To find information on political polls, look through newspapers or go to websites such as Gallup, Townhall and Rasmussen Reports. Gallup is a well-known research-based company that conducts public opinion polls on topics that include political issues in the United States. As of November 2015, Gallup is tracking daily the approval rating of President Barack Obama and is also covering the 2016 presidential election, as noted by this organization's official website, Gallup.com.
By visiting the Gallup website, visitors can find polls on the favorability of the presidential nomination candidates for 2016 prior to and after the debates and the unfavorable rating among members of the Republican Party. Additionally, there are many other political polls available on this site.
At Townhall.com, there are poll trackers for the Republican and Democratic presidential nomination candidates for the 2016 elections. The Townhall website provides conservative news, commentaries and political polls on many different issues.
RasmussenReports.com offers the current daily presidential tracing poll and tracking President's Obama job approval. As of November 2015, there are other polls on issues such as the right to gun ownership and whether voters believe that the U.S. is heading in the right direction, as noted by Rasmussen Reports. Rasmussen Reports is a major nonpartisan polling company that collects and publishes information on public opinion.