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Daily Kos Morning Digest 8/18/15…Virginia Democrats punk Republicans hard over redistricting

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Democratic Governor Terry McAuliffe of Virginia makes remarks during a

Terry McAuliffe: “You don’t like my judge? Fine—no redistricting for you!”

Leading Off: VA Redistricting: That was definitely one short special session. Virginia lawmakers had been called back to the state capitol on Monday to hammer out a new congressional map, seeing as the current lines were ruled an unconstitutional racial gerrymander by a federal court earlier this year. But with the state House and Senate in Republican hands and forever at loggerheads with Democratic Gov. Terry McAuliffe, odds were always high that the two sides would never reach an agreement and would instead send the whole matter back to court to have the judges serve as cartographers.

Now that’s a near certainty, though for reasons unrelated to redistricting. At the start of the new session, Republican lawmakers attempted to oust state Supreme Court Justice Jane Roush, whom McAuliffe appointed on an interim basis last month, with a judge more to their liking, Ronnie Alston. However, the vote failed, thanks to a defection by retiring GOP state Sen. John Watkins, who was disgusted by his own party’s flagrant partisan posturing.

But had the legislature remained in session to work on redistricting, Republicans could have kept trying to install Alston in place of Roush. Since Democrats were pissed at Republicans for trying to bump off Roush in the first place, and since they knew there was no longer any hope of any kind of deal on a new map, they banded together with Watkins a second time to adjourn the special session—all on the very day it began.

It’s a pretty fascinating exercise in power, with one chamber basically saying “fuck you” to the other. Republicans say they think the Senate might not be able to adjourn for more than three days without the consent of the House, so we could be back here right quick. But if Watkins continues to defect, the GOP will lack a quorum and won’t be able to conduct any business; in that scenario, McAuliffe would be able to re-appoint Roush to a second interim term when her current one expires in September. And Republicans, who could have traded a favorable congressional map for a Democratic priority like, say, Medicaid expansion, will instead walk away with nothing—and at least several more months of Jane Roush on the high court.

Senate:

CO-Sen: Arapahoe County District Attorney George Brauchler’s name has come up as a possible statewide candidate for some time—as far back as last cycle, in fact, when fellow Republicans talked him up as a possible challenger to Democratic Gov. John Hickenlooper. Then as now, however, Brauchler has suggested he’s been too busy overseeing the prosecution of James Holmes, the shooter who murdered 12 people and wounded 70 others at a movie theater in Aurora, Colorado, in 2012.

However, Holmes was recently convicted and sentenced to life in prison (Brauchler had sought the death penalty), so now, presumably, Brauchler has more time to devote to politics. But maybe not just yet: In a recent interview, he did not rule out a bid against Democratic Sen. Michael Bennet, but said he still has additional charges to attend to regarding the Holmes case. So far, no serious Republicans have stepped forward.

NC-Sen: All of a sudden, we’re hearing quite a bit more chatter from potential Democratic Senate candidates in North Carolina than we have been all cycle. Chris Rey, the mayor of Spring Lake (pop. 13,000), now says he’s considering a bid and will decide by the second week of September. Rey is young (just 38), and he’s also African American, which sets him apart from the other three Democrats who have expressed varying degrees of interest lately: former Rep. Heath Shuler, former state Rep. Deborah Ross, and state Rep. Duane Hall.

WI-Sen: If you scratch your head hard enough to figure out why a conservative group called Restoration PAC just released this new poll of Wisconsin’s Senate race, you’re going to draw blood—a lot of it. The survey, an online-only affair from Luntz Global, finds Democratic ex-Sen. Russ Feingold beating GOP Sen. Ron Johnson by a 50-42 margin, an absolutely punishing place for an incumbent to find himself. What’s more, it’s very close to a March PPP poll that had Feingold up 50-41, numbers that were confirmed by a 54-38 Feingold lead Marquette found in April….

