About two-thirds of Americans (66%) say President Donald Trump was not prepared to handle the COVID-19 pandemic as it began to sweep the United States—but most people (54%) are optimistic that his administration will be able to handle the outbreak, even if they don’t trust Trump to give them accurate information (56%).

The latest CBS/YouGov Poll indicates that most Americans trust medical and health professionals (88%) to give them accurate information on the rapidly spreading coronavirus, as well as the Centers for Disease Control (82%). Americans are significantly more likely to trust their state governor (66%) over Trump (44%), but they trust friends and family (73%) more each of those government officials.