Only 33% approve of how President Biden is handling the economy and 76% describe the national economy as poor.
Few are following the debate closely, but most want Congress to increase the debt limit with deficit reduction conditions
Two-thirds of adults are concerned about the impact on the national economy if the debt limit is not increased and the government defaults on it loans, although only 20% are very familiar with the debate.
Public confidence in the U.S. Supreme Court is at its lowest since 1973
Amidst the decision to overturn Roe v. Wade, confidence in the U.S. Supreme Court dropped dramatically among those who support access to abortion, based on an analysis of GSS data.
Most Democrats would support Biden if he wins the nomination
Only about half of Democrats think President Biden should run again in 2024, but a large majority say they’d be likely to support him if he became the nominee.
AP VoteCast 2022
The AP VoteCast survey of 120,896 registered voters nationwide was conducted between Oct. 31 and Nov. 8, 2022, concluding as polls closed on Election Day.