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Enthusiasm for Donald Trump Fades, Yet Partisanship Keeps It Close (POLL)
Enthusiasm for Donald Trump’s candidacy has fallen, two-thirds of registered voters reject his claim not to have made unwanted sexual advances toward women and Hillary Clinton’s support has firmed in the latest ABC News/Washington Post poll. Yet the race between them remains close, a testament to
National Cheeseburger Day Excites Many Across the United States
Fans of the delicious cheese-covered patties prepare to celebrate their enjoyment of this popular lunch and dinner treat.
Qualifications, Consistency Help Clinton, While Turnout Keeps Trump in the Hunt (POLL)
Advantages on qualifications and consistency and help from an increasingly popular incumbent are aiding Hillary Clinton in the presidential race -- but with weaknesses sufficient to keep Donald Trump well in the hunt in the campaign’s closing months. Clinton has 46 percent support among likely
With Bernie Busted, Young Adults See Third-Party Appeal (POLL)
With Bernie Sanders out of the presidential race , Hillary Clinton has moved to consolidate her support in his broad base of young voters. But much of that backing is grudging, with turnout an open question and support for third-party candidates posing a potential risk to Clinton. She easily leads
Memorable Convention Moments on the RNC Floor
ABC News' Cokie Roberts, Ann Compton and Devin Dwyer talk about their most memorable moments from past conventions.
ARCHIVAL VIDEO: Pat Buchanan Speaks at the 1992 Republican National Convention
Aug. 17, 1992: In his speech, Buchanan talks of the "religious war going on...for the soul of America."
Donald Trump's Sizable Lead Among White Male Voters Increases
A new general election poll has Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton with a slight lead over Donald Trump in a general election matchup, but the presumptive Republican nominee continues to excel among while male voters. The Quinnipiac University poll released today has Trump leading among both
Trump vs. Clinton Poised to Be Battle of Most Disliked Nominees in Decades
If Americans don’t change their current views, the match-up between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton could be a race between the two most disliked nominees in at least three decades. The latest ABC News/Washington Post poll has Trump with a 60 percent unfavorable rating and Clinton at 53 percent
Donald Trump Isn't the First American Politician to Put 'America First'
Donald Trump 's foreign policy speech today was the first time that the Republican presidential front-runner clearly declared his foreign policy priorities, and he summarized them as keeping "America First." He isn't the first person to do so. "America First" has been the name of at least two
Trump's Unpopularity Stays Sky High; Cruz Hits a High in Negative Ratings (POLL)
Donald Trump ranks as the most unpopular top-tier presidential contender in more than 30 years of ABC News/Washington Post polls, trailing only former Ku Klux Klan leader David Duke among presidential candidates in any election year since 1984. At the same time, the unpopularity of Trump’s main