Polls continue to show more and more Americans no longer believe the torrent of lies from Trump and his administration, particularly on the coronavirus pandemic.
As support of change in the way police departments treat blacks grows, approval of Trump’s many missteps drops to the lowest points in his presidency and in recent presidential history.
White House spin is not convincing to Americans when it comes to Coronavirus or other issues.
Poll shows Americans are the unhappiest they’ve been in 50 years and they don’t know how to cope with it.
Roughly two-thirds of Americans say they felt nervous, depressed, lonely or hopeless on at least one of their past seven days, the poll found.
As layoffs increase and businesses close because of the coronavirus, American workers find themselves with less or no income during a critical period.
The survey found that about 9 in 10 Americans say they’re washing their hands more frequently, roughly 7 in 10 are avoiding large groups and about 6 in 10 are avoiding touching their faces. Older Americans are especially likely to say they’re avoiding large groups, with 77% saying they’ve done that in response to the coronavirus.
In a still-crowded field, votes have many varied opinions about the candidates. Same for the man sitting in the White House.