Nationwide opinion polling for the Democratic Party 2016 presidential primaries

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This is a list of nationwide public opinion polls that have been conducted relating to the Democratic primaries for the 2016 United States presidential election. The persons named in the polls are declared candidates, are former candidates, or have received media speculation about their possible candidacy.

Aggregate polling[edit]

In the following tables, blue indicates the highest percentage and percentages within the margin of error of the highest in each poll.

Source of aggregate poll Date updated Date polled Method Hillary
Clinton
Bernie
Sanders
Others /
Undecided
FiveThirtyEight Average[1] June 24, 2016 February 25 –
June 29, 2016
Weighted 54.1% 37.4% 8.5%
HuffPost Pollster Model[2] June 24, 2016 N/A N/A 53.8% 39.3% 6.9%
RealClear Politics Average[3] June 24, 2016 May 13–June 5, 2016 Average of
last 5 polls
52.8% 41.4% 5.8%
270 to Win Average[4] June 24, 2016 May 13–June 6, 2016 Average of
last 3 polls
52.0% 38.0% 10.0%

Individual polls[edit]

Graphical summary[edit]

Democratic Party presidential primary polling for the 2016 election (moving average is calculated from the last twelve polls)
  Hillary Clinton
  Bernie Sanders
  Joe Biden
  Martin O'Malley
  Jim Webb
  Lincoln Chafee
  Lawrence Lessig

Polls conducted in 2016[edit]

