Just over one-quarter of voters who were very or somewhat "favorable of Biden" said that former President Trump was likely to be "reinstated" as president.
Most Americans have high trust in doctors, nurses and pharmacists, a new poll finds, but feel that nurses and health care aids should receive higher wages.
Only 29 percent of New Yorkers are opposed to Governor Andrew Cuomo being charged with a crime over allegations that he sexually harassed at least 11 women.
Poll shows DeSantis losing the governor's race in a theoretical match up with Democrat Charlie Crist.
The 78-year-old president has previously said that he plans to run for another four years in the White House in 2024.
Despite the increase, few Americans say that they plan on changing their social behaviors to avoid getting infected.
Polling shows a patriotism gap between the old and the young. Newsweek explores why American pride is dying out with younger generations.
Abraham Lincoln ranked first in the poll as the most beloved U.S. president while Richard Nixon finished with the worst rating.
Americans across the political spectrum reported concern about an alleged crime wave in the U.S., but preliminary data from the FBI tells another story.
Support for secession has been rising dramatically among Republicans in the South, jumping 16 percent in only five months.
The storming of the U.S. Capitol is etched into the nation's collective consciousness—but opinions on how to explain the events remain split.
While the president spoke of people physically coming together, the gaping split in public opinion on key issues of the day remains.
Additionally, 68 percent of Republican voters think there has been too much focus on the riots since they first occurred.
Former President Donald Trump said Wednesday that alleged dissatisfaction with President Joe Biden among the American public was making him "very popular."
According to the WNBC/Telemundo 47/POLITICO/Marist Poll, 24 percent said Adams was their first choice, 17 percent named Garcia as their first choice, 15 percent chose Maya Wiley and 13 percent chose Yang.
A new poll found U.S. voters torn over whether bills should need 60 votes to pass the Senate.
In a new poll, Eric Adams gained a noticeable lead over Andre Yang. Other Democratic primary candidates also shifted throughout the poll in the race of New York City's mayor.
The new poll also found that 24 percent of white evangelical Protestants and Mormons agree that "because things have gotten so off track, true American patriots may have to resort to violence in order to save our country."
Less than a quarter of Portland-area residents believe there should be fewer cops on the streets, according to a new poll.
A new poll finds that a plurality of California voters disapprove of Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) after a period of sustained progressive criticism.
President Biden has officially been in office for 100 days, and so far more than half of Americans said they support how he's handled the nation's top job.
A new Reuters poll showed 55 percent of Americans approved of Biden's job performance—a level of support his Republican predecessor never reached in the survey during his four years in the Oval Office.
Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) is expected to put forward a bill to legalize marijuana nationally "within weeks," while a recent poll shows that 91 percent of Americans support legalizing the drug in some form.
The Democrats are returning to their roots during Joe Biden's presidency. The Clintonian concession that the "era of big government" was over has been nullified.
While 54 percent of all Americans believe that high income earners should pay more than they currently do in income taxes, only 33 percent of those who voted for former President Donald Trump in 2020 agree, according to a new poll.
Brian Kemp's approval rating among local Republicans has risen sharply since the bill was signed.
About half of all Democrats support statehood for both Washington, D.C. and Puerto Rico, while only one-quarter of Republicans agree, according to a new poll.
The California governor has sought to paint the recall campaign as a partisan effort by the state's Republican Party.
A new poll finds that 54 percent of Republicans say they would use the social media platform that former President Donald Trump plans to launch, while the same percentage of all respondents say that they would not use the platform.
Asian Americans experienced "the highest single-year increase" of severe online harassment ever seen in the latest edition of a survey from the Anti-Defamation League.