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Results of a New Jersey poll on Bridgegate, Gov. Christie's approval, 2016 presidential race will be available on Monday, April 20 at 6 a.m.
The April 16 New Jersey poll found voters say Menendez should resign; voters back President Obama on Cuba, Iran.
The April 14 swing state poll found with big age, party gaps, Iowa voters split on marijuana; Colorado, Virginia voters back recreational pot.
The April 13 swing state poll found Colorado, Iowa, Virginia voters want Iran deal; voters say 5-1 talk, don't shoot to stop nukes.
The April 9 swing state poll found Paul blooms as Clinton wilts in Colorado, Iowa, Virginia.
The April 6 swing state poll found Florida, Ohio, Pennsylvania voters back marijuana; Toomey up in Pennsylvania, Strickland leads in Ohio.
The April 2 swing state poll found Bush slips in Florida, stalls in Ohio, Pennsylvania; e-mails or not, Dems love Clinton.
The April 1 swing state poll found talk, don't shoot on Iran, voters say 4-1; but Florida, Ohio, Pennsylvania voters don't trust Iran.
The March 31 presidential swing state poll found Clinton down but still up in Florida, Ohio, Pennsylvania.
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