Democrats are really focusing on health, care and polling has shown that could be a smart choice.
A poll of American millennials found that while a majority planned to turn out for the 2018 midterms, they didn't know who the candidates were.
More than 60 percent of Hispanics are "dissatisfied" with the current direction the U.S. is headed in, a new Pew Research Center poll shows.
Health care could play a huge role in how folks vote in 2018. A new poll showed Dems are trusted more than the GOP on the issue.
Among those who responded to the survey, only 38 percent said that their personal financial situation had improved during the past two years under President Donald Trump and the Republicans.
A new poll showed about half of Americans think we'll get four more years of Trump. It also showed a fair number of folks support former VP Joe Biden.
Forty percent of men also said that #MeToo has gone too far, with the survey showing an additional divide along party lines.
Half of Trump voters think immigrants have it easier in America than folks who were born in the U.S.
A lot of workers would also like to know exactly how much that CEO makes.
Trump's approval rating went from majority approval to majority disapproval in three states, a new poll indicated.
However, Kavanaugh's confirmation was not likely to alter the way they voted.
"Prior to the Kavanaugh hearing, the intensity level was really on the Democratic side," House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy said.
Amid the saga over Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, Democrats' poll advantage decreased as Republicans galvanized.
Confidence in President Donald Trump was rated lowest among world leaders from China, France, Germany and Russia.
Except for the temperament category, Republicans gave Trump good ratings.
Many in the GOP think that even if it were proven Kavanaugh assaulted Christine Blasey Ford, it does not mean he should be kept from the Supreme Court.
Clinton voters were far less likely to think women who "complain about harassment" caused more issues than they solved, according to a new poll.
There was no indication that the two accounts changed Americans' opinions of Trump.
Most Americans polled said they believed the explosive allegations made in a recent op-ed written by an anonymous senior White House official.
Shifts in personal attributes were being driven by the leanings of independents, the poll suggested.
Francis has been accused of not acting on allegations of abuse against now-resigned Cardinal Theodore McCarrick.
"The disconnect I think is still in the mainstream media," pro-Trump radio host R.J. Harris said.
Seventy five percent of Democrats thought favorably of McCain, versus 52 percent of Republicans.
Among poll participants, 49 percent thought Congress should begin impeachment proceedings against Trump, while 36 percent approved of his job performance.
Over 70 percent of Trump voters said they could still vote for a candidate who used the racial epithet.
Overall, a mere 17 percent of American voters said they would approve of Trump pardoning Paul Manafort.