'We'll not sell out Crimea for ships. We will neither surrender nor swap it.'
The majority of millennial voters, nearly two-thirds, disapprove of President Donald Trump and think the country is headed in the wrong direction, a new poll found.
As Trump prepares to give the State of the Union address, a new poll reveals what Americans think the president and Congress should prioritize for 2018 policies.
Threatening the financial equivalent of massive retaliation against Russia is the wrong weapon.
A new poll finds most voters are embarrassed by President Donald Trump, think he's a poor moral leader and say he's not a good role model for children, and it also marks seven consecutive months of approval ratings below 40 percent.
President Donald Trump spent much of the government shutdown laying blame on congressional Democrats.
Despite the slump in world oil prices and the fracking revolution, Russia controls Europe through its gas supply.
The separatist 'people's republics' have been hit hard by the economic blockade.
A survey found that Trump's approval rating among black Americans has not doubled—it has actually dropped.
About twice as many voters graded Trump's first year an "F" than an "A", a new poll found.
The poll also showed voters feared the president's attitude on North Korea.
"Trump has the reputation of being ignorant and impulsive," a Norwegian professor said.
While some countries have made moves to expand LGBT rights and legalize gay marriage, most Russians still find the idea of gay sex "reprehensible."
President Donald Trump tweeted out a poll seemingly without realizing that it shows more Americans give Obama credit for the economy.
"No one's been this low at this point," said Tim Malloy, the assistant director of the Quinnipiac University Poll.
Trump's attitude towards punishing human rights offenders is confusing and contradictory.
Almost half of voters think the special counsel will clear the president in his Russia investigation by the end of the year.
Trump's approval rating for handling terrorism was 42 percent, while 51 percent disapproved.
President Donald Trump needs to make a New Year's resolution to power off the television if he wants Americans to think he's a good commander in chief.
A slim majority of voters believe the economy will improve in 2018, according to a Quinnipiac University poll.