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1 Morning Consult National Tracking Poll # February 02-04, 2017 Crosstabulation Results Methodology: This poll was conducted from February 02-04, 2017, among a national sample of 2070 registered voters. The interviews were conducted online and the data were weighted to approximate a target sample of registered voters based on age, race/ethnicity, gender, educational attainment, and region. Results from the full survey have a margin of error of plus or minus 2 percentage points. 1

2 Table Index 1 Table P1: Now, generally speaking, would you say that things in the country are going in the right direction, or have they pretty seriously gotten off on the wrong track? Table Q172: Do you approve or disapprove of the job Donald Trump is doing as President? Table P3: Now, thinking about your vote, what would you say is the top set of issues on your mind when you cast your vote for federal offices such as U.S. Senate or Congress? Table POL1: Do you approve or disapprove of the job the Supreme Court is doing? Table POL2: How much have you seen, read or heard recently about President Trump nominating Judge Neil Gorsuch to ll the vacant seat on the United States Supreme Court? Table POL3: When the Senate votes on Judge Neil Gorsuchs nomination to the Supreme Court, do you think the Senate should vote to con rm him as a Supreme Court Justice, or not? Table POL4: When it comes to voting on Judge Neil Gorsuchs nomination to the Supreme Court, do you think Senators should vote primarily based on Table POL5: Based on what you know, if Judge Neil Gorsuch is con rmed to the Supreme Court, do you think Table POL6: As you may know, Supreme Court nominees typically require 60 votes in the Senate to be con rmed. Do you think Supreme Court nominees should be required to receive 60 votes to be con- rmed, or not? Table POL7: As you may know, some have been discussing changing Senate procedures so Supreme Court nominees will only need 51 votes to be con rmed, instead of the traditional 60 votes. Do you think Table POL8: Which of the following statements comes closest to your view, even if neither is exactly right? Table POL9: As you may know, in 1973 the Supreme Court decided in the Roe v. Wade case that women have a constitutional right to have an abortion, at least within the rst three months of pregnancy. Do you think Table POL10: As you may know, in 2010 the Supreme Court decided in the Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission case that the First Amendment prohibits the government from restricting political speech and spending on elections by a nonpro t corporation. Do you think Table POL11: As you may know, in 2014 the Supreme Court decided in the Burwell v. Hobby Lobby Stores Inc. case that privately held for-pro t corporations can be exempt from regulations that its owners object to based on their religion. Do you think Table POL12_1: As you may know, presidents can issue executive orders, a power granted to them by the Constitution. Executive orders are not reviewed by Congress, have the authority of law and are typically used to direct the various agencies or departments under the president to take certain actions. Here are some executive orders that have been signed by President Trump during his rst weeks in office. For each of the following, please indicate whether you APPROVE or DISAPPROVE of the executive order. An order prohibiting citizens from seven predominantly Muslim countries from being able to enter the United States for 90 days and halting processing of refugees for 120 days

3 National Tracking Poll #170105, February, Table POL12_2: As you may know, presidents can issue executive orders, a power granted to them by the Constitution. Executive orders are not reviewed by Congress, have the authority of law and are typically used to direct the various agencies or departments under the president to take certain actions. Here are some executive orders that have been signed by President Trump during his rst weeks in office. For each of the following, please indicate whether you APPROVE or DISAPPROVE of the executive order. An order requiring federal agencies to cut two existing regulations for every new regulation they implement Table POL13: As you may know, President Trump recently announced he would keep in place workplace protections for the L.B.G.T.Q. individuals that were originally put in place by Former President Barack Obama. The protections include prohibiting discrimination based on sexual orientation or gender identity in the federal workforce and for federal government contractors. Do you approve or disapprove of President Trumps decision to keep in place these orders? Table POL14: How much have you seen, read or heard recently about Black History Month? Table POL15: As you may know, February is Black History Month. Do you think the federal government does too much, too little or about the right amount when it comes to recognizing Black History Month? Table POL16: As you may know, one of President Trumps central campaign promises was to Make America Great Again. About how long does he have to ll this promise to Make America Great Again? Table POL17: Should religious organizations, such as churches or houses of worship endorse candidates for elected office, or not? Table POL18: As you may know, the Johnson Amendment is a provision in the U.S. tax code that prohibits tax-exempt groups, such as churches or houses of worship, from engaging in political activity, such as supporting or opposing candidates for elected office. Do you think tax exempt groups, such as churches or houses of worship should Table POL19: How much have you seen, read or heard recently about gun violence in the city of Chicago? Table POL20: As you may know, President Trump has discussed increased gun violence in Chicago frequently, saying Whats happening in Chicago should not be happening in this country. Some have proposed a sit-down with former gang leaders to discuss ways to reduce the amount of gun violence in the city and increase social services for residents. Do you think this proposed sit-down would be effective or not effective for nding ways to reduce gun violence? Table ID3_2: Next we will look at a list of names that are active in politics. It is a long list, please take the time to go through the list carefully and give an individual answer for each name below.for each person, please indicate if you have a Very Favorable, Favorable, Unfavorable, or Very Unfavorable opinion of eachif you have heard of the person, but do not have an opinion, please mark Heard Of, No.If you have not heard of the person, please mark Never Heard Of. Mitch McConnell Table ID3_3: Next we will look at a list of names that are active in politics. It is a long list, please take the time to go through the list carefully and give an individual answer for each name below.for each person, please indicate if you have a Very Favorable, Favorable, Unfavorable, or Very Unfavorable opinion of eachif you have heard of the person, but do not have an opinion, please mark Heard Of, No.If you have not heard of the person, please mark Never Heard Of. Paul Ryan 94 3

4 Morning Consult 27 Table ID3_6: Next we will look at a list of names that are active in politics. It is a long list, please take the time to go through the list carefully and give an individual answer for each name below.for each person, please indicate if you have a Very Favorable, Favorable, Unfavorable, or Very Unfavorable opinion of eachif you have heard of the person, but do not have an opinion, please mark Heard Of, No.If you have not heard of the person, please mark Never Heard Of. Nancy Pelosi Table ID3_7: Next we will look at a list of names that are active in politics. It is a long list, please take the time to go through the list carefully and give an individual answer for each name below.for each person, please indicate if you have a Very Favorable, Favorable, Unfavorable, or Very Unfavorable opinion of eachif you have heard of the person, but do not have an opinion, please mark Heard Of, No.If you have not heard of the person, please mark Never Heard Of. Charles Schumer Table indpresapp_11: Next we will look at a list of names that are active in politics. It is a long list, please take the time to go through the list carefully and give an individual answer for each name below.for each person, please indicate if you have a Very Favorable, Favorable, Unfavorable, or Very Unfavorable opinion of eachif you have heard of the person, but do not have an opinion, please mark Heard Of, No.If you have not heard of the person, please mark Never Heard Of. Donald Trump Summary Statistics of Survey Respondent s

5 National Tracking Poll #170105, February, 2017 Table P1 Crosstabulation Results by Respondent s Table P1: Now, generally speaking, would you say that things in the country are going in the right direction, or have they pretty seriously gotten off on the wrong track? Right Direction Wrong Track Registered Voters 40% (837) 60% ( 233) 2070 Gender: Male 47% (45 ) 53% (5 5) 965 Gender: Female 35% (387) 65% (7 8) 05 Age: % ( 37) 62% (224) 362 Age: % (209) 57% (276) 485 Age: % ( 67) 59% (237) 404 Age: % ( 43) 62% (235) 377 Age: % ( 82) 59% (260) 442 PID: Dem (no lean) 8% ( 36) 82% (604) 740 PID: Ind (no lean) 35% (2 7) 65% (398) 6 5 PID: Rep (no lean) 68% (484) 32% (23 ) 7 5 PID/Gender: Dem Men 28% (90) 72% (23 ) 32 PID/Gender: Dem Women % (46) 89% (373) 4 9 PID/Gender: Ind Men 44% ( 38) 56% ( 72) 3 0 PID/Gender: Ind Women 26% (80) 74% (226) 305 PID/Gender: Rep Men 67% (223) 33% ( 2) 335 PID/Gender: Rep Women 69% (26 ) 3 % ( 9) 380 Tea Party: Supporter 60% (374) 40% (254) 628 Tea Party: Not Supporter 32% (45 ) 68% (973) 424 Ideo: Liberal (1-3) 20% ( 24) 80% (497) 62 Ideo: Moderate (4) 35% ( 57) 65% (290) 447 Ideo: Conservative (5-7) 6 % (487) 39% (306) 793 Educ: < College 42% (568) 58% (792) 36 Educ: Bachelors degree 38% ( 74) 62% (286) 460 Educ: Post-grad 38% (95) 62% ( 54) 250 Income: Under 50k 40% (445) 60% (677) 2 Income: 50k-100k 42% (286) 58% (387) 673 Income: 100k+ 39% ( 07) 6 % ( 69) 276 5

