President Joe Biden’s administration is not doing enough to get Americans out of Afghanistan after the Taliban takeover of that country, according to a majority of voters.
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Voters place more importance on getting U.S. citizens out of Afghanistan than they do on evacuating refugees seeking to flee the Taliban.
A majority of voters don’t think President Joe Biden is mentally and physically capable of doing his job, and suspect the White House is actually being run by others.
Voters generally don’t think most members of Congress share their views, but Democrats are more likely than Republicans to believe that their own party’s members agree with them.
Most voters believe it’s likely that President Joe Biden won’t finish out his term of office, and don’t think Vice President Kamala Harris is ready to step up to replace him.
Most voters would not vote to reelect President Joe Biden, and a significant number who voted for him in 2020 now regret their choice.
Most voters aren’t buying President Joe Biden’s attempt to shift the blame for the Taliban’s sudden takeover of Afghanistan.
Voters are overwhelmingly concerned about violent crime and believe many so-called criminal justice reforms are contributing to the problem.
A majority of voters agree with a Republican senator’s denunciation of the $1.2 trillion infrastructure package that passed the Senate this week.
Voters don’t think most politicians keep their campaign promises, and less than a third believe President Joe Biden is doing better than previous presidents in keeping his promises.
By a 2-to-1 margin, voters disagree with Rep. Cori Bush’s demand to “defund” police, while a majority agree with a North Carolina sheriff’s complaint that Democrats have become hostile to law enforcement.
Voters overwhelmingly think scandal-plagued New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo should resign, but most think it is unlikely he actually will resign, and instead expect the state legislature to impeach him.
More voters say they’re very confident in the COVID-19 vaccine, even as half expect to Americans will be required to wear masks in public at least another six months. And a majority believe public health should take precedence over individual liberty as the pandemic continues.
America has become more divided since President Joe Biden was elected, most voters believe, and social media sites like Facebook and Twitter are contributing to that division.
Voters overwhelmingly believe it’s important to prevent cheating in elections and agree that requiring photo identification is a reasonable measure to ensure election integrity.
Most voters consider the House select committee’s investigation of the January 6 Capitol riot to be important, but it is much more important to Democrats than to others.
Amid growing concern about the “Delta variant” of COVID-19, politics divides Americans over the response, with Democratic voters overwhelmingly in favor of a return to requiring masks in public.
Nothing that Congress has done in the past three months has improved their standing with voters, most of whom continue to rate congressional job performance as poor.
Violent crime is a bigger concern than inflation for most voters, and President Joe Biden gets worse ratings for dealing with crime than he does for how he’s handling the economy.
While most voters say they’ve already been vaccinated against COVID-19 and are confident it will protect them against the coronavirus, more than half of those who aren’t vaccinated don’t plan to get the vaccine, and safety concerns are a major factor.