Data: Axios/Ipsos survey; Note: Margin of error for the total sample is ±3.2%; Chart: Andrew Witherspoon/Axios

The latest Axios-Ipsos poll shows that Americans' trust in the Fed has been unmoved since last month, with far more Americans saying they have not very much or no trust in the central bank, despite the Fed's latest shift in policy to average inflation targeting.

The impact: The new stance will keep interest rates lower for longer and is expected to provide a boost to job seekers and lower-income Americans who historically have not shared in the nation's prosperity.

Yes, but: A recent survey from the Cleveland Fed found few Americans are aware of the policy change and those who did know didn't seem to care.

Why it matters: Mistrust of the Fed could put the central bank in the sights of Congress after November's election, as both Democrats and Republicans historically have gone after the institution following times of economic and political uncertainty.

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Oct 26, 2020 - Economy & Business

Where stimulus is needed most

Data: U.S. Census Household Pulse Survey; Chart: Axios Visuals

The Census Bureau's latest survey of Americans' forward-looking economic expectations found a particularly dour outlook.

Details: Three of the country's four most populous states expect to see at least one in four citizens lose some employment income in the next four weeks.

Poll: Majority of Americans ready to accept the election result

People vote at a Masonic temple in Brooklyn. Photo: Spencer Platt/Getty Images

A majority of Americans say they will accept the U.S. election result, even if the candidate they support loses, a Reuters/Ipsos poll shows.

Why it matters: There are heightened concerns of post-election violence this year, prompting officials in some cities and states to take unusual measures to prepare.

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Locker Room wants to reinvent how fans talk sports

Courtesy: Betty Labs

Locker Room, a social audio app where fans can talk sports and spontaneously join live conversations, launches Tuesday on the App Store.

The state of play: The company behind Locker Room, Betty Labs, has raised $9.3 million in seed funding led by Google Ventures with participation from Lightspeed Venture Partners, Axios has learned.