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.

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

The fight for control of Congress came down to only a few competitive races, including Virginia’s 10th District. A new poll gave insight into what voters here were thinking.

The fight for control of the House came down to the outcomes of a few key races Tuesday. he Washington Post and Schar School of Policy and Government at George Mason University polled voters in those...

In a pre-election poll, voters who were only leaning toward one party differed from those who were "definitely" backing a candidate in one key reason for their support.

The Washington Post-ABC News poll also finds President Trump’s popularity low but holding steady as Election Day nears.

Almost 7 in 10 voters say reducing political divisions between people and groups in this country is an important issue in their midterm vote.

Incumbent Republican might not benefit from cross-party votes, results suggest.

Reluctance to complete the survey has increased as controversy has swirled around the decennial count.

In a volatile election year, support for Republicans and Democrats has remained remarkably stable.

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