Two-thirds (67%) of Americans say the country is heading in the wrong direction.
Four in ten (40%) Americans currently hold favorable views of Donald Trump, compared to nearly six in ten (57%) who view him unfavorably.
White Americans are notably divided by partisanship, Christian affiliation, and educational attainment.
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Are Hispanic Americans Warming Up to Trump?
More than one-third (36%) of Hispanic Americans view Trump favorably, a significant increase from 2019.
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Trump Favorability Holds, Remains Substantially Lower Than March Peak
Favorable views of Trump remain essentially unchanged.
Hispanic Christian, Black Christian, and non-Christian religious groups are more likely to live in areas hardest hit by COVID-19 cases.
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The Vast Majority of Black Americans Dislike Trump, but That’s Not Unusual
Fewer than one in five Black Americans view the president favorably.
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Generation Z, Immigration, and the Fall Election
Trump is in serious trouble with younger voters.
What do Americans think about U.S. asylum policy?
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