Most voters think former President Donald Trump has got the Republican nomination locked up and, while they have preferences about his running mate, most say Trump’s veep pick won’t matter on Election Day.
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A majority of American voters blame Russian President Vladimir Putin for opposition leader Alexei Navalny’s recent death in prison, but don’t think economic sanctions will have much effect on Putin’s regime.
Nearly half of voters think it’s likely the Democratic Party will find another candidate to replace President Joe Biden this year, and a former first lady is a favorite pick for the candidate switcheroo.
A majority of voters still believe cheating is likely to affect this year’s election, and don’t think government officials have done enough to protect election integrity
Nearly half of voters believe Fani Willis, the district attorney in Fulton County, Georgia, should be barred from prosecuting the election interference case against former President Donald Trump and his associates.
Support for reparations payments to the descendants of slaves has decreased and, even among voters who favor reparations, many doubt that Congress would pass such a measure.
Securing the borders of the United States is a higher priority for voters than the war in Ukraine, and most agree with a Republican senator’s criticism of more military aid for Ukraine.
Former President Donald Trump continues to lead President Joe Biden in the 2024 election, and third-party challenger Robert F. Kennedy Jr. maintains double-digit support.
A plurality of voters think President Joe Biden hasn’t been aggressive enough in his dealings with Iran, and two-thirds think the current situation could lead to war.
A majority of voters view former President Donald Trump’s term in office as a success, even as they consider President Joe Biden’s time in the White House a failure.
Democrats overwhelmingly approve of states removing former President Donald Trump’s name from 2024 election ballots.
Nine months ahead of Election Day, the Republican Party holds a wide advantage over Democrats in terms of who voters trust more to deal with the issue of crime.
Among recent presidents and their chief rivals, former President Donald Trump is most respected by voters.
There is a “major crisis” in the Middle East, according to a majority of voters who agree with a former Trump administration official who blames President Joe Biden’s policy for the problem.
American voters now have a less favorable view of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu than they did a few months ago, but agree with him that it is “outrageous” to accuse Israel of genocide against Palestinians.
As the House of Representatives prepares to vote on impeaching Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas, a narrow majority of voters favor the impeachment.
A majority of voters think President Joe Biden is losing mental sharpness, and most suspect the media are trying to cover up the president’s cognitive decline.
After winning the New Hampshire primary. former President Donald Trump maintains a wide lead over former U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley among GOP primary voters.