Both Republicans and Democrats are willing to spend more on infrastructure (70% of Democrats and 50% of Republicans).
Three in 10 Democrats (29%) of Democrats have a favorable opinion of Senator Joe Manchin; 39% have an unfavorable opinion of him.
Americans tend to believe President Biden has successfully accomplished two popular goals: administering 200 million COVID-19 vaccines and passing a COVID-19 relief package.
Americans tend to believe Facebook made the right decision (49% vs 36%) in suspending Donald Trump’s access following the attack on the U.S. Capitol building.
Only 5% of those who won’t get vaccinated think there is anything that could change their minds; nearly four in five (79%) say nothing could convince them.
Three in five (63%) vaccine-refusers believe it is safe for unvaccinated people to socialize indoors with other unvaccinated people without wearing a mask.
The ongoing campaign to vaccinate Americans against COVID–19 presents a new benchmark available to evaluate survey results.
Republicans (57%), Democrats (56%), and Independents (51%) tend to believe there are more people in the country than were counted (in other words, that there was an undercount).
Three in five Democrats favor making Washington, D.C. a state, compared to 14% of Republicans.
After 100 days since his inauguration, half of US adults (51%) approve of how Biden is handling his job as president, while two in five (39%) disapprove.
Three-quarters of viewers (74%) believe Biden’s plans will help them, as opposed to cause them harm (12%) or not impact their lives (14%).
Americans tend to want politics to be steady and normal. But only one-quarter believe the next four years of government will actually live up to this hope.
Democrats also overwhelmingly want companies to support civil rights organizations (77%), voting rights organizations (76%), and LGBTQ rights organizations (65%).
Despite current issues with Russia, two-thirds of Americans (69%) believe it is still important to have friendly relations with the country.
Americans are divided on whether or not the 20-year War on Terror has been worth the cost (39% say it has, 35% say it has not).
Most Americans would be willing to install solar panels in their homes (64%) or drive less often (57%) to stop climate change.
Three-quarters of Black Americans believed Derek Chauvin was guilty of murder, but only half thought he would actually be convicted of murder.
Americans who are interested in Major League Baseball approve by 52% to 37%.
About two-thirds (64%) of Americans say they would support colleges and universities instituting a COVID-19 vaccine requirement.
One in five adults under 30 (20%) have vaped or dabbed marijuana.