6 Morning Consult Table P1 Table P1: Now, generally speaking, would you say that things in the country are going in the right direction, or have they pretty seriously gotten off on the wrong track? Right Direction Wrong Track Registered Voters 40% (837) 60% ( 233) 2070 Ethnicity: White 43% (726) 57% (959) 686 Ethnicity: Hispanic 44% (82) 56% ( 03) 85 Ethnicity: Afr. Am. 26% (69) 74% ( 97) 266 Ethnicity: Other 36% (42) 64% (76) 8 Relig: Protestant 47% (253) 53% (290) 543 Relig: Roman Catholic 43% ( 84) 57% (24 ) 425 Relig: Ath./Agn./None 33% ( 70) 67% (346) 5 7 Relig: Something Else 36% ( 3 ) 64% (236) 367 Relig: Jewish 23% ( 3) 77% (43) 56 Relig: Evangelical 50% (288) 50% (287) 575 Relig: Non-Evang. Catholics 4 % (248) 59% (36 ) 609 Relig: All Christian 45% (536) 55% (648) 84 Relig: All Non-Christian 34% (30 ) 66% (583) 884 Community: Urban 38% ( 94) 62% (3 2) 506 Community: Suburban 39% (373) 6 % (592) 965 Community: Rural 45% (270) 55% (329) 599 Employ: Private Sector 42% (282) 58% (388) 670 Employ: Government 45% (53) 55% (65) 7 Employ: Self-Employed 47% (86) 53% (97) 83 Employ: Homemaker 4 % (67) 59% (95) 63 Employ: Student 30% (28) 70% (66) 94 Employ: Retired 40% (2 0) 60% (322) 532 Employ: Unemployed 30% (42) 70% (99) 4 Employ: Other 4 % (69) 59% ( 0 ) 7 Job Type: White-collar 43% (3 5) 57% (4 8) 733 Job Type: Blue-collar 40% (383) 60% (572) 955 Job Type: Don t Know 37% ( 40) 63% (243) 382 Military HH: Yes 50% (2 2) 50% (2 0) 42 Military HH: No 38% (626) 62% ( 023) 649 RD/WT: Right Direction 00% (837) (0) 837 RD/WT: Wrong Track (0) 00% ( 233) 233 6

7 National Tracking Poll #170105, February, 2017 Table P1 Table P1: Now, generally speaking, would you say that things in the country are going in the right direction, or have they pretty seriously gotten off on the wrong track? Right Direction Wrong Track Registered Voters 40% (837) 60% ( 233) 2070 #1 Issue: Economy 43% (259) 57% (343) 602 #1 Issue: Security 57% (256) 43% ( 95) 45 #1 Issue: Health Care 35% ( 4) 65% (2 3) 327 #1 Issue: Medicare / Social Security 27% (77) 73% (209) 286 #1 Issue: Women s Issues 24% (32) 76% (99) 32 #1 Issue: Education 43% (48) 57% (65) 3 #1 Issue: Energy 29% (22) 7 % (54) 76 #1 Issue: Other 35% (29) 65% (54) Vote: Democrat Hillary Clinton 4% ( 0) 86% (654) Vote: Republican Donald Trump 70% (580) 30% (254) Vote: Someone else 26% (5 ) 74% ( 44) Vote: Barack Obama 23% (209) 77% (706) Vote: Mitt Romney 64% (4 2) 36% (233) Vote: Other 44% (36) 56% (46) Vote: Didn t Vote 42% ( 8 ) 58% (248) Region: Northeast 35% ( 32) 65% (246) Region: Midwest 40% ( 97) 60% (29 ) Region: South 44% (334) 56% (434) Region: West 40% ( 74) 60% (26 ) 435 Trump: Fav 70% (697) 30% (292) 989 Trump: Unfav % ( 05) 89% (878) 983 Trump: DK/NO 36% (35) 64% (62) 97 Trump: Total Fav 70% (697) 30% (292) 989 Trump: Total Unfav % ( 05) 89% (878) 983 Trump: DKNO 36% (35) 64% (62) 97 Note: Row proportions may total to larger than one-hundred percent due to rounding. For more information visit MorningConsultIntelligence.com. 7

8 Morning Consult Table Q172 Table Q172: Do you approve or disapprove of the job Donald Trump is doing as President? Strongly Approve Approve Disapprove Strongly Disapprove Don t Know / No Registered Voters 26% (547) 2 % (444) % (227) 35% (7 9) 6% ( 34) 2070 Gender: Male 30% (289) 24% (227) % ( 08) 29% (282) 6% (60) 965 Gender: Female 23% (258) 20% (2 7) % ( 9) 40% (437) 7% (74) 05 Age: % (76) 9% (69) % (39) 4 % ( 50) 8% (28) 362 Age: % ( 24) 22% ( 08) % (54) 35% ( 68) 6% (3 ) 485 Age: % ( 24) 20% (80) 2% (48) 30% ( 20) 8% (33) 404 Age: % (98) 24% (92) % (42) 32% ( 22) 6% (23) 377 Age: % ( 25) 2 % (95) 0% (44) 36% ( 60) 4% ( 9) 442 PID: Dem (no lean) 8% (58) 7% (55) 3% (97) 67% (499) 4% (3 ) 740 PID: Ind (no lean) 8% ( 08) 26% ( 62) 5% (93) 30% ( 86) % (67) 6 5 PID: Rep (no lean) 53% (380) 32% (227) 5% (37) 5% (34) 5% (36) 7 5 PID/Gender: Dem Men % (35) 0% (33) 6% (5 ) 58% ( 84) 6% ( 8) 32 PID/Gender: Dem Women 6% (23) 5% (22) % (46) 75% (3 4) 3% ( 3) 4 9 PID/Gender: Ind Men 2 % (66) 3 % (95) 2% (38) 25% (76) % (34) 3 0 PID/Gender: Ind Women 4% (42) 22% (67) 8% (55) 36% ( 09) % (32) 305 PID/Gender: Rep Men 56% ( 88) 30% (99) 6% ( 9) 6% (2 ) 2% (8) 335 PID/Gender: Rep Women 5 % ( 92) 34% ( 28) 5% ( 8) 3% ( 3) 7% (28) 380 Tea Party: Supporter 45% (282) 26% ( 66) 9% (57) 6% (98) 4% (25) 628 Tea Party: Not Supporter 8% (257) 9% (275) 2% ( 69) 43% (6 9) 7% ( 04) 424 Ideo: Liberal (1-3) 2% (76) 7% (44) % (7 ) 67% (4 6) 2% ( 4) 62 Ideo: Moderate (4) 8% (79) 25% ( 2) 5% (68) 35% ( 55) 7% (33) 447 Ideo: Conservative (5-7) 46% (363) 32% (252) 7% (59) 0% (77) 5% (43) 793 Educ: < College 30% (404) 2 % (28 ) 9% ( 29) 33% (445) 8% ( 02) 36 Educ: Bachelors degree 20% (92) 24% ( 09) 3% (6 ) 37% ( 72) 6% (25) 460 Educ: Post-grad 2 % (5 ) 2 % (53) 5% (37) 4 % ( 02) 2% (6) 250 Income: Under 50k 27% (302) 9% (2 7) 0% ( 3) 36% (400) 8% (90) 2 Income: 50k-100k 26% ( 78) 24% ( 63) 2% (79) 33% (2 9) 5% (34) 673 Income: 100k+ 24% (67) 23% (65) 2% (34) 36% ( 00) 4% ( 0) 276 Ethnicity: White 29% (493) 24% (402) 0% ( 70) 3 % (5 4) 6% ( 06) 686 Ethnicity: Hispanic 30% (56) 2% (22) 3% (24) 42% (78) 3% (5) 85 8

