Bill Clinton and George H.W. Bush were rated most popular living leaders, a poll finds.
NBC/Wall Street Journal poll shows deep divide within the GOP on hot-button issues.
Timothy Cama 06/12/14 04:19 PM EDT
Voters in coal-heavy states oppose a Senate candidate who supports the EPA's emissions rules.
Timothy Cama 06/03/14 10:27 AM EDT
The Democratic Public Policy Polling survey finds most voters support EPA’s power plant rule.
Nearly 90 percent of voters rate the economy as an extremely or very important issue.
Seventy-two percent of voters say most incumbents don’t deserve reelection.
More than half of registered voters now say they are less enthusiastic about voting.
Thirty percent of registered voters say that when they vote in the fall midterm elections, they will be voting to express opposition to President Obama, according to a recent Gallup poll.
Clinton leads Bush 53 to 41 percent, according to a new Washington Post/ABC News poll.
44 percent of Romney voters say they'll vote in 2014 compared to 35 percent of Obama voters.