Washington Post-ABC News poll June 20-23, 2016

Poll Questions

Q: I'd like you to rate the chances that you will vote in the presidential election in November: Are you absolutely certain to vote, will you probably vote, are the chances 50-50, or less than that?

Q: (AMONG REGISTERED VOTERS) If the presidential election were being held today and the candidates were (Hillary Clinton, the Democrat) and (Donald Trump, the Republican), for whom would you vote? Would you lean toward (Clinton) or toward (Trump)?

Q: (AMONG REGISTERED VOTERS WHO SUPPORT CLINTON) Do you support Clinton strongly, or somewhat?

Q: (AMONG REGISTERED VOTERS WHO SUPPORT TRUMP) Do you support Trump strongly, or somewhat?

Q: (AMONG REGISTERED VOTERS) Regardless of whether you prefer (Clinton) or (Trump), is there a third-party candidate you are seriously considering or not? (IF YES) Who is that?

Q: (AMONG REGISTERED VOTERS) If the presidential election were being held today and the candidates were [(Hillary Clinton, the Democrat), (Donald Trump, the Republican)], [(Gary Johnson of the Libertarian Party) and (Jill Stein of the Green Party)], for whom would you vote? Would you lean toward [(Clinton), (Trump)], [(Johnson) or (Stein)]?

Q: Do you approve or disapprove of the way Barack Obama is handling his job as president?

Q: Do you approve or disapprove of the way Obama is handling the economy? (Half sample)

Q: Do you approve or disapprove of the way Obama is handling the threat of terrorism? (half sample)

Q: Do you think Republican leaders should speak out against Trump when they disagree with his views, or should they avoid criticizing the party's likely nominee even when they disagree with him?

Q: Thinking about the election in November, which of these two statements comes closest to your own views: (After eight years of Barack Obama, we need to elect a president who can set the nation in a new direction) OR (We need to keep the country moving in the direction Obama has been taking us)?

Q: Regardless of whether or not you'd vote for her, do you think Hillary Clinton is or is not qualified to serve as president?

Q: Regardless of whether or not you'd vote for him, do you think Donald Trump is or is not qualified to serve as president?

Q: Who do you think has a better personality and temperament to serve effectively as president - (Clinton) or (Trump)?

Q: Thinking about Clinton as president - are you comfortable with this, or does it make you anxious?

Q: Thinking about Trump as president - are you comfortable with this, or does it make you anxious?

Q: Overall, do you feel that Trump is standing up for your beliefs, or against them?

Q: Trump has made some controversial comments about women, minorities and Muslims. Do think his comments indicate that he's unfairly biased against any of these groups, or do his comments not indicate unfair bias?

Q: Do you approve or disapprove of the way Clinton is handling questions about her use of personal e-mail while she was secretary of state? Do you feel that way strongly or somewhat?

Q: Do you approve or disapprove of the way Trump is handling questions about Trump University, the real estate workshops his company conducted from 2005 to 2010? Do you feel that way strongly or somewhat?

Q: Trump has said that a federal judge who's hearing a lawsuit involving Trump University might not be fair to him because the judge is of Mexican heritage. Do you think this is a racist comment, or does it not seem racist to you?

Q: Regardless of whether or not it's racist, do you think it's an appropriate comment, or inappropriate? Do you feel that way strongly or somewhat?

Q: Would you support or oppose a temporary ban on Muslims who are not U.S. citizens from entering the United States? Do you feel that way strongly or somewhat?

Q: Who do you trust more to handle terrorism - (Clinton) or (Trump)?

Q: Thinking about the mass shooting in Orlando last week by a man who pledged allegiance to the Islamic State, who do you think did a better job responding to the attacks overall?

Q: Who do you think gave you the most confidence they could handle the situation as president?

Q: Who do you think showed better temperament in responding to the shooting?

Q: Who do you think offered the best proposals to prevent future terrorist attacks?

Q: Which comes closer to your view – (Leaders should say terror attacks are caused by “radical Islam,” because this accurately identifies the cause) OR (Leaders should not use the phrase “radical Islam” because it lends legitimacy to terrorists by falsely suggesting that their actions are supported by Islamic teachings)?

Q: How concerned are you about so-called 'lone-wolf' terrorist attacks in which individuals in this country decide to take terrorist action on their own - very concerned, somewhat concerned, not so concerned or not concerned at all?

Q: How much confidence do you have in the ability of the U.S. government to prevent so-called 'lone-wolf' terrorist attacks in which individuals in this country decide to act on their own

Q: Do you support or oppose a nationwide ban on the sale of assault weapons? Do you feel that way strongly, or only somewhat?

Q: Would you support or oppose encouraging more people to carry guns legally for use in self defense?

Q: Would you support or oppose increasing surveillance of people suspected of possible links to terrorism, even if that intrudes on privacy rights?

Q: Would you support or oppose blocking people from buying guns if they appear on the FBI's list of people with possible connections to terrorism?

Q: How confident are you in the federal government's ability to respond effectively to an outbreak of Zika virus in the United States - very confident, somewhat confident, not so confident or not confident at all?

Q: How do you feel about the possibility that you or someone in your immediate family might be infected by the Zika virus - very worried, somewhat worried, not too worried or not worried at all?

Q: Are you personally taking steps to try to limit your exposure to Zika, or are you waiting to see if that will be necessary?

Q: Do you support or oppose the federal government spending nearly two billion dollars to try to prevent spread of the Zika virus?

Q: (IF SUPPORT FEDERAL GOVERNMENT SPENDING) Do you think Congress should immediately approve spending on this program, or should it wait until the Obama administration and Republicans can agree on budget cuts to offset the program? (RESULTS BASED ON TOTAL SAMPLE)

Q: Generally speaking, do you usually think of yourself as a...