2020 Election Matters More Than Previous Years, Voters Say #infographic


2020 Election Matters More Than Previous Years, Voters Say #infographic

The number of Republicans who said presidential election problems for 2020 more than previous years decreased marginally, from more than 80% in 2012 and 2016 to 79% in 2020. Democrats, however, have skyrocketed from their lows to hit 85 percent in the 2012 and 2016 polls, saying the presidential election in 2020 counts more than in previous years.

With the COVID-19 pandemic, the global economic crisis and perhaps the most divisive sitting president in recent history, it is not surprising that Americans expect the results of the 2020 election to have a unique effect on the country 's future. It is still uncertain whether there would be a record turnout in the polls this year, but if early ballot measurements are any indication, November could easily break the high of 62 percent voter turnout in 2008.

The 2020 presidential election is two weeks away, and over 20 million Americans have already put their ballots in the crucial election. For this election cycle, the enthusiasm and sense of urgency between both Republicans and Democrats seem to have reached new heights, with voters on each side sure that a vote for the opposing candidate could spell disaster for the country. New survey data reveals how this election is being taken more seriously by U.S. voters than in previous years.

77 percent of all U.S. eligible voters said the result of this year's presidential election mattered more to them than in previous election years in data from a new Gallup poll. That's the highest percentage in the 26-year history of the poll, with about 70 percent hovering over the past five election cycles.

2020 Election Matters More Than Previous Years, Voters Say #infographic

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