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TOP LINE MEMO Public Policy Topline Monthly Harvard-Harris Poll: October 2017 This survey was conducted online within the United States between October 14-18, 2017 among 2,159 registered voters by The Harris Poll. The results reflect a nationally representative sample. Results were weighted for age within gender, region, race/ethnicity, marital status, household size, income, employment, political party, political affiliation, and education where necessary to align them with their actual proportions in the population. Propensity score weighting was also used to adjust for respondents’ propensity to be online.

Page 1 QuickQuery Fielding Period: October 14-18, 2017 HCAPS (Filtered on Registered Voters) Weighted To The U.S. General Adult Population - Propensity 19 Oct 2017 Table 1 D1 What is your age? Base: All Respondents Total Unweighted Base 2159 Weighted Base 2143 Effective Base 1264 18-34 517 24% 35-49 534 25% 50-64 633 30% 65+ 459 21% Mean 49.0 Std. Dev. 16.54 Std. Err. 0.36 Sigma 2143 100%

Page 2 QuickQuery Fielding Period: October 14-18, 2017 HCAPS (Filtered on Registered Voters) Weighted To The U.S. General Adult Population - Propensity 19 Oct 2017 Table 2 D2 What is your gender? Base: All Respondents Total Unweighted Base 2159 Weighted Base 2143 Effective Base 1264 Male 1015 47% Female 1128 53% Sigma 2143 100%

Page 3 QuickQuery Fielding Period: October 14-18, 2017 HCAPS (Filtered on Registered Voters) Weighted To The U.S. General Adult Population - Propensity 19 Oct 2017 Table 3 S2 In which state do you reside? Base: All Respondents Total Unweighted Base 2159 Weighted Base 2143 Effective Base 1264 Alabama 23 1% Alaska 3 * Arizona 47 2% Arkansas 14 1% California 245 11% Colorado 42 2% Connecticut 25 1% Delaware 10 * District of Columbia 5 * Florida 172 8% Georgia 81 4% Hawaii 6 *

Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas

Page 4 QuickQuery Fielding Period: October 14-18, 2017 HCAPS (Filtered on Registered Voters) Weighted To The U.S. General Adult Population - Propensity 19 Oct 2017 Table 3 S2 In which state do you reside? Base: All Respondents Total Weighted Base 2143 Kentucky 28 1% Louisiana 15 1% Maine 16 1% Maryland 39 2% Massachusetts 47 2% Michigan 58 3% Minnesota 42 2% Mississippi 11 * Missouri 35 2% Montana 6 * Nebraska 13 1% Nevada 14 1% New Hampshire New Jersey 7 * 70 3%

New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio

Page 5 QuickQuery Fielding Period: October 14-18, 2017 HCAPS (Filtered on Registered Voters) Weighted To The U.S. General Adult Population - Propensity 19 Oct 2017 Table 3 S2 In which state do you reside? Base: All Respondents Total Weighted Base 2143 Oklahoma 22 1% Oregon 17 1% Pennsylvania 91 4% Rhode Island 3 * South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee 23 1% 7 * 39 2% Texas 179 8% Utah 17 1% Vermont 5 * Virginia 67 3% Washington 59 3% West Virginia 13 1% Wisconsin 39 2%

Wyoming 2 Sigma 2143 100%

Page 6 QuickQuery Fielding Period: October 14-18, 2017 HCAPS (Filtered on Registered Voters) Weighted To The U.S. General Adult Population - Propensity 19 Oct 2017 Table 4 S1 Are you over 18 years of age and registered to vote? Base: All Respondents Total Unweighted Base 2159 Weighted Base 2143 Effective Base 1264 Yes 2143 100% No Sigma 2143 100%

Page 7 QuickQuery Fielding Period: October 14-18, 2017 HCAPS (Filtered on Registered Voters) Weighted To The U.S. General Adult Population - Propensity 19 Oct 2017 Table 5 M1 In general, do you think the country is on the right track or is it off on the wrong track? Base: All Respondents Total Unweighted Base 2159 Weighted Base 2143 Effective Base 1264 Right track 614 29% Wrong track 1275 60% Don't know / Unsure Sigma 254 12% 2143 100%

Page 8 QuickQuery Fielding Period: October 14-18, 2017 HCAPS (Filtered on Registered Voters) Weighted To The U.S. General Adult Population - Propensity 19 Oct 2017 Table 6 M2 In general, do you think the American economy is on right track or is it off on the wrong track? Base: All Respondents Total Unweighted Base 2159 Weighted Base 2143 Effective Base 1264 Right track 951 44% Wrong track 877 41% Don't know / Unsure 315 15% Sigma 2143 100%

Page 9 QuickQuery Fielding Period: October 14-18, 2017 HCAPS (Filtered on Registered Voters) Weighted To The U.S. General Adult Population - Propensity 19 Oct 2017 Table 7 M3 Do you approve or disapprove of the job Donald Trump is doing as President of the United States? Base: All Respondents Total Unweighted Base 2159 Weighted Base 2143 Effective Base 1264 Strongly/Somewhat Approve (Net) 907 42% Strongly approve 407 19% Somewhat approve 500 23% Strongly/Somewhat Disapprove (Net) 1236 58% Somewhat disapprove 269 13% Strongly disapprove 967 45% Sigma 2143 100%

Page 10 QuickQuery Fielding Period: October 14-18, 2017 HCAPS (Filtered on Registered Voters) Weighted To The U.S. General Adult Population - Propensity 19 Oct 2017 Table 8 M3A Do you approve or disapprove of the job President Trump is doing on ...? Summary Of Approve Base: All Respondents Total Unweighted Base 2159 Weighted Base 2143 Effective Base 1264 Stimulating jobs 1114 52% The economy 1099 51% Fighting terrorism 1078 50% Immigration 948 44% Foreign affairs 865 40% Administering the government 816 38%

Page 11 QuickQuery Fielding Period: October 14-18, 2017 HCAPS (Filtered on Registered Voters) Weighted To The U.S. General Adult Population - Propensity 19 Oct 2017 Table 9 M3A Do you approve or disapprove of the job President Trump is doing on ...? Summary Of Disapprove Base: All Respondents Total Unweighted Base 2159 Weighted Base 2143 Effective Base 1264 Administering the government 1327 62% Foreign affairs 1278 60% Immigration 1195 56% Fighting terrorism 1065 50% The economy 1044 49% Stimulating jobs 1029 48%

Page 12 QuickQuery Fielding Period: October 14-18, 2017 HCAPS (Filtered on Registered Voters) Weighted To The U.S. General Adult Population - Propensity 19 Oct 2017 Table 10 M3A_1 Do you approve or disapprove of the job President Trump is doing on ...? The economy Base: All Respondents Total Unweighted Base 2159 Weighted Base 2143 Effective Base 1264 Approve (Net) 1099 51% Strongly approve 538 25% Somewhat approve 560 26% Disapprove (Net) 1044 49% Somewhat disapprove 379 18% Strongly disapprove 666 31% Sigma 2143 100%

Page 13 QuickQuery Fielding Period: October 14-18, 2017 HCAPS (Filtered on Registered Voters) Weighted To The U.S. General Adult Population - Propensity 19 Oct 2017 Table 11 M3A_2 Do you approve or disapprove of the job President Trump is doing on ...? Foreign affairs Base: All Respondents Total Unweighted Base 2159 Weighted Base 2143 Effective Base 1264 Approve (Net) 865 40% Strongly approve 394 18% Somewhat approve 471 22% Disapprove (Net) 1278 60% Somewhat disapprove 322 15% Strongly disapprove 955 45% Sigma 2143 100%

Page 14 QuickQuery Fielding Period: October 14-18, 2017 HCAPS (Filtered on Registered Voters) Weighted To The U.S. General Adult Population - Propensity 19 Oct 2017 Table 12 M3A_3 Do you approve or disapprove of the job President Trump is doing on ...? Fighting terrorism Base: All Respondents Total Unweighted Base 2159 Weighted Base 2143 Effective Base 1264 Approve (Net) 1078 50% Strongly approve 593 28% Somewhat approve 486 23% Disapprove (Net) 1065 50% Somewhat disapprove 340 16% Strongly disapprove 724 34% Sigma 2143 100%

Page 15 QuickQuery Fielding Period: October 14-18, 2017 HCAPS (Filtered on Registered Voters) Weighted To The U.S. General Adult Population - Propensity 19 Oct 2017 Table 13 M3A_4 Do you approve or disapprove of the job President Trump is doing on ...? Administering the government Base: All Respondents Total Unweighted Base 2159 Weighted Base 2143 Effective Base 1264 Approve (Net) 816 38% Strongly approve 337 16% Somewhat approve 479 22% Disapprove (Net) 1327 62% Somewhat disapprove 388 18% Strongly disapprove 939 44% Sigma 2143 100%

Page 16 QuickQuery Fielding Period: October 14-18, 2017 HCAPS (Filtered on Registered Voters) Weighted To The U.S. General Adult Population - Propensity 19 Oct 2017 Table 14 M3A_5 Do you approve or disapprove of the job President Trump is doing on ...? Stimulating jobs Base: All Respondents Total Unweighted Base 2159 Weighted Base 2143 Effective Base 1264 Approve (Net) 1114 52% Strongly approve 519 24% Somewhat approve 595 28% Disapprove (Net) 1029 48% Somewhat disapprove 389 18% Strongly disapprove 640 30% Sigma 2143 100%

