According to a Gallup poll released today, Republican support for the Supreme Court has increased 21 percentage points since September of last year.
Two in three Americans are displeased with President Barack Obama’s handling of immigration, according to a recent Gallup poll.
Hillary Clinton's popularity dropped to its lowest since August 2008, according to a Gallup poll released Wednesday.
Hint: there are five to choose from.
Only one in four Americans are satisfied with the direction of the United States, according to a Gallup poll released Friday.
More than half of registered voters claim they are "less enthusiastic about voting than in previous elections," according to a Gallup poll released Monday.
Only four percent of Americans are newly insured this year, according to a Gallup poll released Thursday
Americans are anything but ecstatic about the work being done on Capitol Hill. Congress’s overall job approval rating is at only 15 percent, the lowest in March of any midterm year, according to Gallup.
Americans voted Iran their least favorite nation for ten years running—now suddenly the tides have turned.
By the numbers.
Gallup’s latest economic findings are seemingly straight out of the dystopian novel “The Hunger Games.”
Breaking down Obamacare's 906 page for the American people is no simple task.
That’s not to say it was a good year for him by any stretch of the imagination vis-à-vis his job approval ratings
More Americans than ever before self-identify as “liberals” today, a new Gallup study finds.
The 44th President of the United States will be remembered, for better or for worse, by his signature legislation the Affordable Care Act.
The most important issue is "dissatisfaction with government."
A Gallup poll shows the partisan rift on Obamacare deepening even over the past month. Relative to October's numbers, more Democrats believe the law should be expanded (34%), and more Republicans believe the law should be repealed (68%).
A Gallup poll released Wednesday show President Barack Obama's approval ratings continue to plummet.