Gallup reveals that more voters see Trump as conservative than liberal, and that Republicans are three times as likely as to describe him as moderate
It should come as no surprise to anyone that Republican satisfaction with the election process is dropping like a rock
President Obama's approval rating has reached its highest level in three years. According to Gallup, President Obama's approval rating is now on par with Ronald Reagan's approval rating at the same point in their respective presidencies.
Gallup shows Barack Obama and HIllary Clinton are the man and woman most admired by Americans, both of them head and shoulders above Trump
Donald Trump is popular, he calls himself a Tea Partier, but the Tea Party is less popular today than ever before. What gives?
Gallup reveals that, ironically, Republicans rate the Roberts' court much more poorly than Democrats do.
Some Evangelicals are wiling to accommodate Trump, but Gallup shows religious people like Ted Cruz, and especially Ben Carson, even more
Our GOP Congress says people just don't like or approve of Obama, but he's the guy near 50 percent, while they're down to 14 percent approval
According to a new poll, President Obama's favorability rating has increased by four points to its highest level since 2013.
Fox News seems to want to wish away Hillary Clinton, but even their numbers cannot disguise that the public still approves of Hillary Clinton
A new survey from Gallup found that Democrats are slightly underwater with their party approval rating, but the Republican Party is on pace for the lowest election year approval rating ever.
Gallup found that the uninsured rate dropped 1.5% from the last quarter of 2013 to the first quarter of 2014. The ACA is working as the percentage of uninsured Americans has hit it's lowest point since 2008.
The GOP finds itself in trouble as Obama's popularity soars and their own plummets, and Obama's second term only promises more of the same
After Gallup released a poll showing Obama and Romney tied at 48% with battleground state women, the Obama campaign exposed a flaw in Gallup's likely voter methodology.
Mitt Romney heads into the first debate at a disadvantage with the middle class according to the results of the latest USA TodayGallup poll