With a week and a half until the first votes are in, Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders are waging a stiff battle for the two kickoff contests.
By Robert Hutton and Margaret Talev, Bloomberg News (TNS) WASHINGTON — As Iowa voters prepare to kick off voting in the U.S. presidential nominating contests Feb. 1, an inquiry into the failure of Britain’s pollsters to predict last year’s election result is raising questions about the accuracy of surveys in the race to succeed Barack […]
Despite months of leading the Republican polls, Trump would fall short in a general election competition held today against Clinton, according to a recent poll.
Every time Donald Trump says something so outrageous that people are widely shocked and horrified — that’s when he’ll be going further up in the polls again.
Pollster: “You know, we were a little bit surprised — and I think a bit disturbed, too — at some of the results we found.”
Perhaps most pointedly, two different surveys show a majority of Americans opposed to taking in refugees, making the issue very lucrative for Republicans.
White evangelical Christians are well-positioned to have a strong say in early 2016 Republican primaries and caucuses, nut they could face trouble later in the campaign season, according to a new analysis.
It’s stunning to think about: Who would’ve ever thought that there just wasn’t a popular groundswell to elect the brother of the worst president in the last 100 years?
Clinton could be benefitting from successes at the Democratic debate and the arguably even more crucial 11-hour congressional hearing on Benghazi.
A study of voting systems in all 50 states recommended a series of steps that could be undertaken before voters cast their ballots in coming years.
Clinton leads Sanders nationally among Democrats by 8 points, 39 percent to 31 percent, her smallest cushion since the nominating battle began.
Joe Biden’s potential entry into the race is becoming more viable. The veep is gaining ground in national polls, as well as in the early primary states.
Call it the “Spinal Tap” debate — because it’s going up to 11 candidates, and you might need to get an actual spinal tap after watching it.
A new poll from Democratic-aligned Public Policy Polling shows a remarkable state of belief among Republican voters, about who exactly was or wasn’t born in America.
Ben Carson is emerging as the new alternative to Donald Trump in the key early caucus state of Iowa — bringing all the right-wing Tea Party appeal, but maybe with a more appealing, polite sort of style.