By a 2-to-1 margin, voters believe controlling the U.S. border is more important than helping Ukraine fight Russia.
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Many voters – including more than a third of Democrats – want California Gov. Gavin Newsom to challenge President Joe Biden for the 2024 Democratic presidential nomination .
Crime will be an important issue in the 2024 election, according to a majority of voters, who give President Joe Biden somewhat better grades for handling the issue.
Climate change has produced a political divide in voter reaction to the recent wildfire that devastated the Hawaiian island of Maui.
Democrats strongly approve the charges against former President Donald Trump in Georgia, but a majority of voters still suspect cheating stole the election in 2020.
Two-thirds of American voters think their politicians are influenced by China, but aren’t sure which party is most under Beijing’s influence.
With former President Donald Trump now facing criminal indictments in four separate cases, voters are divided over where he’ll end up next year.
Most voters continue to have a low opinion of Vice President Kamala Harris, and don’t see her as a helpful running mate for President Joe Biden’s 2024 reelection campaign.
Nearly half of voters think the economy is in poor condition, and think voting President Joe Biden out of office next year would help.
More voters trust Democrats to deal with Social Security, and nearly half expect the issue to be very important in next year’s election.
Attorney General Merrick Garland continues to be unpopular with voters, who don’t see him doing a better job than most of his predecessors.
Most voters think it’s important that political parties represent the voters who elect them, and Democrats are more likely to think that’s true of their own party.
By a significant margin, more voters trust Democrats on the issue of health care, although it doesn’t rank as the most important issue in the 2024 campaign.
Although most Democrats and Republicans blame each other for the divisions in America, they’re surprisingly united in rejecting the idea of a one-party country.
Despite testimony about President Joe Biden’s role in his son Hunter’s foreign business deals, voters are now less likely to support impeachment proceedings than they were three months ago.
A majority of U.S. voters view Israel as an ally, and don’t think President Joe Biden has made the alliance stronger .
Since the departure of popular host Tucker Carlson in April, Fox News is now rated the most trusted cable news network by only a third of conservative voters.
With Hunter Biden’s former business partner Devon Archer reportedly set to spill the beans on Joe Biden’s involvement in their foreign business deals, most voters think the president has tried to cover up the scandal.
Former President Trump is facing criminal prosecution in multiple cases, but a majority of voters don’t believe his legal problems will stop his campaign to win the presidency again in 2024
President Joe Biden claims credit for record job creation, but most voters believe the economy has gotten worse.