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Poll: Strong opposition to Trump policy of separating immigrant children from parents

WASHINGTON – Americans voters oppose the Trump administration’s policy of separating immigrant children from their parents by a large margin — 66 to 27 percent —  a new Quinnipiac University poll shows. The same poll, released Monday, indicated American voters also support, 79 – 15 percent, allowing immigrants who were brought to the United States  as children, known as “dreamers,” to remain here and ultimately to apply for citizenship.    Continue Reading →

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Quinnipiac poll has Trump, Clinton leading in Connecticut

Fresh off decisive wins in neighboring New York, Republican Donald J. Trump and Democrat Hillary Clinton each have significant leads among likely voters in next week’s Connecticut primary, according to a Quinnipiac University poll released Wednesday. Continue Reading →

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Trump, Clinton lead GOP, Democratic fields in Connecticut

A Quinnipiac University poll of Connecticut voters brought unsettling news Tuesday to both parties: Their presidential frontrunners are Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, but both candidates are viewed negatively by a majority of voters. Ben Carson trails Clinton by only 2 points in a general-election matchup. Continue Reading →

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Quinnipiac Poll: Foley leads Malloy by 6 points in governor’s race

Quinnipiac University’s first survey of the Connecticut governor’s race in four months found Republican Tom Foley leading Gov. Dannel P. Malloy, the first-term Democrat, by 6 percentage points among likely voters with two months left in their campaign. In a poll released Wednesday, Foley’s lead was 46 percent to 40 percent, with petitioning candidate Joe Visconti at 7 percent. Continue Reading →

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New poll, same result: Foley, Malloy tied for governor

Tom Foley goes to the Republican convention next week as the public favorite for the GOP nomination for governor, tied in the general-election match up with the Democratic incumbent, Dannel P. Malloy, according to a Quinnipiac University poll released Friday. Continue Reading →

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