public opinion

The actor's March 2020 diagnosis made many take the coronavirus more seriously.
With a vaccine rollout just getting underway in the U.S., public opinion remains in flux.
In a new HuffPost/YouGov poll, just 19% say the country is doing better than most.
Police reform seems likely to join gun control and immigration as issues where Americans overwhelmingly support changes, but Congress is unable or unwilling to do anything.
But views about policing remain divided along partisan and racial lines, a new HuffPost/YouGov survey finds.
Public opinion on the outbreak is evolving quickly, a new HuffPost/YouGov survey finds.
What remains to be seen is whether that momentum will continue.
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The Minnesota congresswoman thinks it's just a matter of time, despite polling showing 6 out of 10 Americans don't think the president should be impeached.
Gallup has been tracking the favorability of unions for decades, and it's been steadily rising since the recession ended.
One of the new polls, conducted by Fox News, put the gun group's numbers in the red for the first time in nearly two decades.
A roughly equal share of his opponents disagree.
Scot Peterson was charged with negligence and child neglect for not entering the building during the shooting.
The president has stripped the veneer of respectability off the super-rich.
And opponents can't call the White House switchboard to let the president know because it's not working due to the government shutdown.
Generations past and present weigh in on everything from hitchhikers to financial windfalls to the honesty of Congress.
And voters on both sides of the aisle say they're paying attention to the fight over Supreme Court appointments.
He was already unpopular. But so far, the latest news seems merely to have reinforced the partisan dynamics already in play.
Sometimes, the court of public opinion proves to be a little less drastic than its legal equivalent.
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