YouGov data shows that a plurality of Americans (45%) support the federal government providing financial assistance to airlines impacted by COVID-19, but one-third (34%) are opposed.
Ford and General Motors, the two largest vehicle manufacturers in the United States, have pivoted to medical equipment production in a wartime-like effort against COVID-19. As a result, there’s more positive sentiment around these brands than at any other time in the past year, according to YouGov BrandIndex data.
Like countless other sectors, the auto industry has felt the COVID-19 pain, both from the demand side as consumers shy away from large purchases, and from the supply side as manufacturing chains have come to a halt in an effort to slow the spread of the disease.
According to residents that indicate they commute to work or school, 78 percent of those that live in the Philadelphia metropolitan area indicate they have a “very easy” or “somewhat easy” commute.
On the surface, an all-electric Hummer may seem oxymoronic. But the idea addresses some truths about American car buyers: In general, they want big vehicles, they are conscious about fuel consumption and they believe electric vehicles are the future.
Close to three in 10 (28%) Americans say they are very interested (14%) or somewhat interested (14%) in watching performances from Jennifer Lopez and Shakira at the 2020 Super Bowl.
From the World's Most Admired people to the most popular kind of wine, here are the top things we learned this year from YouGov polls and surveys.
Medical schools and hospitals dominate YouGov’s 2019 Brand Advocacy Rankings.
Ford has good reason to harness the power of the iconic Mustang nameplate to market its next all-electric SUV.
In the latest Economist/YouGov Poll labor unions are seen favorably by 47 percent of the public, with 33 percent unfavorable.