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More than a third of all Americans and two-thirds of Republicans believe Congress would be justified in bringing impeachment proceedings against President Obama, according to a poll from YouGov and the Huffington Post released Monday. Thirty-five
A majority of Democrats 57 percent say the state should raise the minimum wage more than it already is scheduled to go up, while 70 percent of Republicans say currently scheduled increases are adequate or already too much. The poll's release comes a
More than half of American veterans say it is "very" or "somewhat" difficult to get access to health care through a Department of Veterans Affairs facility, according to a new Gallup poll released Tuesday. Fifty-five percent say it is "very" or "
Right up there with cheesy slogans and attack ads, praise for small businesses has become a staple of campaign season in Washington. It's likely to be the same again this fall, and with good reason. Congressional hopefuls, both incumbents and their
More Americans than not think the U.S. government gives better health care to militants captured in the war on terrorism than to U.S. troops who may have fought them on the battlefield. A Fox News poll released Wednesday finds that by a 50-31
This week, NY1 has been bringing you results of our exclusive NY1/New York Times/Siena College poll, which found that the one problem New Yorkers most want Mayor Bill de Blasio to focus on is education, but they don't like what the mayor's done so
The backlash just proved how great Trump would be for the NFL. What do Americans think of when they hear "Buffalo Bills?" Approximately 74 percent say, "Nothing," 14 percent say, "Super Bowl duds," and 12 percent say, "Didn't O.J.
According to a new survey from Public Policy Polling , Marijuana has become more popular in the two months the law legalizing recreational use of the drug has been in effect in Colorado. The poll found 57 percent of Coloradoans now say they think
At the same time, nearly half of those interviewed 47 percent say they think Keystone will pose a significant risk to the environment. That so many Americans back the pipeline, even with environmental risks , highlights the quandary facing President
In November and December last year, three Christian pastors committed suicide within 30 days of each other...Teddy Parker Jr., senior pastor of Bibb Mount Zion Baptist Church in Macon, Ga., shot himself at his home Nov. 10 while his family and