Public schools are getting worse, most voters believe, and the Republican Party has a slight edge over Democrats on the education issue.
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President Joe Biden’s declaration that the United States will welcome refugees from Ukraine “with open arms” is overwhelmingly popular with voters.
A majority of voters are concerned that Russia will use nuclear weapons in its war against Ukraine, but are less worried that the U.S. could be a target of a Russian nuclear attack.
A majority of voters think President Joe Biden could have done more to stop Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, and many believe former President Trump would have prevented the Russian invasion.
More than half of voters believe cheating affected the 2020 election and an overwhelming majority say the issue of election integrity will be important in the midterm elections.
With gas prices soaring, energy policy is likely to be a major issue in the midterm election campaign, and voters strongly favor a policy of promoting domestic petroleum production.
Russia’s invasion of Ukraine will have a negative impact on the U.S. economy, most Americans believe.
Most voters don’t think President Joe Biden has effectively responded to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, and don’t believe economic sanctions will be enough to stop the Russian aggression.
Most voters think the United States is paying more than its fair share of NATO’s budget, and many question whether we are getting our money’s worth from the alliance.
With Russian troops advancing toward the Ukrainian capital of Kyiv, most voters believe the invasion could spark a wider war in Europe, and nearly half think U.S. troops should be part of such a war.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi intends to seek another term in Congress, but most voters (including nearly a third of Democrats) think it would be better for the country if she stepped down.
As Ukraine seeks to repel a Russian invasion, fewer than a third of voters have a favorable view of President Joe Biden’s handling of the situation.
Nearly half of Republican voters pick former President Donald Trump as the candidate they want for 2024, with Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis as the only strong alternative.
Democratic voters don’t seem very impressed with Vice President Kamala Harris, and want their party to be more like President Joe Biden.
Two-thirds of voters say crime is getting worse in America and even more expect the issue to be important in the midterm congressional elections.
A majority of voters think special counsel John Durham’s accusations against Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign are very important, and agree with former President Donald Trump that it’s a scandal worse than Watergate.
Most voters believe that President Joe Biden’s mental abilities have declined since he took office, and two-thirds agree with GOP members of Congress who have urged the president to take a cognitive test and release the results.
Nearly two years into the COVID-19 pandemic, many Americans have grown tired of mandatory mask policies, but Democratic voters remain convinced that masks are effective and should be required in public places, including schools.
Canada’s prime minister has invoked emergency powers in an attempt to shut down a protest by truckers seeking an end to COVID-19 restrictions, but most American voters support the so-called “Freedom Convoy” – and think a similar protest here would be a good idea.
With violent crime surging out of control nationwide, a majority of voters support proposed new laws that would replace local district attorneys who fail to prosecute criminals.