12% (38) 320#1 Issue: Women’s Issues 2% (2) 5% (6) 16% (20) 4% (5) 50% (62) 23% (28) 123#1 Issue: Education 1% (1) 4% (5) 14% (16) 8% (9) 57% (64) 14% (16) 112#1 Issue: Energy 15% (12) 1% (1) 9% (8) 6% (5) 63% (52) 6% (5) 83#1 Issue: Other 3% (4) — (0) 11% (16) 9% (12) 70% (95) 7% (9) 1352018 House Vote: Democrat 1% (10) 2% (13) 8% (61) 8% (57) 74% (525) 7% (49) 7142018 House Vote: Republican 3% (18) 2% (16) 24% (152) 13% (83) 50% (318) 7% (47) 6332018 House Vote: Someone else — (0) 1% (1) 22% (13) 5% (3) 59% (34) 12% (7) 572016 Vote: Hillary Clinton 1% (5) 2% (16) 9% (63) 8% (54) 73% (501) 6% (42) 6822016 Vote: Donald Trump 3% (20) 2% (16) 23% (157) 13% (90) 53% (372) 6% (41) 6962016 Vote: Other — (0) 1% (1) 17% (19) 16% (17) 60% (65) 7% (7) 1092016 Vote: Didn’t Vote 2% (14) 2% (13) 13% (95) 9% (66) 56% (400) 18% (126) 713Voted in 2014: Yes 2% (19) 3% (33) 16% (192) 11% (131) 64% (792) 6% (72) 1239Voted in 2014: No 2% (20) 1% (13) 15% (141) 10% (95) 57% (546) 15% (146) 9612012 Vote: Barack Obama 1% (10) 2% (18) 10% (83) 10% (79) 71% (584) 6% (51) 8262012 Vote: Mitt Romney 3% (12) 3% (13) 23% (111) 13% (61) 53% (250) 5% (25) 4712012 Vote: Other — (0) — (0) 22% (19) 10% (8) 58% (50) 11% (9) 872012 Vote: Didn’t Vote 2% (16) 2% (15) 15% (121) 10% (77) 56% (452) 16% (132) 815

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Adults 2% (40) 2% (41) 15% (327) 10% (226) 63% (1380) 8% (187) 2200Gender: Male 2% (20) 3% (29) 16% (167) 12% (130) 59% (626) 9% (90) 1062Gender: Female 2% (20) 1% (11) 14% (161) 8% (96) 66% (754) 8% (96) 1138Age: 18-34 3% (20) 2% (15) 18% (120) 9% (62) 55% (363) 12% (75) 655Age: 35-44 2% (6) 3% (11) 15% (55) 11% (38) 61% (217) 9% (32) 358Age: 45-64 1% (11) 2% (13) 15% (110) 12% (88) 64% (477) 7% (51) 751Age: 65+ — (2) — (2) 10% (42) 9% (38) 74% (324) 6% (28) 436GenZers: 1997-2012 2% (4) 4% (10) 14% (37) 7% (19) 55% (142) 18% (46) 259Millennials: 1981-1996 3% (19) 2% (13) 19% (108) 11% (64) 56% (319) 8% (42) 565GenXers: 1965-1980 1% (8) 2% (10) 16% (83) 11% (61) 61% (325) 9% (49) 537Baby Boomers: 1946-1964 1% (9) 1% (7) 12% (91) 9% (70) 71% (530) 6% (43) 750PID: Dem (no lean) — (4) 2% (16) 10% (74) 9% (70) 73% (561) 6% (48) 773PID: Ind (no lean) 2% (14) 2% (11) 16% (119) 9% (68) 60% (448) 12% (86) 747PID: Rep (no lean) 3% (22) 2% (13) 20% (134) 13% (88) 55% (371) 8% (52) 680PID/Gender: DemMen 1% (4) 3% (10) 10% (35) 13% (43) 65% (216) 8% (26) 334PID/Gender: DemWomen — (0) 1% (6) 9% (40) 6% (27) 