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Daily Real Clear Politics Polling Numbers 4/25/14 to 5/5/14…

Monday, May 05
Race/Topic (Click to Sort) Poll Results Spread
President Obama Job Approval USA Today/Pew Research Approve 44, Disapprove 50 Disapprove +6
President Obama Job Approval Rasmussen Reports Approve 47, Disapprove 52 Disapprove +5
Public Approval of Health Care Law USA Today/Pew Research For/Favor 41, Against/Oppose 55 Against/Oppose +14
Public Approval of Health Care Law Rasmussen Reports* For/Favor 43, Against/Oppose 53 Against/Oppose +10
2014 Generic Congressional Vote USA Today/Pew Research Republicans 47, Democrats 43 Republicans +4
North Carolina Senate – GOP Primary (May 6) PPP (D) Tillis 40, Brannon 28, Harris 15, Grant 4 Tillis +12

Sunday, May 04
Race/Topic (Click to Sort) Poll Results Spread
President Obama Job Approval Gallup Approve 42, Disapprove 53 Disapprove +11
Friday, May 02
Race/Topic (Click to Sort) Poll Results Spread
Pennsylvania Governor – Democratic Primary (May 20) Morning Call Wolf 38, Schwartz 13, McCord 11, McGinty 2 Wolf +25
Tennessee Senate – Alexander vs. Adams Rasmussen Reports Alexander 50, Adams 26 Alexander +24
Tennessee Senate – Alexander vs. Ball Rasmussen Reports Alexander 51, Ball 25 Alexander +26
Tennessee Governor – Haslam vs. McKamey Rasmussen Reports Haslam 57, McKamey 27 Haslam +30

Thursday, May 01
Race/Topic (Click to Sort) Poll Results Spread
Georgia Senate – Republican Primary (May 20) InsiderAdvantage Perdue 22, Kingston 17, Handel 21, Broun 14, Gingrey 12 Perdue +1
Florida: Christie vs. Clinton Quinnipiac Clinton 52, Christie 34 Clinton +18
Florida: Paul vs. Clinton Quinnipiac Clinton 55, Paul 37 Clinton +18
Florida: Bush vs. Clinton Quinnipiac Clinton 49, Bush 41 Clinton +8
Florida: Ryan vs. Clinton Quinnipiac Clinton 56, Ryan 36 Clinton +20
Florida: Huckabee vs. Clinton Quinnipiac Clinton 53, Huckabee 35 Clinton +18
Florida: Rubio vs. Clinton Quinnipiac Clinton 52, Rubio 40 Clinton +12
Florida: Cruz vs. Clinton Quinnipiac Clinton 57, Cruz 31 Clinton +26

Wednesday, April 30
Race/Topic (Click to Sort) Poll Results Spread
President Obama Job Approval NBC News/Wall St. Jrnl Approve 44, Disapprove 50 Disapprove +6
Public Approval of Health Care Law NBC News/Wall St. Jrnl For/Favor 36, Against/Oppose 46 Against/Oppose +10
Direction of Country NBC News/Wall St. Jrnl Right Direction 27, Wrong Track 63 Wrong Track +36
Direction of Country Rasmussen Reports Right Direction 27, Wrong Track 66 Wrong Track +39
Arkansas Senate – Cotton vs. Pryor PPP (D) Pryor 43, Cotton 42 Pryor +1
Florida Governor – Scott vs. Crist Quinnipiac Crist 48, Scott 38 Crist +10
Ohio Governor – Kasich vs. FitzGerald SurveyUSA* Kasich 46, FitzGerald 36 Kasich +10
Arkansas Governor – Hutchinson vs. Ross PPP (D) Hutchinson 46, Ross 38 Hutchinson +8
2016 Republican Presidential Nomination ABC News/Wash Post Huckabee 14, Paul 15, Bush 12, Christie 9, Ryan 12, Cruz 7, Rubio 6, Walker 5, Perry 5, Jindal 2 Paul +1
General Election: Bush vs. Clinton ABC News/Wash Post Clinton 53, Bush 41 Clinton +12

