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Barack Obama postpones Miami Gardens campaign event because of Hurricane Matthew

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President Barack Obama won’t be visiting Florida this week. The Hillary Clinton campaign announced it was postponing a campaign stop in Miami Gardens scheduled for Wednesday because of Hurricane Matthew. The event was scheduled to take place at Florida Memorial University, and Obama was expected to rally supporters and encourage Floridians to register to vote. The cancellation comes at a critical point in the campaign. Clinton holds a slim margin over Donald Trump in Florida. A recent Quinnipiac University Poll showed…

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Steve Schale: I have ‘real issues’ with Q polling in Florida

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Just a couple of observations on this Quinnipiac University poll today. I continue to have real issues with the way that Q does its polling, particularly in Florida. But here’s easier argument why you should take ALL of their numbers in Florida with a grain of salt: they were wildly inaccurate throughout the 2012 cycle, and based on their first two polls: Hillary Clinton +8, and Donald Trump +3, one can reasonably assume they haven’t fixed whatever issues they had…

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Floridians split on whether U.S. should build a wall along Mexico border

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Build a wall along the Mexican border? Florida voters are divided. A Quinnipiac University survey released Tuesday morning found Florida voters are split 48 percent to 48 percent on whether the United States should build a wall along the Mexican border. The idea, first floated by presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump, is more popular among Florida men, 54 percent of which said they would support a wall. The survey found 52 percent of Florida women opposed the idea. Building a…

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54 percent of voters say they won’t vote for Donald Trump

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Donald Trump may be the leading in the polls, but more than 50 percent of voters said they wouldn’t vote for him in November. According to a Quinnipiac University Poll, 54 percent of registered voters surveyed said they wouldn’t vote for the New York Republican in the general election. Forty-three percent of respondents stated that they wouldn’t support Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton. But voters might not have any other options. The survey found that Trump leads the GOP field with…

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Donald Trump 44%, Marco Rubo 28%, according to Quinnipiac poll of Florida GOP primary

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Donald Trump is clobbering Marco Rubio in Florida, according to a new poll of likely Republican voters. A Quinnipiac University Poll released Thursday showed Trump has a commanding lead over Florida’s native son. The survey showed Trump led the GOP field with 44 percent of the vote, followed by Rubio with 28 percent of the ballot. On Wednesday, Rubio told CBS This Morning anchors he believed he could win his home state. “Well, we’ll win in Florida now that Gov.…

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Poll: Donald Trump, Ted Cruz neck and neck in Iowa

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With less than a week before the Iowa caucuses, the Republican race appears too close to call, according to a Quinnipiac University poll released Tuesday. Donald Trump leads the pack among likely Republican caucus goes with 31 percent, followed by Ted Cruz at 29 percent. Marco Rubio, who has held that third place spot for weeks, is at 13 percent. No other Republican candidate cracked double digits in the Quinnipiac survey. “Despite Sarah Palin’s endorsement of Donald Trump and Gov.…

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Half of U.S. voters embarrassed with Donald Trump as president, Quinnipiac poll finds

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Six weeks before the Iowa Caucuses open the 2016 presidential race in earnest, Donald Trump and Sen. Ted Cruz lead the Republican field nationally, but Trump trails either Democratic candidate, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton or Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont, and 50 percent of American voters say they would be embarrassed to have Trump as president, according to a Quinnipiac University National poll released Tuesday. Trump has 28 percent of the GOP pack, with Cruz of Texas at…

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