A poll director said fears that Roe v. Wade will be gutted have "jolted" a larger segment of Americans into "identifying with the pro-choice side" of the issue.
The president has lost support even from his traditional backers: White voters, those without a college degree, and seniors, according to a new Gallup poll.
Gallup has been tracking the favorability of unions for decades, and it's been steadily rising since the recession ended.
One of the new polls, conducted by Fox News, put the gun group's numbers in the red for the first time in nearly two decades.
Even Americans who identify with a specific religion aren’t necessarily choosing to join a church, synagogue or mosque.
Former President Barack Obama was voted most admired man for the 11th consecutive year.
The Gallup poll was conducted last week, before public outcry over the president's "zero tolerance" immigration policy.
Even older Catholics, who are typically more religiously committed, have stopped going to church as often.
For the 22nd time, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is the most admired woman.