Today, Daily Kos announced findings from statewide surveys of likely voters in Colorado, North Carolina, and Virginia conducted Oct. 11-14, 2020.
In Colorado, Joe Biden leads Donald Trump 54%-42%, and John Hickenlooper leads incumbent GOP Sen. Cory Gardner 53%-42%.
In North Carolina, Biden leads Trump 51%-46%, Cal Cunningham leads incumbent GOP U.S. Sen. Thom Tillis 51%-45%, and incumbent Democratic Gov. Roy Cooper leads Dan Forest 53%-46%.
In Virginia, Biden leads Trump 55%-42%, and incumbent Democratic Sen. Mark Warner leads Daniel Gade 54%-43%.
The surveys also provide new data on key state ballot questions in Virginia and Colorado.
- Virginians support Question 1, the Redistricting Commission Amendment, 48%-30%, with 22% undecided.
- Coloradans support Proposition 113, which would uphold a law joining the state to the National Popular Vote Interstate Compact, 47%-45%.
- Coloradans oppose Proposition 115, which would prohibit abortions after a fetus reaches 22 weeks, 51%-42%.
- Coloradans support Proposition 116, which would decrease the state income tax, 51%-35%.
“These new Daily Kos/Civiqs polls are full of exciting news for Democrats,” said Carolyn Fiddler, communications director for Daily Kos. “Democrats are poised to not only flip North Carolina back to the Democratic presidential column, but also to pick up crucial U.S. Senate seats next month. This data fortifies North Carolina’s status as a top-tier presidential and U.S. Senate battleground and provides more evidence of Democrats’ continued strength in Colorado and Virginia.”
The Colorado poll surveyed 1,013 likely voters, the North Carolina poll surveyed 1,211 likely voters, and the Virginia poll surveyed 1,231 likely voters.
Civiqs is an award-winning survey research firm that conducts scientific public opinion polls on the Internet through its nationally representative online survey panel. Founded in 2013, Civiqs specializes in political and public policy polling. Results from Civiqs’ daily tracking polls can be found online at civiqs.com.
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