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Slim Majority of Voters Approve of Trump’s Indictment, Though Few GOP Primary Voters Do
51% of all voters back the grand jury’s decision to indict Trump; 70% of potential GOP primary voters disapprove of it
DeSantis’ Position on Ukraine Divides the GOP Base and Has Few Backers Among the Broader Electorate
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Voters More Likely Than Not to Think Republicans Will Try for Medicare, Social Security Cuts
Just over a third of voters believe GOP promises to keep the programs off limits in debt ceiling negotiations
Nearly Half of Voters Support GOP Plans to Cancel New IRS Funding
46% plurality of voters said they support Republican legislation to rescind billions in fresh funding from the Inflation Reduction Act, including more than a third of Democrats and half of high-earners
Kyrsten Sinema Remains Among America’s Most Unpopular Senators After Party Switch
Republicans and unaffiliated Arizona voters grew more fond of Sinema after she left the Democratic Party to become an independent
Kevin McCarthy’s Image Among Voters Deteriorates After Speakership Fight
49% of voters hold negative opinions of the California Republican, up from 43% the previous week
Jan. 6 Will Continue to Haunt Republicans Politically, Surveys Suggest
Plenty of Americans say it will have an impact on their vote in 2024
GOP Voters Show Signs of Increasing Election Trust
42% of GOP say contests will be free and fair, up from 35% in June
The Jan. 6 Hearings Hurt Trump With Independents. Will It Cost the GOP in November?
Unaffiliated voters have grown more likely to blame Trump for Capitol riot and to indicate support for Democrats in November
The Jan. 6 Panel’s Hearings Are (Mostly) Falling on Voters’ Deaf Ears
Neither Trump’s standing within the GOP nor the party’s views on his culpability for Jan. 6 have budged