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Exclusive: Republicans, Democrats agree on one thing: Doubt about fair election – Reuters/Ipsos poll

Jul 31 2020

Americans across the political spectrum have widespread concerns that November's U.S. election will be marred by fraud, interference or efforts to suppress the vote, according to a new Reuters/Ipsos poll released on Friday. | Video

Support dips for protests, but many Americans reject Trump's response: Reuters/Ipsos poll

Jul 29 2020

NEW YORK Americans' support for the Black Lives Matter protests has declined since the immediate aftermath of the death of George Floyd in May renewed a national conversation on race, yet more than half still disapprove of President Donald Trump's response, according to a Reuters/Ipsos opinion poll.

Biden, leading Trump by eight points, also has a big advantage with undecided voters: Reuters/Ipsos poll

Jul 22 2020

NEW YORK Democratic candidate Joe Biden leads President Donald Trump by 8 percentage points in support among registered voters, and the former vice president appears to have a significant advantage among voters who are undecided, according to a Reuters/Ipsos opinion poll. | Video

Despite Trump's pressure, most Americans think it is unsafe to reopen schools: Reuters/Ipsos poll

Jul 16 2020

NEW YORK Only one in four Americans think it is safe for public schools to reopen this fall as U.S. coronavirus cases climb, and four in 10 parents said they would likely keep their children home if classes resume, a new Reuters/Ipsos opinion poll shows. | Video

Despite Trump's pressure, most Americans think it is unsafe to reopen schools - Reuters/Ipsos poll

Jul 16 2020

NEW YORK Only one in four Americans think it is safe for public schools to reopen this fall as U.S. coronavirus cases climb, and four in 10 parents said they would likely keep their children home if classes resume, a new Reuters/Ipsos opinion poll shows. | Video

Despite Trump’s pressure, most Americans think it is unsafe to reopen schools: Reuters poll

Jul 16 2020

NEW YORK Only one in four Americans think it is safe for public schools to reopen this fall as U.S. coronavirus cases climb, and four in 10 parents said they would likely keep their children home if classes resume, a new Reuters/Ipsos opinion poll shows. | Video

POLL-Despite Trump’s pressure, most Americans think it is unsafe to reopen schools

Jul 16 2020

NEW YORK, July 16 Only one in four Americans think it is safe for public schools to reopen this fall as U.S. coronavirus cases climb, and four in 10 parents said they would likely keep their children home if classes resume, a new Reuters/Ipsos opinion poll shows.

Two in three Americans want to see Trump's tax returns, Reuters/Ipsos poll shows

Jul 15 2020

NEW YORK Two out of three Americans want to see President Donald Trump's income taxes, and about half believe he has been withholding them for reasons that could hurt him politically, according to a Reuters/Ipsos public opinion poll.

Most Americans believe Russia targeted U.S. soldiers, want sanctions in response, Reuters/Ipsos poll shows

Jul 08 2020

NEW YORK A majority of Americans believe that Russia paid the Taliban to kill U.S. soldiers in Afghanistan last year amid negotiations to end the war, and more than half want to respond with new economic sanctions against Moscow, according to a Reuters/Ipsos poll released on Wednesday.

Americans' concerns about coronavirus jump as cases surge, Reuters/Ipsos poll shows

Jul 01 2020

NEW YORK Americans' anxieties over the spread of the novel coronavirus have risen to the highest level in more than a month, according to a Reuters/Ipsos poll, as the number of cases surged across the country, pushing the death toll to more than 127,000 people.

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