Americans are cynical about the direction of the country; Trump continues to trail Biden
Two in three support restricting number of in class days while experts question effectiveness.
New ABC News/Ipsos data finds public broadly disapproves of the President’s handling of recent crises
New What Worries the World survey shows concerns over crime and violence, extremism are on the rise
Consumer confidence shows a slight dip vs. last week
Latest Newsy/Ipsos poll finds that Americans see widespread effects of COVID-19 on all facets of life, from elections, to child care
More people comfortable sending kids back to school or daycare within six months.
Personal experience with COVID-19 is connected to changes in partisan opinions and behaviors.
The new Sallie Mae/Ipsos report reveals that most families are not changing education plans for the upcoming academic year despite the pandemic.
Latest Axios-Ipsos study shows Americans changing behavior to adapt to coronavirus, but concerns and problematic behaviors remain
The Beryl Institute-Ipsos PX Pulse Dives into Racial Quality of Care Disparities and Finds That More Than Half of Black Americans and One-Third of Hispanic/Latino Americans Believe White Americans Receive Higher Quality Care