9 National Tracking Poll #170105, February, 2017 Table Q172 Table Q172: Do you approve or disapprove of the job Donald Trump is doing as President? Strongly Approve Approve Disapprove Strongly Disapprove Don t Know / No Registered Voters 26% (547) 2 % (444) % (227) 35% (7 9) 6% ( 34) 2070 Ethnicity: Afr. Am. 0% (27) 0% (28) 6% (42) 57% ( 50) 7% ( 9) 266 Ethnicity: Other 23% (27) 2% ( 4) 2% ( 4) 46% (54) 8% (9) 8 Relig: Protestant 35% ( 88) 26% ( 43) 9% (47) 26% ( 43) 4% (22) 543 Relig: Roman Catholic 27% ( 6) 22% (95) 9% (38) 33% ( 4 ) 8% (35) 425 Relig: Ath./Agn./None 6% (84) 7% (87) % (57) 48% (247) 8% (4 ) 5 7 Relig: Something Else 24% (89) 9% (70) 5% (56) 35% ( 28) 7% (25) 367 Relig: Jewish 6% (9) 3% (7) 2% (7) 56% (3 ) 3% (2) 56 Relig: Evangelical 37% (2 0) 25% ( 46) % (64) 22% ( 26) 5% (29) 575 Relig: Non-Evang. Catholics 27% ( 63) 23% ( 4 ) 8% (5 ) 36% (2 7) 6% (38) 609 Relig: All Christian 32% (373) 24% (287) 0% ( 4) 29% (343) 6% (67) 84 Relig: All Non-Christian 20% ( 73) 8% ( 57) 3% ( 3) 42% (375) 7% (66) 884 Community: Urban 25% ( 26) 8% (89) 3% (66) 4 % (207) 4% ( 8) 506 Community: Suburban 24% (229) 2 % (204) 2% ( 4) 36% (349) 7% (70) 965 Community: Rural 32% ( 92) 25% ( 52) 8% (47) 27% ( 63) 8% (46) 599 Employ: Private Sector 25% ( 66) 26% ( 75) 3% (88) 3 % (206) 5% (35) 670 Employ: Government 3 % (36) 25% (29) 0% ( 2) 30% (35) 5% (6) 7 Employ: Self-Employed 29% (52) 22% (40) 0% ( 8) 34% (63) 5% (9) 83 Employ: Homemaker 29% (48) 22% (35) 7% ( ) 37% (59) 6% (9) 63 Employ: Student 7% ( 5) 4% ( 3) 2% ( ) 52% (49) 6% (5) 94 Employ: Retired 30% ( 57) 2 % ( 2) 0% (55) 35% ( 87) 4% (22) 532 Employ: Unemployed 24% (34) % ( 6) 0% ( 4) 4 % (57) 4% (20) 4 Employ: Other 22% (38) 5% (25) % ( 8) 37% (62) 6% (27) 7 Job Type: White-collar 28% (206) 22% ( 58) % (8 ) 35% (253) 5% (36) 733 Job Type: Blue-collar 27% (260) 23% (22 ) 0% (94) 34% (328) 5% (52) 955 Job Type: Don t Know 2 % (82) 7% (65) 4% (52) 36% ( 38) 2% (46) 382 Military HH: Yes 37% ( 58) 22% (94) 0% (4 ) 27% ( 4) 4% ( 5) 42 Military HH: No 24% (389) 2 % (350) % ( 86) 37% (605) 7% ( 9) 649 RD/WT: Right Direction 53% (442) 33% (276) 5% (42) 3% (25) 6% (52) 837 RD/WT: Wrong Track 9% ( 05) 4% ( 68) 5% ( 85) 56% (693) 7% (8 ) 233 9

10 Table Q172: Do you approve or disapprove of the job Donald Trump is doing as President? Strongly Approve Approve Disapprove Strongly Disapprove Don t Know / No Morning Consult Table Q172 Registered Voters 26% (547) 2 % (444) % (227) 35% (7 9) 6% ( 34) 2070 #1 Issue: Economy 23% ( 39) 26% ( 57) 5% (90) 27% ( 63) 9% (53) 602 #1 Issue: Security 46% (207) 26% ( 7) 7% (33) 8% (83) 3% ( ) 45 #1 Issue: Health Care 2 % (68) 20% (66) % (36) 37% ( 22) % (35) 327 #1 Issue: Medicare / Social Security 8% (5 ) 8% (5 ) 9% (26) 50% ( 43) 5% ( 4) 286 #1 Issue: Women s Issues 3% ( 7) 0% ( 3) 2% ( 5) 62% (82) 3% (4) 32 #1 Issue: Education 20% (22) 23% (26) 2% ( 3) 4 % (46) 4% (5) 3 #1 Issue: Energy 2 % ( 6) 0% (8) 9% (7) 57% (43) 4% (3) 76 #1 Issue: Other 3 % (26) 7% (6) 8% (6) 45% (37) 0% (8) Vote: Democrat Hillary Clinton 4% (27) 6% (43) 3% ( 03) 73% (560) 4% (3 ) Vote: Republican Donald Trump 54% (452) 36% (300) 3% (28) 2% (20) 4% (33) Vote: Someone else 6% ( ) 2 % (4 ) 25% (48) 32% (62) 7% (34) Vote: Barack Obama % ( 03) 2% ( ) 2% ( 2) 58% (533) 6% (55) Vote: Mitt Romney 50% (320) 34% (222) 7% (44) 5% (33) 4% (26) Vote: Other 26% (2 ) 3 % (25) 9% ( 5) 8% ( 4) 6% (5) Vote: Didn t Vote 24% ( 02) 20% (85) 3% (56) 32% ( 38) % (48) Region: Northeast 24% (9 ) 9% (74) 3% (49) 38% ( 43) 6% (23) Region: Midwest 26% ( 29) 23% ( ) 9% (45) 33% ( 60) 9% (42) Region: South 27% (209) 23% ( 77) % (83) 33% (253) 6% (46) Region: West 27% ( 8) 9% (82) % (50) 37% ( 63) 5% (22) 435 Trump: Fav 53% (52 ) 40% (394) 3% (26) 2% ( 8) 3% (3 ) 989 Trump: Unfav 2% (2 ) 4% (39) 20% ( 93) 69% (682) 5% (48) 983 Trump: DK/NO 5% (5) 2% ( ) 8% (8) 9% ( 9) 56% (55) 97 Trump: Total Fav 53% (52 ) 40% (394) 3% (26) 2% ( 8) 3% (3 ) 989 Trump: Total Unfav 2% (2 ) 4% (39) 20% ( 93) 69% (682) 5% (48) 983 Trump: DKNO 5% (5) 2% ( ) 8% (8) 9% ( 9) 56% (55) 97 Note: Row proportions may total to larger than one-hundred percent due to rounding. For more information visit MorningConsultIntelligence.com. 10

11 National Tracking Poll #170105, February, 2017 Table P3 Table P3: Now, thinking about your vote, what would you say is the top set of issues on your mind when you cast your vote for federal offices such as U.S. Senate or Congress? Economic Issues Security Issues Health Care Issues Senior s Issues Women s Issues Education Issues Energy Issues Other Registered Voters 29%(602) 22%(45 ) 6%(327) 4%(286) 6% ( 32) 5% ( 3) 4% (76) 4% (83) 2070 Gender: Male 35%(335) 20%( 94) 5%( 43) 3% ( 28) 3% (32) 4% (43) 5% (47) 4% (42) 965 Gender: Female 24%(267) 23%(257) 7%( 84) 4% ( 58) 9% (99) 6% (70) 3% (29) 4% (4 ) 05 Age: % ( 6) 9% (68) 4% (49) 2% (6) % (4 ) 2% (45) 6% (22) 4% ( 5) 362 Age: % ( 6 ) 23% ( 2) 5% (7 ) 4% (2 ) 9% (45) 7% (34) 5% (24) 3% ( 6) 485 Age: % ( 36) 22% (87) 23% (94) 4% ( 7) 6% (24) 4% ( 6) 3% ( ) 5% (20) 404 Age: % (95) 23% (87) 9% (72) 2 % (79) 4% ( 3) 2% (9) 2% (9) 3% ( 3) 377 Age: % (94) 22% (97) 9% (4 ) 37%( 62) 2% (8) 2% ( 0) 2% ( ) 4% ( 9) 442 PID: Dem (no lean) 25% ( 82) 5%( 09) 7%( 24) 8% ( 32) 0% (7 ) 7% (54) 5% (38) 4% (30) 740 PID: Ind (no lean) 3 % ( 93) 9% ( 4) 7% ( 03) 3% (8 ) 6% (37) 5% (28) 5% (3 ) 5% (28) 6 5 PID: Rep (no lean) 32%(226) 32%(228) 4% ( 0 ) 0% (73) 3% (23) 4% (3 ) % (7) 4% (25) 7 5 PID/Gender: Dem Men 32% ( 0 ) 5% (49) 5% (48) 5% (48) 4% ( 4) 8% (25) 7% (23) 4% ( 2) 32 PID/Gender: Dem Women 9% (8 ) 4% (60) 8% (75) 20% (84) 4% (57) 7% (29) 4% ( 5) 4% ( 8) 4 9 PID/Gender: Ind Men 37% ( 4) 8% (55) 7% (5 ) 4% (43) 3% (8) 2% (7) 6% ( 8) 5% ( 4) 3 0 PID/Gender: Ind Women 26% (79) 9% (59) 7% (5 ) 2% (38) 9% (29) 7% (2 ) 4% ( 3) 5% ( 4) 305 PID/Gender: Rep Men 36%( 20) 27% (90) 3% (44) % (37) 3% ( ) 3% ( ) 2% (6) 5% ( 7) 335 PID/Gender: Rep Women 28%( 06) 36% ( 38) 5% (57) 0% (37) 3% ( 3) 5% (20) ( ) 2% (9) 380 Tea Party: Supporter 30%( 89) 30% ( 87) 3% (85) 9% (57) 5% (30) 6% (39) 3% ( 7) 4% (25) 628 Tea Party: Not Supporter 29%(408) 8%(263) 7%(237) 6%(229) 7%( 02) 5% (75) 4% (54) 4% (56) 424 Ideo: Liberal (1-3) 23%( 43) 3% (80) 8% ( 0) 5% (94) 2% (76) 8% (48) 8% (47) 4% (24) 62 Ideo: Moderate (4) 29% ( 3 ) 20% (90) 7% (75) 4% (64) 5% (2 ) 8% (35) 4% ( 6) 4% ( 6) 447 Ideo: Conservative (5-7) 34%(272) 33%(259) 2% (95) 0% (82) 3% (2 ) 3% (22) 2% ( 3) 4% (29) 793 Educ: < College 28%(375) 23%(309) 6%(224) 5%(2 0) 6% (76) 5% (74) 3% (37) 4% (55) 36 Educ: Bachelors degree 32%( 49) 20% (94) 5% (69) 2% (53) 7% (33) 4% (20) 5% (24) 4% ( 7) 460 Educ: Post-grad 3 % (77) 9% (48) 3% (33) 9% (23) 9% (22) 8% ( 9) 6% ( 5) 5% ( 2) 250 Income: Under 50k 27%(305) 2 %(237) 7% ( 85) 6% ( 77) 6% (65) 6% (62) 4% (42) 4% (48) 2 Income: 50k-100k 29%( 97) 23% ( 52) 6%( 09) 3% (86) 7% (47) 6% (39) 3% (23) 3% ( 9) 673 Income: 100k+ 36%( 00) 22% (62) 2% (33) 8% (23) 7% (20) 5% ( 3) 4% ( ) 6% ( 6)

