The latest USC Dornsife Daybreak Poll reveals 59% of registered voters have an unfavorable opinion of Donald Trump, compared to a 50% favorable rating for Joe Biden.
The Daybreak Poll got the 2016 presidential election outcome right, but for the wrong reasons. The poll’s survey director explains what’s new with this year’s effort. [4¾ min read]
But more than 1 in 4 think it’s too early to say. Meanwhile, Trump’s GOP primary voter support is unwavering, and Joe Biden holds steady in the Democratic field as Elizabeth Warren gains momentum. [2 ½ minute read]
The latest USC Dornsife/Los Angeles Times national poll shows nearly half of voters back a Medicare-like option and a majority wants a ban and buyback program for certain semi-automatic guns. Also, former Vice President Joe Biden holds a steady lead ahead of the third Democratic primary debate, though many voters remain undecided. [6 min read]
The poll’s results, updated nightly, have often differed from its counterparts’ numbers since it debuted in July.
The new Daybreak Poll aims to offer a best estimate of how Americans will vote in the 2016 presidential election, USC Dornsife researchers say.
USC Dornsife professors of economics, history, and American studies and ethnicity offer scholarly opinions on how Los Angeles can tackle its unsustainable traffic problem.
Sen. Barbara Boxer won’t seek re-election in 2016, and voters are ready for new blood, a USC Dornsife/Times poll found.
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