Most evangelical leaders don't contribute financially to political candidates, according to a new survey. Sixty-four percent of the board of directors of the National Association of Evangelicals said they don't support political candidates with monetary donations.
Hours before Election Day, the latest and final presidential poll by Gallup was released, showing GOP candidate Mitt Romney holding a one point lead over President Barack Obama.
Early voting results reveal a larger Democratic turnout compared to Republicans, thus favoring President Barack Obama.
The weekend before Election Day, a new presidential poll shows President Barack Obama leading in the swing state of Ohio by six points. His edge over Mitt Romney is much smaller in Florida.
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Another presidential poll reveals what most national polls are showing: the presidential race is deadlocked. Going into the final weekend before the election, Public Policy Polling released its latest results, showing President Obama only up by one.
Most presidential polls show President Barack Obama and GOP candidate Mitt Romney neck and neck in the home stretch of the election, but Obama may get a slight boost for his response to Hurricane Sandy. A new Washington Post-ABC News poll says most likely voters, including those who support Romney, say Obama is doing a good job in dealing with the super storm.
A presidential poll released Wednesday reveals President Barack Obama leading Mitt Romney by one percent, 47 to 46 percent among likely voters, which is a statistical tie.
As Americans throughout the East Coast reel from the devastation of Hurricane Sandy, the question many victims and viewers are asking is "Where was God?" Best-selling author Max Lucado sought to answer the question Tuesday as some 8 million people were left without power and at least 50 people were found dead.
A new presidential poll released by the Pew Research Center Monday shows President Barack Obama and GOP candidate Mitt Romney neck and neck with likely voters.