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Mitch Perry Report for 11.30.15 — Accuracy on the campaign trail

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Welcome back to the working world, folks. I hope you all had a glorious Thanksgiving weekend holiday. I enjoyed the time off by seeing some really good films (“Brooklyn” and a very surprisingly good “Creed“), some good football (highlighted by Stanford’s last second victory over Notre Dame, although it’s always nice to see Tom Brady and Aaron Rodgers teams go down), and a little politics thrown in there as well, in Sarasota. Now let’s talk about the truth, and whether…

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Marco Rubio leads Hillary Clinton by 5 points in new Quinnipiac Poll

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Donald Trump has a narrow, 1-point lead over Ben Carson in the latest Quinnipiac poll of Republican presidential candidates, 24-23 percent. But Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz are rising. Rubio is third in the national survey with 14 percent support, and Cruz is right behind at 13 percent. Jeb Bush is fifth with 4 percent.  No other candidate gets more than 3 percent. Among Republicans, 25 percent of voters say they “would definitely not support” Trump, with 23 percent who would…

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Marco Rubio attacked for being out of the mainstream in American Bridge ad

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Although Marco Rubio has yet to truly break through in the 2015-2016 GOP presidential campaign, he’s been doing enough to keep himself in the game. A Quinnipiac poll released on Thursday shows him in third place in Iowa with 13 percent support, an eight-point increase from a month ago. And Democratic-leaning groups certainly haven’t written him off yet. The liberal group American Bridge has a new ad out this morning, blasting Rubio for being out of the political mainstream on issues like abortion…

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Ben Carson takes an eight-point lead over Donald Trump in Iowa

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Thanks in large part to female support, Ben Carson has taken an eight-point lead over Donald Trump in Iowa, home of the first caucus, according to a Quinnipiac poll released on Thursday. Carson is at 28 percent, and Trump is at 20 percent. A month ago, a Q poll had Trump at 27 percent, and Carson at 21 percent. Marco Rubio is third in the new survey with 13 percent. That’s an eight-point increase for him since September. Ted Cruz is next…

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Donald Trump continues to lead GOP field in new Quinnipiac and Bloomberg polls

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It’s no longer summer, but the Republican Party electorate shows no signs of losing its enthusiasm for the  Donald Trump candidacy, as the New York City real estate magnate continues to lead in two big national polls released on Thursday. A Quinnipiac survey shows Trump leading the Republican primary pack with 25 percent, followed by 17 percent for Dr. Ben Carson, 12 percent for Carly Fiorina, 10 percent for former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush and 9 percent for U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio of…

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Scott Walker to bow out of GOP presidential race

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Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker, who was once considered one of the front-runners for the GOP presidential nomination in 2016, will announce that he is quitting the race at 6 p.m. Eastern time. That’s according to an initial report from The New York Times that has now been confirmed by the other sources. “The short answer is money,” an anonymous supporter of Walker tells The Times. “He’s made a decision not to limp into Iowa.” The writing on the wall for Walker came…

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New Iowa poll has Jeb Bush in 4th place, Marco Rubio tied for 5th place

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Jeb Bush and Marco Rubio continue to struggle in the polls — this time in a new Quinnipiac survey of voters in Iowa, the site of the first election in the Republican race for president. As has been the case in recent polls, Donald Trump and Dr. Ben Carson lead the field.  Trump is at 27 percent in the Hawkeye State, while Carson is just six percentage points behind with 21 percent. Texas U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz is next with 9 percent. Then comes…

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