Most Americans in both parties say at least one candidate left is fit for the Oval Office.
Nearly six in 10 Americans believe marijuana usage should become legalized, a new poll says.
Roughly half of Americans view the federal government as “an immediate threat."
People spent an average of $87 a day in September, down from $94 a day in July and August, the poll...
Even Obama's deal to release Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl scores higher marks.
"Those favoring total legality or illegality have crept up," a new survey says.
Democrats could be in trouble or we could have the upper hand — it all depends on the strategy for...
Sixty percent of the public says they’ve become more knowledgeable about the healthcare law.
That's only a slight uptick, however, from mid-October.
Most uninsured people who visited an exchange website say they were unhappy with experience.
Obama's approval has fallen below 40 percent, the lowest since 2011.
Another 42 percent say they are worse off since Obama's election, however.
Nearly eight in 10 Americans think Congress is disconnected from their concerns, a new poll says.
The number has dropped since highs after the September 11 attacks.
Approval of the Supreme Court is near an all-time low in a new survey.
Gallup says the rate "appears to be leveling off."
Gallup finds that 39 percent of adults are "concerned believers" in warming.
Americans are happier with taxes, race relations and more, but remain economically miserable.
A Gallup poll found one third wait for medical treatment because it's too expensive.
Twenty-eight percent say they will pay a fine rather than enroll in ObamaCare.
Support is rising for a proposal to raise the federal minimum wage from $7.25 to $9.