The latest news on polls
Polling suggests that the next president, Democrat or Republican, may lift sagging views of America.
The everyone-needs-to-vote pitch plays well. And pay no heed to the Democrats-are-hopelessly-split talk.
On most issues except immigration, Hispanic voters largely echo the views of whites, black, and Asians in a new poll from Synovate Research.
A poll in California shows more voters have a positive view of Obama despite Clinton's win in the state
Since Wright's remarks, Clinton has gained ground in the primary race.
Most Republican voters say the nation's health system beats others'. Many Dems and independents disagree.
At the "Take Back America" conference, attendees are unsure of what roll the superdelegates should play
White House strategists feel a new rush of optimism about Bush's remaining 10 months in office.
White House officials have a new theory about why President Bush's job approval ratings are so low—the media keep harping on it so much that it's become a self-fulfilling analysis.
New survey shows Americans think the press is out of touch.