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Florida voters overwhelmingly support legalizing medical marijuana, 88 to 10 percent, while a smaller margin says adults should be allowed to possess a bit of the drug for personal use, according to a new poll.
Exactly half of Colorado voters think the Supreme Court got it right when it said closely held corporations may opt out of an Obamacare rule that requires employers to include contraception in their health plans, according to a Quinnipiac University poll released Monday.
The Colorado Senate race is still locked in a statistical tie, but now Republican Rep. Cory Gardner is the candidate leading by a nose, according to a poll released Thursday.
Six in 10 American voters say the war in Iraq was the wrong thing to do and a majority think President Obama's decision to pull U.S. troops out in 2011 was the right thing to do, said a Quinnipiac University poll released Thursday.
Poll after poll shows President Obama's approval rating dipping recently, and one new Quinnipiac University Poll finds that voters say Mitt Romney would have been a better choice in 2012.
State Sen. Joni Ernst has received a bounce in support following her victory in the GOP primary earlier this month, putting her within striking distance of Democratic Rep. Bruce Braley in the Iowa Senate race.
Fearful that her family would learn she was not graduating, a 22-year-old woman phoned in bomb threats to Quinnipiac University on Sunday to try and force commencement ceremonies to be canceled, police said.
Nearly 9 out of 10 Floridians support the medical use of marijuana according to a new poll.
Despite spending millions on television ads, Republican Gov. Rick Scott is trailing former Gov. Charlie Crist by 10 points in a new poll.