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The Sept. 26 national poll found Clinton 44 - Trump 43, too close to call; Democrat has nine-point lead on tonight's debate.
The Sept. 23 swing state poll found incumbents have big leads in U.S. senate races in Colorado, Georgia and Iowa.
The Sept. 22 swing state poll found Trump narrows gap in Colorado, Virginia, pulls ahead in Georgia, Iowa.
The Sept. 16 national poll found American voters are pro-immigrant, anti-wall; voters concerned about immigrants' values.
The Sept. 15 national poll found by huge margin, Americans say Clinton is more qualified; except for honesty, she tops Trump on key qualities.
The Sept. 14 national poll found Trump cuts Clinton lead in half; most Americans are voting against, not for, a candidate.
The Sept. 9 swing state poll found Republicans lead in Florida, North Carolina, Ohio Senate races; Pennsylvania is close.
The Sept. 8 swing state poll found Clinton-Trump close in Florida, North Carolina, Ohio and Pennsylvania.
The Aug. 25 national poll found Clinton tops 50 percent, leads trump by 10 points; voters like Clinton more than Trump - but not much.
The Aug. 18 swing state poll found Grassley up 9 points in Iowa Senate race; Bennet swamping GOP challenger in Colorado.
The Aug. 17 swing state poll found Clinton has big leads in Colorado, Virginia, tied in Iowa.
The Aug. 11 swing state poll found Florida, Pennsylvania Senate races close; Portman has big lead in Ohio.
The Aug. 9 swing state poll found Clinton tied in Florida, up in Ohio, surging in Pennsylvania.
The Aug. 2 New York City poll found voters oppose mayor school control 3-1; de Blasio gets low marks on ethics.
The Aug. 1 New York City poll found voters give mayor big thumbs down; but de Blasio tops Stringer or Quinn in reelect bid.
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