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YouGov South Carolina: Graham, Scott commanding lead in 2014 Senate

COLUMBIA, SC — Republican Sen. Lindsey Graham is facing a closer race over his Democratic rival than fellow Palmetto State GOP senator, Tim Scott, according to a new poll. Graham leads with 37 percent in his race to Democratic state Sen. Brad Hutto’s 28 percent, according to the poll by YouGov, The New York Times and CBS. Graham’s lead over Hutto grows when voters leaning Republican versus Democrat are added. [...]

Arizona Governor: Ducey (R) 40%, DuVal (D) 40%

Arizona Governor: Ducey (R) 40%, DuVal (D) 40%

The race to be Arizona’s next governor is a dead heat. Arizona is rated a Toss-Up on the Rasmussen Reports 2014 Gubernatorial Scorecard. The race will determine the successor to Republican Jan Brewer who is term-limited. (To see survey question wording, click here.) Read the Rest at: Rasmussen Latest Political Poll Projection has the 2014 Arizona Governor race: DuVal (D) +1.5 2014 Arizona Governor Race Arizona Governor – Ducey vs. [...]

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Americans Approve of Unions but Support “Right to Work”

PRINCETON, NJ — A slim majority of Americans, 53%, approve of labor unions, although approval remains on the low end of Gallup’s nearly 80-year trend on this question. Approval has been as high as 75% in the 1950s. Currently, 38% disapprove of unions. At the same time Americans express greater approval than disapproval of unions, they widely support right-to-work laws. Those laws allow workers to hold jobs in unionized workplaces [...]

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Sabato: GOP Senate pickup of Six to Seven Seats

Earlier this week we offered a pre-Labor Day assessment of the midterm state of play in the Senate, House, and gubernatorial races coming up in November. The conclusion of that piece, written in Politico Magazine, is as follows: The overall picture is this: A Republican Senate gain of four-to-eight seats, with a GOP Senate pickup of six-to-seven seats the likeliest outcome; a GOP gain of somewhere around a half-dozen seats [...]

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New York City divided by race as Sharpton approval drops

August 26, 2014 – New Yorkers Divided By Race On Mayor, Sharpton, Quinnipiac University Poll Finds; Police Commissioner’s Approval Drops PDF format New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio clings to a 50 – 32 percent job approval rating, marked by a continuing divide between black and white voters, according to a Quinnipiac University poll released today. Rev. Al Sharpton (Media Credit: MSNBC) Today’s rating is little changed from a [...]