Now that 80-year-old President Joe Biden has announced his reelection plans, a majority of voters expect his age to be a problem in his 2024 White House bid.
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Most voters expect abortion to be an important issue in next year’s election, and Democrats have a narrow advantage on the issue.
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis is viewed as a rival to former President Donald Trump for the 2024 Republican nomination, but as a vice-presidential running mate, DeSantis would significantly boost Trump’s chances of winning.
A majority of voters believe Secretary of State Anthony Blinken should be impeached for his reported role in helping suppress news about Hunter Biden’s laptop during the 2020 presidential campaign.
After being ousted from his prime-time show at Fox News Channel, commentator Tucker Carlson is more popular than the network that fired him – especially among conservatives and Republican voters.
Voters remain concerned about high fuel prices and overwhelmingly support policies to increase U.S. oil and gas production.
Accusations that President Joe Biden’s son got “preferential treatment” from the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) are a serious scandal, according to a majority of voters, but few expect the president to be impeached over it.
A majority of voters are worried that their government is spying on Americans – almost as much as they fear spying from foreigners.
Nearly a third of American voters would consider voting for a third-party candidate in next year’s presidential race, and Democrats are more open to the idea than either Republicans or independents.
Politics is behind the media’s publication of leaked classified information, most voters believe, but the recent leaks about the Ukraine war haven’t changed support for U.S. aid.
A majority of voters suspect recent elections have been affected by cheating, and believe officials are ignoring the problem.
Following Tucker Carlson’s release of previously unseen videos from the Jan. 6, 2021, riot at the U.S. Capitol, more voters now believe it may have been provoked by undercover agents.
Concerns about the U.S. economy remain high, but voters now rate President Joe Biden slightly better on the issue than they did last fall.
Less than half of voters want President Joe Biden to seek a second term next year, and two-thirds think Biden should face challengers in the Democratic primary.
In the aftermath of last week’s shooting at a Christian school in Nashville, a plurality of voters see mental health as the primary cause of such incidents.
The unprecedented felony prosecution of former President Donald Trump in New York City is bad for America, according to a majority of voters who agree that the case is “banana republic sort of stuff.”
Voters continue to trust Republicans more to handle immigration, an issue where President Joe Biden gets very low ratings.
The population of Texas has more than doubled since 1980, and most voters in the Lone Star State want policies to slow that pace, including reducing immigration.
Two-thirds of voters support Speaker of the House Kevin McCarthy’s decision to meet with Taiwan’s president, and even more expect China to attack the island nation in the near future.
If President Joe Biden seeks a second term in 2024, he faces an uphill battle for reelection against either of the two leading Republican candidates.