Trump leads by wide margin in N.H. primary, Post-Monmouth poll finds

Haley nearly doubles her support from November, but she trails among the Republican Party’s base voters.

By Dan Balz, Scott Clement and Emily GuskinJanuary 22, 2024

How different groups voted in the Iowa caucuses, according to entrance polls

See how various groups of residents voted for a presidential nominee during the Iowa caucuses by reviewing data from the network exit poll conducted by Edison Research.

By Chris Alcantara, Janice Kai Chen, Scott Clement and Emily GuskinJanuary 16, 2024

Trump maintains wide lead in Iowa poll, while Haley climbs to second

The former president is maintaining his wide lead in Iowa over his two main rivals for the Republican presidential nomination, according to a key poll.

By Colby Itkowitz and Scott ClementJanuary 13, 2024

Nikki Haley tops Ron DeSantis for the first time in Iowa poll

A poll of Iowa voters found that Donald Trump maintains a dominant lead ahead of the caucuses, but it is the first to find Nikki Haley opening up a clear lead over Ron DeSantis.

By Scott ClementJanuary 11, 2024

A quarter of Americans believe FBI instigated Jan. 6, Post-UMD poll finds

More than 3 in 10 Republicans have adopted the falsehood that the FBI conspired to cause the Capitol riot, a Post-UMD poll finds.

By Tom Jackman, Scott Clement, Emily Guskin and Spencer S. HsuJanuary 4, 2024

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By Washington Post staffApril 21, 2020

Republican loyalty to Trump, rioters climbs in 3 years after Jan. 6 attack

Republicans are less likely to believe that those who stormed the Capitol were “mostly violent” and less likely to believe that Trump bears responsibility for Jan. 6, a Post-UMD survey found.

By Rachel Weiner, Scott Clement and Emily GuskinJanuary 2, 2024

Ron DeSantis says Trump’s indictments ‘distorted’ GOP presidential race

“I would say if I could have one thing change, I wish Trump hadn’t been indicted on any of this stuff,” DeSantis told the Christian Broadcasting Network.

By Mariana Alfaro and Scott ClementDecember 21, 2023

Trump leads GOP field by more than 4 to 1 in Michigan, Post-Monmouth poll finds

Democrats are much less enthusiastic about Biden than Republicans are about Trump.

By Scott Clement, Emily Guskin and Dan BalzDecember 14, 2023

Biden and the tale of the $16 McDonald's meal

An irregular $16 McDonald’s order, a viral TikTok and a growing conundrum for President Biden’s economic platform.

By Elana Gordon, Monica Campbell, Sean Carter, Taylor Lorenz and Mike MaddenDecember 4, 2023

Trump leads big in New Hampshire as Haley rises, Post-Monmouth poll finds

The poll confirms other polls that show former U.N. ambassador Nikki Haley moving into second place, albeit a distant second.

By Scott Clement, Dan Balz and Emily GuskinNovember 17, 2023

Our Republican debate poll finds Nikki Haley won

Fifty-three percent of Republican debate watchers are now considering voting for the former U.N. ambassador, up from 45 percent before the debate.

By Scott Clement, Emily Guskin and Clara Ence MorseNovember 9, 2023

Americans are uneasy about Middle East sports push, Post-UMD poll finds

As Middle Eastern money upends the economics of the sports world, about 4 in 10 Americans consider such investment in U.S. sports a bad thing, according to a Washington Post-University of Maryland poll.

By Rick Maese and Scott ClementNovember 9, 2023

In photos: The scene in Miami for the third Republican presidential debate

Five Republican candidates for president met for a third GOP debate at the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts in Miami.

By Washington Post staffNovember 8, 2023

Va. voters focused on education, but less on trans students, poll finds

Parents are divided on how much their children have recovered from pandemic-related learning loss.

By Karina Elwood, Scott Clement and Emily GuskinOctober 22, 2023

Post-Schar School poll: Abortion key for Democrats, women in Virginia election

Virginia’s off-year contests are the country’s only major races this year and could signal the national political mood heading into the 2024 presidential election.

By Gregory S. Schneider, Laura Vozzella, Scott Clement and Emily GuskinOctober 20, 2023

Athletes’ advocacy for voting rights garners broad support, poll finds

While Americans are divided on whether athletes should speak out on behalf of social and political causes, a clear majority support them advocating for voting rights.

By Sapna Bansil and Emily GuskinOctober 11, 2023

Most favor military aid to Ukraine, but partisan split grows, poll finds

The findings underscore the degree to which Republicans have either soured on Ukraine funding altogether or begun to question the mounting expense.

By Scott Clement, Dan Balz and Emily GuskinOctober 4, 2023

Americans don’t hate living near solar and wind farms as much as you might think

Many Americans support renewable energy infrastructure, but experts say progress can be impeded by a small, yet vocal, opposition.

By Allyson Chiu, Emily Guskin and Scott ClementOctober 3, 2023

Our Republican debate poll shows a largely unchanged race

Our poll found the views of Republican voters were little changed after the second debate.

By Scott Clement, Emily Guskin and Clara Ence MorseSeptember 28, 2023