When the nation is divided on seemingly every issue, it’s no surprise many voters feel the jitters. Sixty percent say they’re nervous about American politics today. And that’s after the election helped settle some anxieties: last March, 82 percent felt nervous. On the flip side, the number saying they’re confident has tripled: 33 percent, compared
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More voters have faith in the U.S. military than in other national institutions, according to the latest Fox News Poll released Monday. The news media rank at the bottom of the list asked about in the poll. Virtually all voters believe in the military: 96 percent have either a great deal (67 percent) or some
Twice as many American voters feel hopeful as feel depressed about the outcome of the election. More feel relieved than scared. Some feel empowered and excited, but plenty feel embarrassed or angry. These are some of the findings of the latest Fox News Poll of registered voters nationwide. More than one-third of voters have
Donald Trump has edged ahead of Hillary Clinton in a poll released Tuesday, the latest to reflect a tightening race as the campaigns kick into high gear after Labor Day. The CNN/ORC poll shows Trump leading Clinton 45-43 percent in a four-way race, with Libertarian Gary Johnson at 7 percent and Green Party’s Jill Stein
A record-high 54 percent of American voters feel the U.S. is less safe today than it was before 9/11, according to the latest Fox News national poll. Voters also think: – A major terrorist attack is likely in the near future. – Last year’s U.S.-Iran agreement on Iran’s nuclear program made the U.S. less safe.
The race for the White House has narrowed. A new Fox News Poll finds Donald Trump gaining ground in the head-to-head matchup, despite improvements from Hillary Clinton on top issues. In addition, this is the first time the poll offers a four-way presidential ballot (it preceded the two-way ballot). The poll finds Clinton