A 2020 blowout has long been presumed. But maybe it won’t happen.
The Democrats have lots of problems. Salesmanship is pretty far down the list.
The apparently eminent demise of abortion rights has reignited an old debate.
Aggregate self-identification doesn’t tell us much, but the breakdowns do.
Once again, today marks a day where folks who would never have supported Dr. King decide they should praise him
The safety gap between affluent, white and poor, minority communities has grown over the last three decades.
Doing nothing is still a choice, and the legitimacy crisis is here, like it or not.
The President’s approval has plummeted, largely because of factors outside his control.
Democrats and Independents are losing their enthusiasm. But some perspective is needed.
49 percent of Americans lean Democratic, compared to 40 for Republicans. Yet a plurality identify as Independent.
It makes sense for large-scale venues, yes? But making sense is not the issue.
Trump brags about being the “most admired” and provides yet another example of poor understanding of data.
Chuck Schumer and company sent a signal to their base against a fait accompli.
He has the largest lead of any challenger since modern polling began in 1936.
A majority of Americans of every sex, race, education, income, or region do the right thing. With one exception.
If the Democrats win back the White House in November, it’ll be no thanks to men.
President Trump is reportedly considering boycotting the General Election debates next fall.
New polling shows that the American public does not support the President and his trade war.
Paul Volcker, the Chairman of the Federal Reserve Board who put an end to the rampant inflation that threatened to choke the American economy, has died at 92.
A new poll finds that a strong majority of Americans support life in prison instead of the death penalty.
New polling is showing increased public support for President Trump’s impeachment and removal
Eighteen years after it started, the American public seems to be mostly ignoring the war in Afghanistan. But that isn’t an excuse for not bringing it to an end.
It’s still early in the election cycle but there’s plenty for the President to worry about.
As doubts about the health of the economy start to mount, President Trump’s job approval is starting to suffer.
Another poll in the wake of this month’s mass shootings shows increased support for several gun control measures. That doesn’t mean Congress will act, though.
In the wake of the back-to-back shootings in Texas and Ohio, a new poll shows increased support for some gun control measures. But we’ve been here before.