More than two thirds of Americans support President Biden’s plans to distribute testing and masks to American households.
Majorities are more likely to support eliminating the filibuster if it stands in the way of passing voting rights or a new economic plan.
By 20 points, the public agrees managing the pandemic through masks/tests/vaccines is key to prevent too many workers from getting sick.
Rising costs remain a top concern for Americans and pessimism about the economy remains very high, but intensity of concern is declining.
Two in three Americans are concerned Trump encouraging violence on January 6 is encouraging Republicans to try to subvert future elections.
President Biden and the Democratic Party are seen as more trusted than the Republican Party on a wide range of issues related to education.
Progressive messaging that acknowledges the pain point of inflation when selling their economic agenda is more effective than not doing so.
As nearly seven in ten Americans express concern about the Omicron variant, similar shares support a variety of pandemic mitigation measures.
Significant majorities of Americans continue to support both the stimulus checks sent out earlier this year and the Build Back Better agenda.
Nearly two in three Americans support the new bipartisan infrastructure law President Biden signed into law.
Undecided voters express deep pessimism about the state of the economy and political division, but see some positive signs of recovery.
Most Americans still see rising costs as a “major crisis,” but two in three view corporate greed as a convincing explanation for inflation.
The positive news Americans have heard about Biden lately center on infrastructure, his handling of the pandemic, and climate change.
Two in three Americans support each provision of the Build Back Better Act as 60 percent say its passage is urgent.
A majority now say the cost of goods like gas and groceries is a “major crisis,” up 16 points from just a month ago.