President Donald Trump's approval rating has been improving but it doesn't seem to helping him ahead of the general election.
By a double-digit margin, more voters see Joe Biden as having the right temperament to be president and a better ability to care about people.
A poll released Friday suggests that 66 percent of all voters believe others lie about their political preferences when taking polls.
Despite President Donald Trump's recent heavy focus on "law and order," a new poll indicates that Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden is favored by most voters on those issues.
According to statistics available on polling website FiveThirtyEight, Trump is pulling in the strongest numbers in Alabama and Oklahoma, both considered to be red states.
The new survey found Biden is 8 points ahead of Trump nationwide with just two months to go until polling day.
The president led his Democratic challenger by 7 points when voters were asked who they thought would win the head-to-heads.
Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden was shown as leading President Donald Trump in three swing states that Trump won during the 2016 presidential election.
In each of the six states, Biden holds far more support among women and Independent voters - but lags among men.
Biden continues to lead Trump in most national polls, as well as in recent surveys carried out in key swing states.
As the president continues to target his Democratic rival, he also trails in most polling ahead of November's vote.
Black voters' approval of President Donald Trump rose from 15 percent to 24 percent as the Republican National Convention got underway, while his overall approval rating dipped 1 percent, according to a new poll released Friday.
A majority of voters in six key swing states told pollsters they had a favorable reaction to Biden's keynote speech.
Poll data released Wednesday indicated that 6 percent of registered Democrats would cast their ballots for President Donald Trump, a two-point decrease from last week.
The Republican share of the electorate has been growing steadily in rural areas since 2008.
The president lost in the state in 2016 and looks likely to do so again in 2020, with Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden ahead in the polls.
A new poll shows that 50 percent of voters would cast their ballot for Democrats if Congressional elections were held today, and 96 percent have made up their mind between Donald Trump or Joe Biden.
College students appear to be disillusioned with American democracy, as 81 percent said special interest groups have more influence in the election than voters do.
A late break toward Donald Trump by undecided voters helped decide the election in 2016. Biden has the edge among this group now but there's still plenty of time for the incumbent to change their minds and make MAGA magic happen twice.
Among Democratic voters, Biden's favorability has increased by 7 percentage points—from 79 percent to 86 percent following the DNC.
The creators of an Instagram poll asking students who was planning to go to parties turned the list of respondents over to the administration of Northeastern University, which sent out warning letters to students and their parents.
A new poll found that more than a third of Americans have lower emergency savings than at the start of the coronavirus pandemic.
Though Democratic Nominee Joe Biden is leading President Donald Trump in a new poll by 4 percent, that number is still within the 5.5 percent margin of error.
Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden is ahead of Trump by an average of 8.4 points, according to FiveThirtyEight.
The president's approval rating boost is not being reflected in head-to-head polls that heavily favor Biden's chances of winning.
A new poll shows former Vice President Joe Biden with a 20 point lead over President Donald Trump among voters who did not vote in the 2016 election.
Former Vice President Joe Biden holds a 3 percent advantage over President Donald Trump among registered voters who intend on crossing party lines in November's election, according to a poll released Tuesday.
The model shows Joe Biden with a 6 in 7 (or 87 percent) chance of winning in the Electoral College.
A new poll found that most Biden voters were backing the Democratic candidate because they disliked Trump.
A new Pew Research poll quotes a 37-year-old Southerner as saying that former Vice President Joe Biden has their vote "because having Trump as president for another four years will be a disaster for this country."