The public overwhelmingly supports social distancing and want it to continue as long as public health experts advise.
With health concerns at top of mind, Americans are especially worried about the strain on hospitals and doctors created by Trump’s response to the crisis.
Feeling the adverse economic impacts of the pandemic, the public is demanding strong, sustained federal action to combat the financial challenges ahead.
Americans are troubled by Trump’s “chaotic” and “unprepared” response to the coronavirus pandemic, while still approving of his policy response overall.
In the first edition of Navigator Daily, Americans are recognizing the severity of coronavirus. A slight majority approve of Trump’s response, but there are warning signs for the president as the crisis intensifies.
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Americans are broadly concerned about the coronavirus outbreak, with most expressing concern regarding the Trump administration’s preparation and response to the pandemic.
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Americans now hold a favorable view of the Affordable Care Act and oppose cuts to Social Security and Medicare.
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Progressives should keep structural problems front and center when framing popular policy ideas; Americans are concerned with Trump’s approach to Iran; a majority continues to support removing Trump from office.
Support for impeachment remains steady following the public hearings, while majorities think Trump committed wrongdoing and find the arguments from impeachment advocates convincing.
The President’s missteps on foreign policy, taxes, and the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) offers clear openings for progressives.
Most Americans continue to support impeachment, while even more suspect the President of wrongdoing. Support for impeachment may grow if progressives elevate the right validators and emphasize the right facts.