The New York Times
· Trump Administration Coronavirus Testing Strategy Draws Concerns: 'This Isn't the Hunger Games' →
One in five who were working in February reported losing a job or being furloughed in March or the beginning of April, data from a Federal Reserve survey released on May 14 showed, and that pain was highly concentrated among low earners.
The Wall Street Journal
· ‘Together’ Review: All the Lonely People →
In recent years, surveys have shown that a large percentage of Americans feel lonely or socially isolated.
· Australia's buoyant exports are good news for GDP – but less so for households →
That is why it is cheering that the Bureau of Statistics’ preliminary survey of merchandise exports see things mostly holding up.
· Armchair expeditions: the addictive joy of dunnart spotting →
The images I am studying are part of a survey of native animals on Kangaroo Island, following the devastating bushfires at the start of the year.
· China's trade bans are retaliation to Covid-19 inquiry, more than half of Australians say →
The survey, released on Tuesday, recorded strong support for the call to “stand up to the Chinese government” and demand an investigation, and a massive decline in those with a favourable view of China’s trading relationship with Australia.