Slightly more voters find the White House more truthful than the media, according to the latest Fox News Poll. In addition, most feel the press is tougher on President Trump than it was on President Obama. But that may be a positive development, as a majority thinks aggressive coverage of the presidency is good for
A majority of voters thinks President Trump’s executive order on immigration is better described as a restriction on terrorist hot spots than as a “Muslim ban.” And more think the action makes the U.S. safer than say it makes the country less safe. Even so, more disapprove (52 percent) than approve (46 percent) of
Jennifer Harper, THE ANTI-TRUMP AVALANCHE Coverage of sexual assault allegations against GOP nominee Donald Trump is a classic media frenzy. Despite this, at least three significant polls have emerged with the GOP nominee in the lead. Meanwhile, Mr. Trump has defenders ready to push back at the mainstream press, including Rudolph Giuliani, Jerry Falwell, Jr.
Hillary Clinton is ahead of Donald Trump by 44-42 percent in a new national Fox News Poll. That’s a two-point edge among likely voters for Clinton. She was up by three points last week (43-40 percent) and by one point in mid-September (41-40 percent). Third party candidates Gary Johnson (6 percent) and Jill Stein
Donald Trump narrowly leads Hillary Clinton in the battleground states of Nevada, North Carolina, and Ohio. That’s according to Fox News statewide likely voter polls conducted Sunday through Tuesday evenings. Trump is helped by strong support from working-class white voters, while Clinton is hurt by a lackluster performance among younger voters and women.
The presidential race is tight. Hillary Clinton tops Donald Trump by just one point among likely voters in the four-way ballot. In the head-to-head matchup, Trump’s up by one point. Clinton receives 41 percent to Trump’s 40 percent, according to a new Fox News Poll, with Libertarian Gary Johnson at 8 percent and Green
Dan Lyman, From February 24 2016 I’m going rogue for this piece. I want to talk about some things that will undoubtedly ruffle at least a few readers’ feathers and probably vex the ‘anyone but Trump’ crowd. To borrow from the hashtag-lingo calling card of the courageous and fearlessly honest Steven Crowder, “#SorryNotSorry.” We are
Speaking to a group of Latino voters earlier this month in Oregon on behalf of Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, former Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa put presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump’s rise to head of the GOP and his anti-immigrant rhetoric in stark terms. “Trump speaks this way because he can,” he said,
Will Indiana give Donald Trump a big victory like its neighbors Michigan and Illinois? Or will it boost Ted Cruz with a Wisconsin-style double-digit win? Hoosiers may just split the difference, according to a new Fox News Poll. Trump is ahead of Cruz by an eight-point margin among Indiana likely Republican primary voters: 41-33 percent.
DONALD TRUMP HIT 50% IN THE LATEST CONNECTICUT REPUBLICAN POLL–#MakeAmericaGreatAgain #Trump2016 TRUMP IS AT 41% IN THE LATEST MARYLAND POLL– Maryland #TrumpTrain🚂💨🇺🇸🇺🇸#MakeAmericaGreatAgain #Trump2016 pic.twitter.com/Qif2n9AgPj — Dan Scavino (@DanScavino) April 15, 2016 And Donald Trump is at 48% in Pennsylvania.
The economy is in bad shape, and people are generally bummed about the direction of the country. Only one in five American voters rates the economy positively: 2 percent “excellent” and 19 percent “good,” according to a new Fox News Poll. Instead, most think the economy’s in bad shape: 46 percent “only fair” and 33
Fox News Poll: Trump widens lead in GOP race. Donald Trump jumps to an 18-point lead over Ted Cruz this week with record high support for the Republican nomination. Trump tops Cruz by 45-27 percent among GOP primary voters in a new Fox News national poll on the 2016 election. John Kasich comes in third