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May 2021 Omnibus

Survey of N=1132 National Registered Voters Sampled from web panel matched to L2 voter file Field Dates: May 14-17, 2021

Topline for Public Release

1. [QParty] Regardless of how you typically vote, would you say you consider yourself a … ? [RANDOMIZE SCALE 1-5, 5-1]

TOTAL REPUBLICAN 35%

TOTAL DEMOCRAT 42%

1. Strong Republican 24%

2. Not very strong Republican 11%

3. Independent 21%

4. Not very strong Democrat 14%

5. Strong Democrat 28%

6. A member of another party 1%

7. Unsure 2%

IF INDEPENDENT OR UNSURE [QParty=3 OR 7], ASK:

2. [QPartyLean] Which of the following statements would you say best describes you? [RANDOMIZE SCALE 1-4, 4-1]

(n=274)

TOTAL LEAN REPUBLICAN 32%

TOTAL LEAN DEMOCRAT 30%

1. I almost always vote for Republican candidates 9% 2. I vote for Republicans more often than I vote for Democrats 23% 3. I vote for Democrats more often than I vote for Republicans 15% 4. I almost always vote for Democratic candidates 14% 5. I vote equally for Democrats and Republicans 21%

6. Unsure 18%

[QPartyConsolidated]

1. Total Republican+Republican-leaning Independents 42% 2. Total Democratic+Democratic-leaning Independents 48%

3. Total Independent 5%

4. Total Member of Another Party 1%

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ASK ALL:

3. [QIdeology] Regardless of how you typically vote, would you say you consider yourself to be…? [RANDOMIZE SCALE CONSERVATIVE>LIBERAL, LIBERAL>CONSERVATIVE]

VERY/SOMEWHAT CONSERVATIVE 38% VERY/SOMEWHAT LIBERAL 29% 1. Very conservative 19% 2. Somewhat conservative 19% 3. Moderate 30% 4. Somewhat liberal 15% 5. Very liberal 14% 6. Unsure 3%

4. [QRightDirection] Would you say things in the United States are headed in the right direction, or is the country off on the wrong track?

1. Wrong track 45%

2. Right direction 46%

3. Unsure 9%

5. [QApproval] Do you approve or disapprove of the way Joe Biden is handling his job as President? [RANDOMIZE SCALE 1-4, 4-1]

STRONGLY/SOMEWHAT APPROVE 56% STRONGLY/SOMEWHAT DISAPPROVE 42% 1. Strongly approve 31% 2. Somewhat approve 25% 3. Somewhat disapprove 10% 4. Strongly disapprove 32% 5. Unsure 3%

6. [QApprovalEconomic] Do you approve or disapprove of the way Joe Biden is handling the U.S. economy? [RANDOMIZE SCALE 1-4, 4-1]

STRONGLY/SOMEWHAT APPROVE 53% STRONGLY/SOMEWHAT DISAPPROVE 42% 1. Strongly approve 29% 2. Somewhat approve 25% 3. Somewhat disapprove 12% 4. Strongly disapprove 31% 5. Unsure 4%

7. [QApprovalImmigration] Do you approve or disapprove of the way Joe Biden is handling immigration? [RANDOMIZE SCALE 1-4, 4-1]

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8. [QApprovalForeign] Do you approve or disapprove of the way Joe Biden is handling foreign policy? STRONGLY/SOMEWHAT APPROVE 46% STRONGLY/SOMEWHAT DISAPPROVE 43% 1. Strongly approve 22% 2. Somewhat approve 24% 3. Somewhat disapprove 12% 4. Strongly disapprove 31% 5. Unsure 11%

[Favorability Battery] Do you have a favorable or unfavorable view of the following groups or individuals which have been in the news lately? [RANDOMIZE] [DISPLAY AS GRID 4 PER PAGE]

1. Very

Favorable 2. SomewhatFavorable 3. Heard of,No Opinion 4. SomewhatUnfavorable 5. VeryUnfavorable 6. Never heardof

FAV. UNFAV. 1. Very Fav. 2. Some. Fav. 3. Heard of, No Opinion 4. Some. Unfav. 5. Very Unfav. 6. Never heard of A. Joe Biden 54% 42% 32% 21% 4% 10% 31% *%

