Dissatisfaction with Obama's performance has given Republicans an opening.
Here's what the data shows on what issues clergy speak about most.
These are the worst ratings on race relations in over two decades.
From 11 percent support in 1988 to a majority 25 years later.
A Washington Post-ABC News survey finds 61 percent of Americans approve of same-sex nuptials.
Survey finds a surprisingly low level of Catholic identity.
A rare survey tests the popularity of Cuba's current and former leaders.
Most expect economic change at home, but also hope to leave the country.
A rare public survey shows unhappiness with the country’s system, and many want to leave.
How the poll was carried out, and confidentiality assured, without official authorization.
Surprising research shows that the Millennial generation shares many of the biases Baby Boomers did
A new survey finds that all candidates have image problems as they begin to court voters.
According to a new Post-ABC poll, 59 percent of Americans support a deal but they aren’t confident it will prevent Iran from developing nuclear weapons.
Home state swings are real, but the idea of swinging presidencies is more fantasy
Likud's comfortable win wasn't expected.
Republicans are courting middle-class voters. Their new budget won't help much.
Gauging where the public stands on Oklahoma students' expulsion will be difficult
Just 17 percent were following story "very closely."
But millennials’ looser ties to religious groups mean this trend could change.
Two groups stand out for opposition