12 Morning Consult Table P3 Table P3: Now, thinking about your vote, what would you say is the top set of issues on your mind when you cast your vote for federal offices such as U.S. Senate or Congress? Economic Issues Security Issues Health Care Issues Senior s Issues Women s Issues Education Issues Energy Issues Other Registered Voters 29%(602) 22%(45 ) 6%(327) 4%(286) 6% ( 32) 5% ( 3) 4% (76) 4% (83) 2070 Ethnicity: White 28%(47 ) 23% (39 ) 6%(265) 5%(246) 6%( 02) 5% (8 ) 4% (62) 4% (68) 686 Ethnicity: Hispanic 27% (50) 23% (43) 2% (22) 7% ( 3) 0% ( 8) 9% ( 7) 9% ( 6) 3% (6) 85 Ethnicity: Afr. Am. 34% (9 ) 5% (4 ) 7% (45) % (30) 7% ( 9) 9% (23) 3% (9) 3% (8) 266 Ethnicity: Other 34% (40) 7% (20) 4% ( 7) 9% ( 0) 9% ( ) 8% (9) 5% (5) 6% (7) 8 Relig: Protestant 27%( 49) 26%( 40) 7% (9 ) 7% (9 ) 2% ( 3) 4% (2 ) 4% (22) 3% ( 6) 543 Relig: Roman Catholic 33% ( 39) 2 % (88) 5% (63) 20% (83) 5% (2 ) 4% ( 7) % (5) 2% (9) 425 Relig: Ath./Agn./None 27%( 42) 7% (89) 4% (7 ) 0% (53) % (59) 8% (42) 6% (30) 6% (3 ) 5 7 Relig: Something Else 27% (99) 23% (83) 9% (68) 0% (37) 7% (27) 5% (20) 4% ( 6) 5% ( 7) 367 Relig: Jewish 9% ( ) 9% ( ) 6% (9) % (6) 6% (9) 8% (4) 5% (3) 5% (3) 56 Relig: Evangelical 3 % ( 8 ) 26%( 47) 7% (96) % (64) 5% (26) 5% (27) 2% ( 0) 4% (24) 575 Relig: Non-Evang. Catholics 29%( 79) 22% ( 32) 5% (92) 22% ( 32) 3% (20) 4% (24) 3% ( 9) 2% ( 2) 609 Relig: All Christian 30%(360) 24%(279) 6%( 88) 7%( 96) 4% (46) 4% (5 ) 2% (29) 3% (36) 84 Relig: All Non-Christian 27%(24 ) 9% ( 72) 6% ( 39) 0% (90) 0% (86) 7% (62) 5% (47) 5% (48) 884 Community: Urban 28%( 40) 9% (97) 6% (78) 3% (65) 8% (38) 7% (36) 5% (27) 5% (24) 506 Community: Suburban 3 %(300) 22% (2 5) 3% ( 25) 6% ( 50) 6% (60) 5% (45) 3% (34) 4% (36) 965 Community: Rural 27%( 62) 23% ( 39) 2 % ( 23) 2% (7 ) 6% (33) 5% (33) 3% ( 6) 4% (23) 599 Employ: Private Sector 35%(232) 2 %( 43) 6% ( 0) 5% (33) 7% (47) 6% (43) 5% (36) 4% (26) 670 Employ: Government 34% (40) 27% (32) 0% ( ) 4% (5) 8% ( 0) 8% (9) 6% (7) 2% (2) 7 Employ: Self-Employed 3 % (57) 20% (37) 7% (30) 8% ( 5) 7% ( 2) 7% ( 3) 4% (7) 6% ( 2) 83 Employ: Homemaker 23% (38) 32% (52) 2% ( 9) 9% ( 5) 9% ( 4) 8% ( 3) 2% (3) 5% (8) 63 Employ: Student 33% (3 ) 8% ( 7) 4% ( 3) 4% (4) 5% ( 4) % ( 0) 2% (2) 3% (3) 94 Employ: Retired 20% ( 05) 22% ( 9) 3% (69) 36% ( 9 ) 3% ( 5) 2% (9) % (8) 3% ( 7) 532 Employ: Unemployed 34% (48) 7% (24) 24% (33) 2% (3) 9% ( 2) 3% (4) 7% ( ) 4% (5) 4 Employ: Other 30% (5 ) 6% (27) 24% (4 ) 2% (20) 4% (7) 8% ( 3) 2% (3) 6% ( 0) 7 Job Type: White-collar 3 %(225) 22% ( 63) 5% ( 3) 2% (86) 7% (52) 6% (40) 4% (30) 3% (24) 733 Job Type: Blue-collar 28%(272) 22%(206) 5%( 42) 8%( 67) 6% (56) 5% (45) 4% (37) 3% (28) 955 Job Type: Don t Know 27%( 04) 2 % (82) 9% (72) 9% (33) 6% (23) 7% (28) 2% (9) 8% (3 ) 382 Military HH: Yes 26% ( 0) 27% ( 2) % (44) 9% (79) 5% (20) 4% ( 8) 5% ( 9) 4% ( 8) 42 Military HH: No 30%(492) 2 %(339) 7%(282) 3%(207) 7% ( 2) 6% (95) 3% (57) 4% (65)

