"I did NOT know of the meeting with my son, Don Jr. Sounds to me like someone is trying to make up stories in order to get himself out of an unrelated jam," Trump tweeted.
The poll was conducted to better understand public opinion about gene-editing technology.
Investors and economists polled by International Business Times aren't worried about a "hard" Brexit. They foresee some kind of deal or even a return to the embrace of the European Union.
Support for the landmark Supreme Court ruling legalizing abortion is at an all-time high, according to a new poll.
Eric Trump tweeted a link to the published poll early Tuesday morning, along with a series of American flag emojis, seemingly touting his father's disapproval rating.
Women were more likely to consider sex addiction a real disorder than men.
Only 37 percent of Germans believe the continent needs U.S. protection.
One pundit said the president "defies political gravity."
Trump hit back on critics of his press conference with Russian President Vladimir Putin as "Trump Derangement Syndrome!"
Only 5 percent of Americans believe the U.S. benefited more from the Helsinki summit with Putin.
Arizona had been a dependably Republicans state in past presidential elections, but recent voting trends showed a shift toward a more moderate electorate.
"A poll just came out that I am the most popular person in the history of the Republican Party—92 percent. Beating Lincoln," Trump said.
"The British public hold the President in low regard," the poll report states.
Democrats want more Bernie-esque candidates in 2018.
While it may be a controversial statement, many liberals support abolishing ICE.
Seventy-nine percent of black Americans and 58 percent of Hispanic Americans agree.
As Donald Trump attempts to address a controversial border separation policy, Iran faces its own crisis at home.
Clinton voters were very likely to support Mexico—Trump voters, not so much.
Unsurprisingly, Democrats were not eager to have more politicians like Trump.
Pew poll shows the issue hits both Democrats and Republicans.
More men, 55 percent, than women, 50 percent, think of Clinton as a sexual predator, according to a Rasmussen Reports poll.
When asked how much Trump cares about the needs and problems of Hurricane Maria victims, the most common response in a new poll was "not at all."
The poll found voters divided over whether Trump's tweets will help Congressional Democrats up for reelection in November.