Entries by Edison Research

Noteworthy Nuggets from Super Tuesday

The Edison Research exit polls contain a plethora of noteworthy nuggets of information.  Here are a few additional data points from the Super Tuesday Democratic primaries.  The Black and Latino Vote In blog posts after the Democratic contests in South Carolina and Nevada, we’ve wondered how African Americans and Latinos vote would on Super Tuesday. […]

On Super Tuesday “Gaps”

By Sarah Dutton  The New Generation Gap  Those who lived through the 1960s remember well the “Generation Gap” of that era, and for those too young to remember, they have likely read about it in history books. History is repeating itself – at least on this year’s Super Tuesday, as a new political generation gap […]

Edison Research Conducts Exit Polls on Super Tuesday 2020

On Tuesday, March 3, 2020, Edison Research successfully conducted exit polling on behalf of the National Election Pool (NEP). Edison Research interviewed over 25,000 voters at randomly-selected voting sites. Edison Research’s exit polls are used to determine key information from voters, including demographic data, important issues and the “electability” of the various candidates. Edison’s election […]

Two-Thirds of Americans Have at Least One Radio in Their Home

New information from the Infinite Dial 2020® from Edison Research and Triton Digital shows that 68% of all Americans say they have at least one radio in their home. The average home now has 1.5 radios, down from double that number in 2008. The trend over the last 12 years shows a consistent diminution in the hardware unit – the radio receiver – from American homes. In 2008, only 4% […]