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Here’s How Solution Providers In 9 Swing States Say They Will Vote
CRN takes a closer look at how solution providers in battleground states said they plan cast their ballots.
A recent CRN survey of solution providers across the country showed that more respondents said they will vote for Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden over Republican President Donald Trump in Tuesday’s election, but how does that play out across the battleground states?
In the CRN poll, 50 percent of 288 respondents said they plan to vote for former vice president Biden, while 34.7 percent said Trump will get their vote for re-election to a second term. Just over 9 percent of respondents said they had not yet decided how to vote when CRN’s survey was conducted at the end of October, while 3 percent said they did not plan to vote.
But with the Electoral College in play, CRN took a closer look at how respondents in battleground states said they plan cast their ballots. While the sample sizes per state are too small for true statistical analysis, we can provide an anecdotal (and anonymous) look at how solution providers in the swing states of Arizona, Florida, Georgia, Michigan, Minnesota, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania and Texas said they plan to vote and why.
For each state we show the number of solution provider responses we collected for each state and how their responses split, along with insight from one respondent who plans to vote for the candidate leading that state in our poll.