78% (345) 5% (22) 440PID/Gender: Ind Men 2% (8) 3% (11) 15% (53) 11% (38) 58% (203) 11% (40) 352PID/Gender: Ind Women 2% (6) — (1) 17% (66) 8% (30) 62% (245) 12% (46) 395PID/Gender: Rep Men 2% (8) 2% (9) 21% (79) 13% (49) 55% (207) 6% (24) 376PID/Gender: Rep Women 5% (14) 1% (4) 18% (55) 13% (39) 54% (164) 9% (28) 304Ideo: Liberal (1-3) — (3) 2% (10) 9% (54) 10% (61) 74% (437) 4% (24) 588Ideo: Moderate (4) 2% (15) 2% (13) 13% (84) 12% (74) 62% (384) 9% (54) 624Ideo: Conservative (5-7) 3% (22) 2% (14) 21% (148) 11% (78) 57% (407) 6% (43) 713Educ: < College 2% (32) 2% (25) 16% (238) 9% (130) 62% (932) 10% (157) 1512Educ: Bachelors degree 1% (6) 3% (11) 14% (62) 14% (63) 64% (286) 4% (16) 444Educ: Post-grad 1% (2) 2% (5) 11% (28) 14% (33) 67% (162) 6% (14) 244Income: Under 50k 2% (21) 2% (20) 15% (189) 9% (107) 63% (771) 10% (121) 1229Income: 50k-100k 2% (15) 2% (11) 15% (93) 10% (65) 64% (408) 8% (49) 641Income: 100k+ 1% (4) 3% (9) 14% (45) 16% (53) 61% (201) 5% (17) 330Ethnicity: White 2% (27) 2% (28) 16% (278) 11% (184) 62% (1062) 8% (143) 1722Ethnicity: Hispanic 4% (15) 3% (12) 11% (38) 8% (27) 63% (221) 10% (36) 349

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Adults 2% (40) 2% (41) 15% (327) 10% (226) 63% (1380) 8% (187) 2200Ethnicity: Black 4% (11) 4% (10) 8% (22) 9% (24) 68% (186) 7% (20) 274Ethnicity: Other 1% (1) 1% (2) 13% (27) 9% (18) 65% (132) 12% (24) 204All Christian 2% (15) 1% (14) 13% (128) 13% (124) 64% (615) 7% (71) 967All Non-Christian 7% (8) 4% (4) 8% (9) 7% (8) 65% (74) 9% (10) 113Atheist — (0) 5% (6) 19% (24) 4% (6) 72% (93) — (0) 129Agnostic/Nothing in particular — (2) 2% (10) 16% (95) 8% (50) 60% (360) 13% (79) 596Something Else 4% (14) 2% (6) 18% (71) 10% (39) 60% (239) 7% (27) 395Religious Non-Protestant/Catholic 6% (8) 3% (4) 8% (11) 7% (9) 65% (84) 11% (14) 129Evangelical 3% (17) 1% (7) 17% (99) 12% (72) 60% (352) 7% (43) 591Non-Evangelical 2% (12) 2% (12) 13% (97) 12% (86) 65% (481) 7% (51) 739Community: Urban 2% (13) 3% (15) 11% (65) 9% (50) 65% (369) 9% (52) 564Community: Suburban 2% (25) 2% (18) 14% (145) 12% (121) 61% (613) 8% (81) 1003Community: Rural — (2) 1% (7) 19% (117) 9% (55) 63% (398) 8% (53) 633Employ: Private Sector 3% (20) 4% (23) 17% (112) 13% (82) 56% (359) 8% (49) 645Employ: Government — (1) 5% (7) 15% (21) 17% (24) 57% (81) 5% (8) 141Employ: Self-Employed 4% (6) 1% (1) 18% (32) 14% (25) 54% (97) 10% (18) 179Employ: Homemaker 2% (3) — (0) 12% (19) 9% (14) 68% (110) 9% (15) 