For all the negative headlines about Trump, it’s clear the president remains far more unpopular in beltway media than in the rest of the country.
This is an incredibly dangerous moment for the country and may be a pivotal point in the future of America’s democratic republic. Did we just cross the Rubicon?
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.
‘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.’
Young people are the ones with the most exposure to LGBTQ education and events like ‘drag queen story time,’ whether as students or young parents.
Last month’s Gallup poll found climate change was the ninth most important issue, coming in at a mere 3 percent. That result also combines climate change with the environment and pollution.
The increasingly left-wing tilt in public schools just might fuel a whole new demand for school choice among parents who are sick of political correctness and indoctrination.
For the first time since 2009, Americans are now as likely to identify as pro-life as they are pro-choice, after a rash of radical abortion legislation.
There is no question that Trump lost the battle of his own making. It is also true that this is not the final battle in whether the country seeks to uphold rule of law at her border.
In all their self-aggrandizement and pontificating, the media seems to have missed the core tenet of legitimacy as a public institution: trust.
Averaging national public opinion polls conducted in 2018 reveals that 6 in 10 Americans oppose building a border wall. But just a few years ago, at least that many supported a wall.
Contrary to a common media and cultural narrative, majorities of Americans of all ages, income levels, and racial backgrounds strongly oppose political correctnesss.
A new survey finds that more blue-collar American workers approve of President Trump than those who disapprove of him.
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