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Poll: Chris Christie Better As Governor Than President

A new poll affirms Gov. Chris Christie’s record-high popularity as New Jersey’s governor, but also shows voters are split over whether he would make a good president.


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Clinton, Christie Top Very Early 2016 Presidential Poll

For all you folks who think the presidential election cycle starts earlier and earlier, here you go.


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New Polls Show Tough Times Ahead For Governor Corbett

It’s been a week of bad polling news for Pennsylvania Governor Tom Corbett.


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Gov. Corbett Popularity Continues to Slide Among Pennsylvania Voters

A new Quinnipiac University poll shows that voters say, by a 51-to-31 percent margin, that the governor does not deserve to be re-elected.


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Christie Holds Commanding Lead Over Potential Rivals for Governorship

More than two-thirds of the 1,600 registered New Jersey voters questioned by Quinnipiac University say Christie deserves a second term.


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In Aftermath of Sandy, Higher Approval Ratings For Obama and Corbett

Superstorm “Sandy” delivered a bump in approval for both Gov. Tom Corbett and President Obama, according to a new Quinnipiac University Poll of Pennsylvania voters.


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Poll Shows Romney Narrowing Obama’s Lead in Pennsylvania

The newest Quinnipiac poll shows President Obama leading Romney by just four points, 50 to 46 percent, among likely voters.


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New Poll Shows Obama Strengthening in Three Key States

With Mitt Romney on the defensive, a new trio of state polls shows how serious the challenge might be for him in the coming weeks.


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Poll: NJ Voters Backing Obama, Menendez Re-election Efforts

The latest Quinnipiac University poll shows that New Jersey voters favor the Democratic incumbents in the upcoming general election.


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New Poll Puts Gov. Corbett at Lowest Ebb of Popularity

A new Quinnipiac University poll shows that in Pennsylvania, Pres. Obama is up, Gov. Corbett is down, and residents are in favor the state’s new voter photo ID law.


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New Poll Says Obama Would Trounce Romney In New Jersey

A new poll from Quinnipiac University says even if Romney wraps up the GOP nomination, you can keep New Jersey in the “blue” state column this fall.


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Poll: Santorum Holds Lead Over Romney In Pennsylvania GOP Presidential Race

The Quinnipiac poll shows Santorum leading Romney by six points, 41 percent to 35 percent.


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Poll: Pa. Voters Cooling To Corbett, Warming to Santorum

Governor Tom Corbett’s approval rating is down, and Rick Santorum’s is up, in the latest Quinnipiac University poll of Pennsylvania voters.


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After Christie Veto, NJ Voters Support Legalizing Gay Marriage By Widest Margin Ever

New Jersey voters support same-sex marriage by a margin of 57 to 37 percent, according to a survey conducted by the Quinnipiac University Polling Institute.


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Poll Hints That Christie As VP Would Help Romney In New Jersey, But Just A Little

Governor Chris Christie continues to fare well in the latest New Jersey poll of voters, but Republicans looking for him to join Mitt Romney on a potential presidential ticket might not be pleased with the results of a new Quinnipiac survey.