Hillary Clinton shouldn't be surprised. It's another presidential poll and another victory for her — although the margin isn't as large as it has been in the past.
A closer look at Bruce Rauner's campaign donor sheet shows it has something in common with Forbes magazine.
A recent addition to the Center for Responsive Politics' database on Congressional Representatives' personal finances spotlights transactions of stocks, bonds and other securities made by members since 2012.
Gov. Pat Quinn is facing an increasingly uphill battle against Republican gubernatorial candidate Bruce Rauner, a new Reboot Illinois/We Ask America poll shows.
In their latest analysis of political fundraising in the Illinois governor's race, political website Reboot Illinois has pointed out the stark difference in the types of donors among the top 10 contributors to both the Pat Quinn and Bruce Rauner campaigns.
Crime is a major problem in the United States and a majority of Americans say there aren't enough police on the streets, according to a new poll from Rasmussen Reports.
Sixty-nine percent of Republicans say it's not feasible for them to live off $7.25 an hour, but only 37 percent of them are in favor of raising the minimum wage.
If Hillary Clinton were to run for president in 2016, and if the election was held today, she'd easily win, according to a new poll. | AP Photo
Even in Florida, voters would rather see another Clinton in the White House than another Bush, with a new poll showing Hillary Clinton has as much as a 21 percentage point lead over potential GOP candidates.
A day after federal courts gave conflicting rulings on Obamacare, a new poll shows more than half of Americans has either helped their families or others across the country. But more than half of Americans don't approve of the law.
Are black men in any better position now in the 50 years since the passage of the Civil Rights Act of 1964? No, and it's not even close, based on research from University of Chicago economists Derek Neal and Armin Rick.
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