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National Survey: Public trust and Americans’ willingness to vaccinate for COVID-19
National Survey: Americans’ Approval of Governors’ Ability to Handle COVID-19 Continues to Decline
Vast majority of Americans oppose criminalizing humanitarian aid along Mexican border
Secretary Pompeo With Steve Doocy, Jedediah Bila, and Pete Hegseth of Fox & Friends
Stanford scholars find no partisan advantage of mail-in, absentee voting but other challenges lie ahead
Political ads have little persuasive power
Researchers: Mail-in Balloting Increases Turnout, But Benefits Neither Party
Tracking Houston’s Recovery Three Years After Harvey
Secretary Pompeo With Bret Baier of Special Report with Bret Baier
National Survey: Most Americans not confident school reopening can be done safely
Researchers release findings from statewide COVID-19 survey
Book examines influence of racism on voting rights
Brains of nonpartisans are different from those who register to vote with a party, major new study shows
Book casts doubt on notion of ‘imperial presidency’
Battleground state poll shows Biden leading Trump in Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin
Survey: Most Americans willing to vaccinate for COVID
Election administration report outlines voter concerns
Baker Institute: Politics are hindering public health
Richard Curtin: New Political Economy
Only 57 percent of Americans say they would get a COVID-19 vaccine
How politics and race influence pandemic response
Secretary Pompeo With Tony Perkins of Washington Watch 7 July
Texans’ Concerns About COVID-19 Declined as Pandemic Worsened
U.S. President Trump’s Remarks on Jobs Numbers Report 3 July
Trump Holds 4-Point Lead Over Biden, University of Texas/Texas Politics Project Poll Says
Secretary of State Pompeo With Bret Baier of Fox News Special Report
“Not capable of winning a majority at moment”
Twitter posts reveal polarization in Congress on COVID-19
Press Briefing by Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany 18 June
Candidates who use humor on Twitter may find joke is on them
Secretary Pompeo At a Press Availability with Secretary of Defense Mark Esper, Attorney General William Barr
Partisanship shapes Tennesseans’ coronavirus views: Vanderbilt Poll
Nashville residents rally to city leaders amid pandemic, but worry about economy – Vanderbilt Poll
U.S. President Trump’s Remarks in a Meeting on Opportunity Zones
3 Questions: Energy studies at MIT and next generation of energy leaders
Voters in both parties favor caution as cities begin to reopen
Secretary Pompeo With Jim Daly of Focus on Family
How race affects listening during political conversations
Problem Solvers Caucus strives to lead pandemic response
Texas Voters Likely to Reelect Trump, Show Stronger Approval for State’s COVID-19 Response
UT/TT Poll: Health, Economic Threats of Coronavirus Weigh Heavily on Texans’ Minds
Perception of US democracy tanks after Trump impeachment
UO study finds new links to dehumanization of immigrants
A conversation with Dan Chirot about his new book ‘You Say You Want a Revolution,’ exploring radical idealism
Supplemental funding for Paycheck Protection Program in limbo
3 Questions: Charles Stewart III on Covid-19 pandemic’s impact on 2020 elections
U.S. President Trump’s Remarks at Signing of H.R.748, CARES Act
Coronavirus outbreak may prompt policymakers to consider universal basic income