It's not just you, it's science. The has risen in the polls, more attention is being paid to Texas Sen. Ted Cruz’s overall electability as a man who looks, as one fellow Princeton classmate described him: “about as telegenic as an undertaker.” The answer as to why so many people dislike the Texas Republican instinctively is one the intrigued Dr. Show More Summary
Support for Britain leaving the European Union — Brexit — has gained a massive amount of momentum since the UK's Prime Minister David Cameron published his draft EU deal this week. In the latest YouGov poll, commissioned by The Times...Show More Summary
Following the heated Iowa caucuses that saw Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders at a full-blown tie, a new poll revealed that the Vermont Senator is now running close behind the former First Lady nationally.
Donald Trump returned to the debate tonight, humbled only temporarily by his loss in Iowa and subsequent decline in New Hampshire polls. Jeb Bush spent the day spitting bitter insults at Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.), the man he touted four years ago as vice president. New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie came in looking to draw […]
This week the nation's attention swung from Iowa to New Hampshire. But even though votes have now actually been cast, the media's attention stayed focused on the polls. Even though the overblown oracles missed the mark in Iowa, the pundit...Show More Summary
ABC News aired the eighth GOP presidential debate on Feb. 6, a prime-time event starring the seven top-tier candidates, based on an average of recent polls. Not every candidate uttered statements that are easily fact checked, but the following is a list of 15 suspicious or interesting claims. As is our practice, we do not award Pinocchios when we do a […]
Anyone looking at the polls or the dynamics of Tuesday's New Hampshire primary going into tonight's Republican candidate debate knew the candidate with the bulls-eye on his back was Marco Rubio, and that the rivals hunting for him would be the three facing imminent extinction: Jeb Bush, John Kasich, and... More »
Donald Trump attacked Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) in his closing statement at the ABC News Republican debate Saturday night. In his closing statement, Cruz talked about winning the Iowa caucuses. Trump had been leading the polls there for...Show More Summary
You watched the three hour debate and heard all the answers and didn't get too drunk doing it. Please tell us who you thought was the winner. Who Won The 2016 New Hampshire Republican Debate?
MANCHESTER, N.H. -- Marco Rubio doesn’t lead in any of the polls, but that didn’t stop his presidential rivals from going after the Florida senator during Saturday night's debate as the candidates battled to be the GOP establishment’s less crazy alternative to Donald Trump. Show More Summary
10:13 PM: Rubio campaign pushing out on all cylinders that he's coming in second in a Google poll of who's winning the debate. 10:15 PM: Rote memory of stump speeches is how you end up saying the Air Force is about to be as small asShow More Summary
Trailing rival Bernie Sanders, Hillary Clinton sought to summon another New Hampshire comeback on Saturday but faced blunt questions about her trustworthiness and explanation of the deadly 2012 attacks in Benghazi. Continue reading ? The post Clinton, trailing in NH polls, seeks gain on Sanders’ lead appeared first on PBS NewsHour.
After Duke overwhelmed North Carolina State on Saturday, 88-80, the Blue Devils may regain their ranking in the Associated Press Top 25 poll by Monday.
Polls show Ohio Governor John Kasich is hovering around third place in New Hampshire, but he recently got the backing of Arnold Schwarzenegger and television...
Young investors are getting it all wrong. Swiss bank UBS polled 1,117 millennials and Gen X investors in December as part of its regular Investor Watch report and asked them a bunch of questions about investing. UBS defined millennials as between 21 and 37 years of age. Show More Summary
Times reporters weigh in on what to expect at the last Republican debate before New Hampshire voters go the polls.
Bernie Sanders is trying not only to motivate young people to go to the polls. He wants to win over those who are still undecided, including independent voters who represent largest voting segment in the state and can vote for either party in the primary.
Here are the results of the poll.Overall, Now It Is Being Wound Up, How Would You Rate NEHTA's Performance Over The Last Decade?Great 2% Good 1% OK 10% Not Much Good 45% Pretty Bad 15% Just Awful 26% I Have No Idea 1% Total votes: 92 A really decisive poll. Show More Summary
During an informal meeting with some San Francisco market analysts in December, I found myself in the middle of a straw poll on why Foursquare, the locally based discovery app, was slogging behind its competitor Yelp. The vote did not take long, and I remember it was a nearly unanimous. Show More Summary
For the first time in PublicPolicyPolling’s history, the Dallas Cowboys are not the most hated team in the NFL. That honor now belongs to the New England Patriots. The Cowboys are the 2nd most hated team in the NFL and the poll also revealed they don’t deserve to be called ‘America’s Team’. “Every time we’ve done […]