China announced late last week that it will not intervene if North Korea initiates an attack against the United States, but will step in to prevent an attack on North Korea if the United States initiates.
President Trump has officially declared the nation’s opioid crisis a national emergency. A plurality of Americans agree it’s a major problem where they live, and the number who think most doctors overprescribe drugs has jumped dramatically in the past three years.
The majority of voters still say newcomers to America should adopt our culture, language and heritage, but that number is down from surveys over the past few years. More than ever now say they should keep their own customs.
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- Voters Think China Should Be Doing More to Reduce North Korean Threat
- Daily Presidential Tracking Poll
- Voters Are More Supportive of Trump Opponents in Congress
- Nearly Half Still Think Trump Less Ethical Than Most Politicians
- 36% Say U.S. Heading in Right Direction
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- Consumer Spending Update: Positive Economic Attitudes Mean More Spending
- Americans Fear Stock Market Could Collapse
- Americans Aren't Sure More Work Means More Pay
- More Americans Think Raising Minimum Wage Will Help Economy
- More Than Ever Are Optimistic About Economic Opportunity in America
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- Daily Consumer Index