The Trump Make America Great Again Committee sent out a three-question survey about the first lady on Thursday.
Derided as boring, there's actually good reasons to watch closely when Germans go to the polls on Sunday.
Trump is on the rise. Trump also remains in the basement.
Over the past few months, the number of Americans who say racism is the country's biggest issue has tripled.
Most Americans don't have positive feelings about Donald Trump, a new poll shows. But even fewer people like Hillary Clinton.
President Trump got a small bit of good news in the polls, but he's more than a dozen percentage points behind where Obama was in 2009.
Trump, long accused of racism, hasn't made a lot of folks think he cares about black people's problems and needs.
A 58 percent majority of Republicans said they would like to see Vice President Mike Pence become Commander-in-Chief.
One of Trump's fans harangued author Tony Schwartz in a lengthy voicemail.
The president found support in Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin, but voters there are concerned after Charlottesville.
The PRRI poll also showed sharp differences among Democrats and Republicans on the issue of removing Trump from office.
Conway suggests voters want the president to continue focusing on fulfilling campaign promises.
Trump doesn't like the "phony Fake News polling" that shows supporters are fleeing the president.
Trump's approval/disapproval ratings are nearly the exact opposite of Obama's ratings in August 2009.
Trump once tweeted that Rasmussen was one of the most accurate polls. He probably hopes that's not true now.