A recent study by the George Washington University Politics Poll shows that the majority of voters are in favor of President Joe Biden's performance as commander-in-chief.
Though few employers have said they plan to implement vaccination requirements, some of the largest corporations already have policies in place.
Harris' approval rating is close to how voters viewed Pence after his first six months under former President Donald Trump.
New polling reveals how the country feels about the vice president's job performance, and how her rating compares to the president's.
A new survey found 46 percent of likely general election voters would back Trump being the GOP's nominee.
Sixty-four percent of Americans believe the fight against the pandemic is going well, compared to January's 35 percent.
About 72 percent of Republicans said "wokeness" is further dividing the country along racial lines.
A new poll found Americans are overwhelmingly against protests by athletes like Gwen Berry, who turned away from the flag during the Olympic trials in June.
62 percent of Americans, including one-third of Republicans, believed President Joe Biden has handled the COVID-19 pandemic well since taking office earlier this year.
If Cuomo did run for re-election in 2022, only 35 percent of New York voters would be prepared to vote for him.
With cases of the Delta variant rising, concern over a potential new wave of COVID in the U.S. has been expressed by half of the country.
"Removing the many existing barriers to earlier abortion care would reduce need for second- and third-trimester abortions," said Jenny Ma from the Center for Reproductive Rights.
Florida, Texas and Mississippi have the worst levels of "civic engagement," while Montana, Vermont and Minnesota ranked as the highest.
Just barely over one-half of Republican Iowa voters (51 percent) said they would re-elect the GOP senator.
The Duchess of Sussex is more respected than the Duchess of Cambridge, but less than Queen Elizabeth II, among young Brits, according to a rare poll that includes some under 18s.
As of July 12, 52.8 percent of Americans had received at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine, and 43.6 percent had been fully vaccinated.
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.
"It should come as no surprise that Americans are ready for a drastically different approach, one where drugs are no longer used as an excuse to hold us down," said Kassandra Frederique, executive director of the Drug Policy Alliance.
"Compared to the way social capital can be leveraged in other disasters, the key difference has been that this is a disaster where your civic duty was to be on your own," said the deputy director of The AP-NORC Center Jennifer Benz of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Overall, 72 percent of registered voters polled said it's unlikely that Trump will be reinstated as commander-in-chief.
In the poll, 44 percent of respondents said they currently disapprove of the job the Democratic governor is doing, compared to 50 percent who said they approve of her job performance.
The poll also found Republicans are more likely than Democrats to say the virus came from a Chinese laboratory.
Rudy Giuliani's "very favorable" rating among GOP voters was also nearly double Kevin McCarthy's in a new YouGov/Economist poll.
According to the survey, the number of "never-vaxxers" appears to have declined throughout the month since states began incentivizing vaccinations with cash prizes and other rewards.
Democrats will need the support of at least 10 Republicans in a procedural vote to move the legislation forward.
The former president said in an interview last week that he was strongly considering running for president again.
The majority of Asian Americans feel at risk "often" or "sometimes" in public places because of their race, according to an Associated Press poll. Stop AAPI Hate has documented more than 6,600 anti-Asian hate incidents between March 2020 and 2021.
More than half of British people would prefer Prince William was king at the end of Queen Elizabeth II's reign—in place of his father Prince Charles.