24 percent believe he is not guilty and 41 percent are undecided, according to a poll released Monday.
The results come after a number of GOP lawmakers faced severe backlash from the party for voting to impeach the former president in the wake of the deadly Capitol riot.
Another 60 percent of Americans say they want to work for an employer who would require everyone in the office to get vaccinated before returning to in-person work.
A new poll finds that while 80 percent of Democrats believe that Democrats in Congress are doing a good job, only 53 percent of Republicans said the same of Republicans in Congress.
Starting March 10, Abbott said that the state's mask mandate would be repealed and businesses can open at up to 100 percent capacity.
About half of Republicans watch Fox News at least once a week and 27 percent tune in daily—that's about twice the share of GOP voters who are as dedicated to Newsmax.
One in 10 Americans said a family member of theirs died after contracting the virus, the poll found.
Many elderly struggle to learn when and where to get vaccinated, according to a new Kaiser Family Foundation poll.
In the poll, 25 percent of vaccinated respondents were white, compared with 19 percent of Black respondents and 17 percent of Hispanics.
51 percent gave Pelosi a "very unfavorable" rating," the Republican-led survey found.
The president's approval rating regarding his management of the COVID-19 pandemic has been consistent since he took office in January.
The study also found that trust in the Black Lives Matter movement has dropped about 10 percent among Americans since June.
The survey by the Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Research found that Biden's overall job approval ratings were 60 percent.
Pew's study also found that a majority of Americans say that the U.S. should work on promoting human rights in China, regardless if it harms economic relations between the two countries.
Among political party affiliations, the poll found Republicans being more likely to consider cancel culture a threat to freedom than Democrats. According to the poll, 80 percent of Republicans said it was a threat, while 48 percent of Democrats agreed.
Congress was blasted by Texas voters from both parties in the latest poll on COVID-19 responses.
A new poll found that most voters believed the next stimulus bill should be Congress' main focus.
The Texas senator's approval rating among Republicans sits at 53 percent, a 23-point decrease from his rating in January.
The governor has faced severe backlash since reports revealed his administration undercounted COVID-19 deaths in nursing homes and withheld mortality data.
A Monday Morning Consult poll found 57 percent of voters approve of Cuomo's job performance, just a six-point drop compared to earlier this month.
A new poll revealed that most voters approved of the New York governor's performance in office.
The Republican congressman said the former president was "talking absolutely like a candidate" when the pair met recently.
A new poll suggests that 50 percent of Republicans believe that $1,400 stimulus checks are a convincing reason to pass President Joe Biden's entire $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief package.
Fifty three percent of registered voters said they would vote for Trump in the 2024 GOP primary.
Sixty-one percent of voters said they believe the governor is handling the coronavirus pandemic well, while 56 percent approved of his overall performance.
The poll found strong differences in feeling from Democrat and Republican voters, but they agreed that senators voted politically.
Meanwhile, 89 percent of U.S. adults with no college degree want the former president to remain at the forefront of politics, the new CNBC survey found.
Twenty-seven percent of white evangelicals said it was "mostly" or "completely" accurate to say that Trump "has been secretly fighting a group of child sex traffickers that include prominent Democrats and Hollywood elites."
Eighteen percent of the 1,986 registered voters surveyed have a favorable opinion of Greene after she was stripped of her committee positions, compared with 13 percent before the Republican congresswoman's removal.
A new poll found that more than half of Americans wanted Trump to receive no intel reports.