New APNORC poll also shows most Americans still unhappy with how Biden is handling the issue.
At least two thirds show some level of concern but many of them admit they really don’t know or closely follow the details of government shutdown and defaut.
A growing number say misinformation from social media, politicians and the news media increases anger, mistrust and hate.
A new Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research poll found that while indictments in New York leave only about one-fourth of Americans feel he should have been charged, at least half say he committed serious felonies in Georgia and Washington, where more indictments are pending.
Latest Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Poll show most respondents want the programs improved, not cut.
With 60 percent saying the President is not strong enough in his dealings with China, Democrats are worried.
They say Biden’s one term as president is enough and they want someone else in his place.
Poll: Americans fault Biden’s handling of classified documents but it doesn’t hurt his approval rating
The President’s job approval rating remains in the low 40s — not much change from previous polls.
Truth is a first victim of those who promote conspiracy theories and other forms of misinformation.
Three-quarters of Americans feel lies and misinformation increase violence involving race, religion or gender.