While a majority of the public report personal impacts from extreme weather, attitudes and behaviors related to climate change continue to be highly partisan.
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Most Democrats would support Biden if he wins the nomination
Only about half of Democrats think President Biden should run again in 2024, but a large majority say they’d be likely to support him if he became the nominee.
AP VoteCast 2022
The AP VoteCast survey of 120,896 registered voters nationwide was conducted between Oct. 31 and Nov. 8, 2022, concluding as polls closed on Election Day.
Trump’s legal issues have little impact on his support
Fifty-three percent of the public believe former President Trump has done something illegal regarding his alleged interference in Georgia’s vote count during the 2020 presidential election. Fewer, 41%, say the same about the New York case for which he has been indicted.
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AP VoteCast is a modern, innovative survey of the American electorate conducted in all 50 states that was designed to tell the story of recent elections. VoteCast debuted for the 2018 midterm elections after years of testing and development, with additional rounds conducted alongside the 2020 Democratic Presidential Primaries, the 2020 General Election, the 2021…