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1 The unheard winning bold economic agenda Findings from Roosevelt Institute's Election night survey November 2016

2 Methodology National phone survey of 1, voters. This survey took place Monday, November 7 Wednesday November 9, 2016 among 1,300 voters or (on Monday only) those with a high stated intention of voting in In addition to a 900 voter base sample, oversamples of 200 Rising American Electorate voters (unmarried women, minorities and millennials) and 200 battleground state voters (AZ, FL, OH, IA, NC, NV, NH, PA, VA, WI) were included. Data shown in this deck is among all 2016 voters unless otherwise noted. Margin of error for the full sample is +/-3.27 percentage points at the 95 percent confidence level. Of the 1,300 respondents, 65 percent were interviewed via cell phone in order to accurately sample the American electorate. 1

3 Clinton wins popular vote nationally, trails in battleground states- Thinking about the presidential election, did you vote for -- Democrat Hillary Clinton, Republican Donald Trump, Libertarian Gary Johnson, or Green Party Candidate Jill Stein? PRESIDENTIAL VOTE Hillary Clinton Donald Trump Gary Johnson Stein/ Other Hillary Clinton Donald Trump Johnson/ Stein/ Other Nationally Battleground States 2

4 White working class now almost as Republican as minorities are Democratic Thinking about the presidential election, did you vote for -- (ROTATE CLINTON/TRUMP) Democrat Hillary Clinton, Republican Donald Trump, (ROTATE Now let me JOHNSON/STEIN) ask you about the Libertarian election Gary for Congress. Johnson, Did or Green you vote Party for Candidate (ROTATE) Jill the Stein? Democratic candidate or the Republican candidate? PRESIDENTIAL VOTE Hillary Clinton Donald Trump African American Seculars Hispanic Unmarried women Rising American Electorate College women Millenial Married women White unmarried women Men White noncollege women White noncollege men

5 Over 10 percent decided in the final week of the campaign When did you finally decide to vote for (INSERT CANDIDATE CHOSEN ): on Election Day, in the last few days before the election, the week before the election, during the debates, a month before the election, sometime in September, during the summer or before that? WHEN DECIDED Election Day Last few days Week before During debates Month before In September During the summer Before the summer Last Week Fall Convention or earlier 4

6 Close broke for Trump heavily When did you finally decide to vote for (INSERT CANDIDATE CHOSEN IN PRS16VT1/F): on Election Day, in the last few days before the election, the week before the election, during the debates, a month before the election, sometime in September, during the summer or before that? PRESIDENTIAL VOTE Hillary Clinton Donald Trump Hillary Clinton Donald Trump Hillary Clinton Donald Trump Hillary Clinton Donald Trump Last Week During Debates September Convention or earlier 5

7 Hillary Clinton close debates with her mission: "I will stand up for families against special interests against 9-1 I'm corporations." reaching out to all Americans.. We need everybody to help.. Grow the economy to make it fairer, to make it work for everyone I have made the cause of children and families really my life's work. That's what my mission will be in the presidency. I will stand up for families against powerful interests, against corporations. Well I would like to say to everyone watching tonight that I'm reaching out to all Americans, Democrats, Republicans and independents, because we need everybody to help make our country what it should be, to grow the economy, to make it fairer, to make it work for everyone. We need your talents, your skills, your commitment, your energy, your ambition. You know, I've been privileged to see the presidency up close, and I know the awesome responsibility of protecting our country and the incredible opportunity of working to try to make life better for all of you. I have made the cause of children and families really my life's work. That's what my mission will be in the presidency. I will stand up for families against powerful interests, against corporations. I will do everything that I can to make sure that you have good jobs with rising incomes, that your kids have 6 good educations from preschool through college. I hope you will give me a chance to serve as your president.

