Democrats have increased their support for removing all or most limitations on abortion, according to a recent report by the Pew Research Center.
While the party has long held a pro-choice platform, survey data show that Democrats have shifted farther leftward on the abortion debate in recent years.
According to Pew, the percentage of Democrats who believe that abortion should be legal in all or most cases has increased from 66 percent in 2007 to 79 percent in 2016. more >>
Next week tens of millions of people across the United States of America will go to the polls and vote for the next president of the free world.
As October draws to a close, both Republican Party nominee Donald Trump and Democratic Party nominee Hillary Clinton have been weathering major public scandals.
Over the past few days Clinton has seen a decline in support following the much-publicized letter by FBI Director James Comey about a possible reopening of the investigation into her email server. more >>
Religious convictions have the greatest influence on a voter's decisions, according to a recently released study from the Ventura, California-based Barna Group.
In findings released last week, Barna found that of ten possible influences on a voter, the category of "Your Religious Beliefs" had the most respondents say that it influenced their views "A lot."
"The top-rated sources of influence are a person's religious beliefs (18% say that had 'a lot of influence') and family members (10%). The other eight sources examined fall within the five to eight percent range," noted Barna. more >>
With less than two weeks to go until the election day, Democratic Party nominee Hillary Clinton is dominating Republican Party nominee Donald Trump in the polling.
Echoing a trend found for the past few weeks, multiple election forecast sites have predicted a sweeping electoral college victory for the former secretary of state.
As Trump's Republican support continues to fracture, states that have consistently gone Republican for decades have become competitive. more >>
Democratic Party nominee Hillary Clinton and Republican Party nominee Donald Trump are nearing the home stretch of the election season.
Despite Trump still bruising from allegations that he sexually assaulted women and Clinton still bruising from the latest Wikileaks email dump, both nominees remain the two most likely figures to become president.
With the final debate over, three websites that specialize in polling and election forecasting are currently predicting a Clinton victory come November. more >>
On March 30, 2016, the National Enquirer released a bombshell report, accusing Sen. Ted Cruz of having 5 mistresses, and the mainstream media was all over it, pressing him on the accuracy of the charges, reading between the lines if he didn't explicitly deny every detail of the report, and talking about it incessantly for days.
Yet all of this was based on one single report from a notorious tabloid, and without any substantiated claims at that.
More recently, after the 2005 video surfaced of Donald Trump's infamous conversation with Billy Bush, a number of women came forward accusing Trump of inappropriate sexual behavior (serious charges to be sure), and he too was dogged with this incessantly by the mainstream media, who now had even more salacious material to report. more >>