In U.S., Cyberdisruption Most Critical ThreatMohamed Younis, Gallup
Americans are more likely to regard cyberterrorism as a “critical threat” to U.S. vital interests than to say this about 10 other international matters. The development of nuclear weapons by Iran or by North Korea place second and third in Americans’ mentions of critical threats in the latest poll.Trump Gains on DesantisMonmouth University Polling Institute
Donald Trump now holds an advantage over Ron DeSantis as Republican voters’ preference for the party’s 2024 nomination. The Monmouth University Poll shows Trump has made gains among nearly every voting bloc since the start of the year and is especially popular among strong MAGA supporters.
Biden and Harris Earn Similar Job RatingsMonmouth University Polling Institute
Neither President Joe Biden nor Vice President Kamala Harris earn positive ratings from the American public as a whole, but both get good marks from at least 3 in 4 of their fellow Democrats. The …