Donald Trump wields an enormous amount of power over the Republican party. The power doesn’t stem from his ability as a politician or his oration abilities. The GOP cedes power to Donald Trump because his supporters are incredibly fervent.
The Republicans have been walking quite a tightrope since the 2020 election. Donald Trump’s loss, of course, was due to cheating. There was no irregularity, though, in places where Republicans won their races.
Trump has lost four more points of support in the past week and has fallen nine points behind Joe Biden, 46%-37%.
A new MSN poll has found that national support for removing Donald Trump from office has hit a record high of 55% with the American people.
A new poll reveals that more than half of all senior voters (53%) say that they definitely will not vote for Trump in 2020.
A new Suffolk University poll has found 55% of Americans trust Robert Mueller's investigation and just 35% trust Trump's claims of a witch hunt.
Republicans thought that they could make the midterm election about Democratic House leader Rep. Nancy Pelosi, but a new CNN poll reveals that the GOP has wasted tens of millions of dollars, as voters don't consider Pelosi to be a factor in their votes.
By a 20 point margin, Americans blame President Trump and Republicans rather than Democrats for the looming possible shutdown.
The poll Trump bragged about on Thursday shows that 53 percent of the country thinks he hasn't done a good job.
Americans will sit down next week for what has become a holiday tradition in the United States: tiptoeing through a turkey dinner without mentioning the president.
When U.S. Senate Republicans unveil their plan to overhaul America's healthcare system, they will face a skeptical public that already does not buy the justification for an earlier version that passed the House of Representatives, according to a Reuters/Ipsos poll released on Wednesday.
Hillary Clinton's lead is growing nationally, as new Fairleigh Dickinson University PublicMind poll found Clinton leading Trump 46%-36%.
It's been a rough week for Donald Trump, and it's beginning to register in the polling data.
The survey is the latest sign that public opinion is beginning to shift back in Clinton's favor during a critical moment in the campaign.
It's clear that the race hasn't changed all that much, despite cable news punditry and left-leaning bed-wetters.
The American people appear to be finally appreciating Obama as the President's job approval rating has jumped to 55%.
For the first time in Gallup's history, the Republican Party's convention made voters less likely to support Donald Trump.
The Republican fantasy that Donald Trump could turn Pennsylvania blue was punched in the gut by a new poll that showed Hillary Clinton leading by nine points in the Keystone State.
Two national surveys out Thursday show Trump continuing to lose badly to Clinton. Sad!
Bernie Sanders is making gains with women and minorities as Hillary Clinton's national lead has been shaved to two points (50%-48%) in the Democratic primary.