Voters are more apt to vote by mail than in the past. But support for mail and online voting reforms has declined since April.
A majority continue to feel the country is moving in the wrong direction. Most disapprove of the President’s handling of the pandemic and continue to worry about becoming infected with coronavirus.
Americans say individuals, small businesses, and public schools need more government assistance to withstand the pandemic; large corporations do not.
Majorities support the right to practice any or no religion without government restriction, but many Americans think some groups face threats to these freedoms today.
Less than four months before Election Day, there is much interest in the campaign, but considerably less excitement. Political polarization continues to dominate the public’s views of the candidates and the issues.