Republicans (35%) are far less likely than Democrats (81%) or Independents (56%) to believe Martin Luther King’s birthday should be a national holiday.
A majority believe social media sites should suspend those who post violent content (70%) or hate speech (71%), promote racial divisions (71%), support the overthrow of the government (66%), or spread disinformation (63%).
About half (48%) say President Trump should resign, while 42% disagree. A similar number (48%) would remove him from office, though 44% would not.
Three-quarters of Democrats (75%) and Republicans (74%) currently say that the country is off on the wrong track.
The latest Economist/YouGov poll indicates that one-quarter (27%) of Americans now have a family member or close friend who has died from COVID-19 complications.
Republicans are three times (21%) as likely as Democrats (6%) to be “very” pessimistic about what comes next for the world.
Just about as many Republicans now say they are worried about contracting the virus (49%) as say they are not (51%).
Only two in five (39%) Republicans approve of how Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is handling his job.
Despite their desire for Joe Biden to not assume the White House, Republican recognition that Biden will be inaugurated on January 20 continues to rise.
One in three Americans will be celebrating Christmas with people from other households
By more than two to one (51% vs 19%), Americans reject the possibility of the president pardoning himself.
More than a third of Americans (38%) now see Russia as an enemy of the United States, up 11 points since April 2017.
In the latest Economist/YouGov Poll, just 15% of Americans say they have heard “a lot” about Brexit in the news recently.
Only 41% of Americans say they will get vaccinated against COVID-19, while 31% say they will not (more than a quarter are unsure).
Republican approval rating of the Supreme Court dropped 33-points after Friday’s decision (72% to 39%) in the Texas case.
Fewer Americans in the Economist/YouGov Poll believe the country is headed in the right direction (18%) than at any point in the last four years.
Less than half of adults (46%) say they will celebrate the holidays with others this year.
Most Biden voters are convinced that the Supreme Court is conservative (72%) while Trump voters describe the Court as moderate (55%).
Half of those who say the economy is getting worse give President Trump all or most of the blame, while most of those who say it is getting better give the President only some – or none – of the credit.
70% of President Trump’s supporters have no confidence that the election was fair.