While Americans are anxious about the state of American democracy, most remain confident their ballot will be counted fairly in future elections
Americans increasingly support the DOJ filing criminal charges against Trump for his involvement in the January 6th attack
Support for the January 6th investigation remains strong as seven in ten Americans express concerns over Trump’s behavior as recalled in recent testimony
By a two-to-one margin, a majority of Americans support Judge Jackson’s confirmation to the Supreme Court.
Arguing the House Committee should “continue pursuing the truth from that day” best conservative arguments to shut it down by double digits.
Judge Jackson’s qualifications, experience, and praise from across the aisle are seen as the best arguments in advocacy of her confirmation.
Nearly two in three Americans agree a good reason for Biden to nominate a Black woman to the Court is that it should “look like America.”
These focus groups revealed a desire for President Biden to be out there more and being active, particularly on canceling student loan debt.
Nearly two in five independents support eliminating the filibuster (38%), while 31% say they are not sure.
Majorities are more likely to support eliminating the filibuster if it stands in the way of passing voting rights or a new economic plan.
Two in three Americans are concerned Trump encouraging violence on January 6 is encouraging Republicans to try to subvert future elections.
More than three in five Americans support both the Freedom to Vote Act and the John Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act.
Each of the 12 individual provisions tested earn even broader support from at least two in three Americans.
While there is low initial awareness for the For the People Act, two in three Americans support the legislation after learning more about it.
Recent data from focus groups and our latest survey reveal how deep the chasms are in political life by where people get their news.