While Democrats argue Hillary Clinton won the popular vote, Americans are less likely to favor ending the Electoral College after she lost in a landslide.
Nearly half of all Americans (48%) have a favorable opinion of House Speaker Paul Ryan, R-Wis., the highest percentage ever measured by Gallup.
Americans’ trust and confidence in the media “to report the news fully, accurately and fairly” dropped to its lowest level measured by Gallup since 1972.
While the vast majority of Americans believe immigration is a “good thing for this country,” more favor decreasing legal levels rather than increasing them.
A Gallup survey released Tuesday shows less interest in the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio and ratings posted last week seem to validate public opinion.
A new Gallup poll conducted ahead of the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia shows Hillary Clinton’s image is at its lowest point ever measured.
A Gallup poll showing three in four voters are giving “quite a lot” of thought to the upcoming election, a sign Election 2016 voter turnout could top 2008.
At a time when he is fighting for his political life, a new Gallup Poll finds GOP primary voters’ views of Texas Sen. Ted Cruz have declined precipitously.
Since Donald Trump announced in June he was running for president, the conventional “wisdom” has been wrong, and the polling data continues to reflect that.
Polls show the Democratic Party has shifted increasingly farther away from the political center, reflecting a party of socialists more than capitalists.