Three-quarters of Democrats say sexism factored into Hillary Clinton's 2016 loss but a sizable chunk of left-leaning male voters still don't trust a woman to defeat Trump in 2020.
"We're becoming the Whole Foods party, when we need to figure out how to win in Dollar General districts like mine," J.D. Scholten told The Washington Post.
Nearly 40 percent of Texans believe marijuana should be fully legalized and another 35 percent say it should be legalized for medicinal use, according to a recent poll.
Several Fox News programs are justifying Senator Bernie Sanders' controversial Monday night town hall appearance, explaining that hundreds of thousands of his "anti-establishment" supporters switched to Donald Trump in 2016.
About 1,300 secret cameras were deployed by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's center-right Likud party, according to the Israeli news site Ynet.
The official GOP Twitter account on Sunday tweeted a 1998 mugshot of O'Rourke with a leprechaun hat photoshopped over his head and the words "please drink responsibly" on a placard underneath.
Denverites will vote on decriminalising magic mushrooms this spring.
"I believe the Democratic nominee, and whoever will become the president, will be the one who's able to cast a bigger, broader more aspirational vision," Gillum said.
"Marist/NPR/PBS Poll shows President Trump's approval rating among Latinos going to 50%," Trump tweeted on Tuesday.
President Donald Trump has said forcing a government shutdown over border wall funding is a winning political move, but a significant majority of American voters think otherwise, according to a poll released Monday.
A new report found that the Russia influence campaign aimed to stop African-American voters and supporters of Bernie Sanders from voting.
"He needs to expand his appeal and do better than break even on the economy if he wants another four years," said Republican pollster Daron Shaw.
About seven in 10 American voters—and four in 10 Republicans—want Trump to face a primary challenge, a new poll has shown.
Nearly half of Donald Trump voters think the president should be able to change the 14th Amendment with an executive order. Most didn't feel the same about the 2nd Amendment.
They express increasing frustration and dissatisfaction with the Trump administration, which has often sought to paint non-whites as criminals and usurpers.
Democrats are really focusing on health, care and polling has shown that could be a smart choice.
Half of Trump voters think immigrants have it easier in America than folks who were born in the U.S.
A significant portion of Trump voters expressed in a poll that it would be understandable if Kavanaugh were biased as a Supreme Court Justice.
Clinton voters were far less likely to think women who "complain about harassment" caused more issues than they solved, according to a new poll.
"We're hearing from a lot of people who are not registered who voted in the June primary."
The ads are depicting Democratic candidates as "dangerous and outside the mainstream."
Over 70 percent of Trump voters said they could still vote for a candidate who used the racial epithet.
The Stormy Daniels scandal could've changed a few votes in 2016.