Tuesday, April 29
Race/Topic (Click to Sort) Poll Results Spread
President Obama Job Approval ABC News/Wash Post Approve 41, Disapprove 55 Disapprove +14
President Obama Job Approval The Economist/YouGov Approve 45, Disapprove 52 Disapprove +7
Public Approval of Health Care Law ABC News/Wash Post For/Favor 44, Against/Oppose 49 Against/Oppose +5
2014 Generic Congressional Vote ABC News/Wash Post Republicans 44, Democrats 45 Democrats +1
Direction of Country ABC News/Wash Post Right Direction 28, Wrong Track 69 Wrong Track +41
Direction of Country The Economist/YouGov Right Direction 30, Wrong Track 60 Wrong Track +30
Congressional Job Approval The Economist/YouGov Approve 8, Disapprove 71 Disapprove +63
Georgia Senate – Republican Primary (May 20) SurveyUSA Perdue 26, Kingston 20, Handel 15, Broun 13, Gingrey 6 Perdue +6
North Carolina Senate – GOP Primary (May 6) PPP (D) Tillis 46, Brannon 20, Harris 11, Grant 5 Tillis +26
North Carolina Senate – Tillis vs. Hagan Magellan Strategies (R) Hagan 43, Tillis 43 Tie
Louisiana Senate – Cassidy vs. Landrieu Magellan Strategies (R) Cassidy 44, Landrieu 42 Cassidy +2
Alaska Senate – Sullivan vs. Begich Magellan Strategies (R) Sullivan 46, Begich 41 Sullivan +5
Colorado Senate – Gardner vs. Udall Magellan Strategies (R) Udall 45, Gardner 42 Udall +3
Michigan Senate – Land vs. Peters Magellan Strategies (R) Peters 46, Land 41 Peters +5
Arkansas Senate – Cotton vs. Pryor Magellan Strategies (R) Pryor 43, Cotton 46 Cotton +3
Iowa Senate – Jacobs vs. Braley Magellan Strategies (R) Braley 40, Jacobs 41 Jacobs +1
Maine Governor – LePage vs. Michaud vs. Cutler Rasmussen Reports LePage 40, Michaud 40, Cutler 14 Tie
Colorado Governor – Beauprez vs. Hickenlooper Magellan Strategies (R) Hickenlooper 50, Beauprez 35 Hickenlooper +15
Wisconsin Governor – Walker vs. Burke Magellan Strategies (R) Walker 47, Burke 47 Tie
Florida Governor – Scott vs. Crist Magellan Strategies (R) Crist 43, Scott 45 Scott +2
Michigan Governor – Snyder vs. Schauer Magellan Strategies (R) Snyder 45, Schauer 42 Snyder +3
Ohio Governor – Kasich vs. FitzGerald Magellan Strategies (R) Kasich 47, FitzGerald 41 Kasich +6
Georgia Governor – Deal vs. Carter SurveyUSA* Deal 41, Carter 37 Deal +4
Minnesota Senate – Ortman vs. Franken Suffolk* Franken 44, Ortman 29 Franken +15
Minnesota Senate – McFadden vs. Franken Suffolk* Franken 44, McFadden 29 Franken +15
Minnesota Senate – Abeler vs. Franken Suffolk* Franken 45, Abeler 29 Franken +16
Minnesota Senate – Dahlberg vs. Franken Suffolk* Franken 45, Dahlberg 28 Franken +17
Minnesota Governor – Seifert vs. Dayton Suffolk Dayton 43, Seifert 32 Dayton +11
Minnesota Governor – Zellers vs. Dayton Suffolk Dayton 43, Zellers 31 Dayton +12
Minnesota Governor – Johnson vs. Dayton Suffolk Dayton 44, Johnson 30 Dayton +14
Minnesota Governor – Thompson vs. Dayton Suffolk Dayton 43, Thompson 31 Dayton +12
Iowa Republican Presidential Caucus Magellan (R) Huckabee 17, Bush 17, Paul 11, Christie 14, Cruz 10, Ryan , Walker 8, Santorum , Rubio 2, Perry , Jindal Tie