Summary of the opinion polls taken since January 2016 for the Democratic Party presidential primaries
Poll source Sample
size
Margin
of error
Date(s)
administered
Hillary
Clinton
Bernie
Sanders
Others / Undecided
YouGov/Economist[5] 390 June 18–20, 2016 55% 42% 4%
Morning Consult[6] 1,733 2.0% June 15–20, 2016 53% 35% 12%
NBC/SurveyMonkey[7] 3,092 1.3% June 6–12, 2016 58% 36% 6%
YouGov[8] 698 June 2–5, 2016 52% 41% 7%
Morning Consult[9] 1,811 2.3% June 1–5, 2016 51% 38% 11%
IBD/TIPP[10] 351 5.3% May 31 – June 5, 2016 51% 37% 12%
NBC/SurveyMonkey[11] 4,332 2.0% May 30 – June 5, 2016 53% 40% 7%
Ipsos/Reuters[12] 850 3.4% May 28 – June 1, 2016 44% 44% 12%
Quinnipiac[13] 678 3.8% May 24–30, 2016 53% 39% 8%
Morning Consult[14] 1,859 2.3% May 24–30, 2016 46% 42% 12%
NBC/SurveyMonkey[15] 4,227 2.0% May 23–29, 2016 53% 42% 5%
Ipsos/Reuters[16] 800 2.8% May 21–25, 2016 44% 43% 13%
YouGov/Economist[17] 711 3.1% May 20–23, 2016 52% 41% 7%
Morning Consult[18] 975 1.0% May 19–23, 2016 48% 42% 10%
NBC/SurveyMonkey[19] 4,888 1.0% May 16–22, 2016 51% 42% 7%
ABC News/Washington Post[20] 829 3.5% May 16–19, 2016 56% 42% 2%
Ipsos/Reuters[21] 868 2.7% May 14–18, 2016 44% 43% 13%
NBC/SurveyMonkey[22] 4,348 2.0% May 9–15, 2016 54% 40% 6%
Morning Consult[23] 1,855 2.3% May 11–15, 2016 47% 41% 12%
Ipsos/Reuters[24] 819 2.8% May 7–11, 2016 46% 44% 10%
Morning Consult[25] 2,728 1.9% May 5–9, 2016 49% 40% 11%
NBC/SurveyMonkey[26] 3,905 2.0% May 2–8, 2016 53% 41% 6%
Ipsos/Reuters[27] 679 3.1% April 30 – May 4, 2016 47% 40% 13%
Morning Consult[28] 948 3.2% April 29 – May 2, 2016 51% 38% 11%
CNN/ORC[29] 405 5.0% April 28 – May 1, 2016 51% 43% 6%
NBC/SurveyMonkey[30] 4,418 1.9% April 25 – May 1, 2016 54% 40% 6%
Morning Consult[31] 906 3.2% April 26–29, 2016 49% 40% 11%
IBD/TIPP[32] 355 5.3% April 22–28, 2016 49% 43% 8%
Ipsos/Reuters[33] 1,062 3.0% April 23–27, 2016 47% 42% 11%
YouGov/Economist[34] 635 2.8% April 22–26, 2016 47% 43% 10%
Suffolk University/USA Today[35] 363 5.1% April 20–24, 2016 50.4% 44.9% 4.7%
NBC/SurveyMonkey[36] 10,707 1.4% April 18–24, 2016 52% 42% 6%
Morning Consult[37] 929 2.0% April 20–22, 2016 48% 42% 10%
Ipsos/Reuters[38] 835 2.8% April 16–20, 2016 43% 42% 15%
Pew Research[39] 738 - April 12–19, 2016 54% 42% 4%
Morning Consult[40] 941 2% April 15–17, 2016 46% 43% 11%
NBC/SurveyMonkey[41] 3,821 1.3% April 11–17, 2016 50% 43% 7%
NBC/Wall Street Journal[42] 339 5.3% April 10–14, 2016 50% 48% 2%
FOX News[43] 450 3.0% April 11–13, 2016 48% 46% 6%
Ipsos/Reuters[44] 849 2.7% April 9–13, 2016 42% 47% 11%
CBS News[45] 359 3.0% April 8–12, 2016 50% 44% 6%
YouGov/Economist[46] 684 2.8% April 8–11, 2016 49% 41% 10%
NBC/SurveyMonkey[47] 3,746 1.3% April 4–10, 2016 49% 43% 8%
Ipsos/Reuters[48] 781 2.9% April 2–6, 2016 38% 44% 18%
Morning Consult[49] 884 2% April 1–3, 2016 47% 39% 14%
Public Religion Research Institute/The Atlantic[50] 788 N/A March 30 – April 3, 2016 46% 47% 7%
NBC News/SurveyMonkey[51] 4,292 1.8% March 28 – April 3, 2016 51% 42% 7%
IBD/TIPP[52] 388 5.1% March 28 – April 2, 2016 45% 44% 11%
McClatchy/Marist[53] 497 4.4% March 29–31, 2016 47% 49% 4%
Ipsos/Reuters[54] 788 2.8% March 27–31, 2016 46% 43% 11%
YouGov/Economist[55] 651 2.8% March 26–29, 2016 53% 40% 7%
NBC/SurveyMonkey[56] 1,922 2.9% March 21–27, 2016 49% 43% 8%
Pew Research[57] 842 2.4% March 17–27, 2016 49% 43% 8%
Morning Consult[58] 2,071 2.0% March 24–26, 2016 50% 39% 11%
Public Policy Polling[59] 505 4.4% March 24–26, 2016 54% 36% 10%
Ipsos/Reuters[60] 788 2.8% March 19–23, 2016 42% 47% 12%
McLaughlin & Associates[61] 470 3.1% March 17–23, 2016 50.2% 38.3% 11.5%
Fox News[62] 410 5.0% March 20–22, 2016 55% 42% 3%
Bloomberg/Selzer & Co.[63] 311 5.6% March 19–22, 2016 48% 49% 3%
Morning Consult[64] 2,001 2% March 18–21, 2016 51% 39% 11%
Quinnipiac[65] 635 3.9% March 16–21, 2016 50% 38% 12%
CBS/NYT[66] 388 6% March 17–20, 2016 50% 45% 5%
CNN/ORC[67] 397 5.0% March 17–20, 2016 51% 44% 5%
Monmouth[68] 391 5.0% March 17–20, 2016 55% 37% 8%
NBC/SurveyMonkey[69] 11,600 1.4% March 14–20, 2016 53% 41% 6%
Morning Consult[70] 2,011 2.0% March 16–18, 2016 49% 40% 11%
Ipsos/Reuters[71] 832 2.7% March 12–16, 2016 44% 44% 12%
Morning Consult[72] 1842 2.0% March 11–13, 2016 48% 40% 12%
NBC/SurveyMonkey[73] 2,597 1.7% March 7–13, 2016 54% 41% 5%
YouGov[74] 400 2.9% March 10–12, 2016 52% 40% 8%
Ipsos/Reuters[75] 955 2.6% March 5–9, 2016 46% 39% 16%
Morning Consult[76] 960 2.0% March 4–6, 2016 52% 36% 12%
NBC News/Wall Street Journal[77] 410 4.8% March 3–6, 2016 53% 44% 3%
ABC News/Wash Post[78] 356 5.5% March 3–6, 2016 49% 42% 9%
NBC/SurveyMonkey[79] 6,245 1.1% February 29 – March 6, 2016 55% 38% 7%
Ipsos/Reuters[80] 839 4.3% February 27 – March 2, 2016 47% 40% 13%
NBC/SurveyMonkey[81] 8,702 1.7% February 22–28, 2016 51% 41% 9%
Rasmussen Reports[82] 541 4.5% February 22–28, 2016 53% 31% Other 9%
Undecided 6%
Morning Consult[83] 891 2.0% February 26–27, 2016 51% 35% 14%
CNN/ORC[84] 427 5.0% February 24–27, 2016 55% 38% 7%
YouGov[85] 535 2.9% February 24–27, 2016 55% 37% 8%
Morning Consult[86] 1,723 2% February 24–25, 2016 50% 35% 15%
NBC News / SurveyMonkey[87] 2,092 3% February 24–25, 2016 52% 41% 7%
Ipsos/Reuters[88] 753 4.4% February 20–24, 2016 42% 44% 14%
IBD/TIPP[89] 334 5.5% February 19–24, 2016 45% 43% 12%
NBC/SurveyMonkey[90] 3,338 1.8% February 15–21, 2016 51% 40% Others / Undecided 9%
McLaughlin & Associates[91] 1,000 3.1% February 17, 2016 42.5% 42.6% Undecided 14.9%
Fox News[92] 429 4.5% February 15–17, 2016 44% 47% Other 1%
None of the above 1%
Don't know 7%
Ipsos/Reuters[93] 737 4% February 13–17, 2016 45% 42% Wouldn’t vote 14%
Morning Consult[94] 829 2% February 15–16, 2016 47% 39% Someone else 5%
Undecided 9%
NBC News/Wall Street Journal[95] 400 4.9% February 14–16, 2016 53% 42% Not sure 4%
None 1%
CBS News[96] 549 5% February 12–16, 2016 47% 39% Don't know 10%
YouGov/Economist[97] 527 2.8% February 11–15, 2016 53% 39% Other 2%
No Preference 6%
Suffolk University/USA Today[98] 319 5.5% February 11–15, 2016 53% 40% Undecided 10%
Quinnipiac University[99] 563 4.1% February 10–15, 2016 44% 42% Wouldn't vote 2%
Don't know/NA 11%
NBC/SurveyMonkey[100] 3,847 1.8% February 8–14, 2016 50% 40% Don't know 8%
No answer 1%
Morning Consult[101] 811 3.4% February 10–11, 2016 46% 39% Other 8%
Undecided 7%
Ipsos/Reuters[102] 600 2.8% February 6–10, 2016 55% 43% Undecided 3%
Morning Consult[103] 1988 1% February 3–7, 2016 50% 37% Undecided 8%
NBC/SurveyMonkey[104] 3154 1.4% February 1–7, 2016 51% 39% Undecided 8%
No answer 1%
Ipsos/Reuters[105] 512 5% February 2–5, 2016 48% 45% Other 5%
Rasmussen Reports[106] 574 4.5% February 3–4, 2016 50% 32% Other 12%
Undecided 6%
Quinnipiac University[107] 484 4.5% February 2–4, 2016 44% 42% Other 1%
Wouldn't vote 2%
Don't know/NA 1%
Public Policy Polling[108] 517 4.3% February 2–3, 2016 53% 32% Undecided 14%
Morning Consult[109] 719 3.6% February 2–3, 2016 51% 35% Other 6%
Don't know/No opinion 8%
Poll source Sample
size
Margin
of error
Date(s)
administered
Hillary
Clinton
Martin
O'Malley
Bernie
Sanders
Others
Ipsos/Reuters[110] 704 4.2% January 30, 2016 – February 3, 2016 54% 2% 39% Wouldn't vote 5%
Morning Consult[111] 1928 2.2% January 29, 2016 – February 1, 2016 50% 5% 34% Other 5%
Don't know/No opinion 9%
NBC/SurveyMonkey[112] 3233 2.3% January 25–31, 2016 50% 2% 39% Don't know 8%
No answer 1%
YouGov/Economist[113] 531 2.9% January 27–30, 2016 52% 2% 40% N/A
Ipsos/Reuters[114] 231 7% January 25–29, 2016 58% 3% 38% Other 2%
IBD/TIPP[115] 378 5.1% January 22–27, 2016 50% 2% 38% Other / Undecided 10%
CNN / ORC[116] 440 4.5% January 21–24, 2016 52% 2% 38% Other 8%
Washington Post / ABC News[117] 406 5.5% January 21–24, 2016 55% 4% 36% Other 5%
Fox News[118] 375 5% January 18–21, 2016 49% 1% 37% Other 1%
None of the above 2%
Don't know 10%
Zogby[119] 373 N/A January 19–20, 2016 49% 10% 27% Undecided 14%
Ipsos/Reuters[120] 629 2.8% January 16–20, 2016 54% 4% 35% Wouldn't vote 7%
YouGov/Economist[121] 2000 2.9% January 15–19, 2016 50% 2% 41% N/A
Monmouth University[122] 352 5.4% January 15–18, 2016 52% 2% 37% Other 0%
No one 4%
Undecided 4%
NBC News/Wall Street Journal[123] 400 4.9% January 9–13, 2016 59% 2% 34% N/A
Gravis Marketing/One America News[124] 890 3.3% January 10, 2016 65% 9% 26% N/A
New York Times/CBS News[125] 389 6% January 7–10, 2016 48% 2% 41% None of them 3%
Don't know/No answer 6%
NBC/SurveyMonkey[126] 2619 2.4% January 4–10, 2016 52% 2% 37% Don't know 8%
No answer 1%
IBD/TIPP[127] 378 5.1% January 4–8, 2016 43% 2% 39% Other 6%
Undecided 9%
Refused 1%
Fox News[128] 360 5% January 4–7, 2016 54% 3% 39% Other 1%
None of the above 1%
Unsure 2%
Ipsos/Reuters[129] 709 4.2% January 2–6, 2016 58% 3% 30% Wouldn't Vote 9%
YouGov/Economist[130] 533 2.8% December 31, 2015 – January 6, 2016 54% 3% 37% No preference 4%
Other 1%
NBC/SurveyMonkey[131] 3,700 1.9% December 28, 2015 – January 3, 2016 53% 2% 36% Undecided 8%
No Answer 1%