8 White working class men Trump base, but the women broke late Thinking about the presidential election, did you vote for -- (ROTATE CLINTON/TRUMP) Democrat Hillary Clinton, Republican Donald Trump, (ROTATE JOHNSON/STEIN) Libertarian Gary Johnson, or Green Party Candidate Jill Stein? Clinton End of Primaries 55 Trump Post-RNC Pre-DNC PRESIDENTIAL VOTE Final Debate End of Primaries Post-RNC Pre-DNC Final Debate ar-16 Jul-16 Nov-16 White Non-College Women Mar-16 Jul-16 Nov-16 White Non-College Men

9 White working class men Trump base, but the women broke late Thinking about the presidential election, did you vote for -- (ROTATE CLINTON/TRUMP) Democrat Hillary Clinton, Republican Donald Trump, (ROTATE JOHNSON/STEIN) Libertarian Gary Johnson, or Green Party Candidate Jill Stein? Clinton Trump PRESIDENTIAL VOTE Aug-16 Sep-16 Oct-16 Nov-16 White Non-College Women Aug-16 Sep-16 Oct-16 Nov-16 White Non-College Men NBC/WSJ polls from August, September, October and pre-election in November. 4-way vote presented except for in September.

10 THE ECONOMIC CONTEXT 9

11 Clinton closed on unity and opportunity, not economic change CLINTON CLOSING MESSAGE I think we can all agree it s been a long campaign but tomorrow you get to pick our next president. So here are a few things that I hope you ll think about. First it s not just my name and my opponent s name on the ballot. It s the kind of country we want for our children and grandchildren. Is America dark and divisive. Or hopeful and inclusive? Our core values are being tested in this election. But everywhere I go people are refusing to be defined by fear and division. Look we all know we have come through some hard economic times and we have seen some pretty big changes. But I believe in our people. I love this country and I m convinced that our best days are still ahead of us if we reach for them together. I want to be a president for all Americans not just those who support me in this election for everyone because we all have role to play in building a stronger fairer America. The second thing we want you to know is this I will work my heart as president to make life better for you and your family. We won t always get it right but you can count on this I never quit and I never will. I ll get up every day determined to make America safe and strong and make our economy work for every not just those at the top. And finally working for children and families has been the cause of my life but it s never been more important than it is right but it s never been more important that it is right now. This has to be or mission to give our kids and every American the chance to live up to their god given potential. So tonight I am asking for your vote and tomorrow let s make history together. 10

12 Obama's closing message: build on the progress with experience OBAMA CLOSING MESSAGE We've seen America turn recession into recovery. Our businesses create 15.5 million new jobs. Putting more people back to work than all the other advanced economies combined. A resurgent auto industry has led the fastest manufacturing growth since another Clinton was President. Incomes are rising. Poverty is falling. Twenty million more Americans have health insurance. Those are just the facts. And with just one more day to go, we now have the chance to elect a 45th President who will build on our progress. Who will finish the job. Who already has the respect of leaders around the world and the people they serve. Who is smart and who is steady and who is tested. Someone who comes to this office as well-prepared as anyone who has ever run -- The next President of the United States, Hillary Clinton. And that's how I know she will work her heart out for you for everybody still in need of a good job or a raise; for every child who needs a sturdier ladder out of poverty; for every student who needs relief from student debt; every immigrant who wants to contribute to this country they love; for every American who has not yet felt the progress of these past eight years. She will work. And she will deliver. She won t just tweet. 11

13 Voters dissatisfied with economy's progress and fairness Please tell me which one you agree with more, even if neither is exactly right. Much more Somewhat more Much more Somewhat more The economy is starting to get to full employment and a lot of people are finding jobs that pay more. Jobs still don't pay enough to live on and it is a struggle to save anything We can make our economy work for everyone by building on our progress with incremental changes. We need a bold and comprehensive agenda to rewrite the rules of our economy so it works for everyone and not just the wealthy

14 Majority of unmarried women can't deal with a $500 bill Please tell me which one you agree with more, even if neither is exactly right. I would be able to handle a sudden unexpected $500 expense. Total I would not be able to handle a sudden unexpected $500 expense. Much more Somewhat more Much more Somewhat more Unmarried Women Minority White noncollege women Rising American Electorate White noncollege men