Monday, April 28
Race/Topic (Click to Sort) Poll Results Spread
President Obama Job Approval National Journal Approve 41, Disapprove 52 Disapprove +11
Direction of Country National Journal Right Direction 27, Wrong Track 62 Wrong Track +35
Congressional Job Approval National Journal Approve 11, Disapprove 80 Disapprove +69
2014 Generic Congressional Vote Rasmussen Reports Republicans 40, Democrats 38 Republicans +2
Maine Senate – Collins vs. Bellows Rasmussen Reports Collins 60, Bellows 24 Collins +36
Friday, April 25
Race/Topic (Click to Sort) Poll Results Spread
Florida Governor – Scott vs. Crist Mason-Dixon* Crist 42, Scott 42 Tie

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Daily Real Clear Politics Polling Numbers 4/18/14 to 4/24/14…

Thursday, April 24
Race/Topic (Click to Sort) Poll Results Spread
President Obama Job Approval The Economist/YouGov Approve 41, Disapprove 56 Disapprove +15
President Obama Job Approval Gallup Approve 45, Disapprove 49 Disapprove +4
President Obama Job Approval Rasmussen Reports Approve 45, Disapprove 54 Disapprove +9
Direction of Country The Economist/YouGov Right Direction 29, Wrong Track 60 Wrong Track +31
Congressional Job Approval The Economist/YouGov Approve 10, Disapprove 73 Disapprove +63
Colorado Senate – Gardner vs. Udall Quinnipiac Udall 45, Gardner 44 Udall +1
Florida Governor – Scott vs. Crist Rasmussen Reports Crist 45, Scott 39 Crist +6
North Carolina Senate – Republican Primary (May 6) SurveyUSA/Civitas (R) Tillis 39, Brannon 20, Harris 15, Grant 2, Alexander 1 Tillis +19
Colorado: Christie vs. Clinton Quinnipiac Clinton 42, Christie 42 Tie
Colorado: Paul vs. Clinton Quinnipiac Paul 48, Clinton 43 Paul +5
Colorado: Bush vs. Clinton Quinnipiac Clinton 45, Bush 40 Clinton +5
Colorado: Huckabee vs. Clinton Quinnipiac Clinton 45, Huckabee 44 Clinton +1

Wednesday, April 23
Race/Topic (Click to Sort) Poll Results Spread
Direction of Country Rasmussen Reports Right Direction 29, Wrong Track 63 Wrong Track +34
North Carolina Senate – Tillis vs. Hagan NY Times/Kaiser Hagan 42, Tillis 40 Hagan +2
North Carolina Senate – Brannon vs. Hagan NY Times/Kaiser Brannon 39, Hagan 41 Hagan +2
Arkansas Senate – Cotton vs. Pryor NY Times/Kaiser Pryor 46, Cotton 36 Pryor +10
Kentucky Senate – McConnell vs. Grimes NY Times/Kaiser Grimes 43, McConnell 44 McConnell +1
Louisiana Senate Open Primary (Nov. 4) NY Times/Kaiser Landrieu 42, Cassidy 18, Hollis 5, Maness 4 Landrieu +24
Colorado Governor – Beauprez vs. Hickenlooper Quinnipiac Hickenlooper 48, Beauprez 39 Hickenlooper +9
Colorado Governor – Gessler vs. Hickenlooper Quinnipiac Hickenlooper 48, Gessler 38 Hickenlooper +10
Colorado Governor – Tancredo vs. Hickenlooper Quinnipiac Hickenlooper 47, Tancredo 40 Hickenlooper +7
Colorado Governor – Kopp vs. Hickenlooper Quinnipiac Hickenlooper 47, Kopp 38 Hickenlooper +9
Wisconsin Governor – Walker vs. Burke PPP (D) Walker 48, Burke 45 Walker +3
Arkansas Governor – Hutchinson vs. Ross NY Times/Kaiser Ross 40, Hutchinson 41 Hutchinson +1