Polls conducted in 2015[edit]

Polls in 2015
Poll source Sample
size
Margin
of error
Date(s)
administered
Hillary
Clinton
Martin
O'Malley
Bernie
Sanders
Others
Ipsos/Reuters[132] 825 2.5% December 26–30, 2015 57% 3% 32% Wouldn't Vote 8%
Ipsos/Reuters[133] 603 4.6% December 19–23, 2015 58% 4% 31% Wouldn't Vote 7%
Rasmussen Reports[134] 546 4.5% December 20–21, 2015 46% 9% 30% Other 9%
Undecided 7%
YouGov/Economist[135] 565 3.1% December 18–21, 2015 53% 2% 39% Other 1%
Undecided 4%
CNN/ORC[136] 414 5% December 17–21, 2015 50% 3% 34% Someone else 7%
None 4%
No opinion 1%
Emerson College Polling Society[137] 332 5.3% December 17–20, 2015 65% 2% 26% Other 3%
Undecided 4%
Qunnipiac University[138] 462 2.6% December 16–20, 2015 61% 2% 30% Wouldn't Vote 1%
Undecided 6%
Fox News[139] 390 3.0% December 16–17, 2015 56% 2% 34% None of the Above 2%
Other 1%
Undecided 4%
Public Policy Polling[140] 525 4.3% December 16–17, 2015 56% 9% 28% Undecided 7%
Ipos/Reuters[141] 760 4.0% December 12–16, 2015 58% 3% 29% Wouldn't Vote 10%
Morning Consult[142] 1790 2.0% December 11–15, 2015 52% 2% 27% Other 6%
Undecided 12%
Monmouth University[143] 374 5.1% December 10–13, 2015 59% 4% 26% Other 1%
Undecided 8%
No One 3%
ABC/Washington Post[144] 377 3.5% December 1–13, 2015 59% 5% 28% None 2%
Not Voting 2%
Other 1%
Undecided 4%
NBC News/Wall Street Journal[145] 849 3.36% December 6–9, 2015 56% 4% 37% None 2%
Not Sure 1%
Ipsos/Reuters[146] 573 4.7% December 5–9, 2015 56% 5% 30% Wouldn't Vote 9%
YouGov/Economist[147] 647 3.0% December 4–9, 2015 56% 2% 35% Other 2%
Undecided 5%
Gravis Marketing/One America News Network[148] 731 3.6% December 7–8, 2015 62% 9% 30%
CBS/New York Times[149] 384 6.0% December 4–8, 2015 52% 2% 32% None 5%
Don't Know/No Answer 9%
Morning Consult[150] 808 2.0% December 3–7, 2015 52% 2% 23% Other 9%
Undecided 14%
Public Religion Research Institute[151] 463 3.7% December 2–6, 2015 52% 4% 31% Other 1%
Undecided 13%
USA Today/Suffolk University[152] 363 3.0% December 2–6, 2015 56% 4% 26% Undecided 11%
IBD/TIPP[153] 345 5.4% November 30 – December 4, 2015 51% 1% 33% Undecided 8%
Ipsos/Reuters[154] 430 5.4% November 28 – December 2, 2015 51% 4% 36% Wouldn't Vote 10%
CNN/ORC[155] 1,020 3.0% November 27 – December 1, 2015 58% 2% 30% Someone else 7%
None/No one 2%
No opinion 1%
Quinnipiac
University[156]
573 4.1% November 23–30, 2015 60% 2% 30% Someone else 1%
Wouldn't vote 1%
Don't know 6%
Ipsos/Reuters[157] 362 5.9% November 21–25, 2015 58% 6% 30% Wouldn't Vote 8%
Gravis Marketing/One America News[158] 528 3.0% November 23, 2015 59% 8% 32%
YouGov/Economist[159] 764 3.1% November 19–23, 2015 54% 4% 34% Other 2%
Undecided 5%
ABC News/Washington Post[160] 352 6.0% November 16–19, 2015 60% 3% 34% None 1%
Other 1%
Undecided 1%
FOX News[161] 1016 3.0% November 16–19, 2015 55% 3% 32% None of the above 5%
Undecided 5%
Ipsos/Reuters[162] 1275 3.9% November 14–18, 2015 52% 4% 31% Wouldn't Vote 13%
Public Policy Polling[163] 538 2.7% November 16–17, 2015 59% 7% 26% Undecided 8%
Bloomberg/Selzer[164] 385 3.1% November 15–17, 2015 55% 3% 30% Undecided 8%
NBC News/SurveyMonkey[165] 5,755 3.1% November 15–17, 2015 49% 1% 33% Someone else 4%
Wouldn't vote/Don't know 11%
No answer 1%
Rasmussen Reports[166] 506 4.5% November 15–16, 2015 50% 6% 29%
Morning Consult[167] 874 2% November 13–16, 2015 57% 2% 26% Undecided 9%
Public Policy Polling[168] 510 4.3% November 12–14, 2015 67% 4% 25% Not sure 5%
YouGov/UMass[169] 381 6% November 5–13, 2015 63% 6% 29% Other 2%
Ipsos/Reuters[170] 609 2.8% November 7–11, 2015 51% 3% 35% Undecided 10%
Public Religion Research Institute[171] 304 3.7% November 6–10, 2015 64% 2% 25% Other 1%
Undecided 7%
CBS News/Times[172] 418 6.0% November 6–10, 2015 52% 5% 33%
YouGov/Economist[173] 658 3.0% November 5–9, 2015 59% 2% 31% Other 2%
Undecided 6%
Harvard Institute of Politics[174] 751 2.8 October 30 – November 9, 2015 35% <1% 41% Don't know 22%
Morning Consult[175] 1739 2.0% November 5–8, 2015 54% 3% 28% Other 7%
Undecided 8%
Ipsos/Reuters[176] 629 4.5% October 31 – November 4, 2015 57% 6% 28% Wouldn't vote 9%
McClatchy/Marist[177] 511 4.3% October 29 – November 4, 2015 57% 4% 35% Undecided 4%
Fox News[178] 505 3.0% November 1–3, 2015 56% 2% 31% Other 2%
None 4%
Don't Know 4%
Poll source Sample
size
Margin
of error
Date(s)
administered
Hillary
Clinton
Lawrence
Lessig
Martin
O'Malley
Bernie
Sanders
Others
