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Do you think the U.S. government has done enough to get needed medical supplies out? 4/12-4/19
 Yes 32%
 No 67%
Do you think China lied about the severity of the Coronavirus Pandemic in China? 4/12-4/19
 Yes 80%
 No 19%
Do you approve of the job President Trump is doing handling Coronavirus Pandemic? 4/11-4/18
 Yes 40%
 No 59%
Do you think U.S. Government is lying to us about extent of Coronavirus Pandemic? 4/11- 4/18
 Yes 65%
 No 34%
Do you think the U.S. government has done enough to get needed medical supplies out? Poll ends 4/18
 Bad Job 64%
 Good Job 35%
Do you think the Impeachment Trial delayed the President and Congress from acting earlier in responding to the Conronavirus Pandemic threat? Poll ends 4/18
 Yes 57%
 No 42%



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Worldwide Coronavirus Illness and Death Totals-April 12
The World Health Organization numbers as of this afternoon show that there are now. 1,699,595 Confirmed cases and 106,138 Confirmed deaths Worldwide attributed to Coronavirus Pandemic.
Worldwide Coronavirus Illness and Death Totals-April 11
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U.S. Coronavirus Illness and Death Totals-April 11
Johns Hopkins Database numbers released this morning show that there are now 506,188 confirmed cases in the U.S. and there have been 19,701 deaths attributed to the Coronavirus Pandemic.
U.S. Coronavirus Illness and Death Totals-April 8
Johns Hopkins Database numbers released this afternoon show that there are now 429,052 confirmed cases in the U.S. and there have been 14,695 deaths attributed to the Coronavirus Pandemic.
Worldwide Coronavirus Illness and Death Totals-April 8
The World Health Organization numbers as of this afternoon show that there are now. 1,356,780 Confirmed cases and 79.385 Confirmed deaths Worldwide attributed to Coronavirus Pandemic.
Worldwide Coronavirus Illness and Death Totals-April 7
The World Health Organization numbers as of this morning show that there are now. 1 279 722 Confirmed cases and 72,616 Confirmed deaths Worldwide attributed to Coronavirus Pandemic.
U.S. Coronavirus Illness and Death Totals-April 7
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U.S. Coronavirus Illness and Death Totals-April 4
Johns Hopkins Database numbers released this afternoon show that there are now 308,850 confirmed cases in the U.S. and there have been 8,407 deaths attributed to the Coronavirus Pandemic.
Worldwide Coronavirus Illness and Death Totals-April 4
The World Health Organization numbers released this afternoon show that there are now. 1,056,159 Confirmed cases and 57,206 Confirmed deaths Worldwide attributed to Coronavirus Pandemic.
U.S. Coronavirus Illness and Death Totals-April 3
Johns Hopkins Database numbers released this morning show that there are now 257,773 confirmed cases in the U.S. and there have been 6,586 deaths attributed to the Coronavirus Pandemic.
Worldwide Coronavirus Illness and Death Totals-April 3
The World Health Organization numbers released this morning show that there are now. 972,640 Confirmed cases and 50,325 Confirmed deaths Worldwide attributed to Coronavirus Pandemic.
Worldwide Coronavirus Illness and Death Totals-April 2
The World Health Organization numbers released this morning show that there are now. 857,641 Confirmed cases and 42,006 Confirmed deaths Worldwide attributed to Coronavirus Pandemic.
U.S, Coronavirus Illness and Death Totals-April 2
Johns Hopkins Database numbers released this afternoon show that there are now 226,374 confirmed cases in the U.S. and there have been 5.316 deaths attributed to the Coronavirus Pandemic.