Your Daily Roundup for June 10th
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Good morning. As the COVID-19 pandemic takes a toll on life in America, our team at Future Majority is tracking the latest updates:
COVID-19 cases are rising in some states:
As states reopened, case numbers are climbing in states across the country -- from Alaska to Florida to Arizona and North Carolina.
States are continuing to plow ahead with their reopenings despite the rising case numbers. Some experts are beginning to dub this a second wave. And the same pattern is happening globally, as the number of new cases is going up faster than ever before in the course of the pandemic.
Hospitalizations also spiked after Memorial Day:
In at least eight states, new hospitalizations of COVID-19 patients are ticking up. This comes as the White House has remained mostly mum on the pandemic in recent weeks, with reports that Trump will resume his campaign rallies.
Dr. Anthony Fauci, the nation’s top infectious disease doctor, expressed concern about protests leading to a spike in cases, as an unknown number of the National Guard had tested positive for COVID-19.
Trump’s dismal job approval from CNN’s poll is a significant drop from last month:
The new national CNN poll out this week showed President Trump’s job approval at only 38% -- with 57% disapproving. That is a sizable swing from early May, when his approval was 45% and his disapproval was 57%.
Voters continue to say their vote for President will be impacted by the coronavirus outbreak (54% overall) but there is a partisan divide. 47% of Democrats rate the issue as “extremely important” while only 12% of Republicans do so.
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