President Donald Trump captured Florida Tuesday night, landing the Republican incumbent 29 electoral votes closer to the 270 needed to clinch a second term.
The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette endorsed President Donald Trump three days before the election in the paper’s first GOP presidential endorsement since 1972
A new poll released by Des Moines Register and Mediacom Iowa shows President Donald Trump leads Iowa by 7 percentage points over Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden.
Biden’s most favorable pollster in the Sunshine State, Quinnipiac, now shows Trump gaining 2 points and Biden losing 6 points.
Will all this be enough for mass media to win the day? People will find out next week. But the half of the country the media are rigging the game against can’t be happy about what they’ve seen this year.
Young Cuban Americans’ embrace of the Republican Party and GOP candidates is one of the most underreported stories in this election cycle.
The latest New York Times poll of likely voters in Texas has Trump beating Biden 47 percent to 43 percent.
Joe Biden continues to lose ground in Pennsylvania, even in polls that have historically been quite favorable to him.
In 2016, Trump won by winning battleground states that few expected him to win. Right now, he’s polling slightly and relatively better in those states than he did four years ago.
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.
New Gallup data out Tuesday shows public devotion to America’s great cultural pastimes has collapsed in the last year.
Democrats trust the accuracy of mail-in ballots more than they do traditional voting at present, with 55 percent claiming confidence in all ballot counting, while 65 percent supported the accuracy of mail-in.
Forty-four percent of Americans under age 30 believe a company is correct in firing an executive because he or she made a personal donation to Trump’s reelection campaign.
Media bias often comes down to framing, and the Associated Press just supplied us with a glistening example of how it’s done.
Nearly half of respondents of a national poll conducted by Morning Consult are just fine with the name of NFL team The Washington Redskins.
‘To find out how willing liberal Americans are to jettison the country’s cultural identity, I decided to ask what I thought were outlandish questions,’ writes the survey author. ‘The answers I received amazed me.’
It’s nothing short of a scandal that 53 percent of Americans believe that this completely discredited document ‘was real in its findings of Trump colluding with the Russians.’
In a new Gallup poll released this week, Americans rated the media with the worst response to the Wuhan coronavirus, and it’s not even close.
Hesitating to dub strangers antisemites is wise, especially based on limited information. But the blatant bigotry on parade in Europe underscores that open antisemitism has come roaring back.
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