Will The Arpaio Pardon Make Trump More Unpopular?

President Trump pardoned ex-Sheriff Joe Arpaio of Arizona’s Maricopa County on Friday night. Arpaio, known for his hardline stance on illegal immigration, had been convicted of criminal contempt for violating a federal court order commanding his department to stop racially profiling Latinos. National surveys conducted before the pardon suggest it’s […] Read more »

These voters in Arizona are fed up with Democrats, Republicans and, most of all, Trump

In Arizona, where the great recession cut a deep swath through home prices and shook all facets of the economy, voters are now increasingly buoyant about the fiscal future they envision for themselves and the nation. They’re saving their ire for politics and politicians. More than two dozen voters gathered […] Read more »

Mountain West Voters Outline Priorities for Trump Administration on Public Lands

Mountain West voters weighed in on the Trump Administration’s priorities for managing the use and protection of national public lands in a new Colorado College State of the Rockies Project Conservation in the West Poll released today. The poll, now in its seventh year, surveyed the views of voters in […] Read more »

Univision poll: The Latino vote in 4 key swing states

Barely 56 days before the presidential election, Hillary Clinton leads Donald Trump by a wide margin among likely Hispanic voters in four battleground states where the Latino vote may prove to be decisive, according to an exclusive bipartisan survey conducted for Univision Noticias. The Democratic candidate leads her Republican opponent […] Read more »