Unfavorability ratings for Democrat Ben Jealous spiked during post-primary GOP attacks.

There's little sign of a youth turnout wave on the horizon.

But findings showed that the reaction nationally is more muted than the criticism he has received from Democrats and some Republicans in Washington.

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Polls show both Republicans and Americans overall were skeptical of Russia. Some of those attitudes are changing.

Trump has sturdier political footing in the next stage of the immigration debate.

But a Post-Schar School poll finds that advantage is smaller in battleground districts.

Trump's tariffs are hitting areas that voted for the president the hardest, but so far support remains strong for Trump in these places. Even many farmers say they are sticking with him -- for now, but they warn it could be a different story by Christmas.

Americans are nearly split over the Mueller probe.

But they pick Trump over Democrats to deal with the issue of border security, especially in battleground congressional districts.

Americans are less proud of their country and the way its democracy works, but it's not all bad.

Democratic challenger state Sen. Jennifer Wexton has a 10-point lead over Comstock, new poll finds.

A recent Post-U-Md. poll finds that roughly 3 in 10 Maryland Democratic registered voters would be "uncomfortable" if their party made a significant effort to win support from Trump voters.

Since a Washington Post-University of Maryland poll last week, two other surveys have been published.

Positive marks for GOP governor on economy, transportation keep him popular in blue state, Washington Post-U.-Md. poll finds.

Nearly 4 in 10 Democratic voters are undecided three weeks before Maryland’s gubernatorial primary.

And the lessons poll watchers can learn heading into the 2018 midterms.

Player protests draw persistently passionate reactions from Americans

Republicans are far more likely than Democrats to say today’s protesters are more violent and extreme in comparison with demonstrators during the late 1960s.

Still, a majority says the investigation should carry on.

A new study also found that there are deep partisan divisions on whether Trump respects the country's democratic institutions.

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