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Media Fail: Only 23 Percent Believe Stormy Daniels Is Important Issue

Despite weeks and weeks of media hype about porn star Stormy Daniels, not only has President Trump’s job approval rating jumped in the latest Quinnipiac poll, but only 23 percent of Americans believe the alleged affair is an important issue. A massive majority of 73 percent say it is not.

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Shock Poll: Trump/Clinton Dead Heat, Long Hot Summer Ahead

The poll finds that 45 percent to 37 percent of voters say Donald Trump is more trustworthy and honest. Forty-nine percent, compared with Hillary Clinton’s 43 percent, believe Trump would be a stronger leader.

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Hartford, Connecticut Rated Worst State Capital in U.S.

In an analysis that compared the 50 state capitals to identify which combines the best in “affordability, a strong economy, high education standards, and overall excellent quality of life,” Hartford, Connecticut was rated the worst U.S. state capital with a capital index score of 39.47.

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GOP Primary Poll: Trump Widens National Lead

A Quinnipiac poll released Friday shows that Republican frontrunner Donald Trump still holds a national lead over his GOP rivals. Trump earns 31% support, a +9 point lead over second place Ted Cruz (22%). Pulling into third is Marco Rubio

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Poll: Marco Rubio More Electable Than Donald Trump, Ted Cruz

With the 2016 GOP presidential nomination tightening into a three-way race between Donald Trump, Ted Cruz, and Marco Rubio, there is good news for the first-term Senator from Florida, especially during a year when Republicans are desperate to retake the

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Poll: Bernie Sanders More Electable Than Hillary Clinton

Quinnipiac released a poll Friday morning that destroys one of Hillary Clinton’s primary arguments against Bernie Sanders: Electability. In a head-to-head match-up against the GOP’s current top three (Donald Trump, Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio), the Quinnipiac data shows that the

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Quinnipiac Iowa Poll: Bernie Bests Hillary 49% to 46%

A Quinnipiac poll released on the day of the Iowa Caucus shows Bernie Sanders with a +3 point lead over Hillary Clinton, 49% to 46%.  Last week, in this same poll, Sanders held a +4 point lead, 45% to 49%.

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Poll: Majority of Voters Fear ‘Homegrown Jihadists,’ Most Oppose Accepting Syrian Refugees

Most voters oppose accepting Syrian refugees into the U.S., but they see homegrown terrorists as a greater threat, according to a new poll. A majority of voters believed the security vetting for Syrian refugees should be increased both with and without and explanation of how the government currently screens refugees — however fewer said it should be stricter with the description: 69 percent said the screening should be stricter without the description and 53 said it should be stricter with a description.

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Donald Trump on Top In Connecticut, Hillary Stumbles

Donald Trump leads the Republican field in Connecticut with 34 percent, “his highest score in any Quinnipiac University state poll so far.” And while Hillary Clinton leads on the Democrat side with 37 percent, that’s down from 53 percent back in March.

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56 Words Used By Voters To Describe Jeb Bush

In the latest Quinnipiac poll, the pollsters asked a simple question of Americans: “What is the first word that comes to mind when you think of Jeb Bush?” The answer? Jeb.

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Iran Deal Poll: Americans Oppose 2-to-1

A new Quinnipiac poll released Wednesday shows that American voters oppose the nuclear deal with Iran by a two-to-one margin. That two-thirds majority corresponds to the vote margins needed in the U.S. House and Senate to override the president’s veto and cancel the deal.

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Poll: Trump with 7 Point Lead over GOP Field

Donald Trump is number one in a new nationwide poll from Quinnipiac University, with a seven-percentage point lead over all other GOP presidential candidates. Trump took 20 percent in the poll, Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker comes in second with 13 percent.

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Poll: No Clear GOP Front Runner in Key Swing States

“With so many Republican candidates, there is no clear leader in these key swing states in the race for the 2016 presidential nomination,” says Peter A. Brown, assistant director of the Quinnipiac Poll. The poll focused on three states – Florida, Ohio and Pennsylvania – because “since 1960 no candidate has won the presidential race without taking at least two of these three states.”

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When Pollsters Lie to Voters About the Iran Deal, They Support It

A series of polls makes the case that voters support President Barack Obama’s Iran deal, despite the objections of Republicans in Congress. The latest is the Quinnipiac swing state poll, which finds that voters in Colorado, Iowa and Virginia support a deal with Iran by a 3-to-1 margin. They also support letting Congress decide by a 3-to-1 margin, so the case against the administration’s position is solid. But the poll’s support for the deal is entirely dependent on bad wording that covers up what is actually going on.