A new study by Politico/Morning Consult shows that only 35 percent of voters are opposed to such a system.
The sentiment of Clinton voters is said to reflect Democratic politicians' angst about how to position themselves for 2018.
A third of voters, however, remain unapologetic fans.
A whopping 48 percent of respondents to a new survey from Public Policy Polling say they are in favor of impeaching the president.
The GenForward survey, conducted by the University of Chicago, also finds that most think the United States is “on the wrong track.”
Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders, who has done just that on Twitter, responds to a journalist’s challenge on the subject.
As the presidential race tightens, we turn to our readers to help decipher a key aspect of Election 2016: foreign policy.
This week marked the third—and final—bout between the nominees before Americans head to the polls. We want to hear from you: Did these faceoffs influence how citizens will mark their ballots?
Although both nominees faced controversy this week, it seemed that Donald Trump dominated the mainstream media spotlight. We want to hear from you: Are the revelations about the nominees serious enough to affect their presidential chances?