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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63% of Americans believe it’s a serious problem that Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump used a personal email address to conduct government business
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A YouGov survey of nearly 26,000 people across 21 countries and regions finds that at least half of respondents in many places have been using cash less often because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Most 18-to 24-years-old men (59%) and women (57%) agree with the statement “going bald terrifies me”, according to a YouGov poll of more than 32,000 Americans.
Data from a YouGov poll of nearly 13,000 US adults finds that almost two thirds (64%) of Americans would support their state instituting a one-month lockdown in order to limit the spread of the coronavirus.
But why do YouGov Chat users think COVID-19 will get worse in the US? We asked our Chat users to dig deeper and tell us what they think. You can join the conversation here.
We compare the country using YouGov’s COVID-19 trackers
New data finds that nearly a quarter (23%) of 18-to 24-year-olds say they’ve sought mental health counseling during the pandemic.
COVID-19 has claimed hundreds of thousands of lives, upended the economy, and has forever changed how we work, communicate and socialize. As the coronavirus pandemic rages, a recent YouGov survey sheds light on how much of an impact Americans think the virus will have on the life and culture of their country compared to some of the biggest wars, technological advancements and national tragedies since the Second World War.
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.
When we asked Chat users to tell us why they would not get a COVID-19 vaccine, many cited concerns over safety and the speed of vaccine development. “I feel the vaccine will be rushed because it’s an election year. The full side effects will not be known,” wrote one user. “I’m not sure that the vaccine is going to be safe. It appears that it is being rushed,” said another.
About a quarter of the American population thinks local stay-at-home orders are a violation of civil liberties, according to a recent YouGov poll of nearly 9,000 Americans.
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,
One in five Americans think herd immunity is good government policy to address COVID-19, according to a recent YouGov poll.
In this week's poll, 62 percent of those who say they are concerned about the safety of a fast-tracked coronavirus vaccine, say they would not get vaccinated themselves. Of those who say they are very concerned, a quarter (26%) say they would get the vaccine, while two in five (42%) say they would not. One-third (33%) of Americans who are very concerned about the safety of a fast-tracked vaccine say they are still unsure if they would get vaccinated themselves.
Half of Americans say vaccine development is being shaped by political interests, not public health interests. The data follows news that US states were told to prepare to distribute a COVID-19 vaccine as soon as October.
Latest round-up of YouGov’s coronavirus survey results
In an August 2020 YouGov poll of more than 6,000 US adults, 31 percent say that their mental health has worsened during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Compared to Americans, Canadians were slower to adopt mask use, but have since caught up. As of August 19, 80 percent of Canadians say they wear a mask when in a public place, most likely spurred by successive mandates put in place by provinces and major Canadian cities, including Toronto, Montreal and Ottawa.
Distrust in the safety or effectiveness of Russia’s COVID-19 vaccine rises with education level. While 73 percent of Americans with some or no college background say the vaccine has not been proven to be safe or effective, about four in five (79%) college graduates, and 83 percent of Americans with a postgraduate education, agree.
Two in five (40%) would be vaccinated when the vaccine is ready, but 27 percent would not — and even more say they aren’t sure what they would do.