A new analysis outlines why voters are frustrated with their political leaders: Republicans and Democrats lack competition to deliver results.
A new Gallup Poll shows the steepest decline since 1972 in public confidence in the accuracy and fairness of news reporting.
Truthdig Editor-in-Chief Robert Scheer and the other "Left, Right & Center" panelists ask: With only 74,000 jobs created last month, who or what is to blame? Also, has New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie solved his Bridge-gate troubles or is his image permanently tarnished?
President Obama's job approval rating has been dropping steadily since April and is now back near his all-time low.
One of the most trusted names in polling has conducted a thorough examination of its formula and methodology to try to figure out why it was so sure Mitt Romney would win the 2012 presidential election.
A new Gallup survey shows only 41 percent of Americans call themselves economic conservatives -- the lowest since President Obama took office in 2009 and roughly the same percentage as in 2008.
A Gallup poll issued this month says that 99 percent of the American public now has become convinced that Iran's civilian nuclear program will threaten "the vital interests of the United States in the next ten years." Eighty-three percent say this will be "a critical threat." Why?