Many Americans continue to disapprove of the way police have responded to recent protests; even more say the way the police operate in America needs to change.
Americans now hold a favorable view of the Affordable Care Act and oppose cuts to Social Security and Medicare.
Progressives should keep structural problems front and center when framing popular policy ideas; Americans are concerned with Trump’s approach to Iran; a majority continues to support removing Trump from office.
Support for impeachment remains steady following the public hearings, while majorities think Trump committed wrongdoing and find the arguments from impeachment advocates convincing.
Most Americans continue to support impeachment, while even more suspect the President of wrongdoing. Support for impeachment may grow if progressives elevate the right validators and emphasize the right facts.
A majority of Americans support impeachment; progressives should frame as an abuse of power and that no one is above the law
Americans see potential issues ahead with the status quo on the economy and political transparency
Americans are concerned about the Trump administration’s refusal to fulfill requests and subpoenas
Americans show openness to sweeping political reforms, are increasingly negative toward the tax law, and want Congressional oversight post-Mueller
Americans believe Washington is broken, the economy benefits the rich, and are concerned about a cover-up