162Employ: Retired 1% (5) 1% (5) 11% (56) 8% (40) 74% (379) 6% (30) 515Employ: Unemployed 1% (4) 1% (3) 14% (45) 10% (31) 67% (213) 7% (21) 316Employ: Other — (0) — (0) 20% (26) 6% (8) 52% (69) 21% (28) 132Military HH: Yes 3% (10) 1% (4) 17% (60) 13% (46) 59% (204) 6% (21) 344Military HH: No 2% (30) 2% (36) 14% (267) 10% (180) 63% (1176) 9% (166) 1856RD/WT: Right Direction 3% (17) 4% (22) 20% (116) 13% (74) 49% (284) 11% (66) 578RD/WT: Wrong Track 1% (23) 1% (19) 13% (212) 9% (152) 68% (1096) 7% (120) 1622Trump Job Approve 2% (21) 3% (24) 20% (175) 12% (102) 54% (459) 9% (76) 856Trump Job Disapprove 1% (13) 1% (17) 11% (137) 10% (118) 72% (871) 5% (62) 1218Trump Job Strongly Approve 3% (16) 3% (15) 24% (114) 11% (55) 50% (238) 8% (40) 478Trump Job Somewhat Approve 1% (5) 2% (9) 16% (60) 12% (47) 59% (221) 10% (36) 378Trump Job Somewhat Disapprove 2% (6) — (1) 12% (32) 13% (37) 67% (184) 6% (15) 275Trump Job Strongly Disapprove 1% (7) 2% (15) 11% (105) 9% (81) 73% (687) 5% (46) 942

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Adults 2% (40) 2% (41) 15% (327) 10% (226) 63% (1380) 8% (187) 2200Favorable of Trump 3% (26) 2% (21) 21% (179) 12% (101) 54% (464) 8% (65) 856Unfavorable of Trump — (6) 2% (20) 11% (133) 10% (117) 71% (852) 6% (77) 1205Very Favorable of Trump 3% (17) 3% (15) 23% (113) 12% (57) 51% (249) 8% (41) 492Somewhat Favorable of Trump 3% (10) 1% (5) 18% (66) 12% (44) 59% (215) 7% (25) 364Somewhat Unfavorable of Trump 1% (1) 3% (6) 11% (25) 14% (31) 63% (141) 9% (20) 224Very Unfavorable of Trump — (5) 1% (14) 11% (108) 9% (86) 72% (711) 6% (58) 981#1 Issue: Economy 1% (8) 3% (23) 16% (123) 12% (93) 61% (455) 6% (44) 747#1 Issue: Security — (1) 3% (7) 28% (71) 13% (33) 51% (129) 6% (14) 255#1 Issue: Health Care 1% (2) 1% (4) 9% (38) 8% (33) 74% (314) 8% (34) 425#1 Issue: Medicare / Social Security 2% (6) 1% (2) 11% (36) 7% (24) 68% (218) 11% (35) 320#1 Issue: Women’s Issues 5% (6) — (0) 18% (22) 6% (8) 53% (65) 18% (23) 123#1 Issue: Education 4% (4) 3% (3) 11% (12) 13% (15) 50% (56) 20% (22) 112#1 Issue: Energy 11% (9) 1% (1) 12% (10) 11% (9) 60% (50) 6% (5) 83#1 Issue: Other 3% (4) — (0) 12% (16) 9% (13) 69% (93) 7% (10) 1352018 House Vote: Democrat — (3) 2% (11) 9% (64) 9% (65) 75% (536) 5% (35) 7142018 House Vote: Republican 3% (17) 3% (16) 22% (137) 13% (84) 53% (336) 7% (43) 6332018 House Vote: Someone else — (0) 1% (1) 26% (15) 7% (4) 53% (30) 13% (7) 572016 Vote: Hillary Clinton 1% (6) 2% (14) 