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Ten Takeaways About Americans' Views of Guns

In the wake of recent mass shootings, a broad majority of Americans support stricter gun laws, but are divided over what changes should be made.

Americans View Finances Through Lens of Political Identity

In today's highly partisan world, Americans' party identification is significantly related to how they project the future of their personal finances.

Trump's Fifth-Quarter Job Approval Up; Still Historically Low

President Donald Trump averaged 39.1% job approval during his fifth quarter in office, up slightly from the prior two quarters, but still well below those of his predecessors.

Snapshot: Half of Americans Approve of Strikes on Syria

Half of Americans approve of the latest missile strikes on Syria, unchanged from support levels for similar actions last year.

Trump's Re-Elect Figures Similar to Those of Obama, Clinton

Thirty-seven percent of U.S. registered voters say President Trump deserves to be re-elected. While low, the figure is similar to those of Bill Clinton and Barack Obama at their first midterms.

Anti-Incumbent Sentiment Similar to 2010 and 2014 Elections

Consistent with recent midterm elections, about one-quarter of U.S. voters say most members of Congress deserve to be re-elected, and roughly double that percentage say the same of their own U.S. House representative.

Snapshot: U.S. Congressional Job Approval at 18%

Eighteen percent of Americans approve of the job the U.S. Congress is doing, matching the average rating the current Congress has received since January 2017.

Guns Fall From Record High as Top Problem

Americans' mentions of guns as the most important problem facing the nation fell by over half this month, ticking down to 6% from last month's record high of 13%.

Slim Majority Now Says U.S. Middle Class Pays Fair Tax Share

A slim majority of Americans now believe middle-income people pay their fair share of federal taxes, up significantly from last year's reading.

Less Than Half in U.S. Now Say Their Taxes Are Too High

Less than half of Americans, 45%, now say the amount they pay in federal income taxes is too high, down from 51% in 2017. Republicans are behind this decline.
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