WASHINGTON — Most Americans expect violence and unrest like the riots and protests that overran Baltimore to continue this summer, according to a new NBC News/ Wall Street Journal poll. And more than half of…
WASHINGTON — A new USA Today/Suffolk University poll finds that the Republican primary race for president is wide open. Republican voters haven’t solidified behind any single candidate. Meanwhile Democrats want Hillary Clinton to face primary…
WASHINGTON — In the wake of former Gov. Bob McDonnell’s corruption conviction, nearly two-thirds of Virginians in a recent poll say the state’s political culture is only somewhat ethical or not very honest. The Christopher…
Struggling to figure out your federal tax return? You\’re not alone, but you\’re in the minority.
The Roanoke College Poll finds that most Virginians want better flexibility in handling mental health cases and they want greater curbs on gifts to politicians.
Not happy with your job? Just wait.
A new poll finds that a majority of Virginia voters would support repealing the state\’s ban on same-sex marriage, which state voters approved in 2006.
There\’s just a few weeks to go in the campaign for governor in Virginia and every new poll and revelation could have a dramatic impact, including the conclusion of a criminal case involving the current governor\’s ex-chef.
A new Economist poll finds that a majority of Americans would prefer to live again in the bubble gum days of the 1950s.
Four months before the November election, the races for governor and attorney general in Virginia appear very tight.
A clear majority of Americans still suspect there was a conspiracy behind President John F. Kennedy\’s assassination.
Just six years after Virginia voters approved a
constitutional amendment banning same-sex
marriage, attitudes on the practice seem to be
changing in this traditionally conservative
A new survey of Virginia voters shows that three-
fourths want to close the state\’s so-called \”gun
Strike this word from you conversations: whatever. For the fourth year in a row, a Marist Poll survey ranks the word the most annoying in the American lexicon.