Page 17 QuickQuery Fielding Period: October 14-18, 2017 HCAPS (Filtered on Registered Voters) Weighted To The U.S. General Adult Population - Propensity 19 Oct 2017 Table 15 M3A_6 Do you approve or disapprove of the job President Trump is doing on ...? Immigration Base: All Respondents Total Unweighted Base 2159 Weighted Base 2143 Effective Base 1264 Approve (Net) 948 44% Strongly approve 527 25% Somewhat approve 421 20% Disapprove (Net) 1195 56% Somewhat disapprove 281 13% Strongly disapprove 913 43% Sigma 2143 100%

Page 18 QuickQuery Fielding Period: October 14-18, 2017 HCAPS (Filtered on Registered Voters) Weighted To The U.S. General Adult Population - Propensity 19 Oct 2017 Table 16 M4 Do you approve or disapprove of the way the Republican Party is handling its job? Base: All Respondents Total Unweighted Base 2159 Weighted Base 2143 Effective Base 1264 Strongly/Somewhat Approve (Net) 626 29% Strongly approve 133 6% Somewhat approve 493 23% Strongly/Somewhat Disapprove (Net) 1517 71% Somewhat disapprove 657 31% Strongly disapprove 860 40% Sigma 2143 100%

Page 19 QuickQuery Fielding Period: October 14-18, 2017 HCAPS (Filtered on Registered Voters) Weighted To The U.S. General Adult Population - Propensity 19 Oct 2017 Table 17 M5 Do you approve or disapprove of the way the Democratic Party is handling its job? Base: All Respondents Total Unweighted Base 2159 Weighted Base 2143 Effective Base 1264 Strongly/Somewhat Approve (Net) 827 39% Strongly approve 190 9% Somewhat approve 637 30% Strongly/Somewhat Disapprove (Net) 1316 61% Somewhat disapprove 597 28% Strongly disapprove 719 34% Sigma 2143 100%

Page 20 QuickQuery Fielding Period: October 14-18, 2017 HCAPS (Filtered on Registered Voters) Weighted To The U.S. General Adult Population - Propensity 19 Oct 2017 Table 18 M9 Which of the following should be the top priority for President Trump and Republicans in Congress? Base: All Respondents Total Unweighted Base 2159 Weighted Base 2143 Effective Base 1264 Stimulating American jobs 603 28% Passing a comprehensive tax reform bill 353 16% Destroying ISIS 299 14% Repealing and replacing the Affordable Care Act (also known as "Obamacare") 294 14% Passing an infrastructure spending bill 287 13% Reducing the total amount of immigrants allowed in the United States 99 5% Expanding family leave policies 81 4% Renegotiating trade deals with other countries 54 3% Building a wall between the United States and Mexico 52 2% Undoing the Iran deal 22 1% Sigma 2143 100%

Page 21 QuickQuery Fielding Period: October 14-18, 2017 HCAPS (Filtered on Registered Voters) Weighted To The U.S. General Adult Population - Propensity 19 Oct 2017 Table 19 M9B Do you think that, for his actions, President Trump should be impeached and removed from office, censured by Congress, or no action should be taken? Base: All Respondents Total Unweighted Base 2159 Weighted Base 2143 Effective Base 1264 Impeached and removed from office 904 42% Censured by Congress 323 15% No action should be taken 916 43% Sigma 2143 100%

Page 22 QuickQuery Fielding Period: October 14-18, 2017 HCAPS (Filtered on Registered Voters) Weighted To The U.S. General Adult Population - Propensity 19 Oct 2017 Table 20 M10 Do you think the investigations into Russia and President Trump are helping the country or hurting the country? Base: All Respondents Total Unweighted Base 2159 Weighted Base 2143 Effective Base 1264 Helping the country 787 37% Hurting the country 1356 63% Sigma 2143 100%

Page 23 QuickQuery Fielding Period: October 14-18, 2017 HCAPS (Filtered on Registered Voters) Weighted To The U.S. General Adult Population - Propensity 19 Oct 2017 Table 21 Q1903 Regardless of how you may vote, what do you usually consider yourself? Base: All Respondents Total Unweighted Base 2159 Weighted Base 2143 Effective Base 1264 Democrat 778 36% Republican 677 32% Independent 609 28% Other 79 4% Sigma 2143 100%

Page 24 QuickQuery Fielding Period: October 14-18, 2017 HCAPS (Filtered on Registered Voters) Weighted To The U.S. General Adult Population - Propensity 19 Oct 2017 Table 22 Q1905 Would you call yourself a strong Republican or a not-so-strong Republican? Base: Republican Total Unweighted Base 590 Weighted Base 677 Effective Base 382 Strong Republican 385 57% Not-so-strong Republican 293 43% Sigma 677 100%

Page 25 QuickQuery Fielding Period: October 14-18, 2017 HCAPS (Filtered on Registered Voters) Weighted To The U.S. General Adult Population - Propensity 19 Oct 2017 Table 23 Q1910 Would you call yourself a strong Democrat or a not-so-strong Democrat? Base: Democrat Total Unweighted Base 740 Weighted Base 778 Effective Base 428 Strong Democrat 460 59% Not-so-strong Democrat 317 41% Sigma 778 100%

Page 26 QuickQuery Fielding Period: October 14-18, 2017 HCAPS (Filtered on Registered Voters) Weighted To The U.S. General Adult Population - Propensity 19 Oct 2017 Table 24 Q1912 Insert text assignment Base: Independent/Other Total Unweighted Base 829 Weighted Base 688 Effective Base 464 Republican/Democratic 333 48% Democratic/Republican 355 52% Sigma 688 100%

Page 27 QuickQuery Fielding Period: October 14-18, 2017 HCAPS (Filtered on Registered Voters) Weighted To The U.S. General Adult Population - Propensity 19 Oct 2017 Table 25 Q1915 Do you lean more toward the Republican Party or toward the Democratic Party/the Democratic Party or toward the Republican Party? Base: Independent/Other Total Unweighted Base 829 Weighted Base 688 Effective Base 464 Lean Republican 181 26% Lean Democrat 181 26% Do not lean either way 326 47% Sigma 688 100%

Page 28 QuickQuery Fielding Period: October 14-18, 2017 HCAPS (Filtered on Registered Voters) Weighted To The U.S. General Adult Population - Propensity 19 Oct 2017 Table 26 F1 Now we will show you some names. Please indicate if you have a favorable or unfavorable view of that person - or if you've never heard of them. Summary Of Ever Heard Of Base: All Respondents Total Unweighted Base 2159 Weighted Base 2143 Effective Base 1264 Donald Trump 2080 97% Hillary Clinton 2040 95% Bernie Sanders 1929 90% Mike Pence 1848 86% Paul Ryan 1737 81% Nancy Pelosi 1711 80% Elizabeth Warren 1503 70% Mitch McConnell 1458 68% Jeff Sessions 1435 67% Stephen Bannon 1362 64% Chuck Schumer 1357 63%

Rex Tillerson 1287 60% Bob Corker 1028 48%

Page 29 QuickQuery Fielding Period: October 14-18, 2017 HCAPS (Filtered on Registered Voters) Weighted To The U.S. General Adult Population - Propensity 19 Oct 2017 Table 27 F1 Now we will show you some names. Please indicate if you have a favorable or unfavorable view of that person - or if you've never heard of them. Summary Of Very Favorable/Favorable Base: All Respondents Total Unweighted Base 2159 Weighted Base 2143 Effective Base 1264 Bernie Sanders 1133 53% Mike Pence 954 45% Donald Trump 871 41% Hillary Clinton 835 39% Elizabeth Warren 804 38% Rex Tillerson 684 32% Nancy Pelosi 652 30% Paul Ryan 643 30% Chuck Schumer 573 27% Jeff Sessions 528 25% Bob Corker 430 20%

Stephen Bannon 347 16% Mitch McConnell 342 16%

Page 30 QuickQuery Fielding Period: October 14-18, 2017 HCAPS (Filtered on Registered Voters) Weighted To The U.S. General Adult Population - Propensity 19 Oct 2017 Table 28 F1 Now we will show you some names. Please indicate if you have a favorable or unfavorable view of that person - or if you've never heard of them. Summary Of Very Unfavorable/Unfavorable Base: All Respondents Total Unweighted Base 2159 Weighted Base 2143 Effective Base 1264 Donald Trump 1209 56% Hillary Clinton 1205 56% Mitch McConnell 1117 52% Paul Ryan 1093 51% Nancy Pelosi 1059 49% Stephen Bannon 1016 47% Jeff Sessions 907 42% Mike Pence 894 42% Bernie Sanders 795 37% Chuck Schumer 784 37% Elizabeth Warren 699 33%

