Race, gender, age and other demographic factors can largely predict whether or not voters approve or disapprove of President Donald Trump's response to the COVID-19 pandemic, a new poll shows.
The research found that since April, the proportion of people who describe the economy as "bad" has reduced by 11 percentage points.
President Donald Trump leads Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden in a single poll, out of more than 60 conducted during September, while he was ahead of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton in more than a dozen polls at the same point in 2016.
Morning Consult found in a survey of more than 2,400 people, that Trump receives lower support when asked on the phone than online among those making $75,000 or more each year.
A new poll shows that a clear majority of voters of every age group disapprove of President Donald Trump's job performance, except for one group that has continued to view the president favorably.
However, many electoral roadblocks stand in the way of making a third party truly viable in American politics.
"A whole host of things happened that the polls would not have caught," said one pollster about the 2016 election.
An exclusive poll for Newsweek found that half of all registered voters believed Trump would be able to revive the U.S. economy.
Arizona Sen. Martha McSally was 8 points behind Democratic candidate Mark Kelly in the same week he had to apologize for a racist joke.
Four out of five American voters want public health restrictions amid the COVID-19 pandemic to either remain the same or become more strict, according to a poll released Thursday.
In all the models used, Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden was predicted to defeat President Donald Trump in both the popular vote and the Electoral College.
New polling data shows voters believe Biden and Harris are more "moderate" than Trump and Pence, despite the incumbent's attack ads.
Undecided Florida voters may wind up helping President Donald Trump get reelected, according to a new poll.
A poll released Tuesday found that 86 percent of teachers purchased personal protective equipment for their own use during the COVID-19 pandemic, while 11 percent bought it for their students to use.
Former Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton lost both Pennsylvania and Michigan, contributing to her Electoral College defeat to Donald Trump in 2016.
Nearly 10 percent of the U.S. queer men who said they "do not support [Trump] at all" said that they will vote for him regardless.
Democratic Presidential candidate Joe Biden may disrupt President Donald Trump's plan for a repeat victory in Wisconsin, according to recent polling.
Sen. Thom Tillis of North Carolina is 10 points behind Cal Cunningham with less than two months to go until election day.
The Reuters/Ipsos poll found that 52 percent of likely voters said they would support Biden in the election, compared to the 40 percent who chose Trump.
A new poll indicates 47 percent of U.S. voters approve of President Donald Trump, his highest rating in months, despite recent reports claiming Trump made a series of disparaging remarks about military members.
President Donald Trump's approval rating has been improving but it doesn't seem to helping him ahead of the general election.
By a double-digit margin, more voters see Joe Biden as having the right temperament to be president and a better ability to care about people.
A poll released Friday suggests that 66 percent of all voters believe others lie about their political preferences when taking polls.
Despite President Donald Trump's recent heavy focus on "law and order," a new poll indicates that Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden is favored by most voters on those issues.
According to statistics available on polling website FiveThirtyEight, Trump is pulling in the strongest numbers in Alabama and Oklahoma, both considered to be red states.
The new survey found Biden is 8 points ahead of Trump nationwide with just two months to go until polling day.
The president led his Democratic challenger by 7 points when voters were asked who they thought would win the head-to-heads.
Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden was shown as leading President Donald Trump in three swing states that Trump won during the 2016 presidential election.
In each of the six states, Biden holds far more support among women and Independent voters - but lags among men.
Biden continues to lead Trump in most national polls, as well as in recent surveys carried out in key swing states.