15 RAE & working class say people in power aren t listening Please tell me which one you agree with more, even if neither is exactly right. The things I care about get the attention of People in power haven't paid much attention to people in power. what I worry about. Total Things I care about strongly Somewhat more Haven't paid attention strongly Somewhat more White Non- College Men White Non College Women Minority Unmarried Women Rising American Electorate

16 A lot RAE, including unmarried women, thought Trump expressed legitimate frustration Now I am going to read some pairs of short statements some people have made about our nation. After I read each pair, please tell me which statement comes closer to your own view even if neither statement is exactly right. Spoke for working class strongly Appealed to resentments strongly Trump spoke for a lot of working class Americans who were rightly frustrated. Donald Trump appealed to racial resentments more than working class problems Total Clinton Voters Trump Voters Unmarried Women White Unmarried women Minority White Non- College Men White Non- College Women 15

17 Growing opposition for new TPP trade deal over campaign Now, I'd like to rate your feelings toward some people and organizations, with one hundred meaning a VERY WARM, FAVORABLE feeling; zero meaning a VERY COLD, UNFAVORABLE feeling; and fifty meaning not particularly warm or cold. Post-RNC Pre-DNC Trans-Pacific Partnership Favorable Unfavorable Final Debate Jun-16 Jul-16 Aug-16 Sep-16 Oct-16

18 White working class behind Trump is done with CEO trickle-down Now, I'd like to rate your feelings toward some people and organizations, with one hundred meaning a VERY WARM, FAVORABLE feeling; zero meaning a VERY COLD, UNFAVORABLE feeling; and fifty meaning not particularly warm or cold. Unfavorable Favorable Unfavorable Favorable Mean: 23.7 Net: -50 TRICKLE-DOWN ECONOMICS Mean: 43.4 Net: -9 Very warm (75-100) Warm (51-74) Very cool (0-25) Cool (26-49) Mean: 36.3 Net: -27 Mean: 48.0 Net: -1 Mean: 37.7 Net: -31 CEO S of LARGE COMPANIES Mean: 40.0 Net: -28 Mean: 37.4 Net: -30 Mean: 45.1 Net: Clinton Voters White noncollege men White noncollege women 30 Trump Voters Clinton Voters White noncollege men White noncollege women 34 Trump Voters 17

19 REASONS FOR VOTING 18

20 Trump s vote was largely for him, not against Clinton, in end Which one of the following statements comes closer to your point of view, even if neither is exactly right. CLINTON VOTERS TRUMP VOTERS My vote is mostly a vote AGAINST Donald Trump +27 My vote is mostly a vote FOR Hillary Clinton Against Trump much more For Clinton much more My vote is mostly a vote FOR Donald Trump +86 My vote is mostly a vote AGAINST Hillary Clinton Against Clinton much more For Trump much more Vote AGAINST Trump Vote FOR Clinton Vote FOR Trump Vote AGAINST Clinton 19

21 Economy big part of Trump vote, shaking up elites for those who considered (IF TRUMP) Now let me read you a list of reasons to support Donald Trump. Which THREE describe the most important reasons why you voted for Donald Trump? (IF CONSIDERED TRUMP) why you considered voting for Donald Trump? ARGUMENTS FOR TRUMP Trump Voter Considered Trump His plans His plans to repeal to repeal and and replace Obamacare He will He block will liberals block liberals from from dominating the the Supreme Court His plans to cut taxes and regulations to grow the economy His plans to cut taxes and regulations to grow the economy A successful businessman who knows how to create jobs A successful businessman who knows how to create jobs His plans His to plans build to build a border a border wall wall and and get get tough on on illegal immigration immigration Will block bad trade deals that cost jobs and will put Would shake up the elite establishment and bring big change America first Would shake up the elite establishment and bring big change Will block bad trade deals that cost jobs and will put America first Will Will knock knock out out ISIS ISIS and and keep us safe I just could not vote for Hillary Clinton I just could not vote for Hillary Clinton

