A new survey conducted by Whitman Insight Strategies and MRC Data in collaboration with DISQO measured the intersection of entertainment, influence and politics among 1,103 possible voters.
According to a new survey of American voters, Tom Hanks, Dwayne Johnson, Oprah Winfrey and LeBron James have been Have the most trusted opinions on social issues. NBA star James was also recommended for his best efforts to raise the public’s awareness and motivation of voting for the general population and Generation Z voters, and for having the most trustworthy views among black voters.
The survey conducted by Whitman Insight Strategies and MRC Data in cooperation with DISQO surveyed 1,103 possible voters across the United States from October 8 to 1
For a long time, people have been evaluating the influence of celebrities to determine the influence of celebrities using their platforms to reveal problems or persuade the public in one way or another. When elected leaders responded to the viral pandemic and called for racial and social justice in the context of a fierce election cycle, this new study was in a period of cultural and political divergence in the United States. At the same time that celebrities voted widely, not even unprecedentedly, it also followed. Whitman and MRC Data Researchers asked voters to point out their most trusted opinions and point out issues that they hope celebrities can solve, such as COVID-19, racial justice, healthcare, climate change, women’s rights, Income equality and LGBTQ equality.
Overall, 12% of voters reported that entertainers or athletes influenced their views on the election. Black voters (28%), Hispanic/Latino voters (20%), LGBTQ (17%), Generation Z, and Millennials (both 17%) are more influential. Among Republican voters, Democratic voters are more likely to be influenced by athletes or entertainers than 17% to 9% of Republican voters. Among all voters, 36% said that James did the most to raise awareness and inspire people to vote. Taylor Swift (Taylor Swift) ranked second with 13%, Johnson (9%) and Winfrey (6%). Cardi B, Beyoncé and Colin Kaepernick each accounted for 5%. James (22%), Swift (18%), Beyoncé and Cardi B (8%) all made Gen Z voters vacillate, but Kanye West (Kanye West) took 11% Enter this age group. Swift’s positive influence among voters occurred during the year when the superstar singer-songwriter had been using its huge platform (87.3M on Twitter) to speak out on political issues.
When asked about the name of the person most trusted in political or social issues in the United States, Hanks ranked first among voters with a turnout rate of 49%. Followed by Johnson (45%), Winfrey (38%) and James (32%). Subdivided by Democratic voters, the results are similar to Winfrey (55%), Hanks (53%), Johnson (47%) and James (44%).
Trump’s vocal supporter Rocker Kid Rock recently appeared as the President’s special guest in last week’s debate and won the most influential voice of Republican voters with 46% of the vote. Followed by Ted Nugent (43%), Hanks (42%) and Johnson (41%).
Among Gen Z voters, the most trusted Emmy Award winner Zendaya ranked first with 59% of votes, followed by Beyoncé (56%), Johnson (51%), James (43%) , Winfrey (40%) and John Legend (40%). Black voters trust James (67%), Winfrey (55%), Kaepernick (54%) and Leon (53%). LGBTQ voters chose Lady Gaga (45%), followed by Winfrey (43%), Johnson (37%) and Beyoncé (36%).
James has previously stated that contact with black voters is his main goal in the election.in a New York Times The superstar of the Los Angeles Lakers said he will focus on voting rights organization More Than Vote to combat systematic racism in polls. “We think that black people, our community, we have gotten rid of our civic duty. We have been misled for many years. I am in a position where I can educate people and I can educate people about this by “not just voting” The importance of movement and the importance of civic responsibility.”
Johnson became famous as an influential voice because the WWE legend became a box office superstar. He announced on social media in September that he would support Joe Biden, the first time when Kamala Harris ticketed A political candidate was formally and publicly recognized. In Whitman’s Insight Strategy and MRC data polls, he also ranked first in popularity. 74% of the people surveyed believed that he was consistent with Hanks (long known as the most handsome man in Hollywood) . The top ten most favorable names: Reese Witherspoon, Alicia Keys, Leonardo DiCaprio, Neil Patrick Harris, John Leonde, Dr. Anthony Fauci, Robert De Niro and Chris Evans. The lowest ranked are Trump (57%), Kylie Jenner (49%), Kanye West (55%), Mitch McConnell (52%) and Kim Kardashian (56%) received the most unfavorable votes.
When asked who the election will vote for on the day the survey is completed, 54% of the respondents said they would vote for Joe Biden, while 42% said Donald Trump president. Only 3% have yet to decide. As early voting across the country continues to reach record numbers, the survey found that 59% of voters said they participated in this round of elections more actively than in 2016, Democrats (63%), Republicans (56%) and Generation Z (70%)) All reports have increased participation.
A survey question investigated President Trump’s favorability towards Dr. Anthony Fauci. The senior immunologist has been the dean of the American Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases since 1984 and a member of the White House Coronavirus Task Force, but found that his work and recommendations are often criticized by the President. According to the survey results, Fauci was considered favorable by 62% of respondents, compared with 42% for Trump. Also unpopular: Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett was rejected by 39% of voters, making her the most unpopular since Robert Bork in 1987 Welcome court nominee. Bock was nominated by the then President Ronald Reagan, but the Democratic control rejected the bid.
In terms of issues, 75% of voters expressed their desire to see entertainers use its platform to solve social and political issues, especially the COVID-19 pandemic, voting and racial justice issues in the United States. However, in terms of political parties, these figures have changed, with 93% of Democrats expressing their willingness to accept, while only 54% of Republicans. The survey also polled voters on a lively Hollywood topic: Should celebrities use award shows to deliver acceptance speeches on political topics? 62% of Democrats voted yes, while Republicans voted 29%. Gen Z, Millennials, Black/African American, Hispanic/Latino, Asian American and LGBTQ voters agreed with majority, and the turnout rate in each category exceeded 60%.
The survey also showed that fans of specific artists endorsed question-based speeches: Lizzo (74%), Cardi B (73%), Billie Eilish (70%), Beyoncé (67%) and Ariana Grande (63%) to name a few example. Leonardo DiCaprio’s early voting positions on social media proved to be the most “vibrant” for followers among election-related content, followed by Beyoncé, Johnson, and K. Lee Washington and James. Beyoncé shared the voting letter with her 155 million followers on Instagram on October 1. It turns out that they are the most influential among Gen Z voters, 80% of whom said it inspired their vote right.
In another category, researchers asked voters to determine who made the “right decision” on issues such as election participation, COVID-19, racial justice, and climate change. In each category, Biden tops the list, followed by celebrities in each category, but climate change makes the stars closely related to Democrats. Trump and Republicans also underperformed, ranking eighth and ninth respectively in the election, COVID-19 and racial justice categories. The climate change results are slightly better, with Trump ranking seventh in the tenth place, while the Republican Party is eighth in the tenth place.
After the researchers looked at news consumption, they asked voters to determine their preferred news sources. The Democrats chose CNN and got 53% of the votes, while the Republican respondents chose Fox News and got 55% of the votes. Gen Z chose YouTube with 59% overwhelmingly, followed by Google with 58% and Instagram with 54%. Millennial voters choose Google (51%), Facebook (49%) and YouTube (47%).
Finally, the interviewees stated that they are open to companies that have positions on social and political issues, and 65% of the interviewees said that standing up is more important than ever. A total of 51% of the interviewees said that brands should work with well-known speakers who are willing to share their views on social and political issues.