27% of Blacks Say Black Voter Who Chooses Trump Over Biden Is Not Really Black

One-in-four black voters agree with Joe Biden that a black voter who chooses Donald Trump over Biden is not really black.

The latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone and online survey finds that only 13% of all Likely U.S. Voters agree that a black voter who opts for Trump, a Republican, instead of Democrat Biden is not really black. Seventy-three percent (73%) disagree, while 14% are undecided.

27% of Blacks Say Black Voter Who Chooses Trump Over Biden Is Not Really Black

One-in-four black voters agree with Joe Biden that a black voter who chooses Donald Trump over Biden is not really black. The latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone and online survey finds that only 13% of all Likely U.S. Voters agree that a black voter who opts for Trump, a Republican, instead of Democrat Biden is not really black.

Most Remain Suspicious of Politicians Who Play the ‘Race Card’

Joe Biden triggered a backlash last week when he said blacks who choose President Trump over him aren’t really black, but most voters continue to believe politicians only play the so-called ‘race card’ to win, not to fix minority problems. Still, they see Democrats like Biden as a bigger help than Republicans.

A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone and online survey finds that only 19% of Likely U.S. Voters think most politicians raise racial issues to address real problems. Sixty-nine percent (69%) say they raise racial issues just to be elected, although that’s down from a high of 78% when we first asked this question six years ago. Thirteen percent (13%) are undecided.

Most Remain Suspicious of Politicians Who Play the ‘Race Card’

Joe Biden triggered a backlash last week when he said blacks who choose President Trump over him aren’t really black, but most voters continue to believe politicians only play the so-called ‘race card’ to win, not to fix minority problems. Still, they see Democrats like Biden as a bigger help than Republicans.

Politics Remains A Big Factor in Voter Views of COVID-19 and America’s Response

Views of the coronavirus crisis and how America has responded continues to break down along party lines, which helps explain why Red Republican states are opening up while Blue Democrat states are extending their lockdowns.

The latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone and online survey finds that a plurality (46%) of Republicans believes the United States has overreacted to the coronavirus threat, while 67% of Democrats and 58% of voters not affiliated with either major party say the country has underreacted.

Among all likely voters, 27% say the United States overreacted, while 50% believe it has underreacted. Just 21% think the response has been about right.

Politics Remains A Big Factor in Voter Views of COVID-19 and America’s Response

Views of the coronavirus crisis and how America has responded continues to break down along party lines, which helps explain why Red Republican states are opening up while Blue Democrat states are extending their lockdowns.

Most Agree With Trump’s Temporary Cutback in Regulating Small Business

Voters come down strongly on the side of small businesses, with most in favor of President Trump’s plan to loosen government regulation on them while they recover from the coronavirus lockdown.

The latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone and online survey shows that 58% of Likely U.S. Voters approve of Trump’s decision to temporarily limit government regulation of small businesses to help them bounce back. Just 26% are opposed, while 17% are undecided.

Most Agree With Trump’s Temporary Cutback in Regulating Small Business

Voters come down strongly on the side of small businesses, with most in favor of President Trump’s plan to loosen government regulation on them while they recover from the coronavirus lockdown. The latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone and online survey shows that 58% of Likely U.S.

Americans Say Fewer Out of Work Than A Month Ago

The number of Americans citing lost jobs in their immediate family thanks to the coronavirus has fallen back to the level seen earlier in the crisis.

A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone and online survey shows that 32% of American Adults now say they or someone in their immediate family has lost their job because of the coronavirus outbreak. This is down from 40% in mid-April and back to the 32% reported a month earlier.

Americans Say Fewer Out of Work Than A Month Ago

The number of Americans citing lost jobs in their immediate family thanks to the coronavirus has fallen back to the level seen earlier in the crisis. A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone and online survey shows that 32% of American Adults now say they or someone in their immediate family has lost their job because of the coronavirus outbreak.

Americans Praise Fauci But Share Trump’s Desire to Get Going

Americans give Dr. Anthony Fauci high marks for his performance during the coronavirus crisis but disagree with his continuing go-slow approach to reopening the country.

A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone and online survey finds that 65% of American Adults rate Fauci’s performance as good or excellent. Just 11% say he’s done a poor job. (To see survey question wording, click here.)

Similarly, 68% share a favorable opinion of the immunologist who is perhaps the most visible member of the Trump Administration’s White House Coronavirus Task Force, with 42% who view him Very Favorably. Only 20% regard Fauci unfavorably, and that includes just eight percent (8%) with a Very Unfavorable view.

Fauci at a Senate hearing last week cautioned against too-rapid reopening of the country, prompting rare public disagreement from President Trump. But 49% of Americans agree with Trump’s statement in response to Fauci’s testimony: “We have to get the schools open. We have to get our country open. We have to open our country. Now we want to do it safely, but we also want to do it as quickly as possible. We can’t keep going on like this.” Thirty-six percent (36%) disagree with the president. Fifteen percent (15%) are undecided.

Americans Praise Fauci But Share Trump’s Desire to Get Going

Americans give Dr. Anthony Fauci high marks for his performance during the coronavirus crisis but disagree with his continuing go-slow approach to reopening the country. A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone and online survey finds that 65% of American Adults rate Fauci’s performance as good or excellent.

Consumer Spending Update: Americans Question Economy But Still Have Faith in Their Own Wallets

As parts of the country slowly emerge from coronavirus lockdown, economic confidence has slowed from April’s rapid descent, dropping just one point to 93.7 in May. But this is the lowest finding in six years of surveying and six points below the April 2014 baseline.

Enthusiasm about the economy started to grow immediately following Donald Trump’s election as president in November 2016 and jumped to 147.8 in January 2020 and then began its decline in February. In President Obama’s final years in office, this index reached a high of 121.5 in January 2015 and was at 108.1 his last month in the White House.

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