According to a new poll, a majority of Republicans who are earning less than $30,000 a year want government ensured health care, which means that they voted for the wrong candidate if they supported Donald Trump.
One chart from Pew Research has revealed something very interesting about the 2016 presidential election. Hillary Clinton is very quietly mobilizing and marching an army of Democratic voters to the polls.
A new Pew Research Poll found that the Republican Party's unfavorable rating had risen to its highest level since 1992.
From 2009 to 2014, 140,000 more Mexican nationals left the United States than the number who entered.
Only 32% of Americans have a favorable impression of the Republican Party, while after 6 months of raving lunacy, 60% have an unfavorable view
Before perusing the one-time "world's leading democracy" and its truly pathetic voter turnout record, it is worth looking back at comments from Senator Bernie Sanders that he recorded for posterity nearly ten years ago.
Pew Research dug deep into the long term trends on party affiliation and found that more demographic groups lean Democratic than Republican, and more Americans lean towards supporting Democrats.
Despite spending years attacking the character of President Obama and the Democrats, a new Pew Research Center survey found that the American people trust Democrats more than Republicans 41%-31%.
The political and media firestorm about Richard Cohen's recent column, as typical, missed the real issues.
The hearings on Syria did not answer every reasonable question about a possible U.S. punitive strike, but they exposed some questions as unreasonable.
A new Pew Research Center survey of registered voters found that 59% think President Obama will defeat Mitt Romney, and 68% believe he would beat Rick Santorum.