Only 1 in 5 Texas voters told Quinnipiac pollsters they approve of how President Joe Biden is handling the situation at the U.S.-Mexico border.
Pfizer has submitted data to the FDA to clear the vaccine for use in children ages 5 to 11.
62 percent of all respondents said booster shots show "scientists are continuing to find ways to make vaccines more effective."
Republicans blocked a stopgap bill that would have temporarily raised the debt ceiling but a new poll shows more voters would blame Democratics for a shutdown.
The new poll marks a 9-point approval rating decline for the U.S. Supreme Court since July, Gallup pollsters said Thursday.
"Many individuals and families—especially those experiencing food insecurity for the first time—are unaware of their full range of options," said Radha Muthiah.
Since the former president lost the popular vote by about five percentage points, the poll indicated he's improved his standing among voters since November.
The poll also found that 70 percent of Americans oppose the provision that allows private citizens to file lawsuits against those who "aid or abet" an abortion.
An exclusive Newsweek poll also showed that the majority of voters polled opposed the idea of a national cryptocurrency pegged to the value of the U.S. dollar.
A new survey from the Dallas Morning News and University of Texas found that just 45 percent of Texans approve of Abbott's performance.
Eighty-three percent of Democrats said the COVID-19 vaccine is safe and effective, while 50 percent of Republicans agreed, according to a Fox News survey.
The poll by Yahoo News/YouGov also found that 73 percent of vaccinated Americans said they would get a booster shot if it became available to them.
The poll shows Newsom easily beating four of his leading GOP recall election challengers in hypothetical 2022 match-ups
The Quinnipiac University survey found that 63 percent of people supported the requirement for staff and pupils to wear face coverings.
Half of Americans believe their private text conversations aren't secure, and 64 percent say their social media activity is not very or not at all secure.
The belief that the outbreak will never be brought under control is significantly higher than it was in March.
Quinnipiac University analyst Tim Malloy said his poll shows that the honeymoon for the president "is clearly over."
Only 34 percent of respondents now approve of President Joe Biden on foreign policy, while 59 percent disapprove.
The new vaccine mandates could affect 100 million American workers and mark the most aggressive steps taken by the federal government to address the pandemic.
The CNN survey also found Republicans split on whether the former president is their best chance to take back the White House in 2024.
Additionally, the CBS News/YouGov study asked Americans about their opinions on various efforts to reduce terror threats.
The 45 percent who approve continues a fall from 59 percent in 2015 and 71 percent in 2011; 32 percent of Americans believe the government is doing a poor job.
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.