Reuters - Pessimism over the economy is rising and the grim mood could hurt both parties in the November 2 congressional elections, according to an NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll released on Wednesday.
An NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll released Wednesday found 48% of Americans don't want President Barack Obama to take executive action on immigration. According to the poll, 38% would support executive action from the president and 14% have no opinion or are unsure.
Both parties’ presidential front-runners are growing increasingly unpopular, a new Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll finds, with Hillary Clinton showing an especially steep decline over the past month.
A new poll released Wednesday found that billionaire businessman Donald Trump held a double-digit lead in the Republican presidential race. According to the ABC News survey, Trump got a full 32% of the vote in the crowded GOP field.