Most voters say they trust special counsel Robert Mueller over Donald Trump when it comes to Russian interference in the 2016 election. But a large majority say there is zero chance something in the report could change their view of Trump.
"We're going to see people drop out, and with that votes will shift," said Spencer Kimball, director of Emerson College Polling.
"In effect this will disenfranchise people who are too poor to pay some of the costs that are associated with a conviction," the ACLU attorney said.
"No offense to TMZ," Ocasio-Cortez tweeted.
"I mean, she's got incredible numbers in this country, I mean, her percentages when she polls, isn't she like 70 percent or something?" Jeanine Pirro said.
Iowa City is the second of Sanders's three-stop tour in a state that will be crucial to securing the 2020 Democratic nomination.
Senator John Cornyn, a Texas Republican, tweeted poll results that showed President Donald Trump with a 43 percent approval rating.
Trump's economic rating was the highest among the 14 domestic and foreign issues assessed in the poll.
"It seemed the more bad news befell Bill Clinton, the higher his approval ratings went," Scarborough said.
A poll of American voters 40 percent of Republican voters believe President Donald Trump should resist attempts to subpoena his administration after special counsel Robert Mueller delivers his report.
The last time "poor leadership" scored this high was during the government shutdown in 2013, when Barack Obama was president.
"I think God calls all of us to fill different roles at different times, and I think he wanted Donald Trump to become president," White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said in a recent interview with the Christian Broadcasting Network.
Pew notes in their Monday poll release "there are not enough black Republicans in the sample to analyze separately."
"The president's primary focus isn't on results in the polls, of which I think there are a number of them he's doing very well," Sanders said.
Despite psychic fraud being proven on countless occasions, people continue to believe.
Trump's approval rating stands at 40 percent, up from a recent dip to 37 percent in January amid the longest government shutdown in the country's history.
A poll suggests more than 30,387,000 Americans have no idea who the vice president is.
Trump's 2020 chances would rise if a third party candidate entered the race.
More independents view Ocasio-Cortez unfavorably than favorably, the poll also showed.
Nearly half of Americans said they trust Pelosi more than Trump "on issues that are important" to them.
"Overall, more Americans now oppose expanding the U.S.-Mexico border wall since last asked in 2016," the Chicago Council on Global Affairs reported.
The House speaker also received a higher rating than Trump when respondents were asked who was doing a better job handling the shutdown.
"One interesting dynamic is the pro-wall people are much more likely to want to go the distance on the shutdown than the anti-wall people," said Republican pollster Daron Shaw.
Fifty-seven percent of registered voters disapproved of the job Trump is doing as president.
Forty-six percent of independents said Trump and the congressional GOP are primarily responsible for the shutdown, the survey shows.
Forty-six percent of voters support impeaching Trump, while just 44 percent are opposed, according to a new poll.
Trump's high ratings among Republicans "make it unlikely that he will be denied the Republican presidential nomination in 2020," a Gallup poll concluded.
Only 30 percent of registered voters said they would vote for President Donald Trump in a new poll.