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Rhode Islanders give Gov. Gina Raimondo high marks for her leadership during the coronavirus crisis, according to a new poll done for the Hassenfeld Institute for Public Leadership at Bryant University.

The poll found that 81 percent of voters believe Raimondo has done a good or excellent job during the crisis, compared with just 34 percent for President Trump.

Eighty-four percent of respondents said they have a good or great amount of trust in the information provided by Raimondo, who has dominated the state’s political stage since the General Assembly suspended its meetings last month. The comparable figure for President Trump is 35 percent.

Raimondo, who won her second term in 2018, has been dogged by lackluster approval ratings for much of her time as governor. Her leadership during the pandemic, through a calm demeanor and a mixture of stern and empathetic messaging during her televised daily briefings, has won bipartisan praise and transformed, at least for now, Rhode Islanders’ view of the Democrat.

Raimondo has done a series of interviews with national media during the crisis, as a series of governors gained a higher profile.

The poll performed by Fleming and Associates was based on telephone interviews with 410 registered voters. It was conducted from April 15-18 and has a margin of error, plus or minus, of 4.8 percentage points.

In other findings, the poll determined that the pandemic has negatively affected the finances of 53 percent of Rhode Islanders, either moderately or greatly.

And a majority of voters supported expanding federal responsibility for health care (53 percent), income security (53 percent) and education technology (62 percent).