Half of all Republicans believe that President Joe Biden’s $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief package should be passed because of the proposed round of $1,400 stimulus checks, according to a new poll.
However, a new poll out Thursday found the $1.9 trillion virus relief package Biden is overwhelmingly popular, with 73% of Americans backing the plan — including a whopping 53% of Republicans.
In a survey released Wednesday by Navigator Research, a Democratic firm, 39 percent of respondents said they believe the worst is yet to come in the pandemic, the lowest percentage since the study began in April 2020.
Eighty percent of Americans want Congress to pass a proposal for $1,400 per person stimulus checks, including 68 percent of Republicans making less than $50k a year. [embeds Navigator tweet]
Supporters point to recent polls from CBS News finding that 83 percent of Americans support Congress’ efforts to pass more COVID relief and from Navigator Research that a majority of Americans support each of the key provisions in the Biden plan.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Today, Navigator Research released new polling showing Americans remain pessimistic about the current and future state of the national economy. However, Navigator…
“From White House @PressSec Jen Psaki today, @Potus’ COVID rescue plan has bipartisan support among voters: “A new survey from Navigator Research out this morning shows 72% of Americans support the rescue plan, including 53% of Republicans,” Psaki replied.
Additionally, Navigator Research released new findings that show seven in 10 Americans support the economic relief package, and that “each provision of it earns support from at least three in five Americans.”
About a month after the election, researchers with Navigator charted out the Trump-Biden electorate into four categories: Populists, conservatives, liberals, and libertarians. Their findings were similar to those of 2016, that the route to national victory for presidential candidates is striking a balance between economic populism and cultural conservatism.
A poll conducted between Jan. 27 and Feb. 1 by the Democratic firm Navigator Research finds that nearly two-thirds of voters worry Congress won’t spend enough money on virus relief.
Of all the factors identified, Trump’s behavior in the face of the pandemic might have been the largest contributing factor to his failure. In March, a Navigator Research poll showed 53% of Americans supported Trump’s handling of the crisis, a level that would plummet 26 percent by October.
A press release announcing the ad buy noted a Jan. 13 poll from the left-leaning firm Navigator Research that found a majority of respondents supported removing Trump from office and were worried about more violence after last week’s riots in the Capitol.
A Navigator poll from late April, for instance, tested multiple narratives about who’s to blame for the pandemic, asking voters which of two statements they agreed with more even if they didn’t fully agree with either.
A poll by the progressive Navigator project found just 20% supported fully reopening schools—and the share of those who opposed reopening schools increased 20 points since June.
As the Vice President ramps up his campaigning ahead of the November election, his comments about the coronavirus are more rare than his attacks on…