Exclusive Poll: Voters Don’t Want Military Inserting Itself into Social Issues

May 30, 2023

Americans strongly believe the U.S. military should focus on defending America and avoid inserting itself into politicized social issues.

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This Memorial Day, Most Americans Agree – U.S. Still Worthy of the Ultimate Sacrifice

May 26, 2023

An exclusive poll from America’s New Majority Project asked Americans if they feel the United States is still worthy of the ultimate sacrifice made by the men and women of the Armed Forces who lost their lives defending our country.

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Most Want Parental Consent, Stricter Privacy Rules for Social Media Companies

May 24, 2023

Seventy-four percent of voters believe that social media companies and other websites should be required to obtain parental consent for users under 18.  

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Large Majority of American Voters Believe Taxes Are Too High

May 23, 2023

Seventy-five percent of Americans, including majorities of Republicans and Democrats, believe that taxes in America are too high. 

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Slowing Rate of Spending Increases Seen as “Responsible” By Most Americans

May 22, 2023

An exclusive poll from America’s New Majority Project reveals 59 percent of Americans agree that slowing the rate of planned spending increases is a responsible way to reduce budget deficits, debt and reduce inflation.

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Record Low Say Now Good Time to Buy Home

May 19, 2023

Only 21 percent of Americans believe now is a good time to buy a home. 

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Large Majorities of Americans Support Abortion Restrictions of Some Kind

May 18, 2023

Exclusive research by America’s New Majority Project reveals that one year after the Dobbs decision, Americans agree that the overturn of Roe vs. Wade may be an opportunity to build public consensus on abortion.

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Parents Report Higher Hope and Satisfaction Than Nonparents

May 16, 2023

Parents of school-aged children report higher satisfaction with family relationships and well-being, along with greater optimism towards the future compared to nonparents.

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House GOP Health Care Bills Have Strong Bipartisan Support

May 12, 2023

Republicans have historically trailed Democrats on who is most trusted in health care. The popularity of these bills could give the GOP a boost electorally if candidates are aggressive about explaining their health care agenda.

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Exclusive Poll: Voters Want Biden To Negotiate, Compromise on Debt Ceiling

May 9, 2023

There is significant public agreement that President Biden and Senate Democrats should negotiate and find a compromise with Speaker McCarthy – a rejection of the Biden hardline position for a so-called “clean” debt ceiling increase without spending cuts.

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