On Super Tuesday, 437 delegates are up for grabs, and just like in Michigan, America’s blue collar workers are going to play an important role especially in three of the main battleground states: Ohio, Tennessee and Georgia. But who are these workers, what are their industries, and what message do they want to hear from their potential presidential nominee?
A decisive, but not surprising, victory last night for Mitt Romney. He won the New Hampshire primary last night with almost 40 percent of the vote. But he doesn't emerge for the state as the presumptive nominee yet, and the devil is in the details. Ron Christie, Republican political strategist, political contributor for the Takeaway and It’s a Free Country, and John Zogby, president of the polling firm Zogby International, discuss Tuesday night's outcome.
The Republican candidates battled it out in a debate Wednesday night, no doubt hoping that scoring points against each other might edge them ahead in the polls. President Obama and his campaign team are hoping the polls start leaning in his favor after his key jobs speech on job creation tonight. Currently, the president’s approval ratings are at an all-time low.
Was this race effectively a "recall" on President Obama? That depends on who turned out at the voting booths yesterday. John Zogby, president of the polling firm Zogby International, gives us a picture of who turned out to vote yesterday and what surprised him in this morning's results.
Pollster describe elections like a horse race for a good reason: leads shrink, grow, and change hands, until at the very end, someone crosses the finish line first, and a winner is crowned.
John Zogby, president and CEO of polling firm Zogby International has been monitoring these changes in the final days leading up to Election Day.
Four days away from the mid-term elections, there remain a few unpredictable Senate and Congressional races that could shift the national balance of political power. As the hours tick by, what will bring out the critical voters in states like Washington, West Virginia or Illinois?
After plenty of examples suggesting otherwise, a new Gallup poll out this week indicates a majority of Americans actually support the passage of health care legislation.