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  • 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...
  • Poll lends support to ultrasound bill

     
    A Quinnipiac poll released Thursday says 51 percent of voters support a bill moving through the Legislature that requires women seeking an abortion to first have an ultrasound. The measure, SB 1744, is a second attempt at a bill vetoed by former Gov....
  • Q-Poll: Floridians like Obama, just not his policies

     
    TALLAHASSEE — The latest Quinnipiac University poll released this morning finds President Barack Obama losing Florida to a yet-unamed Republican challenger in 2012, hardly an enviable place for the president to start his re-election bid in the ever-...
  • Another poll trashes Gov. Rick Scott

     
    The good folks at Suffolk University — in Boston, even further away from Florida than Quinnipiac University in Connecticut — are out with another of their periodic polls of Florida voters. The survey of 600 registered voters shows Mitt...
  • Thursday Morning Coffee: Pennsylvanians Favor Castle Doctrine, Split On Gun Rights In New Q-Poll.

     
    Good Thursday Morning, Fellow Seekers. A toxic stew of technical problems and the whims of the weather have us seriously behind the eight ball this morning, So without further ado, here's the top five stories making news this 28th day......
  • Corbett's Approval Hits New Low In New Quinnipiac Poll.

     
    Pennsylvania Voters ... ... aren't happy with the way Gov. Tom Corbett is doing his job and Tomcorbett say his cuts are unfair. Yet most agree that the Republican should balance the state budget with spending reductions and not with new taxes, a new...
  • Low approval for Obama, two independent polls show

     
    As President Barack Obama begins his re-election campaign for 2012, his job approval among Pennsylvanians, and nationwide, is low, according to two independent polling institutes. Quinnipiac University found 53 percent of Pennsylvanians surveyed...