A new Quinnipiac University survey of voters in Iowa has Vermont U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders with a one-point lead on former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton in the race for the Democratic Party presidential nomination.
It’s starting to look like 2008 all over again for Hillary Clinton, who began the walkup to 2016 as the presumptive favorite to win the Democratic Party presidential nomination, and is now seeing her support eroding in the polls.
Good news for Donald Trump, bad news for Donald Trump. The good news: a new Quinnipiac University poll has him building on his lead among Republican presidential candidates.
The top Republican presidential contenders have slight leads over Hillary Clinton and two other top Democratic presidential contenders according to new polling data from Quinnipiac University.
Quinnipiac Poll: Virginia voters back McAuliffe, Warner, Kaine; oh, and also medical and recreational pot
Why Quinnipiac lumped all this together into a single news release is not the issue here. The university sent out a news release on Tuesday telling us that Virginia voters approve of the jobs being done by Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe and Sens. Mark Warner and Tim Kaine, and then also that those same voters back the legalization of medical and recreational marijuana.
Nearly two-thirds of Virginia voters support a negotiated settlement to end the nuclear stalemate with Iran, though there are indications that voters are also ambivalent about whether or not such a deal will work in the long run.
Hillary Clinton will formally enter the race for the 2016 Democratic Party presidential nomination on Sunday, and she enters the race with a lead on the entire field of Republican presidential contenders.
The good news for Hillary Clinton in Virginia is that she has the early, early, early lead over her potential Republican presidential rivals.
Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe finishes his first year in office with a 49-25 percent job approval rating, according to new polling conducted by Quinnipiac University.
Voters in three critical swing states, Colorado, Iowa and Virginia, disapprove by margins of 9 percentage points of the job President Barack Obama is doing, according to a Quinnipiac University Swing State Poll released this week.
The final Quinnipiac University poll of the 2013 election season has Democrat Terry McAuliffe with a six-point lead over Republican Ken Cuccinelli in the Virginia governor race. McAuliffe gets 46 percent in the latest poll, with Cuccinelli at 40 percent and Libertarian Robert Sarvis at 8 percent.
The Democratic Party ticket appears poised for a sweep of the state races next Tuesday, according to a new poll from Roanoke College released Wednesday.
A new Quinnipiac University poll has the Virginia governor’s race basically where it was two weeks ago. Democrat Terry McAuliffe leads Republican Ken Cuccinelli by a 46 percent-to-39 percent margin. Libertarian Robert Sarvis is at 10 percent in the poll.
Nearly half of Virginia voters label Ken Cuccinelli “too conservative,” one possible reason the Republican is trailing big in the Virginia governor’s race.
Barack Obama’s job approval in Virginia is at its lowest level in two years, according to a new poll from Quinnipiac University.
Virginians say their children will live in a nation where people are mainly judged by the content of their character rather than the color of their skin
Virginia voters are divided 42-41 percent on whether Gov. Bob McDonnell is honest and trustworthy, compared to a July 17 survey when voters said 44-36 percent he was honest, according to a Quinnipiac University poll released today.
Democrat Terry McAuliffe has a 48-42 percent lead over Republican Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli in the race to become Virginia’s next governor, according to today’s Quinnipiac University poll, the first survey in this race among voters likely to vote in the November election.
A yawning gender gap in the Virginia governor’s race leaves Democrat Terry McAuliffe with a slight 43-39 percent lead over Republican State Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli, according to a Quinnipiac University poll released today.
A new Quinnipiac University/New York Times/CBS News Swing State Poll released Wednesday has Democrat Barack Obama in the lead in Virginia
A recent Quinnipiac University poll of Virginians has residents generally happy with the direction of state government – making us sort of one-of-a-kind in that respect. The only state legislature in the nation to get a positive approval rating from its residents is the Virginia General Assembly. According to the Quinnipiac poll, 47 percent of […]