A poll released Tuesday finds that 79 percent of Americans believe that the "top" or "important, but lower" economic priority of the Biden administration should be to "provide new stimulus checks."
Concerns about violence leading up to President-elect Joe Biden's inauguration have steadily risen as President Donald Trump has continued to make widely disproven claims that Biden stole the election.
A new survey indicates that 40 percent of Americans believe Antifa was either "significantly" or "somewhat" responsible for last week's deadly attack on the U.S. Capitol, despite no credible evidence of the group's involvement.
Gov. Kemp led his former Democratic gubernatorial rival by 4 percentage points last week.
A survey found that most voters opposed the Capitol riots and blamed Donald Trump for the violent demonstration.
Jon Ossoff and Raphael Warnock lead Senators David Perdue and Kelly Loeffler by two points on average.
The poll was released shortly after Ossoff and Warnock hammered their Republican opponents for not backing the congressional fight to give $2,000 checks to economically impacted Americans.
Recent polls are mixed, with some showing the Republican incumbent in the lead and others putting the Democratic challenger narrowly ahead.
A small minority of voters said the stimulus checks included in the latest relief bill were too large.
Individuals that voted for President-elect Joe Biden made up 75 percent of those who believe the Electoral College should be abolished.
The Republicans' leads over their Democratic rivals are within the margin of error.
The Fox News poll showed that most Americans don't think the election was stolen, don't want Trump to run in 2024 and don't approve of his job performance in general.
A new poll found 81 percent of all voters want lawmakers to pass new relief within the next few weeks.
A 61 percent majority of Republican men will take a COVID-19 vaccine when it becomes available, but only 34 percent of Republican women will, according to a new poll.
President Donald Trump continues to rally against the election outcome, despite multiple set backs in court.
Republican Georgia Governor Brian Kemp's approval rating was at 37 percent in a poll conducted on the same day his extension of statewide public health restrictions due to COVID-19 went into effect.
Trump hit an average approval rating of 45 percent more than a week after Election Day.
The president has rallied against calls of victory for Democrat Joe Biden and insisted that foul play is the reason he has been behind—claiming he would be ahead based upon votes he deems to be legal.
The public opinion polling industry appears to be broken. As the votes continue to be counted, the partial results tell a different story than public polls in the final weeks before Election Day that incorrectly foretold a near-landslide victory for the former vice president.
The "All Of You" singer posted a video of his version of the classic Ray Charles song to celebrate Joe Biden taking the lead as the count continues in the traditionally red state.
Exit polls conducted in Pennsylvania, Nevada, North Carolina and Georgia showed 80 to 92 percent of Black voters in each state voted for Biden.
The president has boosted his share of the Black vote by 4 points since the 2016 election.
Posts in private Facebook groups have shared a meme claiming that wearing a mask is an infringement on their first amendment rights.
The 22nd Amendment states, "No person shall be elected to the office of the President more than twice," but it does not stipulate that those two terms must be held consecutively.
On the final day of the 2020 presidential election, polls project Democratic nominee Joe Biden ahead of President Trump in key swing states.
The statistician warned Americans against "taking anything for granted" as Trump was still forecast to have a 10 percent chance of victory.
An 80 percent majority of those voting for Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden voters said that "the pandemic is going to get worse," while only 17 percent of those voting for President Donald Trump agreed, according to a new poll.
Robert Cahaly points to Trump supporters who avoid pollsters or lie about their choice because of societal pressures—and says there are more now than in 2016.
If Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden wins the popular vote by less than two points, Trump could be poised to win the election, according to the top statistician.