Republican Party Favorability Trend

Republican Party Favorability Trend

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overallFavorableUnfavorableNeither
November 201530%49%17%
February 201628%52%16%
June 201627%51%14%
October 201624%58%15%
February 201836%48%11%
June 201835%48%12%
February 201935%51%11%
August 202135%51%14%
April 202240%47%13%
August 202241%47%12%
October 202242%46%12%

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partyidDemocratIndependentRepublican
November 20157%5%56%
February 20165%7%59%
June 20165%12%52%
October 20164%7%46%
February 20189%17%70%
June 20186%18%68%
February 20196%17%65%
August 20215%15%64%
April 20227%10%76%
August 20227%12%77%
October 20226%18%84%

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demidLean DemocratNot very strong DemocratStrong Democrat
November 20152%13%6%
February 20162%7%4%
June 20165%10%3%
October 20163%6%3%
February 20184%12%8%
June 20183%7%6%
February 20193%15%3%
August 20212%6%6%
April 20224%6%8%
August 20227%10%7%
October 20222%14%5%

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gopidLean RepublicanNot very strong RepublicanStrong Republican
November 201533%57%70%
February 201613%59%75%
June 201631%48%69%
October 201625%44%60%
February 201845%67%88%
June 201845%63%85%
February 201947%61%76%
August 202145%56%80%
April 202255%64%89%
August 202266%63%90%
October 202269%71%94%

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ideologyLiberalsModeratesConservatives
November 20157%17%49%
February 20167%12%50%
June 20164%15%46%
October 20164%13%41%
February 20186%16%68%
June 20185%20%63%
February 20195%24%59%
August 20214%17%62%
April 20226%21%73%
August 202211%23%72%
October 20227%26%77%

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liberalismLeaning liberalSomewhat liberalExtremely liberal
November 201512%6%4%
February 201614%3%2%
June 20167%3%3%
October 20165%4%3%
February 20189%5%7%
June 20183%4%8%
February 20198%4%3%
August 20218%3%5%
April 20221%8%8%
August 202215%11%9%
October 20224%6%10%

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conservatismLeaning conservativeSomewhat conservativeExtremely conservative
November 201543%54%48%
February 201642%50%57%
June 201632%52%49%
October 201633%38%49%
February 201850%68%74%
June 201849%62%74%
February 201942%60%67%
August 202139%66%70%
April 202258%76%78%
August 202248%77%85%
October 202257%77%87%

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raceWhiteBlackHispanic
November 201537%9%25%
February 201635%22%32%
June 201633%11%19%
October 201630%7%18%
February 201835%16%30%
June 201843%15%29%
February 201943%18%24%
August 202142%14%24%
April 202250%14%32%
August 202251%20%32%
October 202252%19%34%

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genderMaleFemale
November 201527%33%
February 201627%28%
June 201624%29%
October 201618%28%
February 201842%35%
June 201837%34%
February 201935%34%
August 202133%35%
April 202243%37%
August 202244%38%
October 202246%39%

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locationUrbanSuburbanRural
November 201527%32%33%
February 201622%27%34%
June 201625%28%27%
October 201618%23%31%
February 201827%40%46%
June 201825%37%48%
February 201924%35%49%
August 202125%35%45%
April 202235%38%52%
August 202234%40%55%
October 202232%41%60%

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age group18-2930-4445-6565+
November 201525%25%28%30%
February 201628%25%24%33%
June 201629%23%23%37%
October 201616%20%26%26%
February 201842%32%34%43%
June 201836%24%38%43%
February 201931%29%37%41%
August 202127%31%34%42%
April 202236%36%37%49%
August 202235%40%41%47%
October 202232%34%47%52%

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educationNo high schoolHigh school graduateSome college2-year4-yearPost-grad
November 201529%33%28%31%30%28%
February 201622%29%30%26%30%14%
June 201623%30%31%16%31%14%
October 201633%26%21%23%21%21%
February 201828%37%38%37%36%27%
June 201814%33%36%40%37%27%
February 201924%35%33%33%35%39%
August 202156%34%36%32%36%23%
April 202264%39%38%39%44%33%
August 202246%42%37%38%48%32%
October 202249%48%36%28%49%38%

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religiosityExtremely importantSomewhat importantNot very importantNot at all important
November 201538%30%20%8%
February 201636%28%14%7%
June 201633%25%22%17%
October 201630%24%14%10%
February 201847%31%30%16%
June 201846%35%33%16%
February 201943%39%46%12%
August 202146%33%18%22%
April 202255%40%26%18%
August 202253%42%33%22%
October 202259%42%39%12%

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fundamentalismThe 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 201538%35%12%
February 201635%33%7%
June 201628%35%16%
October 201631%28%10%
February 201847%39%16%
June 201849%43%14%
February 201950%39%12%
August 202149%38%17%
April 202257%44%19%
August 202257%44%21%
October 202258%49%18%

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