Support for toppling Roe v. Wade is at a new high, yet twice as many voters still want it to stand.
With rising prices, escalating crime rates, and nearing year three of a global pandemic, 7 in 10 voters think it was another bad year for the country — and over half feel it was bad for them personally.
A Fox Business survey finds an overwhelming majority are concerned about crime nationally.
A majority of registered voters oppose the payments of up to $450,000 the government is reportedly considering to compensate separated families at the southern border.
The latest Fox News national survey finds 73% of registered voters are “extremely” or “very” concerned about what public schools are teaching children, with the only issues more concerning to voters are inflation/higher prices, political divisions with…
Two-thirds of voters want to keep the U.S. Supreme Court’s 1973 abortion decision Roe v. Wade in place, according to a new Fox News survey released Thursday.
As the 20th anniversary of September 11 approaches, a Fox News Poll found that two-thirds (64 percent) of registered voters think the 9/11 2001 terrorist attacks permanently changed the way we live in the United States.