While a majority of voters like the sound of the Equality Act, they overwhelmingly oppose its provisions when they find out what it would actually do.
From misdiagnosing key swing states to whiffing on multiple Senate races, Quinnipiac said it would take months to determine where their polls went wrong.
The latest New York Times poll of likely voters in Texas has Trump beating Biden 47 percent to 43 percent.
We should be open to the possibility pollsters haven’t learned from recent past errors they made surveying Midwesterners in the 2014 and 2016 elections.
Over sixty percent of respondents said they are not prepared to spend a year in prison for their organization’s objectives to succeed.
Fifty-five percent of Democrats now support defunding the police, although almost two-thirds of the country disagree.
A study conducted by Young America’s Foundation and The Federalist surveyed American high school and college students on coronavirus, school, ideology, values, and technology.
A new Emerson poll found more Independent voters oppose the impeachment of Trump, compared to one month ago when more Independents supported impeachment.
David Brooks is the latest pundit to claim young voters will doom Trump and the GOP for the foreseeable future. History says such predictions always fail.
Those who take the moral worldview traditionally associated with evangelicalism most seriously are quite unlikely to support Donald Trump, at least in the primaries.
What were the best and worst individual polls of the 2014 Senate races? Let’s take a look at the numbers.
In 2010, Democrats picked up two open governors’ mansions and barely held onto a third. What lies in store for these embattled three?
PPP’s poll respondents have a habit of mindlessly pressing buttons in response to the firm’s automated polls, and in no way does that bother the firm’s management.
Esquire and NBC News discover a “New America” that looks suspiciously like the old America
Who knows, one day a majority of voters may actually believe all the libertarian things they tell pollsters. One day.
The “War on Women” meme did wonders for President Barack Obama, but is the harsh scaremongering running out of steam?
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