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The Aug. 31 national poll found American voters dissatisfied, angry, distrustful; wide support for college tuition assistance.
The Aug. 27 national poll found Biden runs better than Clinton against top Republicans; Trump GOP lead grows as Clinton Dem lead shrinks.
The Aug. 25 swing state poll found Pennsylvania voters say attorney general should quit; Florida gov. finally breaks even, as Ohio's Kasich soars.
The Aug. 24 swing state poll found Florida, Ohio, Pennsylvania voters back limits on coal 2-1; voters in each state oppose Iran nuke deal 2-1.
The Aug. 20 swing state poll found Biden tops Trump in Florida, Ohio, Pennsylvania.
The Aug. 11 New York City poll found voters oppose Iran nuclear pact.
The Aug. 10 New York City poll found voters question elected leaders on Uber; support for bridge toll plan stalls short of 50 percent.
The Aug. 6 New York City poll found worries about crime, homeless grow in New York City; voters will pay more for $15 fast food wage.
The Aug. 5 New York City poll found Cuomo, Stringer top de Blasio among New Yorkers; city voters split on mayor-governor Albany battle.
The Aug. 3 national poll found American voters oppose Iran deal 2-1; pope's climate change message gets huge support.
TheJuly 30 national poll found Trump tops Republican pack by wide margin; but Dems trump Trump in general election.
The July 27 swing state poll found Virginia voters split on confederate flag; Colorado voters back death for Holmes 2-1.
The July 23 swing state poll found Colorado, Iowa, Virginia voters back Pope on climate; voters say leave same-sex marriage alone.
The July 22 swing state poll found Clinton in trouble in Colorado, Iowa, Virginia; Trump's negatives are almost 2-1.
The July 6 Iowa poll found income inequality, immigration divide Iowa Dems, GOP; big split on sending U.S. troops to fight ISIS.
The July 2 Iowa poll found Sanders gains on Clinton in Iowa Dem caucus; Dems say 4-1 Clinton is honest.
The July 1 Iowa poll found it's Walker plus six also-rans in Iowa GOP caucus; Christie in 15th place in field of 16.
The June 24 swing state poll found Jenner's gender change changes few minds in Florida, Ohio, Pennsylvania.
The June 22 swing state poll found Dems ahead in Florida, Ohio Senate races; Toomey gives GOP edge in Pennsylvania.
The June 18 swing state poll found GOP plays 'who's on first' in Florida, Ohio, Pennsylvania; Clinton has Dem bases loaded.
The June 17 swing state poll found Clinton, Rubio close in Florida, Ohio, Pennsylvania.
The June 8 New York poll found Pataki, Rubio, Bush top GOP pack in New York; Empire State Democrats in Clinton state of mind.
The June 4 New York poll found voters back tax help for private schools 2-1; state voters oppose mayoral control of NYC schools.
The June 3 New York poll found ethics help pull New York Gov. Cuomo to new low; voters say 2-1 clean house to clean up Albany.
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