More than a year after he left office, former President Donald Trump’s endorsement of candidates still matters – more even than the current occupant of the White House.
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Fears of Russian interference in U.S. politics remain widespread, and Democratic voters overwhelmingly agree with Hillary Clinton that Russia is to blame for her defeat in 2016.
At a time when Russia’s invasion of Ukraine highlights national security issues, most voters believe America’s national security is getting worse and few give President Joe Biden high marks for his handling of the issue.
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis is very popular with Republican voters, but if former President Donald Trump seeks the 2024 GOP presidential nomination, most expect Trump would beat DeSantis.
A majority of voters are troubled by some of Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson’s responses during last week’s confirmation hearings, but most Democrats think President Joe Biden’s nominee to the Supreme Court was disrespected by Republican senators on the Judiciary Committee.
Despite contentious Judiciary Committee hearings, most voters think it’s likely that Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson will be confirmed by the Senate as the newest Supreme Court justice.
Nearly two-thirds of voters say the story of Hunter Biden’s lost laptop is important and believe President Joe Biden was probably involved in his son’s foreign business deals.
Public schools are getting worse, most voters believe, and the Republican Party has a slight edge over Democrats on the education issue.
President Joe Biden’s declaration that the United States will welcome refugees from Ukraine “with open arms” is overwhelmingly popular with voters.
A majority of voters think President Joe Biden could have done more to stop Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, and many believe former President Trump would have prevented the Russian invasion.
More than half of voters believe cheating affected the 2020 election and an overwhelming majority say the issue of election integrity will be important in the midterm elections.
Most voters think the United States is paying more than its fair share of NATO’s budget, and many question whether we are getting our money’s worth from the alliance.
With Russian troops advancing toward the Ukrainian capital of Kyiv, most voters believe the invasion could spark a wider war in Europe, and nearly half think U.S. troops should be part of such a war.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi intends to seek another term in Congress, but most voters (including nearly a third of Democrats) think it would be better for the country if she stepped down.
Nearly half of Republican voters pick former President Donald Trump as the candidate they want for 2024, with Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis as the only strong alternative.
Two-thirds of voters say crime is getting worse in America and even more expect the issue to be important in the midterm congressional elections.
Most voters don’t watch CNN very often, and don’t think the resignation of the cable network’s president Jeff Zucker will make much difference.
Most voters think President Joe Biden is one of the worst ever to hold the office, and rank him below his two immediate predecessors in the White House.
Half of voters believe President Joe Biden should be impeached, and nearly as many think Republicans will do it if they win a congressional majority in the midterm elections.
A majority of voters expect President Joe Biden to keep his campaign promise to nominate a black woman to the Supreme Court, but they don’t like the idea of choosing justices on the basis of race and gender.