Poll results have been called “crack cocaine for political junkies.” The point is not that it gets you high. The point is that it gives you the momentary feeling that you can see the future of the political season. Then that feeling blows over and you need another hit.
The history of polling is rife with candidates who were behind by more than Donald Trump is behind in current polling and nonetheless won.
Generally, Bernie Sanders does better than Hillary Clinton against the leading Republican presidential candidates.
But most Democrats favored impeachment of President George W. Bush in 2007.
A new poll of registered voters indicates that if a presidential election was held now, Mitt Romney would beat President Obama.
A pox on both your houses, both your parties, and that tie you’re wearing.
Even the U.S. Supreme Court is below 50 percent approval, for the first time in decades.
Republicans’ heavily reliance on a base with views far right of the U.S. mainstream will make it hard for them to reinvent their party or to win the White House
Will the damage from Akin’s “legitimate rape” nonsense blow over?
They are sirta the birthplace of democracy after all
This is the first day of daily tracking by Gallup
Minnesota, Maine, three other states heading for referenda on marriage this year.