13 National Tracking Poll #170105, February, 2017 Table P3 Table P3: Now, thinking about your vote, what would you say is the top set of issues on your mind when you cast your vote for federal offices such as U.S. Senate or Congress? Economic Issues Security Issues Health Care Issues Senior s Issues Women s Issues Education Issues Energy Issues Other Registered Voters 29%(602) 22%(45 ) 6%(327) 4%(286) 6% ( 32) 5% ( 3) 4% (76) 4% (83) 2070 RD/WT: Right Direction 3 %(259) 3 %(256) 4% ( 4) 9% (77) 4% (32) 6% (48) 3% (22) 3% (29) 837 RD/WT: Wrong Track 28%(343) 6% ( 95) 7% (2 3) 7%(209) 8% (99) 5% (65) 4% (54) 4% (54) 233 #1 Issue: Economy 00%(602) (0) (0) (0) (0) (0) (0) (0) 602 #1 Issue: Security (0) 00%(45 ) (0) (0) (0) (0) (0) (0) 45 #1 Issue: Health Care (0) (0) 00%(327) (0) (0) (0) (0) (0) 327 #1 Issue: Medicare / Social Security (0) (0) (0) 00%(286) (0) (0) (0) (0) 286 #1 Issue: Women s Issues (0) (0) (0) (0) 00% ( 32) (0) (0) (0) 32 #1 Issue: Education (0) (0) (0) (0) (0) 00% ( 3) (0) (0) 3 #1 Issue: Energy (0) (0) (0) (0) (0) (0) 00% (76) (0) 76 #1 Issue: Other (0) (0) (0) (0) (0) (0) (0) 00% (83) Vote: Democrat Hillary Clinton 26%(20 ) 2% (89) 7%( 29) 9%( 46) 0% (78) 6% (46) 5% (42) 4% (33) Vote: Republican Donald Trump 30%(252) 33%(276) 3%( 07) % (95) 3% (24) 4% (35) 2% ( 8) 3% (27) Vote: Someone else 34% (66) 8% (34) 5% (30) 2% (23) 6% ( ) 5% ( ) 4% (9) 6% ( ) Vote: Barack Obama 25%(233) 4% ( 3 ) 8% ( 6 ) 9%( 76) 9% (82) 5% (47) 5% (45) 4% (39) Vote: Mitt Romney 32%(204) 34%(2 9) 2% (77) 0% (66) 2% ( 5) 4% (26) 2% ( ) 4% (26) Vote: Other 33% (27) 22% ( 8) 8% (6) 6% ( 3) 2% ( ) 7% (6) 5% (4) 7% (5) Vote: Didn t Vote 32% ( 38) 9% (83) 9% (82) 7% (30) 8% (33) 8% (34) 3% ( 5) 3% ( 3) Region: Northeast 30% ( 4) 22% (82) 5% (57) 6% (60) 6% (22) 5% ( 8) 5% ( 7) 2% (7) Region: Midwest 25%( 24) 22% ( 0) 7% (84) 5% (73) 8% (4 ) 4% (22) 3% ( 3) 5% (23) Region: South 3 %(237) 2 %( 65) 6%( 24) 4%( 04) 5% (40) 6% (47) 2% ( 7) 5% (35) Region: West 29% ( 27) 22% (94) 4% (63) % (48) 7% (29) 6% (27) 7% (30) 4% ( 7) 435 Trump: Fav 3 %(304) 33%(323) 3% ( 30) %( 08) 2% (23) 5% (48) 2% (20) 3% (33) 989 Trump: Unfav 28%(275) 2% ( 2 ) 7%( 67) 7%( 67) 0% (98) 6% (56) 6% (56) 4% (43) 983 Trump: DK/NO 24% (23) 6% (6) 30% (29) % ( ) 0% ( 0) 0% ( 0) (0) 8% (8) 97 Trump: Total Fav 3 %(304) 33%(323) 3% ( 30) %( 08) 2% (23) 5% (48) 2% (20) 3% (33) 989 Trump: Total Unfav 28%(275) 2% ( 2 ) 7%( 67) 7%( 67) 0% (98) 6% (56) 6% (56) 4% (43) 983 Trump: DKNO 24% (23) 6% (6) 30% (29) % ( ) 0% ( 0) 0% ( 0) (0) 8% (8) 97 Note: Row proportions may total to larger than one-hundred percent due to rounding. For more information visit MorningConsultIntelligence.com. 13

14 Morning Consult Table POL1 Table POL1: Do you approve or disapprove of the job the Supreme Court is doing? Strongly Approve Approve Disapprove Strongly Disapprove Don t Know / No Registered Voters 0% (206) 40% (837) 22% (45 ) 6% ( 26) 22% (450) 2070 Gender: Male 2% ( 5) 43% (4 3) 23% (225) 6% (62) 6% ( 50) 965 Gender: Female 8% (90) 38% (424) 20% (226) 6% (64) 27% (300) 05 Age: % (60) 27% (98) 22% (8 ) 8% (29) 26% (94) 362 Age: % (62) 39% ( 90) 2 % ( 02) 5% (26) 22% ( 05) 485 Age: % (30) 39% ( 59) 20% (79) 7% (29) 27% ( 08) 404 Age: % (29) 45% ( 72) 22% (82) 4% ( 4) 2 % (8 ) 377 Age: 65+ 6% (24) 50% (2 9) 24% ( 08) 6% (29) 4% (62) 442 PID: Dem (no lean) 9% (66) 4 % (303) 2 % ( 58) 6% (43) 23% ( 69) 740 PID: Ind (no lean) 8% (49) 38% (235) 23% ( 42) 6% (38) 25% ( 52) 6 5 PID: Rep (no lean) 3% (90) 42% (299) 2 % ( 5 ) 6% (45) 8% ( 30) 7 5 PID/Gender: Dem Men % (34) 47% ( 52) 2 % (67) 6% ( 9) 5% (49) 32 PID/Gender: Dem Women 8% (32) 36% ( 52) 22% (90) 6% (25) 29% ( 20) 4 9 PID/Gender: Ind Men 0% (30) 38% ( 8) 25% (77) 7% (2 ) 20% (63) 3 0 PID/Gender: Ind Women 6% ( 9) 38% ( 6) 2 % (65) 5% ( 7) 29% (89) 305 PID/Gender: Rep Men 5% (5 ) 43% ( 43) 24% (80) 7% (22) % (38) 335 PID/Gender: Rep Women 0% (39) 4 % ( 56) 9% (7 ) 6% (23) 24% (9 ) 380 Tea Party: Supporter 4% (87) 37% (235) 25% ( 59) 8% (50) 5% (97) 628 Tea Party: Not Supporter 8% ( 2) 42% (597) 20% (29 ) 5% (75) 25% (349) 424 Ideo: Liberal (1-3) 2% (76) 42% (262) 22% ( 38) 7% (44) 6% ( 0 ) 62 Ideo: Moderate (4) 9% (40) 44% ( 97) 2 % (95) 3% ( 2) 23% ( 04) 447 Ideo: Conservative (5-7) 9% (7 ) 42% (332) 24% ( 92) 8% (60) 7% ( 38) 793 Educ: < College 0% ( 42) 37% (503) 22% (294) 6% (87) 25% (335) 36 Educ: Bachelors degree 7% (3 ) 47% (2 7) 2 % (95) 5% (24) 20% (93) 460 Educ: Post-grad 3% (33) 47% ( 7) 25% (62) 6% ( 5) 9% (22) 250 Income: Under 50k % ( 27) 36% (400) 22% (243) 6% (70) 25% (282) 2 Income: 50k-100k 9% (59) 42% (285) 22% ( 49) 7% (45) 20% ( 35) 673 Income: 100k+ 7% (20) 55% ( 53) 2 % (59) 4% ( ) 2% (33) 276 Ethnicity: White 9% ( 49) 42% (704) 22% (379) 6% ( 04) 2 % (35 ) 686 Ethnicity: Hispanic 22% (4 ) 32% (59) 23% (43) 7% ( 4) 5% (29) 85 14

15 National Tracking Poll #170105, February, 2017 Table POL1 Table POL1: Do you approve or disapprove of the job the Supreme Court is doing? Strongly Approve Approve Disapprove Strongly Disapprove Don t Know / No Registered Voters 0% (206) 40% (837) 22% (45 ) 6% ( 26) 22% (450) 2070 Ethnicity: Afr. Am. 6% (42) 35% (93) 9% (50) 5% ( 2) 26% (69) 266 Ethnicity: Other 3% ( 5) 35% (4 ) 9% (22) 8% ( 0) 26% (30) 8 Relig: Protestant 9% (47) 45% (243) 25% ( 36) 5% (27) 7% (90) 543 Relig: Roman Catholic 3% (54) 44% ( 88) 8% (76) 5% (2 ) 20% (86) 425 Relig: Ath./Agn./None 9% (47) 35% ( 8 ) 22% ( 3) 7% (36) 27% ( 40) 5 7 Relig: Something Else % (39) 38% ( 40) 2 % (78) 7% (26) 23% (85) 367 Relig: Jewish 5% (3) 58% (32) 5% (8) 3% (2) 9% ( 0) 56 Relig: Evangelical % (63) 40% (232) 25% ( 42) 6% (37) 8% ( 0 ) 575 Relig: Non-Evang. Catholics 9% (56) 47% (284) 9% ( 8) 4% (27) 20% ( 24) 609 Relig: All Christian 0% ( 9) 44% (5 6) 22% (260) 5% (64) 9% (225) 84 Relig: All Non-Christian 0% (86) 36% (32 ) 22% ( 9 ) 7% (6 ) 25% (224) 884 Community: Urban 4% (7 ) 39% ( 96) 9% (98) 7% (35) 2 % ( 06) 506 Community: Suburban 7% (72) 42% (409) 24% (23 ) 6% (55) 20% ( 97) 965 Community: Rural 0% (63) 39% (233) 20% ( 22) 6% (36) 24% ( 47) 599 Employ: Private Sector 0% (64) 43% (289) 2 % ( 39) 6% (38) 2 % ( 4 ) 670 Employ: Government 2% ( 4) 42% (49) 25% (29) 7% (9) 4% ( 6) 7 Employ: Self-Employed 4% (25) 42% (76) 7% (30) 5% ( 0) 23% (42) 83 Employ: Homemaker 6% (9) 39% (63) 24% (39) 5% (9) 26% (43) 63 Employ: Student 4% ( 3) 2 % (20) 30% (28) 5% (5) 30% (28) 94 Employ: Retired 6% (3 ) 46% (246) 25% ( 32) 7% (37) 6% (86) 532 Employ: Unemployed 9% (27) 27% (38) 5% (22) 5% (7) 34% (48) 4 Employ: Other 3% (22) 34% (57) 8% (3 ) 8% ( 3) 28% (47) 7 Job Type: White-collar 3% (94) 44% (324) 22% ( 59) 7% (50) 4% ( 06) 733 Job Type: Blue-collar 8% (77) 45% (43 ) 23% (2 6) 6% (55) 8% ( 76) 955 Job Type: Don t Know 9% (35) 2 % (82) 20% (77) 5% (20) 44% ( 69) 382 Military HH: Yes 4% (60) 40% ( 69) 24% ( 00) 7% (30) 5% (63) 42 Military HH: No 9% ( 46) 4 % (669) 2 % (35 ) 6% (95) 24% (388) 649 RD/WT: Right Direction 6% ( 30) 42% (354) 2 % ( 72) 5% (44) 6% ( 36) 837 RD/WT: Wrong Track 6% (75) 39% (483) 23% (279) 7% (82) 25% (3 4)

