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  • Q-Poll: Sink 44, Scott 43; Rubio out front

     
    TALLAHASSEE — The last Quinnipiac University poll of likely voter taken over the weekend has Democratic gubernatorial nominee Alex Sink with 44 percent support and Republican Rick Scott at 43 percent, a further tightening since the school's poll...
  • Quinnipiac: 43% favor Casey over unnamed Republican

     
    It's two years until voters decide whether U.S. Sen. Bob Casey deserves to keep his job, but in the world of politics it's never too early to find out what voters are thinking. Quinnipiac University surveyed 1,584 Pennsylvanians from Dec.......
  • Americans divided on health care repeal

     
    As House Republicans begin their push Tuesday to repeal the health care law and the Democrats amp up efforts to defend their reforms, a new poll finds that Americans are just about equally divided on it. A Quinnipiac University found......
  • Q-Poll: Voters upbeat about the future, unsure about Scott

     
    TALLAHASSEE — A Quinnipiac University poll released Wednesday says Florida voters are generally optimistic about their prospects over the next four years, but less sure about what to make of their new governor. A month into...
  • Nelson gets mixed reviews in Q-Poll

     
    TALLAHASSEE — Democratic U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson hasn't won over the Florida electorate after more than a decade in the office, according to a new Quinnipiac Poll survey results released this morning. The poll found Nelson had a 45 percent appr...
  • Quinnipiac poll: Casey and Toomey nearly same approval

     
    Bob Casey has been a U.S. Senator for four years and has decades-long recognition from his father, the former governor of the same name. Pat Toomey has been a U.S. Senator for less than two months and his public life......
  • Thursday Morning Coffee: A Quick Fill-Up.

     
    A new Quinnipiac University poll out this BOBCASEY morning shows U.S. Sen. Bob Casey with a 44 percent to 24 percent approval rating among state voters. But even after four years in office, a third of state voters (31 percent) are undecided about him....
  • Survey says … One year later, health care reform is still puzzling

     
    One year after the health insurance overhaul bill became law, you'd think public opinion would be easy to read. You'd be wrong. Just before President Barack Obama signed the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act on March 23, 2010, CBS......
  • John Phillips: Why Hillary Clinton must run in 2012

     
    Hillary Clinton's approval ratings are going up while those for Obama are sliding....
  • Q-Poll: Scott is ‘a four-letter word,’ but voters dig the drug tests

     
    TALLAHASSEE — The latest Quinnipiac University survey of registered Florida voters suggests Gov. Rick Scott is every bit as unpopular as the Legislature or Congress, a finding that doesn't bode well for the governor's ability to command popular...
  • Rick Scott: A lesson in how not to govern.

     
         I wrote this column last week about Rick Scott shaping up to be a one-term wonder, citing a Public Policy poll. I admitted it was a Democratic polling outfit but had proven reliable. Some readers jumped on this. Well, Quinnipiac University just...