An ABC News/Washington Post survey released Sunday said 96 percent of Trump supporters remained in his camp, compared with 85 percent of Hillary Clinton backers who said they would still support their candidate. Even as Trump held onto his supporters, he remained unpopular among the larger electorate. He was the first president going back to Harry S. Truman with a negative job approval rating early in his administration, according to ABC/Post and Gallup polling.
Trump needs to defend his ego from every slight and sees criticism as a threat to his identity. But it’s his personal cruelty that should most terrify voters.
Texas Sen. Ted Cruz is poised to absorb Donald Trump’s supporters when the billionaire exits the race for the GOP presidential nomination, according to one of the campaign’s most common narratives.
People for Bernie, a grassroots organization supporting Sen. Bernie Sanders, hopes to give the candidate an edge in his bid for the 2016 Democratic nomination for president.
Can the GOP presidential hopefuls find the right foreign policy stance while pivoting away from the failures of the Iraq war?
Hillary would “go even further” on immigration policy than Obama while Jeb Bush is deferential, willing to “lose the primary to win the general.”
Jeb Bush’s standing among potential republican voters falls in Iowa as Scott Walker and his fellow nascent nominees rise in the polls.
Hillary brings her presidential campaign back to Iowa where she plans to listen to voters rather than just talk at them this time around.