Before flying from Philadelphia to Los Angeles in June, Alice Dailey pored over news articles to prepare for air travel in the coronavirus era, which tanked.
Americans’ views on the economy dimmed in July, hitting their lowest level in nearly five years, as fresh outbreaks of the coronavirus throughout the South and West, coupled with persistently high unemployment, cast doubt on a quick recovery
LOS ANGELES -- July 7, 2020 -- The IBD/TIPP Economic Optimism Index, a leading national poll on consumer confidence, fell by 6.4% in July. The index’s reading of 44.0
Americans have grown more pessimistic about the U.S. economy's recovery from the coronavirus lockdown, as Covid-19 cases surged anew, the July IBD/TIPP Poll shows. The six-month economic outlook index relapsed, falling through April's Covi
Most Americans remain reluctant to fly and broadly support new coronavirus-related safety measures for air travel, according to the latest IBD TIPP Poll, but only a third believe the government should mandate policies despite federal bailouts for
The American public overwhelmingly wants funding for police to be increased or maintained, according to a new poll that shows people having strong support for first responders.
In the following article, Amanda Drane of the Houston Chronicle discusses the latest findings of TechnoMetrica’s Auto Demand Index.
Americans’ demand for new vehicles climbed to its highest level on record this month, as urban residents turn to cars due to concerns about catching the coronavirus on public transportation or ride-sharing services.
New vehicle demand hit a record high in May, as concerns about catching the coronavirus compel urban residents to choose cars over public transportation or ride-sharing.
While former Vice President Joe Biden has held a steady lead over President Donald Trump in 2020 presidential election polls, early poll numbers may not be entirely predictive of the actual election results.