Exclusive polling for Newsweek reveals U.S. attitudes to Prince William's New York visit, less than a year after he was booed on American soil.
The president's approval rating has remained low since Biden announced his intention to seek a second term.
Ukraine's youngest adults have the most favorable views of Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky's actions, data shows.
John F. Kennedy remains the former president with the highest approval rating in a Gallup survey.
Kate Middleton is America's favorite living royal but Prince William and Prince Harry are more famous than their wives, according to a new poll.
"It is the bad taste in people's mouths from spiking gas prices ... that's affecting Biden's approval rating," an economist told Newsweek.
The president's approval rating remains below the critical 50 percent mark which has historically determined the difference between victory and defeat.
"If 2024 becomes a Biden-Trump rematch, Harris' high disapprovals will fade into oblivion as a factor on most voters' minds," a political expert told Newsweek.
The president, who declared his candidacy on Tuesday morning, will have to improve his approval rating before Election Day if he is to win a second term.
The mayor of East Palestine, Ohio described Biden's visit to Ukraine on Monday as "the biggest slap in the face."
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's Netflix show included a "torrent of complaints" but many came across as "petty," according to a royal biographer.
The president faces a House of Representatives that's now controlled by Republicans following the November midterms.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle launched sweeping criticisms of the royal family but many Americans remain optimistic about prospects for peace.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are refocussing their Archewell Foundation away from exposing rifts within the royal family and concentrating on looking forward.
Republicans attacks about the files found at Biden's Delaware home aren't translating to a downtick in support for the Democratic president.
Harry and Markle have wrapped up a major round of projects, but their U.S. popularity has sunk, raising questions over where they go next.
Both Donald Trump and Joe Biden could find good news in the latest YouGov poll.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are not the only ones to see reputational damage following the couple's Netflix series and Harry's book 'Spare.'
Prince Harry's "60 Minutes" interview was believed in full by 27 percent of Americans who watched or read about it, according to exclusive polling for Newsweek.
Two years into his presidency, Biden's approval rate remains in negative territory, though it has experienced a recent boost.
Kamala Harris' popularity remains underwater halfway through her vice presidency.
Kate Middleton is America's favorite royal, and Prince Harry's book and publicity blitz appear to have seriously damaged the Sussexes' popularity in the U.S.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's U.S. popularity has crashed since the release of his book "Spare," according to exclusive polling for Newsweek.
Gen Z Brits now clearly favor abolishing the monarchy, with just 5 percent feeling "very positive" about King Charles III's family.
Prince William's standing with young people has plunged in the wake of Prince Harry's book "Spare," which detailed a fight between them.
U.K. poll ratings for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have fallen further since the release of his memoir "Spare."
House Republicans have requested information on the Biden family's finances from the Treasury Department.
The president's approval rating stood at 43.4 percent on Tuesday, according to new polling.