The results suggest that our nation's polarization is spiritual as well as political.
Research on Iowa counties that swung from Obama to Trump indicates that GOP success was driven far more by sexism and racism than by economic anxiety.
A new analysis finds that appeals to racial resentment inspired some white voters to support candidates whose ideology was different from theirs.
New research backs up anecdotal reports that the election of a bully inspired adolescent imitators.
When it comes to presidential scandals, is all press really good press?
Democrats understand the last election determines how the party prepares for the next one.
Legal experts weigh in on what these revelations might mean for Trump.
Rather than being honest about Russian influence in 2016, Republican leaders are trying to enhance the legitimacy of their own president and party.
New polling shows that the majority of Americans now believe Russia interfered in the last presidential election.
New research finds liberals and libertarians are particularly prone to reflective thought.
In the wake of her defeat, women were viewed as less likely to get promoted, according to new research.
New research finds that, after Trump's election, holiday gatherings with relatives who voted for the other party were often abbreviated.
Two new studies suggest Trump broadened the Republican Party's appeal by tapping into deep-seated anxieties and prejudices.
Political parties at every level of government choose their nominees through primaries. That's the most important decision a party can make—and an organization's most important decisions should be made by members of that organization.
Sixty-one percent of Americans expressed confidence in Special Counsel Robert Mueller's ability to conduct a fair investigation into Russia's involvement in the 2016 presidential election.