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Subject 76 percent of voters consider 2020 election very important
Date September 16, 2020 12:02 PM
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SEPTEMBER 16, 2020: In terms of its impact on their own lives, 76% of registered voters nationwide believe Election 2020 ([link removed]) is “very important.” A Scott Rasmussen national survey found that another 16% say it’s somewhat important while 7% consider it not important or are not sure.[1] ([link removed])

Those who support major party presidential candidates are far more likely than others to consider the election very important. Eighty-eight percent (88%) of Biden ([link removed]) supporters consider it that important. So do 84% of Trump ([link removed]) supporters.[1] ([link removed])

As for those considering other candidates, just 62% believe the election is very important. Among those unlikely to vote, that figure falls to 32%.[1] ([link removed])

Among those unlikely to vote, 38% either consider the election to either be unimportant (24%) or are not sure if it will have an impact on their lives (14%).[1] ([link removed])

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_Scott Rasmussen is an editor-at-large for Ballotpedia, the Encyclopedia of American Politics. He is a senior fellow for the study of self-governance at the King’s College in New York. His most recent book, ** Politics Has Failed: America Will Not ([link removed])
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was published by the Sutherland Institute in August 2018._
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