Tuesday, April 22
Race/Topic (Click to Sort) Poll Results Spread
Public Approval of Health Care Law FOX News For/Favor 39, Against/Oppose 56 Against/Oppose +17
2014 Generic Congressional Vote FOX News Democrats 41, Republicans 44 Republicans +3
Congressional Job Approval FOX News Approve 15, Disapprove 76 Disapprove +61
New York Governor – Astorino vs. Cuomo Siena Cuomo 58, Astorino 28 Cuomo +30
Monday, April 21
Race/Topic (Click to Sort) Poll Results Spread
Public Approval of Health Care Law Rasmussen Reports* For/Favor 45, Against/Oppose 51 Against/Oppose +6
2014 Generic Congressional Vote Rasmussen Reports Democrats 40, Republicans 41 Republicans +1
Kansas Governor – Brownback vs. Davis Rasmussen Reports Brownback 47, Davis 40 Brownback +7

Friday, April 18
Race/Topic (Click to Sort) Poll Results Spread
President Obama Job Approval Reuters/Ipsos Approve 44, Disapprove 51 Disapprove +7
Direction of Country Reuters/Ipsos Right Direction 25, Wrong Track 58 Wrong Track +33
Georgia Senate – Republican Primary (May 20) InsiderAdvantage Perdue 19, Kingston 15, Broun 11, Gingrey 9, Handel 13 Perdue +4
Kansas Senate – Roberts vs. Taylor Rasmussen Reports Roberts 50, Taylor 32 Roberts +18
Kansas Senate – Roberts vs. Sebelius Rasmussen Reports Roberts 54, Sebelius 37 Roberts +17
New Hampshire Republican Presidential Primary WMUR/UNH* Paul 15, Christie 12, Ryan 13, Bush 7, Cruz 7, Walker 3, Rubio 2, Jindal 3 Paul +2
New Hampshire Democratic Presidential Primary WMUR/UNH Clinton 65, Warren , Biden 6, Cuomo 4, O’Malley 0, Schweitzer 0 Clinton +59
Florida 19th District Special Election – Republican Primary News-Press/WINK/PPP (D) Clawson 38, Benacquisto 19, Dreikorn 18, Kreegel 17 Clawson +19

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Daily Real Clear Politics Polling Numbers 2/12/14 to 2/16/14…

Sunday, February 16
Race/Topic   (Click to Sort) Poll Results Spread
President Obama Job Approval Gallup Approve 41, Disapprove 53 Disapprove +12
President Obama Job Approval Rasmussen Reports Approve 51, Disapprove 48 Approve +3
Maryland Governor – Democratic Primary Baltimore Sun Brown 35, Gansler 14, Mizeur 10 Brown +21
Friday, February 14
Race/Topic   (Click to Sort) Poll Results Spread
Michigan Senate – Land vs. Peters EPIC-MRA Land 41, Peters 38 Land +3
Michigan Governor – Snyder vs. Schauer EPIC-MRA Snyder 47, Schauer 39 Snyder +8
Michigan: Christie vs. Clinton EPIC-MRA Clinton 43, Christie 39 Clinton +4
Thursday, February 13
Race/Topic   (Click to Sort) Poll Results Spread
Public Approval of Health Care Law FOX News* For/Favor 37, Against/Oppose 55 Against/Oppose +18
Congressional Job Approval FOX News Approve 14, Disapprove 81 Disapprove +67
Florida 13th District Special – Jolly vs. Sink TB Times/Bay News 9/WUSF Sink 42, Jolly 35 Sink +7
North Carolina Senate – Tillis vs. Hagan PPP (D) Tillis 42, Hagan 40 Tillis +2
North Carolina Senate – Brannon vs. Hagan PPP (D) Brannon 43, Hagan 40 Brannon +3
North Carolina Senate – Grant vs. Hagan PPP (D) Grant 41, Hagan 39 Grant +2
North Carolina Senate – Alexander vs. Hagan PPP (D) Alexander 45, Hagan 38 Alexander +7
North Carolina Senate – Harris vs. Hagan PPP (D) Harris 42, Hagan 40 Harris +2
Kentucky Senate – McConnell vs. Grimes Wenzel Strategies (R) Grimes 42, McConnell 43 McConnell +1
New York Governor – Astorino vs. Cuomo Quinnipiac Cuomo 58, Astorino 24 Cuomo +34

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Daily Real Clear Politics Polling Numbers 1/26/14 to 1/31/14…Hillary Beats’m All….