Rex Tillerson 603 28% Bob Corker 598 28%

Page 31 QuickQuery Fielding Period: October 14-18, 2017 HCAPS (Filtered on Registered Voters) Weighted To The U.S. General Adult Population - Propensity 19 Oct 2017 Table 29 F1_1 Now we will show you some names. Please indicate if you have a favorable or unfavorable view of that person - or if you've never heard of them. Hillary Clinton Base: All Respondents Total Unweighted Base 2159 Weighted Base 2143 Effective Base 1264 Ever Heard Of (Net) 2040 95% Very Favorable/Favorable (Sub-Net) 835 39% Very favorable 308 14% Favorable 528 25% Very Unfavorable/ Unfavorable (Sub-Net) 1205 56% Unfavorable 327 15% Very unfavorable 878 41% Never heard of them No opinion Sigma 8 * 95 4% 2143 100%

Page 32 QuickQuery Fielding Period: October 14-18, 2017 HCAPS (Filtered on Registered Voters) Weighted To The U.S. General Adult Population - Propensity 19 Oct 2017 Table 30 F1_2 Now we will show you some names. Please indicate if you have a favorable or unfavorable view of that person - or if you've never heard of them. Donald Trump Base: All Respondents Total Unweighted Base 2159 Weighted Base 2143 Effective Base 1264 Ever Heard Of (Net) 2080 97% Very Favorable/Favorable (Sub-Net) 871 41% Very favorable 403 19% Favorable 469 22% Very Unfavorable/ Unfavorable (Sub-Net) 1209 56% Unfavorable 231 11% Very unfavorable 978 46% Never heard of them 10 * No opinion 52 2% Sigma 2143 100%

Page 33 QuickQuery Fielding Period: October 14-18, 2017 HCAPS (Filtered on Registered Voters) Weighted To The U.S. General Adult Population - Propensity 19 Oct 2017 Table 31 F1_4 Now we will show you some names. Please indicate if you have a favorable or unfavorable view of that person - or if you've never heard of them. Mike Pence Base: All Respondents Total Unweighted Base 2159 Weighted Base 2143 Effective Base 1264 Ever Heard Of (Net) 1848 86% Very Favorable/Favorable (Sub-Net) 954 45% Very favorable 478 22% Favorable 476 22% Very Unfavorable/ Unfavorable (Sub-Net) 894 42% Unfavorable 308 14% Very unfavorable 586 27% Never heard of them No opinion Sigma 72 3% 223 10% 2143 100%

Page 34 QuickQuery Fielding Period: October 14-18, 2017 HCAPS (Filtered on Registered Voters) Weighted To The U.S. General Adult Population - Propensity 19 Oct 2017 Table 32 F1_8 Now we will show you some names. Please indicate if you have a favorable or unfavorable view of that person - or if you've never heard of them. Paul Ryan Base: All Respondents Total Unweighted Base 2159 Weighted Base 2143 Effective Base 1264 Ever Heard Of (Net) 1737 81% Very Favorable/Favorable (Sub-Net) 643 30% Very favorable 112 5% Favorable 531 25% Very Unfavorable/ Unfavorable (Sub-Net) 1093 51% Unfavorable 501 23% Very unfavorable 592 28% Never heard of them 107 5% No opinion 299 14% Sigma 2143 100%

Page 35 QuickQuery Fielding Period: October 14-18, 2017 HCAPS (Filtered on Registered Voters) Weighted To The U.S. General Adult Population - Propensity 19 Oct 2017 Table 33 F1_9 Now we will show you some names. Please indicate if you have a favorable or unfavorable view of that person - or if you've never heard of them. Nancy Pelosi Base: All Respondents Total Unweighted Base 2159 Weighted Base 2143 Effective Base 1264 Ever Heard Of (Net) 1711 80% Very Favorable/Favorable (Sub-Net) 652 30% Very favorable 164 8% Favorable 488 23% Very Unfavorable/ Unfavorable (Sub-Net) 1059 49% Unfavorable 330 15% Very unfavorable 728 34% Never heard of them 131 6% No opinion 301 14% Sigma 2143 100%

Page 36 QuickQuery Fielding Period: October 14-18, 2017 HCAPS (Filtered on Registered Voters) Weighted To The U.S. General Adult Population - Propensity 19 Oct 2017 Table 34 F1_10 Now we will show you some names. Please indicate if you have a favorable or unfavorable view of that person - or if you've never heard of them. Mitch McConnell Base: All Respondents Total Unweighted Base 2159 Weighted Base 2143 Effective Base 1264 Ever Heard Of (Net) 1458 68% Very Favorable/Favorable (Sub-Net) Very favorable Favorable Very Unfavorable/ Unfavorable (Sub-Net) 342 16% 59 3% 283 13% 1117 52% Unfavorable 510 24% Very unfavorable 607 28% Never heard of them 240 11% No opinion 445 21% Sigma 2143 100%

Page 37 QuickQuery Fielding Period: October 14-18, 2017 HCAPS (Filtered on Registered Voters) Weighted To The U.S. General Adult Population - Propensity 19 Oct 2017 Table 35 F1_11 Now we will show you some names. Please indicate if you have a favorable or unfavorable view of that person - or if you've never heard of them. Chuck Schumer Base: All Respondents Total Unweighted Base 2159 Weighted Base 2143 Effective Base 1264 Ever Heard Of (Net) 1357 63% Very Favorable/Favorable (Sub-Net) 573 27% Very favorable 167 8% Favorable 406 19% Very Unfavorable/ Unfavorable (Sub-Net) 784 37% Unfavorable 315 15% Very unfavorable 469 22% Never heard of them 330 15% No opinion 455 21% Sigma 2143 100%

Page 38 QuickQuery Fielding Period: October 14-18, 2017 HCAPS (Filtered on Registered Voters) Weighted To The U.S. General Adult Population - Propensity 19 Oct 2017 Table 36 F1_12 Now we will show you some names. Please indicate if you have a favorable or unfavorable view of that person - or if you've never heard of them. Bernie Sanders Base: All Respondents Total Unweighted Base 2159 Weighted Base 2143 Effective Base 1264 Ever Heard Of (Net) 1929 90% Very Favorable/Favorable (Sub-Net) 1133 53% Very favorable 449 21% Favorable 684 32% Very Unfavorable/ Unfavorable (Sub-Net) 795 37% Unfavorable 354 17% Very unfavorable 442 21% Never heard of them No opinion Sigma 32 1% 183 9% 2143 100%

Page 39 QuickQuery Fielding Period: October 14-18, 2017 HCAPS (Filtered on Registered Voters) Weighted To The U.S. General Adult Population - Propensity 19 Oct 2017 Table 37 F1_13 Now we will show you some names. Please indicate if you have a favorable or unfavorable view of that person - or if you've never heard of them. Elizabeth Warren Base: All Respondents Total Unweighted Base 2159 Weighted Base 2143 Effective Base 1264 Ever Heard Of (Net) 1503 70% Very Favorable/Favorable (Sub-Net) 804 38% Very favorable 341 16% Favorable 464 22% Very Unfavorable/ Unfavorable (Sub-Net) 699 33% Unfavorable 237 11% Very unfavorable 462 22% Never heard of them 244 11% No opinion 396 18% Sigma 2143 100%

Page 40 QuickQuery Fielding Period: October 14-18, 2017 HCAPS (Filtered on Registered Voters) Weighted To The U.S. General Adult Population - Propensity 19 Oct 2017 Table 38 F1_21 Now we will show you some names. Please indicate if you have a favorable or unfavorable view of that person - or if you've never heard of them. Jeff Sessions Base: All Respondents Total Unweighted Base 2159 Weighted Base 2143 Effective Base 1264 Ever Heard Of (Net) 1435 67% Very Favorable/Favorable (Sub-Net) 528 25% Very favorable 142 7% Favorable 386 18% Very Unfavorable/ Unfavorable (Sub-Net) 907 42% Unfavorable 335 16% Very unfavorable 572 27% Never heard of them 232 11% No opinion 476 22% Sigma 2143 100%

Page 41 QuickQuery Fielding Period: October 14-18, 2017 HCAPS (Filtered on Registered Voters) Weighted To The U.S. General Adult Population - Propensity 19 Oct 2017 Table 39 F1_24 Now we will show you some names. Please indicate if you have a favorable or unfavorable view of that person - or if you've never heard of them. Rex Tillerson Base: All Respondents Total Unweighted Base 2159 Weighted Base 2143 Effective Base 1264 Ever Heard Of (Net) 1287 60% Very Favorable/Favorable (Sub-Net) 684 32% Very favorable 197 9% Favorable 486 23% Very Unfavorable/ Unfavorable (Sub-Net) 603 28% Unfavorable 344 16% Very unfavorable 259 12% Never heard of them 374 17% No opinion 482 22% Sigma 2143 100%

Page 42 QuickQuery Fielding Period: October 14-18, 2017 HCAPS (Filtered on Registered Voters) Weighted To The U.S. General Adult Population - Propensity 19 Oct 2017 Table 40 F1_32 Now we will show you some names. Please indicate if you have a favorable or unfavorable view of that person - or if you've never heard of them. Stephen Bannon Base: All Respondents Total Unweighted Base 2159 Weighted Base 2143 Effective Base 1264 Ever Heard Of (Net) 1362 64% Very Favorable/Favorable (Sub-Net) Very favorable Favorable Very Unfavorable/ Unfavorable (Sub-Net) 347 16% 77 4% 269 13% 1016 47% Unfavorable 313 15% Very unfavorable 703 33% Never heard of them 341 16% No opinion 439 20% Sigma 2143 100%

