Politics Fewer than 4 in 10 say US is on right track: poll
CBS News poll: A lot of Americans don't know what's in Build Back Better
Policy ideas are popular, but more know about the cost of the bill than about its plans.Despite the popularity, in principle, of these program ideas, some of the very popular ones — like expanded Medicare coverage and lowered prescription costs — are among the least heard about.
A found that fewer than 40 percent of Americans say the country is headed in the "right direction," adding to recent surveys that show declining support for President Biden.
The Morning Consult/Politico survey released Wednesday found that only 38 percent of Americans say the country is on the right track, compared to 62 percent who said it's moving in the wrong direction.
The survey also showed Biden's approval at 46 percent, with 51 percent disapproving of his job performance.
The results fell in between a published Wednesday, which put Biden's approval rating at 50 percent, and a from last week that found just 38 percent of respondents approved of Biden's performance.
Panthers OC Joe Brady responds to speculation linking him to LSU opening
The 32-year-old Brady had been generating plenty of buzz as a potential candidate for the LSU job, and it makes a lot of sense. After all, he rose to prominence as the passing game coordinator and wide receivers coach for the Tigers, helping lead them to the national title in 2019. Brady’s success working with players like Joe Burrow, Ja’Marr Chase and Justin Jefferson established him as one of the top young offensive minds in football. He even won the Broyles Award in 2019 as the best assistant in all of college football. Brady left LSU in 2020 to join Matt Rhule’s staff in Carolina.
Nearly 50 percent of GOP respondents in the Morning Consult/Politico survey said they would vote for former President Trump if the 2024 Republican primary were held today. The next closest potential candidate was Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (R), at 15 percent.
Meanwhile, more than 80 percent of Democratic respondents said they would vote for President Biden in the 2024 Democratic presidential primary if it were held today.
The survey was conducted among 1,999 registered voters from Oct. 8-11. It has a margin of error of plus or minus 2 percentage points.
CNN Poll: Most Democrats favor a bigger bill on social safety net and climate .
As congressional Democrats negotiate the size and scope of a budget bill that could significantly remake the social safety net in the United States, a new CNN Poll conducted by SSRS finds 75% of the party's rank-and-file prefer a bill that goes further to expand the social safety net and combat climate change over one that costs less and enacts fewer of those policies (20% favor a scaled-back bill). © Kent Nishimura/Los Angeles Times/Getty Images The US Capitol on Thursday, September 30, 2021 in Washington, DC.