22 Clinton vote rooted in experience & temperament to be commander in chief & governing for all backgrounds, but not economic plans (IF CLINTON) Now let me read you a list of reasons to support Hillary Clinton. Which THREE describe the most important reasons why you voted for Hillary Clinton? (IF CONSIDERED CLINTON) considered voting for Hillary Clinton? Would govern for all Americans no matter their race, religion, Has the right temperament and experience to be president gender, or background Would govern for all Americans no matter their race, religion, gender, Has the right temperament and experience to be president or background Understands foreign affairs and would be a better Commander in Chief Chief Supports equal pay for women, a woman's right to to choose and Planned Parenthood Planned Parenthood Her Her plans plans to to grow grow the the economy by by raising raising taxes taxes on on the the rich rich and& investing in the middle investing classin the middle class ARGUMENTS FOR CLINTON Will continue Obama's progress You just could not vote for Trump Would be the first woman president Relentlessly battles for change Clinton voter Considered Clinton

23 Clinton prosecuted on treatment of minorities & trust with nukes, but not his tax cuts & tax returns (SKIP IF TRUMP AND DIDN'T CONSIDER CLINTON) Let me read you a list of doubts about Donald Trump. Regardless of your vote, which TWO describe the most important reasons NOT to vote for Donald Trump? Said hateful Said things hateful about things minorities, about minorities, immigrants, immigrants, Muslims, Muslims, and people and people with disabilities with disabilities Said Said disrespectful and and sexually aggressive things about women Is Is too too thin-skinned to to have control of nuclear weapons Wants big Wants tax cuts big for tax the cuts wealthiest for the wealthiest and his own and family, his own while family, refusing while refusing to release his tax to release returnshis tax returns Thinks women Thinks should women be should punished be punished for seeking for seeking an abortion an abortion and would and would overturn Roe v. Wade overturn Roe v. Wade efends Vladimir Defends Putin, Russian Vladimir aggression Putin, Russian overseas aggression and interference overseas and in interference in our election our election DOUBTS ABOUT TRUMP Only cares about himself Because he's a Republican Clinton Voter Considered Clinton

24 s dominate doubt about HRC, her wealthy donors opened them to Trump (SKIP IF CLINTON IN PRS16VT1/F AND DIDN'T CONSIDER TRUMP IN CHNCDT) Let me read you a list of doubts about Hillary Clinton. Regardless of your vote, which TWO describe the most important reasons NOT to vote for Hillary Clinton? Lied about her private server and mishandled classified information Lied about private server & mishandled classified information Showed bad judgement as Secretary of State and made Will pack the Supreme Court with liberal Justices the world less safe Would be four more years of President Obama's policies Showed bad judgement as Secretary of State & made world less safe Would Will pack be four the more Supreme years of Court President with Obama's liberal Justices policies Beholden to too many wealthy donors and Wall Street Beholden to too many wealthy donors and Wall Street Will raise taxes Just another DC elite insider who won't get anything done Just another DC elite insider who won't get anything done DOUBTS ABOUT CLINTON Will raise taxes Because she is a Democrat Because she is a Democrat Trump Voter Considered Trump

25 GOP trusted on economy and safety, Democrats on uniting country Now, I am going to read you a list of issues and I want you to tell me whether, overall, you think (ROTATE) the Democrats or the Republicans would do a better job with each issue. Much more Somewhat more Much more Somewhat more Uniting the country Reviving the middle class Bringing the right kind of change The economy Keeping America safe

26 Clinton never prosecuted the economic attack in battleground (IF CLINTON, CONSIDERERED) Which THREE describe the most important reasons why you voted /considered voting for Hillary Clinton? BATTLEGROUND STATES (SKIP IF TRUMP DIDN'T CONSIDER CLINTON) Regardless of your vote, which TWO describe the most important reasons NOT to vote for Donald Trump? Arguments for Clinton Doubts about Trump Better Commander in Chief 38 Racist, xenophic, ableist 43 Temperament 37 Disrespects women 30 Protects women 36 Nuclear threat 23 Economic plan to tax rich 31 Tax cuts for rich 19 Obama progress 26 Pro-life 19 Never Trump 19 Selfish 14 First woman president 16 Defends Russia 7 For change 11 Republican 1 25

