NEW from Gallup:— Heidi Przybyla (@HeidiNBC) April 9, 2020
Conservative only vs. liberal only "news media diet"
-57% vs 28% blv COVID no more deadly than flu. (FALSE)
-71% vs 28% blv media paying too much atten.
-94% vs 11% blv Trump doing great job.
conserv: Fox, Breitbart, OAN, Nat Review
liberal: MSNBC, NYT, CNN, Vox
CNN poll:— Josh Kraushaar (@HotlineJosh) April 8, 2020
Non-college white approval on Trump’s handling of coronavirus: 62%
College white disapproval on Trump’s handling of coronavirus: 63%https://t.co/kQ80tHOta8
Share of American voters leaving their homes and going out as usual via new Quinnipiac poll:— Ryan Struyk (@ryanstruyk) April 8, 2020
2% white women
9% white men
Trump’s worst nightmare is Republican voters turning against him. It’s happening. pic.twitter.com/WMUQlv9fcG— The Lincoln Project (@ProjectLincoln) April 7, 2020
One of the big things that Democrats and Republicans disagree about is what's more worrisome: the health or economic impacts of the coronavirus. 77% of Democrats are more worried about health; 69% of Republicans are more worried about jobs & the economy. (14/?)— Drew Linzer (@DrewLinzer) March 31, 2020
Democrats and Republicans are also divided on the news media. Democrats think the media is giving an accurate picture (64%) or even under-reporting the outbreak (15%). Republicans overwhelmingly believe (71%) that the media is making the outbreak sound worse than it is. (15/?)— Drew Linzer (@DrewLinzer) March 31, 2020
Democrats, Republicans, and Independents agree: The coronavirus is a real threat, not blown out of proportion. Even so, there is still a big partisan divide.— Drew Linzer (@DrewLinzer) March 31, 2020
Percent saying "real threat" by party:
In sum, more than half of US households (54%) have either lost work or had hours cut (26%), or are insecure/at risk: 28% are extremely or moderately concerned about the financial impact of coronavirus on their household. (7/?)— Drew Linzer (@DrewLinzer) March 31, 2020