President Obama’s Job Approval @ 43.4…still inching up…..

Jeb Bush leads in Florida and Christie drops in the polling …..

Hillary Clinton continues to lead EVERYONE in BOTH parties for 2016….

Friday, January 31
Race/Topic   (Click to Sort) Poll Results Spread
President Obama Job Approval Gallup Approve 43, Disapprove 50 Disapprove +7
President Obama Job Approval Rasmussen Reports Approve 48, Disapprove 51 Disapprove +3
Florida Republican Presidential Primary Quinnipiac Bush 25, Rubio 16, Paul 11, Christie 9, Cruz 9, Ryan 5, Walker 5, Jindal 3 Bush +9
Florida Democratic Presidential Primary Quinnipiac Clinton 64, Biden 9, Warren 5, Cuomo 1, Warner 1, O’Malley 1, Schweitzer Clinton +55
Florida: Christie vs. Clinton Quinnipiac Clinton 51, Christie 35 Clinton +16
Florida: Bush vs. Clinton Quinnipiac Clinton 49, Bush 43 Clinton +6
Florida: Ryan vs. Clinton Quinnipiac Clinton 52, Ryan 39 Clinton +13
Florida: Paul vs. Clinton Quinnipiac Clinton 53, Paul 38 Clinton +15
Florida: Rubio vs. Clinton Quinnipiac Clinton 51, Rubio 41 Clinton +10
Florida: Cruz vs. Clinton Quinnipiac Clinton 54, Cruz 34 Clinton +20
Thursday, January 30
Race/Topic   (Click to Sort) Poll Results Spread
Louisiana Senate – Cassidy vs. Landrieu Rasmussen Reports Cassidy 44, Landrieu 40 Cassidy +4
New Hampshire Senate – Brown vs. Shaheen Purple Strategies Shaheen 44, Brown 44 Tie
Florida Governor – Scott vs. Crist Quinnipiac Crist 46, Scott 38 Crist +8
Massachusetts Governor – Baker vs. Coakley Purple Strategies Coakley 46, Baker 36 Coakley +10
2016 Republican Presidential Nomination ABC News/Wash Post Christie 13, Ryan 20, Bush 18, Paul 11, Huckabee , Cruz 12, Rubio 10, Walker , Jindal Ryan +2
2016 Democratic Presidential Nomination ABC News/Wash Post Clinton 73, Biden 12, Warren 8, Cuomo , O’Malley , Schweitzer Clinton +61
General Election: Christie vs. Clinton ABC News/Wash Post Clinton 53, Christie 41 Clinton +12
New Hampshire Republican Presidential Primary WMUR/UNH* Christie 9, Paul 16, Bush 3, Huckabee , Rubio 6, Cruz 3, Ryan 6, Jindal , Walker 2 Paul +7
New Hampshire Republican Presidential Primary Purple Strategies* Christie 17, Paul 18, Bush 13, Huckabee , Rubio , Cruz 7, Ryan , Jindal 5, Walker Paul +1
New Hampshire Democratic Presidential Primary WMUR/UNH Clinton 74, Warren , Biden 10, Cuomo 2, O’Malley 0, Schweitzer 0 Clinton +64
New Hampshire Democratic Presidential Primary Purple Strategies Clinton 68, Warren 13, Biden 6, Cuomo , O’Malley 1, Schweitzer Clinton +55
New Hampshire: Christie vs. Clinton Purple Strategies Clinton 44, Christie 42 Clinton +2
New Hampshire: Bush vs. Clinton Purple Strategies Clinton 46, Bush 42 Clinton +4
Wednesday, January 29
Race/Topic   (Click to Sort) Poll Results Spread
President Obama Job Approval The Economist/YouGov Approve 45, Disapprove 52 Disapprove +7
