Public support for impeaching President Donald Trump has tracked steadily higher over the past few weeks, as a US House of Representatives committee held a series of televised impeachment hearings, according to a Reuters/Ipsos opinion poll released on Tuesday.
There is broad public concern in the United States about President Donald Trump’s leadership, and the Republican leader still trails behind all the leading Democratic presidential candidates, according to a new survey.
Thirty years after the fall of the Berlin Wall, today’s Eastern Europeans are fearful for the future of democracy, skeptical of government and the main political parties, and distrustful of the media, according to a new survey.
More German voters would like to see Friedrich Merz as head of the ruling center-right Christian Democrat Union (CDU) than current leader Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer, protégé of Chancellor Angela Merkel, according to a survey published on Sunday.
A majority of Americans believe social media companies have too much control over the news on their sites, and most are worried that they get a less favorable "mix" of information as a result, according to a new survey.
The number of Americans who believe President Donald Trump should be impeached rose by eight percentage points over the past week as more people learned about allegations that Trump pressured Ukraine to smear his top Democratic political rival Joe Biden, according to a Reuters/Ipsos poll released on Monday.
Austrian conservative leader Sebastian Kurz triumphed in Sunday's parliamentary election, as widely expected, but he will need a coalition partner to form a stable government, and the vote left him several options across the political spectrum.
Voters are now evenly split on whether Congress should begin impeachment proceedings against U.S. President Donald Trump, a marked increase in support for impeachment, according to a new POLITICO/Morning Consult poll.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel lost her lead over the Greens in a nationwide poll a week after her much-heralded proposal to cut greenhouse gas emissions was knocked as ‘too timid’ even by many of her supporters.
Brazil will pull out of the Mercosur trade bloc, if the opposition party wins Argentina’s presidential elections later this year and closes the economy with protectionist policies, Brazil’s Economy Minister, Paulo Guedes, said on Thursday.