Suffolk University/Boston Herald statewide poll of likely New Hampshire voters: Incumbent Democratic U.S. Sen. Jeanne Shaheen leads challenger Scott Brown 49 percent to 39 percent, with Brown, a Republican and former U.S. senator from Massachusetts, viewed more unfavorably than positively. – June 19, 2014
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Boston Herald coverage:
Romney to Rescue as Scott Brown flounders in Suffolk Poll
Suffolk-Herald poll looks north of border”
N.H. warming to Obamacare; Poll: 42 percent rate health care law ‘generally good’
“Romney crushes GOP prez field in N.H. poll”
Hot Mitt will hit Granite State to boost Scott’s struggling bid”
Director of the Political Research Center David Paleologos: “Math gets dicey for Brown with Libertarian in the equation”
Vice President of Government and Community Relations John Nucci: “Seems there’s just no pleasing those Granite State folks”
“Help me, Mitt”

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Daily Herald, Washington
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New Hampshire Union Leader
Mass Live
The Sun Chronicle, Attleboro, Mass.
Fitchburg Sentinel & Enterprise

Suffolk University/Boston Herald poll: Support for casinos in Massachusetts is declining, with more voters opposed than in favor of them. The survey also shows Democrat Martha Coakley leading Republican Charlie Baker in the gubernatorial race, but by a smaller margin than in February. – June 9, 2014
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Boston Herald coverage:
“Obama in Mass. as woes swirl”
“Prez schmoozes and country loses”
Search for winning numbers”
“Hitting a new low”
“Prez sees sharp drop in Mass. approval rate”
“Voters flip-flop on casino issue”
David Paleologos, director of the Political Research Center: “Baker fails to break out while AG dips; But he leads among those eyeing gov race ‘very closely’”
“Poll shows odds don’t favor casinos”: VP of Government & Community Affairs John Nucci

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Dorchester Reporter
The Gazette, Northampton, Mass.
Boston magazine
Providence Journal
Hartford (Conn.) Courant
The Day, Conn.

Iowa State Sen. Joni Ernst is outpacing four rivals for the Republican U.S. Senate nomination on the eve of the June 3 Iowa primary, according to a Suffolk University bellwether ID poll of tightly screened Republican primary voters in Black Hawk, Boone and Washington counties. – June 2, 2014
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Suffolk University Poll Shows Jeb Bush & Rick Perry Leading GOP Presidential Pack in Minnesota –
April 29, 2014
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Lowell (Mass.) Sun
Valley Dispatch

Suffolk University Iowa Poll Shows Hillary Clinton Strong and GOP Field Scattered in Advance of Caucuses – April 9, 2014
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Suffolk University/Boston Herald poll shows Shaheen with strong lead over Scott Brown and others in N.H. Senate race – March 6, 2014
Electronic coverage
MSNBC “Hardball with Chris Matthews”
Boston Herald coverage:
Political Research Center Director David Paleologos: “Rocky for Brown in Granite State”
“N.H. Democrats Avoid Obamacare Backlash”
“Brown wounded by pre-emptive strikes”
Vice President for Government and Community Affairs John Nucci: “N.H. voters don’t trust Mass. ‘carpetbagger’”
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Suffolk University/Boston Herald poll shows Coakley leading Democratic rivals and GOP’s Baker in race for governor – Feb. 4, 2014
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Boston Herald coverage:
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David Paleologos, director of the Political Research Center: “Pollster: Dems have work cut out before convention”
“Martha in front in chase for gov”
“Baker says he’s helping people get health care”
“Dems, Baker square off on report”
“Spoilers throw lifeline to Dems”
“Roche summoned to closed-door meeting”
“More pols back death penalty for Tsarnaev”
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