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More Than Eight-In-Ten Americans Get News From Digital Devices Via Pew Research: The transition of news from print, television and radio to digital spaces has caused huge disruptions in the traditional news industry, especially the print news industry. It is also reflected in the ways individual Americans say they are getting their news. A large […]

25% Of Voters Support Splitting U.S. Into Two Countries Via Just The News: A sizable percentage of U.S. voters support a proposal to split the country into two separate countries — amid bitter political divides, according to a new Just the News Daily Poll with Scott Rasmussen. Twenty-five percent of respondents back “splitting the red states and blue states […]

New Poll Think Trump Should Keep Pushing For Investigations Into Voter Fraud Via Just The News: Nearly 40% of registered voters believe that President Trump should continue to press for investigations into allegations of voter fraud during the 2020 election, according to a new Just the News Daily Poll with Scott Rasmussen. Among those surveyed, 39% believe the […]

US Population Growth Smallest In At Least 120 Years Via AP News: The U.S. population grew by the smallest rate in at least 120 years from 2019 to 2020, according to figures released Tuesday by the U.S. Census Bureau — a trend that demographers say provides a glimpse of the coronavirus pandemic’s toll. Population growth […]

Opinion Evenly Split On Whether Fraud, Corruption Marred Presidential Race Via Just The News: More than seven weeks after Election Day, a Just the News poll with Scott Rasmussen finds that only 47% of registered voters surveyed believe Biden won fairly in a secure election process. Another 47% believe there was some degree of voter […]

Majority of Americans Worried Governments Will Keep Pandemic Powers Via Just The News: A majority of registered U.S. voters are worried that government officials in the U.S. will retain their newly claimed expansive powers following the end of the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a new Just the News Daily Poll with Scott Rasmussen. Sixty-two percent of the […]

Americans’ Mental Health Ratings Sink to New Low Via Gallup: Americans’ latest assessment of their mental health is worse than it has been at any point in the last two decades. Seventy-six percent of U.S. adults rate their mental health positively, representing a nine-point decline from 2019. Each year since 2001, Gallup has asked Americans […]

AP-NORC Poll: Only Half In US Want Shots As Vaccine Nears AP News: As states frantically prepare to begin months of vaccinations that could end the pandemic, a new poll finds only about half of Americans are ready to roll up their sleeves when their turn comes. The survey from The Associated Press-NORC Center for […]

Daily Life Has Gotten Worse for Nearly 2 in 5 Adults During Pandemic Via Morning Consult: Nearly 2 in 5 adults say their daily lives have gotten worse during the coronavirus pandemic, according to a Morning Consult survey that asked how people’s relationships, finances and health have fared since COVID-19 struck. Even so, 19 percent […]

Over A Third Of Voters Disapprove Of How Biden Is Handling His Role Post-Election Via Just The News: Over a third of U.S. voters disapprove of the way Joe Biden has handled his public role in the weeks following the Nov. 3 election, according to a new Just the News Daily Poll with Scott Rasmussen. Biden since […]

Nearly Half Of All U.S. Voters Have Unfavorable View Of Socialism Via Just The News: Nearly half of all U.S. voters have a negative view of socialism, according to a new Just the News Daily Poll with Scott Rasmussen. Less than a third – 29% – said they had a favorable view of the political philosophy or theory, which […]

Study: Students Falling Behind In Math During Pandemic Via AP News: A disproportionately large number of poor and minority students were not in schools for assessments this fall, complicating efforts to measure the pandemic’s effects on some of the most vulnerable students, a not-for-profit company that administers standardized testing said Tuesday. Overall, NWEA’s fall assessments […]

Pumpkin Pie Is The Best Thanksgiving Pie, Say Americans Via YouGov While on Thanksgiving turkey may be the star of the show, no festive feast is complete without a slice of pie.   Among Americans who plan to celebrate Thanksgiving this year, YouGov data finds 35% say their favorite pie to eat on the holiday is pumpkin pie. Pecan pie is a distant […]

