By the numbers: Over the past two weeks, public opinion has turned more sharply against Trump’s trustworthiness on information about the virus, from a 6 percentage point gap to 21.

37% of overall respondents in the most recent survey say his diagnosis makes them less likely to trust him, while 16% say they’re more likely to trust him and the rest are unchanged.

In the Oct. 1-5 survey, only 23% said they trusted him less and 17% said they were more likely to trust him.

62% of Democrats, 44% of seniors 65 and over, 41% of women and 40% of independents — but only 11% of Republicans — said they’re less likely to trust Trump’s guidance now when it comes to the virus.