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.

Obama's popularity has surged in the home stretch.

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

In Washington Post-ABC News poll, 66 percent of those surveyed were opposed to a plan that would grant tax credits to investors who put their money into roads, bridges and transit in return for the right to impose tolls.

In a Post-ABC poll, Americans expressed optimism about his ability to boost the economy and fight terrorism, but they are less confident on other issues.

And a majority still want to see his tax returns.

More than the president-elect seems to think they do, according to recent polls.

Officers say controversial deaths in police encounters are isolated incidents

What Americans think about key issues where the Obama and (incoming) Trump Justice Departments are at odds.

The vast majority of polls were close to the result — but they tended to miss in one direction.

Democrats are more critical after reports that Russia tried to aid Trump’s victory.

And 6 in 10 day say doctors aren’t helping them figure out how to quit.

The survey was carried out a few weeks after the election of Donald Trump.

Only 29% of Americans said the president-elect should pursue his agenda without compromising with Democrats.

Nonwhites and women who supported Clinton are most likely to resist accepting Trump's election

The vast majority of polls were close to the result — but they tended to miss in one direction.

A number of results upended expectations.

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As polls closed nationwide Tuesday night, see how voters from different backgrounds across the nation cast their ballots.

Republican nominee did better than Mitt Romney had in many red counties.

Here's what the exits will tell us — and what they won't.

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