UCS/LA Times/SurveyMonkey[179] 1242 3.0% October 29 – November 3, 2015 48% 1% 2% 28% Other 3%
Undecided 19%
Quinnipiac
University[180]
480 4.5% October 29 – November 2, 2015 53% 1% 0% 35% Wouldn't vote 2%
Don't know 9%
Morning Consult[181] 1015 2.0% October 29 – November 1, 2015 56% 2% 26% Other 7%
Undecided 10%
NBC News/Wall Street Journal[182] 400 4.9% October 25–29, 2015 62% 3% 31% Other 1%
Undecided 2%
Investor's Business Daily/TIPP[183] 356 5.3% October 24–29, 2015 48% 2% 33% Someone else 7%
Unsure 8%
Refused 2%
NBC/SurveyMonkey[184] 1226 3.7% October 27–29, 2015 50% 1% 1% 30% Someone else 5%
Wouldn't vote/Don't know 12%
No answer 1%
Ipsos/Reuters[185] 676 2.7% October 24–28, 2015 53% 2% 33% Wouldn't vote 12%
YouGov/Economist[186] 2000 3% October 23–27, 2015 61% 1% 2% 29% Other 1%
No preference 6%
Gravis Marketing/One America News[187] 1037 3% October 27, 2015 58.2% 3.1% 15.6% Undecided 23.5%
Morning Consult[188] 688 2% October 22–25, 2015 53% 5% 26% Someone else 6%
Undecided 10%
Poll source Sample
size
Margin
of error
Date(s)
administered
Joe
Biden
Lincoln
Chafee
Hillary
Clinton
Lawrence
Lessig
Martin
O'Malley
Bernie
Sanders
Jim
Webb
Others
Ipsos/Reuters[189] 895 3.8% October 17–21, 2015 16% 1% 45% 1% 29% Undecided 9%
Morning Consult[190] 895 2.0% October 15–19, 2015 1% 56% 1% 24% 1% Other 6%
Undecided 12%
ABC News/Washington Post[191] 444 3.5% October 15–18, 2015 16% 0% 54% 1% 23% 1% None 2%
Not Voting 1%
Other 1
Undecided 1%
Monmouth University[192] 340 5.3% October 15–18, 2015 17% < 1% 48% 1% < 1% 21% 1% Other 0%
No one 3%
Undecided 9%
NBC News/Wall Street Journal[193] 400 3.9% October 15–18, 2015 15% 0% 49% 1% 29% 2% None 2%
Undecided 2%
Other 0%
Emerson College Polling Society[194] 390 3.4% October 16–17, 2015 0% 68% 3% 20% 1% Other 2%
Undecided 6%
CNN/ORC[195] 1024 3% October 14–17, 2015 18% < 1% 45% < 1% < 1% 29% 1% Someone else 2%
No-one 2%
No answer 2%
NBC/SurveyMonkey[196] 1857 3.2% October 13–15, 2015 10% 0% 45% 0% 1% 31% 1% Someone else 2%
Wouldn't Vote 9%
No answer 1%
Gravis Marketing/One America News[197] 760 3.6% October 14, 2015 8% 42% 5% 34% 12%
Ipsos/Reuters[198] 530 3.0% October 10–14, 2015 16% 1% 51% 2% 24% Wouldn't Vote 6%
Fox News[199] 353 October 10–12, 2015 19% 0% 45% < 1% 1% 25% < 1% Don't Know 5%
YouGov/Economist[200] 633 2.8% October 8–12, 2015 20% 1% 48% 1% 2% 23% 0% No preference 6%
Morning Consult[201] 862 2% October 8–10, 2015 1% 54% 1% 22% 1% Don't Know 15%
Reuters/Ipsos[202] 624 4.5% October 9, 2015 20% < 3% 41% < 3% 28% < 3% Wouldn't Vote 8%
CBS News[203] 343 6% October 4–8, 2015 16% < 0.5% 46% < 0.5% < 0.5% 27% 2% Don't Know 5%
1% 56% < 0.5% 1% 32% 2% Don't Know 4%
Fairleigh Dickinson University[204] 339 5.3% October 1–5, 2015 17% < 1% 45% < 1% 1% 23% 1% Other 1%
Wouldn't Vote 3%
Don't Know 7%
Public Policy Polling[205] 551 4.2% October 1–4, 2015 20% 1% 42% 0% 1% 24% 2% Not Sure 9%
Google Consumer Surveys/IJ[206] 1004 2% September 30 – October 3, 2015 14.8% 1.3% 37.6% 1.3% 38.4% 1.3% Elizabeth Warren 5.3%
IBD/TIPP[207] 344 5% September 26 – October 1, 2015 22% 42% 18%
Centre College[208] 229 6.3% September 24 – October 1, 2015 17.8% 1.4% 31.3% 1.4% 30.4% 0.8% Don't know 16.9%
USA Today/Suffolk[209] 430 5% September 24–28, 2015 20% 1% 41% < 1% 0% 23% < 1% Other < 1%
Undecided 14%
Pew Research Center[210] 387 5.7% September 22–27, 2015 8% 45% 24% Other 2%
Don't Know 21%
NBC/WSJ[211] 256 6.1% September 20–24, 2015 17% 0% 42% 0% 35% 1% None 1%
Other 4%
0% 53% 1% 38% 1% None 2%
Not sure 4%
Other 1%
Reuters/Ipsos[212] 618 4.5% September 19–23, 2015 15% 0% 40% 2% 30% 0% Andrew Cuomo 2%
Kirsten Gillibrand 1%
Wouldn't vote 10%
Fox News[213] 381 5% September 20–22, 2015 18% 0% 44% < 1% 2% 30% 1% None of the above 2%
Don't know 3%
Bloomberg/Selzer[214] 375 5.1% September 18–21, 2015 25% 0% 33% 1% 24% 2% Other 8%
Undecided 7%
Quinnipiac[215] 587 4% September 17–21, 2015 18% 0% 43% 0% 0% 25% 0% Someone else 2%
Wouldn't vote 2%
Don't know 10%
Morning Consult[216] 955 ?% September 18–20, 2015 1% 49% 2% 28% 1% Undecided 13%
Zogby Analytics[217] 515 4.3% September 18–19, 2015 52% 3% 24% 2% Undecided 19%
CNN/ORC[218] 392 5% September 17–19, 2015 22% 0% 42% 1% 24% 0% Someone else 2%
No one 4%
No opinion 2%
NBC/SurveyMonkey[219] 1774 3.2% September 16–18, 2015 15% < 1% 41% < 1% 1% 29% 1% Other 3%
Undecided 9%
Reuters/Ipsos[220] 642 4.4% September 12–16, 2015 18% 0% 46% 0% 25% 1% Andrew Cuomo 1%
