According to the poll, 57 percent of Republicans said Barrett's vote should be first while 33 percent of Republicans said voting on the next stimulus package should happen first.
Despite falling behind in fundraising, Graham re-opened a polling lead over Harrison that he hasn't enjoyed in nearly a year.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is set to debate Democratic challenger Amy McGrath Monday evening.
The Democratic presidential candidate has been given a steady lead in IBD/TIPP polling, coinciding with most other national surveys.
A new poll indicated 58 percent of voters disapprove of how the president handled the outbreak.
A recent poll showed the former vice president had a higher level of public figure approval than the president.
As the pair continue to clash ahead of Election Day, opinion is split among voters assessing their personal attributes.
President Trump has been critical of the website in recent months and suggested its founder was "confused".
Democratic nominee Joe Biden may be leading nationally, but Democrat Hillary Clinton had a greater advantage over President Donald Trump this time in the 2016 election.
Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden opened up a 21 percent national lead over President Donald Trump in the three days following news of Trump's positive COVID-19 test result, according to a new poll.
According to a Redfield & Wilton Strategies survey conducted this past weekend, 79 percent of registered voters said they are unlikely to change how they will vote following the news of Trump testing positive for coronavirus.
Joe Biden saw major gains among men and white voters—two of Trump's most reliable demographics since the 2016 election.
Lawmakers previously suggested the chances of an agreement on a relief package before November 3 were slim–with the public seemingly in agreement.
The Democratic candidate is also leading the president in three other toss-up states, including North Carolina, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin, according to the recent poll.
A new poll suggests that almost no voters are likely to change their vote after viewing the first debate between President Donald Trump and Democratic nominee Joe Biden, although most thought Biden won the debate.
In a poll that ran on Telemundo's newscast, Spanish-speaking Americans gave Trump the nod for winning Tuesday's presidential debate according to a Telemundo poll conducted on Twitter.
More than a quarter of those asked said they felt there was a "growing hostility" towards Catholics in America.
Biden's seven-point lead is the most sizeable advantage a presidential candidate has seen since Clinton's re-election nearly 25 years ago.
Out of the registered voters surveyed, 63 percent said that the moderator should also serve as fact-checker for the debate.
Despite polls showing a majority of Americans oppose Trump filling the vacant Supreme Court seat before the election, voters are much less inclined to oppose Barrett specifically.
Only 16 percent of adults surveyed across 14 countries said they had confidence in Trump to do the right thing when it comes to world affairs.
Among white likely voters in Georgia, 77 percent of Republicans say "too much attention" is given to discrimination against Black people.
Amy Coney Barrett's stance on abortion laws have come under scrutiny amid the divisive nomination process.
New poll shows Joe Biden has a 54-44 percent advantage over Donald Trump, although voters still trust the president more with the key issue of the economy.
According to Friday's poll, 19 percent of all Americans consider health care to be the greatest issue facing the U.S. today.
Obama deposed Bill Gates from the top slot in the YouGov poll of more than 45,000 people across 42 countries and territories.
President Donald Trump gained five points on Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden in poll data released Thursday.
The poll, conducted by Morning Consult from September 18 to 20 among 619 Gen Z voters, showed that 59 percent of white Gen Zers view Trump negatively.
Democratic nominee Joe Biden's polling average is considerably stronger than Clinton's four years ago.
It has been nearly six months since the CARES Act was signed by the president, with a stalemate delaying a further such relief package.