The New York City mayoral race is getting tighter at the top as the list of candidates thins down in the lead up to the September primary, according a series of polls released last week from NBC/Marist/Wall Street Journal and Quinnipiac.
While a majority of Americans say they are following the recent IRS scandal and ongoing investigations into Benghazi, they are paying less attention than usual to these stories, according to a new poll from Gallup.
President Obama’s approval rating is back above 50 percent, after falling below that benchmark in March. While the president’s numbers are recovering, they are still below his high of 55 percent shortly after his reelection last year.
Elizabeth Colbert Busch now trails Mark Sanford by a single point a day before the special House election in South Carolina tomorrow.
A new poll from Quinnipiac University shows 65 percent of Democrats would vote for Hillary Clinton if a presidential election was held today.
More than two-thirds of African Americans support immigration reform, despite some fears that immigrant labor depresses wages for U.S. workers, according to a new poll.
The bombing of the Boston Marathon was the first successful terrorist attack on U.S. soil since 9/11, and American seem to be getting tougher.
The internet currency Bitcoin is growing in popularity and notoriety, even if its value is unsteady.
More Hispanics support same-sex marriage than oppose it, according to a new poll by the Wall Street Journal, NBC News and Telemundo.
A new Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll shows a majority of American support the “path to citizenship” outlined in the bipartisan immigration reform bill presented in the Senate today.
A new poll by the Pew Research Center shows a majority of Americans now support the legalization of marijuana. This is the first time in 40 years of polling that more than half of American have been in favor of legalization.
A new Marist College poll shows support for new gun control measures still high, even though political will has been dropping steadily.
President Obama has long enjoyed the confidence of the American public when it comes to the economy, at least when his ratings are compared to those of Congressional Republicans.
A new CBS News/New York Times poll shows 51 percent of Americans approve of the job President Obama is doing.
As many as 40 million Hispanic voters could be eligible to vote in 18 years