CNN Poll: Nearly seven in 10 judge Congress a failure so far

Here’s a silver lining for President Donald Trump: he’s still more popular than Congress. Both Democrats and Republicans in Congress have earned the ire of most Americans, according to a new CNN poll conducted by SSRS, with nearly seven in 10 (68%) judging the Republican Congress a failure so far […] Read more »

Americans are frustrated with Congress

The American public is frustrated that Congress hasn’t gotten much done and Republicans split on whether their party is getting in the way of President Trump’s agenda. Meanwhile, by two to one Americans think Congressional Democrats are doing more to get in the way of Mr. Trump’s agenda, but not […] 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 »

Imploding ObamaCare

… The president has repeatedly referred to his plan “to let ObamaCare implode.” This locution casts the president as a mere observer, watching from the distant sidelines as the Affordable Care Act (ACA) inevitably destroys itself. Nothing could be further from the truth. In fact, the president is not just looking […] Read more »

Trump gambles on cultural frustration over economic self-interest

Chaos may have seemed the only guiding principle in the White House last week. But amid President Donald Trump’s Twitter tirades; the vulgar rant from his new communications director; the open internecine sniping; and the White House staff shakeup, the President offered two revealing hints about the policy direction he […] Read more »

Americans urge bipartisanship on future health care plans

More Americans prefer the Republicans now work with Democrats to improve Obamacare (47 percent), rather than try to repeal it outright (21 percent) or replace it with something exclusively of their own (19 percent). … Majorities of Americans across the political spectrum favor new sanctions on Russia, including most Republicans. […] Read more »