The poll found 80 percent of Democrats and 64 percent of Republicans are in favor of resettling refugees who worked with the U.S.
Almost 58 percent of Californians polled don't want the Democratic governor removed from office this month.
The poll also found that 60 percent of respondents are in favor of requiring teachers to receive a COVID-19 vaccine.
The survey found that nearly 60 percent of parents said they support mask mandates in schools, but the issue continues to largely fall across political party lines.
If they were to go head-to-head in 2024, the former president is slightly favored with 47 percent against Biden's 46.
The current federal minimum wage of $7.25 was set in 2009 and has not been raised since.
While there's been a slight uptick in U.S. vaccinations, the increase has not been nearly as high as some federal officials estimated.
The recall election has seemed to increasingly tilt in the governor's favor over the final month before voting.
According to the poll, 39 percent of respondents said that they are very or somewhat worried about becoming infected with COVID-19, while 58 percent said the same in February 2020.
The polling was widely discussed on social media, with the sponsorship of it coming under scrutiny from some.
Only one in five Americans said they aren't likely to get the coronavirus vaccine, while just 14 percent said they will definitely not get the shot.
A majority of Republicans and Democrats also think that U.S. troops should leave Afghanistan after evacuating all Americans and Afghan allies.
Republican Larry Elder led the field of recall candidates at 27 percent and Democrat Kevin Paffrath came in second at 6 percent, the poll said.
"I don't want sit an office for eight hours a day with someone who is not vaccinated," one worker said. "The people who are anti-vax, I see them as selfish."
Morning Consult, which has regularly tracked Cuomo's approval rating, found that 38 percent of New Yorkers approved of the outgoing governor.
The former president touted his own record in the White House while taking aim at President Joe Biden during a rally in Alabama.
The president's overall approval has dipped below 50 percent, according to the new poll results.
The study also found that Asian, Black and Hispanic Americans are more likely to say colleges and universities reflect white people's views than those of people of color.
An Associated Press survey found that 65 percent of U.S. adults are "extremely" or "very" concerned about the threat to the country from domestic groups.
LeVar Burton's stint as "Jeopardy!" guest host pulled in low ratings, but he remains popular with viewers.
The survey found that most Americans support local mask mandates for schools or indoor public areas, while opposing state efforts to ban such moves.
Among vaccinated respondents in the poll, 59 percent described unvaccinated people as "putting people like me at risk."
However, according to the poll, 42 percent of parents said that they will not send their child to school if a vaccine is required.
While roughly one-quarter of people polled would vote for Cuomo in a Democratic primary, the New York governor is still well liked by more than half of voters.
About 67 percent of Americans plan to wear masks when sick, according to the poll by The Washington Post and George Mason University.
Among those surveyed, women and and Black Americans were more likely to show support for Biles.
The poll, largely split along party lines, also found the majority of Americans do not think President Joe Biden would seek re-election.
The survey also found that Latina women are at least 5 percent more likely to become sick with COVID-19 than other women of color.