Politics and PartiesInsight from voters about their feelings surrounding politics
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Politics and PartiesInsight from voters about their feelings surrounding politics

11 October 2022

Summary

More in Common 2 TABLE OF CONTENTS ☞ Voting in the 2022 Elections ☞ Party registration ☞ Desire for moderate candidates ☞ Attitudes towards methods to influence politics More in Common 4 Voting in the 2022 Elections More in Common Americans who say they are registered to vote are more than ten times more likely to say they will vote than Americans who say they are not registered. [...] How likely is it that you will vote in the 2022 general elections? Numbers in % Will vote Maybe will vote Will not vote Don't know US Average 72 7 17 4 Registered voters 80 7 10 2 Non-registered 6 10 69 15 More in Common 12 Hispanic and Asian Americans are slightly more likely than white Americans to say they will not vote in the 2022 midterm elections. [...] How likely is it that you will vote in the 2022 general elections? Numbers in % Will vote Maybe will vote Will not vote Don't know US Average 72 7 17 4 Silent Generation 92 1 7 0 Baby Boomers 87 4 8 2 Gen X 71 9 16 4 Millennials 61 8 24 7 Gen Z 52 13 28 7 More in Common 14 Americans with higher education levels are more likely to vote in the 2022 midterm elections. [...] Do you think the Democratic party needs more moderate candidates? Numbers in % Yes No Don't know US Average 49 28 23 Democrat 38 42 20 More in Common 23 Democrats who want more moderate candidates in their party are more likely to be ideologically moderate. [...] Do you think the Republican party needs more moderate candidates? Numbers in % Yes No Don't know US Average 47 28 24 Registered Republicans 32 51 16 More in Common 28 Republicans who want more moderate candidates in their party are more likely to be ideologically moderate.

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