Voters agree the migrant caravans approaching the U.S. southern border are a danger to the country and should be stopped at least temporarily. A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone and online survey shows that 51% of Likely U.S. Voters believe the caravans of migrants crossing Mexico to enter the United States illegally are a threat to public health and national security.
President Trump was criticized at a summit with European leaders this week for putting America’s interests ahead of global needs. Voters still share the president’s America First attitude but not as strongly as they did when he first took office. When they think about problems in the world, 50% of Likely U.S.
Voters think the media is trying to help Democrats in the upcoming elections which helps explain why Democratic voters are much bigger fans of election news coverage than others are. A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone and online survey finds that 45% of all Likely U.S.
President Trump and the economy are the major concerns for voters going into the midterm congressional elections. The latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone and online survey finds that 30% of Likely U.S. Voters view Trump as the most important issue to their vote in the upcoming elections.
Voters agree with President Trump’s efforts to stop the horde of Hondurans marching through Mexico from entering the United States illegally. The latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone and online survey finds that 51% of Likely U.S. Voters believe the U.S. government should stop all the Hondurans headed this way from entering the country.
Hillary Clinton last week urged Democrats not to be civil with Republicans over political issues, prompting rare disagreement from former First Lady Michelle Obama. Voters also disagree with Clinton but, unlike her, don’t expect things to improve even if Democrats return to power in Congress.
As Election Nears, Faith in Congress Is Up As voters get ready to head to the polls in the upcoming elections, voters are much more confident in Congress these days on the heels of the Brett Kavanaugh confirmation than they have been in more than a year.
President Donald Trump’s interview with CBS News’ “60 Minutes” aired Sunday, which means that – of course – the network is making sure that it’s treating what he said with nuance and absolutely no needless sensationalism. Or they’re pulling one quote out of context and splashing it everywhere, one or the other.