If Congress wants to change Social Security, 71% believe that any proposed changed should be submitted to a vote of the American people. A Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey finds that just 21% disagree and 9% are not sure.
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Heading into the final two months of the mid-term election campaign, most voters believe that Democrats in Congress want to raise taxes and spending while Republicans in Congress want to cut taxes and spending.
A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey finds that 75% of Likely Voters nationwide want Congress to cut its own pay until the federal budget is balanced.
Thirty-eight percent (38%) of voters say that most judges in the country are too liberal. A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey finds that 18% believe most judges are too conservative and 31% say the judges are about right ideologically.
Only 33% of U.S. voters believe that taxpayer money should be spent on embryonic stem cell research, according to a new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey.?
A federal appeals court ruled earlier this month that the Stolen Valor Act passed by Congress in 2006 which makes it illegal to falsely claim a military honor or decoration is unconstitutional. While condemning such false claims, the court said, nevertheless, that the law infringed on freedom of speech.
With mid-term elections just over two months away, roughly one-in-four U.S. voters (26%) say they consider themselves part of the Tea Party movement or have close friends or family members who are involved with it.
Americans still regard Canada and Great Britain as their best friends in the world.
A lot more voters are paying attention to the plans to build a mosque near the Ground Zero site of the 9/11 terrorist attacks in New York City, and they don’t like the idea.
An overwhelming majority of Likely Voters in the United States think all voters in the country should be required to present photo identification in order to vote in U.S. elections.
Sixty percent (60%) of U.S. voters say most members of Congress don’t care what their constituents think, according to a new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey.
Incumbent members of Congress don’t exactly get a vote of confidence from their constituents in a new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey.
The U.S. Justice Department has told a major Ohio county to print bilingual ballots for the November election or it will be sued by the government. But most voters believe that election ballots in this country should be printed only in English.
With midterm elections less than three months away, nearly two-out-of-three U.S. voters (65%) remain at least somewhat angry at the current policies of the federal government, including 40% who are Very Angry.
Seventy-six percent (76%) of Americans say it is at least somewhat likely that a terrorist group will detonate a nuclear weapon in the next 25 years, and that includes 45% who say it is Very Likely.
Most Americans think a nuclear weapon arsenal is critical to the country's safety, and they feel more is better.
A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey shows that 49% of voters nationwide now believe elections are fair to voters. Over the past two decades, that figure has ranged from a low of 42% to a high of 54%.
Most U.S. voters believe the Democratic congressional agenda is extreme, while a plurality describe the Republican agenda as mainstream.
The last few days have marked the 65th anniversaries of the dropping of atomic bombs on the Japanese cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki to end World War II. The United States has been criticized for years for that decision which President Harry S. Truman and others believed would save countless American lives.
Voters overwhelmingly believe that most members of Congress are for sale, and over half think it’s at least somewhat likely that their own representative has been bought with cash or a campaign contribution.