Republican and Democratic leaders in both the House and Senate disagree about just about everything it seems, but a Rasmussen Reports survey of 1,000 adults found some common ground across party lines--all four Congressional leaders earn a net unfavorable rating from the American public.
Our April survey of the California race for governor showed Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger pulling into his first substantial lead of the year over both Democrats vying for their party's gubernatorial nomination.
Conducted the night after the primary elections , the latest Rasmussen Reports election poll of the race for Oregon Governor shows Democratic incumbent Ted Kulongoski narrowly leading Republican challenger Ron Saxton 43% to 41%.
While George W. Bush is sinking in the polls, Senator Hillary Clinton is bouncing back. Thirty-one percent (31%) of Americans say they would definitely vote for the former First Lady if she runs for President in 2008. Just 33% will definitely vote against her.
In the latest Rasmussen Reports survey of Missouri's competitive race for the U.S. Senate, Republican Senator Jim Talent narrowly leads his Democratic challenger, State Auditor Claire McCaskill, 43% to 40%.