Asked about his 2024 competitors, Trump said: “If I ran, I can’t imagine they’d want to run.
A national survey of likely US voters has found that 50 percent support impeaching Joe Biden after just one year in office. The Rasmussen Report sponsored by The National Pulse was conducted in January, and asked a collective of likely US voters whether they would side with Republicans in Congress who have endorsed articles of impeachment against the current U.S. President. Fifty percent of respondents stated they somewhat or strongly support impeaching Biden, with the remainder of respondents either stating they were unsure or that they oppose impeaching the current president. When broken down by demographic, men and women were
A majority of voters expect President Joe Biden to keep his campaign promise to nominate a black woman to the Supreme Court, but they don’t like the idea of choosing justices on the basis of race and gender. A new national telephone and online survey by Rasmussen Reports finds that 59 percent of Likely U.S. voters expect Biden to keep his promise by nominating a black woman to fill the vacancy on the Supreme Court created by the retirement of Justice Stephen Breyer. Only 19 percent think Biden will break his campaign promise, while 21% are not sure. (To see
Data has revealed that a stunning 59 percent of Democrats want to see their fellow Americans citizens forced into isolation and confinement if they are unwilling to take Big Pharma’s COVID-19 vaccines, with 45 percent endorsing the idea of quarantine camps for the unvaxxed. The news comes as faith in the efficacy of the vaccines wanes, and nations around the world come to grips with the fact that between the Omicron variant and other factors, fear over the virus is subsiding. Democrats also told Rasmussen pollsters that they support much harsher measures, including fines for Americans who won’t take the
Fewer voters now trust the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), and many believe the agency is acting as President Joe Biden’s “personal Gestapo” – a reference to Adolf Hitler’s secret German police – new data from Rasmussen Reports has revealed. In the stunning poll, forty-six percent of Likely U.S. voters said they have a favorable impression of the FBI, with just 15 percent claiming to have a Very Favorable view of the agency. That’s down from May 2020, when 60 percent had a favorable impression of the FBI. Forty-seven percent now view the FBI unfavorably, with 26 percent admitting to
A new Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation & Institute (RRPFI) sponsored national poll on priorities and opinions of Americans on defense, military, and foreign policy issues has found a “sharp decline in trust and confidence in the U.S. Military” and a “growing ambivalence about U.S. leadership in the world.” The report also notes significant concerns over China and cyberattacks from foreign governments and entities, and reveals a deep distrust in U.S. institutions including the Congress of the United States, and the national media. From November 2018 to November 2021, trust and confidence in Congress has hovered between just five and six
A Hill-HarrisX poll has found a majority of American voters think Joe Biden’s chief medical advisor, Anthony Fauci, should resign. Fifty-two percent (52 percent) of respondents said Fauci should leave his position, while 48 were opposed. The new data reveals how far the public’s faith in Fauci has fallen, with a similar survey from June showing most Americans back then wanted Fauci to stay in post. When the Hill-HarrisX poll asked the same question of likely voters earlier this year (between June 17th-18th), fifty-eight percent (58 percent) of respondents said Fauci should not resign. In the same poll, forty-two percent
Protesters caught in the maelstrom of the January 6th riot at the U.S. Capitol are being held as "political prisoners" and persecuted by law enforcement, most American voters say.