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Goucher poll

Goucher poll

Larry Hogan and Robin Ficker.

No Maryland Republican has held a U.S. Senate Seat in nearly four decades. The last to do so was Charles McC. Mathias Jr., who retired in 1987.

Interim report from the Transportation Revenue and Infrastructure Needs Commission could recommend ways to bolster the state’s fund for road and transit projects.

Majority of those surveyed optimistic about the team making the World Series but split over support of John Angelos.

Dissatisfaction with top incumbents follows voters’ views of the direction of the city but most remain optimistic about the future.

Nearly 89% of those surveyed support making the possession of a stolen firearm a felony in Maryland.

Majority of Marylanders approve of Gov. Wes Moore’s early efforts but have concerns about the economy, the direction of the state, crime and education.

microscopic view of virus that causes COVID-19

Marylanders continue to diverge ideologically when it comes to responding to the COVID-19 pandemic, according to new Goucher Poll results released Tuesday morning. Overall,…

Marylanders are concerned about their fiscal futures and are feeling the pinch from higher prices, according to a new poll. More than half of…

State Parks

To keep and maintain Maryland’s pristine public lands, advocates and lawmakers must make the case to the public that more parks funding is needed.

The debate over the pace of reopening has raged in Maryland from the moment coronavirus forced businesses to close and schools transitioned to virtual…