16 Table POL1: Do you approve or disapprove of the job the Supreme Court is doing? Strongly Approve Approve Disapprove Strongly Disapprove Don t Know / No Morning Consult Table POL1 Registered Voters 0% (206) 40% (837) 22% (45 ) 6% ( 26) 22% (450) 2070 #1 Issue: Economy 8% (49) 40% (24 ) 24% ( 45) 6% (36) 22% ( 32) 602 #1 Issue: Security 2% (55) 4 % ( 85) 2 % (93) 7% (32) 9% (86) 45 #1 Issue: Health Care 0% (32) 40% ( 3 ) 9% (6 ) 5% ( 7) 26% (87) 327 #1 Issue: Medicare / Social Security 8% (23) 46% ( 33) 20% (58) 6% ( 8) 9% (55) 286 #1 Issue: Women s Issues 9% ( 2) 4 % (53) 24% (32) 5% (6) 2 % (28) 32 #1 Issue: Education 5% ( 7) 40% (45) 23% (26) 4% (4) 9% (2 ) 3 #1 Issue: Energy 20% ( 5) 33% (25) 22% ( 7) 8% (6) 8% ( 3) 76 #1 Issue: Other 5% (4) 30% (25) 23% ( 9) 8% (7) 34% (29) Vote: Democrat Hillary Clinton 0% (78) 42% (323) 2 % ( 63) 6% (43) 2 % ( 57) Vote: Republican Donald Trump % (88) 43% (354) 23% ( 95) 6% (47) 8% ( 49) Vote: Someone else 6% ( ) 39% (76) 9% (37) 0% ( 9) 27% (52) Vote: Barack Obama 0% (90) 42% (384) 2 % ( 9 ) 6% (5 ) 22% ( 99) Vote: Mitt Romney 9% (57) 44% (287) 24% ( 54) 6% (4 ) 6% ( 05) Vote: Other 7% (6) 40% (32) 2 % ( 7) 7% (5) 25% (20) Vote: Didn t Vote 2% (52) 3 % ( 34) 2 % (89) 6% (28) 29% ( 26) Region: Northeast 0% (36) 45% ( 72) 2 % (8 ) 4% ( 5) 20% (75) Region: Midwest 9% (42) 38% ( 87) 2 % ( 04) 5% (24) 27% ( 3 ) Region: South 0% (80) 39% (300) 22% ( 68) 7% (56) 2 % ( 64) Region: West % (48) 4 % ( 78) 23% (98) 7% (3 ) 8% (80) 435 Trump: Fav 3% ( 24) 43% (423) 2 % (2 2) 6% (59) 7% ( 70) 989 Trump: Unfav 7% (69) 4 % (40 ) 22% (22 ) 6% (64) 23% (229) 983 Trump: DK/NO 2% ( 2) 4% ( 3) 9% ( 8) 3% (3) 53% (5 ) 97 Trump: Total Fav 3% ( 24) 43% (423) 2 % (2 2) 6% (59) 7% ( 70) 989 Trump: Total Unfav 7% (69) 4 % (40 ) 22% (22 ) 6% (64) 23% (229) 983 Trump: DKNO 2% ( 2) 4% ( 3) 9% ( 8) 3% (3) 53% (5 ) 97 Note: Row proportions may total to larger than one-hundred percent due to rounding. For more information visit MorningConsultIntelligence.com. 16

17 National Tracking Poll #170105, February, 2017 Table POL2 Table POL2: How much have you seen, read or heard recently about President Trump nominating Judge Neil Gorsuch to ll the vacant seat on the United States Supreme Court? A lot Some Not Much Nothing at all Registered Voters 30% (630) 42% (869) 9% (383) 9% ( 87) 2070 Gender: Male 34% (327) 43% (4 4) 6% ( 59) 7% (65) 965 Gender: Female 27% (303) 4 % (455) 20% (224) % ( 22) 05 Age: % (76) 36% ( 32) 29% ( 06) 3% (48) 362 Age: % ( 5 ) 40% ( 93) 6% (79) 3% (62) 485 Age: % ( 02) 43% ( 72) 22% (88) 0% (4 ) 404 Age: % ( 33) 42% ( 58) 8% (68) 5% ( 8) 377 Age: % ( 68) 48% (2 4) 9% (42) 4% ( 9) 442 PID: Dem (no lean) 30% (222) 42% (309) 20% ( 49) 8% (60) 740 PID: Ind (no lean) 22% ( 35) 46% (283) 20% ( 25) 2% (72) 6 5 PID: Rep (no lean) 38% (273) 39% (277) 5% ( 09) 8% (55) 7 5 PID/Gender: Dem Men 35% ( 2) 42% ( 33) 7% (55) 6% (20) 32 PID/Gender: Dem Women 26% ( 0) 42% ( 76) 22% (94) 9% (40) 4 9 PID/Gender: Ind Men 23% (72) 48% ( 48) 9% (60) 0% (30) 3 0 PID/Gender: Ind Women 2 % (64) 44% ( 35) 2 % (65) 4% (42) 305 PID/Gender: Rep Men 43% ( 44) 40% ( 33) 3% (44) 4% ( 4) 335 PID/Gender: Rep Women 34% ( 30) 38% ( 44) 7% (66) % (4 ) 380 Tea Party: Supporter 39% (245) 39% (244) 6% (99) 6% (40) 628 Tea Party: Not Supporter 27% (383) 43% (6 6) 20% (282) 0% ( 44) 424 Ideo: Liberal (1-3) 33% (203) 4 % (255) 9% ( 8) 7% (45) 62 Ideo: Moderate (4) 26% ( 7) 46% (205) 22% (97) 6% (28) 447 Ideo: Conservative (5-7) 36% (282) 43% (344) 4% ( 5) 7% (53) 793 Educ: < College 27% (367) 40% (550) 2 % (288) % ( 55) 36 Educ: Bachelors degree 35% ( 6 ) 45% (207) 5% (68) 5% (23) 460 Educ: Post-grad 4 % ( 02) 45% ( ) % (27) 4% (9) 250 Income: Under 50k 26% (296) 38% (428) 23% (255) 3% ( 43) 2 Income: 50k-100k 34% (23 ) 47% (3 6) 3% (90) 5% (36) 673 Income: 100k+ 38% ( 04) 45% ( 25) 4% (38) 3% (9) 276 Ethnicity: White 32% (540) 43% (722) 7% (289) 8% ( 36)

