The president said Fox News polls are "lousy" and they ought to find a new pollster, despite tweeting about a more favorable poll in July.
It's tough to poll a race when nobody's exactly sure who is running.
The Virginia governor has so far refused to heed calls for his resignation.
Generations past and present weigh in on everything from hitchhikers to financial windfalls to the honesty of Congress.
After a bruising 2016, the polling industry wants to restore the public's trust and reset expectations.
Never forget that polls aren't perfect.
Half of the public doesn't have an opinion on the embattled EPA administrator.
Obama's job approval polling average is now once again "above water" -- defined as more people who approve of the job he's doing than disapprove. This might not sound all that momentous, but it is actually the first time in almost three years that it has happened.
President Obama just had a very good month in the polls. Not spectacular, mind you, but still better than any month since January of 2015. Essentially, Obama regained the job approval polling ground he lost over the previous two or three months.
What July will bring is anyone's guess, in other words. Obama wound up down for the month when the monthly averages were calculated, but they could very easily go right back up again in July.