In the News: Will the economy be the tipping point for voters in the 2020 election?

“Some voters are likely to give Trump the benefit of the doubt since the recession was caused by the Coronavirus and not by an economic policy,” said Glen Bolger, a Republican strategist. “And some will remain supportive of the president for cultural reasons and not for the economy,” he said. Read more about the 2020 […]

In the News: Survey finds Public Supports Liability Protections for Firms

Sixty-one percent (61%) of voters express support when asked if “Congress should protect many businesses and types of companies from lawsuits being filed related to the Coronavirus.” Read more here about public opinion for proposals to provide liability protection for companies due to claims linked to the novel Coronavirus.

Coronavirus and Its Impact on U.S. Health Care Providers

A new survey conducted by Public Opinion Strategies in partnership with Jarrard Phillips Cate & Hancock examines some of the critical questions facing America’s health care delivery system: How are hospitals and health care providers positioned to shape the national dialogue about our country’s recovery from COVID-19? When will Americans be ready to resume “life […]

April 24 Coronavirus findings

Our latest summary of public opinion on all things related to the Coronavirus can be found here. Wave 3 (April 7) can be found here, wave 2 (March 28) can be found here and wave 1 (March 7) can be found here. Among the key findings of the most recent summary: Americans Continue To Feel […]

In the News: The Voters Trump Needs Most Right Now

Public Opinion Strategies and Hart Research conducted a poll for NBC/Wall Street Journal and found that certain swing groups hold the key to the 2020 presidential race. The constituencies reflected most in this group include white independents, Republicans who don’t regularly watch Fox News (or who consider themselves “soft” partisans), voters in Sun Belt swing […]

In the News: Trump’s plan to save his presidency

“An issue like this—nationalism—could come into play. They may not like everything he’s doing, but they like the way he’s standing up to China,” Neil Newhouse said. Read more here about the issues that could sway 2020 voters.

America Transformed: The Impact of COVID-19 in 10 charts

In only 10 charts we show some of the most dramatic shifts in a month we have witnessed:  A 51 point increase in American voters saying they are worried that they or a family member might get coronavirus.  A precipitous drop in rating the economy with a 25 point decline in only 24 days in […]

In the News: After the Pandemic, Then What?

Neil Newhouse, one of the most senior Republican pollsters in the business and another very wise person, observed, “Half the voters will believe the president took the right action, and the other half will believe he’s failed to meet the needs of the country. Our divisions are extraordinarily deep. This is unlikely to change a […]

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