Kirsten Gillibrand 1%
Wouldn't vote 8%
YouGov/Economist[221] 651 ?% September 11–15, 2015 19% 1% 45% 1% 26% 1% Undecided 6%
Other 1%
Morning Consult[221] 955 ?% September 11–13, 2015 0% 54% 2% 24% 2% Don't know/No opinion 12%
Someone else 6%
CBS News/New York Times[222] 351[223] 6% September 9–13, 2015 15% 1% 47% 0% 27% 1% Don't know 7%
Reuters/Ipsos[224] 668 4.4% September 7–11, 2015 16% 1% 39% 2% 31% 0% Andrew Cuomo 2%
Kirsten Gillibrand 1%
Wouldn't vote 9%
ABC News/Washington Post[225] 356 ?% September 7–10, 2015 21% 1% 42% 2% 24% 1% None of these 5%
No opinion 3%
Would not vote 1%
Other 1%
Reuters/Ipsos[226] 625 4.4% September 5–9, 2015 14% 1% 42% 3% 28% Andrew Cuomo 2%
Wouldn't vote 10%
Emerson College Polling[227] 392 4.9% September 5–8, 2015 21% 48% 1% 21% 1% Undecided 7%
Other 2%
CNN/ORC[228] 259 5% September 4–8, 2015 20% 37% 3% 27% 2% No one 4%
No opinion 1%
Monmouth University[229] 339 5.3% August 31 – September 2, 2015 22% 0% 42% 1% 20% 1% Other 0%
No one 4%
Undecided 10%
Public Policy Polling[230] 545 4.2% August 28–30, 2015 1% 55% 1% 4% 20% 3% Undecided 15%
Morning Consult[231] 913 ? August 28–30, 2015 1% 52% 1% 23% 2% Other 8%
Undecided 14%
Rasmussen Reports[232] 536 4% August 23–24, 2015 2% 50% 2% 24% 2% Other 10%
Undecided 10%
Reuters/Ipsos[233] 356 5.9% August 15–19, 2015 12% 1% 47% 1% 23% 1% Andrew Cuomo 4%
Kirsten Gillibrand 1%
Wouldn't vote 11%
17% 48% 29% Wouldn't vote 6%
Morning Consult[234] 884 3.3% August 14–16, 2015 1% 50% 3% 24% 1% Other/Don't Know 21%
CNN/ORC[235] 358 5.0% August 13–16, 2015 14% 0% 47% 2% 29% 1% Someone else 4%
None/No one 3%
No opinion 0%
Fox News[236] 401 4.5% August 11–13, 2015 10% 0% 49% 1% 30% 1% Other 1%
None of the above 3%
Don't know 4%
Morning Consult[237] 896 ? August 7–9, 2015 1% 56% 4% 19% 2% Other 6%
Undecided 12%
Reuters/Ipsos[238] 404 5.5% August 1–5, 2015 14% 1% 52% 1% 17% 1% Andrew Cuomo 3%
Kirsten Gillibrand 0%
Wouldn't vote 11%
Zogby (Internet)/ University of Akron[239] 459 4.7% August 3–4, 2015 21% 48% 3% 15% 2% Undecided 10%
Economist/YouGov[240] 499 4% July 31 – August 4, 2015 13% 1% 51% 1% 21% 2% No preference 10%
Morning Consult[241] 860 ? July 31 – August 3, 2015 1% 60% 2% 16% 2% Other 6%
Undecided 13%
Fox News[242] 499 4% July 30 – August 2, 2015 13% 1% 51% 1% 22% 1% Other 1%
None of the above 3%
Don't know 6%
Monmouth University[243] 429 4.7% July 30 – August 2, 2015 12% 0% 52% 2% 16% 2% Other 2%
No one 3%
Undecided 11%
CBS News[244] 362 5.3% July 29 – August 2, 2015 11% 1% 58% 1% 17% 2% None of them 4%
Don't know/No answer 7%
NBC/WSJ[245] 253 6.16% July 26–30, 2015 1% 59% 3% 25% 3% Other 1%
None 4%
Not sure 4%
Gravis Marketing/One America News[246] 803 2.5% July 29, 2015 8% 2% 55% 3% 18% 5% Elizabeth Warren 9%
Emerson College Polling[247] 481 4.4% July 26–28, 2015 9% 1% 54% 2% 33% 1% Other 1%
Reuters/Ipsos[248] 505 4.9% July 25–29, 2015 12% 0% 58% 1% 15% 1% Andrew Cuomo 3%
Kirsten Gillibrand 1%
Wouldn't vote 9%
Quinnipiac[249] 681 3.8% July 23–28, 2015 13% 0% 55% 1% 17% 1% Someone else 1%
Wouldn't vote 1%
DK/NA 11%
CNN/ORC[250] 392 5.0% July 22–25, 2015 15% 0% 56% 0% 19% 1% Someone else 4%
None/No one 3%
No opinion 1%
Reuters/Ipsos[251] 406 5.5% July 18–22, 2015 10% 2% 51% 1% 18% 5% Andrew Cuomo 5%
Kirsten Gillibrand 1%
Wouldn't vote 8%
Public Policy Polling[252] 496 4.4% July 20–21, 2015 3% 57% 2% 22% 5% Not sure 12%
ABC News/Washington Post[253] 357 4.0% July 16–19, 2015 12% 0% 63% 1% 14% 2% Other 2%
None of these 3%
Would not vote 1%
No opinion 2%
Fox News[254] 382 July 13–15, 2015 8% 1% 59% 1% 19% 1% Other 1%
None of the above 4%
Don't know 5%
Reuters/Ipsos[255] 381 5.7% July 11–15, 2015 10% 1% 51% 2% 16% 3% Andrew Cuomo 4%
Kirsten Gillibrand 2%
Wouldn't vote 12%
USA Today/Suffolk[256] 434 ? July 9–12, 2015 8% 0% 59% 0% 14% 2%
Monmouth University[257] 357 5.2% July 9–12, 2015 13% 0% 51% 1% 17% 1% Other 0%
No one 2%
Undecided 15%
Reuters/Ipsos[258] 504 5.1% July 4–8, 2015 8% 1% 52% 3% 21% 1% Andrew Cuomo 3%
Kirsten Gillibrand 3%
Wouldn't vote 8%
The Economist/
YouGov[259]
309 July 4–6, 2015 8% 0% 55% 0% 24% 1% Other 4%
No preference 8%
64% 29% Not sure 4%
I would not vote 3%
Reuters/Ipsos[260] 540 4.8% June 27 – July 1, 2015 11% 3% 49% 1% 20% 2% Andrew Cuomo 4%
Kirsten Gillibrand 2%
Wouldn't vote 8%
The Economist/
YouGov[261]
348 June 27–29, 2015 9% 0% 59% 2% 19% 1% Other 1%
No preference 9%
