Tuesday on Political Rewind: A new poll shows Georgia's race for U.S. Senate is up for grabs. Georgia's Court of Appeals ruled that early voting can go forward this upcoming Saturday. The state also appealed the suspension of a 2019 abortion law. And Sen. Lindsey Graham testifies in Fulton County today.
Thursday on Political Rewind: A Fulton County judge will hear a case against Georgia's abortion law two weeks before Election Day. Plus, the woman alleging Herschel Walker paid for an abortion revealed that the two have a child together. And more record fundraising for campaigns.
Republicans and Democrats increasingly think people in the other party are closed-minded, dishonest, unintelligent and, even, immoral.
Democrats' approval of President Biden has dropped 9 points, pushing him to just a 36% approval rating in the latest NPR/PBS NewsHour/Marist poll.
Biden has been faulted for speeches that do not seem to meet the moment or lack the urgency to compel others to follow. His soothing approach to issues that prompt anger has often failed to soothe.
When it comes to political images, seeing shouldn’t always be believing. Case in point is an image recently tweeted by Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp that is misleadingly presented to make his polling advantage over Republican rival David Perdue appear larger than it actually is in a hypothetical general election matchup with Democratic candidate Stacey Abrams.
The majority-white, majority Republican rural county planned to move from seven to one polling place because of scarce resources and a change in voter behavior.
President Biden's polls have plunged. As his agenda stalled, his party lost the Virginia gubernatorial race. The infrastructure win gives him some lift as he now tries to pass a much-tougher bill.
The Harvard survey shows that despite living through one of the most divisive eras in U.S. history, 18- to 29-year-olds — especially those of color — are generally optimistic about the future.
President Trump gets higher marks for handling the economy than just about anything else, despite presiding over the worst recession since the Great Depression.