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Age, Issues Working to Trump's Advantage Pre-Debate

Though neither is viewed positively overall ahead of the first presidential debate, Trump is viewed more positively than Biden on several measures.

Could Biden's Job Approval Rise Among Key Groups by November?

Incumbents' approval ratings usually rise among their party's supporters in reelection years. Among independents, the historical pattern is mixed.

Same-Sex Relations, Marriage Still Supported by Most in U.S.

Americans remain largely supportive of the legalization of same-sex marriages, and a majority believe gay or lesbian relations are morally acceptable.

2 in 3 U.S. Adults Say Companies Do a Poor Job on CEO-Employee Pay Gap

Over half of U.S. adults say it is extremely important for businesses to avoid major pay gaps between CEOs and average employees.

Americans Back IVF; Divide on Morality of Destroying Embryos

Americans widely regard in-vitro fertilization as morally acceptable, but they divide over whether destroying frozen embryos created by IVF is morally acceptable (49%) or wrong (43%).

Record Share of U.S. Electorate Is Pro-Choice and Voting on It

Pro-choice voters are showing record-high intensity on the abortion issue, and the pro-choice segment of the public remains historically large.

Increase in Liberal Views Brings Ideological Parity on Social Issues

Americans have become significantly more likely to identify as liberal in their views on social issues over the past 25 years. Liberal views on economic issues, too, have increased, but still lean conservative.

Slim Majority of U.S. Adults Still Say Changing Gender Is Morally Wrong

A slim majority of U.S. adults say changing one's gender is morally wrong, but only about a third favor laws banning gender-affirming care for minors.

Biden, Trump Tied in Favorability Before Felony Conviction

Joe Biden and Donald Trump tied in favorability among Americans when rated using a 10-point scale, just before Trump's felony conviction last week. In the 2016 and 2020 campaigns, Trump trailed the Democratic nominee on this measure.

U.S. Economic Confidence Dips for a Second Month in a Row

Gallup's Economic Confidence Index registered -34 in May, reflecting further deterioration in how Americans assess the economy's current state as well as its trajectory.
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