Election Polls

The president scoffed at several mainstream media polls showing that nearly half of Americans support his ouster.
Just 14% think it's very likely he would be impeached and forced out, a new HuffPost/YouGov survey finds.
There's a lot at stake in the debate over how to pay for "Medicare for All."
On race, immigration, impeachment and other issues, white evangelicals continue to be at odds with most other American religious groups.
The network released a poll showing 51% of registered voters favor impeachment proceedings against him.
Civil rights groups say voters in a Georgia city will be intimidated from casting a ballot if they have to go to the police station to do so.
Here's the latest on polling on Trump, Ukraine, and impeachment — and why measuring public opinion about it all is so complicated.
Most Americans want the U.S. to take a global leadership role on climate change, but only about a quarter think the country is doing so.
Joe Biden still leads in the polls, and last week's debate doesn't look like a game-changer. But new surveys offer other good news for Warren.
The results are a boon to Democratic candidates Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren and Cory Booker ahead of CNN's marathon of climate crisis town halls.
Howard Kurtz said the outlet's latest survey, which shows the president trailing four Democratic candidates in 2020, is "very much in line" with others.
A progressive think tank’s results conflict with other major surveys — but its poll also asks a more accurate question.
The party's self-described liberals are growing in rank, but a new poll finds no evidence that people see the party as becoming more radical.
It's one of several attacks Trump has waged against the outlet and its polling, which has shown the former vice president ahead.
A roughly equal share of his opponents disagree.
Joe Biden's electability edge has eroded as Democratic voters see new options for taking on Trump, a new HuffPost/YouGov poll shows.
Beware of reader polls or focus groups that tell you otherwise.
Just 11% of Americans said they'd heard a lot about E. Jean Carroll's allegation against him, a new poll finds.
Is support for impeachment at 27% or 50%? Depends on how you ask.