New poll shows widespread exhaustion and frustration with the pandemic and the federal bureaucracy’s response to it among Americans.
The American Majority Project through polling and focus groups delve into how Americans are dealing with a wide range of challenges.
Americans overwhelmingly support equal treatment regardless of race when it comes to access to education, jobs, healthcare and government services.
Americans’ “excellent” mental health rating remains at a 21-year low amid the pandemic, holding at 34% after falling to that level a year ago.
Swing voters overwhelmingly prefer giving power to patients and doctors to fix health care, instead of the government.
Historically, roughly 30% of Hispanics vote Republican in presidential elections, a number that increased slightly in 2020, surprising many.
Rasmussen Reports finds that 51% of Likely U.S. voters oppose the $2 trillion “Build Back Better” bill, including 40% who Strongly Oppose it.
Lifestyle tops the list as the most important factor when determining how long a person will live, according to a recent CBS News poll.
Voters oppose mandating children take the Covid-19 vaccine to attend public or private schools, 50.9% to 44.0%.
Americans are nearly evenly divided on whether they would have Fauci or Rogan over for Thanksgiving dinner.