A Scott Rasmussen National Survey found that a majority of voters believe that America is being taken advantage of by its allies, with the United States being expected to pay more than its fair share of defensive alliance costs.
Testing of 24 critical issue positions with specific language based on previously poll and focus group research reveals a 62% New American Majority that could be captured by the Republican Party, with an additional 13% persuadable to vote for Republicans. This would make 75% of the American electorate available to a New American Majority Coalition.
A Scott Rasmussen National Survey found that a majority of voters believe that cutting government spending helps the economy and that a near majority believe increasing government spending is bad for the economy. In addition a majority of voters of all income levels say it is possible to cut government spending without harming essential government programs.
A recent survey performed by Scott Rasmussen shows that 72 percent of voters favor expanding oil and gas drilling on government lands to enhance fossil fuel production and decrease the current energy prices.
Americans are often left in the dark when it comes to the cost of health care services and treatments. This lack of transparency leads to extreme price variation and leaves consumers surprised when bills arrive.
38.5 percent of voters concluded that “lowering inflation and fixing the economy” is their main concern. Other issues addressed were climate change (15.9 percent), social equality (11.3 percent), and securing American borders (11 percent).
An American majority favors not increasing taxes. At the same time, many Americans understand current high federal spending is hurting the economy.
As the humanitarian disaster of the War on Ukraine continues, it is worth taking a minute to look at its impact on the political environment in the United States.
A recent poll found that 71 percent of voters favor a ban on the use of Russian oil even if it meant higher gasoline prices.
Our latest polling shows that Americans agree that limiting federal spending and balancing the budget will reduce inflation.