Republicans and Democrats expressed differing views about the tea party's future. Forty-six percent of Republicans said the
The survey, released Thursday, found 41 percent of registered Republicans and Republican-leaning independents saying they
Unfavorable ratings for both the Republican Party and the tea party have ticked up to record highs, according to a CNN/ORC poll released Tuesday evening.
House Speaker John Boehner's (Ohio) unfavorable rating is at 55 percent, up from 48 percent just before the shutdown, while
The Pew poll surveyed 1,504 Americans by phone between Oct. 9 and Oct. 13. A Gallup poll released just before the start of
"U.S. support for the Tea Party is at a low ebb at a time when key issues of concern for the movement -- funding for the
Many of the Senate challengers with Tea Party backing were defeated in 2012, and the movement suffered another PR blow after
Just 28 percent of Americans hold favorable views of the tea party, an all-time low in the 19 months that CNN/ORC pollsters
A CNN/Opinion Research Corporation survey released Wednesday indicates that 32 percent of the public has a favorable view
Fifty-two percent of respondents also said that "compared to the size of their group, lesbians and gays have too much political