The people Americans distrust the most aren't the candidates it's the fact-checkers.
Fantasy sports participants are an important voting bloc group that politicians care a great deal about: Young, educated men with money.
Boston Mayor Marty Walsh endorsed Hillary Clinton as Clinton rolled out a $275 billion infrastructure plan.
Ted Cruz escalated tensions with Marco Rubio over the weekend as both presidential candidates continue to rise in recent polls.
During his appearance on "Meet the Press," GOP candidate Donald Trump did not back down from any of his unsubstantiated September 11th claims.
Gun activists in New Hampshire warn that if Christie gains traction, his record on guns could derail his campaign.
"Gov. Christie can work across the aisle, but he won't get rolled by the bureaucrats," the newspaper's publisher said in an endorsement.
"I did not detect any great desire for them to come to the United States," Ben Carson said after his trip to Jordan to visit Syrian refugees.
Some Iowa Republicans even those open to his message wonder if Cruz is too conservative and controversial to win the general election.
The numbers provide some evidence of the deeper problems lurking beneath the surly Republican primary vote and show a more sunny view in Democratic America.