Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush (14 percent) leads businessman Donald Trump (11 percent) in the New Hampshire Republican presidential primary contest, according to a poll from the Suffolk University Political Research Center – June 23, 2015
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Sen. Bernie Sanders is beginning to show some life against Hillary Clinton in New Hampshire with the Democratic presidential primary there less than eight months away, according to a Suffolk University poll of likely Granite State Democratic primary voters – June 16, 2015
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Republican Charlie Baker has begun his tenure as governor with high popularity and favorable ratings for job performance, according to a Suffolk University poll of Massachusetts voters – April 22, 2015.
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Despite extremely low job approval numbers for Congress, Americans believe that Congress should have a role in deciding whether or not the United States will support the recent nuclear agreement with Iran, according to a Suffolk University/USA TODAY national poll -- April 15, 2014
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USA TODAY – Democrats show contender envy
USA TODAY – Race to the right could run over eventual GOP nominee
USA TODAY – Poll: GOP contest wide open as Democrats wish for a race
USA TODAY – Poll: Most support a congressional role on Iran deal
USA TODAY -- Enemies No More
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March 26, 2015
With the Republican Primary in New Hampshire 10 months away, former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush and Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker are the early favorites in the Granite State according to a Suffolk University Poll
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Suffolk University/USA TODAY Poll: Rich Get Richer and Government Holds the Key -- Jan. 28, 2015
Americans believe that improvements in the economy over the past year have benefited the rich over the poor and middle class, and most consider U.S. economic conditions to be fair (46 percent) or poor (27 percent), as opposed to good (25 percent.
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Poll Update Feb. 1, 2015: Americans want compromise between Congress & Obama
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