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About a quarter of U.S. adults younger than 30 say they have received unemployment benefits since the coronavirus outbreak began.
About one-in-six U.S. adults say they have borrowed money from friends or family or gotten food from a food bank since the coronavirus outbreak started. Among lower-income adults, about one-in-three have.
Most Americans (62%) say the U.S. response to the coronavirus outbreak has been less effective than that of other wealthy nations.
President Donald Trump is generally seen more negatively than other major world leaders, with a median of 83% in 13 surveyed countries expressing no confidence in his ability to handle world affairs.
NEW: Today, 26% of U.S. adults say they get news on YouTube. While relatively few of these people say it’s their primary news source, most say it’s an important way they stay informed
NEW: Since President Donald Trump took office, the image of the U.S. has suffered across many regions of the globe. As our new 13-nation survey illustrates, America’s reputation has declined further over the past year among many allies and partners.
When asked whether the U.S. should prioritize economic relations with China or promote human rights in China, nearly three-quarters of Americans (73%) choose human rights – even if it harms economic relations, according to our recent survey.
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NEW: 23% of U.S. Hispanics have heard of the gender-neutral pan-ethnic label, Latinx, but just 3% say they use it to describe themselves. 1/
Republicans, by about 8-to-1, say the news media has a negative effect on the way things are going in the U.S.