NBC White House correspondent calls Rasmussen polling ‘slop’
Election prognosticators are ‘either lying to you or deluding themselves,’ says pollster
Scott Rasmussen discusses the impact of the Supreme Court’s decision on the health care law
Scott Rasmussen: If media covers Fast and Furious, ‘I think there’s some real potential downside’ for Obama
‘The race to get 50 percent is a lot harder if four people are splitting them up’
Rasmussen: ‘Cain now has the chance to make the case for why he should be the challenger to Mitt Romney’
Latest Fox News poll shows Bachmann at a low four percent; where does she go from here?
‘He has a propensity to say the wrong thing at the wrong time’
Rasmussen polls show Romney, Huckabee strong against Obama while other GOP candidates trail far behind
Presidents almost always see an increase in their approval ratings after national crises, pollsters say
“The Battle” and “Mad as Hell” capture the zeitgeist.
The paperwork — the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution — has already been signed.
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Narrowing gubernatorial polls offer little comfort to Dems facing Republicans who have ‘raised more money than God’
The co-author of ‘Mad As Hell: How the Tea Party Movement Is Fundamentally Remaking Our Two-Party System’ speaks to TheDC
Don’t underestimate Sarah Palin’s chances of winning the GOP presidential nomination — and the general election — in 2012.
Tea Partiers are celebrating O’Donnell’s victory. They shouldn’t be celebrating.
PPP critics question the firm’s results and accuse it of playing favorites
It’s a disastrous law by any measure, and Americans have caught wind of this
Republicans and conservatives in particular have been riding high as polls have shown independents moving away from the Democrats and toward them. This has especially been true since Sen. Scott Brown’s win last month in Massachusetts, in a seat once thought unwinnable for a Republican.