Overall, 29 percent of Americans say health care is the most important issue to them, according to a new Economist / YouGov Poll of nearly 1,500 US citizens, followed by 22 percent who say the top issue is jobs and the economy.
About three-quarters of registered voters say the advertisement is negative (74%), and about half call it dishonest (49%).
Better than two-thirds of Americans strongly or somewhat support that these candidates be required to take a cognitive exam (67%).
Across party lines, registered voters agree that voting in the election is important. Nearly nine in 10 (89%) Republicans, 83 percent of Independents, and 86 percent of Democrats say voting in the presidential election is very important.
For 85 percent of Democrats, and 80 percent of Republicans, the ability to take responsibility is a very important leadership quality in a president.
America’s willingness to be vaccinated for COVID-19 has hit a new low. Data from the Yahoo News/YouGov Poll shows roughly two in five (42%) of US adults say they will get vaccinated if and when one becomes available, down seven points from 55 percent on May 6.
The former vice president continues to boast a strong lead among Black Americans (76% vs 12%), Hispanic Americans (54% vs 24%), adults under 30 years old (48% vs 28%), women (53% vs 36%), and moderate voters (58% vs 29%).
About half of registered voters voters called the clip inspiring (53%) and honest (48%).
A YouGov poll of registered voters indicates that the "Break In" ad attacking Joe Biden did not increase registered voters’ opinion of Donald Trump — though it did slightly drag down Democrats’ and Independents’ positive opinion of Biden.
Young adults (meaning those between 18 and 24 years old) are especially likely (44%) to oppose a government ban on TikTok. This is also the generation most likely to say they’re familiar with TikTok – only 8 percent of adults under 24 say they are not familiar with TikTok. In contrast, about one-quarter (24%) of those over 55 say they’re unfamiliar with TikTok.