Fifty-four percent (54%) of likely voters say Congress has passed no meaningful legislation. That’s according to Rasmussen Reports. Forty-nine percent (49%) say they believe passing good legislation is a more important role for Congress than preventing bad legislation from becoming […]
With less than a year to go before the 2024 election, voters still trust Republicans more on the key issue of taxes, although the margin has narrowed. That’s according to Rasmussen Reports. The survey finds that 45% of say they
A majority of voters believe the economy has gotten worse under President Joe Biden, but most Democrats want to blame Republicans in Congress. That’s according to the latest Rasmussen Reports. The survey finds that 53% of likely U.S. voters think
Forty-nine percent (49%) of voters say they trust Republicans more to handle crime and law enforcement issues, while 38% say they trust Democrats more. Fourteen percent (14%) say they are not sure. That’s according to Rasmussen Reports. Eighty-three percent (83%)
Congress has until Saturday to enact a spending bill that would prevent a partial shutdown of the federal government. Forty percent (40%) of voters would rather have Congress avoid a partial government shutdown by authorizing government spending at a higher level.
Voters are almost evenly divided over whether Donald Trump can get a fair trial in his criminal prosecution. That’s according to Rasmussen Reports. The survey finds 49% of likely voters say they believe it’s likely Trump will get a fair
Voters overwhelmingly support term limits for members of Congress, but don’t expect such a measure to be enacted. That’s according to the latest Rasmussen Reports. The national survey found that 70% of likely U.S. voters are in favor of establishing
A majority of Americans– almost as many as fear being spied on by foreigners– say they worry that the US government is spying on them. That’s according to Rasmussen Reports. The survey finds that 74% of likely U.S. voters say