The latest news on polls
Party members worry that Obama could drag them down in 2014.
Republican Chris Christie performs best against Democrats, according to new poll.
As technology moves forward, so too must the way people gather information about public opinion.
The majority of Americans don't want their life disrupted, and if threatened, they want someone else to pay for it.
For the first time, a national survey finds most Americans feel threatened by government.
The usually reliable polling outfit did not use a fairly worded question when asking about support for raising taxes.
The Romney campaign was shocked it lost because it chose to believe its own spokespeople, not the facts.
Reports from swing states show irregularities with the voting process both before and on Election Day.
More people said they were paying closer attention to the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy than the Election.
The president's handling of Superstorm Sandy affords him biggest poll uptick since Bin Laden's killing.