27 White working class women heard attacks on Trump as leader and governing for all, but not economic plans or change (CLINTON, CONSIDERERED) Which THREE describe the most important reasons why you voted /considered voting for Hillary Clinton? WHITE NON-COLLEGE WOMEN (SKIP IF TRUMP DIDN'T CONSIDER CLINTON) Which TWO describe the most important reasons NOT to vote for Donald Trump? Temperament Governs for all Better Commander in Chief Protects women Never Trump Economic plan to tax rich First woman president For change Obama progress Arguments for Clinton Doubts about Trump Racist, xenophic, ableist Disrespects women Tax cuts for rich Nuclear threat Pro-life Selfish Defends Russia Republican

28 Both parties incompletely united Thinking about the presidential election, did you vote for -- (ROTATE CLINTON/TRUMP) Democrat Hillary Clinton, Republican Donald Trump, (ROTATE JOHNSON/STEIN) Libertarian Gary Johnson, or Green Party Candidate Jill Stein? PRESIDENTIAL VOTE 85 13% HELD BACK 82 14% HELD BACK Hillary Clinton Donald Trump Gary Johnson Jill Stein Donald Trump Hillary Clinton Gary Johnson Jill Stein Sanders Primary Voters Non-Trump Primary Voters 27

29 THE ECONOMIC DEBATE & AGENDA GOING FORWARD 28

30 CLINTON ECONOMIC AGENDA TAX RICH TO INVEST IN MIDDLE: I want to build an economy that works for everyone, not more trickle down economics for those at the top. The wealthiest need to pay their fair share in taxes and the middle class needs relief. I want to raise taxes on the wealthy and corporations who have seen all the income gains in recent years so we can make investments to help the middle class. FINANCIAL REFORM: We need to pass tough new rules that make our financial system work for families and small businesses. That means down-sizing "Too Big to Fail" banks, regulating shadow banking and risky financial activities that caused our financial crisis, and increasing enforcement of Wall Street crimes. CORPORATE TAXES: Corporations need to make a greater contribution to our country. The tax code rewards corporations for outsourcing jobs, and their profits overseas, instead of investing here in the United States, and we need to empower companies willing to take the high road. So we are going to crack down on the worst corporate abuses, close loopholes, and place an exit tax on corporations who try to outsource jobs or avoid their fair share of taxes. RAISE INCOMES: Creating enough good-paying jobs with rising incomes is the defining challenge of our time. We must raise the minimum wage, defend overtime pay and protect workers' rights. Provide tax credits to companies that share profits with their workers, end tax breaks for corporations outsourcing jobs, and invest in infrastructure to create millions of good paying jobs. INFRASTRUCURE INVESTMENT: In my first 100 days, we will work with both parties to pass the biggest investment in new, good-paying jobs since World War II. We can put Americans to work rebuilding out crumbling bridges and roads and investing in clean energy and technology to power a new century of economic growth. COLLEGE: America will only have a middle class if we make college debt-free so more young people can afford their education, and we should be helping generations of Americans refinance their debt from college to a lower rate. We must lift this heavy burden of debt. WOMEN ECON AGENDA: It's time our policies reflect how families live and work in the 21st century so women can get and keep better paying jobs. Let's ensure equal pay for women, guarantee 12 weeks of paid family leave, expand the child tax credit and make quality affordable childcare a reality. SPECIAL INTERESTS: Our democracy should work for everyone, not just the wealthy and well-connected. I will appoint Supreme Court Justices who will protect the right to vote, require outside groups to disclose their political spending so we get dark unaccountable money out of politics, and empower small donors. EDUCATION: Every child deserves a high-quality education, regardless of their zip code. We must expand access to early childhood education, empower our teachers and invest in our schools at all levels. That means modernizing our schools, updating our curriculums for the 21st century and expanding broadband internet access. CLIMATE: We can tackle the urgent threat of climate change by becoming the world's clean energy superpower, creating millions of good-paying jobs in the process. I want to invest in renewable energy, install half a billion solar panels by the end of my first term, and generate enough clean energy to power every home by

