Despite the disdain for him on the the hard right, Mitt Romney is the man to beat right now in the race for the GOP nomination.
Is it appropriate for news organizations to decide that the people don’t need to hear from certain political candidates?
A government that robs Peter to pay Paul can always depend on the support of Paul.
A majority of Americans think homosexuals account for at least a fifth of the population.
Gallup takes the first look at the GOP field after Huckabee, Trump, and Daniels dropped out.
We’ve reached a turning point in the debate over same-sex marriage.
President Obama’s approval numbers shot up after Osama bin Laden was killed two weeks ago. They’ve already settled back to where they were
For the first time, a majority of Republicans support creation of a third political party. Does it really mean anything?
There’s not much movement in the President’s job approval numbers.
Americans are rallying around the President in the wake of the mission against bin Laden, but it’s likely to be short-lived.
The impact of the death of Osama bin Laden on the domestic politics is likely to be minimal at best.
There are signs that the Ryan Plan isn’t playing well with the public.
It is waaay too early to be putting much stock in polling for 2012 (either in terms of X v. Obama or GOP v. GOP).
President Obama is vulnerable, but he’s facing a GOP field that is underwhelming even for Republicans.
One of the Tea Party movement’s favorite Senators used the dreaded c-word.
We’re approaching the point where those job approval numbers start to matter, and President Obama’s are heading down again.
President Obama’s budget speech was light on specifics, but that’s because it was really the opening salvo of the 2012 campaign.
Two new polls show that the public supports the budget deal, but has no idea what to do to solve our long term problems.
The President’s winter polling bounce is gone, and he’s looking vulnerable again.
One week in to Operation Odyssey Down, public opinion is, to put it as nicely as possibly, ambivalent.
Quite improbably, Mike Huckabee seems to be positioned at the top of the GOP field right now. The only question is whether he really wants to run for President again.
The public, and Congress, are skeptical of the mission in Libya, and the reason for that is because the President has failed to tell us exactly why we’re there and what we’ll be doing.
Another survey shows that Americans don’t know much about their own history, but does it really matter?
It’s a Republican meme that President Obama has “apologized” for America repeatedly. The one problem with the meme is that there aren’t any facts to support it.
A new set of polls from Gallup show that President Obama is still looking good for re-election.
A new national poll suggests that moves to restrict the collective bargaining rights of public sector unions are not popular with the public at large: