The most important issue to voters in the 2020 election is the economy, with around one-third who chose it, followed by around 1 in 5 for racial inequality and the same who chose coronavirus.
Around 1 in 10 voters say the most important issue to their vote is crime and safety and another 1 in 10 for health care policy.
Over half of voters say that it's more important to contain the coronavirus than rebuild the economy.
The electorate splits on how well efforts to contain the coronavirus are going, around half of voters who think containing the virus is going well, and the other half who say it's going badly.
Around two-third of voters in the 2020 election say wearing a face mask in public is more of a public health responsibility than around 3 in 10 who think it’s a personal choice.