Page 43 QuickQuery Fielding Period: October 14-18, 2017 HCAPS (Filtered on Registered Voters) Weighted To The U.S. General Adult Population - Propensity 19 Oct 2017 Table 41 F1_33 Now we will show you some names. Please indicate if you have a favorable or unfavorable view of that person - or if you've never heard of them. Bob Corker Base: All Respondents Total Unweighted Base 2159 Weighted Base 2143 Effective Base 1264 Ever Heard Of (Net) 1028 48% Very Favorable/Favorable (Sub-Net) Very favorable Favorable Very Unfavorable/ Unfavorable (Sub-Net) 430 20% 87 4% 343 16% 598 28% Unfavorable 379 18% Very unfavorable 219 10% Never heard of them 529 25% No opinion 586 27% Sigma 2143 100%

Page 44 QuickQuery Fielding Period: October 14-18, 2017 HCAPS (Filtered on Registered Voters) Weighted To The U.S. General Adult Population - Propensity 19 Oct 2017 Table 42 I1 What would you say are the most important issues facing the country today? Please select three. Base: All Respondents Total Unweighted Base 2159 Weighted Base 2143 Effective Base 1264 Health care 1005 47% Terrorism/national security 796 37% Economy and jobs 625 29% Immigration 451 21% National debt/ federal budget deficits 447 21% Race relations 408 19% Taxes 359 17% Environment / climate change 343 16% Crime and drugs 278 13% Corruption 278 13% Education 247 12% Income inequality 242 11%

Cybersecurity 195 9% Foreign policy 189 9% Criminal justice (policing, courts, prisons) 163 8% Defense 139 6% Political correctness 115 5%

Page 45 QuickQuery Fielding Period: October 14-18, 2017 HCAPS (Filtered on Registered Voters) Weighted To The U.S. General Adult Population - Propensity 19 Oct 2017 Table 42 I1 What would you say are the most important issues facing the country today? Please select three. Base: All Respondents Total Weighted Base Women's rights 2143 108 5% Other 43 2% Sigma 6429 300%

Page 46 QuickQuery Fielding Period: October 14-18, 2017 HCAPS (Filtered on Registered Voters) Weighted To The U.S. General Adult Population - Propensity 19 Oct 2017 Table 43 I3 How strong do you think the U.S. economy is today? Base: All Respondents Total Unweighted Base 2159 Weighted Base 2143 Effective Base 1264 Very/Somewhat Strong (Net) 1334 62% Very strong Somewhat strong Very/Somewhat Weak (Net) 191 9% 1143 53% 808 38% Somewhat weak 686 32% Very weak 123 6% Sigma 2143 100%

Page 47 QuickQuery Fielding Period: October 14-18, 2017 HCAPS (Filtered on Registered Voters) Weighted To The U.S. General Adult Population - Propensity 19 Oct 2017 Table 44 I4 Would you say that your personal financial situation is improving or getting worse? Base: All Respondents Total Unweighted Base 2159 Weighted Base 2143 Effective Base 1264 Improving 564 26% Getting worse 600 28% Just as well off 809 38% No opinion 169 8% Sigma 2143 100%

Page 48 QuickQuery Fielding Period: October 14-18, 2017 HCAPS (Filtered on Registered Voters) Weighted To The U.S. General Adult Population - Propensity 19 Oct 2017 Table 45 A3 Do you want the parties to work together and try to reach compromise or stick to their positions and fight it out until the next election? Base: All Respondents Total Unweighted Base 2159 Weighted Base 2143 Effective Base 1264 Work together 1954 91% Stick to their positions Sigma 188 9% 2143 100%

Page 49 QuickQuery Fielding Period: October 14-18, 2017 HCAPS (Filtered on Registered Voters) Weighted To The U.S. General Adult Population - Propensity 19 Oct 2017 Table 46 CE1 Do you think the failure to get major legislation through Congress is a failure of the Democrats in Congress or the Republicans in Congress? Base: All Respondents Total Unweighted Base 2159 Weighted Base 2143 Effective Base 1264 Republicans in Congress 1278 60% Democrats in Congress Sigma 865 40% 2143 100%

Page 50 QuickQuery Fielding Period: October 14-18, 2017 HCAPS (Filtered on Registered Voters) Weighted To The U.S. General Adult Population - Propensity 19 Oct 2017 Table 47 CE2 Should President Trump work with the Democrats if he can't get the Republicans to agree with him on major legislation? Base: All Respondents Total Unweighted Base 2159 Weighted Base 2143 Effective Base 1264 Yes 1841 86% No 302 14% Sigma 2143 100%

Page 51 QuickQuery Fielding Period: October 14-18, 2017 HCAPS (Filtered on Registered Voters) Weighted To The U.S. General Adult Population - Propensity 19 Oct 2017 Table 48 CE3 Should the Democrats work with President Trump if they can succeed in getting major legislation like Deferred Action for Childhood Arrival (DACA) or expanded healthcare through Congress, even if they need to give him some of his priorities like border security? Base: All Respondents Total Unweighted Base 2159 Weighted Base 2143 Effective Base 1264 Yes 1712 80% No 431 20% Sigma 2143 100%

Page 52 QuickQuery Fielding Period: October 14-18, 2017 HCAPS (Filtered on Registered Voters) Weighted To The U.S. General Adult Population - Propensity 19 Oct 2017 Table 49 CE4 Would you favor or oppose a law that gave work permits to "Dreamers" (children who were brought to this country illegally by their parents), had tougher border security, and required cities to let immigration authorities know about people they arrested? Base: All Respondents Total Unweighted Base 2159 Weighted Base 2143 Effective Base 1264 Yes 1437 67% No 706 33% Sigma 2143 100%

Page 53 QuickQuery Fielding Period: October 14-18, 2017 HCAPS (Filtered on Registered Voters) Weighted To The U.S. General Adult Population - Propensity 19 Oct 2017 Table 50 CE5 What is your opinion of each of the following world leaders? Summary Of Favorable Base: All Respondents Total Unweighted Base 2159 Weighted Base 2143 Effective Base 1264 Emmanuel Macron, the leader of France 1457 68% Angela Merkel, the leader of Germany 1433 67% Vladimir Putin, the leader of Russia 352 16% Hassan Rouhani, the leader of Iran 264 12% Kim Jong Un, the leader of North Korea 118 5%

Page 54 QuickQuery Fielding Period: October 14-18, 2017 HCAPS (Filtered on Registered Voters) Weighted To The U.S. General Adult Population - Propensity 19 Oct 2017 Table 51 CE5 What is your opinion of each of the following world leaders? Summary Of Unfavorable Base: All Respondents Total Unweighted Base 2159 Weighted Base 2143 Effective Base 1264 Kim Jong Un, the leader of North Korea 2025 95% Hassan Rouhani, the leader of Iran 1879 88% Vladimir Putin, the leader of Russia 1791 84% Angela Merkel, the leader of Germany 710 33% Emmanuel Macron, the leader of France 686 32%

Page 55 QuickQuery Fielding Period: October 14-18, 2017 HCAPS (Filtered on Registered Voters) Weighted To The U.S. General Adult Population - Propensity 19 Oct 2017 Table 52 CE5_1 What is your opinion of each of the following world leaders? Kim Jong Un, the leader of North Korea Base: All Respondents Total Unweighted Base 2159 Weighted Base 2143 Effective Base 1264 Favorable (Net) 118 5% Very favorable 41 2% Somewhat favorable 76 4% Unfavorable (Net) Somewhat unfavorable Very unfavorable Sigma 2025 95% 174 8% 1851 86% 2143 100%

Page 56 QuickQuery Fielding Period: October 14-18, 2017 HCAPS (Filtered on Registered Voters) Weighted To The U.S. General Adult Population - Propensity 19 Oct 2017 Table 53 CE5_2 What is your opinion of each of the following world leaders? Hassan Rouhani, the leader of Iran Base: All Respondents Total Unweighted Base 2159 Weighted Base 2143 Effective Base 1264 Favorable (Net) Very favorable Somewhat favorable Unfavorable (Net) Somewhat unfavorable Very unfavorable Sigma 264 12% 43 2% 221 10% 1879 88% 834 39% 1046 49% 2143 100%

Page 57 QuickQuery Fielding Period: October 14-18, 2017 HCAPS (Filtered on Registered Voters) Weighted To The U.S. General Adult Population - Propensity 19 Oct 2017 Table 54 CE5_3 What is your opinion of each of the following world leaders? Vladimir Putin, the leader of Russia Base: All Respondents Total Unweighted Base 2159 Weighted Base 2143 Effective Base 1264 Favorable (Net) Very favorable Somewhat favorable Unfavorable (Net) Somewhat unfavorable Very unfavorable Sigma 352 16% 73 3% 280 13% 1791 84% 701 33% 1089 51% 2143 100%

Page 58 QuickQuery Fielding Period: October 14-18, 2017 HCAPS (Filtered on Registered Voters) Weighted To The U.S. General Adult Population - Propensity 19 Oct 2017 Table 55 CE5_4 What is your opinion of each of the following world leaders? Emmanuel Macron, the leader of France Base: All Respondents Total Unweighted Base 2159 Weighted Base 2143 Effective Base 1264 Favorable (Net) 1457 68% Very favorable Somewhat favorable Unfavorable (Net) 315 15% 1142 53% 686 32% Somewhat unfavorable 510 24% Very unfavorable 176 8% Sigma 2143 100%

