Support for impeachment remains steady following the public hearings, while majorities think Trump committed wrongdoing and find the arguments from impeachment advocates convincing.
The President’s missteps on foreign policy, taxes, and the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) offers clear openings for progressives.
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.
Americans see lowering drug prices as an important priority, and strongly favor the House Democrats’ reform proposal over a proposal in the Republican-led Senate to do that
A majority of Americans support impeachment; progressives should frame as an abuse of power and that no one is above the law
Americans see a rising tide of racism in the United States, but perceptions of race and racism remain complicated and often contradictory
Americans are concerned that building a wall on the U.S.-Mexico border would be ineffective, expensive, and wasteful.
Many Americans believe Trump’s actions on important policy issues do not match his past statements and worry he is distracted by unimportant priorities
Americans unsettled by Trump’s recklessness and concerns about the rising costs for everyday goods
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Despite Trusting Trump on the Economy, Other Factors Weigh On Their Evaluation of the President
What Do The American People Think About Trump?
The public demands proposals that clearly address both coverage and costs
Opposition grows to abortion bans when Americans learn more about them
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