The president is upside down in states that were crucial to his 2016 election, new Emerson polling shows. The panel discusses. » Subscribe to MSNBC: ...
Rasmussen Reports Political Analyst Amy Holmes on President Trump touting a Rasmussen poll as proof he has support.
Donald Trump is under fire from leaders of his own party after refusing to endorse House Speaker Paul Ryan. That's just one of the controversial moves by the ..
The president and Republicans are to blame for the shutdown most Americans say in two new polling. The Morning Joe panel digs into the numbers.
GOP presidential hopeful joins 'The O'Reilly Factor' to discuss his campaign ahead of the New Hampshire primary.
Political scientist and analyst Larry Sabato goes 'On the Record to break down the latest trends in the polls in Trump vs. Clinton.
Washington Examiner Chief Political Correspondent Byron York, Tea Party Leadership Fund Spokesperson Katrina Pierson and Styrk Anchor Kirsten Haglund ...
2018 promises to be a year of challenge and opportunity for President Donald Trump, both domestically and overseas. Trump hopes to build on his victory on tax .
As the first presidential debate of 2016 looms, polls show a tightening race in swing states between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. Senior writer at Politico
Once again, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump is dominating in the newest polls. CNN's Sara Murray has the details.
President Donald Trump's former "fixer" Michael Cohen paid the head of a small technology company thousands in 2015 to rig online polls and elevate Cohen's ...
Key groups Donald Trump was relying on came out to vote for him on Tuesday while Hillary Clinton didn't get the same kind of support from the coalition she had
CBS News elections director Anthony Salvanto explains how there may be a group of voters that polls are not accounting for: shy Donald Trump supporters.
Polling shows that Americans are still divided along partisan lines on issues like the immigration order. CBS News Elections Director Anthony Salvanto joins ...
Aug. 18 -- On "With All Due Respect," pollster Ann Selzer talks about the history of presidential polling and whether anyone has ever come back from the deficit
Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton is leading her Republican rival Donald Trump by eight points among likely voters, according to the most recent .
Trump Campaign Spokesperson Katrina Pierson on Donald Trump's 2016 presidential bid and the latest Quinnipiac University poll. Watch Dagen Mcdowell and ...
Radio Talk Show Host Adriana Cohen and Political Law Attorney Charles R. Spies on Donald Trump's increase in the polls.
Matt Finn reports.
Supporters of Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump in Pennsylvania say the polls putting Hillary Clinton an average of 8 percentage points ahead of ..