Election Polls

The New York Times/Siena College survey showed that 47% of respondents "strongly disapprove" of President Joe Biden's handling of his job.
“It’s overreacting to say I told him to drop out,” the Democratic strategist told Politico.
Is it good news for Democrats? No. Is it worth freaking out over? Also no.
Rasmussen Reports is polling — and pushing — election denialism and COVID-19 vaccine skepticism. Can they still be the Walmart of pollsters?
The CNN host repeated an adjective that no incumbent would not want to hear even once about their popularity.
Changing minds about Donald Trump is hard. Voters think that the indictment in New York is both warranted and political.
The findings indicate that concerns about protecting democracy helped Democrats beat expectations in November’s elections.
A new poll shows plenty of nuance in Americans’ feelings about abortion.
"I want you to know that we are going to be OK,” the president said, announcing measures to address high costs at the store and the pump.
The president was responding to a question about how he plans to win back independents who voted for him in 2020 but aren't happy with him now.