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The March 23 New York State poll found Clinton loses inches on her huge 2016 lead in New York; native sons Pataki and Cuomo way behind.

The March 19 New York State poll found voters want leaders', spouses', live-ins' income; no budget without ethics fix, voters say.

The March 18 New York State poll found New York Gov. Cuomo drops to lowest score ever; governor losing school battle to teachers' unions.

The March 13 Connecticut poll found Yankees bomb Red Sox in Quinnipiac University's 13th annual Connecticut baseball poll.

The March 12 Connecticut poll found Clinton can just e-mail it in to win Connecticut; Bush, Walker top Republican field, but trail Democratic.

The March 11 Connecticut poll found low Democratic support hurts Governor Malloy; voters say no to more casinos 4-1.

The March 9 national poll found FOX News has most trusted coverage, or not; Tina Fey, Dennis Miller top choices to replace Stewart.

The March 5 national poll found Walker, Bush in tight race among U.S. republicans; Clinton sweeps Democrat field, with Biden in the wings.

The March 4 national poll found U.S. voters back 2-1 sending troops to fight Isis; voters say 3-1 keep un-vaccinated kids out of school.

The Feb. 26 Iowa poll found Clinton is in sweet corn in Iowa Democratic caucus; Warren, Biden in tight race as second choices. 

The Feb. 25 Iowa poll found Walker has strong early lead in Iowa GOP caucus; conservative base with large dose of tea party.

The Feb. 24 swing state poll found Colorado, Iowa, Virginia governors get good grades; Colorado voters still high on legalized marijuana.

The Feb. 19 swing state poll found Colorado, Iowa, Virginia voters want un-Obama president; keep un-vaccinated kids out of school, voters say 2-1. 

The Feb. 18 swing state poll found it's Clinton v. Paul in Colorado, Iowa and Virginia. 

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