A new poll shows that 71 percent of Republicans believe that witnesses should testify during Trump's impeachment trial.
According to the poll, 90 percent of black Americans disapprove of Trump's job performance as president.
The Reuters/Ipsos poll shows downward movement for the Massachusetts senator and former vice president, while the Vermont senator held steady.
A new poll from VICE News and Ipsos found that 56 percent of black voters said they would consider voting for Sanders, compared to 54 percent who said the same for Joe Biden.
While among the most ambitious plans to tackle inequality beyond income, Elizabeth Warren's tax proposal has produced research casting doubt on some of its largest promises.
Although Trump won Michigan in 2016, the five leading Democratic candidates perform better than the president in Michigan, according to a poll released Wednesday.
A poll by Morning Consult and Politico found that 77 percent of registered voters could not find Iran on a world map, and 72 percent could not identify it on a map of the Middle East.
There are more Americans in favor of President Donald Trump's removal than against as he awaits a trial in the U.S. Senate following his impeachment by the House.
A poll from Mason-Dixon Polling & Strategy found that more voters would pick Trump over any Democrat in Virginia except Biden if the election were to be held now.
Likely related to a Republican-controlled national government or even President Donald Trumps' impeachment, Democrats are particularly unhappy with the state of affairs.
The entrepreneur is a point ahead of Buttigieg on favorability, but still two places behind the mayor when Democratic voters are asked who they'll back.
Though the difference is within the margin of error (3.4 percentage points) 39 percent of the 1,108 adults surveyed between December 18 and 19 preferred Sanders over Trump, compared to 37 percent who preferred Biden.
A Virginia Commonwealth University poll found that the state's voters would re-elect President Trump over top Democratic contenders, except Vice President Joe Biden.
According to a Morning Consult & Politico poll, 51 percent of voters approve of the Senate removing President Trump from office.
A new poll about the impeachment of President Donald Trump shows most people think he will be well treated by the GOP-controlled Senate.
Led by a new high of independents who support impeachment, a Sunday Fox News poll found 54 percent of Americans want to see President Donald Trump impeached.
Lindsey Graham is statistically tied with Democratic challenger Jaime Harrison, with the staunch pro-Trump incumbent seeing his favorability ratings plummet among independent voters.
A new survey by Firehouse Strategies gives the president a double-digit lead over most primary contenders in Wisconsin.
The most concerning finding for the People's Republic may not be the world's mixed opinions, but the fact that net changes in perception skewed downward between 2018 and 2019.
Senator Bernie Sanders has taken the lead among college students in a new poll from Axios/CollegeReaction.com while President Donald Trump is in second place.
A new poll revealed that while the president's numbers have largely stayed the same, more than half the Florida voters polled disapprove of his job performance.
Estuardo Rodriguez told Newsweek that a recently resurfaced 2011 TV interview with Buttigieg went to the "root of why there may be a lack of interest" in him among minority voters.
The former national security adviser has so far refused to testify to House investigators, even threatening legal action if he is subpoenaed.
South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg replaced Warren in second place surges to second after former Vice President Joe Biden.
The poll was conducted by conservative-leaning Rasmussen Reports, which regularly finds a higher approval rating for Trump than other major polls.
Morning Consult pollsters found the former Massachusetts governor had "no measurable support" among Democrat-leaning voters.
A new poll released by the University of Texas at Tyler indicated that Texas voters favor incumbent President Donald Trump for the 2020 presidential election over every single one of his challengers from the Democratic Party.
Polling Data from NPR and PBS NewsHour says nearly two thirds of Americans won't be swayed by new information and will remain firm on their opinion concerning the Trump impeachment inquiry.
The poll also found South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg leading the pack of Democratic candidates in Iowa.
Of those polled, 51 percent felt that Trump was wrong and should be removed from office, while 19 percent said that he was wrong but should retain his elected position.