Quinnipiac University Polling Institute

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Poll Gives Obama Higher Personality Than Policy Ratings

The Quinnipiac University Polling Institute says three out of four voters like President Obama personally but only 42 percent say they like his policies.


(Opponents to the governor's bill to eliminate collective bargaining rights for many state workers protest at the state capitol in Madison, Wisc. on Tuesday.  AP photo)

Poll Shows Americans Split Over Government Shutdowns, And Unions

The findings of the new Quinnipiac University poll, just released, includes what nearly 2,000 people think about government shutdowns — and public-sector labor unions.


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Poll: Obama Rating Increases Among Pennsylvania Voters

What do Pennsylvanians think about President Obama, his programs and policies, and one of his most important allies in the US Senate — Bob Casey of Pennsylvania?


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Poll: Pennsylvanians Give Corbett Good Rating As Governor

A new poll shows that Pennsylvania voters generally like the state’s new governor — those, that is, who have any opinion of him at all.


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Gov. Christie Gets Decent Grades In Two New NJ Polls

One year into his term, registered voters are giving Christie a pair of “thumbs ups.”


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Sell Off State Liquor Stores For Cash, Say Pennsylvanians

A new Quinnipiac University Poll finds broad support among Pennsylvanians for selling off the state liquor store system.


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Newest Poll: Independents Helping GOP Candidates in Penna.

The final Quinnipiac University poll of the 2010 campaign shows what most other polls show: that the Republican candidates lead in the Pennsylvania races for governor and US Senate, with the Senate race tighter than the contest for governor.



New Polls Show Dems Catching Up In Two Crucial Pa. Races

The latest poll shows Corbett ahead by only five points among likely voters, 49 to 44 percent.