According to CNN’s report on August 19, the latest survey conducted by SSRs, an investigation company commissioned by CNN, shows that nearly 70% of Americans think that the United States’ response to the new epidemic situation makes them feel embarrassed. 62% of the people believe that President trump could have done more to fight the epidemic. The random sample survey of 1108 adults from August 12 to 15 found that 58% of Americans were dissatisfied with Trump’s government’s response to the epidemic, a record high compared with the previous survey. More than half of the respondents believe that the worst of the epidemic has not yet come. In addition, with the spread of the epidemic, the number of people respondents knew who had new coronal patients increased from 40% in early June to 67%. < / P > < p > the survey also showed that about 80% of the respondents said that they were angry at the current situation in the United States at least to some extent, and 51% of them were “very angry”. CNN has asked this question in its periodic surveys since 2008. Only in 2008 and 2016 did it reach the highest level, but only 35% of the people said they were “very angry”. According to a new study by simplywise, a financial technology company, 38% of Americans who lost their jobs or lost their incomes during the crisis did not have enough savings to support their daily life for more than a month. According to Forbes news in June, only 9% believed that they could not return to normal life at present or even within this year One is now up to 26%. The two most important measures to return to normal life are the return of students to school and the restart of professional sports. For the general public, 57% thought that schools should not be opened in autumn, and% thought they should. But among the parents, 47% thought that schools should be open. On this issue, partisanship is very obvious. 74% of Republicans think that schools should be open, while only 12% hold open views. < / P > < p > on the issue of whether the U.S. response to the epidemic is embarrassing or proud, there are also huge differences according to party lines. 93% thought they were embarrassed and 5% were proud. On the other hand, 61% of Republicans thought they were basically proud and 33% thought they were embarrassed. In addition, the survey also found that the number of Americans willing to be vaccinated with the new crown vaccine also fell, from 66% in May to 56%. The reason for this decline is mainly concentrated in the supporters of President trump. In May, 51% of trump supporters said they would be vaccinated, but it has now dropped to 38%.