Leadership amidst crisis: How does President Trump fare?

The COVID-19 pandemic has been nothing short of a test for world leaders, forced as they were to navigate through this sudden, unprecedented crisis. This report delves into America's opinion of President Trump vis-a-vis his global counterparts. With elections around the corner, political parties can leverage this data in their campaigns and decision making. The COVID-19 pandemic forced world leaders to make quick decisions and implement policies that had massive health ...

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President Trump vs. the Media: Here’s what Americans think

President Trump's relationship with the media has been quite a tumultuous one, with both sides criticizing the other for their lack of honesty and integrity among others. While this blame game has played out repeatedly and quite openly over the years, this report focusses on what the American public has come to think of these clashes. Both the government, as well as, the media can leverage this data in their ...

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Donald Trump vs. Joe Biden: Who does America favor?

President Trump has grabbed headlines for the most part of his tenure, and he continues to do so even amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. With the presidential election just a few months away, Pipslay tries to understand America's opinion as it slowly begins to emerge from the ongoing crisis. Political parties can leverage this data in their decision making. Donald Trump's presidency has seen several head-turning events over the years. Be ...

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US election and COVID-19: What do Americans want?

COVID-19 has overshadowed nearly every facet of American life, including the 2020 elections. With election campaigns and primaries suspended or delayed across most states, the high-octane contest has become somewhat subdued. Piplsay (powdered by Market Cube) uncovers America's reaction to the latest political buzz ahead of the presidential election. Political parties can leverage this data in their decision making. Presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden thinks President Trump will try to delay ...

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President Trump and COVID-19: Actions and reactions

Even as COVID-19 wreaks havoc across the globe, President Trump continues to grab headlines as he takes on an aggressive stand in his attempt to rein in the threat. With the pandemic likely to influence the upcoming elections in a huge way, Piplsay reached out to Americans nationwide to understand their changing thoughts and opinions. Political parties can leverage this data in their decision making. President Trump may be claiming that ...

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COVID-19 political fallout: What’s in store for President Trump?

The COVID-19 pandemic and its disastrous consequences will certainly impact the upcoming US presidential election. With President Trump already making election pitches, Piplsay (powered by Market Cube) reached out to Americans nationwide to understand their opinions about President Trump's leadership or the lack of it. Political parties can leverage this data in their decision making. The COVID-19 pandemic is taking a heavy toll on American lives, as the government desperately tries ...

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Climate Change & Trump: What Is America’s Opinion?

2019 saw millions of concerned Americans protesting over climate change and calling for government action. Piplsay (powered by Market Cube) surveyed 70,747 Americans nationwide to understand how climate change is impacting their lifestyle. Political parties, activists, and NGO's can leverage this data in their decision making. For an in-depth analysis, download the full document here. Greta Thunberg got a lot of press coverage in 2019. While the world applauded the Swedish teenager ...

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The US-China Trade War; What Do Americans Think Of It?

The 2020 election is around the corner and all eyes are on the US-China trade war, which has now entered its second year. As the tariff war is now affecting the average American consumer, Piplsay (powered by Market Cube) surveyed 42,226 adults to understand their perception of it. The trade war may have a strong influence on how Americans vote next year. Lawmakers and political parties can leverage this data ...

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