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Change Research 32m
Apologies for the confusion, everyone. The bars are based on the exact percentages, not the rounded percentages. Using unrounded numbers, Joe Biden is about half a point higher than Bernie Sanders. We will be correcting this issue (also "Elizabeth"!) in future graphics.
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Change Research 32m
Apologies for the confusion, everyone. The bars are based on the exact percentages, not the rounded percentages. Using unrounded numbers, Joe Biden is about half a point higher than Bernie Sanders. We will be correcting this issue (also "Elizabeth"!) in future graphics.
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Change Research 32m
Replying to @jameszatolokin
Apologies for the confusion, everyone. The bars are based on the exact percentages, not the rounded percentages. Using unrounded numbers, Joe Biden is about half a point higher than Bernie Sanders. We will be correcting this issue (also "Elizabeth"!) in future graphics.
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Change Research 41m
New immigration poll in Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Colorado for the ⬇️
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Congratulations on a well-run race, - we're proud to have played a small role in your campaign!
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Change Research May 20
Yes. The bars are based on the exact percentages, not the rounded percentages. Using unrounded numbers, Joe Biden is about half a point higher than Bernie Sanders.
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Change Research May 20
We are a business rather than an academic institution, so we can't publish full details about our proprietary methodology :) That being said, if you're interested in looking into sample demographics for this IA poll, you can check out the toplines here - !
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Change Research May 20
We recruit primarily through online ads.
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Change Research May 20
Hi and - thanks for your interest in our results! Our polls are conducted online, and our Bias Correct Engine delivers representative samples that reflect the demographics of a population.
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Change Research May 20
Age breakdown from our poll with in Iowa: Biden/Sanders support is split by age - younger voters (18-34 and 35-49) prefer Sanders, while older voters (50-64 and 65+) prefer Biden. More results and analysis here:
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Change Research May 20
Second choice results from our poll with in Iowa: 25% of Biden supporters pick Harris as their 2nd choice; 24% choose Sanders 35% of Sanders supporters pick Warren as their 2nd choice; 23% choose Biden More results and analysis here:
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Change Research May 20
New / Change Research poll in Iowa: Biden: 24% Sanders: 24% Buttigieg: 14% Warren: 12% Harris: 10% O'Rourke: 5% Klobuchar: 2% Yang: 2% (others 1% or less) (n=615, likely 2020 Democratic caucus-goers in IA, May 15-19) Read the Iowa Starting Line's analysis ⬇️
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Change Research May 15
In their spring issue, features the economy poll we conducted for them. The results: "The answers show us that our side still has considerable work to do to dislodge economic ideas that people have been told were gospel for a long time."
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Change Research May 15
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Correction: Graphic should list 389* likely 2030 Democratic caucus-goers in Nevada. The tweet body is correct.
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Change Research May 15
More results from our Nevada poll - 2nd choices: 45% of Sanders supporters select Warren as their 2nd choice; 24% choose Biden 29% of Biden supporters select Harris as their 2nd choice; 25% choose Sanders (n=389, likely 2020 Democratic caucus-goers in Nevada, May 9-12)
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Change Research May 14
NEW NEVADA POLL published in : Biden: 29% Sanders: 24% Buttigieg: 13% Warren: 12% Harris: 11% O'Rourke: 4% Booker: 2% (n=389, likely 2020 Democratic caucus-goers in Nevada, May 9-12)
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Alexi McCammond May 14
2nd choice candidates among Democratic primary voters if their 1st choice wasn't running: -Biden supporters --> Bernie Sanders -Bernie supporters --> Joe Biden -Kamala supporters --> Joe Biden (per a new Change Research poll in South Carolina)
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Change Research May 13
Our latest South Carolina poll with the - for more results and analysis, see The Post and Courier's writeup here:
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Morning Joe May 13
Joe Biden takes the lead in South Carolina, per /
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Andy Shain May 12
How candidates are trending after 3 / polls for the 2020 Democratic presidential primary in South Carolina. Link to the full poll has been added to our report:
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