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Poll says majority support criminal investigation of Hillary Clinton’s emails

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According to a Monmouth University poll released on Wednesday, 52 percent of voters say Hillary Clinton’s emails should be subject to a criminal investigation for potential release of classified material. The survey was conducted before news broke on Tuesday night that Clinton herself had turned over to the government her personal email server and USB thumb drives containing copies of the emails. While a majority told pollsters they wanted the feds to investigate Clinton’s personal email account during her time as secretary of state, 41 percent…

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Donald Trump leads in four new national polls

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The last national polls to be released before the first GOP presidential debate of the year takes place on Thursday are are in, and all have the same result: Donald Trump leads in all four new polls out from CBS News, Fox, Monmouth University and Bloomberg. The CBS News poll is the latest, coming out at 7 a.m. on Tuesday. It has Trump up with 24 percent. Jeb Bush is next at 13 percent, and Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker is at 10 percent.…

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New Monmouth New Hampshire poll: Donald Trump 24 percent, Jeb Bush 12 percent

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Another GOP presidential poll shows that Donald Trump’s comments about John McCain’s war service 10 days ago did not implode his campaign, as too many pundits predicted. A Monmouth University Poll of likely New Hampshire Republican votes shows the New York businessman/celebrity leading the field with 24 percent support, double the next closest competitor, Jeb Bush, who is at 12 percent. Shooting up to third place in the poll is Ohio Gov. John Kasich, who is tied with Scott Walker at 7…

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Monmouth University poll shows wide-open 2016 GOP field, with Jeb Bush on top

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The big news in presidential politics today is Rand Paul’s official entry into the presidential campaign, making him only the second Republican to formally enter the contest, joining Ted Cruz. Marco Rubio is scheduled to join them next week by announcing his candidacy in Miami. At the same time a new poll published by Monmouth University in New Jersey shows that there is hardly a consensus favorite this early out for the 2016 race. Florida Gov. Jeb Bush leads at 13 percent. He’s followed…

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