Turns Out "Spooky 'Socialist' Proposals" Are Popular, Says AOC, As Poll Shows 70% Of GOP Voters Back Plan To Cap Credit Card Rates
Progressive proposals are "winning over vast majorities of GOP voters because they are common-sense, humane policies," said the New York congresswoman
More than 4 in 10 American adults surveyed in a new poll said President Trump should be impeached, an uptick from a survey conducted last month.
Fewer than 3 in 10 voters -- 29 percent -- approve of how Attorney General William Barr handled the release of special counsel Robert Mueller's report, according to a
More than 50 percent of respondents in a new survey say they will not vote for President Trump when he seeks reelection in 2020.
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Despite the slide to 39 percent, there is little support for using impeachment to remove the president.
And 68 percent said they were more likely to believe that the president or one of his cronies broke the law
There's trouble in swing country for President Trump. Poll results released on Wednesday by Monmouth University show that voters in swing districts -- where the margin between Trump and his 2016 presidential election opponent Hillary Clinton was less than 10 percentage points -- actually disapprove of Trump's performance in the Oval Office at higher rates than voters in districts who supported Clinton by more than 10 percentage points. Monmouth poll shows Trump's approval rating is higher in deep blue districts than swing districts.Support in swing districts:Approve: 31%Disapprove: 51%Clinton +10 districts:Approve: 33%Disapprove: 62% -- Ryan James Girdusky (@RyanGirdusky) April 17, 2019 The results appear to back up the Trump re-election campaign team's plan to focus heavily in areas like Michigan and Wisconsin, which were sites of some of the smallest gaps in the 2016 contest. Trump eked out surprising victories in both states. However, the Monmouth poll doesn't provide polling data from individual districts. That 31 percent approval rating is the aggregate of every district where the race was decided by less than 10 percentage points, some of which Clinton won. The poll also does not stipulate whether the voters who disapprove of Trump also refuse to vote for him in 2020 -- the two are not necessarily mutually exclusive. Still, the results illustrate Trump's potential vulnerability. The poll was conducted via telephone April 11-15, interviewing 801 U.S. adults. The total margin of error is 3.5 percentage points, though the margin of error in swing counties is 7.8 percentage points. See more results at Monmouth. Tim O'Donnell
Moore's widest lead was with women despite sexual abuse allegations that dogged his 2017 campaign.
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The 55% number is the President’s unfavorable rating. (Only 40% favorable.)https://t.co/a00b6ljiJl https://t.co/nntXuHaUKj
President Trump's approval remains stable and a third of voters say they don't know whether the summary of Mueller's findings clears him of wrongdoing in a new NBC News/WSJ poll.
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13th State Vows To Give Its Electoral Votes To National Popular Vote Winner As New Poll Shows Trump Losing Nationwide
With addition of Delaware, 184 electoral votes in 13 states are now pledged to go to the presidential nominee who wins the national popular vote.
Half of voters say the national popular vote should be used for presidential elections, according to the poll.
Buttigieg has jumped ahead of nationally known candidates
South Bend, Ind., Mayor Pete Buttigieg (D) surged into third place in a poll of the Iowa caucus released Sunday.
Poll: Majority Of Americans Say Trump Tried To Interfere In Mueller Investigation, But Few Likely To Change Mind
Far more voters say they trust Robert Mueller more than President Donald Trump when it comes to potential 2016 Russian interference, but simultaneously, a large majority of Americans say there is zero chance something in the report could change their view of Trump.
A new poll shows that most Americans aren't fully onboard with the idea of a universal basic income for all adults.