Surprising some, nearly 4 in 10 parents see corruption as a problem in school systems.

Poll shows Democrats holding a double-digit lead in voting preferences for the House, even as President Trump’s approval rate rises.

The Washington Post-ABC News poll also shows that a narrow majority says congressional investigation of the new justice should not end with his elevation to the court.

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There are signs that at the very least, youth voter turnout will exceed 2014’s rock-bottom 16 percent figure.

Even those in the D.C. suburbs who would benefit most dislike the strategy for widening the Beltway, I-270 and B-W Parkway.

9 percentage points separate Frosh and Republican Craig Wolf in a new Gonzales poll.

Marylanders back the incumbent GOP governor on key issues, including health care and education.

In one of the toughest House races in the country, voters say President Trump is the most important factor influencing their choice, and his approval rating is just 35 percent there.

The unique survey offers a look at 69 battleground districts

Most of the battleground districts are now in GOP hands and their vote went heavily for Republicans in 2016.

Key elements of Trump’s “America First” approach are rejected by many Americans.

Republican governor ahead of challenger by 22 points, with considerable Democratic support.

Since the massive Pennsylvania grand jury report and an archbishop's letter claiming that the pope knew about harassment, Francis's popularity has been diminishing.

Democrat Ben Jealous wants universal health care, legalized marijuana and $15 minimum wage — all popular in Maryland.

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Hurricane Maria: Puerto Ricans say all levels of government failed them after devastating storm

Absent from the debate over recovery efforts, or the lack thereof, was a representative picture of how Puerto Rican residents see their country.

Don’t expect pinpoint accuracy, but surveys can still tell quite a lot about the mood of voters.

A new Washington Post-ABC News poll finds Americans split over whether President Trump’s second nominee to the Supreme Court should be confirmed by the Senate.

But majorities say that both Democrats and Republicans are out of touch with Americans.

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