President Joe Biden’s approval rating may be scraping the bottom, but one element of his agenda is popular with voters – canceling student loan debt.
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Voters overwhelmingly believe women in the military should be eligible for combat duty, but say they must meet the same training standards as male soldiers.
At a time when Russia’s invasion of Ukraine highlights national security issues, most voters believe America’s national security is getting worse and few give President Joe Biden high marks for his handling of the issue.
In the wake of Tuesday’s mass shooting on a Brooklyn subway train, most voters don’t think more control laws will prevent such incidents.
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis is very popular with Republican voters, but if former President Donald Trump seeks the 2024 GOP presidential nomination, most expect Trump would beat DeSantis.
Nothing Congress has done since last fall has improved their standing in the eyes of independent voters.
Most U.S voters think America’s illegal immigration problem is getting worse, and believe President Joe Biden is doing a poor job of handling of the issue.
Most U.S voters say America’s violent crime problem is getting worse, and overwhelmingly expect the issue to be important in the congressional midterm elections this fall.
More than half of American voters say that President Joe Biden has been bad for the country’s future, and fewer than a third want him to be reelected in 2024.
By more than a 3-to-1 margin, voters believe the U.S. economy has gotten worse since President Joe Biden took office, and a majority think either he or his Democratic allies in Congress are mostly to blame.
Ukraine’s President Volodymyr Zelenskyy is wildly popular with American voters, who believe Ukrainians should not settle for anything less than complete victory over their country’s Russian invaders.
After more than a year in office, Vice President Kamala Harris remains unpopular with voters.
When President Joe Biden declared last week that Russian President Vladimir Putin could not remain in power, the White House scrambled to "walk back" that comment. It turns out, however, American voters overwhelmingly agree with the president's ad-libbed sentiment.
A majority of voters are troubled by some of Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson’s responses during last week’s confirmation hearings, but most Democrats think President Joe Biden’s nominee to the Supreme Court was disrespected by Republican senators on the Judiciary Committee.
A plurality of voters believe the United States isn’t doing enough to help Ukraine defeat the Russian invaders, even while a majority agree with a warning that President Joe Biden’s administration may be trying to do too much.
Most Americans now think they live in a basically decent country, and expect newcomers to adopt the American way of life.
Despite contentious Judiciary Committee hearings, most voters think it’s likely that Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson will be confirmed by the Senate as the newest Supreme Court justice.
Nearly two-thirds of voters say the story of Hunter Biden’s lost laptop is important and believe President Joe Biden was probably involved in his son’s foreign business deals.
Public schools are getting worse, most voters believe, and the Republican Party has a slight edge over Democrats on the education issue.
President Joe Biden’s declaration that the United States will welcome refugees from Ukraine “with open arms” is overwhelmingly popular with voters.