More than 70 percent of Americans say the U.S. doesn't have enough coronavirus tests

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A majority of Americans agree that the U.S. doesn't currently have enough coronavirus tests available, a new poll has found.

A few days after President Trump touted the amount of COVID-19 testing being conducted in the United States and declared "we have prevailed," ABC News/Ipsos released a poll Friday in which 73 percent of respondents said there are not enough coronavirus tests available in the United States right now, compared to 26 percent who said there are.

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