A poll found a narrow majority of Marylanders say they would back the governor over the incumbent, Democratic Sen. Chris Van Hollen.

Gov. Larry Hogan (R) is battling Democratic legislative leaders over a costly education overhaul.

A quarter of undergraduate women at the schools reported nonconsensual sexual contact.

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New Post-Schar School poll finds support among Virginia voters for some Democratic priorities

Nearly half of Americans say the House should recommend that Trump be removed from office.

Favorable signs for Democrats in Washington Post-Schar School poll, but GOP could have turnout advantage.

But fewer than half say Northam should run for office again in Virginia.

Both surveys found movement among political independents, a critical group that has thus far opposed impeachment.

The vast majority of Americans are not surprised that President Trump encouraged the Ukrainian president to investigate former vice president Joe Biden’s son, and fewer than half see it as a “very se...

Recent national polling has shown the president trailing the top Democratic 2020 White House hopefuls.

Most Americans prefer magnet schools and other approaches.

“It’s like a dystopian novel: To grow up seeing the world fall apart around you, and knowing it’s going to be the fight of your lives to make people stop it.”

The vast majority of Americans say humans are fueling climate change, and many say President Trump should be doing more to tackle the problem.

A sizable gender gap, with women strongly favoring Democrats and men divided, shapes early election climate

The survey highlights how one of Trump’s central arguments for reelection — the strong U.S. economy — is beginning to show signs of potential turmoil.

New survey finds Americans rejecting other elements of Trump’s foreign policy worldview

Americans trust congressional Democrats over Trump to handle the nation’s gun laws, 51 percent to 36 percent, according to the poll.

Warren gains ground since July, Sanders holds steady and Biden benefits from perceptions of electability.

In a poll, a slim majority identifies slavery as the main cause of the Civil War.

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