And 31 percent of them figure Trump "definitely" or "probably" has said the word while in office.
He claims that he is more popular among Republicans than Abraham Lincoln. What is he talking about?
A new survey says that millennials are the generation least engaged at work, and most of us are ready to look for new jobs. What's wrong with us?
Common-sense reform wouldn't just be effective, it's more popular than many candidates realize.
A whopping 46 percent of all American voters believes the media makes up stories about the president.
And 69 percent want him to quit it with the tweets.
We talked to people who voted for Obama before backing Trump—and some are having doubts less than a year after the election.
But it doesn't look like the president is draining the swamp anytime soon.
A new study shows Republicans are way more divided on economic issues than we thought.
Broad distaste for the guy in the White House won't be enough to unseat him.
How to read the polls in 2017.
The polls, models, and experts didn't know what was going to happen on Election Day, but Selena Wisnom did—she read it in a sheep's liver.