Bipartisan dissatisfaction with the direction of the country and the economy

Nearly all Republicans feel the country and economy are headed in the wrong direction. Three-quarters of Democrats agree.

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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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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…

Increasingly negative views on national outlook and economy

Just 21% feel the county is headed in the right direction and the economic outlook at its lowest point in an AP-NORC poll since 2019.

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