The poll was conducted before Palin called this week for President Obama's impeachment.
Only 22 percent support increased immigration.
71 percent of people now believe the war was not worth it.
Forty-one percent said he is properly addressing the issue.
19 percent said they were following the news very closely.
Only 16 percent of people approve of Congress's job performance.
Only 39 percent described their ideological views as mixed.
18 percent of active GOP voters in the early caucus state would vote for Bush.
43 percent of people said the exchange was the wrong move, while 34 percent supported it.
Across the nation, 56 percent support gay marriage.
Some 47 percent disapprove of the trade, while 45 percent approve.
Last month, Pennsylvania became the 19th state to legalize gay marriage
69 percent of Republicans believe owning a gun is an act of patriotism, while only 40 percent of...
Ahmed Abu Khattala is expected to face trial in U.S. district court.
Eighty-Four percent of Republicans and 54 percent of independents disapprove of Obama's handling of...
Only 7 percent have confidence in the institution, the lowest in 40 years of Gallup polling.
Forty-two percent of respondents picked Clinton in new poll.
Nearly 9 in 10 people say fixing healthcare for veterans should be Congress's top priority.
The Post poll is the first to find a majority disagrees with the exchange.
The poll is the third in a row to show more people disapprove than approve of the swap.
A majority of Democrats say Clinton should have to compete for the party's nomination.
Only 12 percent blame President Obama for secret wait lists and mismanaged care.
A plurality also think President George W. Bush's White House was more competent.
On social issues, 34 percent of people identify as conservative and 30 percent as liberal.