"Biden survives, Warren thrives and Harris dives as debate number two shakes up the primary," said Tim Malloy, assistant director of the Quinnipiac University Poll.  Read the full release

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The August 6 national poll found Warren up, Harris down, but Biden leads among U.S. Dems; 14 Dems have less than 1 percent.

The July 30 national poll found Trump is racist, half of U.S. voters say; but voters say almost 2-1 don't impeach president.

The July 29 national poll found Biden bounces back as Harris slumps among U.S. Dems; 54 percent of all U.S. voters say never Trump.

The July 26 poll found Ohio voters oppose fetal heartbeat abortion ban; 90 percent support universal gun background checks. 

The July 25 Ohio poll found Biden is only leading Dem to top Trump in Ohio; former VP has big lead in Democratic primary. 

The July 18 California poll found California has a housing crisis, say 78 percent of Golden State voters, both renters and homeowners.

The July 17 California poll found Harris up as Biden fades in California Democratic primary; Warren leads on best ideas; Biden leads on beating Trump.

The July 2 national poll found Harris gets big debate bounce while Biden sinks; despite drop, Biden still seen as best bet against Trump.

The June 20 Florida poll found voters support almost 4-1 minimum wage hike; voters split on making felons pay fines before voting.

The June 18 Florida poll found Biden, Sanders lead Trump in Florida; most Sunshine State voters say they're doing better.

The June 12 national poll found a sitting president should face charges, U.S. voters say; but voters still say don't impeach Trump.

The June 11 national poll found top Dems lead Trump in head-to-head matchups; Democratic primary race narrows as Biden goes flat.

The June 6 Texas poll found voters oppose 3-1 refusing service to LGBTQ; even young voters back raising age to buy tobacco.

The June 5 Texas poll found Biden leads Trump 48 - 44; Democrats say 2-1 O'Rourke should challenge Cornyn.

The May 22 national poll found U.S. voter support for abortion is high; 94 percent back universal gun background checks.

The May 21 national poll found good feelings on economy don't help Trump; Biden is only contender with positive score.

The May 16 Pennsylvania poll found Gov. Wolf gets all-time high approval; voters support Medicare opt-in, not Medicare for All.

The May 15 Pennsylvania poll found Biden leads Trump 53 - 42 percent in Pennsylvania; former VP tops all Dems in primary matchup.

The May 8 Hamden poll found police shooting not justified, residents say 6-1; approval of local police is 2-1, with racial differences.

The May 2 national poll found U.S. voters still say 2-1 Trump committed crime; but voters oppose impeachment 2-1.



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