Voters overwhelmingly believe there is a crisis at America’s southern border, and blame President Joe Biden for mishandling the immigration problem.
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The beginning of Congress was delayed last week by the historic 15-ballot fight to elect Republican Rep. Kevin McCarthy as Speaker of the House. Voters are divided over whether McCarthy or his opponents are more to blame for that delay.
When it comes to what the future holds for President Joe Biden, voters are largely divided along party lines.
Half of voters disapprove of the $1.7 trillion spending bill rammed through Congress last month, and a majority agree that it’s a “disaster” for America.
As the House of Representatives prepares for a third day of voting on who will wield the Speaker’s gavel, voters are divided over whether Republican Rep. Kevin McCarthy should get the job.
It’s not likely Congress will do much to fix America’s problems, according to a majority of voters, who also don’t believe Congress cares what they think.
Most voters don’t want President Joe Biden to seek reelection, but also don’t want to see Vice President Kamala Harris or former President Donald Trump run in 2024.
Nearly half of Americans think COVID-19 vaccines may be to blame for many unexplained deaths, and more than a quarter say someone they know could be among the victims.
Most voters believe congressional elections are rigged to protect incumbents and nearly half think a group of people randomly selected from the phone book could do a better job addressing the nation’s problems than the current Congress.
Democrats who decided to publicly release former President Donald Trump’s income tax returns would get their comeuppance next year, if voters had their druthers.
More voters now believe Ukraine is winning its war against Russia’s invasion, and give President Joe Biden higher ratings for his handling of the issue.
Asked to identify America’s greatest enemy, nearly 40% of voters don’t choose a foreign power, but instead name domestic political parties
Revelations of the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s involvement in social media censorship have raised voter concerns.
Voters are divided over a congressional committee’s investigation of the January 2021 Capitol riot, with Democrats overwhelmingly in favor of prosecuting former President Donald Trump for the riot by his supporters.
Maybe it’s the generous spirit of the holiday season, but voters now have a slightly higher opinion of Congress than they have in years.
Optimism about America’s future has declined sharply in the past two years, and nearly half of voters think President Joe Biden has made it worse.
By more than a 2-to-1 margin, voters approve Arizona Sen. Kyrsten Sinema’s decision to leave the Democratic Party, and overwhelmingly agree with her that the political system is “broken.”
Despite President Joe Biden’s claims about “building the economy of the future,” most voters remain concerned about the economy, and don’t have much confidence in Biden’s handling of the issue
More than two-thirds of voters believe COVID-19 probably came from a Chinese research lab, and agree with Republican demands that Dr. Anthony Fauci testify under oath in a congressional investigation.
Voters overwhelmingly think censorship by social media sites is a problem, and a majority approve Republican plans for a congressional investigation.