A new poll estimates that more than four in 10 Illinois voters now support full marriage rights for gay and lesbian couples.
A new poll shows Mayor Rahm Emanuel getting high marks from voters during his first year in office, but little public support for an early vote on a possible Chicago teachers’ strike.
Chicago’s program to use cameras to catch speeders near schools and parks is not generating widespread support, according to a just-released poll.
From business leaders to everyday Chicagoans, there appears to be plenty of support for Chicago being host to the NATO summit in a few days.
Vote on how you feel about the Carlos Zambrano trade.
Gov. Pat Quinn said Friday that he is not dismayed about a new poll that shows most Illinois residents don’t approve of the job he’s doing.
The Chicago Cubs might have the second worst record in baseball and be 12 games back in the NL Central, but there’s one metric that has them near the top of the league, and that’s popularity.
One week before Chicago’s mayoral election, a new poll suggests there will be a clear and easy winner next Tuesday.
A new investigation has found yet another way that Illinois taxpayers are being cheated.
Job creation and retention efforts are near the top of the priority list for Chicago’s mayoral candidates, according to a Chicago Tribune questionnaire sent them on major campaign issues.
A new poll in the mayoral race shows Rahm Emanuel with a comfortable lead – but not a majority of support.
What’s the greatest technological advance over the past decade? A new poll says high-speed Internet takes the cake.
The newest, independently-commissioned poll of Chicago Mayoral Candidates, tonight shows Rahm Emanuel far ahead of the other candidates in a crowded race for mayor.
The February primary election for mayor is a long way off, but CBS 2 has obtained a new poll that shows a clear favorite already.
A new poll indicates that Republican Mark Kirk has opened up a small lead the U.S. Senate race, but it remains too close to call.
A majority of Illinois voters believe the moratorium on enforcing the state’s death penalty should be lifted, nearly 73 percent of them believe that gays and lesbians should be allowed to serve openly in the military and two-thirds favor legal marriage or civil unions for same-sex couples, all according to a poll released over the weekend.
A new poll finds that 81.3 percent of Illinois voters say the state is headed in the wrong direction.