NewsNation’s study on COVID-19 pandemic restrictions, immigration
NewsNation’s study on COVID-19 pandemic restrictions, immigration

NewsNation’s study on COVID-19 pandemic restrictions, immigration

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(NewsNation) – NewsNation released a new poll with Decision Desk HQ on Wednesday, asking registered voters about their views on the COVID-19 pandemic and related restrictions, supply chain problems and the trucking industry and immigration at the southern border.

NewsNation / Decision Desk HQ surveyed 1,038 registered voters on April 17 and 18 using the Samplify online voter panel. Error margins averaged around 3%, but vary from question to question because the number of people answering each question is different (learn more about why error margins matter here).

See the full result of the poll below. The percentages were rounded to the nearest tenth of a percent.

Question 1: Do you approve or reject the way Joe Biden handles his job as president? (Error margin: 2.9)

  • Highly approved: 23.9%
  • Somewhat approved: 23.5%
  • Something rejects: 15%
  • Strongly rejects: 37.6%

Question 2: When you think about the problems the country is facing today, how worried are you about the COVID-19 pandemic? (Error margin: 2.9)

  • Very worried: 28.7%
  • Somewhat worried: 34.5%
  • Not so worried: 22.8%
  • Not at all worried: 14%

Question 3: Which of the following do you think is the biggest threat to the United States today? (Error margin: 3)

  • Russia: 42.7%
  • China: 25.8%
  • Iran: 1.6%
  • North Korea: 6.8%
  • Afghanistan: 1.1%
  • Other: 3.1%
  • Not sure: 18.8%

Question 4: How worried are you about inflation? (Error margin: 3)

  • Very worried: 59.5%
  • Somewhat worried: 29%
  • Not so worried: 5.8%
  • Not at all worried: 5.7%

Question 5: What do you think is a major problem facing the United States today? (Error margin: 3)

  • Inflation: 52.5%
  • Unemployment: 11.1%
  • COVID-19: 20.8%
  • Crime: 15.6%

Question 6: The BA-2 COVID-19 variant raises concerns about a renewed COVID-19 increase. In case of a new COVID-19 increase, would you prefer new mesh mandates? (Error margin: 2.9)

  • Strong advantage: 39.3%
  • Slight advantage: 24.8%
  • Something against: 15.2%
  • Strongly opposed: 20.6%

Question 7: In case of a new COVID-19 increase, would you prefer new vaccination mandates? (Error margin: 2.8)

  • Strong advantage: 34%
  • Slight advantage: 25.6%
  • Something against: 13.8%
  • Strongly opposed: 26.6%

Question 8: In early 2020, many governors issued orders to stay at home to residents and ordered unnecessary businesses to close. Would you prefer similar policies in the event of a new COVID-19 increase? (Error margin: 2.8)

  • Strong advantage: 25.6%
  • Slight advantage: 26.4%
  • Something against: 17.3%
  • Strongly opposed: 30.7%

Question 9: How worried are you about the ongoing supply chain crisis? (Error margin: 3)

  • Very worried: 40.7%
  • Somewhat worried: 41.4%
  • Not too worried: 13%
  • Not at all worried: 5%

Question 10: Have you, or someone you know, had to delay or skip a significant purchase due to the supply chain crisis? (Error margin: 3)

  • I have personally delayed or skipped a purchase: 32.6%
  • I have not, but someone I know has delayed or skipped a purchase: 19.6%
  • No one I know has delayed or skipped a purchase: 47.8%

Question 11: Currently in the United States, you must be 18 years of age to apply for a Commercial Driver’s License (CDL). Would you prefer to lower the age to 16 to remedy the shortage of truck drivers? (margin of error: 3%)

  • Strong advantage: 12.6%
  • Slight advantage: 17%
  • Something against: 27%
  • Strongly opposed: 43.5%

Question 12: How safe would you feel by driving on the road with self-driving trucks? (Error margin: 2.9)

  • Very safe: 9.8%
  • Something safe: 25.3%
  • Not too sure: 27.8%
  • Not at all certain: 37.1%

Question 13: The Title 42 policy currently allows migrants to be rejected at the border without being given the opportunity to apply for asylum. Do you support the Biden administration’s plan to end Title 42? (Error margin: 2.9)

  • Strong advantage: 18.7%
  • Slight advantage: 27.8%
  • Something against: 18.8%
  • Strongly opposed: 34.7%

Question 14: Who do you think is most to blame for the current crisis at the US border? (Error margin: 2.9)

  • President Biden: 36.7%
  • Democrats in Congress: 20%
  • Republicans in Congress: 17%
  • Former President Trump: 26.3%

Question 15: Would you support an agreement in Congress to offer illegal immigrants in the United States a path to citizenship in exchange for the construction of a wall across the southern border? (Error margin: 2.8)

  • Strong support: 17.4%
  • Some support: 32.3%
  • Something against: 24.6 %%
  • Strongly opposed: 25.7%

Question 16: If you are thinking about other topics, if the election to the US Congress in your district were held today, which of the following candidates would you most likely vote for? (Error margin: 3)

  • Republican candidate: 40.7%
  • The Democratic candidate: 39.7%
  • A third party candidate: 7%
  • Would not vote: 12.6%

Question 17: Would you say that you are feeling better or worse off financially than you were about a year ago? (Error margin: 3)

  • Better off: 22.3%
  • Poor condition: 34.4%
  • Neither better nor worse off: 43.3%

Question 18: What is the highest grade or the highest school level you have completed? If you are currently enrolled in the school, please indicate the highest grade you have received. (Error margin: 2.9)

  • Postgraduate: 12.1%
  • Bachelor’s degree: 25.9%
  • Some university or associate degree: 23.5%
  • High school diploma or less: 38.5%

Question 19: Which political party do you most identify with? (Error margin: 2.9)

  • Republican Party: 35.4%
  • Democratic Party: 32.6%
  • Independent: 24.7%
  • Second lot: 7.3%

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