Half of the public holds Trump responsible for the attack on the Capitol

Forty-eight percent say Donald Trump should be charged with a crime for his role in what happened at the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6 and 49% think he bears a great deal of responsibility for the riot.

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Public Holds Nuanced Views about Access to Legal Abortion

A majority of Americans support abortion in most cases during the first trimester of a woman’s pregnancy, but most oppose the procedure later in the pregnancy.

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Most Catholic Americans disagree with hardline positions of church leadership

Just a third of Catholics report the church has had an influence on their political views. Most Catholics support abortion rights and feel that Catholic…

Views on semiautomatic weapons remain partisan

In a survey conducted primarily before the mass shootings in Buffalo, NY and Uvalde, TX, 51% favor a ban on semiautomatic weapons while 32% are…

Widespread Support for a U.S. Role in the War Between Russia and Ukraine

Americans continue to support sanctions on Russia, humanitarian aid, and weapons assistance to Ukraine, but fewer support sending government funds or deploying troops directly to…

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