B. The Democratic Party 49% 44% 23% 26% 7% 12% 32% *%

C. Kamala Harris 47% 44% 29% 18% 8% 9% 35% 1%

D. The Republican Party 38% 55% 13% 24% 7% 19% 36% 1%

E. Donald Trump 37% 57% 22% 15% 4% 12% 45% 1% F. Nancy Pelosi 36% 51% 18% 19% 11% 11% 40% 2% G. Elon Musk 35% 24% 11% 24% 30% 15% 9% 11% H. Chuck Schumer 29% 35% 12% 17% 24% 8% 27% 12% I. Liz Cheney 28% 31% 10% 18% 24% 13% 18% 16% J. Tim Scott 23% 14% 12% 10% 26% 6% 7% 38% K. Kevin McCarthy 22% 31% 8% 14% 26% 9% 22% 20%

IF SOMEWHAT/VERY UNFAVORABLE OF REPUBLICAN PARTY ASK:

9. [QUnfavGOP] You indicated that you have an unfavorable view of The Republican Party. What are the main reasons you view the party unfavorably? Select up to three.

The Republican Party… [RANDOMIZE 1-11]

(n=642)

1. Is the party of Donald Trump 50%

2. Supports conspiracy theories that led to the January 6th riot 40% 3. Doesn’t represent my views on most issues 35%

4. Is the party of the rich 27%

5. Is too far to the right 24%

6. Is the party of old white men 22%

7. Doesn’t understand people like me 22%

8. Supports an extreme social agenda 11%

9. Doesn’t fight Democrats hard enough 8%

10. Has too many leaders who don’t support Donald Trump 4%

11. Is too moderate 3%

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IF SOMEWHAT/VERY UNFAVORABLE OF DEMOCRATIC PARTY ASK:

10. [QUnfavDem] You indicated that you have an unfavorable view of The Democratic Party. What are the main reasons you view the party unfavorably? Select up to three.

The Democratic Party… [RANDOMIZE 1-11]

(n=482)

1. Supports socialism 43%

2. Is too far to the left 43%

3. Supports a radical, “woke” social agenda 40% 4. Doesn’t represent my views on most issues 38% 5. Seeks to undermine our American traditions 32% 6. Seeks to weaken America's national defense 21%

7. Opposes Donald Trump 14%

8. Doesn’t understand people like me 14%

9. Doesn’t support religion 10%

10. Doesn’t fight Republicans hard enough 3%

11. Is too moderate 2%

12. Something else (Please specify) 2%

11. [QBidenExpecations] Relative to your expectations when he was elected, would you say Joe Biden has been more or less liberal as president than you expected?

MUCH/SOMEWHAT MORE LIBERAL 42%

MUCH/SOMEWHAT LESS LIBERAL 8%

1. Much more liberal 26%

2. Somewhat more liberal 16%

3. About as liberal as expected 42%

4. Somewhat less liberal 5%

5. Much less liberal 3%

6. Unsure 8%

12. [Q2020Vote] Did you vote in the 2020 election?

1. Yes 96%

2. No 4%

3. Unsure *%

IF VOTED IN 2020 [Q2020Vote=1], ASK:

13. [QVotePlan] How did you cast your ballot in the 2020 election?

(n=1056)

1. I voted by mail or absentee ballot 46%

2. I voted early in person 27%

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IF VOTED IN 2020 [Q2020Vote=1], ASK:

14. [Q2020Ballot] For which candidate did you vote in the 2020 presidential election? [RANDOMIZE 1-2] (n=1056) 1. Donald Trump 46% 2. Joe Biden 52% 3. Jo Jorgensen 1% 4. Howie Hawkins *% 5. Kanye West *% 6. Someone else 1% 7. Unsure 1%

IF VOTED IN 2020 [Q2020Vote=1], ASK:

15. [QHouseVote] How did you vote for the U.S. House of Representatives in the 2020 election? [RANDOMIZE 1-2]

(n=1056)

1. Voted for the Republican candidate 44%

2. Voted for the Democratic candidate 52%

3. Voted for a third party candidate 1%

4. There wasn’t an election in my district 2%

ASK ALL:

16. [Q2016Vote] For which candidate did you vote in the 2016 presidential election? [RANDOMIZE 1-2] 1. Hillary Clinton 41% 2. Donald Trump 39% 3. Gary Johnson 2% 4. Jill Stein 1% 5. Evan McMullin 1% 6. Someone else 1% 7. I didn’t vote 13% 8. Unsure 1%

17. [QGenericCongressional] If the election for Congress were held today and you had to make a choice, for whom would you vote? [RANDOMIZE SCALE: D->R, R->D]

DEFINITELY/PROBABLY THE REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE 40% DEFINITELY/PROBABLY THE DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE 50%

1. Definitely the Republican candidate 27%

2. Probably the Republican candidate 13%

3. Probably the Democratic candidate 14%

4. Definitely the Democratic candidate 36%

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18. [QReflect] Which of these statements comes closest to your view, even if neither of them is exactly right?

A member of Congress should... [RANDOMIZE 1-2]

1. Always reflect the views of the voters in his or her district, even

if he or she doesn’t personally agree 59%

2. Always vote based on his or her own views and principles, even if they sometimes differ from the views of the voters in his or her

district 28%

3. Unsure 13%

IF IDENTIFIES AS REPUBLICAN OR VOTES FOR REPUBLICANS MORE OFTEN THAN DEMOCRATS [QParty=1-2 OR QPartyLean=1-2], ASK:

19. [QTrumpGOP] Would you say you consider yourself to be primarily a supporter of Donald Trump, or a supporter of the Republican Party? [RANDOMIZE 1-2]

(n=450)

1. Supporter of Donald Trump 45%

2. Supporter of the Republican Party 44%

3. I don’t support either one 6%

4. Unsure 4%

IF IDENTIFIES AS REPUBLICAN OR VOTES FOR REPUBLICANS MORE OFTEN THAN DEMOCRATS [QParty=1-2 OR QPartyLean=1-2], ASK:

20. [Q2024GOPTrump] If the 2024 Republican presidential primaries were being held today and you had to make a choice, for whom would you vote? [RANDOMIZE SCALE 1-4, 4-1]

(n=450)

DEFINITELY/PROBABLY DONALD TRUMP 63%

DEFINITELY/PROBABLY A DIFFERENT REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE 31%

1. Donald Trump, definitely 42%

2. Donald Trump, probably 22%

3. A different Republican candidate, probably 15% 4. A different Republican candidate, definitely 16%

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IF IDENTIFIES AS REPUBLICAN OR VOTES FOR REPUBLICANS MORE OFTEN THAN DEMOCRATS [QParty=1-2 OR QPartyLean=1-2], ASK:

21. [Q2024GOPFirst] If Donald Trump does NOT seek the Republican nomination for President in 2024 and the presidential primaries were being held today, for whom would you vote? [RANDOMIZE 1-20] (n=450) 1. Ron DeSantis 22% 2. Mike Pence 14% 3. Ted Cruz 9% 4. Donald Trump, Jr 6% 5. Nikki Haley 5% 6. Mitt Romney 4% 7. Tim Scott 3% 8. Liz Cheney 3% 9. Tucker Carlson 2% 10. Marco Rubio 1% 11. Mike Pompeo 1% 12. Tom Cotton 1% 13. Ben Sasse 1% 14. Josh Hawley 1% 15. Greg Abbott 1% 16. Kristi Noem 1% 17. Larry Hogan *% 18. Dave Portnoy *% 19. Rick Scott *% 20. Chris Christie *% 21. Someone else 1% 22. Unsure 19%

IF IDENTIFIES AS REPUBLICAN OR VOTES FOR REPUBLICANS MORE OFTEN THAN DEMOCRATS [QParty=1-2 OR QPartyLean=1-2], ASK:

22. [QGOPDirection] Would you say things in the Republican Party are headed in the right direction, or is the Republican Party off on the wrong track? [RANDOMIZE 1-2]

(n=450)

1. Right direction 49%

2. Wrong track 26%

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IF IDENTIFIES AS REPUBLICAN OR VOTES FOR REPUBLICANS MORE OFTEN THAN DEMOCRATS [QParty=1-2 OR QPartyLean=1-2], ASK:

23. [QLeadership] Which of these statements comes closest to your view, even if neither of them is exactly right?