President Obama Job Approval Reuters/Ipsos Approve 37, Disapprove 55 Disapprove +18
Direction of Country Rasmussen Reports Right Direction 30, Wrong Track 63 Wrong Track +33
Direction of Country The Economist/YouGov Right Direction 30, Wrong Track 60 Wrong Track +30
Direction of Country Reuters/Ipsos Right Direction 22, Wrong Track 62 Wrong Track +40
Congressional Job Approval The Economist/YouGov Approve 7, Disapprove 78 Disapprove +71
2016 Republican Presidential Nomination PPP (D) Christie 13, Ryan 8, Bush 14, Paul 11, Huckabee 16, Cruz 8, Rubio 8, Walker 6, Jindal 5 Huckabee +2
2016 Democratic Presidential Nomination PPP (D) Clinton 67, Biden 7, Warren 7, Cuomo 2, O’Malley 1, Schweitzer 1 Clinton +60
General Election: Christie vs. Clinton PPP (D) Clinton 45, Christie 43 Clinton +2
General Election: Bush vs. Clinton PPP (D) Clinton 45, Bush 43 Clinton +2
General Election: Ryan vs. Clinton PPP (D) Clinton 46, Ryan 44 Clinton +2
General Election: Paul vs. Clinton PPP (D) Clinton 46, Paul 43 Clinton +3
General Election: Huckabee vs. Clinton PPP (D) Clinton 46, Huckabee 43 Clinton +3
General Election: Cruz vs. Clinton PPP (D) Clinton 47, Cruz 41 Clinton +6
Tuesday, January 28
Race/Topic   (Click to Sort) Poll Results Spread
President Obama Job Approval NBC News/Wall St. Jrnl Approve 43, Disapprove 51 Disapprove +8
Public Approval of Health Care Law NBC News/Wall St. Jrnl For/Favor 34, Against/Oppose 48 Against/Oppose +14
Direction of Country NBC News/Wall St. Jrnl Right Direction 28, Wrong Track 63 Wrong Track +35
Congressional Job Approval NBC News/Wall St. Jrnl Approve 13, Disapprove 81 Disapprove +68
2014 Generic Congressional Vote PPP (D) Republicans 42, Democrats 40 Republicans +2
Monday, January 27
Race/Topic   (Click to Sort) Poll Results Spread
2014 Generic Congressional Vote FOX News Republicans 43, Democrats 41 Republicans +2
2014 Generic Congressional Vote Rasmussen Reports Republicans 37, Democrats 42 Democrats +5
Public Approval of Health Care Law Rasmussen Reports* For/Favor 43, Against/Oppose 52 Against/Oppose +9
North Carolina Senate – Tillis vs. Hagan Rasmussen Reports Tillis 47, Hagan 40 Tillis +7
North Carolina Senate – Brannon vs. Hagan Rasmussen Reports Brannon 43, Hagan 39 Brannon +4
Wisconsin Governor – Walker vs. Burke Marquette University Walker 47, Burke 41 Walker +6
Sunday, January 26
Race/Topic   (Click to Sort) Poll Results Spread
2014 Generic Congressional Vote ABC News/Wash Post Republicans 46, Democrats 45 Republicans +1
President Obama Job Approval ABC News/Wash Post Approve 45, Disapprove 52 Disapprove +7
Public Approval of Health Care Law ABC News/Wash Post For/Favor 47, Against/Oppose 48 Against/Oppose +1
Direction of Country ABC News/Wash Post Right Direction 34, Wrong Track 64 Wrong Track +30
Congressional Job Approval ABC News/Wash Post Approve 13, Disapprove 84 Disapprove +71

