But the progressive share of the 2020 Dem field has been remarkably stable, at just 30 percent.
As a Deadline for Legalizing Marijuana in Illinois Approaches, a New Poll Finds Strong Public Support
According to the survey, three-fifth of voters think pot should be legal for recreational use.
Illinois Survey That Supposedly Shows Support for Legalizing Marijuana Is 'Dwindling' Actually Shows It Is Rising
An anti-pot group's own polling shows that support for legalization is up by 78 percent since November 2017.
Here's six reasons why early 2020 polls are likely underestimating Trump's strengths and overestimating his opponents'
Just in time for 4/20!
Plus: a radical remembering of the suburbs; support for sex-work decrim in NY; Bret Easton Ellis on Mueller and media
When voters see what the actual options are, their interest in political competition plummets.
Large Majority of Millennials and Gen Z Support Private Health Insurance While Nearly Half Say They Want Socialism: Reason Roundup
Plus: Klobuchar thinks government should profit when Big Tech sells your data, and the FDA drops a ban on genetically modified salmon.
No matter their age or political persuasion, Americans have similar thoughts on this one.
An Atlantic article makes the case that some very privileged people don't want to hear from the other side.
Plus: Amash 2020?...Huwei to sue the U.S. government...and who needs Russian bots when you've got TV reporters?
Call it the "Baby, It's Cold Outside" backlash.
A new poll shows Americans (including Republicans) are rejecting Trump's nationalist view of global trade.
Tariffs and anti-free trade policies are not rising up from the democratic process but being created by the political class.
L.P. contenders in Indiana, Nevada, and Missouri are beating the spread between Democrats and Republicans. Gary Johnson is right behind them.
Polling uncertainty and a surge in voter enthusiasm could make tomorrow an embarrassing day for many in the political class.
Two new surveys this week show the Libertarian fading fast in New Mexico, though his overall polling average remains at 17%.
Plus, a Gary Johnson honorable mention.
There is no excuse to exclude high-performing Libertarians (or Greens) from "neck-and-neck" races
Libertarian haul is still dwarfed by the Democrat's, though a Rand Paul-friendly PAC is kicking in $2 million.
One has generated more wealth for more people than any other system ever tried, while the other has produced a long track record of failure, misery, and death.
Ron Paul–Backed Libertarian Senate Candidate Murray Sabrin Not Getting Polled Despite Running Against Robert Menendez
What does it take for a strong third-party candidate to get polled against a scandal-plagued incumbent? His own money, turns out.
More New Mexico Republicans favor the Libertarian than their own candidate for U.S. Senate.
Republicans, on the other hand, tend to be pro-capitalism and anti-socialism.
Toss-Up Senate Races Abandoned by Koch Network Feature Unusually Strong Libertarian Party Contenders
Neck-and-neck races in Indiana and Nevada could determine the balance of the Senate. Both feature Libertarians who have previously cracked 5% yet aren't being polled.
People don't like the idea of people who haven't been convicted yet being stuck in jail because they can't pay
At least one-quarter of New Yorkers would tell you that they won't vote Democrat or Republican, if only pollsters would ask them.
The first comprehensive survey on attitudes about human enhancement finds Americans are open to some crazy new technologies.
A new poll says voters want change. They can get it if they truly want it.
A survey by an anti-marijuana group finds that only 16 percent of Americans support the current federal policy.
New report claims U.S. overpopulation will blight their futures.
Survey finds 47 percent of people believe in the existence of intelligent alien civilizations in the universe.
White men and black women were the most likely to endorse America moving beyond the Dem-GOP binary.
Students Against Free Speech, Political Correctness Run Amok, and Other Findings from Cato's New Survey
Students are split on whether the government should restrict hate speech.
What's wrong with the other 55 percent?
Most either think hate speech isn't protected by the First Amendment or aren't sure.
Many conservatives want to proscribe the rights of Muslims, journalists, and those who "disrespect" the United States.
Or how writing about survey methodology can go wrong fast
And 20 percent don't know atheists have the same rights as everyone else.
"Our findings reveal widespread suspicion that morality requires belief in a god."
Republicans nearly at majority approval.