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As 2021 begins, 16% of voters nationwide believe the need for social distancing and wearing masks in public will continue at least for another year. At the other end of the spectrum, a Political IQ survey found that 16%...
Thirty-seven percent (37%) of voters nationwide said they planned on making a New Year’s Resolution heading into 2021. A Political IQ survey found that just over half of them—19% of all voters—say it’s Very Likely that they’ll stick to...
Forty-five percent (45%) of voters believe that 2021 will be better for the United States than 2020. A Political IQ survey found that 17% believe it will be worse and 27% expect things to remain about the same. Democrats are...
To increase people’s confidence in the results of the next presidential election, 90% of voters nationwide believed it is important to improve the process of voter registration, voting, and the counting of ballots. A Political IQ survey found that...
Twenty-four percent (24%) of voters nationwide believe requiring people to show their photo ID before voting is a form of voter suppression. However, a Political IQ survey found that 64% of voters reject that description of voters ID laws. Sixty-seven...
The latest Political IQ national survey found that 52% of voters nationwide approve of the way that President-elect Biden has handled his role. That's down three points compared to two weeks ago.  At this point, it's too early to know...
When it comes to determining which businesses should be allowed to remain open during the pandemic, 49% of voters trust public health officials more than individual Americans.
As 2021 approaches, 58% of voters nationwide are looking forward to the end of social distancing and wearing masks more than getting the COVID vaccination.
Sixty-three percent (63%) of voters nationwide say that their faith is more important than their politics. A Political IQ survey found that 17% take the opposite view and say politics is more important in their life. Thirteen percent (13%)...
As was the case in November, a Political IQ survey of the upcoming U.S. Senate races in Georgia shows that the outcome of the January 5 election is far too close to call at this point. The survey, conducted December 8...
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