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Two National Polls Suggest Three-Way Tie May Be an Outlier

Two national polls released Wednesday – a Quinnipiac Poll and USA TODAY/Suffolk Poll – show Joe Biden (D) leading the Democrat field and Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) overtaking Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) and securing a second-place position. The results suggest that Monmouth University’s recent survey, indicating a three-way tie, may be an outlier.

Democratic presidential candidate, former Vice President Joe Biden speaks after exiting the stage at the Iowa Federation Labor Convention on August 21, 2019 in Altoona, Iowa. Candidates had 10 minutes each to address union members during the convention. The 2020 Democratic presidential Iowa caucuses will take place on Monday, February …

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: 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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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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