Your Daily Roundup for May 1st
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Good morning. As the COVID-19 pandemic takes a toll on the U.S. economy, our team at Future Majority is tracking the latest updates:
State and local governments are navigating how to reopen their economies:
The start of the new month gave way to different shades of reopening across states and localities around the country.
This is what the patchwork system looks like now:
Source: New York Times
A struggle between tenants and landlords is brewing:
Rent is due today for millions of Americans. But with over 30 million out of a job, many tenants are calling for a suspension of rent payments. Landlords are fighting back, as tenants unable to pay rent impacts their ability to make their mortgage and property tax payments.
Gallup shows that Trump’s approval is back at its record high:
A new Gallup survey finds that nearly half of Americans approve of President Trump’s job performance:
- Approve: 49%
- Disapprove: 47%
But his approval of his handling of the COVID-19 crisis is down 10 points from their previous poll earlier this month:
- Approve: 50%
- Disapprove: 48%
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