Democrats view socialism better than capitalism by a significant margin, according to a new Gallup poll, with 57 percent viewing socialism in a positive light against just 47 percent viewing capitalism positively.
Gallup started tracking former Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton’s favorability rating more than 25 years ago, and based on the latest data, her public image has hit an all-time low.
A recent Gallup Poll shows that a majority of Americans prefer having state governments having power as opposed to the federal government.
Americans view the economy as the top policy priority the next president should tackle upon entering the White House in 2017, according to a new Gallup poll released Wednesday.
Sociological research has long associated the institution of marriage as a positive factor when evaluating a couple’s well being. Some argue that married people are happier, but others argue that people that are already social, happy people tend to be the type to get married.
As the second enrollment period has opened for Americans, the Affordable Care Act has hit a new low in approval and a new high in disapproval, according to the latest Gallup poll, released Monday.
As midterm elections loom, voters are planning to let President Obama know how they really feel about his policies.
Gallup is out with a new survey that gauges voter priorities ahead of the 2014 midterm elections in November. It also asked voters which party they thought was best suited to address these priorities.
On the two issues voters said were most important—the economy and the budget deficit—Republicans scored better. On the three issues voters said were least important—immigration, global warming, and same-sex marriage—Democrats were seen as most competent (albeit just barely with respect to immigration).
Nearly 80 percent of Americans lack confidence in television news, a historic low, according to a new Gallup poll.