Not since the Brady Bill passed in 1993 has Gallup found this much support for stricter firearm laws

Nearly three-quarters of teens and young adults play or watch online multiplayer or competitive video games

Friendships, and even marriages, spawn on-screen from video games. And it’s not at all rare, according to the findings of a poll conducted by The Washington Post and the University of Massachusetts Lowell.

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While the survey illustrates the differences in the country over how to respond to gun violence, it also highlights the intense frustration with the lack of any policy response coming out of Washington despite a series of horrific shootings in recent years.

Democrats more likely to say 2018 is an especially important year to vote

A 2014 poll suggests what Facebook might find from its own user surveys.

A new record percentage of Americans say workplace sexual harassment of women is a serious problem.

This worry comes as Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un continue to provoke each other on Twitter.

Government shutdown and rising economic optimism could shuffle preferences before November elections.

A one-year report card shows judgments of the president are disconnected from views about the economy.

Independents say Trump and Republicans are more responsible for situation.

A statewide survey shows the Republican with his highest rating yet as he begins the fourth year of his term.

Exit pollsters say rumors of their imminent demise have been exaggerated.

A look back at the ups and downs of public opinion in 2017.

A look back at the ups and downs for public opinion in 2017.

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See how different groups voted in the U.S. senator election in Alabama between Roy Moore and Doug Jones.

See how different groups voted in the special election for U.S. Senate in Alabama between Republican Roy Moore and Democrat Doug Jones. The poll was conducted by Edison Research for the National...

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Increasingly, political party is part of our identities.

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