Democrat Joe Biden holds a 9-point national lead over President Donald Trump among registered voters for the November 2020 election, 49 percent to 40 percent.
If Americans want to know how the national economy is doing, many turn to the unemployment rate – not the stock market index.
About two in five (39%) approve of how Donald Trump is responding to the coronavirus pandemic.
In the latest Economist/YouGov Poll, more Americans favor (43%) the idea of reallocating police department funds toward social work and mental health resources than oppose it (33%).
The latest data from The Economist/YouGov reflects a 13-point increase in since February among Independents that believe Democrats can win the Senate in November.
While Republican approval in the latest Economist/YouGov Poll declined following the rulings (68% to 51%), Democratic approval soared (30% to 56%).
Most Americans — including 58% of Trump voters — expect an increase in cases as state economies reopen, something that is now reflected in spiking numbers in many states.
Democrat Joe Biden holds an eight-point national lead over President Donald Trump among registered voters for the November 2020 election, 49 percent to 41 percent.
In the latest Economist/YouGov Poll, nearly six in 10 people support the idea that Juneteenth should become a national holiday (59%).
Republicans (77%) are far more likely than Independents (45%) and Democrats (16%) to say that the national media’s treatment of Trump has been unfair.