A new survey from Democratic polling firm Public Policy Polling has revealed that less than half of all Trump supporters believe the president's son met with a Russian lawyer during the 2016 campaign -- a fact Donald Trump Jr. himself has confirmed. Show More Summary
A new Public Policy Polling survey finds that 32% of Americans who voted for President Trump said they don’t believe that Trump’s eldest son met with a Russian lawyer last year — even though he admitted that he did.
Wow. Just… yeah. If you were curious just how much Donald Trump's supporters had become brainwashed, Public Policy Polling has the answer. The week after Donald Trump Jr. himself released the email proof that he took a meeting with someone who wanted to give him damaging material on Hillary Clinton on behalf of the Russian government, a [...]
A new survey from Democratic polling firm Public Policy Polling (PPP) has revealed that less than half of all Trump supporters believe the President’s son met with a Russian lawyer during the 2016 campaign – a fact Donald Trump Jr himself has confirmed. Show More Summary
John Aravosis: Public Policy Polling has a new poll out that’s depressing as hell, and a sign of just how fact-deprived Trump voters truly are. Among other findings, only 45% of Trump voters think Donald Trump Jr. met with Russians last year to discuss their offer to help his father win the election. Show More Summary
A new Public Policy Polling survey finds that just 20% of voters support the health care bill that was being considered by Congress until last night, to 57% who are opposed to it. Even among Republicans there’s only very narrow [......
From a survey released today by Public Policy Polling: On Russia related issues we find a certain degree of willful ignorance among Trump voters that can possibly best be summarized by this finding: only 45% of Trump voters believe Donald Trump Jr. Show More Summary
A new survey pit Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg against President Donald Trump in a 2020 presidential contest, and the results showed a tight theoretical race. The Tuesday poll from the Democratic firm Public Policy Polling found Zuckerberg, pegged in the survey as the Democratic presidential nominee, in a dead heat against Trump at 40% support each. Show More Summary
Dean Heller (R-NV) is the most vulnerable Republican Senator in 2018. He is the only one who represents a state that Hillary Clinton won in 2016. Public Policy Polling has come out with an early poll on his re-elect chances. In a sample where Trump is only six points underwater, Heller is thirteen points underwater. […]
Public Policy Polling released surveys in three states where a GOP senator will have a key swing vote on the GOP health care plan: Nevada, West Virginia and Alaska. The approval rates for the plan were generally dismal but Trump [.....
The Week reports: President Trump’s supporters are nearly evenly split on whether it’s “appropriate” for a politician to body-slam a journalist, a Public Policy Polling survey released Monday revealed. While 45 percent of Trump supporters...Show More Summary
A new Public Policy Polling survey finds President Trump’s supporters are split on whether it’s appropriate for a politician to “body-slam” a journalist: 45% say it’s not acceptable while 42% said it was.
42% of Trump voters said they thought it appropriate for politicians to bodyslam reporters, according to a new nationwide poll out Monday, conducted by Public Policy Polling.
People who voted for President Donald Trump in the 2016 election are big fans of Confederate memorials, but not so much the Republican healthcare bill. A new poll from left-leaning Public Policy Polling shows that 70% of Trump voters...Show More Summary
A new Public Policy Polling survey finds 49% of voters think President Trump obstructed justice, to just 41% who don’t think he did. Also interesting: Only 37% of voters say they think Trump is honest, as compared to 56% who [...]
For the first time, more Americans would say "yes" to impeaching Donald Trump than would say "no," according to a new poll. A survey from Public Policy Polling released Tuesday finds 48 percent of those questioned support impeaching the president, while just 41 percent would oppose the move. Show More Summary
More American support impeaching President Donald Trump than oppose it, a new poll shows. The poll, conducting by Democratic polling company Public Policy Polling, found that 48 per cent supported such a move, while 41 per cent opposed it. Show More Summary
The Republican Party is going down, folks. Public Policy Polling published today: Voters are both having buyer's remorse about the outcome of the 2016 election and wishing they could return to the good old days of 4 months ago. By an 8 point margin, 49/41, they say they wish Hillary Clinton was President instead of Trump. Show More Summary
More Americans believe President Donald Trump would've stopped the Civil War from ever taking place than believe the same about former President Andrew Jackson, a Public Policy Polling survey showed Tuesday. PPP found that 20% of respondents...Show More Summary
A Tuesday poll from the Democratic firm Public Policy Polling provided insight into Americans' thoughts on President Donald Trump's unexpected firing of the FBI director, James Comey, last week. The outlet found that 37% of respondents supported the president's decision to oust Comey while 48% opposed the move. Show More Summary