Thirty-six percent have a favorable view, dropping the party below the GOP.
Still, Rep. Donna Edwards said the results won’t be a “disaster” for Democrats.
Justin Sink 11/03/14 11:48 AM EST
Forty-four percent say they like the president, down from 60 percent in 2012.
Rebecca Shabad 11/01/14 06:05 AM EDT
The persistent dissatisfaction could sink Democrats on Election Day.
Rebecca Shabad 10/27/14 11:47 AM EDT
Six years after the financial crisis, economic concerns will determine voting choices.
55 percent say the GOP will take the upper chamber and, with it, control of Congress.
Rebecca Shabad 10/15/14 02:18 PM EDT
The deficit and spending figure less prominently in voters’ decisions, according to a poll.
Joni Ernst leads Democrat Bruce Braley in two Senate polls released Wednesday.
Voters slightly favor a GOP Congress, by less than the margin of error.
KANSAS CITY, Kan. — The vulnerable GOP senator is leading his independent challenger.