In the following article, Aparna Narayanan of Investor’s Business Daily analyzes the results of our recent survey on consumer interest and expectations towards electric vehicles. The 2019 Electric Vehicle Outlook Study by Investor's Business Daily and TechnoMetrica finds that while Americans’ appetite for EVs has grown, key barriers to mass adoption remain, including worries over battery range, and the limited availability of charging stations.
In her assessment of the Democratic presidential debates, Jennifer Rubin of The Washington Post uses the IBD/TIPP Poll to highlight the limited effect the debates have had on candidate support.
Jeffrey Rodack of Newsmax highlights Joe Biden’s strong performance in the recent IBD/TIPP election poll.
U.S. consumer confidence dimmed slightly in August, according to the latest reading of the IBD/TIPP Economic Optimism Index. However, Americans’ sentiment towards economic conditions remains bright, supported by steady job growth and rising wages.
Each month, Investor’s Business Daily and TechnoMetrica produce the IBD/TIPP Economic Optimism Index, a leading nationwide survey on consumer confidence. Americans’ views on the economy remain upbeat, despite a slight weakening in August.
Taegan Goddard outlines the results of the recent IBD/TIPP election polling on his blog, Political Wire.
As reported in the following article from Investor’s Business Daily, the IBD/TIPP Poll for August finds that an overwhelming majority of Americans are skeptical that Facebook will improve its handling of personal information in the wake of the company’s recent settlement with the Federal Trade Commission.
Former Vice President Joe Biden enjoys significant leads over President Donald Trump, and the entire 2020 Democratic field, the August IBD/TIPP Poll finds. Meanwhile, the poll also showed a drop in the president’s approval rating over the past month, from 43 percent in July to 40 percent in August.
Americans are growing more accepting of marijuana, according to a recent IBD/TIPP Poll. Close to two-thirds (63 percent) of U.S. adults believe that marijuana should be legalized, the poll finds. In addition, more than one in five (23 percent) Americans reported that they or a member of their household had consumed marijuana in the past six months.
Each month, Investor's Business Daily and TechnoMetrica publish the Presidential Leadership Index, a measure of the American public's perceptions of the president's job performance. The Index fell 9.5% in August, to a reading of 42.7.