63% of Americans believe it’s a serious problem that Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump used a personal email address to conduct government business
The Economist/YouGov Poll Sample Conducted Margin of Error ±2.7% 1500 US Adult citizens February 16 - 18, 2020 1. Would you say things...
The Economist/YouGov Poll Sample Conducted Margin of Error ±2.8% 1500 US Adult citizens March 24 - 26, 2019 1. Would you say things in...
Michelle Obama has supplanted Angelina Jolie as the world’s most admired woman, according to YouGov’s annual study of which public figures the people of our planet look up to.
Daily Survey: Trump Tweets October 26 - 27, 2019 - 1000 US adult citizens 1. Direction of country Would you say things in this country...
Since mid-2017 favorable assessments of First Lady Melania Trump have increased nine points
Daily Survey: Trump Tweets March 3 - 4, 2019 - 1000 US adult citizens 1. Direction of country Would you say things in this country today...
About a quarter (27%) of Americans believe the coronavirus is a “major threat” to the nation, and even more (45%) believe it’s a “major threat” to the world.
More Americans say they don’t have very much sympathy or have no sympathy at all for the Royals than have even a fair amount of sympathy for them
A majority (54%) in the latest Economist/YouGov Poll now says it is likely that President Donald Trump will get the country into a war.
About four in ten (43%) Republicans believe that Johnson’s win in Britain makes it more likely that President Donald Trump will win in 2020 (Democrats overwhelmingly think there is no relationship).
From the World's Most Admired people to the most popular kind of wine, here are the top things we learned this year from YouGov polls and surveys.
Republican perception of NATO improves, though some aren’t sure of the United States’ role there
More than two-thirds (69%) of Americans in the latest Economist/YouGov Poll have a “very favorable” or “somewhat favorable” opinion of Queen Elizabeth II.
Three in 10 (31%) male Millennials say that they would “try to avoid being conscripted into the armed forces.”
More Americans say Erdogan as a strong leader than characterize President Trump that way. In this week’s poll, 49% call President Trump a strong leader, but 51% disagree.
As the House impeachment inquiry opens its public phase, the impact on opinions may be limited, as most Americans may not open to new information.