Alabama voters want a candidate who will represent their state with honor — and they think Doug Jones has strong moral character and Roy Moore doesn’t. That gives the Democrat the lead in the U.S. Senate race.
Republican Roy Moore, the anti-Republican establishment candidate, is tied at 42 percent apiece with Democrat Doug Jones in the U.S. Senate race in deep-red Alabama.
In the contest for New Jersey governor, Republican Lt. Gov. Kim Guadagno trails Democrat Phil Murphy by double digits. That’s according to a new Fox News Poll of likely voters in New Jersey, the first this season.
Taxes and health care. Both are top priorities in Washington — and both are issues where voters give President Trump some of his worst job ratings.
Most voters think a terrorist attack is imminent and likely to kill many Americans, according to the latest Fox News Poll. At the same time, more voters than not feel the United States is safer than before 9/11.
Majorities of American voters are unhappy with the current administration — as well as the former one — when it comes to Russian involvement in the 2016 presidential election.
The Trump administration’s pivot from health care to taxes should find a receptive audience. More than half of voters feel their taxes are too high, and nearly three-quarters think the tax system should be reformed this year — but just one-third expect their taxes to go down under President Trump.
The number of voters who want Obamacare completely repealed is at a new low — as is the number who wants to keep it as is. And for the first time, more favor expanding the law than killing it entirely.
American voters express more faith in private businesses than government to improve the economy — and have mixed views on President-elect Donald Trump’s intervention in a private business to keep jobs in the United States.
A record-high 54 percent of American voters feel the U.S. is less safe today than it was before 9/11, according to the latest Fox News national poll.