9% (63) 9% (62) 74% (506) 4% (29) 6822016 Vote: Donald Trump 3% (19) 2% (17) 21% (144) 13% (89) 55% (383) 6% (43) 6962016 Vote: Other — (0) — (0) 18% (19) 11% (12) 64% (69) 8% (9) 1092016 Vote: Didn’t Vote 2% (14) 1% (10) 14% (101) 9% (63) 59% (421) 15% (105) 713Voted in 2014: Yes 2% (23) 2% (23) 14% (176) 11% (138) 66% (814) 5% (65) 1239Voted in 2014: No 2% (17) 2% (17) 16% (151) 9% (87) 59% (566) 13% (122) 9612012 Vote: Barack Obama 1% (10) 2% (15) 10% (82) 10% (84) 73% (600) 4% (35) 8262012 Vote: Mitt Romney 2% (11) 3% (12) 20% (95) 14% (65) 56% (264) 5% (25) 4712012 Vote: Other — (0) 1% (1) 23% (20) 13% (11) 51% (44) 12% (10) 872012 Vote: Didn’t Vote 2% (19) 2% (13) 16% (131) 8% (65) 58% (470) 14% (116) 815

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Adults 3% (61) 6% (125) 23% (502) 19% (415) 43% (945) 7% (151) 2200Favorable of Trump 5% (44) 6% (55) 32% (270) 18% (153) 34% (289) 5% (46) 856Unfavorable of Trump 1% (11) 6% (70) 17% (205) 20% (247) 51% (616) 5% (56) 1205Very Favorable of Trump 7% (36) 6% (31) 35% (171) 16% (78) 30% (149) 5% (27) 492Somewhat Favorable of Trump 2% (8) 6% (24) 27% (99) 20% (75) 38% (140) 5% (19) 364Somewhat Unfavorable of Trump 2% (4) 8% (17) 18% (40) 23% (51) 46% (102) 4% (9) 224Very Unfavorable of Trump 1% (7) 5% (53) 17% (165) 20% (195) 52% (514) 5% (47) 981#1 Issue: Economy 3% (24) 9% (64) 25% (189) 18% (135) 40% (299) 5% (35) 747#1 Issue: Security 3% (8) 6% (15) 36% (92) 21% (53) 29% (74) 5% (12) 255#1 Issue: Health Care 1% (5) 2% (10) 17% (71) 21% (90) 51% (219) 7% (29) 425#1 Issue: Medicare / Social Security 3% (10) 2% (7) 21% (66) 17% (56) 49% (156) 8% (25) 320#1 Issue: Women’s Issues 2% (2) 7% (9) 25% (31) 17% (22) 31% (39) 17% (21) 123#1 Issue: Education 2% (3) 4% (4) 18% (20) 13% (15) 48% (54) 15% (17) 112#1 Issue: Energy 4% (4) 11% (9) 11% (9) 24% (20) 44% (36) 5% (4) 83#1 Issue: Other 4% (5) 5% (7) 18% (24) 18% (24) 50% (68) 5% (7) 1352018 House Vote: Democrat 1% (8) 6% (42) 16% (116) 19% (133) 54% (386) 4% (28) 7142018 House Vote: Republican 3% (22) 7% (41) 30% (190) 21% (131) 33% (209) 6% (39) 6332018 House Vote: Someone else 3% (2) 2% (1) 30% (17) 22% (12) 33% (19) 9% (5) 572016 Vote: Hillary Clinton 1% (8) 6% (41) 16% (111) 19% (128) 55% (372) 3% (22) 6822016 Vote: Donald Trump 4% (27) 6% (44) 30% (206) 21% (145) 34% (240) 5% (35) 6962016 Vote: Other — (0) 7% (7) 22% (24) 21% (22) 44% (48) 6% (6) 1092016 Vote: Didn’t Vote 4% (26) 5% (33) 23% (161) 17% (119) 