Barely one-in-five voters think affirmative action programs have been successful, and about two-thirds approve of the Supreme Court’s decision striking down racial favoritism in university admissions.
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Vivek Ramaswamy has been running for president since February, but most voters don’t think the Ohio businessman is likely to get the 2024 Republican nomination.
Cable news outlets are now more trusted than the “Big Three” broadcast networks, and a majority of voters say media bias is getting worse.
Most Democrats believe the war in Ukraine should be America’s top defense priority, while Republicans and independents are more worried about a Chinese attack on Taiwan.
Did Lee Harvey Oswald act alone in the 1963 assassination of President John F. Kennedy? Many voters still aren’t sure, and they don’t like the fact that the government won’t release all its records about the case.
As the 2024 election year approaches, voters continue to trust the Republican Party more on the key issue of taxes.
Former Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson announced his bid for the 2024 Republican presidential nomination in April, but few voters view him as a contender, and many don’t seem to know who he is.
President Joe Biden last week once again denied being involved in his son Hunter’s business deals with foreigners, but a majority of voters still suspect he was.
A majority of voters disapprove of a plea bargain that kept Hunter Biden out of federal prison, and suspect favoritism for President Joe Biden’s son.
Republicans are more trusted to deal with corruption in government, especially among independent voters.
One year after the Supreme Court overturned the 1973 Roe v. Wade ruling, so that each state can now determine its own laws regarding abortion, a majority of voters approve the decision.
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Most voters are worried that next year’s presidential election could be affected by cheating, and nearly half agree with a popular song challenging the legitimacy of Joe Biden’s election in 2020.
Nearly half of voters have a favorable opinion of presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr. and, among Democratic voters, more than a third think he could win their party’s 2024 nomination.
Despite disavowals from Secretary of State Anthony Blinken, American voters overwhelmingly want their government to recognize Taiwan’s independence from Communist China.
Former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie announced his 2024 presidential candidacy this month, but few voters – especially among Republicans – see him as having a chance at becoming the GOP nominee.
Former U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley was one of the first Republican candidates to announce her 2024 presidential campaign, but only a fifth of voters see her as the likely GOP nominee.
More confident in the American military than they are their Commander-in-Chief, many voters anticipate war with China in the near future.
Most voters suspect U.S. officials covered up China’s role in the COVID-19 pandemic, and less than half think Dr. Anthony Fauci has told the truth about the research that may have caused the outbreak.
Even after former President Donald Trump was indicted on federal charges, he still leads President Joe Biden by a six-point margin.