A Washington Post-ABC News poll shows that women of color have steadfastly remained in Hillary Clinton's corner.

People don't love Hillary Clinton. But for now, she's good enough for Democrats.

Republican support for the nuclear agreement has eroded dramatically.

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Dig into all the numbers in our polls, look at demographic groups and examine trends over time.

An early look at the "guilt by association" theory

Examining Scott Walker's claim that his position is in line with "everyday America"

A new Washington Post poll shows how the burden of tending to children is shaping careers.

41 percent of people don't believe slavery was the main cause of the war.

How economic angst explains The Donald.

Polls find whites and blacks are changing their views.

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.

In short: Doing their homework.

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