Who do you want to run in 2016
February 26th, 2014
09:15 AM ET
2 months ago

Who do you want to run in 2016

(CNN) - More Republicans say they wouldn't like Chris Christie to run for president in 2016 than those who say want the GOP governor from New Jersey to launch a White House bid, according to a new national poll.

And the survey, from CBS News and the New York Times, also indicates that while Democrats overwhelming say they want former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton to run again, they are divided on whether they'd like to see Vice President Joe Biden launch another presidential campaign.

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Filed under: 2016 • Chris Christie • Hillary Clinton • Polls
Christie’s poll numbers still tumbling
February 24th, 2014
06:10 PM ET
2 months ago

Christie’s poll numbers still tumbling

(CNN) - New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie’s approval rating is continuing to take a hit, more than a month after the George Washington Bridge controversy made national headlines, according to a new Monmouth University/Asbury Park Press poll released Monday.

While the Republican’s approval ratings were sky-high last year during his re-election campaign, only 49% of the state’s registered voters approve of the job he’s doing now, down from 58% in January and from 70% a year ago.

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Poll: Same-sex marriage support at 50% in key state
February 24th, 2014
08:59 AM ET
2 months ago

Poll: Same-sex marriage support at 50% in key state

(CNN) - A new poll indicates a slight majority of Ohio voters support legalizing same-sex marriage in their state.

According to a Quinnipiac University survey released Monday morning, 50% of Buckeye State voters back the move, with 44% opposed to making same-sex marriage legal.

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Filed under: Gay rights • Ohio • Polls • Same-sex marriage
2016 Poll: Clinton tops GOP field in crucial state
February 20th, 2014
10:56 AM ET
2 months ago

2016 Poll: Clinton tops GOP field in crucial state

(CNN) – Ohio has voted for the winning presidential candidate in each election since 1964.

So who do Buckeye State voters say may win their state in the next race for the White House?
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Filed under: 2016 • Ohio • Polls
Polls: Public's immigration priorities changing
February 17th, 2014
01:03 PM ET
2 months ago

Polls: Public's immigration priorities changing

Washington (CNN) - A second-straight national poll indicates that many Americans have shifted their priorities when it comes to immigration reform.

According to a Gallup survey released Monday, 44% of those surveyed say it's extremely important for the United States to develop a plan to deal with the large number of undocumented immigrants.

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Filed under: CNN/ORC poll • Immigration • Polls
President at 42% on Presidents Day
February 17th, 2014
08:59 AM ET
2 months ago

President at 42% on Presidents Day

Washington (CNN) - As President Barack Obama marks his sixth Presidents Day in office, his approval ratings remain near the lowest of his presidency.

According to a CNN Poll of Polls compiled Monday, which averages the most recent non-partisan, live operator national surveys, the President's approval rating stands at 42%, with 53% of Americans giving a thumbs down to Obama's performance in the White House.

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Filed under: CNN Poll of polls • President Obama
Polls: Positive opinions of Russia, Putin plunge
February 13th, 2014
11:59 AM ET
2 months ago

Polls: Positive opinions of Russia, Putin plunge

(CNN) - As Russia hosts the Winter Olympic Games, a second straight national poll indicates that Americans' opinions of Russia have plunged.

According to a Gallup poll released Thursday, six out of 10 Americans have an unfavorable view of Russia, with just 34% holding a favorable view of the country. That's a switch from 2012, when 44% had an unfavorable view and half the public had a favorable opinion of Russia.

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Colorado Poll: Pot getting more support, but majority say it's harmful to state's image
February 10th, 2014
10:49 AM ET
2 months ago

Colorado Poll: Pot getting more support, but majority say it's harmful to state's image

(CNN) - Slightly more Colorado voters support the state's new recreational marijuana law now than six months ago, according to a new Quinnipiac University survey.

The new poll also indicates that a slim majority consider the law as harmful to the state's image.
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Filed under: Colorado • Marijuana • Polls
February 7th, 2014
05:00 PM ET
2 months ago

CNN Poll: Majority say GOP out of touch with women

Washington (CNN) - A majority of Americans, and women in particular, do not believe the Republican Party understands the problems and concerns of women today.

That's the headline from a new national poll that comes as Republicans push back against Democratic claims the GOP is out of touch on female issues and is waging a war on women.

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February 6th, 2014
05:00 PM ET
2 months ago

CNN Poll: Pathway to citizenship trumps border security

Washington (CNN) - Americans overwhelmingly favor a bill that would give most undocumented immigrants a pathway towards citizenship, according to a new national poll.

And a CNN/ORC International survey also indicates that a majority of the public says that the government's main focus should be legalizing the status of the undocumented rather than border security.
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Filed under: CNN/ORC International poll • Polls
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