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  • Hispanic community souring on Obama

    Obama's weekly approval among Hispanics dipped to 45 percent during the period ended Sept. 28, according to Gallup, and it has remained below 50 percent for the past five weeks.

  • The number that should have Democrats panicking over losing Louisiana

    Sen. Mary Landrieu, D-La., is not only trailing in the polls -- with her Republican challenger, Rep. Bill Cassidy, taking a slim 48-45 lead -- but a majority of voters in the Pelican State now say they disapprove of the job she is doing in Congress.

  • Labor poll shows trouble for King

    Conducted by AFL-CIO affiliate United Transportation Union, the poll focused primarily on whether or not voters in Iowa's 4th Congressional District want passenger rail.

  • Splitsville: Gender gap gives way to wedding gap; marrieds chose GOP

    The gender gap is morphing into a marriage gap where married men and women are the Republican side of the new divide and unmarried men and women are Democrats.

  • Two Americas: Voters divided over the role of government

    When it comes to the role the federal government should play in the lives of the citizenry, Americans are divided, with 35 percent saying they’re opposed to a more active and involved government and 32 percent saying they’re in favor, according to a new Gallup poll.

  • VIDEO: Hagan holding strong in North Carolina

    Sen. Kay Hagan, D-N.C., is holding onto a small lead over Republican challenger Thom Tillis.

  • VIDEO: Weekend recap --- Good news for GOP in Iowa

    The Republican Party received good news over the weekend as a new poll shows Joni Ernst leading Rep. Bruce Braley by four points in Iowa.

  • Ernst opens lead over Braley in Iowa race

    The Des Moines Register survey of likely voters shows Ernst leading 44-38 in a race that had long been deadlocked.

  • Nearly three-fourths of Americans skeptical of 'no troops on ground' pledge

    The Wall Street Journal reports 72 percent of registered voters said they believe U.S. ground troops will eventually be deployed to combat the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria, which has taken huge chunks of territory in both of those countries.

  • Louisiana's Landrieu trails Cassidy in new poll

    Sen. Mary Landrieu is trailing her Republican challenger among likely voters in a head-to-head contest in one of the tightest races in the nation, and one that could help decide whether Republicans take control of the Senate, according to a new poll.

  • Poll: Confused by issues of the day? Join the club

    WASHINGTON (AP) — Confused by President Barack Obama's health care law? How about the debate over government surveillance? The way the Federal Reserve affects interest rates? You're far from alone. Most people in the United States say the issues facing the country are getting harder to fathom....

  • Would a midterm loss crack the Dems' stonewall on the Keystone pipeline?

    The federal government recently began its seventh year of considering whether to approve construction of the Keystone XL pipeline. Nearly all that time has passed under the administration of President Obama, who seems content never to decide the pipeline's fate.

  • Poll: Most saw Holder's Justice motivated by politics

    Outgoing Attorney General Eric Holder turned the Justice Department into an arm of the president's political shop and was motivated mostly by politics, according to a recent survey influenced by his handling of the racially-charged Ferguson, Mo., police shooting.

  • Gillespie within single digits of Warner in new Quinnipiac poll

    Virginia's Sen. Mark Warner has a nine-point lead over Republican challenger Ed Gillespie, a Quinnipiac University poll shows.

  • VIDEO: More disappointing poll numbers for Ed Gillespie

    Virginia Republican Ed Gillespie is lagging way behind in his bid to unseat Democratic Sen. Mark Warner.



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