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The Nov. 25 Iowa poll found Clinton leads Iowa Democratic caucus, but weak on economy; Iowa Democrats welcome Syrian refugees 6-1.
The Nov. 24 Iowa poll found Trump, Cruz on top in topsy-turvy Iowa GOP caucus; keep Syrian refugees out, Republicans say 5-1.
The Nov. 19 Colorado poll found voters say don't arrest or expel teen sexters; voters say let teachers carry guns in school.
The Nov. 18 Colorado poll found Carson is top doc in Colorado Republican race; all top GOP candidates lead Clinton by double-digits.
The Nov. 11 New Jersey poll found support for New Jersey gas tax hike drops; Menendez should resign, voters say.
The Nov. 10 New Jersey poll found voters tell Gov. Christie 2-1 to come home; Gov. in distant fourth place in GOP presidential race.
The Nov. 5 national poll found American voters say Carter is best ex-president; the word "control" affects attitudes on guns.
The Nov. 4 national poll found the doctor is in as Carson ties Trump in GOP race; Carson tops Clinton by 10 points in general election.
The Nov. 2 New York City poll found New Yorkers want to keep on tipping; Manhattan v. boroughs divide on taxi TV.
The Oct. 30 New York City poll found mayor gets negative 2-1 marks on poverty; 53 percent say quality of life is worse.
The Oct. 29 New York City poll found Mayor de Blasio's job approval hovers on brink; mayor hits 41% in Dem primary, tops Kelly in face-off.
The Oct. 23 Iowa poll found Clinton back on top in Iowa Democratic Caucus; debate viewers say 2-1 Clinton topped Sanders.
The Oct. 22 Iowa poll found Carson tops Trump in Iowa GOP caucus; Bush tied in sixth place with 5 percent.
The Oct. 14 Connecticut poll found Malloy hits rock bottom in Connecticut; Blumenthal up 2-1 in 2016 reelection bid.
The Oct. 13 Connecticut poll found Trump is tops as Clinton drops in Connecticut primaries; Biden is top vote-getter in general election.
The Oct. 8 swing state poll found Florida, Ohio back personal pot, Pennsylvania split; Keystone State voters say attorney general must go.
The Oct. 7 swing state poll found Biden, Carson are hot in Florida, Ohio, Pennsylvania.
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