Majority Of Voters Don’t Think Governors Have Ability To Limit Private Gatherings Via Just The News: Fifty-seven percent of registered U.S. voters say governors do not have the legal authority to limit gatherings, amid an increase in coronavirus cases across the country that has resulted is some governors either imposing orders or making requests on how […]

More Voters Want COVID Decisions Made At The Local Level Via Just The News: Nearly half of all registered U.S. voters want COVID-19 pandemic decisions made by local leaders as opposed to national ones, according to a new Just the News Daily Poll with Scott Rasmussen. When asked, 47% of respondents said they would prefer mitigation measures […]

Black & White Americans Disagree On The Role Of Activism In America Via YouGov Are activist movements calling for social change bringing the country together or tearing it apart? Depends on who you ask.   Data from YouGov’s Social Change Monitor finds that across generations, Black Americans are more likely to see activism as uniting the country, while white Americans […]

Minority Believe Biden Is Legitimate Winner Of Election; A Third Say Trump Won Via Just The News: More than a third of registered voters believe Donald Trump legitimately won the presidential election, according to a new Just the News Daily Poll with Scott Rasmussen. Less than half of all respondents — 49% — believe Joe Biden legitimately won […]

Americans Plan to Scale Back on Holiday Spending This Year Via Gallup: Americans predict they will spend an average $805 on Christmas gifts this year, significantly below their estimate a year ago ($942) and the lowest October holiday spending projection Gallup has measured since 2016. The sharp decline in Americans’ spending intentions since 2019 points […]

U.S. Voters Enthusiastic, Anxious as 2020 Campaign Ends Via Gallup: As the 2020 race for president draws to a close, U.S. voters are feeling both enthusiastic about voting and fearful of what the outcome will mean for the country if their candidate loses. Most also agree that the stakes are higher than in previous presidential […]

Most Voters Think For Foreign Powers Are Trying To Influence Election Via YouGov: Following reports from Microsoft that it had blocked cyberattacks from Russia, China and Iran on the presidential campaigns, the latest Economist/YouGov poll finds that most registered voters think all three countries are trying to influence the election.  Three quarters of registered voters say they believe Russia is trying to manipulate the outcome, as […]

Voters Think Hunter Biden Has Engaged In Corrupt Business Dealings Via YouGov: At the final presidential debate Donald Trump tried to land a blow on Democratic rival Joe Biden by suggesting that purported evidence from a laptop computer links him to alleged corrupt business dealings by his son, Hunter Biden. While the veracity of the […]

Trump Job Rating Steady; Other Mood Indicators Tick Up Via Gallup: President Donald Trump’s job approval is steady at 43%, while Americans’ ratings of the state of the nation and the U.S. economy are slightly improved from September. The Sept. 30-Oct. 15 Gallup poll finds 43% of Americans approving and 55% disapproving of the job […]

New Poll Suggest Many Sports Fans Are Ready to Return to Indoor Events Via Morning Consult: Prior to the coronavirus pandemic, selling points for new billion-dollar sports facilities included luxuries like giant video boards, lavish club spaces and gourmet concessions. But during a walkthrough of the New York Islanders’ partially completed new arena earlier this […]

Census Takers Fall Short Of Target Goal In Areas Of US Via AP News: From tribal lands in Arizona and New Mexico to storm-battered Louisiana, census workers who go door to door were unable to reach all the households they needed for a complete tally of the U.S. population, a count that ended abruptly last […]

AP-NORC/USAFacts Poll: Many In US Distrust Campaign Info Via AP News: In a presidential election year that has thrown the country’s divisions into stark relief, Americans can agree on this: Misinformation about government and politics is a major problem. A new survey by The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Opinion Research and USAFacts finds that […]

More Voters Than in Prior Years Say Election Outcome Matters Via Gallup: A record-high percentage of U.S. voters say the outcome of this year’s election matters more to them than prior elections did. The 77% of registered voters holding this view is up six percentage points from 2016 and is the highest in Gallup’s trend […]

