"While Washington roils over what formula will bring sense to the raucous and ugly immigration debate, voters put it simply: Dreamers should be allowed to live the dream," said Tim Malloy.  Read more

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The January 18 national poll found helping Dreamers can't get U.S. voters over the wall; support for infrastructure almost 10-1.

The January 17 national poll found U.S. voters split on whether Trump is stable; president is dividing the nation, voters say 2-1.

The January 11 national poll found Dreamers should stay, American voters say 8-1; do not enforce federal pot laws, U.S. voters say 3-1.

The January 10 national poll found Trump is intelligent, but not fit or level-headed, U.S. voters say; first year was "disaster," "chaotic," "successful."

The December 20 national poll found Americans have little hope for world peace in 2018; "Merry Christmas" is bogus issue, voters say 4-1.

The December 19 national poll found U.S. voter economic outlook hits all-time high; but voters disapprove of Trump's handling of economy.

The December 13 national poll found support for GOP tax plan could hurt candidates; U.S. voters say 7-1 DACA immigrants should stay.

The December 12 national poll found American voters have few kind words for Trump; expel Moore if he wins, voters say almost 2-1.

Veteran journalist Maurice Carroll, voice of the Quinnipiac University Poll, dies. Read more

The December 6 national poll found 47% of U.S. women say they've been sexually assaulted; people speaking up will make U.S. better, Americans say.

The December 5 national poll found GOP tax plan benefits rich, voters say almost 3-1; Trump job approval stuck at 35 percent.

The November 22 national poll found no politics with my turkey, please, U.S. voters say; most dislike player protests, but many will watch. 

The November 21 national poll found 60% of U.S. women say they've been sexually harassed; Trump job approval still stuck below 40%.

The November 15 national poll found latest massacre drives gun control support to new high; voters reject GOP tax plan 2-1. 

The November 14 national poll found Trump approval rating at near-record low; Roy Moore should drop out, voters say almost 3-1.

The November 6 Virginia poll found Democrat has 9-point likely voter lead in Virginia; big gender and racial gaps.

The November 6 New Jersey poll found Democrat has 12-point likely voter lead in New Jersey governor race; men divided as women back Murphy by 24 points.

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