The number is the highest recorded since the breakup of the Soviet Union.
Tobacco rated as most harmful with 49 percent.
Another 29 percent think the United States needs to take a firm stand.
Gallup found the percentage of uninsured people ticked down, perhaps as a result of the ACA.
There has been little recent movement in support or opposition to the pipeline.
Only 30 percent identify as Democrats, while 17 percent identify as Republican.
The former Massachusetts senator's poll numbers have declined over the past few months.
The poll conflicts with a few other recent surveys.
Support for gay marriage has reached an all-time high of 59 percent.
Michelle Obama’s favorable rating has remained largely unchanged in the last three years.
On the Democratic side, Hillary Clinton continues to dominate early polling.
The increased deportations hit a peak in 2012.
By comparison, more people want Christie to not run for the White House.
Despite an uptick, it stands at only 32 percent.
Only 39 percent of registered voters have any confidence in Congress.
Romney has said on multiple occasions he will not run for president again.
His all-time high came last February, when 70 percent of voters approved of him.
The new Gallup poll shows her numbers are 13 percent higher than Vice President Biden's.
Almost two-thirds of people have an unfavorable opinion of Russia and its leader.
The state has consistently clocked in with the lowest unemployment rate in the country at 2.6...
A Marist/McClatcy poll says 58 percent would support Clinton compared to 37 percent for Christie.
The numbers comes as a majority — 58 percent — continues to support the law. Support for the law...
Christie now trails Clinton in a hypothetical match-up in the battleground state.
According to the survey, 41 percent of people approve of the law.
Similar numbers last year showed the GOP getting most of the blame for the government shutdown.
Hillary Clinton’s lead in Florida increased to 16 points in a potential presidential match-up...
Nineteen states remain competitive, the same as 2012.
Forty-four percent of people had a very positive reaction to Tuesday's address.
Only 46 percent think their member of Congress deserves reelection, a record low.
As recently as 2013, CBS polling had shown support for legalization split at 45 percent.
Only 41 percent of Republican voters think he has a strong future in their party.
Another 13 percent of voters would support an expanded guest worker program.
The U.S. uninsured rate has dropped to 16.1 percent — down from 17.3 percent in December.
Last July only 41 percent said the NSA program was more likely to help.
52 percent said the scandal shines a light into a potential Christie White House.
A new Quinnipiac poll shows his rating has largely flattened out after falling last year.