A 2021 Gallup poll found that a whopping 75 percent of Americans—including two-thirds of Democrats—have a favorable view of Israel—the highest number in thirty years. A Pew survey from earlier this year similarly found that two-thirds of Americans have a favorable view of the Israeli people.
"I definitely want to influence the right party to be in office," the Fugees star said during an interview on U.K. TV.
A new poll from progressive groups Florida Watch and Progress Florida showed that Rubio and Demings were tied at 45 percent in their key U.S. Senate race.
After a good week for Democrats, public support for President Biden has bounced back, even if ever so slightly.
The GOP-led state rejected lawmakers restricting abortion access, setting up a fight over the issue on the election campaign trail.
The GOP is a party built on an identity of victimhood, they don't know how to win just like a dog doesn't know what to do with a car it catches up to.
We cannot let Republicans "write the playbook" on election disinformation in Arizona and spread it to other states.
The Republican Party has lost 15 percent of the 65 and over group ahead of the midterms, according to surveys taken just two months apart.
Trump has called Cox—a supporter of baseless voter fraud claims—"MAGA all the way."
As investigations against the former president ramp up, Trump could likely pay his legal defense with campaign donations from an early 2024 bid.
Carlson has long been seen by some Republican strategists as a potential successor to Trump who might make a run for the White House in 2024.
Despite a poll laying bare his chances of a 2024 run, President Joe Biden maintained that he has support of the party's electorate.
Governments will need to prepare for increasing attacks, some violent, on democratic and other societal institutions.
The ex-president called on Wisconsin Assembly Speaker Robin Vos on Saturday to "reclaim the electors" in the state he narrowly lost.
The former president is holding a rally in support of Palin in Alaska on Saturday as she fights for a seat in the House of Representatives.
Recent polls show Donald Trump and Ron DeSantis going back and forth in hypothetical scenarios that each would run for president in 2024.
The Texas and national economy were both met with disapproval from survey respondents, with 59 percent of those polled saying the state is "on the wrong track."
The Brennan Center for Justice warned that the Supreme Court's decision in Moore v. Harper could "enable partisan interference in ballot counting."
Abrams, who lost the Georgia governor's race to Kemp by less than 55,000 votes in 2018, must once again squeeze every possible vote out of communities of color.
The former president gave his backing to a number of sitting congressmen, some of whom are who are his longtime supporters.
"Wake up, Republicans," the GOP lawmaker said Sunday. "Because this is not going to be good for you if you think it is."
"You're gonna be all over the news tomorrow," the combative CEO said he told a Walmart executive after the company pulled his products.
The GOP only wants to simplistically cast blame for a complex issue on Democrats for their own political advantage.
The Republican also has a 10-year-old son and has been accused of having limited involvement in the child's upbringing.
Greene, who represents Georgia's 14th District, received a bigger portion of the vote in her May primary than she did when she first ran two years ago.
Voters showed preference for incumbents and other recognizable candidates in an election night that produced few noticeable upsets.
One GOP critic wrote Saturday that the endorsement "is a sign that Trump has not learned much after all this time about who is and is not America First."
Radio host Steve Gruber said that the success of "Top: Gun: Maverick" is the "biggest warning" that "in November it's American pride that will be returning."