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By Ellen Knickmeyer, Associated Press
An overwhelming majority of people in the United States say they have recently experienced an extreme weather event, a new poll shows, and most of them attribute that to climate change.
By Hannah Fingerhut, Associated Press
The poll finds about half of all U.S. adults believe he broke the law in Georgia, where he is under investigation for interfering in the 2020 election vote count.
By Jill Colvin, Emily Swanson, Associated Press
Americans are deeply opposed to cutting into Medicare or Social Security benefits, and most support raising taxes on the nation's highest earners to keep Medicare running as is.
By Amanda Seitz, Hannah Fingerhut, Associated Press
Only 10 percent of U.S. adults say they have significant confidence in the nation's banks and financial institutions, a new poll finds. That is down from the 22 percent who said they had high confidence in banks in 2020.
By Paul Wiseman, Hannah Fingerhut, Associated Press
By Josh Boak, Hannah Fingerhut, Associated Press
A new poll shows that just 40 percent of U.S. adults approve of how President Joe Biden is handling relations with China, and a majority of them are anxious about Beijing's global influence.
While Biden has trumpeted his legislative victories and ability to govern, the poll suggests relatively few U.S. adults give him high marks on either.
The economy in general remains a bipartisan issue, mentioned by most U.S. adults across party lines. But the poll finds Republicans and Democrats have sharply distinct views of priorities for the country in the new year.
By Matthew Daly, Nuha Dolby, Associated Press
Nearly two-thirds of Americans think the federal government is not doing enough to fight climate change, according to a new poll that shows limited public awareness about a sweeping new law that commits the U.S. to its largest ever investment…
The poll findings suggest voters are motivated to turn out despite deep pessimism about the state of U.S. politics and dissatisfaction with the country.
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