The most effective trailer of the week belongs to “The Father”.
New YouGov data shows how comfortable consumers are going to the movies, and how Hollywood’s shift to a video-on-demand business model may affect cinema attendance in a post-COVID-19 world.
Vice President Kamala Harris has political power, but many of her opponents say she has too much of it.
Three-quarters of Americans (77%) support sending $1,400 relief checks to middle- and working-class Americans, easily the most-popular element of the bill across party lines.
Democrats tend to believe things will either get better or remain the same for many of the social groups YouGov asked about in this survey, spanning different races, religions, and sexual orientations.
One in five Republicans (19%) say cancel culture is one of the most important issues facing the country today.
Many of those who have received the vaccine are still concerned (65%) about the prospect of contracting COVID-19.
As one world leader recently said, the speed at which technology is changing will never be slower than it is now, and YouGov research across 17 regions shows just how many consumers already feel left behind.
While the debate to “right to repair” continues in North America and Europe, new YouGov data shows how consumer attitudes around fixing tech, rather than replacing, differs among geographic markets.
YouGov’s Social Change Monitor shows that Americans’ positive associations with this slogan peaked in the early part of the summer (a net score of +17 in June), when protests were most active.
A majority of Republicans (80%), Democrats (78%), and Independents (77%) have heard about New York underreporting COVID-19 deaths in nursing homes.
YouGov's International Media Consumption report 2021.
Opinion of Cruz slipped in the days following the crisis. The drop was sharpest among his fellow Republicans, an 8-point drop in favorability (68% to 60%), coupled with a 10-point jump in unfavorable ratings (15% to 25%).
Americans today may have become more open to the use of renewable fuels now, and majorities want greater use of wind (61%) and solar power (68%).
YouGov's analysis of the global banking and finance sector 2021.
In February 2020, two-thirds of Americans (68%) said they were following news about the pandemic “very closely” or “somewhat closely.” Now, three-quarters (77%) are paying attention to the news coverage.
When YouGov began asking this question in February 2020, just 39% of Americans were very or somewhat worried about personally experiencing COVID-19.
In a YouGov poll, 31% of Americans believe climate change is “fully responsible” for the winter storms in Texas.
“Blithe Spirit”, which is due for a limited theatrical release by IFC Films, took home the mantle of most effective trailer of the week
Vaccine anxiety comes in two forms – the 26% of the public in this week’s Economist/YouGov poll who say they will not get a COVID-19 vaccine (with many uncertain), as well as those who want the injection and aren’t sure when they will be able to get one.