40% (285) 12% (88) 713Voted in 2014: Yes 2% (23) 7% (84) 23% (280) 20% (247) 45% (554) 4% (50) 1239Voted in 2014: No 4% (39) 4% (41) 23% (222) 17% (168) 41% (391) 11% (101) 9612012 Vote: Barack Obama 3% (22) 6% (49) 18% (146) 17% (142) 53% (439) 3% (28) 8262012 Vote: Mitt Romney 2% (10) 7% (33) 31% (145) 23% (111) 33% (154) 4% (19) 4712012 Vote: Other 3% (3) 6% (5) 28% (24) 18% (16) 37% (32) 7% (7) 872012 Vote: Didn’t Vote 3% (27) 5% (38) 23% (187) 18% (146) 39% (319) 12% (98) 815

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Adults 3% (66) 6% (126) 24% (521) 17% (383) 42% (921) 8% (182) 2200Gender: Male 3% (32) 7% (78) 26% (274) 19% (201) 36% (385) 9% (91) 1062Gender: Female 3% (34) 4% (48) 22% (248) 16% (181) 47% (536) 8% (91) 1138Age: 18-34 2% (16) 7% (45) 23% (150) 16% (104) 38% (251) 14% (89) 655Age: 35-44 3% (11) 4% (14) 27% (96) 18% (65) 41% (145) 7% (26) 358Age: 45-64 4% (34) 5% (40) 25% (189) 19% (144) 40% (299) 6% (46) 751Age: 65+ 1% (6) 6% (27) 20% (87) 16% (69) 52% (226) 5% (21) 436GenZers: 1997-2012 3% (7) 5% (12) 21% (53) 15% (40) 40% (103) 17% (44) 259Millennials: 1981-1996 3% (14) 7% (41) 26% (145) 17% (98) 37% (212) 10% (54) 565GenXers: 1965-1980 4% (22) 4% (20) 26% (140) 19% (105) 39% (208) 8% (42) 537Baby Boomers: 1946-1964 3% (23) 7% (50) 22% (164) 17% (129) 46% (347) 5% (37) 750PID: Dem (no lean) 1% (9) 5% (40) 19% (145) 16% (121) 53% (412) 6% (46) 773PID: Ind (no lean) 3% (25) 4% (29) 23% (171) 17% (128) 41% (307) 12% (86) 747PID: Rep (no lean) 5% (32) 8% (56) 30% (206) 20% (133) 30% (202) 7% (50) 680PID/Gender: DemMen 2% (7) 8% (26) 22% (72) 13% (45) 47% (157) 8% (26) 334PID/Gender: DemWomen — (2) 3% (14) 17% (73) 17% (76) 58% (255) 4% (19) 440PID/Gender: Ind Men 4% (13) 5% (17) 24% (84) 20% (69) 36% (126) 12% (42) 352PID/Gender: Ind Women 3% (12) 3% (12) 22% (87) 15% (59) 46% (181) 11% (44) 395PID/Gender: Rep Men 3% (12) 9% (35) 31% (118) 23% (87) 27% (102) 6% (23) 376PID/Gender: Rep Women 7% (20) 7% (22) 29% (88) 15% (46) 33% (100) 9% (28) 304Ideo: Liberal (1-3) 2% (9) 4% (25) 18% (104) 19% (114) 53% (312) 4% (25) 588Ideo: Moderate (4) 3% (17) 5% (32) 25% (158) 17% (107) 42% (259) 8% (51) 624Ideo: Conservative (5-7) 5% (36) 8% (55) 29% (209) 20% (143) 33% (238) 5% (33) 713Educ: < College 3% (49) 5% (76) 24% (362) 15% (224) 42% (642) 11% (160) 1512Educ: Bachelors degree 3% (12) 7% (32) 24% (105) 22% (99) 41% (183) 3% (13) 444Educ: Post-grad 2% (5) 7% (18) 22% (54) 25% (61) 40% (96) 4% (10) 