- A majority support the Senate’s confirmation of Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson to the Supreme Court.
- Nearly three in five say Biden has made the right decisions on Ukraine, though his approval on handling the situation remains split.
- Most Americans see the United States as being equally or more supportive of Ukraine as compared to other countries.
A Majority of Americans Support the Senate’s Confirmation of Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson to the Supreme Court
Since early April, there has been a 14-point net increase in the share of independents who support Justice Jackson’s confirmation.
- There have also been significant increases in net support among Hispanic Americans (by 13 points since early April, from net +28 to +41) and AAPI (27 points, from net +40 to +67).
Majorities Continue to Say Biden Is Making the Right Decisions on Ukraine While Approval Is Just Barely Underwater
Majorities of Democrats (80%) and independents (60%) say he has made the right decisions on Ukraine.
A Plurality of Americans Believe the United States Has Been More Supportive of Ukraine Compared to Other Countries
Independents (42%), Republicans (42%), and white Americans (42%) are more likely to say the United States has been “just as supportive” of Ukraine compared to other countries, while 49% of Democrats say the U.S. has been “more supportive.”
About One in Five Americans Have Played Wordle
Democrats (22%) are more likely to have played Wordle than independents (14%) or Republicans (17%).
Wordle Players More Likely to Be Dads, Younger, From a Union Household
Those who over-index as avid Wordlers include Dads (33% of them have played it), 18-34 year-olds (32%), those in union households (27%), liberals (25%), and college-educated Americans (23%).
About The Study
This release features findings from national online surveys of 997 registered voters conducted April 14 - 18, 2022. Additional interviews were conducted among 100 Hispanic voters, 101 African American voters, 100 independents without a partisan lean, and 76 Asian American and Pacific Islander voters.