Supporters of Donald Trump and Joe Biden differ on the factors behind US success and the merits of acknowledging the nation's historical flaws.
About four-in-ten Americans (38%) approve of Donald Trump’s job performance, while 59% disapprove, our recent survey found.
The idea of the government providing a universal basic income draws broad opposition from Republicans but is generally supported by Democrats.
Americans are now more likely to expect foreign election interference than they were in October 2018, when 67% expected it.
Most Republicans say the primary reason for the rise in confirmed coronavirus cases is that more people are being tested.
Response to the pandemic has pushed the federal budget higher than it's been in decades, but Americans are slightly less concerned about the deficit than in recent years.
With less than three months until Election Day, Joe Biden has an advantage over Donald Trump among registered voters. But support for Trump is much stronger.
Six-in-ten say the primary reason the number of confirmed coronavirus cases is increasing is that there are more new infections; 39% say cases are rising mainly because more people are being tested than in previous months.
Neither party nets an overall advantage from the 9% of voters who have switched since 2018.
A majority of voters said it is very or somewhat important to them to get messages from the presidential campaigns about important issues.