Page 59 QuickQuery Fielding Period: October 14-18, 2017 HCAPS (Filtered on Registered Voters) Weighted To The U.S. General Adult Population - Propensity 19 Oct 2017 Table 56 CE5_5 What is your opinion of each of the following world leaders? Angela Merkel, the leader of Germany Base: All Respondents Total Unweighted Base 2159 Weighted Base 2143 Effective Base 1264 Favorable (Net) 1433 67% Very favorable 444 21% Somewhat favorable 989 46% Unfavorable (Net) 710 33% Somewhat unfavorable 491 23% Very unfavorable 219 10% Sigma 2143 100%

Page 60 QuickQuery Fielding Period: October 14-18, 2017 HCAPS (Filtered on Registered Voters) Weighted To The U.S. General Adult Population - Propensity 19 Oct 2017 Table 57 CE6 Do you think the Iran nuclear deal was a good deal or a bad deal for America? Base: All Respondents Total Unweighted Base 2159 Weighted Base 2143 Effective Base 1264 A bad deal 1284 60% A good deal 859 40% Sigma 2143 100%

Page 61 QuickQuery Fielding Period: October 14-18, 2017 HCAPS (Filtered on Registered Voters) Weighted To The U.S. General Adult Population - Propensity 19 Oct 2017 Table 58 CE7 Do you think the Iran deal should have been an agreement the President would sign on his own or a treaty that would have required Senate approval? Base: All Respondents Total Unweighted Base 2159 Weighted Base 2143 Effective Base 1264 A treaty that would have required Senate approval 1739 81% An agreement the President would sign on his own Sigma 404 19% 2143 100%

Page 62 QuickQuery Fielding Period: October 14-18, 2017 HCAPS (Filtered on Registered Voters) Weighted To The U.S. General Adult Population - Propensity 19 Oct 2017 Table 59 CE8 Do you think Iran is following the terms of the nuclear deal or violating the terms of the nuclear accord? Base: All Respondents Total Unweighted Base 2159 Weighted Base 2143 Effective Base 1264 Iran is violating the terms of the nuclear accord 1407 66% Iran is following the terms of the nuclear deal 736 34% Sigma 2143 100%

Page 63 QuickQuery Fielding Period: October 14-18, 2017 HCAPS (Filtered on Registered Voters) Weighted To The U.S. General Adult Population - Propensity 19 Oct 2017 Table 60 CE12 Some people say that the Iran nuclear deal is not perfect and the Iranians are building up their nuclear capability secretly, but we should not rock the boat now and just let it all slide along. Others say if Iranians are not compliant we have to call them out on it and push to renegotiate the deal with real verification. What would be your preferred course of action? Base: All Respondents Total Unweighted Base 2159 Weighted Base 2143 Effective Base 1264 Push to renegotiate the deal now requesting improved verification mechanisms 1493 70% Keep the current deal in place and leave the issue alone for now Sigma 650 30% 2143 100%

Page 64 QuickQuery Fielding Period: October 14-18, 2017 HCAPS (Filtered on Registered Voters) Weighted To The U.S. General Adult Population - Propensity 19 Oct 2017 Table 61 CE9 Congress requires the President to certify that Iran is following the nuclear deal on a quarterly basis and can re-impose sanctions on Iran if the President does not certify compliance. The President did not certify compliance. Do you think Congress should impose sanctions on Iran or not? Base: All Respondents Total Unweighted Base 2159 Weighted Base 2143 Effective Base 1264 Yes, Congress should impose sanctions on Iran 1453 68% No, Congress should not impose sanctions on Iran Sigma 690 32% 2143 100%

Page 65 QuickQuery Fielding Period: October 14-18, 2017 HCAPS (Filtered on Registered Voters) Weighted To The U.S. General Adult Population - Propensity 19 Oct 2017 Table 62 CE9A In decertifying the Iran deal, President Trump does not end the deal but Congress then has 60 days in which it can decide whether to end the deal by putting sanctions back on Iran. Do you think President Trump should have certified that Iran was complying with the deal or was he right to not certify that they were complying? Base: All Respondents Total Unweighted Base 2159 Weighted Base 2143 Effective Base 1264 President Trump was right to not certify that Iran was complying 1098 51% President Trump should have certified that Iran was complying 1045 49% Sigma 2143 100%

Page 66 QuickQuery Fielding Period: October 14-18, 2017 HCAPS (Filtered on Registered Voters) Weighted To The U.S. General Adult Population - Propensity 19 Oct 2017 Table 63 CE13 Do you feel that Democratic leaders in Congress represent your views, are farther to the left than your views, or are farther to the right than your views? Base: Democrat Total Unweighted Base 740 Weighted Base 778 Effective Base 428 Democratic leaders are farther to the left than my views 130 17% Democratic leaders represent my views 544 70% Democratic leaders are farther to the right than my views 104 13% Sigma 778 100%

Page 67 QuickQuery Fielding Period: October 14-18, 2017 HCAPS (Filtered on Registered Voters) Weighted To The U.S. General Adult Population - Propensity 19 Oct 2017 Table 64 CE14 Do you feel that Democratic leaders in Congress are working to unite the party or are they dividing the party? Base: Democrat Total Unweighted Base 740 Weighted Base 778 Effective Base 428 Democratic leaders are working to unite the party 610 78% Democratic leaders are dividing the party 168 22% Sigma 778 100%

Page 68 QuickQuery Fielding Period: October 14-18, 2017 HCAPS (Filtered on Registered Voters) Weighted To The U.S. General Adult Population - Propensity 19 Oct 2017 Table 65 CE15 Do you support or oppose movements within the Democratic Party to take it even further to the left and oppose the current Democratic leaders? Base: Democrat Total Unweighted Base 740 Weighted Base 778 Effective Base 428 Support 408 52% Oppose 369 48% Sigma 778 100%

Page 69 QuickQuery Fielding Period: October 14-18, 2017 HCAPS (Filtered on Registered Voters) Weighted To The U.S. General Adult Population - Propensity 19 Oct 2017 Table 66 CE16 Do you think these left-leaning movements will help, hurt, or have no effect on the chances of Democrats to win the next elections? Base: Democrat Total Unweighted Base 740 Weighted Base 778 Effective Base 428 Help 225 29% Hurt 308 40% Have no effect 244 31% Sigma 778 100%

Page 70 QuickQuery Fielding Period: October 14-18, 2017 HCAPS (Filtered on Registered Voters) Weighted To The U.S. General Adult Population - Propensity 19 Oct 2017 Table 67 CE22 Do you think the Democrat leaders in Congress are in touch or out of touch with Democrat voters? Base: Democrat Total Unweighted Base 740 Weighted Base 778 Effective Base 428 In touch 470 60% Out of touch 307 40% Sigma 778 100%

Page 71 QuickQuery Fielding Period: October 14-18, 2017 HCAPS (Filtered on Registered Voters) Weighted To The U.S. General Adult Population - Propensity 19 Oct 2017 Table 68 CE17 Who is the leader of the Democratic Party now? Base: Democrat Total Unweighted Base 740 Weighted Base 778 Effective Base 428 Nancy Pelosi 172 22% Chuck Schumer 123 16% Hillary Clinton 57 7% Bernie Sanders 48 6% Elizabeth Warren 38 5% Barrack Obama 36 5% Someone else 85 11% No one 218 28% Sigma 778 100%

Page 72 QuickQuery Fielding Period: October 14-18, 2017 HCAPS (Filtered on Registered Voters) Weighted To The U.S. General Adult Population - Propensity 19 Oct 2017 Table 69 CE18 Do you feel that Republican leaders in Congress represent your views, are farther to the left than your views or are farther to the right than your views? Base: Republican Total Unweighted Base 590 Weighted Base 677 Effective Base 382 Republican leaders are farther to the left than my views 268 40% Republican leaders represent my views 265 39% Republican leaders are farther to the right than my views 144 21% Sigma 677 100%

Page 73 QuickQuery Fielding Period: October 14-18, 2017 HCAPS (Filtered on Registered Voters) Weighted To The U.S. General Adult Population - Propensity 19 Oct 2017 Table 70 CE19 Do you feel that Republican leaders in Congress are working to unite the party or are they dividing the party? Base: Republican Total Unweighted Base 590 Weighted Base 677 Effective Base 382 Republican leaders are dividing the party 463 68% Republican leaders are working to unite the party 214 32% Sigma 677 100%

Page 74 QuickQuery Fielding Period: October 14-18, 2017 HCAPS (Filtered on Registered Voters) Weighted To The U.S. General Adult Population - Propensity 19 Oct 2017 Table 71 CE20 Do you support or oppose movements within the Republican Party to take it even further to the right and oppose the current Republican leaders? Base: Republican Total Unweighted Base 590 Weighted Base 677 Effective Base 382 Support 346 51% Oppose 331 49% Sigma 677 100%

