President Trump’s supporters and opponents are increasingly at odds over the coronavirus pandemic, according to a new survey led by researchers from Rutgers University-New Brunswick and University of California-Berkeley. The findings, published by the Institute of Governmental Studies, found that, in April, 37 percent of people who approve of the president’s performance saw COVID-19 as a major threat to their personal and family’s health compared with 58 percent of people who disapprove of the job the president was doing. By July, the gap had widened to 34 percent of Trump supporters considering COVID-19 to be a danger compared to 65 percent of Trump disapprovers. To read the full story.
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