The latest news on polls
Investors are not buying into McCain’s polling parity with the Democrats.
Going forward, state demographics could matter more to primary results than campaigning.
New polls show Clinton could still win the popular vote while Obama takes the delegate count.
This cycle, the campaigns must focus on a new key demographic in order to win the White House.
President Bush is spending the weekend at his Texas ranch. But there's no escape from bad news in the ratings department.
Polls show a McCain-Rice ticket beating a Clinton-Obama or Obama-Clinton ticket in New York.
A new Pew survey seems to blame GOP-ers and Dems alike.
Recent polling suggests my projections are no longer realistic.
New figures from the U.S. Department of Labor show that 80,000 jobs were lost in March — making it the worst single-month job hemorrhaging in five years. The national unemployment rate rose from 4.8 to 5.1 percent. Both figures were worse than the original estimates.
Polling suggests that the next president, Democrat or Republican, may lift sagging views of America.