July National Voter Trends Panel

In our July National Voter Trends Panel, Cygnal Director of Client Strategy, John Rogers, and Director of Sampling & Innovation, Noah Wyhof-Rudnick, deliver key insights into the data shifts from the past month.

Here are a few key takeaways to note:

  • Even Democrats believe the country is heading down the wrong track.
  • Generic ballot has dipped for Republicans post-Dobbs, now at R+1.
  • The top issue, Inflation (40%), dipped slightly from a June high of 47%, but it still remains a significant issue for majority of voters.
  • The contrast ballot dropped to R+4 (Republican check-and-balance on Biden).
  • Voters reveal they are in favor of protecting abortion access post-Dobbs, with 34% wanting abortion protected at the state level.
  • Abortion is not significant to Independents who care more about the issue of fighting inflation. Nearly half of Independent voters do not base their vote on a candidate’s abortion stance.
  • Economic confidence has improved from June’s all time low. Independents are still more concerned (67-30), while Dems have grown even more pessimistic (45-53).

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John Rogers – Director of Client Strategy
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Noah Wyhof-Rudnick – Director, Sampling & Innovation
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