31 Majorities say these things belong at top of list of priorities And where does this go on the list of priorities for the next President and Congress the first priority, near the top of the list, the middle of the list, the bottom of the list, or no priority at all? CLINTON ECONOMIC AGENDA Improve education at all levels 4 12 Not a priority 1st Priority Top priority 58 Raise incomes and create good paying jobs Tax the rich, invest in the middle class Infrastructure jobs program in first 100 days Change corporate taxes to encourage good behavior Reform money in politics Women s economic agenda Protect financial reforms and go further Climate change, clean energy investment Debt-free college, refinance student debt

32 But many did not hear them during the campaign Let me read you some things the presidential candidates were saying during their campaign. Did you hear any of the presidential candidates say this during the campaign, yes or no? Did that statement make you more or less likely to support them? Much less likely to support Did NOT CLINTON ECONOMIC AGENDA Much more likely to support Hear Tax the rich, invest in the middle class % Make college debt-free and refinance student debt % Change corporate taxes to encourage good behavior % Raise incomes and create good paying jobs % Infrastructure jobs program in first 100 days % Protect financial reforms and go further % 31

33 ROOSEVELT POLICIES REFORM CORPORATE GOVERNANCE: It's time for corporations and CEOs to prioritize long term investments in workers and their companies over short-term gains and speculation. Let's end the practice of tying CEO pay to stock prices so corporations make decisions that encourage long-term growth over short-term personal gain. And let's limit the right of executives to use profits to buy back stock, which only benefits wealthy shareholders. FOSTER BETTER MARKETS: Large corporations have too much power which means less competition, higher prices, lower quality services, lower wages and less innovation. We need regulators who enforce antitrust law and address corporate abuses, lets revise merger guidelines to ensure competition and protect consumers and families, and create a new antitrust law so corporate mergers work for all Americans and consumers. LARGE SCALE PUBLIC INVESTMENT: It's time to make transformational public investments in our nation's infrastructure to fuel economic growth, put Americans to work, and meet the challenges of a 21st century economy. Let's not stop with updating our roads and bridges. Investing in high-speed rail, universal broadband, and a carbonreducing power grid will level the economic playing field while growing our economy in the long term. INVEST IN UNDER-SERVEDCOMMUNITIES: Every community needs investments in infrastructure to fuel growth and shared prosperity, but we should prioritize and target investments in communities that need it the most. Targeted investments in communities of color and rural communities that have historically been excluded can help create jobs and the vibrant communities that every American deserves. REFORM TRADE: I will not support TPP or any trade deal that prioritizes corporate interests over American families. I will appoint a commission to reform our trade policies to serve the common good and will ramp up enforcement of trade rules by appointing a new chief trade prosecutor and tripling the number of enforcement officers. 32

34 President-elect can get huge support if proposed RTR s most impactful policies Now, let me read you some statements that the president elect might say now. Does that statement make you feel much more positive, somewhat more positive, a little more positive or not at all positive about the president elect? ROOSEVELT POLICIES Much more positive Somewhat more positive LARGE SCALE PUBLIC INVESTMENT: It's time to make transformational public investments in our nation's infrastructure to fuel economic growth, put Americans to work, and meet the challenges of a 21st century economy. Let's not stop with updating our roads and bridges. Investing in high-speed rail, universal broadband, and a carbon-reducing power grid will level the economic playing field while growing our economy in the long term. INVEST IN UNDER-SERVED COMMUNITIES: Every community needs investments in infrastructure to fuel growth and shared prosperity, but we should prioritize and target investments in communities that need it the most. Targeted investments in communities of color and rural communities that have historically been excluded can help create jobs and the vibrant communities that every American deserves. FOSTER BETTER MARKETS: Large corporations have too much power which means less competition, higher prices, lower quality services, lower wages and less innovation. We need regulators who enforce antitrust law and address corporate abuses, lets revise merger guidelines to ensure competition and protect consumers and families, and create a new antitrust law so corporate mergers work for all Americans and consumers. REFORM TRADE: I will not support TPP or any trade deal that prioritizes corporate interests over American families. I will appoint a commission to reform our trade policies to serve the common good and will ramp up enforcement of trade rules by appointing a new chief trade prosecutor and tripling the number of enforcement officers. REFORM CORPORATE GOVERNANCE: It's time for corporations and CEOs to prioritize long term investments in workers and their companies over short-term gains and speculation. Let's end the practice of tying CEO pay to stock prices so corporations make decisions that encourage long-term growth over short-term personal gain. And let's limit the right of executives to use profits to buy back stock, which only benefits wealthy shareholders

