What do Jesuit students think?

March 13, 2020

This+survey+sent+out+in+March%2C+asked+students+about+their+political+preferences+and+what+they+thought+about+the+upcoming+elections

James Martini

This survey sent out in March, asked students about their political preferences and what they thought about the upcoming elections

In a survey created by The Jesuit Chronicle, we asked students about their party affiliation, what they thought about the upcoming primary, and what they thought about the general election. In the survey, the majority of students identified as Republican. The results in the primary and general election were more interesting, where all the candidates appeared almost equal in their support. Biden and Sanders had nearly equivalent support in both questions, and Trump fell only just behind the two in the general election. See the full results below:

James Martini
This question asked students to say how they identified politically, to help us judge the results of the following questions
James Martini
This question asked students what they thought about the upcoming democratic primary. Biden and Sanders had nearly equal support
James Martini
This question asked students who they would support in the general election, between Biden, Sanders, Trump. The results were similarly split between the candidates

 

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