Liberals continue to lag far behind self-identified conservatives and moderates, however.
The poll found 54 percent believe the economy will be better off in 2014.
Both scores, however, have dropped significantly since 2012.
Hispanic and Asian Americans believe relief from deportation is more important for illegal...
Nearly 1 in 3 voters say Obama will affect their vote in the state's Senate race next year.
According to the poll, the public trusts Republicans ahead of Obama on balancing the budget.
Fifty-five percent of Republicans think their party will do better in 2014.
The Tea Party’s favorability rating has dropped to its lowest point since 2010.
It's the highest disapproval rating the McClatchy-Marist poll has registered for Obama.
The results reflect a broad lack of public awareness about the agreement.
Nearly half of the public calls itself greatly engaged in politics and elections — a spike from...
That's down slightly from Gallup's polling in November and October.
A poll released Monday found 82 percent of respondents opposed it.
Fifty-three percent of people who lack insurance disapprove of the new law.
Only 6 percent of people who voted for Mitt Romney regret it, the Fox News poll found.
Christie is favored by 45 percent, while Clinton gets 40 percent.
Opposition to the law has returned to levels seen before the botched HealthCare.gov rollout.
A poll released Thursday by Latino Decisions and the National Council of La Raza found 55 percent...
Fifty-nine percent of registered voters think calls should not be allowed.
President Obama’s approval rating on the economy remains at 37 percent.
Poll shows 23-point drop in Obama's approval rating with Hispanics.