Associated Press

Associated Press 22 May 2020

AP poll shows continued U.S. economic struggles


About a quarter of Americans say someone in their household has lost a job amid that downturn. And as the American economy begins to reopen, some are hesitant to get back to normal activities. (May 22)

With all 50 states at least partially re-opened, a new AP-NORC poll shows most Americans still support public health restrictions to control the virus spread and they're concerned a second wave of coronavirus infections could hit later this year. (May 20)
A new Monmouth University poll shows voters are divided over whether to believe a sexual assault allegation against Joe Biden. The Intercept's D.C. bureau chief Ryan Grim joined CBSN to discuss his reporting on Tara Reade's claims.
Krystal and Saagar discuss a poll released by Axios that shows the emotional well being of people by their socioeconomic groups.
Krystal and Saagar discuss new poll numbers on Trump and Biden's approval ratings on overall performance, handling of the coronavirus crisis.

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