Poll: 45 Percent Blame Trump for Political Division

Less than half of American voters, or 45 percent, blame President Donald Trump for the increased political division in the United States, says an April 12-15 poll by Rasmussen. 

Collage of President Donald Trump and Oprah Winfrey

Poll: Oprah Beats Trump 48-38 with Likely Voters in 2020 Election

President Trump said that he liked Oprah Winfrey and didn’t believe she would run for president in 2020, when he spoke with reporters on Tuesday. Though he did express confidence if Winfrey did run, saying: “Yeah I’ll beat Oprah. Oprah would be a lot of fun.”

CLEVELAND, OH - JULY 21: Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump gives two thumbs up to the crowd during the evening session on the fourth day of the Republican National Convention on July 21, 2016 at the Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland, Ohio. Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump received the number …

President Trump’s Poll Numbers Boom with the Economy

Despite the elitist media’s malevolent intentions to distract from President Trump’s historical successes in the first year of his presidency, word and the results are getting through to the only people that matter, voters. And the latest job approval numbers for the president reflect this.


Poll: Majority of Voters Want to See Hillary Clinton’s Health Records

With mounting questions about Hillary Clinton’s health, a Rasmussen poll released Thursday shows a significant majority of voters think that major Presidential candidates should publicly release their most recent health records. The poll found the percentage of voters who support the release of health records increasing more than twenty points since 2014.

Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump look set to slug it out for the White House in November's presidential election

Rasmussen: Donald Trump Rises to Lead Over Hillary Clinton

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump leads Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton among likely voters, male voters, non-black minority and white voters, voters not affiliated with either of the two major political parties, and he pulls more crossover voters than Clinton in a Rasmussen Reports poll released on Thursday.

Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton (left) and Republican hopeful Donald Trump are hoping to secure big wins in the New York presidential primary

Poll: Trump Edges Clinton when Voters Pushed

A new poll from Rasmussen Reports shows Donald Trump edging Hillary Clinton in a hypothetical general election match-up. The poll, of likely voters, finds Trump with 41 percent, followed closely by Clinton with 39 percent.