Half of voters don’t know whether to believe him or the women who accused him of sexual assault, a Quinnipiac poll found.

Most Democrats, one third of Republicans and Virginians under 40 say it should be legal under extreme circumstances.

A new Washington Post-Schar School poll finds that people trust Mueller’s version of the facts by a 56 percent to 33 percent margin.

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African Americans and Democrats say by wide margins that Gov. Ralph Northam should remain in office.

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A majority of Americans would “definitely” not vote for Trump if the election were held today, but Democrats have not come to a conclusion about who should challenge him.

A new Washington Post-ABC News survey finds that half of respondents express “just some” confidence or none at all that the forthcoming special counsel’s report will be evenhanded.

The findings in a new survey illustrate the political damage the president and his party have suffered in the fight for partial border wall funding.

Support for building a wall on the border has increased over the past year, although 54 percent of Americans still oppose the idea.

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Trump’s withdrawal poses a test for how far Republicans will follow his lead on foreign policy.

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Biden leads the pack of potential 2020 Democratic nominees, but does he have support from young people?

As Pelosi spends the week back on Capitol Hill trying to convince her colleagues to give her another run at being House speaker, fewer than one-quarter of self-identified Democrats say their party’s lawmakers should pick her.

Issue likely wouldn’t be on ballot before 2020.

An analysis of state and national surveys shows that errors were smaller than in the past.

This year’s swing was, in large part, due to independent women.

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