The rise of white supremacy has turned back the clock of American history to the Jim Crow era
New residents of Georgia combined with Blacks, Hispanics, and Surburban progressives to turn the tide in a fading red political environment.
As support of change in the way police departments treat blacks grows, approval of Trump’s many missteps drops to the lowest points in his presidency and in recent presidential history.
Roughly two-thirds of Americans say they felt nervous, depressed, lonely or hopeless on at least one of their past seven days, the poll found.
In a still-crowded field, votes have many varied opinions about the candidates. Same for the man sitting in the White House.
Even Republicans say their president is at least unethical and others say he is criminal but he is what they have and that is acceptable for now. Or is it?
More than half of Americans, 55%, say they have an unfavorable opinion of President Donald Trump, while 40% say they have a favorable opinion. Eight in 10 Republicans have a favorable opinion, while nearly 9 in 10 Democrats have an unfavorable one.