Even though only about 25 percent of Democrats in a poll want to fully get rid of the immigration law enforcement agency, 57 percent say they view ICE negatively.
They credit the president for the good economy—but prefer Democratic candidates in the midterms.
Perhaps the most shocking statistic in the NBC News poll is that 47 percent of respondents say the subject of race relations never comes up in conversation with family and friends.
“Did anyone imagine Bernie Sanders ahead of Hillary Clinton in three major national polls, and almost tied in others, by mid-April of 2016?” asks journalist H.A. Goodman.
Right-wing political consultant Frank Luntz says the “hostility” of Americans age 18 to 26 to “the underpinnings of the American economy and the American government” should “frighten every business and political leader” and “excite activists for Sanders and, to a lesser degree, Clinton activists.”
Even as scientists report a consensus of certainty that human activity fuels global warming, polls show fewer Americans now believe so.
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 look at the day's political happenings, including Paul Ryan offers a reason why he would not give details of Mitt Romney's tax plan in a TV interview over the weekend, the GOP tries to explain why its presidential candidate is probably winning and the 2012 election gets the video game treatment.
Ballots are being distributed to voting centers throughout Afghanistan for the runoff between incumbent President Hamid Karzai and his top challenger from Round 1, Abdullah Abdullah, slated to take place on Nov. 7.