Most Say Trump Too Slow in Coronavirus Response

AutoInformed.com on Trump's Responce to COVID Crisis - Pew Research

The upcoming election will be a referendum about Trump’s Leadership Qualities.

President Donald Trump’s handling of the coronavirus outbreak – especially his response to initial reports of cases overseas – is widely criticized by Americans, with nearly two-thirds of adults saying he was too slow to take major steps to address the threat, according to Pew Research.

The American community also strikes a decidedly cautious note on easing strict limits on public activity. About twice as many Americans say their greater concern is that state governments will lift restrictions on public activity too quickly as say that governments will not do this quickly enough.

As the death toll from the novel coronavirus pandemic continues to spiral, most Americans do not foresee a quick end to the crisis. In fact, 73% of U.S. adults say that in thinking about the problems the country is facing from the coronavirus outbreak, the worst is still to come.

With the Trump administration and many state governors actively considering ways to revive the stalled U.S. economy, the public strikes a decidedly cautious note on easing strict limits on public activity. About twice as many Americans say their greater concern is that state governments will lift restrictions on public activity too quickly (66%) as say it will not happen quickly enough (32%).

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