Americans in the latest Economist/YouGov Poll express high levels of support for the Equal Rights Amendment.
About two-thirds of Americans (and 44 percent of Republicans) believe the president tweets too frequently.
A majority of Democratic primary voters are looking forward to Michael Bloomberg's participation (65%) on the debate stage.
Overall, only a third (34%) correctly choose “below 4%” when asked about the unemployment rate, and that group includes just 46 percent of Republicans.
Americans in the latest Economist/YouGov Poll don’t like the federal government punishing all state residents over a policy disagreement with a state government.
Senator Bernie Sanders, for the first time in the national Economist/YouGov Poll, is ahead among Democratic voters when they are asked their first choice.
The public did not think the US Senate impeachment trial was well-handled and did not think it was fair and unbiased (46%).
Americans aren’t all that worried about the possibility of contracting the coronavirus, but they are prepared to take action to keep the threat as far away as possible.
Americans in the latest Economist/YouGov Poll — including Democrats, Republicans, and many Americans who say religion is very important in their own lives — support the separation of church and state.
Democrats claim they will not be watching and don’t want to watch the State of the Union.