Enraged by US President Donald Trump’s racist remarks about American Latinos, US Hispanic voters are far more interested in partaking in this year’s midterm congressional elections than they were in 2014, a new poll has found.
US voters are expressing significantly more interest in turning out to vote in one of the most polarized midterm congressional elections in decades, with Democrats enjoying more support than President Donald Trump’s fellow Republicans, according to a new survey.
Only half of American voters think Donald Trump is an intelligent president, a dramatic drop from what they thought of the Republican leader when he won the presidential election in 2016, a new poll has found.
British voters are increasingly dissatisfied with Prime Minister Theresa May and her government, and more British voters favor a second referendum on the final terms of any Brexit deal, according to a new opinion poll.
Voters have gone to polls in eight states to choose candidates in primary elections that will eventually determine whether Democrats or Republicans take control of the United States Congress during the era of President Donald Trump.
Nearly sixty percent of French voters are unhappy with President Emmanuel Macron, a survey said Wednesday, with strikes and protests growing as the ambitious young reformer prepares to mark a year in office.
Older, white, educated US voters who helped Donald Trump win the presidency in 2016 are now trending toward the Democratic Party in such numbers that their ballots could undermine Republican Party candidates in congressional midterm elections in November, according to a new poll.
Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair on Thursday warned voters that time was running out to reverse Brexit, a folly he said would torpedo Britain’s remaining clout and be regretted for generations to come.
About one in four people in Britain who voted for Brexit believe they were misled by the Leave campaign and more Britons would vote to stay in the European Union if a second EU referendum was held, a new poll has found.
Millions of British people are preparing to cast their votes in Thursday's general election, which has defied all initial projections and seems to be much closer than many, including Prime Minister Theresa May, had predicted.