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Homelessness remains a top issue as voters lean toward Harrell for mayor, finds the new Crosscut/Elway Poll.
Our latest Crosscut/Elway Poll says city, suburban and rural residents of Washington continue to move apart, but it seems like everyone is feeling left behind.
Pessimism rose despite more residents saying they’re likely to get vaccinated, a new Crosscut/Elway Poll finds.
In a new Crosscut/Elway poll, voters named the pandemic as the state’s No. 1 issue, but favored only 1 of 4 tax measures lawmakers are considering.
An explanation of why you should not use polls to predict the future, plus other advice from an expert pollster.
The Crosscut/Elway Poll finds voters support funding social services, but aren't ready to tear down law enforcement just yet.
The Crosscut/Elway Poll found the issue of policing and public safety is an important factor in regional voters’ choice for president this year.
Voters supportive of the Black Lives Matter movement say protesters aren't to blame for any violence during demonstrations.
After the latest Crosscut/Elway election poll, some want to know why the results don’t align with what they’re seeing on social media.
There are more Republicans than this time last year, and they are more optimistic than Democrats, according to the latest Crosscut/Elway Poll.
Inslee has tepid approval ratings, but Republican candidates are nowhere near him in the latest Crosscut/Elway Poll.
A new statewide Crosscut/Elway poll shows support for police reform, but fear of defunding the police.
The latest Crosscut/Elway poll found 72% of Democrats and 23% of Republicans are worried about the state’s reopening. Some want to reimpose restrictions.
The latest Crosscut/Elway Poll shows more of Washington’s GOP voters are dissenting from national party leaders when it comes to the pandemic response.
A new Crosscut/Elway Poll finds 76% of voters believe the pandemic restrictions are working, and 61% are concerned about lifting them too soon.
Washington voters reflect on how their choices changed for the state's March 10 primary after watching their preferred candidates leave the field.