Voters continue to trust Republicans more to handle immigration, an issue where President Joe Biden gets very low ratings.
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Hurricane Ian killed dozens when it slammed ashore in Florida last week, but most Americans don’t think this year’s hurricane season has been worse than usual.
The deadly synthetic opioid drug fentanyl is a serious problem that has gotten worse, voters overwhelmingly agree.
Although a majority of Americans agree with President Joe Biden that the COVID-19 pandemic is over, most Democrats still want to make vaccines against the virus mandatory.
Most voters approve of Texas Gov. Greg Abbott’s program to bus illegal immigrants from his border state to “sanctuary cities” like Chicago, New York and Washington, D.C.
Although gasoline prices have fallen from their record-breaking peak, a majority of voters are still concerned about fuel costs and expect the issue to matter in November.
America’s illegal immigration problem is getting worse, most voters still believe, and President Joe Biden’s handling of the issue remains unpopular.
Climate change isn’t a very important issue for most voters, but Democrats are significantly more concerned about the problem.
Illegal immigration has soared to record levels since President Joe Biden took office, and a majority of voters believe this is not a coincidence.
Voters overwhelmingly believe women in the military should be eligible for combat duty, but say they must meet the same training standards as male soldiers.
In the wake of Tuesday’s mass shooting on a Brooklyn subway train, most voters don’t think more control laws will prevent such incidents.
Most U.S voters think America’s illegal immigration problem is getting worse, and believe President Joe Biden is doing a poor job of handling of the issue.
Most U.S voters say America’s violent crime problem is getting worse, and overwhelmingly expect the issue to be important in the congressional midterm elections this fall.
Ukraine’s President Volodymyr Zelenskyy is wildly popular with American voters, who believe Ukrainians should not settle for anything less than complete victory over their country’s Russian invaders.
When President Joe Biden declared last week that Russian President Vladimir Putin could not remain in power, the White House scrambled to "walk back" that comment. It turns out, however, American voters overwhelmingly agree with the president's ad-libbed sentiment.
A plurality of voters believe the United States isn’t doing enough to help Ukraine defeat the Russian invaders, even while a majority agree with a warning that President Joe Biden’s administration may be trying to do too much.
A majority of voters are concerned that Russia will use nuclear weapons in its war against Ukraine, but are less worried that the U.S. could be a target of a Russian nuclear attack.
With gas prices soaring, energy policy is likely to be a major issue in the midterm election campaign, and voters strongly favor a policy of promoting domestic petroleum production.
Russia’s invasion of Ukraine will have a negative impact on the U.S. economy, most Americans believe.
Most voters don’t think President Joe Biden has effectively responded to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, and don’t believe economic sanctions will be enough to stop the Russian aggression.