244Income: Under 50k 3% (36) 4% (55) 22% (265) 15% (185) 45% (556) 11% (133) 1229Income: 50k-100k 3% (20) 7% (44) 26% (169) 19% (120) 40% (255) 5% (33) 641Income: 100k+ 3% (10) 8% (27) 27% (88) 24% (79) 34% (111) 5% (16) 330Ethnicity: White 3% (54) 6% (97) 25% (432) 18% (314) 41% (703) 7% (122) 1722Ethnicity: Hispanic 3% (10) 7% (24) 16% (55) 16% (56) 44% (152) 15% (52) 349

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Adults 3% (66) 6% (126) 24% (521) 17% (383) 42% (921) 8% (182) 2200Ethnicity: Black 4% (10) 8% (22) 17% (47) 14% (37) 44% (120) 14% (38) 274Ethnicity: Other 1% (2) 4% (7) 21% (42) 15% (32) 48% (99) 11% (22) 204All Christian 4% (34) 6% (56) 23% (226) 21% (198) 40% (386) 7% (66) 967All Non-Christian 2% (3) 12% (13) 12% (14) 16% (18) 52% (59) 6% (7) 113Atheist 5% (6) 9% (12) 11% (15) 15% (19) 58% (75) 2% (3) 129Agnostic/Nothing in particular 1% (8) 4% (27) 25% (149) 15% (87) 42% (248) 13% (77) 596Something Else 4% (15) 5% (18) 30% (118) 15% (61) 39% (154) 7% (29) 395Religious Non-Protestant/Catholic 4% (5) 12% (15) 13% (17) 16% (20) 50% (64) 6% (8) 129Evangelical 4% (23) 5% (31) 27% (157) 20% (118) 35% (205) 9% (55) 591Non-Evangelical 3% (23) 5% (40) 24% (178) 19% (137) 43% (321) 5% (39) 739Community: Urban 4% (22) 5% (30) 20% (112) 17% (97) 44% (248) 10% (56) 564Community: Suburban 3% (31) 6% (62) 24% (239) 18% (183) 40% (404) 8% (84) 1003Community: Rural 2% (14) 5% (34) 27% (170) 16% (103) 43% (270) 7% (42) 633Employ: Private Sector 3% (20) 8% (53) 27% (175) 21% (135) 34% (222) 6% (41) 645Employ: Government 3% (5) 11% (15) 27% (38) 24% (33) 30% (42) 5% (8) 141Employ: Self-Employed 2% (3) 7% (12) 30% (55) 16% (29) 36% (65) 9% (16) 179Employ: Homemaker 2% (3) 3% (5) 24% (38) 14% (23) 48% (78) 9% (15) 162Employ: Retired 4% (19) 5% (25) 18% (95) 15% (75) 53% (271) 5% (28) 515Employ: Unemployed 3% (9) 3% (9) 22% (71) 14% (45) 47% (149) 10% (33) 316Employ: Other 4% (5) 2% (3) 22% (30) 15% (20) 37% (49) 19% (25) 132Military HH: Yes 3% (10) 10% (35) 30% (104) 18% (62) 35% (121) 4% (13) 344Military HH: No 3% (57) 5% (91) 22% (417) 17% (321) 43% (800) 9% (169) 1856RD/WT: Right Direction 4% (24) 11% (62) 31% (178) 16% (90) 29% (168) 10% (56) 578RD/WT: Wrong Track 3% (43) 4% (64) 21% (343) 18% (292) 46% (753) 8% (126) 1622Trump Job Approve 5% (40) 8% (69) 31% (268) 17% (147) 32% (277) 6% (55) 856Trump Job Disapprove 2% (21) 4% (51) 19% (236) 18% (224) 50% (606) 7% (80) 1218Trump Job Strongly Approve 7% (34) 9% (43) 34% (165) 15% (69) 28% (136) 6% (31) 478Trump Job Somewhat Approve 2% (6) 7% (26) 27% (104) 20% (77) 37% (141) 6% (24) 378Trump Job Somewhat Disapprove 2% (6) 7% (19) 20% (56) 21% (58) 41% (112) 9% (24) 275Trump Job Strongly Disapprove 2% (15) 3% (32) 19% (180) 18% (166) 52% (494) 6% (55) 942

