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Biden fares better than Trump over first 100 days-Reuters/Ipsos poll

Apr 29 2021

NEW YORK (Reuters) -More than half of Americans approve of President Joe Biden after nearly 100 days on the job, according to Reuters/Ipsos polling, a level of support that his Republican predecessor Donald Trump never achieved and one that should help Democrats push for infrastructure spending and other big-ticket items on Biden's agenda.

Many Republican voters agree with Biden - 'trickle-down economics' has failed, poll shows

Apr 29 2021

A majority of Americans support measures favored by President Joe Biden to substantially redistribute U.S. wealth, according to an Ipsos poll for Reuters released on Thursday, including tax hikes on the wealthy and a higher minimum wage.

POLL-Biden fares better than Trump over his first 100 days

Apr 27 2021

NEW YORK, April 27 More than half of Americans approve of President Joe Biden after nearly 100 days on the job, according to Reuters/Ipsos polling, a level of support that his Republican predecessor Donald Trump never achieved and one that should help Democrats push for infrastructure spending and other big-ticket items on Biden's agenda.

POLL-After 100 days, Americans give Biden high marks for COVID-19 response, economy

Apr 27 2021

NEW YORK, April 27 More than half of Americans approve of President Joe Biden after nearly 100 days on the job, according to Reuters/Ipsos polling, a level of support that his Republican predecessor Donald Trump never achieved and one that should help Democrats push for infrastructure spending and other big-ticket items on Biden's agenda.

Most Americans want to end lifetime Supreme Court appointments: poll

Apr 18 2021

NEW YORK A majority of Americans want to end lifetime appointments for U.S. Supreme Court justices, according to an Ipsos poll for Reuters, though less than half are in favor of other efforts to reform the judiciary.

Half of Republicans believe false accounts of deadly U.S. Capitol riot-Reuters/Ipsos poll

Apr 05 2021

WASHINGTON (Reuters) -Since the deadly Jan. 6 insurrection at the U.S. Capitol, former President Donald Trump and his Republican allies have pushed false and misleading accounts to downplay the event that left five dead and scores of others wounded. His supporters appear to have listened. | Video

Half of Republicans believe false accounts of deadly U.S. Capitol riot: Reuters/Ipsos poll

Apr 05 2021

WASHINGTON Since the deadly Jan. 6 insurrection at the U.S. Capitol, former President Donald Trump and his Republican allies have pushed false and misleading accounts to downplay the event that left five dead and scores of others wounded. His supporters appear to have listened.

Biden U.S. infrastructure ideas popular, but support for plan is partisan: Reuters/Ipsos poll

Apr 03 2021

NEW YORK President Joe Biden’s $2 trillion infrastructure plan is loaded with road repairs, internet upgrades and other initiatives that are widely popular on their own, according to a Reuters/Ipsos poll, but U.S. public support declines when the initiatives are packed into a Democratic bill and sold as a Biden-backed plan. | Video

Americans want the government to buy U.S.-made goods, even if they cost more

Mar 30 2021

LOS ANGELES/NEW YORK A year of pandemic-driven shortages of vital safety goods and medicines - not to mention consumer items like bikes and electronics - has not made Americans more willing to pay extra for U.S.-made goods.

Biden approval grows as more Americans receive vaccinations: Reuters/Ipsos poll

Mar 19 2021

NEW YORK The number of Americans who approve of President Joe Biden has grown steadily since he took office, according to Reuters/Ipsos polling released on Friday, driven by concrete steps his administration has taken to address the public health and economic crisis caused by the coronavirus pandemic. | Video

World News

Iran vote points to hardline goal of long-term power - analysts

DUBAI (Reuters) -A hardline victory in Iran's presidential election has tilted the domestic balance of power towards the country's anti-Western clergy and away from officials chosen by popular vote, a shift Tehran may one day seek to make permanent, six analysts who follow the Islamic Republic's politics say.