Republican U.S. Sen. Chuck Grassley’s lead over Democrat Mike Franken has narrowed to 3 percentage points with less than a month until Election Day, signaling Grassley’s toughest reelection fight in 40 years.
A new poll asks registered voters about a number of topics, including if they approve of Texas Gov. Greg Abbott and his border policies and …
New poll in Texas governor’s race shows Abbott is leading O’Rourke by 7 percentage points.
As Joe Biden’s job performance ratings continue to slide, the president Americans would most likely vote for in hypothetical matchups since the Reagan era is Barack Obama, according to a new survey. He was all personality,” Reagan biographer and presidential historian Craig Shirley told Newsweek, referring to Obama’s strong likability and Obamacare, arguably his one…
Innovative Research Group found that if an election were held today, 36% of decided voters would back Del Duca and the Liberals compared to 35% for Ford and the PC Party.
In a hypothetical 2024 rematch, former President Donald Trump leads President Joe Biden in Iowa by 11 percentage points, a new Des Moines Register/Mediacom Iowa Poll shows.
It might seem that video would be a singularly influential medium for spreading information online. But a new experiment conducted by MIT researchers finds that video clips have only a modestly larger impact on political persuasion than the written word does.
Existing empirical research on voters’ responses to individual politicians’ moral transgressions pays limited attention to moral emotions, although moral emotions are an integral part of voters’ moral judgment.
But these disparities are as diverse as people of color themselves, who differ appreciably in how they arrived to the United States, how they are treated by American society and what political priorities they hold.
COVID-19 and Elections Wave 2 — Findings from the TargetSmart + Dynata National Voter Insights Study
Though concern about the coronavirus seems to both be abating slightly and becoming more polarized by partisanship in recent weeks, American voters are souring on President Trump’s handling of the crisis and coalescing around the idea that we will not be getting back to normal life any time soon. At the same time, despite Trump’s…