Polling data on Americans’ views towards paid leave, their workplace, and the Family and Medical Insurance Leave Act
Americans support taxing the rich in order to maintain Medicare and reject cutting benefits for future retirees
Fifth in a series of releases of findings from our post-election survey assessing how young voters voted in the midterm elections
Americans overwhelmingly support the creation of a national paid family and medical leave program.
Americans oppose overturning Roe v. Wade and legislation that would impose a nationwide abortion ban.
Americans support moving forward with progressive priorities to rebuild infrastructure, lower health care premiums, and generally addressing the cost of living for working families.
The public believes it is likely the ACA will be struck down and Roe v. Wade overturned if Amy Coney Barrett is confirmed; Americans are bothered by Trump’s tax returns revealing he has paid no income tax 10 of the last 15 years.
Public debate on Trump has shifted back toward coronavirus and majorities blame him for the recent surge in cases while feeling he is not doing enough on the pandemic and that he is pushing too aggressively to reopen.
Trump’s handling of the economy hits a new low; a majority disapprove of his decision to withdraw from the World Health Organization; Democrats hold a trust advantage on issues related to the pandemic while a majority views the House-passed HEROES Act as appealing because it gets economic relief to those who need it most.
Americans hold increasingly favorable views of the ACA, increasingly unfavorable views of Trump’s handling of health care, and have very serious concerns about Republicans’ failures to protect health care coverage for those with pre-existing conditions.
Worries about a “second wave” of coronavirus are top of mind as widely Americans approve of relief bills like the HEROES Act.
Americans support safely opening the government over reopening prematurely; more than two-thirds agree that fixing the health crisis is the key to restarting the economy.
Americans are prioritizing health care over personal finances, but appear more split when it comes to public health and the national economy; Trump’s approval ratings continue to erode on a number of key issues.
Few support efforts to repeal the Affordable Care Act, while Americans continue to be most concerned about Trump’s early inaction on the pandemic.
While Trump’s overall approval rating declines, Democrats hold advantages over Trump on key issues relating to the pandemic. More Americans now describe Trump as “unprepared” and fewer call him “honest.”