Missouri Election Poll: Trump or Biden, Missouri Governor approval
KOAM is partnering with Gray TV in Missouri for a series of polls on a variety of topics ahead of the primary elections. The partnership gives KOAM the rights to exclusively share the poll results with viewers in our local 4-State market.
You can find a summary and full results of the SurveyUSA Election poll below.
Show Me Deja Vu All Over Again As Trump/Biden Do-Over Sees Same Result In Missouri – Unchanged, as are Approval Ratings, Since May:
Two months ago, SurveyUSA asked registered voters across Missouri how they would vote if Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Joe Biden ran against each other in the 2024 Presidential contest. The answer? As it was when voters went to the polls in 2020, it was Trump by 15.
Today, the answer is almost exactly the same: Trump by 16. SurveyUSA’s exclusive interactive tracking graph allows exploration of the offsetting changes by demographic subgroup.
SurveyUSA also is tracking job approval ratings on President Joe Biden, Governor Mike Parson, and United States Senator Josh Hawley. Subtracting disapproval from approval yields a Net Approval rating, and each is down slightly since May:
- President Biden slides 3 points, from Minus 29 in May to Minus 32.
- Governor Parson remains in positive territory but slides 4 points, from Plus 8 to Plus 4.
- Senator Hawley slides 3 points, from Minus 2 two months ago to Minus 5 today.
Full results follow … About the Poll / Filtering: SurveyUSA interviewed 2,400 Missouri adults online 07/24/22 through 07/27/22, using sample provided by Lucid Holdings LLC of New Orleans. Of the adults, 1,981 were identified as being registered to vote and were asked the questions which follow. The pool of adult survey respondents was weighted to US Census targets for gender, age, race, education, and home ownership.
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