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Biden, Warren, and Sanders Lead

the Democratic Primary in New Jersey

Change Research New Jersey Poll: August 16-20, 2019

Key Takeaways: 

  • Joe Biden (26%), Elizabeth Warren (23%), and Bernie Sanders (21%) have the highest levels of support among likely Democratic voters in New Jersey.

  • Biden has a 42-point lead among black primary voters with 55%. Warren leads among white voters with 29%, followed by Biden 22%.

  • Sanders leads among 18-34 and 35-49 year-old voters and Biden leads among 50-64 year-old and 65 and older voters. The race is closest among 35-49 year-old voters: Sanders (24%) has a one-point lead over Warren (23%).

  • US Senator from New Jersey and previous mayor of Newark, Cory Booker, has 5% of support among voters in his home state.

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Biden, Warren, and Sanders Lead the Democratic Primary in New Jersey

Joe Biden leads the Democratic primary in New Jersey with 26%. He is followed by Elizabeth Warren (23%) and Bernie Sanders (21%). Pete Buttigieg (12%), Kamala Harris (8%), Cory Booker (5%), and Beto O’Rourke (2%) follow.  All other candidates poll at 1% or less. 

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Sanders leads among 18-34 and 35-49 year-old voters in New Jersey. He has a 27-point lead among 18-34 year-olds, with 44%, followed by Warren (17%). Among 35-49 year-olds, Sanders has the most support with 24%, closely followed by Warren with 23%. Biden leads among 50-64 year-olds and voters older than 65 with 32% and 36% respectively; Warren follows Biden with 26% among each group.

Biden holds a 42-point lead among black Democratic primary voters in New Jersey with 55%, followed by Sanders (13%) and Harris (11%). The race is closer among white voters; Warren has the most support with 29%, 7-points ahead of Biden (22%).

Privacy and the Gig Economy: Californians Weigh In

Change Research California Poll: September 12-15, 2019

Key Takeaways: 

  • When asked about tech companies potentially selling information collected about them, the majority of Californians (56%) “want to know what’s being done with their personal information that is collected and have control over what’s done with it.”

  • A plurality of Californians (44%) want to know what Uber and Lyft workers think before making a decision about gig companies designating their drivers as employees or creating a new classification of workers.

  • Lyft has higher favorability (24% positive, 20% negative, 54% neutral) than Uber (21% positive, 29% negative, 48% neutral) among Californians. Facebook (28% positive, 43% negative, 29% neutral) has a lower level of net favorability than Lyft, Uber, or Google.

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Change Research surveyed 5,335 likely general election voters in California, including 3,325 likely Democratic primary voters, after the third Democratic primary debates. The survey covered questions related to the Democratic horse race, top issues, and more. This page contains a preview of the survey’s findings - inquire about purchasing the full poll

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Personal Privacy

 

When presented with a question about companies potentially selling information about their users, the overwhelming majority of Californians (90%) say they want some limits on how their personal data is used by technology companies. Only 5% of all Californians say they do not care about their information remaining private. California voters of all ages and backgrounds say they want limitations to the ways tech companies collect and sell data.

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Gig Companies

Californians are split on how best to deal with the issue of employment classification for gig workers. The plurality of respondents want to know what workers think before weighing in, suggesting a large number of people are undecided on this issue. Another 9% of respondents answered that they are not sure what is best. 24% of respondents support the new classifications of workers proposed by industry leaders including Uber and Lyft, while 23% say they will oppose any classifications major companies propose.

Favorability

Among major technology companies based in California, Californians are most favorable toward Google: Google has a net positive rating of +8  (39% positive, 30% negative, 31% neutral). Lyft has a higher favorability rating than Uber: Lyft has a net positive rating of +4 (24% positive, 20% negative, 54% neutral) while Uber has a net negative rating of -8 (21% favorable, 29% negative, 48% neutral). Facebook is the least favorable company of the four, with a net negative rating of -16.

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Change Research surveyed 5,335 likely general election voters in California, including 3,325 likely Democratic primary voters. The margin of error as traditionally calculated is  ± 1.3% for the full sample and ±1.7% for Democratic primary voters. Change Research reaches voters via targeted online ads that point people to an online survey instrument. Our Bias Correct Engine dynamically delivers large samples that accurately reflect the demographics of a population. Post-stratification was done on age, gender, ethnicity, region, 2016 primary and presidential vote, and self-reported social media use.