President Trump closed the week with his highest favorability rating since mid-June of last year while the finger-pointing continues over the latest school massacre.[...]
Like many other Americans this week, I have been impressed with the poise, passion and guts of the Florida teenagers who survived the latest big school shooting, as well as that of their student allies in other cities who walked out of class, took to the streets and/or confronted government [...]
Most Americans look with favor on the Rev. Billy Graham, the longtime Southern Baptist evangelist and spiritual counselor to several presidents, who died earlier this week.
The latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone and online survey finds that 58% of American Adults share a favorable view of Graham, with 32% who regard [...]
The Rasmussen Reports daily Presidential Tracking Poll for Friday shows that 50% of Likely U.S. Voters approve of President Trump's job performance. Forty-nine percent (49%) disapprove.
"Study: 90 Percent Of Americans Strongly Opposed To Each Other." That's the headline on a story in what, on some days, seems to be America's most reliable news outlet, The Onion.[...]
Here are the highlights of PPP's first public national poll of the year:
Democrats have a solid 49-41 lead on the generic Congressional ballot, although that's down a shade from December when it was 51-40. Beyond their overall lead, they're also benefiting from an enthusiasm advantage- 65% of Clinton voters [...]
PPP's newest North Carolina poll finds that Democrats lead the generic legislative ballot 46-41 for this fall. Among voters who are ‘very excited' about voting in this year's election- which could be a low turnout affair with no Senate or Gubernatorial race at the top of the ballot- the Democratic [...]
A new Public Policy Polling survey of Missouri voters finds that Claire McCaskill leads Republican challenger Josh Hawley 45-44 for reelection. The political climate in Missouri has shifted in a number of ways since 2016 that greatly improve McCaskill's reelection chances:
-Voters in the state are almost evenly divided now on [...]
A new Public Policy Polling survey of Minnesota voters finds that a majority don't think Al Franken should resign from the US Senate, and that he remains popular in the state, particularly with women. Key findings from the survey include:
-50% of voters think he should not resign, to only 42% [...]