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Poll: Gardner Ahead By 8 Points In Senate Race

DENVER (AP) – Republican Rep. Cory Gardner is leading Democratic Sen. Mark Udall, according to a new independent poll released Thursday.

The 48-40 Gardner lead among likely voters in The Quinnipiac University Poll contrasts with two other independent polls released earlier this month that found Udall tied or slightly ahead in the race. 175 more words


Poll: Branstad Takes Large Lead Over Hatch

DES MOINES, Iowa — Iowa’s incumbent governor is all but unbeatable according to the people who took the latest poll on the race.

The Quinnipiac University poll of more than 1,100 likely voters shows Governor Terry Branstad with a 60-37 percent lead over his challenger, State Senator Jack Hatch. 48 more words


Poll: Hickenlooper Trails Beauprez By 10 Points

DENVER (AP/CBS4) – Republican gubernatorial challenger Bob Beauprez has jumped ahead of Colorado Democratic Gov. John Hickenlooper by 10 points in a poll released Wednesday, placing the once-popular incumbent behind by a substantial margin for the first time in the race. 914 more words


Pollster Interacts with class

Maurice “Mickey” Carroll, assistant director of the Quinnipiac University Poll, answered a series of our questions about New York’s 2014 gubernatorial election.

Carroll explained how polls are conducted and discussed variety of issues in the campaign. 19 more words

Governor Talks Polls, His Record, and Likeability

Four years this week Dan Malloy’s quest to become governor got a big boost thanks to a Quinnipiac University poll showing him nine points ahead of Republican rival Tom Foley. 108 more words

Poll: Foley Has 6-point Lead On Malloy In Connecticut Governor's Race

HARTFORD, Conn. (CBSNewYork/AP) — A statewide poll shows Republican Tom Foley leading incumbent Democratic Gov. Dannel P. Malloy by six percentage points as voters give the challenger high marks on the key issues of… 369 more words


Despite Poll, Bill de Blasio Expects Bill Bratton's Popularity to Grow

Police Commissioner Bill Bratton’s poll numbers took a hit after the death of Eric Garner, but Mayor Bill de Blasio said he expected that to change as people got to know his work better — and put some of the blame for the lackluster numbers on his predecessor. 569 more words