RASMUSSEN: 65% say Violent Crime's Getting Worse, 68% Believe COVID Likely Originated in Chinese Lab, AND MORE...

Majority of Voters think COVID likely originated in Chinese Lab & that a Federal Investigation is "Very Important"

WASHINGTON, D.C. (Texas Insider Report) — From some of the latest Polls & Surveys of Likely U.S. Voters, here's a run-down of what Americas told Rasmussen Report's National Telephone & Online Surveys the past few weeks.

Most Voters Don’t See Biden as a Strong Commander-in-Chief

Fewer than a third of Likely U.S. Voters believe President Joe Biden is a stronger leader than most recent presidents, and a majority view him as less aggressive in his dealings with foreign leaders.
  Majority of Voters Think COVID-19 Likely Originated in a Chinese Research Lab – and that a Federal Investigation of its Origin is Very Important
  How Much Do Voters Trust Dr. Anthony Fauci?

Less than they did a year ago, and a majority believe that the government’s COVID-19 expert has been influenced by politics.
  Voters See "Violent" Crime Is Getting Worse – and Many Don’t Think Biden Can Handle It

Nearly two-thirds of voters say violent crime is getting worse, and half are not confident in President Biden’s ability to deal with the problem.
  • 65% of Likely U.S. Voters say the problem of "Violent Crime" in America is getting worse
  • Only 10% say the Violent Crime problem is getting better, while
  • 22% think it is staying about the same
Most Voters – Including Most Black Voters – Don't Think Biden's Made Much Difference for Black America

While support from black voters was crucial to Mr. Biden’s election, most Likely U.S. Voters – including most black voters – don’t believe he's improved race relations or made life better for young black people.
  Americans Are Happy About the End of the Mask Mandates

Most Americans approve of the recent recommendation by the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC) that Americans vaccinated against COVID-19 no longer need to wear masks, but Republicans are most pleased.