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.
Only 12 percent of Americans view McCarthy favorably, while 38 percent hold an unfavorable opinion of the California Congressman.
Jeb Bush is tied for sixth place in Iowa with Mike Huckabee at a weak 6 percent of the vote in the GOP field.
A Public Policy Polling (PPP) survey has Sanders leading Clinton 42 to 35 percent in New Hampshire.
A new poll from PPP reveals that Bernie Sanders is gaining ground on Hillary Clinton in North Carolina.
A new poll from Public Policy Polling shows President Obama leading Mitt Romney 51%-46%.
An advanced look at a survey of California done by Public Policy Polling revealed that while Prop 19 is not the top reason why people are voting this year, it is inspiring young people to vote. 34% of those who described themselves as enthusiastic about voting for 19 are under age 30, and 64% are under age 45. These younger voters also favor Democrats Barbara Boxer and Jerry Brown by 34 and 36 points each.
A Public Policy Polling survey done of Alaskan voters in the Republican senatorial primaries, where Joe Miller appears to be winning in a surprising upset over incumbent Lisa Murkowski reveals that 59% percent of Alaskan voters weren’t moved by Palin’s endorsement.