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.

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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.

Not since the Brady Bill passed in 1993 has Gallup found this much support for stricter firearm laws

Nearly three-quarters of teens and young adults play or watch online multiplayer or competitive video games

Friendships, and even marriages, spawn on-screen from video games. And it’s not at all rare, according to the findings of a poll conducted by The Washington Post and the University of Massachusetts Lowell.

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While the survey illustrates the differences in the country over how to respond to gun violence, it also highlights the intense frustration with the lack of any policy response coming out of Washington despite a series of horrific shootings in recent years.

Democrats more likely to say 2018 is an especially important year to vote

A 2014 poll suggests what Facebook might find from its own user surveys.

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