Notable levels of vaccine skepticism still persist among Americans, even a month and a half after the U.S. vaccine drive began.
The poll found that 20 percent of Americans said the size of the stimulus was too much, while 39 percent said it was about the right amount.
In the new poll, conducted by Gallup, 52 percent of Americans said they're in favor of convicting Trump, compared to 46 percent in the first impeachment trial.
Only 7 percent of U.S. adults said that they believed the American system of government was "basically sound" and required no changes in a poll released Monday.
Public support for Trump's conviction by the Senate is higher now than during his first impeachment in early 2020, according to the ABC News/Ipsos study.
Despite assurances from election officials that no fraud was involved, some Americans continue to believe that voter fraud had an impact on the 2020 election.
Only one in five Republican and Republican-leaning respondents said they aligned themselves with either politician, according to a new study.
If the increase is successful, it would mark the first increase in the federal minimum wage in 12 years.
The poll, which was conducted by the Public Policy Institute of California (PPIC), found 52 percent of likely voters in California saying they approve of the job Newsom is doing as governor, while 43 percent said they disapproved and five percent said they didn't know.
The Democratic governor has faced growing calls to be recalled from office, with critics pointing to his handling of the coronavirus pandemic.
Along political party lines, Biden's approval rating remains divided, with 91 percent of Democrats saying they approve of his job in office compared with 78 percent of Republicans that said the opposite.
One in 20 of all adults still say they have a "very favorable" impression of the far-right conspiracy theory.
A new poll released Saturday by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution shows a majority of Georgia voters have unfavorable views of President Donald Trump, GOP Governor Brian Kemp and the Republican Party as a whole.
30 percent of Republican and Republican-leaning Independent voters surveyed said they were more interested in the Patriot Party than the Republican Party.
If former President Donald Trump is convicted in the Senate impeachment trial, the Senate could vote to prohibit Trump from holding a public office in the future.
The president's mask mandate is supported by 81 percent of the Americans surveyed.
Only 51 percent of those polled said they wear a facial covering in public, according to USC's Dornsife Center for Economic and Social Research.
Almost three quarters of Republican voters said the president's inaugural address was good.
Donald Trump called his wife Melania "so popular with the people" in his farewell speech, despite her low ratings in recent polling data.
President Donald Trump will exit the White House with a historically low approval rating, and a majority of Americans saying that he failed to deliver on his famed slogan.
As of Monday, 51 percent of those who participated in the Rasmussen poll gave President Donald Trump a positive approval rating.
A new Siena College poll also found that a majority of New Yorkers believe the worst of the coronavirus pandemic is still to come.
Forty-two percent of people plan to use the stimulus checks to help them pay the regular monthly bills.
President Donald Trump's presidency will be marred with the Capitol riot and a historic second impeachment.
The CNN poll shows that just 19 percent of Republicans believe the President-Elect's victory is legitimate as Donald Trump and his supporters continue to peddle claims of widespread voter fraud.
Trump voters who rank the president's post-election as poor have doubled since November.
The poll, which was conducted by Morning Consult, found that 39 percent of Americans believe banning Trump was the right move, while 28 percent said it didn't go far enough.
After rioters descended on the U.S. Capitol building after a speech by President Donald Trump on Wednesday, many have called for Trump's ouster from office.
While President-elect Joe Biden indicated that he does not support a national lockdown, a majority of Americans believe a one-month-long stay-at-home order could help curb the spread of COVID-19.