Rick Perry’s campaign continues to retrench, the New York Times reports. “The Republican from Texas has whittled his staff in Iowa to one paid operative amid continuing fund-raising struggles… Mr. Perry led in the polls for a stretch during his [...]
Polling continues to show a surge for anti-establishment candidates with Donald Trump holding a commanding lead in the GOP primary.
Pinterest gets a lot of buzz as the popular place to share recipes, but Facebook is still the No. 1 social platform for food lovers, according to a new study from Sopexa. The agency's report polled foodies—defined as online consumers who repeatedly look up food content—in six countries: The U.S., Germany, France, the U.K., Japan and China. Show More Summary
Syriza leader maintains tight lead in Greek polls despite outflows of support.
Jeb Bush's campaign is hoping a new month will help bridge the sustained gap between his success in fund-raising and his lagging poll numbers.
More from Trail Guide Aug. 31 Inside Hillary Clinton's emails: gefilte fish and a confused help desk Aug. 30 Iowa poll: Bernie Sanders down single-digits to Hillary Clinton Aug. 28 Hillary Clinton strikes a new tone on e-mail Aug. 27 Joe Biden meets with AFL-CIO president Aug. 26 Hillary Clinton...
Websites like Twitch and YouTube Gaming are great platforms to watch people livestream their lives and their gaming sessions. This is usually done from the comfort of their own home, but with apps like Meerkat and Periscope, livestreaming has taken to the streets where anyone with a smartphone can livestream their day to their followers. Show More Summary
Candidate buzz on social media and in search engines has emerged as an interesting metric for gaging how well the campaigns are doing. Back in 2008, for example, while the last opinion poll in the field predicted that Barack Obama would win the New Hampshire primary, Yahoo Buzz correctly predicted Hillary Clinton would win. Show More Summary
An emerging trend, a media still asleep at the wheel. Donald Trump is achieving two feats simultaneously that, based on conventional wisdom, should be impossible. His poll numbers are skyrocketing while his support among Hispanics - a group that makes up 6-8% of the GOP voting base - has bottomed out to unprecedented lows. Show More Summary
From Vox EU: Dynasties and development, by Jan Frederick P. Cruz and Ronald U Mendoza: The possibility of a showdown between Hillary Clinton and Jeb Bush in the US Presidential polls may have some political pundits salivating, but perhaps many...
If GOP candidates really want Trump out of the race, some of them are going to have to drop out themselves to consolidate polling.
Phil Mattingly | Bloomberg Business | (Video News Report) | – – “Hillary Clinton saw her support in Iowa dwindle as voters boosted Bernie Sanders in the latest Bloomberg Politics/ Des Moines…
Carson is near the top of the Republican field in two new polls of Iowa. A Monmouth University poll of likely Iowa GOP caucusgoers found the billionaire real estate developer and retired pediatric neurosurgeon each with 23% support. The Bloomberg poll was conducted by Iowa polling legend Ann Selzer, who has accurately gauged sentiment of
Eight more days before voting closes The LAB leadership Betting has been pretty stable since the YouGov poll last month that had Corbyn on 55% on first preferences. Inevitably he’s become the overwhelming favourite as can be seen by the chart. The only recent movement has been with Yvette Cooper who was out as a […]
We've come to expect to see Donald Trump at the top of the Republican field, but the poor performance by Chris Christie and Rand Paul were not as well predicted
Tom Jensen, director of Public Policy Polling, talks with Rachel Maddow about the results of a new poll to be released tomorrow showing that Donald Trump and...
(Paul Mirengoff) Over the weekend, I discussed a Bloomberg-Des Moines Register poll that puts Dr. Ben Carson within 5 points of Donald Trump (23-18) among likely Iowa caucus-goers. I speculated that Carson was a better fit than Trump for Iowa Republicans given his geniality and unfeigned social conservatism. Show More Summary
Non-politicians are having a moment in the Republican primary. It's not just Donald Trump. Since July, two other candidates have seen their numbers rise significantly in national polls: retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson and former CEO Carly Fiorina, neither of whom have held public office in the past. Historical precedent goes against them. Show More Summary
Hillary Clinton's once immense lead in Iowa is down to single digits and now she's getting more aggressive about winning over wavering Democrats. Mother...
Some surprising new polls out of Iowa show Hillary Clinton and Jeb Bush sliding while Donald Trump and Ben Carson surge. That might as well sum up the state...