A leader in the Republican Party should be ideologically… [RANDOMIZE 1-4] (n=450) 1. Conservative and not afraid to stand up to Donald Trump 33% 2. Conservative and completely loyal to Donald Trump 28% 3. Moderate and not afraid to stand up to Donald Trump 18% 4. Moderate and completely loyal to Donald Trump 12%

5. Unsure 9%

ASK ALL:

24. [QIssues] If you had to choose just one, which would you say is the biggest issue facing the country today? [RANDOMIZE 1-15]

1. Jobs and the economy 20%

2. The coronavirus pandemic 15%

3. Immigration 11%

4. Healthcare 8%

5. Political corruption 8%

6. Race relations 7%

7. Cost of living 6%

8. The environment and climate change 4%

9. National security 3% 10. Infrastructure 2% 11. Education 2% 12. Gun rights 2% 13. Taxes 2% 14. Drug abuse 2% 15. Crime 2%

16. Something else (Please specify) 3%

17. Unsure 2%

25. [QIsraelSympathy] In the dispute between Israel and the Palestinians, which side do you sympathize with more, the Israelis or the Palestinians? [RANDOMIZE 1-2]

1. The Israelis 31%

2. The Palestinians 13%

3. Both, equally 20%

4. Neither 17%

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26. [QIsraelResponsible] Over the past few weeks, there has been a significant military conflict between Israel and Hamas in the Gaza Strip. All things considered, who do you think is most responsible for the outbreak of the recent violence? [RANDOMIZE 1-2]

1. Hamas 29%

2. Israel 14%

3. Both Israel and Hamas equally 24%

4. Other (Please specify) 1%

5. Unsure 32%

27. [QIsraelBiden] What do you think the United States should do in this conflict? Should Joe Biden and the United States government support Israel, be neutral, or criticize Israel?

1. Support Israel 34%

2. Be neutral 37%

3. Criticize Israel 10%

4. Unsure 20%

28. [QCoronaConcern] Switching topics slightly, how personally concerned are you about the chances of you or someone in your family becoming infected with the coronavirus?

EXTREMELY/VERY CONCERNED 30%

NOT VERY/NOT AT ALL CONCERNED 41%

1. Extremely concerned 14%

2. Very concerned 16%

3. Somewhat concerned 25%

4. Not very concerned 26%

5. Not at all concerned 15%

6. Unsure 4%

29. [QCoronaOutlook] Which of the following best describes your feelings about the coronavirus outbreak in the United States? [RANDOMIZE 1-2]

1. The worst is behind us 67%

2. The worst is yet to come 16%

3. Unsure 17%

30. [QCoronaBiden] Do you approve or disapprove of how Joe Biden is handling the spread of the coronavirus in the United States?

STRONGLY/SOMEWHAT APPROVE 64% STRONGLY/SOMEWHAT DISAPPROVE 31% 1. Strongly approve 37% 2. Somewhat approve 26% 3. Somewhat disapprove 13% 4. Strongly disapprove 17% 5. Unsure 5%

31. [QCoronaCost] Which of the following concerns you more? [RANDOMIZE 1-2] 1. Reopening the country too quickly, allowing the virus to spread

and costing lives 48%

2. Waiting too long to reopen the country, damaging the economy

and costing jobs 42%

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32. [QCoronaVaccine] Have you gotten or do you plan to get the COVID-19 vaccine?

1. Yes, I have already gotten the vaccine 63%

2. Yes, as soon as possible 7%

3. Yes, but only after others have gotten it and it seems safe 8%

4. No, I probably won’t 18%

5. Unsure 3%

IF SAYS PROBABLY WON’T GET VACCINE OR UNSURE [QCoronaVaccine=4-5], ASK:

33. [QNoVaccine] What are the reasons you personally do not plan to get vaccinated or are unsure about getting vaccinated for COVID-19? Select all that apply. [RANDOMIZE 1-11]

(n=255)

