tippinsights and the TIPP Poll regularly gauge the American public on many domestic policies. These policies range from Marijuana legalization to Abortion policies, the economy, and anything else coming out from Washington D.C.
Only 46% of those who voted in the November 2020 election said they would vote for Biden today, which is more than five percentage points lower than his official total of 51.3 percent in the 2020 presidential election.
Factors the Fed will evaluate to formulate monetary policy
Anxiety and depression have increased during the pandemic manyfold.
President Biden's vaccine mandate faces hurdles according to our data.
Most Americans think the country is heading in the wrong direction.
The editorial team of tippinsights delves deep into the Presidential Leadership Index's historic drop.
A substantial portion of the country distrusts scientists. Is the politicization of science to blame?
Almost half (48%) oppose extending rent relief due to the coronavirus.
Over half (54%) believe the U.S. should increase lockdowns to combat the Delta variant.
After an eight-month spell in the positive zone, economic confidence plummets in September.
Terry Jones discusses the most recent I&I/TIPP Poll on what Americans believe is the greatest threat to the country.
Congressman Kevin Hern (OK-01) and Derrick Hollie stress the importance of enacting legislation such as H.R. 4266 to reduce the impact of energy costs on vulnerable communities. Americans overwhelmingly support their position.