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Pew Research Center
– May 14, 6:03 AM
This is one of an occasional series of posts on polling. Donald Trump's victory in the 2016 U.S. presidential election, as well as the UK's decision to leave the European Union through “Brexit,” rattled public confidence in polls.
From interference from foreign countries such as Russia to domestic voter fraud and obstacles to the voting process, the latest NPR/Marist Poll gauges Americans' attitudes about the safety of the U.S. electoral process. On this episode of Poll Hub…
Television shows are writing the 25th Amendment into their ripped-from-the-headlines storylines. Pundits debate the possibilities of the removal and succession of the president if he is incapacitated. Even former FBI Director James Comey has…
Janie Velencia and Perry Bacon Jr.
– Sep 21, 10:46 AM
Brett Kavanaugh was already one of the most unpopular Supreme Court nominees in recent history, and while we don't have a lot of polling data since Stanford professor Christine Blasey Ford's accusation that he sexually assaulted her when the two of…
Republicans don't have a lot of exposure in the Senate this year — but they're doing what they can to help Democrats make the most of it. The GOP entered this election cycle with only eight of their own seats up for grabs. Republican…