Online Selection - Small Scientific Sample

Online Selection - Small Scientific Sample: A small sample of 503 registered voters and US Citizens able to be registered by the November 3rd election. Poll included all candidates on our ballot, and selection was made SurveyMonkey Audience Market Research that has the ability to provide demographics which are similar to the 2016 Exit Polls and Voter Registry (age, gender, income, etc). Since 503 is a small sample, we will not be able to break this down into state or electoral level.

Actual Demographics:  View our Facebook for more demographic information and graphics. Compare Demographics to our Opt-In Polls, the 2016 Exit Polls, and the Voter Registry here.

     Male: 46.39%

     Female: 53.61%

     Age 18-29: 18.87%

     Age 30-44: 28.30%

     Age 45-60: 16.98%

     Age >60: 35.85%

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This data was last updated: 9/9/2020 11:33AM EST. Margin of Error: +4%

TRUMP

Total Popular Votes

206

40.97%

BIDEN

Total Popular Votes

229

45.48%

JORGENSEN

Total Popular Votes

34

6.79%

HAWKINS

Total Popular Votes

8

1.59%

OTHER

Total Popular Votes

26

5.17%

Online Selection - Large Scientific Sample

Online Selection - Large Scientific Sample: A sample of 5000 (estimated) registered voters and US Citizens able to be registered by the November 3rd election. Poll includes all candidates on our ballot, and selection will be made via survey platforms that have the ability to provide demographics which match the 2016 Exit Polls and Voter Registry. This sample is larger, and we will be able to provide a good picture with about 100 data points per state. Therefore, we will be able to present and break this down into state or electoral level.

Sample Size Grows as Donations are Received: ~$1 Per Respondent for Targeted Scientific Responses

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This data was last updated: 10/16/2020 6:20PM EST

Sample size of 1687; Margin of Error +4%

Undecided: 7.9%

TRUMP

Total Popular Votes

661

39.2%

Electoral Votes

174

BIDEN

Total Popular Votes

730

43.3%

Electoral Votes

357

JORGENSEN

Total Popular Votes

81

4.8%

Electoral Votes

7

HAWKINS

Total Popular Votes

21

1.2%

Electoral Votes

0

OTHER

Total Popular Votes

60

3.6%

Electoral Votes

0

Full Results by State: Contact for details. See Facebook for notes on sampling.

Actual Demographics: Contact for details. See Facebook for notes on sampling.

  • VeriPoll is working hard to gain traction and validity to compete with the mainstream media polls. We have heard feedback that until VeriPoll gets distributed by more groups, the ongoing open polling method may not closely reflect the American public. Therefore, we are working with experts to come up with new scientific polls in order to have a chance to be included as a source in the 2020 Election Debates. The ongoing open poll will still run and update as usual, but the new polls will consist of Random selection based on the demographics and sample size of the 2016 Exit Polls as well as the polls being considered for the 2020 Election Debates.

    • Online Selection - Small Scientific Sample: A small sample of 500 (estimated) registered voters and people able to be registered by the November 3rd election. Poll will include all candidates on our ballot, and selection will be made via email campaigns and survey platforms that have the ability to provide demographics which match the 2016 Exit Polls as well as the polls being considered for the 2020 Election Debates (race, age, gender, rural/urban, income, etc). Since 500 is a small sample, we will not be able to break this down into state or electoral level.

    • Online Selection - Large Scientific Sample: A sample of 5000 (estimated) registered voters and people able to be registered by the November 3rd election. Poll will include all candidates on our ballot, and selection will be made via email campaigns and survey platforms that have the ability to provide demographics which match the 2016 Exit Polls as well as the polls being considered for the 2020 Election Debates (race, age, gender, rural/urban, income, etc). This sample is a larger, and we will be able to provide a good picture with about 100 data points per state. Therefore, we will be able to present and break this down into state or electoral level.

District Disclaimer: Due to the verification process, Maine and Nebraska cannot be represented as different congressional districts. Therefore, the above data awards all electoral votes to the majority winner of the entire state. Contact for details.

 

Map Coloring Note: Lighter or faded coloring of states will be used if the candidate is winning by less than 5%. See Full Details.