In these times of low government approval ratings, frustration with the status quo is peaking.
The Paris attacks could change what was supposed to be an election about the economy.
The two outsiders are dominating the field.
The former neurosurgeon has 23 percent national support
Vermont senator edges ahead in early 2016 presidential primary states.
Hillary Clinton a 'Liar,' Donald Trump a 'Blowhard,' Jeb Bush a 'Bush': Poll Plays Word Association Games With 2016 Candidates
Pollsters from Quinnipiac University played word association games with American voters, and they didn't have much nice to say about Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump or Jeb Bush.
Donald Trump is dominating polls, but rival Jeb Bush is still the favorite of traders in political prediction markets.
Republican voters show no signs they are growing weary of the brash real estate mogul.
57 percent of likely Republican voters said Trump was likely to be their party's nominee.
Donald John Trump—real-estate developer, casino operator, corporate raider and perhaps future politician—is a symbol of an era, 'Newsweek' wrote in 1987.
More than half the country believes the post 9/11 national security law should better protect Americans' privacy.
"Emailgate" is causing Hillary Clinton to lose support in the swing state.
The contest comes before an unusually close national election on May 7.
Britain's continued membership of the European Union hangs on the outcome of the election on May 7.
Pre-election polls had the right and hard-right groupings neck and neck.
Zionist Union poised to secure more Knesset seats than Netanyahu's Likud, raising prospects of center-left coalition.
The Times/YouGov poll shows the Scottish National Party would take 48% of the vote to Labour's 27%.
François Hollande was once regarded as France's least popular leader but is currently enjoying a boost now.
A new poll has revealed that the president's popularity are on the up
The recession comes nearly two years after Shinzo Abe returned to power promising to revive the economy
In an attempt to shake-off record low approval ratings French President Hollande has said he will impose no new taxes on anyone in France starting next year
Polls show voter interest in the elections is exceptionally low this year. But the Internet, it seems, is especially lit up about it
The 10-month-old left-wing party leads the polls, in the biggest ruction of the two-party system since the fall of Franco
Ukip could cost the Conservatives as many as 24 seats - enough to hand victory to Labour in "unprecedented" general election