1. Editor-in-Chief Insights: Factors Affecting the GOP Convention Bounce

  2. Election Matters: What Romney Needs From the Republican National Convention

  3. Election Matters: Majority in Swing States Say Lives No Better Than Four Years Ago

  4. Americans' Views of Congress Revert to All-Time Low

  5. Editor-in-Chief Insights: Paul Ryan's Impact on Americans' Presidential Vote

  6. Election Matters: Americans' Initial Reactions to Paul Ryan

  7. Election Matters: Obama's Swing State Status and Romney's Hidden Advantage

  8. Obama Job Approval Highest in D.C.; Lowest in Utah

  9. Americans' Top Priorities for the Next President

  10. Election Matters: The Most Important Number in the Presidential Race

  11. Eight in 10 Americans Say Obesity Is a Serious Problem

  12. Election Matters: What to Watch for in the Next 100 Days

  13. Romney and Obama in Tight Race, Despite Struggling Economy

  14. Election Matters: No Benefit to Romney Yet From Americans' Declining Economic Confidence

  15. Editor-in-Chief Insights: Gender and Age Make a Difference in 2012 Race

  16. Obama Leads in the East, Romney in the South

  17. Election Matters: The Campaign Ad Flood and the Demographic Divide

  18. Editor-in-Chief Insights: Swing States Inundated With More Campaign Ads

  19. Editor-in-Chief Insights: Assessing Obama's Re-Election Chances

  20. Election Matters: Impact of the Healthcare Decision and the Influence of First Ladies

  21. Economic Confidence Declines for Fourth Consecutive Week

  22. Election Matters: Hispanics' Political Preferences and Declining Economic Confidence

  23. Obama Wins on Empathy, Romney on Ability to Manage Government

  24. Nearly One in Five Americans Would Not Vote for a Mormon Presidential Candidate

  25. Election Matters: The Veepstakes and Immigration

  26. Americans' Low Satisfaction With the U.S. and the Implications for Obama

  27. Election Matters: Obama's Not-so-Bad Week and the Pending Healthcare Ruling

  28. Obama Generates More Positive and Negative Views Than Romney

  29. Obama's Approval Rating Continues to Hint at a Close Election

  30. Election Matters: The May Jobs Report and What's Inhibiting the American Dream

  31. Election Matters: Using History to Assess Obama's Re-Election Chances

  32. Editor-in-Chief Insights: Religion Relates to Presidential Preference

  33. Most in U.S. OK With Birth Control, but Democrats, GOP Divided on Other Moral Issues

  34. Election Matters: Obama and Romney Have Starkly Different Economic Strengths

  35. More Americans See Better Economic Future Under Romney Than Obama

  36. Nonwhites, Nonreligious Support Obama; Whites, the Religious Are for Romney

  37. Election Matters: Americans' Election Predictions

  38. Editor-in-Chief Insights: More Americans Want to Be Rich

  39. Obama Ahead in Likability, Romney in Ability to Manage Government

  40. Election Matters: Swing-State Dynamics and Views on Same-Sex Marriage

  41. Hispanic Catholics Pro-Obama, Non-Hispanic Catholics Pro-Romney

  42. Obama's Approval Rating on Edge of Historical Re-Election Threshold

  43. Election Matters: The Next Phase of the Presidential Election

  44. One-Third in U.S. Expect Housing Prices to Increase, a Decade Low

  45. The Highly Religious Choose Romney, the Less Religious, Obama

  46. Election Matters: Six Key Ways to Forecast the Presidential Election

  47. Editor-in-Chief Insights: Congressional Approval Up Slightly

  48. Election Matters: Presidential Race Off to a Close Start

  49. Election Matters: Answers to Top Polling Questions

  50. Republicans, Democrats Differ on Energy and Environmental Proposals

  51. Editor-in-Chief Insights: In the U.S., the Economic Scene Is Improving

  52. Election Matters: Obama Leads Romney Among Female Voters

  53. For Americans, Economic Growth Still Wins Out Over Environment

  54. Five Need-to-Know Findings About Americans' Views on the Healthcare Law

  55. Election Matters: The Healthcare Vote

  56. Politics Affect Americans' Views of the Cause of Warm Weather

  57. Election Matters: Debunking Conventional Wisdom on Gas Prices and Gingrich

  58. Republicans' Enthusiasm About Voting for GOP Candidates Relatively Low

  59. Editor-in-Chief Insights: More Americans Satisfied With the Direction of the U.S.

  60. Election Matters: Things Looking Up for Obama

  61. Editor-in-Chief Insights: Americans Divided on Military Spending

  62. Democrats More Enthusiastic About Obama Than GOP Is About Romney

  63. Election Matters: Romney Makes a Breakthrough

  64. Editor-in-Chief Insights: Election 2012's Attention Deficit

  65. Editor-in-Chief Insights: Key Issues for Voters

  66. Topsy-Turvy GOP Race

  67. Election Matters: Resurgent Romney

  68. Editor-in-Chief Insights: Santorum's vs. Romney's Strength

  69. Election Matters: Santorum's Stamina and the Best Rectestent President

  70. Gallup Event: Religion, Wellbeing, and Health -- Part 1

  71. Gallup Event: Religion, Wellbeing, and Health -- Part 2

  72. Election Matters: Santorum's Rise and the Contraception Controversy

  73. Majority of Americans View China as the World's Leading Economic Power

  74. Obama's Approval Ratings Lowest on Deficit, Economy, Foreign Trade

  75. Election Matters: Why Being a "Massachusetts Moderate" May Not Be Bad

  76. States in East Are Most Democratic; in West, Most Republican

  77. Obama Approval Highest in D.C., Lowest in Utah

  78. Election Matters: Strengths, for Now

  79. Majority of Americans Want Government to Act on Home Foreclosures

  80. State of the Union's Key Focus Syncs With Americans' Priorities

  81. Election Matters: Topsy-Turvy GOP Contest Continues

  82. Take a Tour of the New Gallup.com

  83. Election Matters: Huntsman's Exit Does Not Help Others

  84. Slightly More Americans Prefer Obama Than GOP Steer U.S.

  85. Americans' Top Worries About the National Economy

  86. Election Matters: Romney Breaks 30% Barrier

  87. Three Positive Signs for Obama's Re-Election Chances

  88. Four Post-Iowa Need-to-Know Insights

  89. Election Matters: Post-Iowa Insights

  90. Election Matters: Top 10 Findings From 2011

  91. Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton Still Top Most Admired List

  92. Gingrich Well-Liked by Republicans, Not by Democrats

  93. Gingrich Loses Lead, Now Tied With Romney

  94. Election Matters: Gingrich Falls Victim to Rainbow Curse

  95. Editor-in-Chief Insights: Gingrich Still Leads Romney

  96. Election Matters: Obama Faces Tough Swing State Landscape

  97. Americans Down on Congressional Incumbents

  98. Gingrich Has Edge Among Older, More Conservative Republicans

  99. Election Matters: GOP Voters Back Gingrich; Obama's Bad News