1. The vaccine was developed too quickly 45%

2. The vaccine was rushed for political reasons 41% 3. I wouldn’t trust the vaccine until it’s been in use for at least

several years 41%

4. I don’t have enough information about side effects 36% 5. I don’t trust the information being published about the vaccine 34% 6. I am more worried about the risks of getting one of the currently

available vaccines than the risks of getting COVID-19 29% 7. I’m taking enough measures to avoid COVID-19 without the

vaccine 21%

8. I believe I'm personally unlikely to suffer serious long term

effects if I contract COVID-19 19%

9. I don’t trust any vaccines 17%

10. I wouldn’t trust the vaccine until it’s been in use for at least

several months 16%

11. I have already had COVID-19 and think I’m immune 8%

12. Something else (Please specify) 7%

34. [QCoronaMask] In the past month, how often, if ever, have you worn a mask or face covering in each of the following places when you are around other people who are not part of your household?

1. Always 2. Sometimes 3. Rarely 4. Never 5. Unsure

ALWAYS/ SOMETIMES RARELY/ NEVER 1. Always 2. Sometimes 3. Rarely 4. Never 5. Unsure A. Indoor spaces 88% 10% 65% 24% 7% 4% 1% B. Outdoor spaces 68% 31% 39% 29% 15% 16% 1%

35. [QCoronaCDC] As you may know, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) recently announced new COVID-19 guidelines allowing fully vaccinated people to do all indoor activities without masks or social distancing measures. Do you think this decision was made too soon, at just the right time, or was it overdue?

1. Too soon 34%

2. Just the right time 32%

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36. [QCoronaMaskCDC] With the newly announced CDC guidelines, how often, if ever, do you plan to wear a mask or face covering in each of the following places when you are around other people who are not part of your household?

1. Always 2. Sometimes 3. Rarely 4. Never 5. Unsure

ALWAYS/ SOMETIMES RARELY/ NEVER 1. Always 2. Sometimes 3. Rarely 4. Never 5. Unsure A. Indoor spaces 75% 22% 44% 32% 12% 10% 3% B. Outdoor spaces 56% 42% 27% 28% 18% 24% 3%

37. [QVaccineTrust] Which of the following would you be most interested in hearing from if they recorded a public service announcement in favor of getting vaccinated against COVID-19? Select up to three. [RANDOMIZE 1-15]

1. A doctor or nurse who treated COVID-19 patients 35% 2. An expert from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) 25% 3. An essential worker who worked throughout the COVID-19

pandemic 23%

4. Anthony Fauci 21%

5. Joe Biden 15%

6. Barack Obama 15%

7. A small business owner impacted by COVID-19 lockdowns 13%

8. Donald Trump 11% 9. Dolly Parton 6% 10. George W. Bush 4% 11. Oprah Winfrey 4% 12. Taylor Swift 4% 13. LeBron James 3%

14. A leader from my religious congregation 3%

15. Mark Cuban 2%

16. Someone else (Please specify) 2%

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38. [QNews] Which, if any, of the following do you listen to, read, or watch to stay informed about current affairs and political news? Choose all that apply. [SELECT MULTIPLE] [RANDOMIZE 1-28] 1. Local TV news 41% 2. Fox News 30% 3. CNN 29% 4. ABC News 27% 5. Facebook 26% 6. NBC News 24% 7. Local newspaper 23% 8. CBS News 21%

9. Local radio news 16%

10. MSNBC 14%

11. The New York Times 13%

12. Twitter 13%

13. Instagram 12%

14. The Washington Post 11%

15. Yahoo News 11%

16. The Wall Street Journal 10%

17. PBS 10% 18. USA Today 10% 19. NPR 8% 20. Talk radio 8% 21. Podcasts 8% 22. Newsmax 7% 23. Huffington Post 7% 24. Reddit 5% 25. Reuters 4% 26. OAN 3% 27. Breitbart 3% 28. Vox 2%

29. Something else (Please specify) 3%

30. None of these 6%

39. [QSocial] Which social media platforms or apps do you use? [SELECT MULTIPLE] [RANDOMIZE 1-9] 1. Facebook 71% 2. YouTube 60% 3. Instagram 39% 4. Twitter 29% 5. Pinterest 24% 6. Snapchat 20% 7. LinkedIn 20% 8. TikTok 20% 9. Reddit 14% 10. WhatsApp 11%

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40. [QGender] Do you describe yourself as a man, a woman, or in some other way? [RANDOMIZE 1-2]

1. Man 47%

2. Woman 52%

3. In some other way 1%

41. [QRace] What is your race or ethnicity? [SELECT MULTIPLE] [RANDOMIZE 1-6]

1. White 72%

2. Black or African American 14%

3. Hispanic or Latino 10%

4. Asian 4%

5. Native American or Alaska Native 1%

6. Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander

-7. Something else 1%

42. [QEducation] What is the highest level of education you have completed?

