Polling Averages

Polls & Trackers

Updated May 27, 2023 at 12:48 PM

What's This?

Hi there! I'm excited to introduce my polling averages and their handy index tool, which is designed to help you conveniently explore various polls and my polling averages for different races across the United States, drawing inspiration from FiveThirtyEight's poll browsing tool. Here's a more detailed guide on how to use it:

  1. Select the "Poll Type" from the first dropdown menu. You'll find several options such as Governor, President, Senate, and any other offices or kinds of polls that I currently have on the site. The poll type corresponds to the specific type of data or election you're interested in.

  2. Choose the "State" from the second dropdown menu. This list contains all U.S. states that I currently have indexed in the polling averages, allowing you to select the geographic area you're interested in viewing polls for.

  3. Once you've made your selections, the poll years will be generated that correspond to the specific combination of the state, and poll type you've chosen. Click on your desired year to access a page with all the relevant polls related to your selected state and poll type. This page will also have my in-house polling average displayed in a chart and summary at the top.

  4. On the page, you'll find a comprehensive list of polls conducted by various polling agencies, along with details like sample size, FiveThirtyEight pollster rating, and dates. You can compare the polls, analyze trends, and gain insights into the political landscape of your chosen state and poll type.

  5. By following these steps, you'll be able to quickly and easily navigate through the polls and my very own polling averages based on your preferences.