The survey polled people living in Britain. Chrissy Teigen said she would "cry of laughter" watching the responders play against the tennis superstar.
Here's what the former president's legacy might mean for 2020.
A slew of new polls show little consensus on the report's findings, but a lot of support for its full release.
Americans' views about White House wrongdoing have changed little since last summer.
Apparently, it’s all about the meat.
"I've been through what she went through," one woman told pollsters.
But most Americans say they haven't changed their minds about his confirmation.
Political views are more of a dividing line than gender.
Despite Trump's Defense Of Aide, Most Americans Say Domestic Violence Allegations Should Be Disqualifying
Concerns about domestic violence are divided across political and gender lines.
Americans who try to keep up with politics are split over how stressful that is.
Last week's memo only solidified the impression.
Views on the Trump/Russia investigation remain sharply drawn along partisan lines.
And what they don't know.
The former president saw especially broad positive shifts on immigration and the culture of Washington.
In case you were wondering for some reason.
A new poll suggests U.S. prosecutors should proceed cautiously following recent Justice Department guidance on marijuana.
Their hopes for next year are higher, too.
And views don't seem to be improving.