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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.
The July 20 New York State poll found corruption is very serious and Albany won't fix it, voters tell poll; effort to boost economy will fail, upstate voters say.
The July 19 New York State poll found New York is in a Clinton state of mind; Schumer leads unknown GOP challenger more than 2-1.
The July 14 swing state poll found GOP Senators sweep Florida, Ohio, Pennsylvania; Strickland 7 points down in Ohio.
The July 13 swing state poll found Clinton losing on honesty in Florida, Ohio, Pennsylvania.
The June 30 national poll found overwhelming support for no-fly, no-buy gun law; support for background checks tops 90 percent again.
The June 29 national poll found hate winning, as Clinton-Trump race too close to call; neither candidate would be good president, voters say.
The June 23 swing state poll found voters divided on transgender bathroom rights; bare majority say U.S. team should go to Olympics.
The June 22 swing state poll found Rubio leads in Florida Senate race; Toomey up in Pennsylvania, Ohio Senate race tied.
The June 21 swing state poll found Clinton inches up in Florida, Ohio, Pennsylvania.
The June 13 national poll found 93% of Americans support gun background checks; most also want ban on assault weapons.
The June 9 Connecticut poll found Yankees still number 1 in Quinnipiac's 14th annual Connecticut baseball poll.
The June 8 Connecticut poll found historic low approval for Connecticut Governor; satisfaction with life in state also hits new low.
The June 7 Connecticut poll found Clinton tops Trump in Connecticut race of the unloved; Blumenthal leads unknown GOP challengers 2-1.
The June 6 national poll found allow marijuana for vets with PTSD, U.S. voters say 10-1; slim majority says legalize marijuana in general.
The June 2 national poll found voters don't believe Clinton, Trump promises; no transgender rule for schools, voters say.
The June 1 national poll found battle of the sexes leaves Clinton with edge over Trump; she leads on brains, morals, but he's up on leadership.
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