- Published: Wednesday, 04 September 2019 17:16
- Written by Rebecca Klar, The Hill
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The most accurate poll in the last four presidential elections has Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., edging closer and closer to former Vice President Joe Biden in its latest 2020 survey.
Joe Biden remains the Democratic front-runner, but Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren jumped to within four points of the former vice president in September's IBD/TIPP Poll.
A trio of national polls released this week shows Joe Biden (D) maintaining his status as the party’s frontrunner, but Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) is continuing to make her presence felt within the top tier.
Political polling season has arrived and serious minded people need to be wary. If you believe the coming election is important to your investment strategy and you want to approach the election with a clear head, take polls with a grain of salt.
The Democratic debates haven’t done what they are surely intended to do. They have not allowed lesser-known candidates to break through, swayed voters or put any of the candidates in their best light. Not surprisingly, given that the debates are run by media outlets and put on for ratings, they’ve created conflict but no lasting impact on the race.
A new IBD/TIPP poll finds Joe Biden leading Donald Trump in a general election match up by 13 points, 49% to 35%.
Let’s start with the obvious:
Of course Donald Trump’s talk about busing illegal immigrants to sanctuary cities is a political stunt, designed to heartlessly exploit the issue for his political gain.
Attempting to pass the so-called Green New Deal in Congress could hold political peril for the Democratic Party in 2020, a new IBD/TIPP Poll suggests.
The public wants the new Congress to focus on three areas when it convenes next year: health care costs, immigration, and jobs. Few, however, want the Democratically controlled House to make investigating the Trump White House a priority. That's the finding of the latest IBD/TIPP poll.
If you follow the mainstream news, you'd never know it, but the country is much better off today than it was two years ago, when voters elected Donald Trump as president. The proof is in the poll numbers.
With voter interest in the midterm elections at historic heights, Democrats opened up a 9-point lead over Republicans on the question of who should control Congress after the midterm elections, while President Donald Trump's approval rating remained unchanged at 40%, according to the latest IBD/TIPP Poll.
President Reagan won a landslide election in 1980 when he asked voters a simple question: "Are you better off than you were four years ago?" Voters knew they weren't. Midterm voters should be asking themselves that same question now, before casting their ballots next Tuesday. Only this time, the answer is yes.
Democrats hold a 2-point lead over Republicans when asked by registered voters which party that want to control Congress after November’s midterm elections, according to a poll released Thursday, a sharp decrease from previous iterations of the survey.
Democrats may have seriously miscalculated when they decided to mount an unprecedented campaign of character assassination against Judge Brett Kavanaugh. There could be hope for this country yet.
I was driving along a country road in Monmouth County the other day when I came upon a farm stand.
I pulled over to pick up some produce and got to talking with the lady who ran the stand. The subject turned to politics. It turned out she was a big Donald Trump supporter.
Democrats have been very busy lately trying to tell the public that theirs is not an extremist socialist party. But the public sees through the smoke screen. Just a third now see the Democratic Party as mainstream.
The more the public learns about the Republican-passed tax cuts, which took effect in January, the more they like them, according to the latest IBD/TIPP poll, which also found President Trump's favorability continuing to climb, as the Democrats' chances of a wave election in November appear to diminish.
Republicans are hoping that revulsion over a series of stealth videos featuring Planned Parenthood will swing the politics of abortion in their favor.
The Republican Party was obviously the big winner on Tuesday. But the midterm elections also produced some notable losers, chief among them the president and his big-government policies.