|GR1||How likely or unlikely is it that political divisions in the United States will destabilize the U.S. political system within the next 10 years?||Likelihood of destabilization in 10 years|
Thinking about the November 2020 election when candidates ran for president, congress, and state offices…
If you voted in the November 2020 election, did you cast votes for candidates all from the same party (that is, all of your votes were for Democrats, all for Republicans, or all for some other party) or did you vote for candidates from different political parties?
If you only voted in one race, didn’t vote, or don’t remember, you can tell us that too.
|Straight party ticket in 2020?|
In the upcoming “midterm elections” in 2022 when candidates will run for Congress, and local and state offices, are you likely to only vote for candidates from one party, or could you vote for candidates from different parties?
If you don’t plan to vote in that election, you can tell us that too.
|Straight party ticket in 2022?|
What number would you choose to rate the current stability of the political system in the United States, on a scale from 0 meaning that it is extremely unstable to 100 meaning that it is extremely stable.
|Rate current political stability|
|stab2||Has the level of political stability in the United States decreased, stayed the same, or increased in the last 12 months?||Political stability changed last 12 months?|
|stab3||Will the level of political stability in the United States decrease, stay the same, or increase in the next 12 months?||Political stability change next 12 months|