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Drowning in Weak Polling, How Long Can Lindsey Graham Stay in 2016 Race?

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I want to see Lindsey Grahamesty drop out, then Christie, Kasich, Walker and Jeb Bush.

Then the other also rans. 912 more words

Trump is 'arrogant', Hillary is a 'liar' and Jeb is a 'Bush', says poll

A poll released Thursday by Quinnipiac University found that Hillary Clinton is a liar, Donald Trump is arrogant and Jeb Bush is, well, a Bush. 245 more words

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Christie Says 'These Polls Don't Mean Anything' After Latest Numbers Put Him In 9th Place In GOP Presidential Race

NEW YORK (CBNSNewYork) — New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is brushing off a new poll that puts him in ninth place in the Republican presidential race. 428 more words

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Floridians Split On Planned Parenthood Funding

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TALLAHASSEE (CBSMiami/NSF) – With a wide disparity among men and women, 48 percent of Florida voters oppose cutting off federal funding to Planned Parenthood, while 42 percent support such a move, according to a Quinnipiac University poll released Monday. 148 more words

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Q Poll: Floridians Don't Like Proposed Iran Nuke Deal

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TALLAHASSEE (CBSMiami/NSF) – A majority of Florida voters don’t like the way President Barack Obama is handling his job and even even more oppose a proposed nuclear deal with Iran, according to a new Quinnipiac University poll. 103 more words

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Poll: Biden Beats Trump In 3 Key Swing States

WASHINGTON (CBSDC) — A new poll finds that Vice President Joe Biden is trumping Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump in three key swing states.

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New Yorkers Think the City's Quality of Life Is Worse Than Ever: Poll

Ask the average New Yorker, and they’ll tell you they believe the bad old days are back

That was the finding of a new Quinnipiac University Poll released this afternoon, which found that only 33 percent of New York City voters rated the quality of life here as “very good” or “good”—the lowest number ever measured by the university, whose trend line for the question dates back to 1997. 720 more words