Remembering When Jerry Brown Pulled California, and His Political Career, Out of a Nose Dive
As the state's longest-serving governor leaves office buoyed by positive news stories, it's easy to forget the times when his governorship and the state budget seemed doomed to crash.
Trump's Approval Rating Continues to Fall, Even Among His Base
His ratings were again lowest among women, those aged 18 to 34, and minorities.
Congressional Probes Drive Down Presidential Approval
Research suggests that, if the focus of the Russia scandal now shifts to congressional hearings, the president's already-low approval numbers will drop even further.
Obama's Decay Curve Steeper Than Most But Not Unusual
The study of decaying presidential popularity finds Barack Obama's large point decline in his first year fits into the pattern of all recent chief executives.