The Daily Populous

Sunday April 19th, 2020 morning edition

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Americans under the age of 50 were 20 percentage points more likely to say so.

Seventy-three percent of U.S. adults say the worst is yet to come.

The survey was conducted last week, when between 1,500 and 2,000 Americans were dying each day from COVID-19.

Overall, a majority of the public do think it is acceptable for elected officials to criticize the Trump administration's response.

Fifty-seven percent of U.S. adults now believe Trump is doing a poor or fair job of providing accurate information about the outbreak.

A little more than half of Americans believe that he is making the situation appear better than it really is.

The Pew survey was conducted from April 7 to April 12 and has an overall margin of error of 2.1 percentage points. »

Call of Duty: Warzone console players are turning off crossplay to escape PC cheaters

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Call of Duty: Modern Warfare console players are turning off crossplay to try to escape PC cheaters.

However, a negative side effect of crossplay in Call of Duty is console players are exposed to PC cheaters - and as a temporary fix, console players are turning off crossplay to stamp it out.

Some console players have called for console-only crossplay, allowing PS4 and Xbox One players to play together without PC players. »

New Jersey landlord waives 3 months of rent for tenants: 'It's just good business for us'

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A New Jersey landlord joined “Fox & Friends First” Friday to discuss why he waived rent payments for his tenants for three months during the coronavirus outbreak.

“For us, it’s just good business practice,” said David Placek.

Placek went on to say, “We’re believers that if you invest in the community and you’re good community stewards, that is going to be good for you as a property owner and property investor.”. »

More Than 1,000 French Sailors Test Positive For Coronavirus—On A Single Ship

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More than 1,000 French navy sailors on France’s largest carrier—nearly half of those onboard—have tested positive for coronavirus so far, mirroring a similar cluster last month on American vessel the USS Theodore Roosevelt.

The French aircraft carrier Charles de Gaulle is the latest coronavirus cluster at sea, with nearly ... [+] half of those onboard testing positive for the virus so far.

Nearly every person on board has been tested, The New York Times reported, but the French navy is still waiting on nearly 1,000 more test results. »