In a campaign between two teetotalers, Americans’ preference of alcoholic beverages can say something about their choice for president.
A series of Insider polls conducted from August through October found some political splits in alcohol consumption, as well as among those like Democratic nominee Joe Biden and President Donald Trump who abstain.
Here’s a breakdown of the numbers, which come from an aggregation of nine polls taken between August 8 and October 12. All told, the polls combined to 10,077 respondents, 8,623 of whom indicated they were registered to vote and 8,321 of whom said they would likely do so. Respondents were asked about their intentions of who they would vote for in November as well as a number of other questions.