57 percent of blacks say police do a poor job of using the right amount of force.
Reaction broke down strongly along racial and political lines.
Thirteen percent of Democrats say candidates' sexual orientation might change their vote.
More than six in 10 voters approve of U.S. airstrikes in Iraq.
Only 28 percent of people believe the country is going in the right direction, a drop of 9 points...
Less than 40 percent approve of the president's handling of Gaza or Afghanistan.
Thirty-nine percent approve, with a majority, 52 percent, disapproving.
Only 40 percent are in favor of the law, largely unchanged since March.
Fifty-three percent want the process expedited even if the asylum eligible are swept up.
Less than 1 percent of people in the United States identify as Muslim.
The poll was conducted before Palin called this week for President Obama's impeachment.
Only 22 percent support increased immigration.
Nearly nine in 10 people say race relations have not improved.
Support for strikes jumped 9 points, but Obama's Iraq approval remains at 42 percent.
The poll released Thursday found Clinton's overall lead has declined by an average of about 8...
Trust in government today is far below what it was in 1974, when Nixon resigned.
The survey comes as Congress begins its first week of a month-long August recess.
Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) has narrowed the gap to only 4 points.
67 percent said illegal immigration is an extremely serious problem, up 14 percent since May.
More than 80 percent believe Russia is at least indirectly responsible.
Approval of the Supreme Court is near an all-time low in a new survey.
Gov. Chris Christie leads Republicans in New Hampshire polling, followed by Sen. Rand Paul.
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.