Other noteworthy findings in this month’s poll include:
- 52% of Republicans think that Donald Trump best speaks for the Republican Party right now.
- Views on the U.S. Supreme Court are sharply divided along partisan lines: 76% of Democrats believe the court is too conservative, while 41% of Republicans think it is too liberal.
- 45% of Americans support the confirmation of Ketanji Brown Jackson to the Supreme Court, including 87% of Democrats. Only 30% of Americans oppose confirmation.
- While 37% of Americans think that schools overreacted to the pandemic and should have kept more in-person learning, another 37% feel that schools did a good job on balance, and 13% say that schools were not cautious enough.
Additional issues surveyed include consequences for rioters who participated in the Jan. 6, 2021, attack on the U.S. Capitol and viewership of Fox News, Newsmax, One American News Network, and MSNBC.
This poll’s findings demonstrate that Americans understand the threat posed by Russia to U.S. national security interests and the gravity of its invasion of Ukraine.
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