The Pew survey found cable tops overall, but social media is dominant for those under 30.
OPINION | The 2016 political season is finally here.
"Obviously, going through a process like this is pretty brutal," he says.
The Republican front-runner is down two points, but still well ahead of all rivals.
"I’ll tell you who is not against me — the voters," Trump says.
"The left has a hard time," Bush says, seeing the fight for what it is.
Ohio's governor suggests Trump's supporters won't actually show up to vote.
Trump still leads the GOP by a wide margin in the new Reuters survey.
The online survey shows Carson and Cruz tied for second place among GOP voters.
Donald Trump is warning Sen. Ted Cruz that their 2016 campaigns may clash in the future.
"The View" host said that if Trump had laughed "we would be ripping him a new one."
Christie said the country should discuss this issue openly without "moral judgments."
OPINION | The electorate still desperately wants change but is no longer hopeful.
"If you want this job, then you really need to love this country," Obama says.
Rubio and Cruz have doubled their New Hampshire support in two months.
Christie now takes second place in the state, but Trump is at his highest support yet.
Rubio could be well-positioned to consolidate center-right GOP support.
"I have enough confidence in early GOP primary voters," says Bush.
Sanders, however, is slowly closing the gap in name recognition.
"It's manipulating people's angst and their fears," Bush says.
Clinton's favorability has risen in the latest Bloomberg survey.
Jim Obergefell said Clinton is the best person to fight injustices that still occur.
The media mogul says Trump did better in past debates.
Carson will be called "Eli" and Trump will be called "Mogul."