"They will say yes to no matter what the question is," national affairs analyst John Heilemann said.
Pauline Hanson had already booked a European cruise before the senate seat was vacated, so she sent 50 cardboard doppelgängers out on the campaign trail.
President Donald Trump is losing ground with voters in the Midwest, a key demographic that led to his 2016 victory, according to a new poll by NBC News and Marist.
A drop in Putin's popularity comes at a time when Russian dissatisfaction in state polls is gradually building.
"I think you all know I'm an honest person who works extremely hard to provide you with accurate information at all times," Sanders said.
The poll found voters divided over whether Trump's tweets will help Congressional Democrats up for reelection in November.
The NFL has been rife with controversy of late and Americans as a whole aren't all that likely to have a favorable view of the league.
About a quarter of Florida voters believed immigration was the most important issue; 13 percent cited gun control as their top concern.
Melania Trump's 57 percent favorable rating is greater than any rating her husband has received since CNN began polling around him in 1999.
While the president's personal approval is only a few points from its record peak, most Russians disapprove of the prime minister, the government and parliament.
The race between Debbie Lesko and Hiral Tipirneni to succeed former Representative Trent Franks appears closer than many anticipated.
"Now is not the time to consider articles of impeachment," House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi and Democratic Minority Whip Steny Hoyer previously stated.
It appears that Trump's repetitive messaging might have convinced a significant portion of Americans.
Trump touts approval rating "higher than Cheatin' Obama," citing just one single favorable poll.
Young whites tended to have a more favorable view of Trump than young people of color.
Among Republicans who favored another candidate, there was no consensus on a new contender.
The poll started a couple days after Biden said that if he and Trump were in high school, he would take Trump "behind the gym and beat the hell out of him."
Young voters called it "political suicide."
Fewer Americans were uneasy about the possibility of conflict with the North this month than in January, the poll showed.
The president sent out the message on Sunday.