A new Quinnipiac University poll of Ohio found that Donald Trump's approval rating is upside down, Democrats are leading key midterm races and healthcare is the top issue on the voters' minds.
Ohio is moving strongly towards Hillary Clinton as a new poll shows the Democratic nominee leading Donald Trump.
Republicans insist Hillary Clinton has given up on Ohio, but new polls show her surging in the Buckeye State.
Sean Colarossi currently resides in Cleveland, Ohio. He earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in Journalism from the University of Massachusetts Amherst and was an organizing fellow for both of President Obama’s presidential campaigns. He also worked with Planned Parenthood as an Affordable Care Act Outreach Organizer in 2014, helping northeast Ohio residents obtain health insurance coverage.
With each new poll, the worst nightmare of the Republican Party is coming to closer to reality, as the latest poll of Ohio shows Hillary Clinton holding a two-point lead over Donald Trump.
As Donald Trump drowns in an endlessly bad news cycle, a new batch of swing state polls just made Hillary Clinton's good day even better.
A new poll shows that not even having the Republican convention in Cleveland can get Donald Trump a lead over Hillary Clinton in Ohio.
A new swing state poll shows Hillary Clinton comfortably leading Donald Trump in Florida, North Carolina, Ohio, and Virginia.
The media has hopped all over three new Quinnipiac University polls showing Trump leading Clinton in Pennsylvania and Florida, but the problem is that Quinnipiac is rigging their polls for the best possible Trump outcome.
There is a consistent trend developing in state level polls of a significant number of Republicans saying that they will vote for Hillary Clinton in November if Donald Trump is the Republican presidential nominee.
Republicans should be shaking in their shoes after a new poll of Ohio found that 10% of the state's Republicans will vote for Hillary Clinton if Donald Trump is the Republican presidential nominee.
Two new polls of Ohio and Pennsylvania revealed that voters are outraged over the Republican plan to block President Obama's Supreme Court nominee. The anger is so strong that it could cost the GOP incumbent Senate seats in both states.
A new PPP poll confirms that the race for governor in Ohio is a dead heat. Republican Gov. John Kasich leads Democrat Ed FitzGerald by a single point 45%-44%.
From New Hampshire to Colorado, President Obama leads Mitt Romney in 14 of the 16 battleground state polls released today.
The latest Quinnipiac polls of Florida and Ohio show support for President Obama surging in each state. Obama gained 4 points of support in Ohio, and 6 points in Florida over the past month.
A comparison of recent polls in Ohio, Michigan, and Virginia with 2008 polling shows that voters who supported President Obama last time are starting to come back home to him in 2012.