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Results of a Colorado likely voter poll on U.S. Senate race will be available on Thursday, Oct. 30 at 8 a.m. (6 a.m. MDT).

Results of a Florida likely voter poll on governor's race will be available on Thursday, Oct. 30 at 6 a.m.

The Oct. 29 Colorado poll found Beauprez pulls ahead in Colorado governor's race; Republican up 21 points among men. 

The Oct. 29 Iowa poll found Ernst inching ahead in Iowa Senate race; Branstad, the Iowa Institution, cruising to reelection.

The Oct. 29 Connecticut poll found war of the sexes leaves Connecticut governor's race tied; voters like Foley a little more than Malloy.

The Oct. 24 Colorado poll found Udall gains no ground in Colorado Senate race; men go Republican more than women go Democratic.

The Oct. 23 Colorado poll found Colorado governor race too close to call; Hickenlooper closes 10-point gap in five weeks. 

The Oct. 23 Iowa poll found Iowa Senate race is snout to snout; Branstad headed for place in U.S. history.

The Oct. 22 Florida poll found men, women divided as Florida governor race is dead heat; Scott, Crist both get negative ratings. 

The Oct. 22 Connecticut poll found Malloy, Foley neck and neck in Connecticut governor race; Visconti's 9 percent doesn't seem to matter.

The Oct. 16 Colorado poll found GOP challenger up 6 points in Colorado Senate race; women's shift to Udall widens gender gap.

The Oct. 15 Colorado poll found Beauprez slips in Colorado governor race; shift by women helps Hickenlooper narrow gap.

The Oct. 15 Iowa poll found shift by independents leaves Iowa Senate race close; Branstad up 15 points in governor's race.

The Oct. 8 New York poll found women give Gov. Cuomo big lead; DiNapoli outscores Schneiderman against GOP.

The Oct. 8 Connecticut poll found Malloy catches Foley in Connecticut governor's race; race is dead heat as independent gets 9 percent.

The Oct. 7 Pennsylvania poll found Wolf up 17 points in governor race; Gov. Corbett gaining little as time is running out. 

The Oct. 2 New Jersey poll found women ring Booker's bell in New Jersey Senate race; Republican challenger is little known.

The Oct. 1 Ohio likely voter poll found Kasich stomps Fitzgerald in Ohio governor race; voters know little about Dem challenger.

The Oct. 1 New Jersey poll found Clinton is blooming in the Garden State; Gov. Christie's job approval is sinking in the swamp.



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Known for its exactness and thoroughness, the Quinnipiac poll is featured regularly in The New York Times, The Washington Post, USA Today, The Wall Street Journal and on national network news broadcasts. In 2010, respected public opinion polling analyst Nate Silver ranked the Quinnipiac University poll as most accurate among major polls conducting surveys in two states or more. The Quinnipiac poll was also called "the standout performer" by City and State for the most accurate prediction in the Democratic primary for New York City mayor in 2013.

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