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Adults 3% (66) 6% (126) 24% (521) 17% (383) 42% (921) 8% (182) 2200Favorable of Trump 5% (43) 9% (74) 31% (269) 17% (147) 32% (277) 5% (46) 856Unfavorable of Trump 2% (20) 4% (45) 19% (231) 19% (224) 50% (604) 7% (81) 1205Very Favorable of Trump 8% (37) 9% (45) 35% (172) 15% (72) 28% (136) 6% (30) 492Somewhat Favorable of Trump 1% (5) 8% (29) 27% (98) 21% (75) 39% (140) 5% (17) 364Somewhat Unfavorable of Trump 3% (7) 4% (9) 22% (50) 21% (47) 43% (96) 6% (14) 224Very Unfavorable of Trump 1% (13) 4% (35) 18% (181) 18% (177) 52% (508) 7% (66) 981#1 Issue: Economy 4% (26) 7% (49) 28% (206) 17% (127) 39% (292) 6% (47) 747#1 Issue: Security 4% (10) 4% (11) 36% (92) 16% (42) 35% (88) 5% (13) 255#1 Issue: Health Care 1% (5) 3% (13) 21% (88) 20% (83) 46% (195) 10% (41) 425#1 Issue: Medicare / Social Security 4% (13) 6% (19) 18% (56) 14% (45) 50% (159) 9% (28) 320#1 Issue: Women’s Issues 2% (2) 3% (4) 19% (24) 14% (18) 42% (52) 18% (23) 123#1 Issue: Education 2% (2) 10% (11) 14% (15) 24% (27) 33% (37) 17% (19) 112#1 Issue: Energy 3% (3) 17% (14) 12% (10) 20% (16) 43% (36) 5% (4) 83#1 Issue: Other 4% (5) 3% (4) 23% (31) 19% (25) 46% (62) 6% (8) 1352018 House Vote: Democrat 2% (14) 4% (30) 18% (129) 17% (120) 54% (385) 5% (36) 7142018 House Vote: Republican 4% (26) 8% (52) 33% (208) 20% (125) 29% (186) 6% (36) 6332018 House Vote: Someone else 2% (1) 6% (3) 30% (17) 11% (6) 40% (23) 10% (6) 572016 Vote: Hillary Clinton 2% (13) 4% (26) 18% (124) 16% (110) 55% (375) 5% (33) 6822016 Vote: Donald Trump 4% (31) 9% (61) 31% (214) 20% (139) 32% (224) 4% (27) 6962016 Vote: Other 3% (3) 3% (3) 32% (34) 20% (21) 36% (39) 7% (7) 1092016 Vote: Didn’t Vote 3% (19) 5% (36) 21% (148) 16% (113) 40% (283) 16% (114) 713Voted in 2014: Yes 3% (33) 6% (74) 25% (310) 19% (234) 43% (536) 4% (52) 1239Voted in 2014: No 3% (33) 5% (52) 22% (211) 15% (149) 40% (386) 14% (130) 9612012 Vote: Barack Obama 2% (16) 5% (41) 19% (160) 18% (145) 52% (426) 5% (38) 8262012 Vote: Mitt Romney 4% (20) 8% (38) 33% (158) 19% (91) 31% (146) 4% (19) 4712012 Vote: Other 4% (4) 5% (5) 30% (26) 16% (14) 38% (33) 6% (5) 872012 Vote: Didn’t Vote 3% (27) 5% (42) 22% (177) 16% (133) 39% (315) 15% (121) 815

