50 Years After Kent State: Americans Who Lived It See It Differently
In 1970, The President's Commission on Campus Unrest concluded that the shootings at Kent State occurred in “the most divisive time in America since the Civil War.” When asked about the current division in America in 2020, the plurality of Americans (41%) said the country is m...
April National Poll: Trump Down But Not Out, as Enthusiasm and Expectation Favor the President
A new Emerson College Polling national poll finds President Trump's approval rating at 41% approval, with 50% disapproval. This indicates a 5 point swing in both directions since March, when his approval was 46% approval, 45% disapproval. Approval of the Presidents’ handling o...
Coronavirus Testing Ramps Up in the City and More New Yorkers Benefit from Public and Private Assistance- Week 7 of CUNY COVID-19 Survey
Coronavirus testing geared up in New York over the past week, but only 8% of our 1000 NYC survey respondents reported they had been tested to date. The great majority of these people (74%) said their test took place over the last two weeks and 40% mentioned that it took place ...