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By Laura Santhanam
Among the many coronavirus challenges the Biden administration faces, boosting public trust in the vaccine is a problem it must solve to move the U.S. past the pandemic.
President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris face a confluence of crises as they kick off their first 100 days in leadership.
By Vignesh Ramachandran, Chloe Jones, Dorothy Hastings, Isabella Isaacs-Thomas, Candice Norwood
A majority of Americans – 58 percent – say that people should not participate in indoor team sports this winter, according to the latest PBS NewsHour/NPR/Marist poll.
By Jamie Leventhal
Biden flipped the state of Arizona blue for the first time in decades, boosted in part by a large share of votes cast by Mexican Americans, according to AP’s VoteCast survey.
By Courtney Vinopal
By Courtney Vinopal, Laura Santhanam
President Donald Trump kept the state of Ohio in his reelection bid, but narrowly lost the suburban vote to former Vice President Joe Biden, according to preliminary data from the Associated Press’ VoteCast survey.
President Donald Trump won the state of Florida with support from a majority of voters -- 55 percent -- aged 45 and over, according to preliminary data from AP’s VoteCast survey.
In preliminary data, 62 percent of voters surveyed by AP VoteCast said they approved of the way the governor had handled the pandemic, and among those who approved of his handling of COVID-19, 81 percent voted for him.
Political polls should not be mistaken for crystal balls. That doesn’t mean they serve no purpose.
As states reopen and Americans are still struggling to figure out how they can safely return to work, school and other parts of their lives, being able to interpret and understand the numbers that do exist has become even more…
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