On the three-year annivesary of the election of President Donald Trump, averages of approval polls have consistently shown a majority of Americans disapprove of the job he is doing.
A new poll suggests that former President Barack Obama is far and away the most valuable endorsement among former Democratic presidential nominees, with a majority of respondents saying Obama's endorsement would influence their choice in an election.
Ivanka Trump reportedly started crying and pleading to a magazine editor that an unflattering story on her husband Jared Kushner be taken down.
A poll that the president has frequently praised for its accuracy showed his approval rating taking a dive amid an impeachment inquiry and a military withdrawal.
Millennials and Gen Zers who practice a religion are more optimistic about their own futures and the future of the world, according to a new study from a Christian polling firm.
The poll found that support for Warren among Democratic voters remained unchanged after Tuesday's debate, despite several shots across the bow in her direction.
A Pew Research Center report released on Thursday said that while fewer Americans identified as Protestants or Catholics, the number who identify with no religious affiliation is on the uptake.
Historically accurate model predicts "Trump in a landslide" for 2020 election
Warren is surging while Sanders suffered a heart attack two weeks ago that has left his supporters wondering if he can keep up his rigorous campaigning for the Democratic nomination.
Polls suggest that Warren could benefit if Sanders drops out of the race for the Democratic nomination. But some of his supporters explain why she's a no-go for them.
They were the exact words over an image Trump tweeted earlier of the Untied States with far more red than blue areas.
49 percent of Americans approve of the impeachment inquiry and 46 percent disapprove, according to a new NPR/PBS NewsHour/Marist poll.
The survey was conducted on Wednesday night by phone, one day after Pelosi announced a formal impeachment inquiry into Trump.
The poll shows that Trump is the most disliked president out of the five most recent Oval Office occupants.
Trump's job approval average from several major polls, from Monday to Wednesday, surpassed Obama's during the same dates in 2011.
"We don't put a lot of weight in those kind of polls," Lara Trump said, speaking for the Trump campaign.
"Liberal voters are starting to cast about for a candidate they can identify with," wrote Patrick Murray, director of the Monmouth University Polling Institute. "Moderate voters, who have been paying less attention, seem to be expressing doubts about Biden."
A new poll Wednesday measured the highest support for abortion rights among U.S. adults in a quarter-century.
"Ouch, Fox News, you pledged to be there for him for better or worse," The Late Show host joked.
Trump's frustration with recent polls boiled over Monday night as he labeled Fox News "fake news" for discussing polling data showing him losing badly in 2020.
Former Vice President Joe Biden surged ahead as the top pick for the Democratic party nomination with a 19-point lead over Sanders, the next-closest candidate.
A Republican strategist told Fox News that Joe Biden's poll numbers are "as good as it's ever going to get" and that Bernie Sanders' recent slide in the polls is due to every 2020 Democratic candidate "cannibalizing" his campaign platform.
"We look at any white man and think they too can lead and forget there are systemic reasons why white men are the people in power," CNN guest Sayu Bhojwani remarked.
"It meant so much that my language and proud deaf cultural identity was respected," Andy Pleasants told Newsweek.
The latest 2020 campaign polls show President Donald Trump commands overwhelming support from Republicans, but overall data shows he hasn't expanded his base, with only four-in-ten voters saying they plan on re-electing him next year.
"This is a man who thinks that he cannot win a straight-up competition," explained Michael D'Antonio.
A majority of Americans blame President Donald Trump more than his Democratic opponents for the ongoing government shutdown, according to two polls released Sunday.
During the Thursday interview, the host and anchor raised the latest Fox News polls which showed the president's approval rating at 46 percent.