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Weekly Quiz — Nov. 20

As the news unfolds each day, Morning Consult is on top of it. We capture how people think and feel about what’s happening around the world in politics, consumer trends, public health, sports, the economy, entertainment and more. Take the quiz below to find out how well you understand public opinion — and catch up on stories you might have missed.

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1/5

If the Republican presidential primary were being held now, what share of potential 2024 GOP primary voters would back Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis?
  • 33%
  • 22%
  • 11%
  • 44%
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Following the midterm elections, a record-high 33% of potential Republican primary voters said they would vote for DeSantis in the 2024 Republican presidential primary, up from 26% in a survey conducted ahead of the midterm elections.

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2/5

What is the most common reason respondents gave for stopping use of a social media platform in the past year?
  • They no longer trusted the platform
  • The platform was negatively affecting their mental health
  • The ads became too intrusive and/or frequent
  • Their friends/family stopped using it
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The top reason users gave for stopping use of a social media platform in the past year was that they no longer trusted the platform (48%). Other common reasons included too much fake news (44%), lack of interest in the content (41%) and a worsening user experience (41%). The negative effect on mental health was cited by 39%, ads’ becoming too intrusive and/or frequent by 34% and the exit of friends/family from the platform by 22%.

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3/5

What share of U.S. adults think companies have a responsibility to provide gender-focused support to their female employees?
  • 66%
  • 23%
  • 40%
  • 79%
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About two-thirds of U.S. adults (66%) said they think companies have a responsibility to provide gender-focused support to the women they employ, while more than half (52%) said companies owe the same to female customers.

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4/5

As the 2022 holiday season approaches, what share of U.S. adults plan to shop mostly in stores?
  • 30%
  • 10%
  • 20%
  • 40%
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This year, 30% of U.S. adults plan to do most of their holiday shopping in stores, while 35% plan to shop mostly online and another 35% plan to do an even split. This is a notable uptick from 2020, when just 23% of shoppers planned to focus on brick-and-mortar shopping and 50% intended to use online shopping for the bulk of their purchases.

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5/5

In the United States, about __ in 5 Gen Zers expect they will fare as well as or better than their parents financially.
  • 4
  • 3
  • 2
  • 1
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Four in five Gen Zers in the United States believe they will do at least as well financially as their parents, with 38% expecting to be better off and 43% believing they’ll fare the same. Respondents of color were more optimistic about their financial future than their white counterparts: 46% of Black Gen Zers expect to do better than their parents, followed by 44% of Gen Zers from other races/ethnicities, 42% of Hispanic Gen Zers and 35% of white Gen Zers.

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This quiz is based on news and analysis published between Nov. 14 and Nov. 18, 2022.

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