What do U.S. voters think about the ongoing government shutdown?

 

In an online survey this past weekend we took a quick dip into the field to get a cursory sense of how voters were perceiving the end to the government shutdown. Based on online interviews with 384 voters weighted for key demographics, we found:

 

Voters overwhelmingly support the deal to end the government shutdown with 79% supporting it including 48% who strongly support it, compared with only 21% who opposed the deal.

Government Shutdown Survey 1

*Includes 48% strongly support, 31% somewhat support

 

However, here voters are not too optimistic as 73% thought a government shut down happen again in three weeks.

Government Shutdown Survey 2

 

Government shutdown appears to be helping Democrats oddly

 

Democrats in Congress are seen as getting the better end of the deal by a nearly 3 to 1 margin (48% to 17%) over President Trump and the Republicans in Congress.

Government Shutdown Survey 3

 

The government shutdown does not appear to be convincing voters that Trump will get border wall funding. Voters are pessimistic that the wall will be built. Just under 1 in 3 (32%) voters think President Trump will get the funding to build his wall by the end of his term in office.

Government Shutdown Survey 4

 

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