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Two-thirds approve of the governor’s performance, but only 41 percent support him for a second term, the poll found.
There’s an interesting pattern to what Republicans kept and left out of their Obamacare replacement.
Casting a wider net carries political risks
Individual Americans’ assessments of the Trump presidency.
Early support is closely tied to Trump’s approval rating, but voters may be swayed by different arguments
The vast majority of polls were close to the result — but they tended to miss in one direction.
Forty percent of female Democrats say they will increase involvement in political causes, a new Washington Post poll shows. It has echoes of what gave birth to the tea party in 2009.
Recent polling finds Americans are hesitant to ease regulations or taxes on businesses.
How the economy looks may depend on how you’re registered.
Sixty-five percent of people who wanted Clinton to win the election say Trump’s victory has increased the amount of stress in their lives.