CNN/ORC[262] 490 4.5% June 26–28, 2015 16% 0% 57% 1% 14% 2% Someone else 4%
None/No one 5%
No opinion 1%
Fox News[263] 375 June 21–23, 2015 11% 0% 61% 1% 15% 2% Andrew Cuomo 3%
Other 1%
None of the above 2%
Don't know 5%
Fairleigh Dickinson University[264] 345 5.5% June 15–21, 2015 0% 63% 3% 15% Other 1%
Wouldn't Vote 3%
Don't Know 14%
NBC News/Wall Street Journal[265] 247 6.24% June 14–18, 2015 0% 75% 2% 15% 4% Other 1%
None 2%
Not Sure 1%
Public Policy Polling[266] 471 4.5% June 11–14, 2015 4% 65% 5% 9% 4% Not Sure 12%
Monmouth University[267] 350 5.2% June 11–14, 2015 12% 0% 57% 1% 12% 2% Other 0%
No one 2%
Undecided 14%
Reuters/Ipsos[268] 1628 ± 2.8% Jun 6–10, 2015 13% 2% 49% 4% 16% 2% Andrew Cuomo 3%
Kirsten Gillibrand 2%
Wouldn't vote 10%
19% 53% 22% Wouldn't vote 7%
Fox News[269] 1006 ? May 31 – June 2, 2015 8% 1% 57% 4% 11% 2% Elizabeth Warren 7%
Andrew Cuomo 1%
Other 1%
None of the above 2%
Don't know 6%
CNN/ORC[270] 433 ± 4.5% May 29–31, 2015 14% 0% 60% 3% 10% 1% Someone else 7%
None/No one 5%
No Opinion 1%
ABC/Washington Post[271] 1001 ± 3.6% May 28–31, 2015 14% 1% 62% 2% 10% 2% Other 2%
None of these 3%
Would not vote 1%
No Opinion 2%
Quinnipiac University[272] 748 ± 3.6% May 19–26, 2015 9% 1% 57% 1% 15% 1% Someone else 1%
Wouldn't vote 2%
Don't know 14%
Fox News[273] 370 ± 5% May 9–12, 2015 6% 0% 63% 0% 6% 2% Elizabeth Warren 13%
Andrew Cuomo 2%
Other 1%
None of the above 2%
Don't know 6%
The Economist/
YouGov[274]
314 ± 4.6% May 9–11, 2015 7% 64% 0% 16% 1% Other 4%
No preference 8%
71% 19% Not Sure 7%
I would not vote 2%
Public Policy Polling[275] 600 ± 4% May 7–10, 2015 5% 63% 2% 13% 6% Not sure 11%
The Economist/
YouGov[276]
329 ± 4.2% May 2–4, 2015 13% 58% 2% 17% 0% Other 2%
No preference 8%
68% 20% Not Sure 10%
I would not vote 2%
The Economist/
YouGov[277]
329 ± 4.1% April 25–27, 2015 7% 59% 2% 10% 1% Other 7%
No preference 15%
Fox News[278] 388 ± 5% April 19–21, 2015 9% 0% 62% 1% 4% 0% Elizabeth Warren 12%
Andrew Cuomo 3%
Other 0%
None of the above 4%
Undecided 5%
36% 1% 4% 4% 1% Elizabeth Warren 24%
Andrew Cuomo 7%
Other 0%
None of the above 13%
Undecided 11%
Quinnipiac University[279] 469 ± 4.1% April 16–21, 2015 10% 0% 60% 3% 8% 1% Other 0%
Wouldn't vote 3%
Undecided 14%
40% 1% 8% 11% 4% Other 1%
Wouldn't vote 5%
Undecided 30%
CNN/ORC[280] 458 ± 4.5% April 16–19, 2015 11% 1% 69% 1% 5% 3% Other 5%
None/No one 3%
No opinion 2%
Poll source Sample
size
Margin
of error
Date(s)
administered
Joe
Biden
Hillary
Clinton
Andrew
Cuomo
Martin
O'Malley
Bernie
Sanders
Elizabeth
Warren
Jim
Webb
Others
Monmouth University[281] 356 ± 5.2% March 30 –
April 2, 2015
16% 60% 2% 7% 1% Other 0%
No one 2%
Undecided 12%
34% 4% 4% 8% 18% 3% Cory Booker, Deval Patrick 3%
Kirsten Gillibrand 2%
Joe Manchin, Terry McAuliffe 1%
Brian Schweitzer 0%
Other 0%
No one 1%
Undecided 18%
Fox News[282] 397 ± 5% March 29–31, 2015 12% 61% 3% 2% 3% 11% 1% Other 1%
None of the above 3%
Don't know 3%
42% 9% 4% 3% 22% 3% Other 1%
None of the above 8%
Don't know 8%
Public Policy Polling[283] 449 ± 4.6% March 26–31, 2015 7% 54% 3% 6% 14% 2% Other/Undecided 13%
ABC News/Washington Post[284] ? ± 6% March 26–29, 2015 12% 66% < 0.5% 5% 12% 1% Other/
None of these/
Wouldn't vote/
No opinion 3.5%
CNN/ORC[285] 466 ± 4.5% March 13–15, 2015 15% 62% 1% 3% 10% 1% Other 6%
None/No one 2%
No opinion 1%
16% 67% 1% 5% 1% Other 6%
None/No one 2%
No opinion 1%
Rasmussen Reports[286] ? ± ? March 8–9, 2015 30% 2% 7% 31% 6% Undecided 13%
McClatchy-Marist[287] 462 ± 4.6% March 1–4, 2015 13% 60% 1% 5% 12% 1% Undecided 9%
Quinnipiac University[288] 493 ± 4.4% February 26 –
March 2, 2015
10% 56% 0% 4% 14% 1% Other 1%
Wouldn't vote 1%
Undecided 14%
35% 1% 7% 25% 3% Other 1%
Wouldn't vote 2%
Undecided 25%
Public Policy Polling[289] 310 ± 5.6% February 20–22, 2015 16% 54% 1% 5% 12% 2% Other/Undecided 10%
CNN/ORC[290] 475 ± 4.5% February 12–15, 2015 15% 60% 1% 3% 12% 2% Other 4%
None/No one 2%
No opinion 1%
Fox News[291] 390 ± 5% January 25–27, 2015 17% 55% 4% 2% 3% 12% 1% Other 0%
None of the above 2%
Undecided 3%
37% 14% 4% 5% 21% 1% Other 0%
None of the above 10%
Undecided 7%
Public Policy Polling[292] 386 ± 5% January 22–25, 2015 15% 60% 1% 2% 10% 1% Other/Undecided 11%
Rasmussen Reports 648 ± 4% January 18–19, 2015 6% 59% 2% 4% 12% 3% Other 5%
Undecided 9%
The Economist/
YouGov
353 ± ? January 10–12, 2015 7% 61% 0% 3% 17% 2% Brian Schweitzer 1%
Other 0%
No preference 9%