Page 75 QuickQuery Fielding Period: October 14-18, 2017 HCAPS (Filtered on Registered Voters) Weighted To The U.S. General Adult Population - Propensity 19 Oct 2017 Table 72 CE21 Do you think these right-leaning movements will help, hurt, or have no effect on the chances of Republicans to win the next elections? Base: Republican Total Unweighted Base 590 Weighted Base 677 Effective Base 382 Help 209 31% Hurt 284 42% Have no effect 184 27% Sigma 677 100%

Page 76 QuickQuery Fielding Period: October 14-18, 2017 HCAPS (Filtered on Registered Voters) Weighted To The U.S. General Adult Population - Propensity 19 Oct 2017 Table 73 CE22A Do you think the Republican leaders in Congress are in touch or out of touch with Republican voters? Base: Republican Total Unweighted Base 590 Weighted Base 677 Effective Base 382 Out of touch 512 76% In touch 165 24% Sigma 677 100%

Page 77 QuickQuery Fielding Period: October 14-18, 2017 HCAPS (Filtered on Registered Voters) Weighted To The U.S. General Adult Population - Propensity 19 Oct 2017 Table 74 CE23 Do you think Mitch McConnell should stay on or resign as majority leader? Base: Republican Total Unweighted Base 590 Weighted Base 677 Effective Base 382 Resign 380 56% Stay on 297 44% Sigma 677 100%

Page 78 QuickQuery Fielding Period: October 14-18, 2017 HCAPS (Filtered on Registered Voters) Weighted To The U.S. General Adult Population - Propensity 19 Oct 2017 Table 75 CE24 Do you support or oppose Steve Bannon's movement to oust Republicans who fail to support tax cuts, tough immigration policies, and the repeal of Obamacare? Base: Republican Total Unweighted Base 590 Weighted Base 677 Effective Base 382 Support 416 61% Oppose 261 39% Sigma 677 100%

Page 79 QuickQuery Fielding Period: October 14-18, 2017 HCAPS (Filtered on Registered Voters) Weighted To The U.S. General Adult Population - Propensity 19 Oct 2017 Table 76 CE25 Do you think Steve Bannon's movement will make the Republican Party stronger or weaker? Base: Republican Total Unweighted Base 590 Weighted Base 677 Effective Base 382 Stronger 382 56% Weaker 295 44% Sigma 677 100%

Page 80 QuickQuery Fielding Period: October 14-18, 2017 HCAPS (Filtered on Registered Voters) Weighted To The U.S. General Adult Population - Propensity 19 Oct 2017 Table 77 CE26 Who is the leader of the Republican Party now? Base: Republican Total Unweighted Base 590 Weighted Base 677 Effective Base 382 Donald Trump 267 39% Paul Ryan 107 16% Mitch McConnell 103 15% Steve Bannon 15 2% Mitt Romney 8 1% Sarah Palin 1 * George W. Bush * * Someone else 28 4% No one 148 22% Sigma 677 100%

Page 81 QuickQuery Fielding Period: October 14-18, 2017 HCAPS (Filtered on Registered Voters) Weighted To The U.S. General Adult Population - Propensity 19 Oct 2017 Table 78 CE27 Thinking now about the Trump administration's response to this season's hurricanes and natural disasters, do you think the Trump administration handled the response to Hurricane Maria and its impact on the island of Puerto Rico better, worse, or the same as its response to other disasters? Base: All Respondents Total Unweighted Base 2159 Weighted Base 2143 Effective Base 1264 Better 340 16% Worse 1084 51% The same Sigma 719 34% 2143 100%

Page 82 QuickQuery Fielding Period: October 14-18, 2017 HCAPS (Filtered on Registered Voters) Weighted To The U.S. General Adult Population - Propensity 19 Oct 2017 Table 79 CE28 Do you believe that the recent shooting in Las Vegas could have been prevented by stronger gun sale regulations? Base: All Respondents Total Unweighted Base 2159 Weighted Base 2143 Effective Base 1264 Yes 934 44% No 1209 56% Sigma 2143 100%

Page 83 QuickQuery Fielding Period: October 14-18, 2017 HCAPS (Filtered on Registered Voters) Weighted To The U.S. General Adult Population - Propensity 19 Oct 2017 Table 80 CE29a Should NFL Players stand for the national anthem at games or should they be allowed to kneel or protest during the national anthem? Base: All Respondents Total Unweighted Base 2159 Weighted Base 2143 Effective Base 1264 NFL players should stand for the national anthem 1228 57% NFL players should be allowed to kneel or protest during the national anthem 915 43% Sigma 2143 100%

Page 84 QuickQuery Fielding Period: October 14-18, 2017 HCAPS (Filtered on Registered Voters) Weighted To The U.S. General Adult Population - Propensity 19 Oct 2017 Table 81 CE30a Do you support or oppose allowing businesses to form groups that can solicit healthcare bids from insurance companies in many states? Base: All Respondents Total Unweighted Base 2159 Weighted Base 2143 Effective Base 1264 Support 1479 69% Oppose 664 31% Sigma 2143 100%

Page 85 QuickQuery Fielding Period: October 14-18, 2017 HCAPS (Filtered on Registered Voters) Weighted To The U.S. General Adult Population - Propensity 19 Oct 2017 Table 82 CE31x1 The Obama administration was paying $7 billion a year in subsidies. Do you support or oppose the $7 billion in subsidies that the Obama administration was paying the insurance companies in addition to the individual subsidies to people receive? Base: All Respondents Total Unweighted Base 2159 Weighted Base 2143 Effective Base 1264 Support 1088 51% Oppose 1055 49% Sigma 2143 100%

Page 86 QuickQuery Fielding Period: October 14-18, 2017 HCAPS (Filtered on Registered Voters) Weighted To The U.S. General Adult Population - Propensity 19 Oct 2017 Table 83 CE32 Do you support or oppose a tax plan that would increase the standard deduction, reduce the rates, cut some deductions, reduce business taxes and encourage companies to bring home their off-shore profits? Base: All Respondents Total Unweighted Base 2159 Weighted Base 2143 Effective Base 1264 Support 1481 69% Oppose 662 31% Sigma 2143 100%

Page 87 QuickQuery Fielding Period: October 14-18, 2017 HCAPS (Filtered on Registered Voters) Weighted To The U.S. General Adult Population - Propensity 19 Oct 2017 Table 84 CE33 Do you think state and local taxes should be deductible or not deductible? Base: All Respondents Total Unweighted Base 2159 Weighted Base 2143 Effective Base 1264 Deductible 1687 79% Not deductible Sigma 456 21% 2143 100%

Page 88 QuickQuery Fielding Period: October 14-18, 2017 HCAPS (Filtered on Registered Voters) Weighted To The U.S. General Adult Population - Propensity 19 Oct 2017 Table 85 CE33a Would you favor keeping the deduction of state and local taxes or would you trade that deduction in for lower rates? Base: All Respondents Total Unweighted Base 2159 Weighted Base 2143 Effective Base 1264 Favor trading the deduction for lower rates 1101 51% Favor keeping the deduction of state and local taxes 1042 49% Sigma 2143 100%

Page 89 QuickQuery Fielding Period: October 14-18, 2017 HCAPS (Filtered on Registered Voters) Weighted To The U.S. General Adult Population - Propensity 19 Oct 2017 Table 86 CE34a Do you support or oppose what President Trump is doing against Iran? Base: All Respondents Total Unweighted Base 2159 Weighted Base 2143 Effective Base 1264 Support 1090 51% Oppose 1053 49% Sigma 2143 100%

Page 90 QuickQuery Fielding Period: October 14-18, 2017 HCAPS (Filtered on Registered Voters) Weighted To The U.S. General Adult Population - Propensity 19 Oct 2017 Table 87 CE35a Do you support or oppose what President Trump is doing on healthcare? Base: All Respondents Total Unweighted Base 2159 Weighted Base 2143 Effective Base 1264 Support 897 42% Oppose 1246 58% Sigma 2143 100%

Page 91 QuickQuery Fielding Period: October 14-18, 2017 HCAPS (Filtered on Registered Voters) Weighted To The U.S. General Adult Population - Propensity 19 Oct 2017 Table 88 CE36a Do you support or oppose what President Trump is doing on taxes? Base: All Respondents Total Unweighted Base 2159 Weighted Base 2143 Effective Base 1264 Support 1009 47% Oppose 1134 53% Sigma 2143 100%

Page 92 QuickQuery Fielding Period: October 14-18, 2017 HCAPS (Filtered on Registered Voters) Weighted To The U.S. General Adult Population - Propensity 19 Oct 2017 Table 89 CE37 Do you think sexual abuse is widespread in Hollywood or are there just a few bad individuals like Harvey Weinstein? Base: All Respondents Total Unweighted Base 2159 Weighted Base 2143 Effective Base 1264 Sexual abuse is widespread in Hollywood 1502 70% There are just a few bad individuals in Hollywood, like Harvey Weinstein 641 30% Sigma 2143 100%

Page 234 QuickQuery Fielding Period: October 14-18, 2017 HCAPS (Filtered on Registered Voters) Weighted To The U.S. General Adult Population - Propensity 19 Oct 2017 Table 231 Q398_1 Next, we have a few employment and economic questions. Are you employed full time for pay with an organization/organization or company? Base: Ask Sequential Employment Total Unweighted Base 2159 Weighted Base 2143 Effective Base 1264 Yes 963 45% No 1180 55% Sigma 2143 100%