As Election Day Nears, More Democrats Say They’ll Head to the Polls Via Morning Consult: Amid the pandemic’s summertime surge, Democrats seemed inclined to cast their ballots by mail in this year’s elections, egged on by messages from the party’s campaigns to do just that to avoid Election Day lines.  But as Nov. 3 has […]

AP-NORC poll: Voters See The Nation As Fundamentally Divided Via AP News: The overwhelming majority of voters believe the nation is deeply divided over its most important values, and many have doubts about the health of the democracy itself. And supporters of President Donald Trump and Joe Biden alike think the opposing candidate will make […]

What Voters Thought Of The Dueling Presidential Town Halls Via YouGov: A snap poll conducted by YouGov immediately after the Donald Trumpand Joe Biden town halls sheds light on how voters felt about the dueling televised events. Overall, 14% of registered voters said they watched President Trump’s town hall in Miami on NBC, 17% said […]

Americans’ Readiness To Get COVID-19 Vaccine Falls To 50% Via Gallup: Americans’ willingness to be vaccinated against the coronavirus has dropped 11 percentage points, falling to 50% in late September. This sharp decline comes after the percentage dwindled from 66% in July to 61% in August.   Meanwhile, according to Gallup Panel data from Aug. […]

Three-quarters of voters say faith is important in their personal lives Via Justthenews: The vast majority of U.S. voters say their religious faith plays an important role in their personal life, according to a new Just the News Daily Poll with Scott Rasmussen. A full 72% of voters say that their “religion or faith” is either somewhat or […]

What Americans Think About Trump Catching COVID19 Via YouGov: President Donald Trump announced via Twitter late last night that he and the First Lady, Melania Trump, have both tested positive for COVID-19.   A YouGov snap poll conducted this morning finds that nearly all registered voters (92%) had heard at least a little about the news.    There are many questions about […]

Just Over One-Third Of Voters Consider Themselves ‘Woke’ Not everyone is as woke as you have been led to believe  Via JustTheNews: Just over one-third of registered U.S. voters consider themselves “woke” – while substantially more either don’t know what the term means or don’t think it applies to them, according to a new Just the News Daily Poll […]

Gallup Poll: Americans Remain Distrustful of Mass Media Via Gallup: At a time when Americans are relying heavily on the media for information about the coronavirus pandemic, the presidential election and other momentous events, the public remains largely distrustful of the mass media. Four in 10 U.S. adults say they have “a great deal” (9%) […]

54% Want Government To Solve More Problems in U.S. Via Gallup.com: For the first time in Gallup’s 28-year trend, a majority of Americans think the government should do more to solve the nation’s problems. As the U.S. continues to struggle with the coronavirus pandemic, the resulting economic downturn, and racial injustice issues, 54% of U.S. […]

Gen Z Less Likely Than Public To Identify As Sports Fans Via YouGov: The millennial generation’s coming-of-age coincided with massive growth in the North American sports industry. Between 2010 and 2018, the North American sports market grew more than 40 percent from $49.9 billion to $71.1 billion, according to PricewaterhouseCoopers, fueled primarily by skyrocketing media […]

AP-NORC Poll: Support For Racial Injustice Protests Declines Via APNews:  As the decision in Kentucky to bring charges against only one of three police officers involved in the raid that killed Breonna Taylor sparks renewed protests nationwide, a new survey finds support has fallen for demonstrations against systemic racism. The poll from The Associated Press-NORC […]

Majority Of Americans Bracing For Drawn Out Election Decision The optimism over the speed of the election decision differs greatly between political parties. Via YouGov: When do Americans expect to know the results of the presidential election? And are they confident their vote will be counted accurately?  It’s clear from the latest Economist/YouGov Poll that the two candidates’ supporters plan on voting in different ways:   58 percent of those voting to re-elect President Donald Trump plan to vote at the polls on election day, while 53 percent of […]

Gen Z Feels That Virtual Schooling Is Leaving Them Behind Via Morning Consult: According to a recent Morning Consult survey, 83 percent of Gen Z students said they were either attending classes completely or partially remote this semester. And although many of these students got their first experience with remote learning in the spring semester, […]


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