Politics Podcast: Will The Stimulus Bill Boost Democrats’ Electoral Prospects?

President Biden has urged states to extend coronavirus vaccine eligibility to all adults by May 1, and some states appear to be on an even faster timeline. The U.S. is quickly approaching a period when the challenge for government will no longer be securing enough vaccines but ensuring that everyone who is eligible actually gets vaccinated instead. In this installment of the Genesis Brand Politics podcast, the crew looks at how Americans’ attitudes about the vaccine have evolved and why Republicans remain more hesitant.

They also ask whether presidential approval polling is still useful in a polarized environment. And they check in on how lawmakers and voters are reacting to the latest sexual harassment allegations against New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo.

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Connie Chu

Connie is the visionary leader behind the news team here at Genesis Brand. She's devoted her life to perfecting her craft and delivering the news that people want and need to hear with no holds barred. She resides in Southern California with her husband Poh, daughter Seana and their two rescue rottweilers, Gus and Harvey.

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