The FINANCIAL -- Most voters blame disagreements between President Trump and congressional Democrats on politics alone but don’t think the ongoing protests against the new president are going to make any ...

The FINANCIAL -- About half of Americans say President Donald Trump is moving too fast in addressing the major problems facing the country today, with most of the rest saying his speed of action is ...

The FINANCIAL -- Wyoming, North Dakota and Mississippi are the most right-leaning states in the nation, with self-identified conservatives in each state outnumbering self-identified liberals by more ...

The FINANCIAL -- Most voters aren’t as insistent as President Trump but think Mexico should pay for at least some of the new border wall. Perhaps in part that’s because they still question ...

The FINANCIAL -- The 115th Congress took office in January and set to work on an agenda that includes confirming President Donald Trump’s Cabinet nominees, addressing illegal immigration and ...

The FINANCIAL -- Americans' recently improved confidence in the U.S. economy held firm last week as Gallup's Economic Confidence Index averaged +14, similar to +13 one week ...

The FINANCIAL -- An executive order signed Jan. 27 by President Donald Trump suspends refugee admissions for 120 days while security procedures are reviewed, though the resettlement of persecuted ...

The FINANCIAL -- Americans' confidence in the U.S. economy remained strong in January. Gallup's U.S. Economic Confidence Index averaged +11, the highest monthly average in Gallup's nine-year trend. ...

The FINANCIAL -- Americans' daily self-reports of spending fell to an average of $88 in January, down from $105 in December. This is consistent with the drops in January over the previous four ...