Page 235 QuickQuery Fielding Period: October 14-18, 2017 HCAPS (Filtered on Registered Voters) Weighted To The U.S. General Adult Population - Propensity 19 Oct 2017 Table 232 Q398_2 Next, we have a few employment and economic questions. Are you employed part time for pay with an organization/organization or company? Base: Ask Sequential Employment Total Unweighted Base 2159 Weighted Base 2143 Effective Base 1264 Yes 332 15% No 1811 85% Sigma 2143 100%

Page 236 QuickQuery Fielding Period: October 14-18, 2017 HCAPS (Filtered on Registered Voters) Weighted To The U.S. General Adult Population - Propensity 19 Oct 2017 Table 233 Q398_3 Next, we have a few employment and economic questions. Are you self-employed full time? Base: Ask Sequential Employment Total Unweighted Base 2159 Weighted Base 2143 Effective Base 1264 Yes 163 8% No 1980 92% Sigma 2143 100%

Page 237 QuickQuery Fielding Period: October 14-18, 2017 HCAPS (Filtered on Registered Voters) Weighted To The U.S. General Adult Population - Propensity 19 Oct 2017 Table 234 Q398_4 Next, we have a few employment and economic questions. Are you self-employed part time? Base: Ask Sequential Employment Total Unweighted Base 2159 Weighted Base 2143 Effective Base 1264 Yes 179 8% No 1964 92% Sigma 2143 100%

Page 238 QuickQuery Fielding Period: October 14-18, 2017 HCAPS (Filtered on Registered Voters) Weighted To The U.S. General Adult Population - Propensity 19 Oct 2017 Table 235 Q402 Which of the following best describes your current situation? Base: Not At All Employed Total Unweighted Base 958 Weighted Base 776 Effective Base 525 Looking for work 115 15% Not looking for work 477 61% Unable to work due to a disability or illness 185 24% Sigma 776 100%

Page 239 QuickQuery Fielding Period: October 14-18, 2017 HCAPS (Filtered on Registered Voters) Weighted To The U.S. General Adult Population - Propensity 19 Oct 2017 Table 236 Q404 Do any of the following describe you? Base: Ask Sequential Employment Total Unweighted Base 2159 Weighted Base 2143 Effective Base 1264 Retired and collecting retirement benefits/pension 481 22% A stay-at-home spouse or partner 217 10% A student 157 7% None of these 1307 61% Sigma 2162 101%

Page 240 QuickQuery Fielding Period: October 14-18, 2017 HCAPS (Filtered on Registered Voters) Weighted To The U.S. General Adult Population - Propensity 19 Oct 2017 Table 237 Q406 What is your employment status? Base: All Respondents Total Unweighted Base 2159 Weighted Base 2143 Effective Base 1264 Employed full time 1077 50% Employed part time 450 21% Self-employed full time 163 8% Not employed, but looking for work 115 5% Not employed and not looking for work 477 22% Not employed, unable to work due to a disability or illness 185 9% Retired 481 22% Student 157 7% Stay-at-home spouse or partner 217 10% Self-employed part time 179 8% Sigma 3501 163%

Page 241 QuickQuery Fielding Period: October 14-18, 2017 HCAPS (Filtered on Registered Voters) Weighted To The U.S. General Adult Population - Propensity 19 Oct 2017 Table 238 Q410 Which one of the following best describes your employment status? Base: 18 Years Old Or Older And (Single Employment Item Selected And More Than 1 Valid Code From Q406) Total Unweighted Base 2159 Weighted Base 2143 Effective Base 1264 Employed full time 942 44% Employed part time 186 9% Self-employed full time Not employed, but looking for work 99 5% 102 5% Not employed and not looking for work 27 1% Not employed, unable to work due to a disability or illness 124 6% Retired 397 19% Student 47 2% Stay-at-home spouse or partner 132 6% Self-employed part time 87 4% Sigma 2143 100%

Page 242 QuickQuery Fielding Period: October 14-18, 2017 HCAPS (Filtered on Registered Voters) Weighted To The U.S. General Adult Population - Propensity 19 Oct 2017 Table 239 D5 The organization you work for is in which of the following? Base: Employed FT/PT Total Unweighted Base 978 Weighted Base 1128 Effective Base 622 Public sector 416 37% Private sector 484 43% Not-for-profit 122 11% Other 47 4% Don't know 59 5% Sigma 1128 100%

Page 243 QuickQuery Fielding Period: October 14-18, 2017 HCAPS (Filtered on Registered Voters) Weighted To The U.S. General Adult Population - Propensity 19 Oct 2017 Table 240 D6 Is anyone in your household a member of a labor union? Base: All Respondents Total Unweighted Base 2159 Weighted Base 2143 Effective Base 1264 I am a member of a labor union 187 9% Someone else in my household is a member of a labor union 126 6% Both me and another member of my household are members of a labor union 35 2% No one in my household is a member of a labor union 1724 80% Decline to state Sigma 71 3% 2143 100%

Page 244 QuickQuery Fielding Period: October 14-18, 2017 HCAPS (Filtered on Registered Voters) Weighted To The U.S. General Adult Population - Propensity 19 Oct 2017 Table 241 Q2146 What is the highest level of education you have completed or the highest degree you have received? Base: All Respondents Total Unweighted Base 2159 Weighted Base 2143 Effective Base 1264 Less than high school 28 1% Completed some high school 113 5% High school graduate or equivalent (e.g., GED) 360 17% Job-specific training programs after high school 77 4% Completed some college, but no degree 506 24% Associate's degree 290 14% College graduate (e.g., B.A., A.B., B.S.) 410 19% Completed some graduate school, but no degree 72 3% Completed graduate school (e.g., M.S., M.D., Ph.D.) Sigma 286 13% 2143 100%

Page 245 QuickQuery Fielding Period: October 14-18, 2017 HCAPS (Filtered on Registered Voters) Weighted To The U.S. General Adult Population - Propensity 19 Oct 2017 Table 242 Q2135 What is your marital status? Base: All Respondents Total Unweighted Base 2159 Weighted Base 2143 Effective Base 1264 Married or civil union 1072 50% Single, never married 555 26% Divorced 268 12% Separated 22 1% Widowed/Widower 122 6% Living with partner 105 5% Sigma 2143 100%

Page 246 QuickQuery Fielding Period: October 14-18, 2017 HCAPS (Filtered on Registered Voters) Weighted To The U.S. General Adult Population - Propensity 19 Oct 2017 Table 243 D9 How many children live in your household? Base: All Respondents Total Unweighted Base 2159 Weighted Base 2143 Effective Base 1264 None 1292 60% One 349 16% Two 328 15% Three 120 6% Four or more Sigma 53 2% 2143 100%

Page 247 QuickQuery Fielding Period: October 14-18, 2017 HCAPS (Filtered on Registered Voters) Weighted To The U.S. General Adult Population - Propensity 19 Oct 2017 Table 244 M12 Which best describes your political ideology? Base: All Respondents Total Unweighted Base 2159 Weighted Base 2143 Effective Base 1264 Strong/Lean Liberal (Net) 575 27% Strong liberal 294 14% Lean liberal 280 13% Moderate 882 41% Strong/Lean Conservative (Net) 686 32% Lean conservative 351 16% Strong conservative 335 16% Sigma 2143 100%

Page 248 QuickQuery Fielding Period: October 14-18, 2017 HCAPS (Filtered on Registered Voters) Weighted To The U.S. General Adult Population - Propensity 19 Oct 2017 Table 245 M13 Do you think of yourself as fiscally liberal or conservative? Base: All Respondents Total Unweighted Base 2159 Weighted Base 2143 Effective Base 1264 Fiscally conservative 995 46% Fiscally liberal 363 17% Do not lean one way or the other 785 37% Sigma 2143 100%

Page 249 QuickQuery Fielding Period: October 14-18, 2017 HCAPS (Filtered on Registered Voters) Weighted To The U.S. General Adult Population - Propensity 19 Oct 2017 Table 246 M14 Do you think of yourself as socially liberal or conservative? Base: All Respondents Total Unweighted Base 2159 Weighted Base 2143 Effective Base 1264 Socially conservative 770 36% Socially liberal 738 34% Do not lean one way or the other 635 30% Sigma 2143 100%

Page 250 QuickQuery Fielding Period: October 14-18, 2017 HCAPS (Filtered on Registered Voters) Weighted To The U.S. General Adult Population - Propensity 19 Oct 2017 Table 247 S3 Some people had the chance to vote in this year's presidential election on November 8, 2016. Others did not. Did you vote in November's presidential election? Base: All Respondents Total Unweighted Base 2159 Weighted Base 2143 Effective Base 1264 Yes 1839 86% No 304 14% Sigma 2143 100%

Page 251 QuickQuery Fielding Period: October 14-18, 2017 HCAPS (Filtered on Registered Voters) Weighted To The U.S. General Adult Population - Propensity 19 Oct 2017 Table 248 S4 Confidentially and for statistical purposes only which candidate did you vote for in the general election on Nov. 8, 2016? Base: Voted In Presidential Election Total Unweighted Base 1873 Weighted Base 1839 Effective Base 1119 Hillary Clinton 818 44% Donald Trump 777 42% Gary Johnson 67 4% Jill Stein 27 1% Other 62 3% Prefer not to answer 87 5% Sigma 1839 100%

