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US Presidential Hopeful Kasich Loses Positions to Clinton in Home State

Nearly half of likely US voters in Ohio, home state of Republican presidential candidate John Kasich, have grown weary of his continued bid for the presidential nomination, according to a new poll by Public Policy Polling released on Monday.

Ohioans Wants Kasich to Quit

A new Public Policy Polling survey in Ohio finds that just 38% of Gov. John Kasich’s constituents think he should stay in the presidential race, compared to 49% who think it’s time for him to drop out.

PPP asks women whether HB2 makes them feel safer—surprise, it doesn't

Since North Carolina's anti-LGBT law, HB2, was passed in the name of "protecting women and children," someone finally thought of something novel: Asking women whether they feel any safer under the law.  Public Policy Polling's latest...Show More Summary

Poll: Clinton, Sanders close in CT/PA/RI; Trump Headed for Big Wins

A new Public Policy Polling poll shows former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton in a tighter race with Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders on the Democratic side than the GOP race that continues to suggest a blow out for billionaire showman Donald Trump: New Public Policy Polling surveys in Connecticut, Pennsylvania, and Rhode Island conducted on [...]Show More Summary

Latest Polling Numbers Shows TRUMP with HUGE LEADS in Northeast=> 59% CT, 51% PA, 61% RI

GOP front-runner Donald Trump holds huge leads over the Cru-sich Coalition according to the latest Public Policy Polling surveys. Ted... The post Latest Polling Numbers Shows TRUMP with HUGE LEADS in Northeast=> 59% CT, 51% PA, 61% RI appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.

Trump Headed Towards Landslide In Rhode Island

A new Public Policy Polling survey in Rhode Island finds Donald Trump leading the GOP presidential race with 61%, followed by John Kasich at 23% and Ted Cruz at 13%. On the Democratic side, Bernie Sanders leads Hillary Clinton 49% [...

Clinton, Sanders Neck and Neck in Three Upcoming US Primary Contests

The Democratic races in Connecticut and Rhode Island appear to be toss ups, with Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders each having a slight advantage in one of the states, according to a Public Policy Polling survey.

Trump Holds Big Lead In Pennsylvania

A new Public Policy Polling survey in Pennsylvania finds Donald Trump leading the GOP presidential race with 51%, followed by Ted Cruz at 25% and John Kasich at 22%. On the Democratic side, Hillary Clinton leads Bernie Sanders 51% to [...]

Trump Way Ahead In Connecticut

A new Public Policy Polling survey in Connecticut finds Donald Trump leading the GOP presidential race with 59%, followed by John Kasich at 25% and Ted Cruz at 13%. On the Democratic side, Hillary Clinton edges Bernie Sanders 48% to [...]

Poll finds Maryland divided on whether Joe Flacco is elite

The state of Maryland is divided on one of the pressing issues of our time: Is Joe Flacco elite? Public Policy Polling surveyed Maryland residents in anticipation of next week’s presidential primary, and while polling the state about politics decided to ask questions about sports as well. One of those questions was, “Do you think…

Trump Way Ahead In Maryland

A new Public Policy Polling survey in Maryland finds Donald Trump leading the GOP presidential race with 43%, followed by John Kasich at 29%, and Ted Cruz at 24%. On the Democratic side, Hillary Clinton looks to be headed for [...]

Wisconsin Poll: Sanders 49%, Hillary 43%

With boosts from a massive fundraising haul and new poll results, Bernie Sanders is harnessing energy with the Wisconsin primary days ahead. A Public Policy Polling survey in Wisconsin released Thursday found Sanders with a 6-point lead -- 49-43 percent -- over Democratic rival Hillary Clinton. Show More Summary

Hillary Clinton's Support Among Nonwhite Voters Has Collapsed

On February 27th, Hillary Clinton led Bernie Sanders among African-American voters by 52 points. By March 26th, she led Sanders among African-Americans by just nine points. And today, Public Policy Polling, a widely respected polling...Show More Summary

Polls Shows Wisconsin May Be Close

A new Public Policy Polling survey in Wisconsin shows Ted Cruz just edging Donald Trump in the GOP presidential primary, 38% to 37%, with John Kasich at 17%. On the Democratic side, Bernie Sanders leads Hillary Clinton 49% to 43%.

Kasich Helps Trump by Staying In Race

A new Public Policy Polling survey shows Donald Trump leading the GOP field nationally with 42%, followed by Ted Cruz at 32% and John Kasich at 22%. Key finding: “Kasich’s continued presence in the race really is providing a boost [...

Morning Digest: Richard Burr starts the general election with just a 5-point lead in North Carolina

Leading Off: ? NC-Sen, NC-Gov: Public Policy Polling is out with their first post-primary poll of North Carolina, and it shows the Senate race in the Tar Heel State could get very interesting in November. Republican incumbent Richard Burr leads former state Rep. Show More Summary

Trump Leads In North Carolina

A new Public Policy Polling survey in North Carolina finds Donald Trump leading the GOP presidential race with 44%, followed by Ted Cruz at 33%, John Kasich at 11% and Marco Rubio at 7%.

Poll finds most Ohioans think Ohio State would beat the Browns

With the Ohio Primary coming up, Public Policy Polling slipped in some amusing questions in the latest public opinion poll of Ohio. Including who Ohio residents think would win a game between the Ohio State Buckeyes and the Cleveland Browns. The answer: Most Ohio residents pick the Buckeyes. According to the poll, 57 percent of…

I Spent a Weekend Determining Whether or Not Ted Cruz Could Be the Zodiac Killer

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Since the release of poll results conducted by Public Policy Polling indicated that 10 percent of Floridian responders reported that they believed Ted Cruz to be the Zodiac Killer, the

Americans Don’t Trust GOP Candidates on Supreme Court

A new Public Policy Polling survey finds that only 33% of American voters trust Sen. Ted Cruz to nominate the new Supreme Court justice (57% don’t), only 31% trust Donald Trump to (62% don’t), and just 26% trust Marco Rubio [...]

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