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Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has only been in Congress a little more than two years, but the New York Democrat known as “AOC” is already widely disliked by voters, who prefer House Speaker Nancy Pelosi as the leader of congressional Democrats.
A week after President Joe Biden stirred controversy by saying China has “different norms” toward human rights, half of voters view Biden’s China policy as worse than former President Trump’s.
The nomination of Neera Tanden to be President Joe Biden’s director of the Office of Management and Budget appears to be in trouble, but most voters still believe the president’s nominees for office deserve an up or down vote on the Senate floor.
The Rasmussen Reports Immigration Index for the week of February 14-18, 2021 fell to 86.0, down from 88.3 two weeks earlier. This is the lowest it’s been since the Immigration Index began in December 2019, and the second consecutive survey in which the index has reached a new record low. The Immigration Index has been under the baseline in eight consecutive surveys. Since the week before the November election, the index has fallen by nearly 15 points, indicating voters are looking for tighter immigration control from President Biden’s administration.
President Biden is reportedly contemplating “major infrastructure investment” as part of his legislative agenda, but most Americans don’t think that’s a job for the federal government.
Thirty-four percent (34%) of Likely U.S. Voters think the country is heading in the right direction, according to a new Rasmussen Reports national telephone and online survey for the week ending February 18, 2021.
Most voters support passage of the $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief package despite concerns that Congress has filled the bill with expensive items that have nothing to do with coronavirus.
Less than a month after President Joe Biden’s inauguration, most voters believe the Democrat is “a puppet of the radical left” and not the moderate “nice guy” he was portrayed as being during the election campaign.
In the wake of former President Donald Trump’s acquittal in his second impeachment trial, Republican voters still overwhelmingly favor Trump as their party’s leader.
With New York Governor Andrew Cuomo accused of concealing facts about COVID-19 nursing home deaths in his state, most voters want Congress to investigate whether public officials are accurately reporting coronavirus cases.
In the wake of former President Trump’s acquittal in his second impeachment trial, voters are deeply divided over the verdict.
Much of the impeachment case against former President Trump in this week’s Senate trial has focused on his claims about election fraud, but a majority of Republican voters agree with his claim that Joe Biden was not elected fairly.
Half of voters believe America’s national security is damaged when media outlets publish classified information, and Democrats are more likely to share that view now than when Donald Trump was president.
With 7,000 National Guard troops deployed to Washington, D.C., during the Senate impeachment trial of former President Trump, Americans are divided along partisan lines about whether this extra security is necessary.
The Senate begins its impeachment trial of former President Trump this week, but most voters don’t believe Trump will be convicted and few expect to watch the entire trial on TV.
Two weeks after President Joe Biden was sworn into office, most voters say reporters are not questioning the new president as aggressively as they questioned former President Donald Trump.
Congress and President Biden are wrangling over legislation that would send Americans another round of stimulus checks, and a majority of voters say a new round of stimulus checks is necessary to help the country recover from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Support for an “America First" foreign policy has grown stronger, but most voters don’t think President Biden shares their view.