A: Democrats say yes, while Republicans and Independents feel neutral.
Democrats tended to view local government actions more favorably than Independents or Republicans.
Still, most people did not feel that local government has had a significant impact either way. Just 9% of Democrats, 5% of Independents, and 5% of Republicans said local government has had a "significant positive impact" on them. Only 1% of Democrats, 9% of Independents, and 14% of Republicans answered that local government has had a "significant negative impact."
Last updated on March 29, 2020. Please check back for updates.
Preliminary results based on 192 online survey respondents in the United States (44 Republicans, 90 Democrats, 58 Independents). Data from March 27, 2020 through March 29, 2020.
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