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Small-Business Lending Program Gets Poor Marks From Voters

A plurality of voters, including 36 percent of Republicans, said the funds have been distributed unfairly

After Watching Biden Deny Reade’s Claims, 1 in 4 Democrats Want a Different Nominee

61% of Democratic voters believe the former VP’s denial after watching video clip

As Some States Reopen, Few Americans Are Comfortable Going Out Right Now

But Republicans are more ready than Democrats to resume normal activities

Sen. Booker Aims to Curb Price Gouging During Emergencies in New Bill

New Jersey lawmaker will aim to get the legislation included in an economic relief effort

Support for Federal Aid to State and Local Governments Is Wide and Bipartisan

But as GOP leaders pan idea of ‘blue state bailouts,’ Republicans are particularly swayed by ideological framing

Net Approval of Trump’s Coronavirus Response Reaches New Low

Since mid-March, net approval of the president’s COVID-19 handling is down 22 points

2020 Could Reimagine Conventions, but Democratic Chairs See Value in Tradition

As coronavirus upends politics this year, some have called to cancel or overhaul traditional nominating contests

News Media Credibility Rating Falls to a New Low

Republicans drive decline with average 16-point drop in trust for nine leading media outlets since 2016

COVID-19’s Economic Impact Starts to Take Center Stage for GOP Voters

Republicans are 30 points more likely than Democrats to say they’re more worried about economic fallout

Rep. French Hill Taking Narrow Approach to Coronavirus Relief Oversight

For Arkansas Republican, focus will be on what will stabilize economy, not on whether recipients deserve aid

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