18 Morning Consult Table POL2 Table POL2: How much have you seen, read or heard recently about President Trump nominating Judge Neil Gorsuch to ll the vacant seat on the United States Supreme Court? A lot Some Not Much Nothing at all Registered Voters 30% (630) 42% (869) 9% (383) 9% ( 87) 2070 Ethnicity: Hispanic 27% (50) 39% (72) 25% (46) 9% ( 7) 85 Ethnicity: Afr. Am. 24% (63) 38% ( 00) 26% (68) 3% (34) 266 Ethnicity: Other 23% (27) 40% (47) 22% (26) 5% ( 8) 8 Relig: Protestant 35% ( 93) 46% (249) 4% (76) 5% (26) 543 Relig: Roman Catholic 32% ( 37) 44% ( 85) 8% (77) 6% (25) 425 Relig: Ath./Agn./None 27% ( 4 ) 4 % (2 2) 20% ( 04) 2% (60) 5 7 Relig: Something Else 27% ( 00) 35% ( 29) 22% (80) 6% (58) 367 Relig: Jewish 4 % (23) 36% (20) 4% (8) 9% (5) 56 Relig: Evangelical 33% ( 87) 43% (247) 8% ( 04) 6% (37) 575 Relig: Non-Evang. Catholics 33% (20 ) 46% (280) 6% (95) 5% (32) 609 Relig: All Christian 33% (388) 45% (528) 7% ( 99) 6% (69) 84 Relig: All Non-Christian 27% (24 ) 39% (34 ) 2 % ( 84) 3% ( 8) 884 Community: Urban 30% ( 53) 4 % (209) 20% ( 02) 8% (4 ) 506 Community: Suburban 3 % (302) 44% (428) 6% ( 5 ) 9% (84) 965 Community: Rural 29% ( 75) 39% (232) 22% ( 30) 0% (62) 599 Employ: Private Sector 3 % (206) 47% (3 4) 5% ( 03) 7% (47) 670 Employ: Government 3 % (37) 4 % (48) 23% (27) 5% (6) 7 Employ: Self-Employed 32% (59) 4 % (75) 7% (30) 0% ( 9) 83 Employ: Homemaker 29% (47) 35% (56) 22% (36) 4% (23) 63 Employ: Student 2 % (20) 35% (33) 3 % (29) 3% ( 2) 94 Employ: Retired 37% ( 96) 46% (243) 3% (7 ) 4% (23) 532 Employ: Unemployed 6% (22) 43% (60) 25% (35) 7% (24) 4 Employ: Other 26% (44) 24% (40) 3 % (53) 20% (34) 7 Job Type: White-collar 38% (278) 43% (3 2) 4% ( 06) 5% (37) 733 Job Type: Blue-collar 30% (290) 45% (427) 8% ( 72) 7% (66) 955 Job Type: Don t Know 6% (62) 34% ( 3 ) 27% ( 05) 22% (84) 382 Military HH: Yes 40% ( 68) 39% ( 64) 5% (65) 6% (25) 42 Military HH: No 28% (463) 43% (705) 9% (3 8) 0% ( 63) 649 RD/WT: Right Direction 37% (3 3) 40% (337) 6% ( 3 ) 7% (56) 837 RD/WT: Wrong Track 26% (3 7) 43% (532) 20% (252) % ( 32)

19 National Tracking Poll #170105, February, 2017 Table POL2 Table POL2: How much have you seen, read or heard recently about President Trump nominating Judge Neil Gorsuch to ll the vacant seat on the United States Supreme Court? A lot Some Not Much Nothing at all Registered Voters 30% (630) 42% (869) 9% (383) 9% ( 87) 2070 #1 Issue: Economy 26% ( 57) 44% (266) 20% ( 2 ) 9% (57) 602 #1 Issue: Security 35% ( 57) 40% ( 78) 7% (77) 9% (39) 45 #1 Issue: Health Care 23% (74) 43% ( 39) 22% (72) 3% (4 ) 327 #1 Issue: Medicare / Social Security 36% ( 04) 43% ( 24) 4% (40) 7% ( 9) 286 #1 Issue: Women s Issues 39% (52) 38% (50) 8% (23) 5% (6) 32 #1 Issue: Education 27% (30) 4 % (47) 23% (26) 9% ( ) 3 #1 Issue: Energy 39% (30) 39% (30) 7% ( 3) 5% (4) 76 #1 Issue: Other 3 % (26) 42% (35) 4% ( 2) 3% ( ) Vote: Democrat Hillary Clinton 3 % (239) 45% (345) 7% ( 29) 7% (5 ) Vote: Republican Donald Trump 38% (3 8) 42% (353) 4% ( 7) 5% (45) Vote: Someone else 8% (35) 46% (90) 2 % (4 ) 5% (29) Vote: Barack Obama 32% (297) 43% (390) 7% ( 59) 8% (69) Vote: Mitt Romney 38% (244) 46% (296) 2% (75) 5% (30) Vote: Other 2 % ( 7) 60% (49) 4% ( ) 5% (4) Vote: Didn t Vote 7% (73) 32% ( 35) 32% ( 37) 20% (84) Region: Northeast 34% ( 28) 4 % ( 56) 7% (65) 8% (29) Region: Midwest 27% ( 33) 44% (2 7) 8% (90) 0% (49) Region: South 3 % (24 ) 40% (306) 8% ( 39) % (83) Region: West 29% ( 28) 44% ( 9 ) 2 % (89) 6% (27) 435 Trump: Fav 37% (363) 4 % (408) 6% ( 62) 6% (57) 989 Trump: Unfav 26% (254) 44% (434) 9% ( 84) % ( ) 983 Trump: DK/NO 3% ( 3) 28% (27) 39% (38) 20% ( 9) 97 Trump: Total Fav 37% (363) 4 % (408) 6% ( 62) 6% (57) 989 Trump: Total Unfav 26% (254) 44% (434) 9% ( 84) % ( ) 983 Trump: DKNO 3% ( 3) 28% (27) 39% (38) 20% ( 9) 97 Note: Row proportions may total to larger than one-hundred percent due to rounding. For more information visit MorningConsultIntelligence.com. 19

20 Morning Consult Table POL3 Table POL3: When the Senate votes on Judge Neil Gorsuchs nomination to the Supreme Court, do you think the Senate should vote to con rm him as a Supreme Court Justice, or not? Vote to con rm Vote not to con rm Dont Know / No Registered Voters 43% (893) 25% (5 3) 32% (664) 2070 Gender: Male 50% (483) 23% (227) 26% (255) 965 Gender: Female 37% (409) 26% (286) 37% (409) 05 Age: % ( 3) 28% ( 02) 4 % ( 47) 362 Age: % (20 ) 29% ( 40) 30% ( 44) 485 Age: % ( 74) 2 % (85) 36% ( 45) 404 Age: % ( 6 ) 25% (96) 32% ( 20) 377 Age: % (244) 20% (89) 25% ( 09) 442 PID: Dem (no lean) 23% ( 67) 44% (325) 34% (248) 740 PID: Ind (no lean) 4 % (252) 20% ( 2 ) 39% (242) 6 5 PID: Rep (no lean) 66% (474) 9% (67) 24% ( 75) 7 5 PID/Gender: Dem Men 27% (86) 43% ( 39) 30% (95) 32 PID/Gender: Dem Women 9% (80) 44% ( 85) 37% ( 54) 4 9 PID/Gender: Ind Men 47% ( 47) 7% (54) 35% ( 0) 3 0 PID/Gender: Ind Women 35% ( 06) 22% (67) 43% ( 32) 305 PID/Gender: Rep Men 75% (250) 0% (33) 5% (5 ) 335 PID/Gender: Rep Women 59% (223) 9% (33) 33% ( 24) 380 Tea Party: Supporter 63% (394) 5% (96) 22% ( 38) 628 Tea Party: Not Supporter 35% (493) 29% (4 ) 37% (520) 424 Ideo: Liberal (1-3) 22% ( 38) 49% (30 ) 29% ( 82) 62 Ideo: Moderate (4) 38% ( 7 ) 24% ( 08) 37% ( 67) 447 Ideo: Conservative (5-7) 68% (542) 9% (75) 22% ( 77) 793 Educ: < College 4 % (556) 22% (303) 37% (50 ) 36 Educ: Bachelors degree 46% (2 2) 28% ( 27) 26% ( 20) 460 Educ: Post-grad 50% ( 25) 33% (82) 7% (43) 250 Income: Under 50k 39% (443) 22% (248) 38% (43 ) 2 Income: 50k-100k 46% (3 ) 29% ( 96) 25% ( 66) 673 Income: 100k+ 50% ( 39) 25% (69) 25% (68)

21 National Tracking Poll #170105, February, 2017 Table POL3 Table POL3: When the Senate votes on Judge Neil Gorsuchs nomination to the Supreme Court, do you think the Senate should vote to con rm him as a Supreme Court Justice, or not? Vote to con rm Vote not to con rm Dont Know / No Registered Voters 43% (893) 25% (5 3) 32% (664) 2070 Ethnicity: White 47% (784) 23% (389) 30% (5 3) 686 Ethnicity: Hispanic 42% (78) 33% (6 ) 25% (46) 85 Ethnicity: Afr. Am. 24% (64) 34% (9 ) 42% ( ) 266 Ethnicity: Other 38% (45) 28% (33) 34% (4 ) 8 Relig: Protestant 58% (3 3) 20% ( 08) 22% ( 22) 543 Relig: Roman Catholic 47% ( 99) 23% (96) 30% ( 29) 425 Relig: Ath./Agn./None 32% ( 67) 32% ( 67) 35% ( 83) 5 7 Relig: Something Else 34% ( 25) 27% ( 0 ) 39% ( 42) 367 Relig: Jewish 33% ( 8) 4 % (23) 26% ( 4) 56 Relig: Evangelical 53% (307) 8% ( 03) 29% ( 65) 575 Relig: Non-Evang. Catholics 48% (294) 23% ( 43) 28% ( 72) 609 Relig: All Christian 5 % (602) 2 % (245) 29% (338) 84 Relig: All Non-Christian 33% (29 ) 30% (267) 37% (325) 884 Community: Urban 40% (202) 3 % ( 55) 29% ( 48) 506 Community: Suburban 43% (4 4) 26% (247) 3 % (304) 965 Community: Rural 46% (277) 8% ( 0) 35% (2 3) 599 Employ: Private Sector 46% (3 0) 26% ( 73) 28% ( 87) 670 Employ: Government 49% (58) 27% (32) 24% (28) 7 Employ: Self-Employed 40% (73) 27% (49) 33% (60) 83 Employ: Homemaker 45% (73) 20% (32) 35% (57) 63 Employ: Student 24% (23) 29% (27) 47% (44) 94 Employ: Retired 52% (276) 22% ( 6) 26% ( 40) 532 Employ: Unemployed 28% (40) 29% (4 ) 43% (60) 4 Employ: Other 23% (39) 25% (43) 52% (88) 7 Job Type: White-collar 50% (363) 27% (202) 23% ( 68) 733 Job Type: Blue-collar 45% (427) 25% (234) 3 % (293) 955 Job Type: Don t Know 27% ( 03) 20% (77) 53% (203) 382 Military HH: Yes 53% (224) 23% (96) 24% ( 0 ) 42 Military HH: No 4 % (669) 25% (4 7) 34% (563)