1. High school or less 22%

2. Some college 24%

3. Associate’s degree 16%

4. Bachelor’s degree 26%

5. Graduate degree 13%

6. Prefer not to say *%

43. [QAge] What is your age?

1. 18-29 17%

2. 30-39 16%

3. 40-49 16%

4. 50-64 27%

5. 65+ 25%

44. [QEmployment] What is your current employment status?

1. Employed full-time 39%

2. Employed part-time 10%

3. Freelance, contract, or temporary work 3%

4. “Gig economy” work like ride shares, food delivery, or dog walking 1%

5. Unemployed and looking for work 7%

6. Stay-at-home parent or caregiver 5%

7. Full time student 3%

8. Retired 29%

9. Something else 4%

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IF EMPLOYED [QEMPLOYMENT = 1, 2, 3, 4], ASK:

45. [QTypeofWork] Which of the following comes closest to describing the kind of work you do?

(n=552) 1. White collar worker, like work at a desk or an office 56% 2. Blue collar worker, like work with my hands or in a factory 24% 3. Service worker, like work in a store or hospital 14%

4. Unsure 6%

46. [QIncome] Which range includes your annual household income?

1. Less than $30,000 per year 23%

2. $30,000 to $49,999 per year 19%

3. $50,000 to $74,999 per year 20%

4. $75,000 to $125,000 per year 21%

5. More than $125,000 per year 12%

6. Prefer not to say 5%

47. [QState] In what state do you live?

1. States in the Northeast 18%

2. States in the Midwest 23%

3. States in the South 37%

4. States in the West 22%

48. [QUrbanRural] How would you describe the area in which you live?

1. City 29%

2. Suburb near a city 43%

3. Small town not near a city 11%

4. Rural or country area 17%

49. [QMarital] What is your current marital status?

1. Single, never married 26%

2. Married 56%

3. Separated 1%

4. Divorced 10%

5. Widowed 5%

50. [QKids] Do you currently have children under the age of 18 in your home?

1. Yes 29%

2. No 70%

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51. [QReligion] How would you describe your religion?

1. Evangelical Protestant/Born- Again Christian 22%

2. Mainline Protestant 11%

3. Roman Catholic 25%

4. Latter-Day Saint (Mormon) 1%

5. Jewish 4%

6. Muslim 1%

7. Agnostic 6%

8. Atheist 5%

9. Something else 18%

10. Prefer not to say 7%

52. [QChurch] Before the COVID-19 pandemic, how often did you typically attend a religious service?

1. At least once a week 25%

2. Once or twice a month 12%

3. A few times a year 13%

4. Usually just for religious holidays 11%

5. Never 35%

6. Prefer not to say 4%

53. [QCONSENT] In connection with your participation in this survey, Echelon National Research would like to: Append or have appended to your survey results, certain voter information about you; and/or Connect your survey response data to certain data or databases owned or licensed by Client. As a result of such append or data connection and combination, you may be individually identified by the Client and/or the Client's service providers. The above is an express requirement for your participation in this survey. If you do not agree with the above, please select "no" below and you will not proceed to take this survey. You will not be sold anything at any point in this survey, and will never be

contacted by us or our end client for political or marketing reasons. Would you like to participate in the survey?

1. Yes 100%

2. No

-3. Unsure

-54. [QRegVote] Are you at least 18 years old and registered to vote?

1. Yes 100%

2. No

-3. Unsure

-55. [QIndustry] Do you or does anyone in your household work in any of the following industries? [SELECT MULTIPLE] [RANDOMIZE 1-7]

1. Technology 3%

2. Sales 5%

3. Healthcare or the pharmaceutical industry 8%

4. Journalism or the media

-5. Food service or the restaurant industry 4%

6. Market research

-7. Public relations

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