President Barack Obama is now a lame duck president, but he’s still getting high approval ratings in polls, but still not as high as Ronald Reagan’s at the end of his second term.
Faithless electors are the last hope of Hillary Clinton supporters, who have signed a petition on Change.org urging electors to ditch Donald Trump. Some states fine faithless electors.
Not everyone got Clinton vs. Trump wrong. Meet the election oracles: The professors and pollsters (and Michael Moore) who predicted Donald Trump’s strength in final election results.
A lot of the 2016 presidential polls in Clinton vs. Trump were wrong. Why? Who got it right?
The new VoteCastr system published vote total results estimated throughout election day. How wrong were the numbers that they compiled, and why?
Florida election results show promising signs for Hillary Clinton as turnout is reportedly higher in Democratic strongholds than it was in 2012.
Exit polls are starting to come in on 2016 presidential election day. Here’s what they say.
Latest 2016 presidential polls and election predictions show Clinton vs. Trump remains a tight race in some key battleground states with November 8 now here.
Latest 2016 presidential polls in Clinton vs. Trump show some battleground states are virtually deadlocked. The electoral college could also tie. Here’s how.
Nevada early voting results appear to favor Hillary Clinton due to high Latino voter turnout. But is there a way Donald Trump can still win the crucial state?
In a final batch of 2016 presidential polls, Emerson College sees an Electoral College landslide for Democrat Hillary Clinton, who will win the White House.
Using 2016 latest presidential polls as a guide, here are 9 plausible election outcomes in Clinton vs. Trump with electoral college maps.
The final NBC News/Wall Street Journal presidential poll shows that Hillary Clinton holds a lead among women voters that could give her the presidency.
Latest 2016 presidential for Clinton vs. Trump shows the race in many battleground states remains very tight.
Hillary Clinton is beating Donald Trump by nearly nine percentage points in early voting results after almost 40 million Americans have cast their ballots.