Supreme Court is voters' most 'very important' issue

Seventy-six percent of registered voters say that Supreme Court appointments are "very important" to their vote in 2018, according to a new Pew Research Center poll released Wednesday. The result marks the first time since August 2004 that the economy has not been the issue most often deemed "very important" to voters.

Democrats may have more polling upside in House races

Poll of the week: The New York Times and Siena College have released multiple House polls over the last week. One of the more prominent results was in Wisconsin's 1st Congressional District, where House Speaker Paul Ryan is retiring.

New polls confirm battle for Senate is a knife fight

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said this week that the race for control of the Senate is so close it is like a "knife fight in an alley." New polls released on Wednesday back him up, but also show that Republicans are still favored to maintain their control.

Trump approval ticking up in new poll

President Donald Trump's approval has moved to 44 percent among registered voters, according to a new poll from NBC/WSJ, an improvement from the 39 percent approval he saw in April among all adults.

Dems watch Tuesday's primaries closely

At around midnight tonight -- and maybe a bit later -- House Democrats will have a considerably firmer grasp than they do right now of their chances of winning the 23 seats the party needs to retake the majority in November.

Americans are split on National Anthem protests

Polling in the last year has been split half and half on support for players in the NFL kneeling during the National Anthem, and a lot of the variance depends on how the questions are asked in the surveys.