Q: Has the White House Eased Concerns?

A: Yes, for Republicans, but not for Democrats or Independents.

On average, Republicans reported that President Trump's administration has had a "mild positive impact" towards easing their concerns (0.67). However, Independents said that the White House has had a "mild negative impact" (-0.93) and Democrats felt even more strongly with an average score of -1.55 ("significant negative impact").

Approximately 28% of Republicans said the Trump administration has had a "significant positive impact" towards easing their concerns. Only 1% of Independents and no Democrats agreed with this sentiment.


In fact, the majority of Democrats (72%) and Independents (51%) said the opposite—that the White House has had a "significant negative impact" on them. One in ten Republicans also felt this way.


Last updated on March 30, 2020. Please check back for updates.


Preliminary results based on 287 online survey respondents in the United States (61 Republicans, 141 Democrats, 85 Independents). Data from March 26, 2020 through March 29, 2020.


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