Polls conducted in 2014[edit]

Polls in 2014
Poll source Sample
size
Margin
of error
Date(s)
administered
Joe
Biden
Hillary
Clinton
Andrew
Cuomo
Martin
O'Malley
Bernie
Sanders
Elizabeth
Warren
Jim
Webb
Others
CNN/ORC 469 ± 4.5% December 18–21, 2014 8% 66% 1% 1% 3% 9% 1% Deval Patrick 0%
Other 6%
None/No one 2%
No opinion 2%
ABC News/Washington Post 346 ± 6% December 11–14, 2014 14% 61% 0% 4% 13% 3% None of these 1%
Wouldn't vote 1%
No opinion 2%
Monmouth University 386 ± 5% December 10–14, 2014 2% 48% 1% 2% 6% Other 1%
No-one/No Democrat 7%
Undecided 32%
Fox News 409 ± 5% December 7–9, 2014 10% 62% 2% 1% 3% 12% 1% None of the above 5%
Undecided 5%
McClatchy-Marist 429 ± 4.7% December 3–9, 2014 11% 62% 1% 4% 9% 1% Undecided 11%
CNN/ORC 457 ± 4.5% November 21–23, 2014 9% 65% 1% 0% 5% 10% 1% Deval Patrick 1%
Other 4%
None/No one 3%
No opinion 1%
41% 7% 4% 7% 20% 3% Deval Patrick 2%
Other 5%
None/No one 8%
No opinion 4%
Quinnipiac University 610 ± 4% November 18–23, 2014 9% 57% 1% 4% 13% 1% Other 1%
Wouldn't vote 1%
Undecided 14%
34% 2% 6% 25% 2% Other 2%
Wouldn't vote 1%
Undecided 28%
Rasmussen Reports ? ± ? November 20–21, 2014 7% 62% 2% 17% 2% Other/Undecided 10%
ABC News/Washington Post ? ± ? October 9–12, 2014 13% 64% 1% 1% 11% 2% None of these 3%
No opinion 5%
McClatchy-Marist 408 ± 4.9% September 24–29, 2014 15% 64% 2% 4% 8% 1% Undecided 6%
Fox News 438 ± 4.5% July 20–22, 2014 12% 64% 5% 1% 9% Other 0%
None of the above 4%
Don't know 4%
CNN/ORC 449 ± 4.5% July 18–20, 2014 8% 67% 4% 2% 10% Other 6%
None/No one 2%
No opinion 1%
Quinnipiac 610 ± 4% June 24–30, 2014 9% 58% 4% 1% 11% Brian Schweitzer 1%
Other 1%
Wouldn't vote 1%
Don't know 15%
Saint Leo University 286 ± ? May 28 – June 4, 2014 8% 61% 4% 1% 0% 5% Cory Booker,
Kirsten Gillibrand,
John Hickenlooper,
Deval Patrick 2%
Mark Warner 1%
Amy Klobuchar,
Brian Schweitzer 0%
Other 3%
Don't know/Not sure 9%
ABC News/Washington Post 380 ± 6% May 29 – June 1, 2014 12% 69% 2% 2% 2% 7% 1% Brian Schweitzer 1%
Other 0%
None of these 2%
No opinion 2%
CNN/ORC 481 ± 4.5% May 29 – June 1, 2014 63% More conservative Democrat 20%
More liberal Democrat 11%
No opinion 6%
CNN/ORC 466 ± 4.5% May 2–4, 2014 64% More conservative Democrat 19%
More liberal Democrat 13%
No opinion 5%
Fox News 395 ± 5% April 13–15, 2014 14% 69% 2% 1% 6% None of the above 4%
Don't know 3%
Poll source Sample
size
Margin
of error
Date(s)
administered
Joe
Biden
Cory
Booker
Hillary
Clinton
Andrew
Cuomo
Kirsten
Gillibrand
Martin
O'Malley
Brian
Schweitzer
Mark
Warner
Elizabeth
Warren
Others
CNN/ORC 801 ± 5% March 7–9, 2014 13% 64% 4% 4% 3% Other 6%
None/No one 5%
No opinion 1%
Public Policy Polling 429 ± 4.7% March 6–9, 2014 11% 3% 66% 3% 1% 2% 1% 0% 5% Other/Not Sure 7%
37% 5% 10% 4% 3% 1% 1% 12% Other/Not Sure 27%
12% 19% 6% 4% 1% 3% 19% Other/Not Sure 37%
CNN/ORC 334 ± 5.4% January 31 – February 2, 2014 70% More conservative Democrat 15%
More liberal Democrat 10%
No opinion 5%
Public Policy Polling 334 ± 5.4% January 23–26, 2014 7% 2% 67% 2% 1% 1% 1% 1% 7% Other/Not Sure 10%
32% 7% 7% 3% 1% 2% 2% 16% Other/Not Sure 31%
11% 13% 4% 2% 3% 1% 24% Other/Not Sure 43%
Washington Post-ABC News 455 ± 3% January 20–23, 2014 12% 73% 8% Other 1%
None/no one 2%
No opinion 3%
Quinnipiac 803 ± 3.5% January 15–19, 2014 8% 65% 3% 1% 1% 7% Howard Dean 2%
Other 1%
Don't know 13%

