The head of the U.S. Postal service, Louis dejoy, announced on Tuesday that controversial cost cutting reforms would be suspended until after the presidential election. Nancy Pelosi, the speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives, said the house would still meet on Saturday to vote on a bill to inject $25 billion into it. < / P > < p > after U.S. Postal cut overtime, demolished the mailbox, and closed the sorting center, people felt uneasy about this, and said that these policies would damage the mailing of votes and help trump re-election. < / P > < p > just after trump last week voiced his opposition to additional funding for USPS, he made a 180 degree turn on Monday, shouting “save us post!” on social media. So, how bad is the financial situation of USPS? Data show that the self financing U.S. Postal Service has never made a profit since it made $900 million in 2006. Since then, it has lost more than $80 billion, compared with nearly $9 billion in 2019. There are many reasons for the financial difficulties of U.S. Postal service, and one of the most obvious reasons is e-mail. Between 2000 and 2019, the number of physical mail deliveries dropped by 31.4%, while the lucrative first class mail fell by 33.6%. While the decline in physical mail has hit U.S. post hard, it has also benefited from an increase in online shopping parcel deliveries, especially during the new crown pandemic. Unfortunately, this is not enough to ease its financial problems. < / P > < p > and behind all the financial and political disputes, the brand influence of USPS is still strong, and it is always at the top of the poll. A survey by the Pew Research Center in April found that 91% of Americans have a positive view of the U.S. Postal service, the highest of all federal agencies. The latest morning consult survey released earlier this month found that US postal is the country’s most popular brand, outperforming nearly 2000 other consumer facing brands.