Mississippi is the most religious state in the nation and Vermont is the least, according to a new poll.Share on Facebook
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“Just two months ago, Christie trailed [former Secretary of State] Hillary Clinton by 16 points and led Cuomo by five points in hypothetical 2016 presidential matchups. Today, Christie trails Clinton by 28 points and he trails Cuomo by 20 points,” having lost ground with Democrats and independents, Greenberg said.Share on Facebook
While journalists and politicians have spent the last week captivated by the George Washington Bridge Scandal involving Gov. Chris Christie’s office, two new polls show the public has remained largely indifferent, calling into question the long-term political consequences the scandal might have on Christie.Share on Facebook
MN-Sen, Gov: PPP’s latest look at Gopherland has Al Franken and Mark Dayton both leading a variety of unknown Republican candidates by about 10-12 points. Both races have tightened slightly since PPP’s last look (when the DFL margins were in the 15-20 range), but remain in Likely Dem territory…..Share on Facebook
After Connecticut Democratic Gov. Dannel P. Malloy guided the state through the Newtown shootings, it’s not unreasonable to expect a rally-around-the-flag dynamic for him. But that hasn’t happened.
A June 12-17 Quinnipiac University poll found 47 percent of registered voters in Connecticut approved of the job Malloy was doing, while 47 percent disapproved. The governor received slightly favorable ratings on the gun issue, but his job approval suffered because of his handling of the budget, taxes and economy.Share on Facebook
New Jersey: The Democratic primary for this seat is heating up, with Reps. Frank Pallone and Rush Holt both in, as well as Corey Booker beginning to circulate petitions. Holt and Pallone will likely split the anti-Booker vote, allowing Booker to glide to the nomination, but it may be possible that Pallone and Booker split the North Jersey vote and Holt wins…..Share on Facebook