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Rubio on track to roll over Democrat in November, poll shows

U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio looks on track to easily win re-election, giving Republicans a boost in their push to retain control of the Senate, a… 262 more words

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Rubio on track to roll over Democrat in November, poll shows

U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio looks on track to easily win re-election, giving Republicans a boost in their push to retain control of the Senate, a… 262 more words

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Clinton-Trump Race Too Close To Call, Quinnipiac University National Poll Finds -- Neither Candidate Would Be Good President, Voters Say

Democrat Hillary Clinton has 42 percent to Republican Donald Trump’s 40 percent – too close to call – as American voters say neither candidate would be a good president and that the campaign has increased hatred and prejudice in the nation, according to a Quinnipiac University National poll released today. 546 more words

Voters Back Medical Pot, Senate Race Too Close To Call

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TALLAHASSEE (CBSMiami/NSF) – About six months before Election Day, Florida voters overwhelmingly support a broad legalization of medical marijuana but are less clear about a critical U.S. 463 more words

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Poll: Trump Trumps Rubio Among Florida Republicans

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MIAMI (CBSMiami) — Ahead of the Florida primary, the Donald Trump machine rolls into the state with a big lead over native son Sen. 712 more words

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Iowa Poll: Sanders Maintains Slim Lead Over Clinton

WASHINGTON D.C. — Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders maintains a slim lead over Hillary Clinton as the Democratic presidential race in Iowa approaches its close, according to a new poll out Wednesday. 172 more words

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Quinnipiac Poll: Virtual Tie for Trump and Cruz in Iowa

HAMDEN, Connecticut — A poll released Tuesday morning shows the Republican presidential race is virtually deadlocked in Iowa.

The latest Quinnipiac University poll puts Donald Trump on top with 31-percent support among likely Iowa caucus participants. 106 more words

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