Lunchtime Politics on Twitter

hile this New York Times/Siena poll puts Warren first, what it really shows is a four-way battle in Iowa––where anything can happen. Fourth place for Biden in Iowa is not a very comfortable spot for the supposed frontrunner, and this is the second poll in...

Majorities say impeachment coverage is frustrating, disappointing, negative, skewed and confusing. 54% of Democrats say it’s frustrating as compared to 80% of Republicans. Apparently, impeachment coverage makes for boring television for a good chunk of the public (45%). But, wait, it also makes for interesting...

Which of the following is your personal preference? The House of Representatives should vote to impeach President Trump: 36% The House should continue investigating Trump, but not vote to impeach him: 22% Congress should drop its investigations into President Trump and administration: 37% RON'S COMMENT: This question...

Certus Insights has compiled an in-depth report that reviews the major trends on public attitudes toward the impeachment inquiry, including the latest polling numbers, trends in attitudes since the inquiry announcement, an overview of partisan attitudes, and the impact of impeachment on the President’s approval...

Support for impeachment is up 3 points since CNN last asked the question at the end of September. Now, 87% of Democrats, 50% of independents and 6% of Republicans feel the President should be impeached and removed. Gender and race show wide differences: 40% of...

The demise of Biden’s candidacy may have been exaggerated––at least according to these two polls which give the former VP a clear advantage…. The last debate was Oct. 15 and the SurveyUSA poll was taken Oct. 15-16 and the Politico poll was taken Oct. 16-20…....