Healthcare, immigration, and the state of the economy dominate mainstream conversations on top voter issues in 2020, but new survey data suggests a majority of black millennial voters will choose candidates who address student loan debt, criminal justice reform, and cybersecurity.
The survey, completed by Beyond Ideas Group, an integrated public affairs company founded by a former Obama White House and Treasury appointee, received over 400 responses. 94 percent of respondents indicated plans to vote in 2020. 56 percent listed student loan debt as the most important economic voting issue, 36 percent noted criminal justice reform was the most urgent domestic issue, and 59 percent indicated cybersecurity was the most significant international issue. Download the report.