Retail strike organizers in Chicago said raising the minimum wage to $15 per hour would benefit workers and the local economy, where workers spend their pay.
California voters are strongly in favor of allowing illegal immigrants to stay in the United States, a new poll said.
President Obama leads his likely Republican challenger, Mitt Romney, by 3 percentage points in a Los Angeles Times poll released Thursday.
Half of the respondents in a recent survey of small business owners said they prefer that the U.S. Supreme Court leave the Affordable Care Act mostly intact.
A strong majority of Americans say the United States should support Israel and keep Iran from getting nuclear weapons, a poll released Sunday indicates.
Michigan's "Reagan Democrats" have not been convinced by Democratic U.S. presidential nominee Barack Obama to return to the party, polling indicates.
A large minority of Generation Y members volunteer despite the age bracket's generalization as staunch individualists, a poll released Monday indicated.
More than 1,000 people jammed the tony Plaza Hotel in advance of a speech by U.S. Rep. Eric Cantor, the House's lone Jewish Republican, Roll Call reports.
A poll for the National Jewish Democratic Council released Monday showed likely Jewish voters favor John F. Kerry for president over George W. Bush.
A new poll shows 11 percent of American voters have seen "Fahrenheit 9/11," MoveOn.com said Friday.