Election Polls

Just 27%, meanwhile, support increasing the number of U.S. Supreme Court justices.
A majority in both parties favors a new stimulus bill, a HuffPost/YouGov poll finds.
Americans gave the last president positive marks for handling the swine flu — and, in retrospect, for the Affordable Care Act.
Voters' concerns about the Supreme Court and Judge Amy Coney Barrett still lag behind worries about the economy and the coronavirus.
Just 13% think doing so improved the nation's response to the outbreak, a new HuffPost/YouGov survey finds.
The woman walked into a polling place in Exeter wearing a “McCain Hero, Trump Zero” T-shirt but took it off after being told it violated electioneering rules.
Two new HuffPost/YouGov polls reveal what the viewers judged each party's message to be.
"We are among the significant number of evangelical Christians who will not vote for the president again,” Ryan and Katharine Hurlburt wrote in a powerful op-ed.
Still, major philosophical and strategic disagreements persist within the party, a new HuffPost/YouGov poll finds.
With the parties jettisoning tradition amid a national pandemic, the "convention bounce" could be another casualty.