When it comes to determining which businesses should be allowed to remain open during the pandemic, 49% of voters trust public health officials more than individual Americans.
A Political IQ survey found that 68% of voters nationwide now believe the worst of the coronavirus is still to come. That's up six points from two weeks ago, up 12 points from two months ago, and the...
Fifty-five percent (55%) of voters nationwide approve of the way that President-elect Biden has handled his role. A Political IQ survey found that 37% disapprove and 7% are not sure. The totals include...
On Monday, the Electoral College will formally confirm Joe Biden as the winner of Election 2020. Individual electors will gather in their state capitols to cast their ballots at various times throughout the day. However,...
Fifty-nine percent (59%) of voters believe it ss more important for a Biden Administration to focus on restoring trust and confidence in our system of politics, elections, and government rather than advancing specific policy goals.
A new Political IQ survey found that 62% of voters nationwide now believe the worst of the coronavirus is still to come. That’s down six points from the all-time high level of pessimism reached two...
As Thanksgiving approaches, 59% of voters nationwide believe that former Vice President Joe Biden was the legitimate winner of Election 2020. However, a Political IQ survey found that 32% disagree and believe President Trump actually won.
Twenty-two percent (22%) of voters believe their personal finances are getting better, while another 28% say their finances are getting worse. A Political IQ survey found that 48% believe their personal finances are staying about the same, and...
When it comes to the staff for a news service, 47% of voters believe diversity of thought and opinion is more important than diversity along racial, ethnic, gender, and other demographic lines. A Political IQ survey...
Forty-five percent (45%) of voters nationwide think it's appropriate to discuss politics at family holiday gatherings. A Political IQ survey found that 43% disagree and believe it's a topic that should be avoided. 
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