35 Large-scale public investment in infrastructure and more is most supported policy for a next President across divides Now, let me read you some statements that the president elect might say now. Does that statement make you feel much more positive, somewhat more positive, a little more positive or not at all positive about the president elect? INFRASTRUCUTRE: It's time to make transformational public investments in our nation's infrastructure to fuel economic growth, put Americans to work, and meet the challenges of a 21st century economy. Let's not stop with updating our roads and bridges. Investing in high-speed rail, universal broadband, and a carbon-reducing power grid will level the economic playing field while growing our economy in the long term. Much more positive Somewhat more positive All voters Clinton voters Trump voters College educated White non-college educated 34

36 Majorities across divides support next president taking on corporate governance Now, let me read you some statements that the president elect might say now. Does that statement make you feel much more positive, somewhat more positive, a little more positive or not at all positive about the president elect? REFORM CORPORATE GOVERNANCE: It's time for corporations and CEOs to prioritize long term investments in workers and their companies over short-term gains and speculation. Let's end the practice of tying CEO pay to stock prices so corporations make decisions that encourage long-term growth over short-term personal gain. And let's limit the right of executives to use profits to buy back stock, which only benefits wealthy shareholders. Much more positive Somewhat more positive All voters Clinton voters Trump voters College educated White non-college educated 35

37 Incredible support across divides for President-elect pushing reforms to create more competitive markets Now, let me read you some statements that the president elect might say now. Does that statement make you feel much more positive, somewhat more positive, a little more positive or not at all positive about the president elect? CREATE BETTER MARKETS: Large corporations have too much power which means less competition, higher prices, lower quality services, lower wages and less innovation. We need regulators who enforce antitrust law and address corporate abuses, lets revise merger guidelines to ensure competition and protect consumers and families, and create a new antitrust law so corporate mergers work for all Americans and consumers. Much more positive Somewhat more positive All voters Clinton voters Trump voters College educated White noncollege educated 36

38 Strong support for investing in under-served communities Now, let me read you some statements that the president elect might say now. Does that statement make you feel much more positive, somewhat more positive, a little more positive or not at all positive about the president elect? INVEST IN UNDER-SERVED COMMUNITIES: Every community needs investments in infrastructure to fuel growth and shared prosperity, but we should prioritize and target investments in communities that need it the most. Targeted investments in communities of color and rural communities that have historically been excluded can help create jobs and the vibrant communities that every American deserves. Much more positive Somewhat more positive All voters Clinton voters Trump voters College educated White noncollege educated 37

39 Strong support for limiting corporate influence & new trade prosecutor Now, let me read you some statements that the president elect might say now. Does that statement make you feel much more positive, somewhat more positive, a little more positive or not at all positive about the president elect? TRADE: I will not support TPP or any trade deal that prioritizes corporate interests over American families. I will appoint a commission to reform our trade policies to serve the common good and will ramp up enforcement of trade rules by appointing a new chief trade prosecutor and tripling the number of enforcement officers. Much more positive Somewhat more positive All voters Clinton voters Trump voters College educated White non-college educated 38

40 Voters want bold changes, starting with appointments Please tell me which one you agree with more, even if neither is exactly right. Much more Somewhat more Much more Somewhat more Presidential appointments do not have much of an impact on how the rules are applied and the economy works. The type of people the next President appoints to key positions can have a major impact on how the rules are applied and the economy works It is more important that the next President's economic team have experience working at financial institutions they will regulate. It is more important that the next President's economic team does not have ties to Wall Street and the financial institutions they will regulate

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