Public Opinion

Indonesia president has big poll lead as election nears

Apr 5, 2019

Opinion surveys two weeks ahead of presidential and legislative elections show Indonesian President Joko Widodo and his ruling coalition maintaining a large lead over rivals

Ukraine's ex-PM accuses incumbent president of rigging vote

Apr 2, 2019

Ukraine's former prime minister, who polled third in the nation's tight race for the presidency, claims that the incumbent president rigged the results in his favor

The Latest: Tymoshenko disputes Ukrainian exit polls

Mar 31, 2019

Ukrainian presidential candidate Yulia Tymoshenko is disputing several exit polls that showed her failing to get enough support to qualify for a runoff

The Latest: Opposition hopes make stand in Istanbul, Ankara

Mar 31, 2019

Voters in Turkey are electing mayors for 30 large cities, and a main battleground for President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's party appears to be in the capital, Ankara

Comedian leads presidential polling in Ukraine

Mar 30, 2019

A comedian who's never held political office tops the public opinion polls ahead of Ukraine's presidential election, but even he appears to fall far short of enough support to win in the first round

For '20 Dems, more targets but uphill slog to win Senate

Mar 30, 2019

Democrats hoping to win Senate control in 2020 face a better terrain than last year, but would have to win practically every competitive seat to capture a majority

Ocasio-Cortez can't run, but she's a big part of 2020 race

Mar 29, 2019

She's too young to run for president, but Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is part of the 2020 presidential race

Poll: Most see women equal to men in politics

Mar 29, 2019

A new survey finds acceptance of women in American politics and the workforce is at a record high

Thai Election Commission faces criticism in vote count

Mar 28, 2019

Thailand's Election Commission has released full preliminary results of the recent general election, though some of data appears inaccurate, adding to concerns over the management the nation's first poll since a military coup

More Americans say gov't spends too little helping blacks

Mar 27, 2019

A poll shows that a record number of Americans say that the government doesn't spend enough to improve the conditions of African-Americans

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