Navigating voter decisions during the 2020 U.S. presidential elections

Explore the power of polling to understand the minds of voters throughout the 2020 U.S. presidential elections

With the coronavirus crisis upending all aspects of life around the world, there is growing uncertainty of what this means for the 2020 U.S. presidential elections. States are continuing to postpone primaries due to the pandemic, exit polls are becoming more challenging to conduct and voting rights are being pushed into question for the November elections.

This year, what has remained certain is the power of opinion polls to tap into the minds of American voters and their sentiments across the candidates, key issues and policies – ultimately to determine the candidate that will hold U.S. power over the next four years.

Reuters explores how the impact of real-time, accurate election data and polls can help navigate one of the world’s most important elections of our time.

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  • Chris Kahn
    Polling Editor, Reuters