Three quarters of Americans say that polls are biased.
Reality Check: Has Twitter truly made polling obsolete in predicting elections?
Two things are true. 1) Mitch McConnell is not as vulnerable as this poll might suggest. 2) It's definitely not a push poll.
Pew Research Center polling shows the public has more confidence in President Obama to deal with the budget deficit than it does in Republican congressional leaders.
House Budget Chairman Paul Ryan's new budget blueprint will promote repealing President Obama's health care law. That's not going to happen, even as a substantial portion of the public wants it gone.
Recent polling has shown a few troubling signs for the president and his top advisers. But it's simply too early to hit the panic button.
What a Kirsten Dunst movie has in common with the way many Americans feel about sequestration.
Also, brussels sprouts are WAY more popular than Congress.
The debate over increasing tax revenue has persisted in the weeks following the deal to avert the "fiscal cliff." That's good and bad news for both Republicans and Democrats.