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  • Poll: Chicago is 'America's most dangerous city'

    New poll finds American view Chicago, President Obama's hometown, as the nation's most dangerous city.

  • Analysts now see Democrats keeping Senate

    Independent political analysts are feeling more bullish about Democrats' chances of keeping the Senate. That's a dramatic change from last week, when most predictions put the Republican gain at either six or seven Senate seats.

  • Brown, Shaheen tied in New Hampshire

    A CNN/ORC poll released Monday morning found in a poll of likely voters, 48 percent backed Brown and 48 percent backed Shaheen, the Granite State's popular former governor who is vying for a second term.

  • Sen. Kay Hagan expands lead in North Carolina Senate race: Poll

    North Carolina Sen. Kay Hagan has opened up a 9-point lead over her Republican challenger Thom Tillis, according to a new poll released Monday.

  • Speech barely affects Obama's ratings

    After the president's prime-time speech, 68 percent of voters said military action against the Islamic State was in the national interest â€" up only three percent from prior to the speech.

  • Nunn, Perdue statistically neck-and-neck in Georgia race: Poll

    The hard-fought U.S. Senate race in Georgia between Republican David Perdue and Democrat Michelle Nunn is a statistical dead heat, according to a new poll out Sunday.

  • Is Land sliding in the polls?

    Some Michigan Republicans argue that the Senate contest is a sleeper race and that polls will tighten sharply in the coming weeks.

  • Campaigns use Islamic State in ads

    Political candidates are using the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria in campaign ads, but an analysis suggests Americans are tuning out international crises.

  • 'War on Women II' is this year's box-office bomb, poll suggests

    Women now disapprove of Obama's performance as president by 50 to 44 percent, according to the Washington Post/ABC News' latest approval poll.

  • Huckabee, Clinton ahead in Iowa poll

    Huckabee's 21 percent leads all Republicans in Iowa, followed by Paul Ryan, Rand Paul and Jeb Bush. On the Democrats' side, Clinton's 53 percent far outpaces Joe Biden and Elizabeth Warren.

  • Perry says he is 'prepared' for 2016

    "I may not run in 2016, but I've spent the last 20-plus months preparing," the Republican Texas Gov. Rick Perry said in an interview with Bloomberg Television.

  • Obama is now less popular than Bush

    President Obama is now less popular than George W. Bush, but neither is as well-liked as Bill Clinton.

  • Poll: 67% 'more certain' of another 9/11 attack

    A new survey finds that 67 percent of Americans believe another attack is coming, but this time from home-grown terrorists.

  • Democratic representative loses primary

    Rep. John Tierney lost a Democratic primary in Massachusetts to Marine veteran Seth Moulton Tuesday, a reminder that both parties face risks from primary challengers.

  • Democratic support for immigration reform slips

    Overall, among Democrats, support for a policy that includes some form of legalization for immigrants dropped from 84 percent last year to 78 percent today.



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