Get your popcorn ready. Primary season is back.
A new poll shows the law has never been more unpopular. But it’s not on the tips of Americans’ tongues.
Congress isn’t even naming post offices at the rate it used to.
This is not a fringe issue.
On no other issue is the president polling so poorly. And it’s a striking turn of events.
Here’s what GOP leaders should be saying.
The ad from liberal donor Tom Steyer’s group is elaborate ... and confusing.
Post Politics's Aaron Blake discusses the latest in politics and campaigns live with readers.
An increasing number of Americans view immigrants writ large as a “burden.“
Two polls show a massive age gap in views of the conflict in Gaza. What does that mean long-term?
Red states love their dogs, while liberal states are much more cat-friendly.
History shows a president’s approval rating rarely rises from this point on.
Well, that’s one idea.
In defense of unorthodox polling questions.
Americans are getting more liberal on marijuana, but not on booze.
Democrats could very well lose the Senate but gain governor’s seats.
A new poll shows Americans don’t think any issue is particularly important right now.
His campaign still says this was an “unintentional mistake.” That’s really hard to believe.
Recent third-party candidacies have followed a similar arc.
Americans say they hate Congress. They won’t change it, though.
Aaron Blake covers national politics and writes regularly for The Fix, the Post’s top political blog. A Minnesota native and summa cum laude graduate of the University of Minnesota, Aaron has also written about politics for the Minneapolis Star-Tribune and The Hill newspaper. Aaron and his wife, Danielle, live in Annandale, Virginia.