provided the edge for the Biden-Harris ticket in 2020, powered by a surge in new voter registrations. According to the survey, about 84% of LGBTQ Americans are registered to vote, and engaging the LGBTQ community to flock to the polls this November could provide the edge for pro-equality candidates in a number of highly contested races.
Coupled with recent Gallup polling finding that LGBTQ self-identification among U.S. adults is rising, especially among younger generations, the slice of the electorate that LGBTQ voters comprise is likely to become larger and more influential.According to the Voter Pulse Poll, 64% of LGBTQ voters say they “definitely” will vote this November, with 19% saying they “probably” will vote.
Another 13% may or may not vote, while only 4% either probably or definitely will not vote. About 50%, or half of all LGBTQ voters say they are “extremely motivated” to vote in November’s election.When compared to the 2020 election, 48% of LGBTQ voters say they are more motivated to vote in this year’s midterms compared to the presidential election of 2020.
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