A new poll shows Santorum surging ahead of Mitt Romney nationally
Mitt Romney seems headed for a big, and important, victory tomorrow in Florida.
American politics is as polarized as ever, and it shows no signs of changing regardless of who wins in November.
It’s pretty much a dead heat in Florida between Newt Gingrich and Mitt Romney.
A record number of Americans don’t consider themselves a member of either party.
Romney, Paul, Santorum. The last set of Iowa frontrunners seems to be set.
Don’t look now but President Obama’s approval ratings are closing in on levels that point to re-election.
Newt Gingrich has fallen into a statistical tie with Mitt Romney in the latest Gallup poll, mirroring his decline in other recent surveys.
A new ground game in Iowa?
A shocking new polls shows that most Americans would like to receive Social Security and not pay for it.
The former Speaker has the biggest lead of any candidate thus far in the race for the 2012 Republican presidential nomination.
A new Gallup poll indicates that it is Big Government, not Big Business, that most concerns the American public.
A lesson in why the topline poll numbers are often only the beginning of the puzzle.
Once again, Americans hate Congress but seem to love their Congressperson.
There aren’t many glad tidings at the White House these days.
GOP officials are reluctant to resurrect the personal attacks against the President used during the 2008 campaign.
A new poll appears to show Newt Gingrich surging in New Hampshire, but there are several caveats to take into account.
Public opinion on the Occupy movement has turned increasingly sour.
A new poll shows a plurality of people now have an unfavorable view of the Occupy movement.
By popular demand: An assessment of the latest polling numbers.
Don’t confuse modest bumps in a polling trend with actual changes in the thing being polled.