New Gallup poll shows Sen. Bernie Sanders has better image than Joe Biden in eyes of Democratic voters
The Kavanaugh vote has seemingly led Collins to lose Democrats, while winning back Republicans who saw her as not conservative enough.
The economy is the lone issue he receives positive ratings for.
American people remain sharply divided along race, gender and geographical lines ahead as the 2020 campaign begins
For the second time in 19 years, under 50 per cent of US citizens feel 'extremely proud' to be American
Just under half of Americans say President Trump should be impeached as House Democrats continue to grapple with how to most effectively utilize their oversight powers over the White House.
About half of Democrats and Democratic-leaning independents want the government to provide a national health insurance program, but don't want it to completely replace private insurance, according to a new CNN poll conducted by SSRS out Monday.
Democrats who want Congress to act has surged by 18 percentage points in the last month
Democratic presidential candidate Senator Bernie Sanders (I-VT) poses for a picture with volunteers following a campaign stop at the Capi...
The numbers show Mr. Trump lagging behind Democratic presidential candidates in key states, such as Joe Biden in states like Michigan and Wisconsin.
Half of American voters believe the Trump campaign coordinated with Russia, a six point jump over three months, according to a poll released Sunday.
And surprise! The numbers are just as bad for Trump as everyone thought.
WASHINGTON – A new poll out Friday suggests more trouble for President Donald Trump's reelection hopes in Michigan, with the survey s...
Trump Reportedly Ordered Aides To Bury An Internal Poll Showing Him Losing Michigan And Pennsylvania
President Trump formally kicks off his re-election campaign next week. So far, he's shown scattered interest in the effort, insisting "on having final approval over the songs on his campaign playlist, as well as the campaign merchandise," but showing little interest in campaign spending or coming up with a new campaign theme, The New York Times reports. He does care about his approval ratings, though, and how he fares in matchups against various top Democrats, especially Joe Biden. "Biden seems to have gotten into the president's head -- at least for now," the Times reports, and his campaign is using that obsession to "invigorate a candidate who needs an identifiable opponent to keep his interest and who has been alternately engrossed in and detached from his re-election effort." One internal poll certainly captured Trump's attention, the Times says. After being briefed on a devastating 17-state poll conducted by his campaign pollster, Tony Fabrizio, Mr. Trump told aides to deny that his internal polling showed him trailing Mr. Biden in many of the states he needs to win, even though he is also trailing in public polls from key states like Texas, Michigan, and Pennsylvania. And when top-line details of the polling leaked, including numbers showing the president lagging in a cluster of critical Rust Belt states, Mr. Trump instructed aides to say publicly that other data showed him doing well. [The New York Times] Campaign manager Brad Parscale did just that, insisting that the numbers showing Trump losing Pennsylvania, Michigan, and Wisconsin were "selectively leaked information" based on "a subset of questions asked." Trump doesn't yet have a chief political strategist, the Times reports, and Fabrizio's "blunt approach is not always welcome by a candidate who prefers good news and can take a shoot-the-messenger approach to receiving information he does not like." Read more about Trump's Biden strategy at The New York Times. Peter Weber
A new poll in the crucial Iowa caucus shows Elizabeth Warren and Pete Buttigieg making forward strides.
More than three-quarters of Americans say they believe Roe v. Wade should be upheld, but a strong majority say they would like to see restrictions added to the ruling too, according to a new poll.
And two-thirds of Americans want special counsel Robert Mueller to testify publicly
Support For Trump Impeachment Now Over 40 Percent, As Majority Of U.S. Disapproves Of President: Poll
The figures vary wildly by political affiliation, but overall there has been an uptick in support for the process.
About 4 in 10 Americans now say that President Trump should be impeached and removed from office, according to a CNN poll conducted by SSR
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