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Adults 2% (47) 3% (70) 17% (366) 15% (324) 56% (1228) 8% (165) 2200Gender: Male 2% (19) 4% (42) 18% (193) 17% (176) 52% (550) 8% (83) 1062Gender: Female 3% (29) 2% (27) 15% (173) 13% (148) 60% (679) 7% (83) 1138Age: 18-34 3% (22) 4% (24) 18% (120) 12% (78) 50% (328) 13% (84) 655Age: 35-44 1% (5) 6% (21) 21% (73) 15% (55) 51% (184) 6% (20) 358Age: 45-64 2% (16) 3% (20) 15% (116) 18% (136) 56% (421) 6% (42) 751Age: 65+ 1% (5) 1% (5) 13% (57) 13% (55) 68% (296) 4% (19) 436GenZers: 1997-2012 4% (10) 2% (4) 17% (43) 11% (27) 53% (136) 15% (39) 259Millennials: 1981-1996 2% (12) 6% (33) 20% (113) 14% (81) 48% (270) 10% (56) 565GenXers: 1965-1980 3% (14) 3% (17) 17% (93) 18% (95) 54% (288) 6% (30) 537Baby Boomers: 1946-1964 1% (11) 2% (15) 14% (103) 14% (105) 64% (476) 5% (39) 750PID: Dem (no lean) 1% (9) 3% (20) 8% (66) 13% (101) 69% (532) 6% (45) 773PID: Ind (no lean) 1% (10) 2% (13) 19% (142) 16% (123) 51% (381) 10% (78) 747PID: Rep (no lean) 4% (28) 5% (37) 23% (158) 15% (99) 46% (315) 6% (42) 680PID/Gender: DemMen 2% (7) 5% (17) 9% (31) 14% (47) 64% (213) 6% (19) 334PID/Gender: DemWomen 1% (2) 1% (3) 8% (34) 12% (54) 73% (319) 6% (26) 440PID/Gender: Ind Men 1% (3) 1% (3) 19% (66) 19% (68) 49% (174) 11% (38) 352PID/Gender: Ind Women 2% (7) 2% (9) 19% (75) 14% (55) 52% (207) 10% (41) 395PID/Gender: Rep Men 2% (9) 6% (22) 25% (95) 16% (61) 43% (163) 7% (26) 376PID/Gender: Rep Women 6% (19) 5% (15) 21% (63) 13% (38) 50% (152) 5% (16) 304Ideo: Liberal (1-3) 1% (5) 2% (14) 9% (50) 13% (77) 71% (418) 4% (24) 588Ideo: Moderate (4) 2% (12) 2% (14) 16% (100) 18% (113) 55% (343) 7% (42) 624Ideo: Conservative (5-7) 4% (25) 5% (38) 24% (171) 15% (106) 47% (333) 6% (39) 713Educ: < College 2% (35) 3% (41) 17% (260) 13% (193) 56% (843) 9% (141) 1512Educ: Bachelors degree 2% (10) 3% (15) 17% (75) 19% (85) 55% (243) 3% (15) 444Educ: Post-grad 1% (2) 6% (13) 13% (31) 18% (45) 58% (143) 4% (9) 244Income: Under 50k 2% (25) 3% (34) 16% (201) 12% (146) 57% (702) 10% (121) 1229Income: 50k-100k 2% (13) 4% (23) 18% (117) 16% (104) 55% (353) 5% (30) 641Income: 100k+ 3% (9) 4% (13) 14% (47) 22% (73) 52% (173) 4% (15) 330Ethnicity: White 2% (31) 3% (57) 19% (325) 15% (257) 55% (939) 7% (113) 1722Ethnicity: Hispanic 3% (11) 6% (20) 10% (36) 10% (34) 59% (206) 12% (41) 349

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