Homelessness is a very serious problem that’s getting worse, according to a majority of Americans.
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A majority of voters don’t trust the news they’re getting about politics, and still agree with former President Donald Trump’s denunciation of the news media as “the enemy of the people.”
Most voters remain concerned about the economy, and the Republican Party is making gains on the issue.
Less than a third of voters expect Congress to impeach President Joe Biden, even though a majority suspect Biden has committed impeachable offenses as president.
Months ahead of the first 2024 primaries, former President Donald Trump leads his would-be challengers for the Republican presidential nomination by a substantial margin.
America’s illegal immigration problem is getting worse, according to a majority of voters and, by a 3-to-1 margin, they say there is currently a crisis at the country’s southern border.
A majority of voters think the multiple investigations of Donald Trump will eventually result in criminal charges against him, but far fewer expect the former president will be sent to prison.
New revelations from congressional investigators about foreign payments to President Joe Biden’s family are a serious scandal, according to a majority of voters.
At a time when President Joe Biden is negotiating with Congress over the debt ceiling, most voters don’t think the government is using tax dollars wisely, and would prefer a smaller government.
A majority of Democratic voters would back President Joe Biden for the party’s 2024 nomination, despite their admiration for challenger Robert F. Kennedy Jr.
Most voters support House Speaker Kevin McCarthy’s proposal to raise the debt ceiling and reduce future deficit spending, and expect a compromise with the White House over the bill.
Now that 80-year-old President Joe Biden has announced his reelection plans, a majority of voters expect his age to be a problem in his 2024 White House bid.
Most voters expect abortion to be an important issue in next year’s election, and Democrats have a narrow advantage on the issue.
A majority of voters believe Secretary of State Anthony Blinken should be impeached for his reported role in helping suppress news about Hunter Biden’s laptop during the 2020 presidential campaign.
After being ousted from his prime-time show at Fox News Channel, commentator Tucker Carlson is more popular than the network that fired him – especially among conservatives and Republican voters.
Voters remain concerned about high fuel prices and overwhelmingly support policies to increase U.S. oil and gas production.
Accusations that President Joe Biden’s son got “preferential treatment” from the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) are a serious scandal, according to a majority of voters, but few expect the president to be impeached over it.
A majority of voters are worried that their government is spying on Americans – almost as much as they fear spying from foreigners.
Nearly a third of American voters would consider voting for a third-party candidate in next year’s presidential race, and Democrats are more open to the idea than either Republicans or independents.
Politics is behind the media’s publication of leaked classified information, most voters believe, but the recent leaks about the Ukraine war haven’t changed support for U.S. aid.