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Daily Real Clear Politics Polling Numbers 11/11/13 and 11/12/13…Obama and Healthcare Law down in the numbers….

Tuesday, November 12
Race/Topic   (Click to Sort) Poll Results Spread
President Obama Job Approval Quinnipiac Approve 39, Disapprove 54 Disapprove +15
President Obama Job Approval Gallup Approve 40, Disapprove 54 Disapprove +14
President Obama Job Approval Rasmussen Reports Approve 45, Disapprove 54 Disapprove +9
Public Approval of Health Care Law Quinnipiac For/Favor 39, Against/Oppose 55 Against/Oppose +16
Public Approval of Health Care Law Rasmussen Reports* For/Favor 35, Against/Oppose 55 Against/Oppose +20
Congressional Job Approval Gallup Approve 9, Disapprove 86 Disapprove +77
North Carolina Senate – Tillis vs. Hagan PPP (D) Hagan 44, Tillis 42 Hagan +2
North Carolina Senate – Harris vs. Hagan PPP (D) Hagan 43, Harris 41 Hagan +2
North Carolina Senate – Brannon vs. Hagan PPP (D) Brannon 44, Hagan 43 Brannon +1
North Carolina Senate – Grant vs. Hagan PPP (D) Hagan 43, Grant 40 Hagan +3
Maine Governor – LePage vs. Michaud vs. Cutler PPP (D) Michaud 38, LePage 36, Cutler 15 Michaud +2
General Election: Christie vs. Clinton NBC News Clinton 44, Christie 34 Clinton +10
Monday, November 11
Race/Topic   (Click to Sort) Poll Results Spread
Public Approval of Health Care Law Reuters/Ipsos For/Favor 47, Against/Oppose 53 Against/Oppose +6
General Election: Christie vs. Clinton Rasmussen Reports Clinton 43, Christie 41 Clinton +2
Generic Congressional Vote Rasmussen Reports Democrats 41, Republicans 39 Democrats +2

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Daily Real Clear Politics Polling Numbers 8/9/13 to 8/18/13…

Sunday, August 18
Race/Topic   (Click to Sort) Poll Results Spread
President Obama Job Approval Gallup Approve 46, Disapprove 45 Approve +1
President Obama Job Approval Rasmussen Reports Approve 48, Disapprove 51 Disapprove +3
Friday, August 16
Race/Topic   (Click to Sort) Poll Results Spread
New York City Mayor – Democratic Primary NBC NY/WSJ/Marist Quinn 24, de Blasio 24, Thompson 18, Weiner 11, Liu 5 Tie
New York City Comptroller – Democratic Primary NBC NY/WSJ/Marist Spitzer 54, Stringer 36 Spitzer +18
Thursday, August 15
Race/Topic   (Click to Sort) Poll Results Spread
President Obama Job Approval The Economist/YouGov Approve 44, Disapprove 53 Disapprove +9
President Obama Job Approval Reuters/Ipsos Approve 42, Disapprove 52 Disapprove +10
Congressional Job Approval The Economist/YouGov Approve 7, Disapprove 74 Disapprove +67
Direction of Country Reuters/Ipsos Right Direction 25, Wrong Track 59 Wrong Track +34
Direction of Country The Economist/YouGov Right Direction 30, Wrong Track 60 Wrong Track +30
Wednesday, August 14
Race/Topic   (Click to Sort) Poll Results Spread
Direction of Country Rasmussen Reports Right Direction 29, Wrong Track 64 Wrong Track +35
New York City Comptroller – Democratic Primary Quinnipiac Spitzer 56, Stringer 37 Spitzer +19
Tuesday, August 13
Race/Topic   (Click to Sort) Poll Results Spread
Congressional Job Approval Gallup Approve 14, Disapprove 81 Disapprove +67
New York City Mayor – Democratic Primary Quinnipiac Quinn 24, de Blasio 30, Thompson 22, Weiner 10, Liu 6 de Blasio +6
North Carolina Senate – Tillis vs. Hagan PPP (D) Hagan 47, Tillis 39 Hagan +8
Monday, August 12
Race/Topic   (Click to Sort) Poll Results Spread
Public Approval of Obama’s Health Care Law Rasmussen Reports* For/Favor 41, Against/Oppose 53 Against/Oppose +12
Generic Congressional Vote Rasmussen Reports Democrats 39, Republicans 39 Tie
Friday, August 09
Race/Topic   (Click to Sort) Poll Results Spread
New York City Mayor – Democratic Primary NY Times/Siena Quinn 25, de Blasio 14, Thompson 16, Weiner 10, Liu 4 Quinn +9
New York City Comptroller – Democratic Primary NY Times/Siena Spitzer 44, Stringer 35 Spitzer +9

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