One In Five Americans Worry About Catching Deadly Ebola Disease

US | Neil Munro

The worry is almost as high as during the 2009 SARS scare

Vast Majority Of Americans Support School Prayer

Daily Caller News Foundation | Blake Neff

See the religious breakdown

Gallup: Majority Now Oppose Common Core

Daily Caller News Foundation | Blake Neff

Opponents cite lack of flexibility for teachers as key issue

Poll: GOP Approval Of Supreme Court Has Skyrocketed

Daily Caller News Foundation | Jonah Bennett
Hobby Lobby Protester Outside The Supreme Court - Grae Stafford - Daily Caller 8

‘Democratic support is trending in the opposite direction’

Gallup: Congress Least Popular Thing Ever

Daily Caller News Foundation | Blake Neff
U.S. House Speaker Boehner pauses while responding to questions during a news conference after a Republican House caucus meeting on Capitol Hill in Washington

Every single institution is at least twice as popular as Congress

Poll: Obama Less Popular Than Ever

Daily Caller News Foundation | Blake Neff
President Obama

President’s image hits a new low

Gallup: Being Unemployed Is Depressing

US | Matt K. Lewis
Andres Gonzalez Manzano, 53, reacts as he waits for his eviction to be carried out in Madrid

Something conservatives have always intuitively understood.

Uninsured rate lowest of Obama administration

Daily Caller News Foundation | Sarah Hurtubise
U.S. President Barack Obama speaks before signing a Presidential Memorandum at the White House in Washington

Still can’t beat 2008

Fewer people have health insurance now than in 2009, survey finds

Politics | Neil Munro
U.S. President Barack Obama pauses as he speaks about the Affordable Care Act at Prince George's Community College in Largo, Maryland September 26, 2013. Obama on Tuesday highlighted the benefits of U.S. healthcare reform, a week before one of the controversial law's key elements, new insurance exchanges, go live. Millions of uninsured Americans will be able to sign up for coverage under President Barack Obama's healthcare reform beginning on Oct. 1, kicking off the most sweeping social program since the launch of Medicare for the elderly in the 1960s. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque

Gallup’s report helps explain why Obamacare is unpopular

Almost nobody likes Congress

Politics | Alexis Levinson
Pelosi and Reid

Congress’s approval rating hits a record low

You won't believe how few uninsured Americans EVEN KNOW about Obamacare

Politics | Caroline May
U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services Kathleen Sebelius removes her glasses as she testifies before a House Energy and Commerce Committee hearing on the failures of the Affordable Care Act enrollment website on Capitol Hill in Washington, October 30

Few have even visited an exchange website

Why don't Americans realize how awesome government is?

Politics | Neil Munro
Barack Obama Government Power

Worries by Democrats and swing voters spike after Obama’s re-election

Poll: Obama's approval rating drops for second consecutive quarter

Politics | Elizabeth Dorton
Obama

Obama approval has fallen in each quarter since reelection

Americans wary of Obamacare, according to poll

Politics | Laurel Conrad
obamacare

52% of adults disapprove of the president’s health law

Gallup: 'Managers from hell' cost US between $450 billion to $550 billion annually

US | Caroline May
Workforce

Only 30 percent of Americans are engaged at work

Congressional approval falls to lowest point in history

Politics | Giuseppe Macri
Fiscal Cliff

Gallup poll approval rating falls to 10 percent for 2013

GALLUP: 53 percent of Americans disapprove of domestic phone spying

Politics | Josh Peterson
Verizon Phone Records

Americans are also split over whether they think that Snowden did the right thing

Independents blame White House for IRS scandal

Politics | Neil Munro
Barack Obama

Poll: Sixty-two percent of independent adults disapprove of Obama’s handling of the IRS scandal

Gallup: Americans not very concerned about gun violence, immigration reform

Politics | Caroline May
Immigration.JPEG

Top two priorities for elected officials are bottom two priorities for people who elected them

Poll: Washington, D.C. also the LGBT capital

US | Brendan Thomas
Barney Frank

Ten percent of the district’s residents identify as gay, while the national figure is 3.5%