U.S. adults also had relatively low levels of confidence in the presidency and the Supreme Court.
Joseph Vincent, 55, and James Solages, 35, were reportedly detained following Wednesday's assassination of Haitian President Jovenel Moïse.
Despite an "incredibly partisan" split among Americans, a 57 percent majority said they believe President Joe Biden is on the right track in his approach to foreign policy.
The lowest percentage ever is a two-way tie between October 2017 during Trump's term and at the tail end of former President George W. Bush's term in 2008.
Only 25 percent of Democrats said they are significantly bothered by the taxes they personally pay, compared to 41 percent of Republicans.
A majority of U.S. adults said they're more comfortable opening up to strangers online compared to people from their real-life relationships.
U.S. adults who disagreed with the verdict were overwhelmingly white, conservative and male.
Social restrictions, limits on nonessential businesses, and unemployment were the most commonly cited factors, the CDC study found.
Their staunch opposition to even considering a vaccine comes as health officials plead with lawmakers to not politicize the vaccination process.
"If the choice is doing it without Republican support and moving aggressively...to me the choice is pretty clear: we do it," the Vermont senator told NPR Saturday.
But 44 percent said their household experienced income loss that is still hurting their finances, according to a new poll.
8 million more Americans, including 2.4 million Black Americans, were living in poverty at the end of 2020 compared to one year before.
Only 51 percent of those polled said they wear a facial covering in public, according to USC's Dornsife Center for Economic and Social Research.
President Donald Trump's presidency will be marred with the Capitol riot and a historic second impeachment.
Americans without a college degree were far less likely to believe the 2020 presidential election results, according to a NPR/PBS NewsHour/Marist College survey.
The WSJ board ridiculed $2,000 direct payments, saying it "won't benefit the economy since recipients aren't going to change their behavior knowing it's merely a one-time check."
"We don't want to be dependent on the government," said Fox Business host Charles Payne during a Monday panel interview.
Up to 19,500 new COVID-19 deaths are likely to be reported in the week ending December 26, according to forecasts received by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Roger Stone said Wednesday that if evidence that ballots were shipped to Maine by North Korean vessels was investigated, "it would be proof of foreign involvement in the election."
Only 24 percent of Americans say they feel "proud" of the current state of the country, the new survey found.
The more than 75.6 million votes Biden won in the 2020 election led him to victory in nearly all of the country's top 100 most powerful local economies.
The president did not receive more than a 47 percent approval rating from U.S. adults at any point over the course of his presidency, 41 separate NBC News/WSJ polls show.
Two-thirds of Black supporters of Joe Biden reported having zero close friends who support Donald Trump.
An overwhelming majority of Americans have no confidence or trust in President Donald Trump to verify the safety of any coronavirus vaccine, a new poll shows.
The advisory is perhaps the most blunt warning yet to Americans who are considering traveling to Hong Kong or mainland China.
A majority of Americans say Jesus was a great teacher and nothing more during his lifetime, which several Christian leaders say is evidence today's faithful are "drifting away" from traditional evangelist teachings.
"The answer seems to be either 'I don't care' or 'I'm mad at the government," a North Dakota Census office manager said of many Americans' refusal.
Many Europeans are asking if Americans even care about their people's own health, as they have watched in astonishment at the world's most powerful country faltering in its response to the coronavirus pandemic.
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on Sunday offered widely differing views on what to do about the country's more than 30 million unemployed workers.
The White House has repeatedly said inaccurately that the U.S. has one of the lowest death rates in the world.