Reports that Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg is seeking a grand jury indictment of former President Donald Trump have the electorate clearly divided over the possibility of an unprecedented prosecution.
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More than three years after “15 days to slow the spread” of COVID-19, most voters have less trust in government health experts – and in the news media, too
Questions about Chinese payments to President Joe Biden’s family are a serious scandal, according to a majority of voters, and most doubt the president is telling the whole truth about it.
More than a year after Russia invaded Ukraine, half of U.S. voters think the war has harmed America’s national security and many want to see a negotiated peace.
Nearly two-thirds of voters think the 2024 election will probably pit President Joe Biden in another contest against former President Donald Trump.
Former President Donald Trump remains more popular among Republican voters than GOP congressional leaders, and a majority of all voters think Trump’s 2020 campaign was sabotaged by D.C. politicians.
Voters overwhelmingly believe America is threatened by Mexican drug cartels, and support proposals to designate the cartels as terrorist organizations.
A majority of voters agree with a Republican presidential candidate’s criticism of climate change as a “religion” that isn’t really about the climate at all.
In the wake of the Ohio train derailment disaster, a majority of voters believe Transportation Secretary Peter Buttigieg should resign.
Although half of voters still have a favorable opinion of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, most agree with a whistleblower’s description of the agency as having been “politically weaponized” by its leadership.
Recent reports confirming that the COVID-19 virus probably came from a Chinese lab don’t surprise most voters, who suspect U.S. officials may have been involved in a cover-up.
Crime has emerged as a major political issue, and voters overwhelmingly disagree with controversial “bail reform” measures that return criminals to the streets.
Although more voters now think President Joe Biden is healthy enough to do the job, a majority agree that his age disqualifies the 80-year-old for a second term in the White House.
The news media are going easy on President Joe Biden, according to a majority of voters, who also think the problem of media bias is getting worse.
Voters overwhelmingly support releasing all videos of the January 6, 2021, riot at the U.S. Capitol, and a majority think it’s likely that government agents helped provoke the riot.
A majority of voters don’t think President Joe Biden has kept his campaign promise to unite Americans, and one-third endorse a GOP congresswoman’s recent call for a “national divorce” between red states and blue states.
Most voters give the federal government low ratings for its response to this month’s train derailment in East Palestine, Ohio.
On the one-year anniversary of Russia’s invasion, nearly half of American voters see the war in Ukraine as a stalemate.
After announcing her 2024 presidential campaign, former South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley leads President Joe Biden in a hypothetical matchup, but badly trails former President Donald Trump among GOP voters
In communities affected by recent illegal immigration, voters believe the impact on schools, health care and employment has been mainly negative.