Ford and General Motors, the two largest vehicle manufacturers in the United States, have pivoted to medical equipment production in a wartime-like effort against COVID-19. As a result, there’s more positive sentiment around these brands than at any other time in the past year, according to YouGov BrandIndex data.
Most Americans aren’t convinced that religious or spiritual gatherings should be considered exempt from social distancing orders.
Canadians seem to be much happier with their government’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic than Americans.
The share of the public describing the economy as getting worse jumped eight points in the last week—up to 56 percent from what was already a record high (48%) for President Donald Trump’s administration.
President Trump daily job approval among registered voters - April 6, 2020: Approve 43%, Disapprove 54%
President Trump daily job approval among registered voters - April 5, 2020: Approve 44%, Disapprove 53%
A muted St. Patrick’s Day came and went as cascading shelter-in-place orders and strict social distancing rules canceled parades and made going to bars and pubs impossible for many Americans.
A YouGov poll finds that the majority of Americans (65%) support voting-by-mail. The idea of all-mail elections garners bipartisan support, and it is especially popular in states where it is already implemented.
President Trump daily job approval among registered voters - April 4, 2020: Approve 44%, Disapprove 54%
Social distancing rules have forced millions of Americans to stay home, and that seems to be good news for Peloton because US adults are now twice as likely to consider buying one of the exercise bikes than they were at the beginning of the year.