WASHINGTON (AP) — AP VoteCast found roughly two-thirds of voters said their opinion of President Donald Trump — either for or against — was what drove their choice in the election.
Only about a third said the same of his Democratic rival, former Vice President Joe Biden.
The expansive poll showed that roughly 4 in 10 voters said the pandemic was the top priority facing the country.
The economy followed close behind, with about 3 in 10 naming it as the most pressing issue.
By JOSH BOAK and HANNAH FINGERHUT The Associated Press