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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.
There was no clear path to victory, but Sanders led all candidates in the new poll, conducted days before ballots were mailed.
The public wants its representatives to act. These bills in Olympia could help.
About two-thirds of respondents in the latest Crosscut/Elway Poll support restricting access to firearm magazines capable of holding dozens of rounds.
In a new Crosscut/Elway Poll, 31% of respondents said homelessness is the top issue facing the state Legislature in 2020, a 10-point increase from 2019.
The city has seen an influx of new residents. But how much will that really change how the city is run?
Disapproval of the city’s handling of homelessness is high as an election looms.
In the latest Crosscut/Elway Poll, Democrats far outnumber Republicans. It wasn’t always like this.
A new Crosscut/Elway Poll shows a populist streak that stretches across the state and mirrors a national trend.
A new Crosscut/Elway Poll finds that while there is some alignment on major economic attitudes, registered voters are still divided by partisanship and geography.
A new Crosscut/Elway Poll finds that newcomers are more likely pro-Amazon, while longtime residents are more inclined to feel left behind.
In a new poll, environmental interest earned its highest marks since 2001, and green groups want to capitalize in the legislative session.
While the governor's approval rating is at an all-time high, more than a third of Democrats polled say they aren't likely to back a presidential run.
Respondents identified social services as a high priority for the state Legislature, while climate change and orcas lagged.