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The March 30 New York State poll found New Yorkers say 2-1, don't try kids as adults; voters back free college almost 3-1

The March 29 New York State poll found Cuomo gets approval bounce, mandate to battle Trump; but New York State voters don't want governor in presidential race.

The March 24 national poll found American voters want to save Big Bird; most oppose spending cuts in Trump budget.

The March 23 national poll found U.S. voters oppose GOP health plan 3-1; big opposition to cuts to Medicaid, Planned Parenthood.

The March 22 national poll found base erodes as Trump drops to new low scores; voters say 60-35 percent president is not honest.

The March 17 New Jersey poll found Yankees win the hearts of Garden State fans; Phillies, Mets tied for second.

The March 16 New Jersey poll found voters want more money for schools, not so much for pensions; support for millionaire's tax tops 3-1.

The March 15 New Jersey poll found Murphy, Guadagno lead in New Jersey primaries; Democrat Murphy has 22-point general election lead.

The March 9 national poll found hatred on the rise, American voters say; concern about anti-Semitism jumps in one month.

The March 8 national poll found voters say Sessions lied and should resign; support for immigrant "path to citizenship" at new high.

The March 7 national poll found Trump inches up, but still has negative approval rating; U.S. voters say media is not enemy of the people.

The March 1 New York City poll found mayor gets worst grades on corruption; 96% say homelessness is serious problem.

The February 28 New York City poll found Mayor de Blasio bounces back; mayor tops Dem field, buries GOP challenger.

The February 23 national poll found Republicans out of step with U.S. voters on key issues; most voters support legalized marijuana.

The February 22 national poll found Trump slumps as American voters disapprove 55%-38%; voters trust media, courts more than president.

The February 17 Virginia poll found Kaine has big early lead in Senate race; Trump deep in a job approval hole.

The February 16 Virginia poll found either Democrat tops Republicans in Virginia governor race; but Dems are locked in dead heat primary.

The February 8 national poll found most American voters disagree with Trump on key issues; keep climate protections, Obamacare, but no wall.

The February 7 national poll found American voters oppose Trump immigration ban; big gender gap as voters disapprove of Trump.

The February 1 New Jersey poll found voters back court's housing ruling 3-1; voters back more state money for poor school districts.



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