53% of U.S. adults who voted in the general election say they engaged in at least 1 of 6 political activities over the past six months.
A large majority of Americans say additional COVID-19 aid is needed – and want Congress to pass it as soon as possible.
Just 4% of registered voters support Trump or Biden and a Senate candidate from the opposing party.
Just half of registered voters expect to know results within a day or two of Election Day, including nearly identical shares who support Trump and Biden.
Comparable majorities of both candidates’ supporters say it “really matters” who wins in November, with large majorities on both sides saying a win by the opposing candidate would lead to “lasting harm” for the country.
Across a range of political values – around race, gender and family, immigration and religion – there are stark contrasts between voters who support Donald Trump and those planning to vote for Joe Biden in November.
A majority of Americans say significant changes are needed in the "fundamental design and structure of American government."
More Americans oppose than favor the government providing a universal basic income for all adult citizens
The idea of the government providing a universal basic income draws broad opposition from Republicans but is generally supported by Democrats.
With less than three months until Election Day, Joe Biden has an advantage over Donald Trump among registered voters. But support for Trump is much stronger.
Six-in-ten say the primary reason the number of confirmed coronavirus cases is increasing is that there are more new infections; 39% say cases are rising mainly because more people are being tested than in previous months.