Early results of multiple scientifically conducted polls indicate that a majority of voters believe Democratic Presidential nominee Joe Biden won his final debate with President Donald Trump on Thursday.
Incumbent Democratic Senator Tina Smith is leading GOP challenger Jason Lewis by only 1 percent in the Minnesota election, according to a new poll.
"Voter intimidation, deterring voters from voting, impeding a voter's ability to cast a ballot in this election is unacceptable," said Pinellas County Supervisor of Elections in a statement to WFLA-TV
Half of those who intend to vote for President Donald Trump agree with the QAnon conspiracy theory's claim "that top Democrats are involved in elite child sex-trafficking rings," according to a new poll.
Black men were among the least likely to say a Black woman was a good VP pick.
The Democratic presidential candidate is leading in national polls, while he is also being tipped for Electoral College victory.
Pollsters have asked Europeans whether they would like to see Donald Trump or Joe Biden enter the White House.
Each candidate has touted the importance of the election, with voters seemingly agreeing upon its magnitude.
The latest survey from the Public Religion Research Institute found that 55 percent of U.S. adults had "no confidence" in Trump conceding.
Joe Biden appears to be favored over Donald Trump in Arizona, Florida, Michigan, Pennsylvania, North Carolina and Wisconsin—although the margin is close in some of these battleground states.
A new poll shows Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden with a slim advantage over President Donald Trump in swing state Florida, while COVID-19 cases are rising in the state.
A tracker poll put the president's average disapproval rating at more than 54 percent on Thursday night.
"I will keep fighting to break the gridlock and get more relief out to Arizona," Republican Senator Martha McSally told Arizona voters in a taxpayer-funded robocall as she trailed her Democratic challenger Mark Kelly in polls.
The poll, which was conducted by Morning Consult, found Joe Biden ahead with seniors aged 65 and above in Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin.
The president recently shared a meme of his rival photoshopped into a retirement home scene, with the words "Biden for Resident" underneath.
A new poll shows that almost half of all registered voters support the Senate voting to confirm Judge Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court weeks before the presidential election, with Democratic support having almost doubled since Barrett's nomination by President Donald Trump.
The president has mocked his Democratic rival, who is just a few years older than him, as he attempts to garner support ahead of the election.
She attempted to rally support in the state, insisting her husband—and other Democrats—have a chance of victory there.
The president has continually spoken of garnering the support of women in the suburbs, but polling has indicated he cannot count on it.
A new poll suggests that only about one third of Americans believe that the presidential election will be "free and fair," although even fewer agreed one month earlier.
The president visited Florida for a rally earlier this week, where he insisted he is on track to win re-election in November.
The former Republican presidential candidate said politics in the U.S. has "moved away from spirited debate to a vile, vituperative, hate-filled morass."
Only three weeks remain before the 2020 presidential election on November 3.
On the same day President Donald Trump held a campaign rally in Florida, the first one after his COVID-19 diagnosis, a poll finds Florida voters are evenly split on who they believe will win the presidential election.
A new survey from ABC News and The Washington Post found that 52 percent of voters opposed an immediate SCOTUS appointment.
The latest poll from Chegg and College Pulse found Biden was favored by more than two thirds of undergraduates.
A poll released Friday suggests that voters who are women and those aged 18 to 34 are slightly less likely to vote in the upcoming election than they were last week.
Overall, 52 percent of Pennsylvania voters trust Joe Biden more to handle the pandemic, while 32 percent trust President Donald Trump on the issue, according to a recent poll.
A new Gallup survey found that a clear majority of voters felt they and their families were in a better position after four years of Trump.