Washington, DC- The findings for the second USA Today/Rock the Vote/Ipsos poll
were released today.
- More than half (56%) of millennials go for Clinton in the 2-way ballot. Only 20% support
- In the 4-way ballot (with Stein and Johnson), Clinton still receives support from half of
millennials. Stein and Johnson collectively receive about 15% of the millennial vote.
- People supporting Clinton support her for her experience and to keep Trump out of the
- The #1 reason for Trump voters is to keep Clinton out of the White House.
- Of the quarter of millennials who say they wouldn’t vote or don’t know who they’d vote for,
almost two-thirds (62%) say it is because they don’t like any of the candidates.
- 70% of millennials say sexism plays some role in hostility towards Clinton, including more
than 1/3 say it is a major reason.
- However, 77% agree that they are concerned for the safety of police officers.
- After the RNC, millennials generally say Trump seems less Trustworthy, Presidential,
Accessible, Human or Credible.
- After the DNC, millennials generally say Clinton seems more Presidential, Human and
Accessible and about the same on Trustworthy and Credible.
The topline results are available for download on the right side of this page.
These are findings from an Ipsos poll conducted August 5-10, 2016 on behalf of USA
Today. For the survey, a sample of 1,539 adults age 18-34 from the continental U.S., Alaska
and Hawaii was interviewed online in English. The poll has a credibility interval of ± 3.1
percentage points for all respondents and a credibility interval adjusted for design effect of the
following (n=1,539, DEFF=1.5, adjusted Confidence Interval=4.6). Post-hoc weights were
made to the population characteristics on gender, age, region, race/ethnicity and income.For
more information about Ipsos online polling methodology, please go here: http://goo.gl/yJBkuf
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