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  • Most analysts see GOP winning Senate

    Many independent analysts now predict that Republicans will take over the Senate in the midterm elections, but not by a huge margin.

  • Republican poll shows tie in North Carolina race

    Sen. Kay Hagan, D-N.C., was tied with Republican challenger Thom Tillis at 44 percent, according to a GOP poll shared with the Washington Examiner.

  • GOP's chances of retaking Senate increase: NYT Upshot

    Republicans' chances of taking control of the U.S. Senate have increased to 61 percent from 58 percent, according to a prominent data-driven forecast.

  • Repubs lead in battleground states: Poll

    Republican candidates for U.S. Senate have made gains in key states, according to a new NBC News/Marist poll, adding to the chorus of voices asking whether the GOP will take over Congress' upper chamber in November.

  • Zogby Report Card: Shades of George H.W. Bush in Obama's ISIS plan

    Pollster John Zogby reports in our weekly White House report card that President Obama is right to take a page out of former President George H.W Bush's Iraq war plan based on first forming a coalition of the willing.

  • Americans now view banks positively

    The banking industry now has a net positive rating of 8 points, up from near -30 points in the depths of the recession. The real estate industry also has undergone a dramatic reversal in public perception, notching its first positive rating since the peak of the housing bubble in 2006.

  • VIDEO: Republican leads in key Senate battleground state

    A CNN/ORC International poll released Friday shows Rep. Tom Cotton, R-Ark., with a two-point lead over Democratic incumbent Sen. Mark Pryor.

  • Voters trust GOP the most on economy but not on entitlements

    A George Washington University Battleground Poll taken in late August showed most Americans "feel the nation is on the wrong track," but they have differing view on who would best lead the country onto the right track.

  • Poll: Tom Corbett trailing by more points than he actually gets

    The Pennsylvania Republican is far and away the most vulnerable incumbent of 2014, as a new poll from Pittsburgh's Robert Morris University indicates.

  • More Americans trust GOP on immigration

    Republicans have a clear advantage on immigration in a recent poll, a potent weapon for GOP candidates in the final stretch of the midterm elections.

  • Poll: Americans, 4 to 1, want war with ISIS

    As he waffles on U.S. policy toward terrorists in Syria dubbed the Islamic State, President Obama is being handed rare American support for a military attack against the terrorists, according to a new poll.

  • Land makes campaign case in memo

    Each side can point to poll numbers that show a slight lead in its favor.

  • Americans believe the Department of Justice is motivated mostly by politics

    The poll found that only 38 percent of U.S. voters hold a favorable opinion of the department headed by Attorney General Eric Holder, while a much larger 53 percent hold an unfavorable opinion.

  • Chasm divides parties on climate change

    Democrats ranked climate change as the most pressing global problem facing the U.S., while Republicans find it the least urgent, a poll said.

  • Kansas governor boasts of one-point lead

    Gov. Sam Brownback's campaign released an internal poll on Aug. 26 showing him up over his Democratic challenger, state House Democratic leader Paul Davis, 43 to 42 percent.



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