Joe Biden is ahead in the polls with 52 percent as the US president only has 44 percent of it.
A solid majority of Americans -- 58 percent -- say they do not support the job President Donald Trump has done the coronavirus pandemic, according to the latest ABC News/Ipsos poll released Sunday.
Potential Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden leads President Trump, according to a new national poll which reflects a reversal in the presidential race.
Nearly three-quarters of veterans surveyed and almost 70 percent of troops’ family members support a full withdrawal of US troops from Afghanistan, according to a new poll from a conservative activist group released Wednesday.
A fresh poll says that more than half 52 percent of those surveyed do not trust what Trump has been announcing about COVID-19.
Polling stations opened at 7 a.m. on Sunday in Croatia and abroad for Croatia's seventh presidential election in which 3.855 million eligible voters are choosing between incumbent Kolinda Grabar-Kitarović and ten other candidates.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu faced calls to resign over a corruption scandal on Friday.
Afghanistan presidential election opened on Saturday amid tight security.
Seven million Tunisians can vote and choose their next president out of 26 candidates on Sunday.
A new poll in America showed that all top 2020 Democrat candidates would beat the US president Donald Trump, with Biden holding the lead.