Polls conducted in 2013[edit]

Polls in 2013
Poll source Sample
size
Margin
of error
Date(s)
administered
Joe
Biden
Cory
Booker
Hillary
Clinton
Andrew
Cuomo
Kirsten
Gillibrand
Martin
O'Malley
Brian
Schweitzer
Mark
Warner
Elizabeth
Warren
Others
Fox News 412 ± 5% December 14–16, 2013 12% 68% 4% 1% 7% Deval Patrick 1%
None of the above 2%
Don't know 6%
Public Policy Polling 453 ± ?% December 12–15, 2013 10% 2% 66% 2% 2% 1% 6% Howard Dean 2%
John Kerry 2%
Other/Not Sure 7%
35% 7% 7% 4% 1% 13% John Kerry 13%
Howard Dean 4%
Other/Not Sure 16%
13% 14% 7% 2% 24% Other/Not Sure 40%
Farleigh Dickinson University 412 ± ?% December 9–15, 2013 5% 63% 1% 9% Other 11%
Don't know 11%
Quinnipiac 1095 ± 3% December 3–9, 2013 8% 66% 3% 0% 1% 7% Howard Dean 1%
Other 1%
Wouldn't vote 1%
Don't know 12%
McClatchy-Marist 466 ± 4.5% December 3–5, 2013 12% 65% 3% 1% 9% Undecided 9%
45% 11% 4% 25% Undecided 15%
CNN/ORC 374 ± 5% November 18–20, 2013 12% 63% 5% 2% 7% Other 6%
None/No one 3%
No opinion 3%
43% 15% 6% 17% Other 8%
None/No one 7%
No opinion 4%
NBC News 428 ± 5.5% November 7–10, 2013 66% Another Democrat 14%
Wouldn't vote 2%
Don't know 18%
Rasmussen ? ± ? November 7–8, 2013 10% 70% 3% Don't know 17%
Public Policy Polling 400 ± 4.9% October 29–31, 2013 12% 1% 67% 2% 0% 2% 0% 1% 4% Other/Not Sure 12%
27% 6% 6% 4% 3% 1% 1% 19% Other/Not Sure 33%
14% 13% 3% 4% 1% 2% 23% Other/Not Sure 39%
Quinnipiac September 23–29, 2013 11% 61% 2% 0% 1% 7% Don't know 17%
Rasmussen ± ?% September 16–17, 2013 11% 77% Other 6%
Undecided 6%
CNN/ORC 448 ± 4.5% September 6–8, 2013 10% 65% 6% 2% 7% Other 4%
None/No one 5%
No opinion 2%
Rasmussen 1000 ± 3% August 1–2, 2013 12% 5% 63% < 5% Deval Patrick < 5%
Antonio Villaraigosa < 5%
Unsure ~5%
Public Policy Polling 418 ± 4.7% July 19–21, 2013 12% 3% 52% 2% 5% 1% 2% 1% 6% Other/Not Sure 17%
34% 4% 10% 3% 3% 2% 2% 13% Other/Not Sure 29%
8% 11% 5% 2% 4% 3% 20% Other/Not Sure 47%
McClatchy-Marist 426 ± 4.7% July 15–18, 2013 13% 63% 6% 1% Unsure 18%
Poll source Sample
size
Margin
of error
Date(s)
administered
Joe
Biden
Hillary
Clinton
Andrew
Cuomo
Kirsten
Gillibrand
Martin
O'Malley
Deval
Patrick
Brian
Schweitzer
Mark
Warner
Elizabeth
Warren
Others
Public Policy Polling 589 ± 4% May 6–9, 2013 13% 63% 4% 1% 2% 1% 1% 3% 3% Other/Not Sure 10%
38% 13% 2% 3% 3% 1% 3% 10% Other/Not Sure 26%
25% 5% 5% 6% 1% 4% 17% Other/Not Sure 38%
Quinnipiac 650 ± 3.8% April 25–29, 2013 13% 65% 4% 1% 1% 1% Other 1%
Not sure 14%
45% 15% 3% 6% 2% Other 1%
Not sure 28%
Farleigh Dickinson University 373 ± 5.1% April 22–28, 2013 12% 63% 3% Other 12%
Not sure 11%
Public Policy Polling 666 ± 3.8% March 27–30, 2013 18% 64% 3% 1% 1% 1% 1% 2% 5% Other/Not Sure 6%
49% 10% 7% 1% 2% 2% 3% 11% Other/Not Sure 15%
22% 5% 8% 4% 1% 5% 18% Other/Not Sure 36%
Public Policy Polling 416 ± 4.8% January 31 –
February 3, 2013
19% 58% 3% 1% 1% 0% 0% 1% 8% Other/Not Sure 9%
57% 5% 4% 1% 2% 0% 3% 13% Other/Not Sure 14%
25% 3% 5% 3% 2% 4% 21% Other/Not Sure 36%
Public Policy Polling 400 ± 4.9% January 3–6, 2013 16% 57% 4% 1% 3% 2% 1% 2% 4% Other/Not Sure 10%
19% 5% 7% 6% 2% 4% 16% Other/Not Sure 40%

See also[edit]

General election polling
Democratic primary polling
Republican primary polling

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