Conservative Republicans are about twice as likely as liberal Democrats to prefer a community where the houses are larger and farther apart.
Nearly as many Americans say protecting the environment should be a top policy priority (64%) as say this about strengthening the economy (67%)
Democrats are much more likely than Republicans to consider efforts by foreign nations to influence the election to be a “major problem.”
There's broad concern among Democrats and Republicans about the influence that made-up news could have during the 2020 presidential election.
As the race for the nomination heats up, supporters of the major Democratic candidates stand apart from one another in notable ways.
These views are more upbeat than at any point in the past two decades. More Americans say Trump’s policies have made the economy better than worse.
After months of campaigning, debating, polling and fundraising, Democratic presidential candidates face their first real-world test Feb. 3.
Most Democratic voters say this year’s caucuses and primaries will do a good job of selecting the best nominee for the presidential election.
Democrats' preferences for the nominee are deeply divided along ideological and demographic lines.
So far, 28 representatives have announced they’re retiring; four other Republicans and three Democrats are running for other offices instead.