Page 252 QuickQuery Fielding Period: October 14-18, 2017 HCAPS (Filtered on Registered Voters) Weighted To The U.S. General Adult Population - Propensity 19 Oct 2017 Table 249 S4A In casting your vote, what was most important to you - the candidate's likeability or their stand on the issues? Base: Voted In Presidential Election Total Unweighted Base 1873 Weighted Base 1839 Effective Base 1119 Their stand on the issues 1634 89% Likeability Sigma 205 11% 1839 100%

Page 253 QuickQuery Fielding Period: October 14-18, 2017 HCAPS (Filtered on Registered Voters) Weighted To The U.S. General Adult Population - Propensity 19 Oct 2017 Table 250 D10 Are you registered to vote at your present address? Base: All Respondents Total Unweighted Base 2159 Weighted Base 2143 Effective Base 1264 Yes 1920 90% No 160 7% Not Sure Sigma 63 3% 2143 100%

Page 254 QuickQuery Fielding Period: October 14-18, 2017 HCAPS (Filtered on Registered Voters) Weighted To The U.S. General Adult Population - Propensity 19 Oct 2017 Table 251 D11 What is your religion? Base: All Respondents Total Unweighted Base 2159 Weighted Base 2143 Effective Base 1264 Evangelical Protestant 242 11% Non-Evangelical Protestant 221 10% Roman Catholic 520 24% Mormon Other Christian 25 1% 473 22% Jewish 63 3% Muslim 8 * Hindu 6 * Buddhist 26 1% Atheist/Agnostic 287 13% Other 272 13% Sigma 2143 100%

Page 255 QuickQuery Fielding Period: October 14-18, 2017 HCAPS (Filtered on Registered Voters) Weighted To The U.S. General Adult Population - Propensity 19 Oct 2017 Table 252 D12 How often do you attend religion services, events, or gatherings? Base: All Respondents Total Unweighted Base 2159 Weighted Base 2143 Effective Base 1264 Daily 37 2% Weekly 513 24% A few times per month 190 9% Once a month 203 9% Almost never 1199 56% Sigma 2143 100%

Page 256 QuickQuery Fielding Period: October 14-18, 2017 HCAPS (Filtered on Registered Voters) Weighted To The U.S. General Adult Population - Propensity 19 Oct 2017 Table 253 D13 How important or unimportant is religion in your life? Base: All Respondents Total Unweighted Base 2159 Weighted Base 2143 Effective Base 1264 Very/Somewhat Important (Net) 1416 66% Very important 786 37% Somewhat important 630 29% Very/Somewhat Unimportant (Net) 727 34% Somewhat unimportant 294 14% Very unimportant 433 20% Sigma 2143 100%

Page 257 QuickQuery Fielding Period: October 14-18, 2017 HCAPS (Filtered on Registered Voters) Weighted To The U.S. General Adult Population - Propensity 19 Oct 2017 Table 254 D14 Does anyone in your household own a gun? Base: All Respondents Total Unweighted Base 2159 Weighted Base 2143 Effective Base 1264 Yes 729 34% No 1413 66% Sigma 2143 100%

Page 258 QuickQuery Fielding Period: October 14-18, 2017 HCAPS (Filtered on Registered Voters) Weighted To The U.S. General Adult Population - Propensity 19 Oct 2017 Table 255 Q2145 Which of the following best describes your current primary residence? I/We live in... Base: All Respondents Total Unweighted Base 2159 Weighted Base 2143 Effective Base 1264 A house that I/we own 1274 59% An apartment or condominium that I/we own 106 5% Another type of home that I/ we own 41 2% A house that I/we rent or lease 322 15% An apartment or condominium that I/we rent or lease 324 15% Another type of home that I/ we rent or lease 34 2% None of these 43 2% Sigma 2143 100%

Page 259 QuickQuery Fielding Period: October 14-18, 2017 HCAPS (Filtered on Registered Voters) Weighted To The U.S. General Adult Population - Propensity 19 Oct 2017 Table 256 D16 Do you live in a suburban, urban, or rural area? Base: All Respondents Total Unweighted Base 2159 Weighted Base 2143 Effective Base 1264 Urban Suburban 567 26% 1128 53% Rural 448 21% Sigma 2143 100%

Page 260 QuickQuery Fielding Period: October 14-18, 2017 HCAPS (Filtered on Registered Voters) Weighted To The U.S. General Adult Population - Propensity 19 Oct 2017 Table 257 D18 Are you a Citizen of the United States? Base: All Respondents Total Unweighted Base 2159 Weighted Base 2143 Effective Base 1264 Yes 2126 99% No Sigma 17 1% 2143 100%

Page 261 QuickQuery Fielding Period: October 14-18, 2017 HCAPS (Filtered on Registered Voters) Weighted To The U.S. General Adult Population - Propensity 19 Oct 2017 Table 258 HO1 Do you have health insurance? Base: All Respondents Total Unweighted Base 2159 Weighted Base 2143 Effective Base 1264 Yes 1979 92% No 163 8% Sigma 2143 100%

Page 262 QuickQuery Fielding Period: October 14-18, 2017 HCAPS (Filtered on Registered Voters) Weighted To The U.S. General Adult Population - Propensity 19 Oct 2017 Table 259 HO2 How did you acquire your health insurance? Base: Has Health Insurance Total Unweighted Base 1994 Weighted Base 1979 Effective Base 1176 Through my work or my spouse's work 1047 53% Through a union, guild, or organization 47 2% Through a government program (e.g. Medicare, Medicaid, Obamacare, state program) 716 36% I purchased my own 169 9% Sigma 1979 100%

Page 263 QuickQuery Fielding Period: October 14-18, 2017 HCAPS (Filtered on Registered Voters) Weighted To The U.S. General Adult Population - Propensity 19 Oct 2017 Table 260 D19 Have any members of your household signed up for health insurance through Healthcare.gov and the Affordable Care Act? Base: All Respondents Total Unweighted Base 2159 Weighted Base 2143 Effective Base 1264 Yes, I have 246 11% Another member of my household has 118 5% Multiple people in my household have 51 2% No one in my household has Decline to state Sigma 1652 77% 76 4% 2143 100%

Page 264 QuickQuery Fielding Period: October 14-18, 2017 HCAPS (Filtered on Registered Voters) Weighted To The U.S. General Adult Population - Propensity 19 Oct 2017 Table 261 Q2157 Which of the following income categories best describes your total 2016 household income before taxes? Base: All Respondents Total Unweighted Base 2159 Weighted Base 2143 Effective Base 1264 Less than $15,000 156 7% $15,000 to $24,999 166 8% $25,000 to $34,999 176 8% $35,000 to $49,999 251 12% $50,000 to $74,999 363 17% $75,000 to $99,999 279 13% $100,000 to $124,999 252 12% $125,000 to $149,999 135 6% $150,000 to $199,999 140 7% $200,000 to $249,999 49 2% $250,000 or more 40 2% Decline to answer 136 6%

Sigma 2143 100%

Page 265 QuickQuery Fielding Period: October 14-18, 2017 HCAPS (Filtered on Registered Voters) Weighted To The U.S. General Adult Population - Propensity 19 Oct 2017 Table 262 CA1 Which carrier do you subscribe to for mobile calling and data services? Base: All Respondents Total Unweighted Base 2159 Weighted Base 2143 Effective Base 1264 Verizon 556 26% AT&T 548 26% T-Mobile 239 11% Sprint 190 9% TracFone 109 5% MetroPCS 91 4% Cricket 69 3% Consumer Cellular 53 2% Straight Talk 47 2% Boost Mobile 47 2% Virgin Mobile 27 1% US Cellular 16 1%

Walmart FamilyMobile 6 * Net10 4 * Other 64 3% N/A - Don't subscribe to mobile calling and data services 76 4%

Page 266 QuickQuery Fielding Period: October 14-18, 2017 HCAPS (Filtered on Registered Voters) Weighted To The U.S. General Adult Population - Propensity 19 Oct 2017 Table 262 CA1 Which carrier do you subscribe to for mobile calling and data services? Base: All Respondents Total Weighted Base 2143 Sigma 2143 100%

Page 267 QuickQuery Fielding Period: October 14-18, 2017 HCAPS (Filtered on Registered Voters) Weighted To The U.S. General Adult Population - Propensity 19 Oct 2017 Table 263 CA2 Which internet service provider do you subscribe to for internet connectivity in your home? Base: All Respondents Total Unweighted Base 2159 Weighted Base 2143 Effective Base 1264 Comcast 424 20% AT&T 423 20% Time Warner Cable 284 13% Verizon 182 9% CenturyLink 130 6% Charter 108 5% Cox Cable Communications 82 4% Frontier 71 3% Cablevision 47 2% Bright House 31 1% Windstream 17 1% Suddenlink 14 1%

Mediacom 12 1% Cincinnati Bell 12 1% Other N/A - Don't subscribe to internet connectivity Sigma 211 10% 95 4% 2143 100%

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