A solid majority of Americans say they are better off than they were three years ago, a factor that could help boost President Trump’s re-election bid, a new Gallup poll released Wednesday reveals. The 61 percent “better off” rating is the highest percentage recorded during the re-election year of any incumbent president since Gallup first
As Iowa's Democrats entered their party's caucuses on Monday, defeating President Donald Trump in November's election was at the top of their minds when considering which candidate to support for the party's 2020 presidential nomination, according to preliminary findings by the National Election Pool (NEP).
55 percent of registered voters say the acquittal does not clear Trump of any wrongdoing in the Ukraine matter, while 40 percent said it did.
The majority of Americans would not support a socialist candidate, a Gallup poll released on Tuesday showed.
Those who vote Republican, are married and are paid more than $100,000 a year are the most happy, a Gallup poll found. Those paid less than $40,000 were the least happy.
A majority of voters in Northern Ireland would oppose the region leaving the United Kingdom to form a united Ireland if a referendum were held tomorrow, according to a poll published by the Belfast Telegraph newspaper on Tuesday.
WASHINGTON (AP) " President Donald Trump suggested Tuesday that the Pentagon should review the conduct of a former White House national security aide who played a central role in the Democrats' impeachment case and potentially consider disciplinary action against him.Army Lt. Col. Alex Vindman, who until last week was detailed by the Pentagon to the White House, testified before the House impeachment panel that Trump inappropriately pushed Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelenskiy to [
A new swing state poll released Thursday shows President Donald Trump beating every Democratic candidate in a head-to-head match-up in Wisconsin, but trailing behind in Michigan and Pennsylvania.In Wisconsin, Trump leads each candidate 7-11%:Trump/former Vice President Joe Biden — 49% to 42%Trump/billionaire Mike Bloomberg – 49% to 41%Trump/former South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg — 49% [
A majority of likely 2020 voters in key swing states support President Donald Trump's recent decision to kill Iranian terrorist leader Qassem Soleimani in a drone strike, according to a new poll obtained by the Washington Free Beacon.
Army Lt. Col. Alex Vindman testified before the House impeachment panel that Trump inappropriately pushed Ukraine's President to investigate Joe Biden and his son Hunter.
Trend lines from a new national poll revealed an emerging top tier in the Democratic presidential primary, with three of the top candidates on the upswing and the rest of the pack flatlining — or cratering.
By a 15-point margin Americans say that, despite being acquitted in the Senate, Donald Trump has not been cleared of wrongdoing in the Ukraine matter. Fully 55% say Trump has not been exonerated by his acquittal while 40% believe he has, according a new Quinnipiac poll released Monday. The views of independents track almost perfectly with those findings, with 54% saying Trump has not been cleared and 40% saying he has.