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The Sept. 18 Iowa poll found Branstad looks unstoppable for sixth term; tops challenger by 23 points.
The Sept. 18 Colorado poll found GOP challenger leads Udall in senate race; more than one-third are voting against Obama.
The Sept. 17 Iowa poll found Republican up six points in Iowa senate race; big gender gap as men back Ernst by 17 points .
The Sept. 17 Colorado poll found Hickenlooper down 10 points in gov race; Democrat scores low on honesty, caring, leadership.
The Sept. 11 Pennsylvania poll found Wolf devours Corbett in governor race; voters say Democrat is better on economy, education.
The Sept. 10 Connecticut poll found Foley up six points in Connecticut governor's race; voters say Republican is better on economy, spending.
The Sept. 2 New York City poll found voters welcome Dem convention 3-1; voters want right to rent rooms like a hotel.
The Aug. 27 New York City poll found voters want their broken windows fixed; 'no excuse' for Garner death, voters say almost 3-1
The Aug. 26 New York City poll found New Yorkers divided by race on mayor, Sharpton; police commissioner's approval drops.
The Aug. 22 New York poll found little love for recreational marijuana in New York; opposition to fracking inches up.
The Aug. 21 New York poll found Clinton or Cuomo thump GOP in 2016 New York presidential race; adopted daughter runs better than native son.
The Aug. 20 New York poll found Gov. Cuomo is part of New York corruption problem; but issue has no impact as governor tops challenger 2-1.
The Aug. 11 New Jersey poll found voters want no pain in pension fix; support for bail reform is 4-1.
The Aug. 7 New Jersey poll found voters give Christie a split decision; Sandy recovery is governor's only bright spot.
The Aug. 6 New Jersey poll found Clinton blooms over Christie in Garden State; Booker tops little-known challenger by 10 points.
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