Most voters believe President Joe Biden’s immigration policy is worse than former President Donald Trump’s policy, and expect the issue to affect the midterm elections in November.
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Most voters think President Joe Biden is one of the worst ever to hold the office, and rank him below his two immediate predecessors in the White House.
Half of voters believe President Joe Biden should be impeached, and nearly as many think Republicans will do it if they win a congressional majority in the midterm elections.
A majority of voters expect President Joe Biden to keep his campaign promise to nominate a black woman to the Supreme Court, but they don’t like the idea of choosing justices on the basis of race and gender.
A majority of voters think congressional Democrats are too liberal, and agree with the Senate GOP leader that voters don’t want to “fundamentally transform America.”
With Russia threatening to invade Ukraine, less than a third of voters want American troops deployed to defend against such an attack.
Most voters are happy with last week’s defeat of Democrat-backed election reform legislation, and support a GOP senator’s call for a bipartisan bill.
Voters are significantly more worried about inflation and violent crime than they are about COVID-19 or climate change.
There’s too much partisanship and not enough cooperation in Washington, according to a majority of voters.
President Joe Biden’s first year in office has been a failure, according to a majority of voters who say the Democrat has left the country more divided than when he was inaugurated.
Business should focus on traditional goals like consumer service and profit, rather than the social justice and environmentalist agenda of the “Great Reset” movement, most voters believe.
While many voters have become skeptical toward the federal government’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic, a majority of Democrats embrace restrictive policies, including punitive measures against those who haven’t gotten the COVID-19 vaccine.
Democrats are pushing to end the U.S. Senate’s filibuster rule, most voters think this “important distinction” between the House and Senate is worth preserving.
After the new district attorney in New York City announced he will not seek prison sentences for many crimes, and will treat many felony cases as misdemeanors, most voters expect crime to increase in the Big Apple.
President Joe Biden would lose an election rematch to former President Donald Trump, who would win among independents and almost evenly split Hispanic voters.
Nearly a year after former President Donald Trump left office, many voters still view him favorably, while Democrats consider most of his supporters to be racists.
Voter confidence in President Joe Biden’s ability to do the job remains low and most don’t expect a second term for the oldest president in U.S. history.
President Joe Biden is doing a poor job on both national security and economic issues, according to a majority of voters.
Fewer voters now trust the Federal Bureau of Investigation, and many believe the agency is acting as President Joe Biden’s “personal Gestapo.”
This week marks the one-year anniversary of the January 6 Capitol riot. Half of voters believe the riot by some supporters of former President Donald Trump was a threat to democracy, and most Democrats believe it was a conspiracy involving GOP officials.