The state traditionally votes Republican in presidential contests.
Survey's conducted on the kelp forests of Tierra del Fuego in South America for the first time since 1973. Scientists say they are remarkably unchanged by human activity.
According to a new survey, nearly half of Americans polled stated that they did not have any savings to fall back on in the event that they contracted an illness like the coronavirus and were unable to work.
The CBS News/YouGov poll revealed that Republicans are far more confident than Democrats, with 90 percent of GOP registered voters expecting the president to win re-election.
Democratic Party Protestants, Catholics and Jews broadly favor Joe Biden for president, while atheists, agnostics and religious unaffiliated voters support either Bernie Sanders or Elizabeth Warren.
Fifty percent of Americans surveyed by Fox News said Trump should be removed, with 44 percent responding "no" and 6 percent saying they are still undecided.
Tulsi Gabbard is among the ten candidates who will be onstage for Wednesday's debate, with her appearance capping a month of middle-of-the-pack polling and a public spat with Hillary Clinton.
Results of a Common Sense Media survey showed the rising prevalence of screens among Americans between the ages of 8 and 18.
A Pew Research Center survey showed that a majority of Americans (62 percent) believed that it was acceptable for professional athletes to publicly address political issues.
Statistically, Republicans are more likely to believe in demons, ghosts and aliens than Democrats.
Pew Research Center data shows that 54 percent of adult Americans surveyed now back the Democratic probe into the president's conduct.
Warren tops the Democratic candidate field with 28 percent of the vote while Sanders comes in second with 21 percent. Biden, who has maintained his status as Democratic front-runner since entering the race in the spring, has fallen to just 18 percent.
The latest Quinnipiac poll found that every Democratic Party frontrunner would defeat President Donald Trump if the election were held today.
Only 17 percent of American adults said they are at all "surprised" by allegations of misconduct by President Donald Trump in regards to Ukraine.
Americans' fears of North Korea's nuclear program and the Islamic State have both fallen significantly in the past two years of Donald Trump's presidency.
A 70 percent majority of Republicans say fact-checking efforts are biased in favor of just one side of political and social issues, compared to just 29 percent of Democrats who say the same.
A majority of Democrat-leaning Americans say race or racial issues come up in conversation with family and friends compared to significantly fewer Republican-leaning U.S. adults, a new survey finds.
A Gallup survey of a 1,024 adults found that 43 percent of Americans believe some sort of socialism would be good for the country, compared with 51 percent who said it would be bad.
The survey found those in higher income households had a different opinion than those in lower-income households.
Results of a YouGov survey of British attitudes toward rape were described as "alarming" by the End Violence Against Women Coalition.
Confidence in President Donald Trump was rated lowest among world leaders from China, France, Germany and Russia.
Almost a third of Americans believe the news media is "the enemy of the American people," according to a survey of over 1,000 people with various political affiliations.
Seventy-nine percent of black Americans and 58 percent of Hispanic Americans agree.
People also find the words 'diet' and 'sugar-free' unappealing.
A majority of Russians say escalating tensions in Syria with the United States and other allies in the West could spark World War III.