While 61% of Americans overall say they trust the results of the 2020 presidential election, Republicans appear to be taking their cue from President Trump in not accepting the result.
An NPR/PBS NewsHour/Marist poll finds that socialism is unpopular with voters overall, even as Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders is gaining in the Democratic primary.
By a 49%-42% margin, Americans disapprove of how President Trump has handled the crisis with Iran, reflecting the number of people who disapprove of the job he's doing overall.
Democrats and Democratic-leaning independents say they prefer former Vice President Joe Biden and Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders over the rest of the Democratic field just ahead of Sen. Elizabeth Warren.
Independents at this point say they are not on board with the impeachment inquiry. But with more revelations coming out, the pollsters warn, that could change.
Seventy-five percent of Democratic voters now say they have a favorable impression of Elizabeth Warren, a new NPR/PBS NewsHour/Marist poll finds. Joe Biden is a close second among Democrats.
Democrats and Republicans agree that Congress should tighten gun laws by passing universal background checks and red flag laws and require gun licenses as well as increase funding for mental health.
After former special counsel Robert Mueller spoke publicly, the number of Americans in favor of the proceedings ticked up. But it's still less than a quarter; 39% don't want any further action.
Fewer than one in five believe that the attorney general's four-page summary of special counsel Robert Mueller's report is enough. Half the country says it's satisfied with Mueller's investigation.