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Latest Georgia Poll: Perdue (R) Leads Nunn (D) by 3

In GA, 8 Weeks Till Votes Are Counted, Republican Perdue 3 Points Atop Democrat Nunn in Battle for Open US Senate Seat; Gov Race Now Tied; GOP Candidates Still Lead in Contests For Lt Gov, Atty Gen, and Secy of State; School Supt Race Heats Up: Democrat Michelle Nunn has made progress over the past 3 weeks, slicing into Republican David Perdue’s previous 9-point lead and trimming that to 3, [...]

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2 Months Before Midterm Election, Congress Approval 14%

PRINCETON, NJ — With less than two months to go before the midterm congressional elections, 14% of Americans approve of how Congress is handling its job. This rating is one of the lowest Gallup has measured in the fall before a midterm election since 1974. Americans’ rating of Congress, from Gallup’s latest Social Series survey, conducted Sept. 4-7, is barely changed from the August reading, and matches the 14% average [...]

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Colorado: Udall (D) Leads Gardner (R) in U.S. Senate Race

In the contest for U.S. Senate in Colorado, Democratic incumbent Mark Udall leads his Republican challenger, Cory Gardner, by six points among likely voters including those who are undecided yet leaning toward a candidate. Udall’s advantage is due to his support among Latinos, independents, women, and young voters. Turning to Colorado’s contest for governor, Democratic incumbent John Hickenlooper, 43%, is in a competitive race against Republican Bob Beauprez, 39%, among [...]

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New York: Little love for Marijuana, Fracking

August 22, 2014 – Little Love For Recreational Marijuana In New York, Quinnipiac University Poll Finds; Opposition To Fracking Inches Up PDF format Only 35 percent of New York State voters want to legalize marijuana for personal use, while 44 percent want to legalize marijuana for medical use only and 19 percent say marijuana should not be legal, according to a Quinnipiac University poll released today. If personal use of [...]

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Gallup: Obama’s Support in Iowa Drops

WASHINGTON, D.C. — As a key U.S. Senate race unfolds in Iowa, President Barack Obama’s declining job approval rating may be one factor making it such a close battle. Obama’s approval rating among Iowans for the first half of the year stood at 38%, five percentage points below the national average and the lowest rating Gallup has measured in Iowa during his presidency. The Senate race pits current Democratic Rep. [...]