Almost Gone -- Gallup Reviews Boehner's Standing With Public
Hillary Clinton's Image Improves Among Democrats
Trump's Positive Image Fades, Carson's Up
Six in 10 Americans Would Say "Yes" to Muslim President
Clinton's Image Steady With Women, Down With Men
Candidates With Most to Gain and Lose in Debate Wednesday Night
Trump's Image Is Below Average Among Highly Religious Republicans
Dissecting Trump's Image Among GOP Men, Women
Donald Trump's favorable rating among Republicans is now considerably higher than it was in mid-July, and all of this gain over time has occurred among Republican men.
Looking for Candidate Proposals on How to Fix the Economy
Relatively little time was spent on the economy in the recent GOP debate, and candidates -- when asked -- talked mainly about taxes and regulation. Americans tend to give above-average support to fixes relating to those two issues.
GOP Debate: Preliminary Data on Who Benefited and Who Didn't
Some initial changes in the images of GOP candidates have emerged one week after the Aug. 6 Republican debate. Three candidates came out of the debate in much better positions than they went in with.
If the American People Were Running the GOP Debate
A look at the 11 questions the American people -- if they were in charge -- would ask the GOP candidates in Thursday's debate.
Clinton's Status With Independents, GOP Comes Full Circle
Hillary Clinton continues to see her favorable rating fall, despite once being broadly popular a few years ago. She has lost support among all three political identifications, especially GOP-supporters and independents.
A Look at How Very Conservative Republicans View the Candidates
Republican candidates are substantially differentiated in terms of both familiarity and image among very conservative Republicans -- a group likely to be disproportionately important in helping determine the ultimate GOP nominee.
American Public Opinion and Immigration
Donald Trump's controversial remarks about illegal immigrants in his presidential bid announcement come at a time when most Americans do not perceive immigration as the top problem facing the nation today, but as an important issue.
Taking Stock: The Political Environment in the Summer Before an Open-Seat Election
President Obama's approval rating is now significantly higher than George W. Bush's was in July 2007, but the political context in the year before an open-seat election isn't necessarily a very good indicator of what will happen.
A Tale of Two Supreme Court Decisions
The two major decisions recently handed down by the U.S. Supreme Court have very direct relationships to public opinion. One of the decisions fits well with majority public opinion. The other, in a broad sense, does not.
Five Things We've Learned About Americans and Moral Values
Americans have become more liberal on moral issues in recent years and are more likely to label themselves as socially liberal. This cultural shift involves interesting elements and may lead to important consequences.
GOP Candidates' Quest for the Highly Religious Protestant Vote
Mike Huckabee's official entrance into the Republican race for president this week underscores the importance of a particular segment of the Republican population -- the highly religious Protestant voters.
Religion, Race and Same-Sex Marriage
Support for legal same-sex marriage is strongly related to religion and partisanship. Black Americans, who tend to be Democratic and highly religious, are particularly cross-pressured on this issue.
Hillary Clinton Adopts Obama's Middle Class, Fair Shot Positioning
Hillary Clinton has essentially adopted one of Barack Obama's major policy thrusts in her nascent presidential campaign, identifying a large swath of the country's population, assuming that this large group has the economic deck stacked against them, and then promising to help them gain economically in the future.