Voters overwhelmingly think censorship by social media sites is a problem, and a majority approve Republican plans for a congressional investigation.
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Congress is reportedly considering an amnesty for illegal immigrants, but a plurality of voters believe this would only worsen the current border crisis.
More than two-thirds of voters are worried that TikTok could be used by China to spy on Americans, and support banning the popular social media platform.
Now that California Gov. Gavin Newsom has a plan to pay reparations to the descendants of slaves, a majority of Democrats support the idea.
Most voters support federal legislation to protect same-sex marriage rights, but share concerns about its impact on religious freedom.
Even though most voters approve the appointment of a special counsel to investigate former President Donald Trump, an even larger majority think politics is behind the probe.
Protests by Chinese people against their government’s COVID-19 policy have overwhelming approval from American voters.
Problems with the election in Arizona have Republicans furious, and a majority of voters nationwide agree that the “sacred right to vote” is at risk.
Voters overwhelmingly agree with Nancy Pelosi’s decision to step down from her position as leader of the Democrats in the House of Representatives.
The result of this year’s midterm election is likely to be more partisanship in Washington, most voters believe.
Former President Donald Trump announced Tuesday he will seek the White House again in 2024, but most voters don’t think he should and have a more favorable view of Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis.
More Americans report their applications for credit have been turned down recently, a potential indicator of an economic downturn.
Most voters believe cheating may have influenced this year’s elections, and think voting by mail makes it easier to cheat.
Less than half of voters think the news media did a good job covering the midterm campaign, and nearly half believe the coverage was biased in favor of Democrats.
With the balance of power in Congress still undecided, voters clearly dislike delayed reporting of election results.
More than five years after he left office, former President Barack Obama’s endorsement is still more valuable than either of his successors.
On the eve of Election Day, more Democrats than Republicans have already voted, but more Republicans say they’ll “definitely” vote in this year’s crucial midterms.
More than half of voters think a Republican victory in next week’s midterms will probably mean impeachment for President Joe Biden.
The prosecution of former White House adviser Steve Bannon is perfectly fine with most Democratic voters, but may help motivate Republican voters in the midterm elections.
Americans are increasingly pessimistic about the job market and, by more than a 20-point margin, think unemployment will be higher next year.