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The March 21 New York State poll found Biden is by far the most favored Dem in New York State; 64% of New Yorkers say they won't vote for Trump.

The March 20 New York State poll found voters support Amazon-type deals 2-1; 35% of New Yorkers expect to move for better life.

The March 14 Florida poll found 51% of Florida voters say they won't vote for Trump; Biden is most favorable Dem by wide margin.

The March 13 Florida poll found satisfied voters give governor best score in 10 years; voters oppose arming teachers, school officials.

The March 6 national poll found U.S. voters oppose Trump emergency powers on wall 2-1; 86% back Democrats' bill on gun background checks.

The March 5 national poll found 64 percent of U.S. voters say Trump committed a crime; president gets mixed grades for North Korea.

The February 28 Texas poll found Biden, Sanders, O'Rourke tie Trump in Texas; Cornyn, O'Rourke in dead heat in 2020 Senate matchup.

The February 26 Texas poll found the wall cuts Texas voters in half; but voters oppose emergency powers by wide margin.

The February 20 Virginia poll found almost half of Virginia voters say governor should not quit; voters split on whether Fairfax should resign.

The February 6 California poll found Dems excited about Biden and Harris; 43% of voters say they can't afford to live here.

The January 31 New York City poll found citizenship question will reduce Census response; most expect question will discourage immigrants. 

The January 29 national poll found U.S. voters trust Pelosi more than Trump on big issues; 2-1 support for no-wall border solution.

The January 24 New York State poll found voters split on plastic bag ban; 7-1 support for red-flagging risky gun owners.

The January 23 New York State poll found Bloomberg tops list of New Yorkers in limelight; Gillibrand approval rating drops.

The January 15 national poll found shutdown does not change Trump's already bad grades; Trump approval for handling economy down slightly.

The January 14 national poll found U.S. voters back Dem plan to reopen government 2-1; more U.S. voters say Trump TV address was misleading.

The December 19 national poll found Biden has top score among Democratic presidential contenders; U.S. voters say 3-1 any president should face indictment.

The December 18 national poll found U.S. voters say no wall and don't shut down government; focus on issues, not impeachment, voters tell Dems 7-1.

The December 5 New York City poll found New Yorkers give Amazon a prime 2-1 welcome; but voters are divided on tax breaks to make the deal.

The November 20 national poll found U.S. voters give Trump highest grade ever on economy; voters say 2-1 Dems in House is good, as Dems back Pelosi

The November 5 New Jersey poll found Menendez has 15-point lead in Senate race; independent voters swing back to Democrat.

The November 5 Florida poll found Nelson has 7-point lead in Florida Senate race; Gillum also up by 7 points in governor's race.

The October 30 Connecticut poll found governor race too close to call; Murphy holds 15-point lead in U.S. Senate race.

The October 29 Texas poll found Cruz ahead by inches in tight Texas Senate race; Abbott ahead 14 points in governor's race.

The October 23 Florida poll found Gillum leads in tight Florida governor's race; Dem boosted by independents, women, non-white voters.

The October 22 Florida poll found Nelson holds lead in Florida Senate race; hurricane does not lift Scott or Trump.

The October 18 New York State poll found Cuomo dominates New York governor race with 23-point lead; Gillibrand has big lead over little-known challenger.

The October 17 New Jersey poll found Menendez up 7 points in New Jersey Senate race; incumbent has big negative favorability rating.

The October 11 Texas poll found O'Rourke stalls 9 points down in Texas Senate race; Republican up 20 points in governor's race.

The October 10 Connecticut poll found women lift Lamont in Connecticut governor race; Murphy up 15 points in U.S. Senate race.

The October 3 New Jersey poll found women give Menendez 11-point lead in New Jersey; voters oppose Kavanaugh confirmation by wide margin.

The October 2 national poll found GOP cuts into Dem lead in House races; more voters want Democrats to control Senate.

The October 1 national poll found more U.S. voters say don't confirm Kavanaugh; more voters believe Ford than Kavanaugh.

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