Democratic Party Favorability Trend

Democratic Party Favorability Trend

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overallFavorableUnfavorableNeither
November 201532%52%12%
February 201633%48%14%
June 201630%50%12%
October 201632%51%12%
February 201836%47%11%
June 201837%49%9%
February 201937%50%9%
August 202134%54%12%
April 202234%53%12%
August 202239%49%12%
October 202240%49%12%

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partyidDemocratIndependentRepublican
November 201574%11%4%
February 201673%10%3%
June 201674%13%4%
October 201656%6%2%
February 201875%14%5%
June 201879%9%5%
February 201980%14%5%
August 202176%14%4%
April 202278%14%4%
August 202278%8%9%
October 202283%16%8%

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demidLean DemocratNot very strong DemocratStrong Democrat
November 201547%70%90%
February 201648%68%70%
June 201658%61%89%
October 201657%63%93%
February 201864%64%87%
June 201858%76%92%
February 201965%73%90%
August 202147%70%89%
April 202257%64%93%
August 202256%73%91%
October 202269%65%96%

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gopidLean RepublicanNot very strong RepublicanStrong Republican
November 20156%4%1%
February 20164%7%2%
June 20162%4%4%
October 20162%3%1%
February 20180%6%7%
June 20182%8%5%
February 20194%9%4%
August 20216%6%2%
April 20224%9%2%
August 202210%12%8%
October 20226%17%5%

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ideologyLiberalsModeratesConservatives
November 201554%39%8%
February 201672%41%11%
June 201673%38%7%
October 201674%39%8%
February 201876%40%13%
June 201874%41%9%
February 201979%35%10%
August 202169%44%6%
April 202272%42%6%
August 202275%41%12%
October 202281%44%9%

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liberalismLeaning liberalSomewhat liberalExtremely liberal
November 201570%80%74%
February 201667%81%66%
June 201656%80%76%
October 201668%80%74%
February 201868%76%80%
June 201863%75%83%
February 201956%82%84%
August 202162%69%76%
April 202256%83%71%
August 202271%78%77%
October 202264%84%82%

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conservatismLeaning conservativeSomewhat conservativeExtremely conservative
November 201512%8%6%
February 201614%11%9%
June 20169%3%11%
October 20166%9%7%
February 201819%12%9%
June 20189%8%10%
February 201922%10%5%
August 20217%5%7%
April 202212%5%3%
August 202220%11%5%
October 202226%5%3%

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raceWhiteBlackHispanic
November 201520%67%45%
February 201621%70%48%
June 201619%72%39%
October 201619%81%39%
February 201827%64%47%
June 201828%68%43%
February 201927%66%64%
August 202126%65%39%
April 202226%67%39%
August 202229%67%46%
October 202233%60%45%

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genderMaleFemale
November 201529%35%
February 201630%36%
June 201629%33%
October 201629%35%
February 201836%38%
June 201833%40%
February 201935%39%
August 202131%37%
April 202232%37%
August 202237%40%
October 202237%41%

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locationUrbanSuburbanRural
November 201539%32%23%
February 201642%31%27%
June 201638%31%20%
October 201645%29%22%
February 201849%31%24%
June 201848%34%24%
February 201950%35%22%
August 202145%31%24%
April 202245%35%19%
August 202255%34%26%
October 202253%39%21%

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age group18-2930-4445-6565+
November 201538%39%31%25%
February 201643%32%33%31%
June 201637%33%26%32%
October 201627%38%29%33%
February 201837%36%40%33%
June 201836%43%34%33%
February 201934%43%34%29%
August 202130%37%33%35%
April 202233%37%33%35%
August 202246%38%35%38%
October 202254%39%35%35%

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educationNo high schoolHigh school graduateSome college2-year4-yearPost-grad
November 201535%32%33%33%33%27%
February 201641%35%33%33%29%35%
June 201618%30%41%43%32%31%
October 201635%32%28%40%34%31%
February 201858%39%31%29%36%43%
June 201823%39%33%36%34%50%
February 201938%32%36%32%40%47%
August 202134%34%28%38%35%39%
April 202216%35%35%34%34%37%
August 202234%43%32%34%40%42%
October 202228%36%42%39%39%49%

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religiosityExtremely importantSomewhat importantNot very importantNot at all important
November 201529%32%38%44%
February 201630%33%39%42%
June 201629%29%28%39%
October 201630%29%30%46%
February 201830%32%41%58%
June 201829%39%38%47%
February 201928%37%43%54%
August 202128%31%41%46%
April 202226%38%37%45%
August 202231%37%43%52%
October 202228%42%37%59%

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The Bible is the word of God, to be taken literallyThe Bible is the word of God, not to be taken literallyThe Bible is a book written by man
November 201528%30%36%
February 201633%31%45%
June 201630%27%43%
October 201632%27%42%
February 201832%31%59%
June 201831%34%52%
February 201926%35%56%
August 202130%28%50%
April 202228%29%49%
August 202233%33%34%
October 202234%34%57%

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