Most voters have an unfavorable impression of Vice President Kamala Harris, and GOP voters in particular doubt she is qualified to become president.
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A majority of Americans think race relations in the United States are bad and getting worse.
Coca-Cola was one of the companies that publicly condemned Georgia’s new election integrity law, and the Atlanta-based soft drink bottler may pay a price for getting involved in that controversy.
Democrats in Congress last week proposed legislation to increase the number of Supreme Court justices from nine to 13, but most voters oppose the so-called “court-packing” plan.
President Joe Biden announced last week his plan to end America’s longest war by withdrawing U.S. troops from Afghanistan, and nearly half of voters approve his decision.
As the Minneapolis trial of a former police officer accused of murdering George Floyd nears its conclusion, most voters support their local police and reject claims that cops are racist.
As the trial of Derek Chauvin nears its conclusion, most voters expect the former Minneapolis police officer to be convicted in George Floyd’s death, but think riots will follow the verdict whatever the jury decides.
More than half the states have made English their official language, and nearly three-quarters of Americans believe that should be the policy nationwide.
Barely one-in-five voters approve of the job Congress is doing, and most rate congressional job performance as poor.
Most voters say it’s more important to prevent cheating in elections than to make it easier to vote and, by more than a two-to-one margin, they reject claims that voter ID laws are discriminatory.
After Georgia passed a new election law, Major League Baseball (MLB) decided to punish Georgia by moving the annual All-Star Game from Atlanta to Denver. Most Americans think it’s a bad idea to mix sports and politics, but a majority of Democratic voters say MLB made the right decision.
As the crisis at the U.S.-Mexico border continues, half of voters say President Joe Biden is doing a poor job of handling immigration issues.
The Internal Revenue Service has extended the deadline for filing 2020 income taxes to May 17, but most Americans still plan to file by April 15 as usual. Fewer are worried about an IRS audit this year.
Distrust of political news reporting remains high, and more than half of voters believe the media are in the tank for President Biden.
Major League Baseball pulled its All-Star Game from Atlanta to punish Georgia for enacting a new election integrity law, but most voters support the law and oppose calls for business boycotts against Georgia.
As the murder trial of Derek Chauvin enters its second week, a near-majority of voters believe the former Minneapolis police officer should be found guilty in the death of George Floyd.
The Biden administration is reportedly working to develop a COVID-19 “vaccine passport,” but fewer than half of voters think it's a good idea to require proof of vaccination against the coronavirus.
Cost is by far the number one problem with America’s health care system, according to voters, but most don’t think more government regulation is the solution.
Democrats are threatening to change the rules of the U.S. Senate to eliminate the filibuster, and voters are divided over whether this is a good idea.
President Joe Biden promised new gun-control measures in the wake of two recent mass shootings, but voters overwhelming believe their right to own guns is protected by the Constitution.