Tag: public policy polling
A week ago, 35 percent of Americans wanted to impeach President Trump. A new poll has a higher number backing impeachment.
A new national poll taken after the conclusion of the Democratic National Convention has Hillary Clinton back on top in her race with Donald Trump.
Voters, get this, Senate Republicans, trust Barack Obama more than Donald Trump to fill the vacancy on the Supreme Court.
You hear pols talk from time to time about so-called Real Virginia, the part south and west of what we consider Northern Virginia, the extended D.C. suburbs and exurbs.
Remember ol’ Jim Webb, Jim Gilmore, Eric Cantor, Ken Cuccinelli? Of course you do; you once voted them into public office.
Virginia Republican voters don’t know who they want to run for governor next year, and voters in general are undecided on who should win in the fall race.
A new poll of Virginia voters has the presidential race between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump too close for comfort for either side.
A new poll of Virginia voters show broad, strong support for a variety of gun control measures.
Half of North Carolina voters back the repeal of the controversial HB2 bill that codifies discrimination against LGBTs, women and religious groups.
John McCain could be in serious trouble in Arizona, facing a tough Republican primary and more uncertainty in the general if he survives the spring.
The NFL tops the list of favorite American sports, but new poll numbers could signal trouble for the future of pro football.
Republicans would love Obamacare to be a campaign issue this fall. They will be disappointed.
Remember when Paul Ryan was the Boy Wonder of the Republican Party? It ain’t 2012, or even late 2015, anymore.
Progressives assume that Donald Trump is going to lose in November, no matter what. New numbers from Public Policy Polling suggest otherwise.
Bernie Sanders has leads in just two of the 12 states with Democratic Party presidential primaries March 1-8, showing the strength of the Hillary Clinton firewall.
Americans’ loyalties are pretty much evenly divided this Super Bowl Sunday, according to numbers from Public Policy Polling.
Several polls have Bernie Sanders with a big lead on Hillary Clinton in New Hampshire, but nationally the Democratic race still appears to be Clinton’s to lose.
The inevitability of Donald Trump is eroding fast in the wake of the billionaire’s second-place finish in the Iowa Republican caucus.
With Iowa ready to head to the polls on Monday, Donald Trump has a clear lead among Republican voters in the all-important first balloting of the 2016 election season.
Hillary Clinton has a solid lead nationally, but a new New Hampshire poll has her up just three points on Bernie Sanders.
More polls have Republican frontrunner Donald Trump trailing in Iowa, but a new Public Policy Polling survey in New Hampshire has the billionaire leading big there.
Good news: more of you think the notion pushed by the right that there is a War on Christmas is nonsense.
We’re still two months out from the first votes being cast for the presidential nomination, so with Thanksgiving upon us, it makes sense to put our pollsters to work asking the real important question of the day: what’s for dinner?
Public Policy Polling asked voters this week their thoughts on which presidential candidate would be most likely to say something stupid at the Thanksgiving dinner table. Your best guess as to who gets that nod.
The latest Public Policy Polling national voter survey has Donald Trump with a seven-point lead on Ben Carson among Republican voters.