The survey comes after the CDC recommended earlier this month that children ages 5 to 11 should receive Pfizer's pediatric COVID-19 vaccine.
The optimistic outlook comes as COVID-19 cases are again on the rise across much of the United States.
Nearly half of Americans plan to celebrate Thanksgiving with someone who isn't vaccinated against COVID-19, even as cases increased leading to the holiday.
McConaughey has not yet said whether he will run for governor in 2022, but the actor has been dropping heavy hints throughout the past year.
Sixty-four percent of respondents in the CBS News/YouGov poll said items are often not in stock, and 55 percent noted that deliveries are taking longer than usual.
The poll found that 62 percent of Americans believe there should be restrictions on carrying guns in public places.
GOP governors leading Democratic-leaning states earned especially high marks from voters, a new poll found.
Just 37 percent of independents and 46 percent of GOP voters said they now have faith in Election Day choices.
Earlier this week, a Quinnipiac poll found 53 percent of Americans said they disapprove of Biden's presidency.
The president is the oldest person to serve as commander in chief in the history of the United States.
In a new poll by Marquette University Law School, over 70 percent of total respondents said they did not want to see Trump on the ballot in 2024.
According to the poll, 91 percent of Democrats support stricter gun laws, while only 24 percent of Republicans agree.
A POLITICO/Morning Consult poll points to doubts among voters about the president's fitness for office.
Many Americans are taking COVID precautions this Thanksgiving as health experts sound the alarm about the potential for a post-holiday surge.
A recent Economist/YouGov revealed 28 percent of Republicans believe that it is "somewhat likely" or "very likely" that Trump will be reinstated this year.
"I don't think parents should be telling schools what they should teach," McAuliffe said during a debate in September.
The latest numbers from the ABC News/Washington Post survey come as President Joe Biden has seen low approval ratings in recent months.
More than half of all Republicans back public school teachers teaching students "the history of racism," according to a poll released Wednesday.
The poll also found that 21 other states had 20 percent or more residents saying that they are unwilling to receive the COVID-19 vaccine.
A clear majority of voters support the recently passed $1.2 trillion bipartisan infrastructure package.
The poll also found that about 65 percent of Americans said they are confident about the 2022 midterm elections being conducted fairly.
Since taking office, Biden's approval rating has dipped a total of 6 percent, from 50 percent to 44 percent, a survey by Morning Consult Political Intelligence shows.
The president's approval rating is only just above an all-time low, with Harris' just at 28 percent, according to USA Today-Suffolk University poll.
If they were to go head-to-head in 2024, the former president is slightly favored with 45 percent against Biden's 43.
The poll also found that Republicans surveyed believed violence could be necessary to solve the issues facing America.
The poll also found that among those polled without a college degree, 46 percent blamed Democrats and 36 percent blamed Republicans.
Americans beliefs toward economic growth under the Biden administration have taken a sharp turn since the beginning of the year.
The poll also found 26 percent of Republicans identified themselves as QAnon believers.
The new NBC News poll comes days before the hotly contested Virginia gubernatorial race where Republicans are seeking to capitalize on Biden's lowering approval.
According to the poll, 21 percent of respondents said that they want their employer to mandate a COVID-19 vaccine while 51 percent disagreed.