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.

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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.

The Maryland governor has so far avoided being damaged by the unpopularity of President Trump, a fellow Republican.

Support for new gun-control laws has risen to levels higher than after the Newtown, Conn., school massacre in 2012, according to a new Washington Post-ABC News poll.

Two-thirds doubt a Trump-Kim meeting will lead North Korea to give up its nuclear weapons.

Nearly half say Trump has done “too little” to criticize Russia

The gap among registered voters is tightening as President Trump’s low approval rating inches up. Gun policy could be a wild card in House elections, the poll shows.

But more than half still disapprove of the president.

The results come as some allies of the president push for the president to cripple the inquiry, which Trump called ‘never ending and corrupt.’

But that support diminishes when people are asked to consider the well-worn arguments against it.

1 in 5 political rallygoers attended their first protest, rally or speech in the last two years, according to a Post-Kaiser survey

From Lewinsky to Zervos.

Americans largely see Mueller as conducting a fair investigation into 2016 Russian election interference.

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