22 Morning Consult Table POL3 Table POL3: When the Senate votes on Judge Neil Gorsuchs nomination to the Supreme Court, do you think the Senate should vote to con rm him as a Supreme Court Justice, or not? Vote to con rm Vote not to con rm Dont Know / No Registered Voters 43% (893) 25% (5 3) 32% (664) 2070 RD/WT: Right Direction 65% (545) % (92) 24% (20 ) 837 RD/WT: Wrong Track 28% (348) 34% (42 ) 38% (463) 233 #1 Issue: Economy 47% (28 ) 20% ( 20) 33% (200) 602 #1 Issue: Security 6 % (276) % (5 ) 28% ( 24) 45 #1 Issue: Health Care 33% ( 09) 28% (93) 38% ( 25) 327 #1 Issue: Medicare / Social Security 37% ( 06) 29% (82) 34% (98) 286 #1 Issue: Women s Issues 7% (23) 54% (70) 29% (38) 32 #1 Issue: Education 40% (46) 3 % (35) 29% (32) 3 #1 Issue: Energy 27% (2 ) 5 % (39) 2 % ( 6) 76 #1 Issue: Other 38% (3 ) 27% (22) 36% (30) Vote: Democrat Hillary Clinton 2 % ( 6 ) 47% (359) 32% (244) Vote: Republican Donald Trump 70% (585) 9% (74) 2 % ( 74) Vote: Someone else 38% (74) 5% (30) 47% (92) Vote: Barack Obama 27% (250) 39% (359) 33% (305) Vote: Mitt Romney 73% (468) 9% (56) 9% ( 2 ) Vote: Other 52% (42) 2% ( 0) 37% (30) Vote: Didn t Vote 3 % ( 32) 2 % (88) 49% (208) Region: Northeast 4 % ( 56) 26% (98) 33% ( 24) Region: Midwest 45% (2 9) 23% ( 3) 32% ( 56) Region: South 44% (340) 23% ( 78) 33% (25 ) Region: West 4 % ( 78) 29% ( 24) 3 % ( 33) 435 Trump: Fav 67% (665) 8% (8 ) 25% (243) 989 Trump: Unfav 2 % (205) 43% (422) 36% (356) 983 Trump: DK/NO 23% (22) 0% ( 0) 67% (65) 97 Trump: Total Fav 67% (665) 8% (8 ) 25% (243) 989 Trump: Total Unfav 2 % (205) 43% (422) 36% (356) 983 Trump: DKNO 23% (22) 0% ( 0) 67% (65) 97 Note: Row proportions may total to larger than one-hundred percent due to rounding. For more information visit MorningConsultIntelligence.com. 22

23 National Tracking Poll #170105, February, 2017 Table POL4 Table POL4: When it comes to voting on Judge Neil Gorsuchs nomination to the Supreme Court, do you think Senators should vote primarily based on Whether he is quali ed to be appointed to the Supreme Court Where Senators think he stands on political and social issues that might come before the Supreme Court Don t Know / No Registered Voters 58% ( 200) 26% (537) 6% (333) 2070 Gender: Male 60% (577) 26% (25 ) 4% ( 37) 965 Gender: Female 56% (623) 26% (286) 8% ( 96) 05 Age: % ( 62) 3 % ( 2) 24% (87) 362 Age: % (256) 29% ( 4 ) 8% (88) 485 Age: % (224) 25% ( 00) 20% (79) 404 Age: % (245) 25% (93) 0% (39) 377 Age: % (3 3) 20% (90) 9% (39) 442 PID: Dem (no lean) 48% (357) 36% (270) 5% ( 3) 740 PID: Ind (no lean) 58% (357) 24% ( 47) 8% ( ) 6 5 PID: Rep (no lean) 68% (485) 7% ( 2 ) 5% ( 09) 7 5 PID/Gender: Dem Men 48% ( 54) 38% ( 2 ) 4% (46) 32 PID/Gender: Dem Women 48% (203) 35% ( 49) 6% (67) 4 9 PID/Gender: Ind Men 62% ( 9 ) 2 % (64) 8% (55) 3 0 PID/Gender: Ind Women 55% ( 67) 27% (83) 8% (56) 305 PID/Gender: Rep Men 69% (232) 20% (66) % (36) 335 PID/Gender: Rep Women 67% (253) 4% (54) 9% (73) 380 Tea Party: Supporter 64% (400) 24% ( 5 ) 2% (77) 628 Tea Party: Not Supporter 56% (792) 27% (379) 8% (253) 424 Ideo: Liberal (1-3) 47% (292) 4 % (256) 2% (73) 62 Ideo: Moderate (4) 56% (252) 25% ( 2) 8% (82) 447 Ideo: Conservative (5-7) 72% (569) 7% ( 39) % (86) 793 Educ: < College 56% (755) 24% (330) 20% (275) 36 Educ: Bachelors degree 63% (290) 28% ( 3 ) 9% (39) 460 Educ: Post-grad 62% ( 54) 3 % (76) 8% ( 9)

24 Morning Consult Table POL4 Table POL4: When it comes to voting on Judge Neil Gorsuchs nomination to the Supreme Court, do you think Senators should vote primarily based on Whether he is quali ed to be appointed to the Supreme Court Where Senators think he stands on political and social issues that might come before the Supreme Court Don t Know / No Registered Voters 58% ( 200) 26% (537) 6% (333) 2070 Income: Under 50k 54% (607) 25% (283) 2 % (232) 2 Income: 50k-100k 6 % (407) 28% ( 90) % (75) 673 Income: 100k+ 67% ( 86) 23% (64) 9% (26) 276 Ethnicity: White 6 % ( 022) 25% (420) 4% (244) 686 Ethnicity: Hispanic 47% (86) 39% (72) 4% (27) 85 Ethnicity: Afr. Am. 45% ( 2 ) 3 % (8 ) 24% (64) 266 Ethnicity: Other 48% (57) 30% (36) 2 % (25) 8 Relig: Protestant 70% (378) 22% ( 9) 8% (46) 543 Relig: Roman Catholic 59% (250) 25% ( 08) 6% (67) 425 Relig: Ath./Agn./None 49% (256) 3 % ( 62) 9% (99) 5 7 Relig: Something Else 55% (20 ) 24% (88) 2 % (78) 367 Relig: Jewish 43% (24) 44% (25) 3% (7) 56 Relig: Evangelical 63% (360) 25% ( 42) 3% (74) 575 Relig: Non-Evang. Catholics 63% (383) 24% ( 45) 3% (8 ) 609 Relig: All Christian 63% (742) 24% (287) 3% ( 55) 84 Relig: All Non-Christian 52% (457) 28% (250) 20% ( 77) 884 Community: Urban 57% (288) 29% ( 45) 4% (72) 506 Community: Suburban 59% (57 ) 26% (25 ) 5% ( 42) 965 Community: Rural 57% (340) 23% ( 40) 20% ( 9) 599 Employ: Private Sector 60% (400) 27% ( 78) 4% (93) 670 Employ: Government 56% (66) 26% (3 ) 7% (20) 7 Employ: Self-Employed 47% (86) 32% (59) 2 % (38) 83 Employ: Homemaker 6 % ( 00) 24% (39) 5% (24) 63 Employ: Student 4 % (38) 35% (32) 24% (23) 94 Employ: Retired 70% (370) 22% ( 8) 8% (44) 532 Employ: Unemployed 47% (66) 24% (33) 30% (42) 4 Employ: Other 43% (74) 28% (48) 29% (49) 7 24

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