Few are satisfied with President Biden’s approach to immigration, border security, and particularly toward the recent surge of unaccompanied children at the southern border.
Although partisans disagree about many voting reforms, majorities across party lines consider partisan gerrymandering a major problem.
Americans are broadly supportive of President Biden’s handling of the coronavirus pandemic while less positive about his approach to guns and immigration.
The public is very positive about Biden’s handling of most pressing issues. Seven in 10 approve of his handling of the coronavirus pandemic, but his weakest issue is the economy.
Most Americans think Trump is at least somewhat responsible for the riot at the U.S. Capitol on January 6, including 50% who say he bears a lot of responsibility. About half favor impeachment.