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Our new poll with @TheCOVIDCollab @CivicEnterprise @HarvardChanSPH finds bipartisan support for gov't funding for the manufacturing & distribution of at-home rapid antigen tests as part of a strategy to reopen the economy:
86% of Americans say they would use an at-home rapid antigen test, suggesting that antigen tests could be an important tool to curb the spread of COVID-19, per our new poll with @TheCOVIDCollab @CivicEnterprise @HarvardChanSPH:
Our new poll for @CNBC finds big support for President @JoeBiden (62% job approval!) and his first-year agenda for the country. Read report from @SteveLiesman:
Our new poll for @FirstFiveYears Fund finds that child care and early learning are both good policy AND good politics.
1% of liberals have negative feelings toward Dr. Anthony Fauci, 75% view him positively.
2% of core Democrats believe that Trump handled COVID-19 well from the beginning and continues to handle it well.
3% of voters say that Bob Woodward's book gave them a more favorable impression of Donald Trump (18% less favorable).
4% of teachers say remote learning has worked just as well as traditional in-person teaching (79% say less well).
5% of soft Democrats believe that the country is better off now than it was four years ago (93% say worse off).
6% of voters say they were more likely to back Trump after the presidential debate in October.
7% of Black voters approve of the job that Donald Trump is doing on race relations.
8% of voters opposed Congress appropriating funds for the U.S. Postal Service to maintain operations through the COVID-19 crisis.
9% of Americans who wear a mask say they have worn a bandana or a scarf due to the coronavirus.
10% of voters had no confidence at all in the federal government to deal with the outbreak of the coronavirus.
11% of teachers have purchased PPE for their students.
12% of Black women say that race relations are good in the United States.
13% of Democrats were comfortable sending their children to school in August (75% for Republicans).
14% of Republican voters say the candidate's personal character and integrity is one of the most important factors in their vote for president.
15% of Democratic voters had very little confidence in Trump's dealing with COVID-19 in March.
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