Pundits are ready to crown winners and losers in June, and they think voters are, too.
Only 14 percent of Republicans say they are happy with the government's work on poverty.
A majority of voters also says the indicted senator is not trustworthy.
But Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) is right behind the Wisconsin governor.
The president's approval is at its highest level since May 2013.
Forty-four percent say they like the president, down from 60 percent in 2012.
55 percent say the GOP will take the upper chamber and, with it, control of Congress.
Motivation is down in both parties compared to 2010 and 2006, though.
Voters are on pace to give lawmakers their lowest reelection measure in 20 years.
Fifty-five percent disapprove of the law, with 41 percent in support.
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Ryan trails Clinton by 9 percent, while all other potential candidates lag by double digits.
Polls show the strength of independent voters and Hillary Clinton losing her core supporters.
The findings come one day after the Supreme Court heard arguments in same-sex marriage cases.
The president is resurgent but his approval ratings may be nearing their ceiling.
It's Obama's highest approval in Gallup's daily tracking poll since June 2013.
Recent polls found growing support for ties among Cuban-Americans and nationally.
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