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The June 28 national poll found U.S. voters reject GOP health plan more than 3-1; voters support gun background checks 94-5 percent.

New York City polls over the last three years show voters don't want mayoral control of schools.

The June 22 Virginia poll found voters back universal background checks 91-8; 2-1 opposition to Republican health care plan.

The June 21 Virginia poll found Northam up 8 points in governor's race; economy, health care are top issues for voters.

The June 15 New Jersey poll found voters like Garden State vacations; but 87% want bathrooms at the beach.

The June 14 New Jersey poll found Murphy buries Guadagno 2-1 in governor race; Christie, Trump approval ratings drop to historic lows.

The June 8 national poll found Merkel challenges Trump as leader of free world; voters oppose GOP health care bill almost 4-1.

The June 7 national poll found Trump ties to Russia are illegal or unethical, U.S. voters say; voters disapprove 2-1 of pulling out of Paris accord.

The May 25 national poll found GOP health plan backers could feel pain at the polls; only 20 percent of U.S. voters support plan.

The May 24 national poll found American voters believe Trump is abusing his powers; job approval remains at historic low.

The May 18 New York City poll found New Yorkers oppose mayoral school control 3-1; support for police body cameras tops 10-1.

The May 17 New York City poll found Mayor de Blasio's approval rating soars; he tops little-known challengers 3-1.

The May 11 national poll found 21% of U.S. voters approve of revised GOP health plan; voters reject Trump tax plan almost 2-1.

The May 10 national poll found U.S. voters send Trump approval to near record low; no winner in media war, but voters trust media more.

The May 4 New Jersey poll found support for Hudson Rail Tunnel is up; Christie's two terms mainly a failure, voters say 2-1.

The May 3 New Jersey poll found Murphy tops Guadagno, Piscopo in New Jersey governor race; most voters undecided in June 6 primaries.



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