Two-thirds say the American war in Afghanistan was not worth fighting, and most say the U.S. was unsuccessful in our foreign policy goals in Afghanistan.
A third of the public approves of the House’s impeachment inquiry and 38% say neither party is equipped to manage government corruption.
Two-thirds of adults find U.S. government spending excessive, especially regarding aid to Ukraine. However, more than half say the government is spending too little on education, assistance for the poor, and Medicare.
Forty-four percent expect climate change will impact their personal health at some point in their life, and another 13% say it already has.
While most adults see Israel as more of a friend than a foe, they are divided on whether it is a country that shares common interests and values with the United States.