Jeb Bush is considered a serious competitor for the White House. He recently slipped into third place amongst the Republicans in the polls. Retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson was able to take second place in the national polls. Bush’s fundraising has been pretty impressive compared to other candidates. Show More Summary
Last week we asked about who went out and bought one of Samsung's new Galaxy Note 5 or Galaxy S6 edge+ phones, and which one they picked up. As expected, the Note 5 wins this one. The Galaxy Note 5 received more than double the amount of votes in our unscientific poll compared to the S6 edge+. Show More Summary
A survey reveals that the majority of UK citizens support the country’s referendum on its EU membership.
Throughout his political career, Senator Bernie Sanders (I-VT) has been hailed for his liberal leaning policies which has now led to his surge in the polls among Democrats. He has however, received criticism for his laxed position on gun control and amid recent headlines of massive shootings, Senator Sanders was once again quizzed on his... Show More Summary
Nearly instantly, her support shot up to the stratosphere, but now it’s lower than ever. “I believe we can have commonsense gun reforms that keep weapons out of the hands that should not have them – domestic abusers, the violently unstable – while respecting the rights of responsible gun owners”, Clinton said. “Yet they espouse
On Saturday, a new Des Moines Register/Bloomberg Politics poll brought some bad news for Hillary Clinton. Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) is within...
After a new poll showed Bernie Sanders trailing Hillary Clinton in Iowa by only seven points, the Vermont senator seized a chance to differentiate himself from the establishment favourite for the Democratic presidential nomination. Related: Donald Trump’s seduction: a huge fanbase, from posh...
Is another Republican wannabe for the 2016 Oval Office race finally catching up to frontrunner Donald Trump? At least in one poll someone is — and his name is Dr. Ben Carson: Retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson has emerged as a leading Republican presidential candidate in Iowa and is closing in on frontrunner Donald Trump in [...]Show More Summary
"This feels like 2008 all over again," as NPR reports the latest Iowa Poll showed Sanders just 7 points behind Hillary Clinton, who leads 37 to 30 percent among likely Democratic caucus-goers. Why 2008? As NPR notes, that's when a heavily...Show More Summary
WASHINGTON -- Responding to a poll showing him surging in Iowa, Democratic presidential contender Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) argued on Sunday that his supporters are “not necessarily anti-Hillary Clinton.” “I think the gains that we are seeing, and the enthusiasm and the huge crowds that we are seeing, this is not anti-Hillary Clinton. Show More Summary
The Exit poll. 10pm May 5th 2005 Will Corbyn make the red-team unelectable? AS JEREMY CORBYN’s LAB leader odds are cut to their shortest yet at 2/9 (stake £9 for potential £2 profit) by William Hill, the bookies have also opened a market on when Labour will next achieve an overall majority government – and […]
It seems Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal has decided the best way to move up in the polls is to attempt to be every bit as hyperbolic as Donald Trump. Jindal made an appearance on ABC's This Week, and despite the fact that the State Department...Show More Summary
As the summer of Donald J. Trump winds down, some of the real estate mogul’s rivals took to the Sunday political talk shows, discussing plans for emerging from Mr. Trump’s shadow in the Republican field.
Bernie Sanders, riding an updraft of insurgent passion in Iowa, has closed to within 7 points of Hillary Clinton in the Democratic presidential race. She's the first choice of 37 percent of likely Democratic caucusgoers; he's the pick for 30 percent, according to a new Des Moines Register/Bloomberg Politics Iowa Poll. Show More Summary
Jeb Bush: Trailing nationally, but leading in... Michigan?! Perhaps predictably, most of the attention being lavished upon the nascent 2016 presidential election is centering on the increasingly entertaining primary contests. This is particularly true as it relates to polling. Show More Summary
Democratic presidential front-runner Hillary Clinton is losing major ground in the key early state of Iowa. A new Bloomberg Politics/Des Moines Register poll released on Saturday shows Clinton's support among likely Iowa caucus-goers at just 37%, only 7% higher than liberal insurgent challenger Sen. Show More Summary
BUENOS AIRES (Reuters) - Daniel Scioli, the leftist frontrunner in Argentina's presidential election, widened his lead over his more business-friendly rival, but not enough to avoid a runoff, the first poll since Aug. 9 primaries showed on Sunday.
I would say that Jeb Bush is in big political doo doo. Three of his top fundraising consultants left his campaign abruptly. Some say they were fired, some say they
We’ve had several GOP straw polls on the presidential primary race recently, but up until now, nothing from our friends on the Democratic side. However, yesterday was the Whitfield County Democrats Kennedy Carter dinner, and they had a straw poll as part of the festivities. It looks like a close race in northwest Georgia, at […]
Bernie Sanders may be leading Hillary Clinton in New Hampshire (according to one poll) and gaining on her in Iowa (according to another), but is his campaign platform missing some crucial positions?