A public opinion turnabout.
Which, when you think about it, makes sense.
Liberals' have pocketed a string of victories on gay marriage and health care reform this year, but a new Washington Post-ABC News poll finds a large majority of Americans are unhappy with where the nation is headed on social issues.
He has nearly twice the backing of his nearest rival, Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker, though support fell sharply after the mogul slammed Sen. John McCain’s war record.
Republicans are surprisingly supportive, but will it last?
Don't act surprised.
Sanders' receives lukewarm ratings from three key groups
The Univision poll underscores broad Hispanic support for Democrats.
Up to 57 percent.
A weird dichotomy.
Breaking down just how unliked Trump is.
Research has found racially prejudiced attitudes to be persistent among the youngest generation of white Americans
Beyond the hate crime in Charleston, a deeper issue exists in our society.
An explanation of key elements of the Post-Kaiser poll on college sexual assault.
Many embrace “no means no.” But America’s college students disagree on how to read the unspoken language of sex.
Twenty percent of young women who attended college during the past four years say they were sexually assaulted, according to a Washington Post-Kaiser Family Foundation poll. But the circle of victims on the nation’s campuses is probably even larger. Many others endured attempted attacks, the poll found, or suspect that someone violated them while they […]
The Post/Kaiser survey was conducted by phone with professionally trained interviewers.
Returning to pre-Obama turnout and voting numbers could cost Democrats millions of votes.