Pollster Lee Carter revealed what observers of President Trump's CPAC speech thought of three key points of the address.
Only 40 percent of registered voters believe President Donald Trump is fit to be commander-in-chief, while 57 percent believe he is not, according to a Quinnipiac University poll.
A new poll from the Pew Research Center said there are deep divisions in how Republicans and Democrats view institutions like the media and universities.
The federal governments' investigations into Russia and its alleged relationship with the Trump administration are hurting the country, according to a majority of respondents to the latest Harvard-Harris poll.
A new poll from Rasmussen Reports shows that half of American voters approve of the job President Trump is doing.
Many of the same pollsters who were wrong about President Donald Trump's chances in the 2016 election now have him polling as the least popular commander-in-chief in modern U.S. history. But could their data be skewed against Trump once again?
On his premiere night at 8 p.m. ET, Tucker Carlson opened his program with a stirring debate with former Clinton campaign adviser Richard Goodstein.
A new poll from CBS News places President Donald Trump's approval rating at 40 percent, with 52 percent disapproving.
It's no secret that pundits and pollsters around the country got the election all wrong.
"When races get called, it's not just a matter of waiting for the numbers and reporting it to the world," Dana Perino said on I'll Tell You What.