Melania and Ivanka Trump tie in The Daily Show/YouGov poll with an overall win percentage of 57.
The Daily Show teamed up with YouGov to figure out what might happen in a fantasy scenario in which members of the Trump family were all running against one another.
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President Donald Trump and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden will meet for the first debate of the 2020 general election cycle this evening. Here is what YouGov’s most recent data says about how Americans view each of the debate topics.
In the last week, the share of Democrats willing to be vaccinated, has dropped ten points (from 49% to 39%), to its lowest level ever since the question was first asked in mid-July.
The latest data from The Economist and YouGov finds that 23 percent of Americans now think the economy is getting better.
Senator Collins, who represents Maine’s second congressional district, is found favorable by a quarter (25%) of Americans in the Northeast, while 32 percent of Northeasterners find her unfavorable. Two in five (43%) Americans in the Northeast say they don’t know if they have a favorable or unfavorable opinion of Collins.
Senator Graham, who represents South Carolina’s third district, gathers many unsure opinions in the South, with two in five (40%) Southerners stating that they don’t know if they have a favorable or unfavorable opinion of him.
The Democratic presidential nominee, former Vice President Joe Biden, continues to lead President Donald Trump among likely voters nationally – this week by seven points – but the latest Economist/YouGov Poll finds many of Biden’s supporters are decidedly jittery about what will happen on November 3.
Americans tend to view Mitt Romney more unfavorably (46%) than they do favorably (32%)
Just five weeks remain until election day, and Joe Biden, the Democratic nominee for president, has a six-point national lead over President Donald Trump among registered voters, new Economist/YouGov Poll data shows.
Nearly half the public say Ruth Bader Ginsburg was a “great” or “near great” justice on the Supreme Court.
In the latest Economist/YouGov Poll are more likely to see the current two climate crises as the result of global climate change than the opposite, though responses on this question continue to be divided sharply along partisan lines.
In polling taken ahead of the death of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has seen his popularity slip among those in his party, with roughly half (52%) of Republicans holding a favorable opinion of the Kentucky senator, a four-point drop from January.
According to the latest Economist/YouGov Poll, a quarter (25%) of Americans say they are completely clear on Biden’s polices, while 33 percent say they are somewhat clear. Among those who support Biden in the trial heat against Trump, 86 percent say they are at least somewhat clear of what he would seek to accomplish in the White House.
In the latest Economist/YouGov Poll, slightly more Republicans say they won’t be vaccinated as say they will, and nearly a third aren’t sure what they will do.
Nearly half (45%) of Americans say they are confident in Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden’s ability to deal with the COVID-19 outbreak, compared to about two in five (39%) who say they are confident in President Donald Trump’s ability to deal with the pandemic, according to the latest Economist/YouGov Poll,
New Economist / YouGov Poll data shows more than half (57%) of Trump supporters think Biden will get the United States into a war. The figure among Biden supporters who think Trump will get the country into a war is even higher, at 74 percent.
Polling from The Economist and YouGov finds that almost three in five (59%) Americans believe Russia is actively trying to influence the upcoming US presidential election
Americans believe President Donald Trump minimized the risks of the coronavirus outbreak early in 2020, as recorded in interviews Bob Woodward had with the president for Rage, Woodward’s latest book. In the latest Economist/YouGov Poll, Republicans divide relatively closely on this question, while Democrats and Independents overwhelmingly agree the President downplayed the virus.
Trump continues to slightly lead Biden among white Americans (49% vs 42%) and adults over 65 years old (52% vs 43%). This week, Biden and Trump are tied for support (45% vs 45%) among men.
American voters aren't sure if they’ll know who won the presidency on Election Night before they tuck in for bed. But the latest Economist/YouGov Poll suggests they don’t expect a long slog, like expectations the more than month-long delay that happened after the 2000 election, when the Supreme Court ruled that Republican George W. Bush had defeated his Democratic opponent, Al Gore.
Three-quarters (75%) of Americans say it is likely that there will be mass protests if President Trump is re-elected in the upcoming November election.