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  • RPOF’s Curry: Don’t believe Q Poll

     
    Add Lenny Curry, chairman of the Republican Party of Florida, to the list of those who don't believe this morning's Quinnipiac University poll showing Barack Obama leading Mitt Romney in Florida by 9 percentage points. “Most polls show the race in...
  • Mack campaign: most polls are unfairly weighted but ours is more careful (though it still shows Nelson ahead)

     
    Stung by multiple public opinion polls in the past two weeks showing a large and growing lead for U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson, the campaign manager of Republican U.S. Rep. Connie Mack IV denounced them as flawed today and said more careful polling shows...
  • New Q poll brings more bad news for Romney, Mack campaigns

     
    Following disappointing polling numbers for Republicans on Tuesday, today's Quinnipiac University poll confirms a trend of slipping support for Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney and U.S. Senate nominee Connie Mack IV. The Q poll released this...
  • Thursday Morning Coffee: The five things you need to know this morning.

     
    Good Thursday Morning, Fellow Seekers. It's a gray and rainy day as we head into the final weekend of September 2012. And what better place to spend it than in a cozy courtroom with five or 10 of your closest......
  • Corbett approvals stay in the basement in new F&M, Quinnipiac polls.

     
    After more than 18 months on the job, Pennsylvania voters are still giving Gov. Tom Corbett poor marks on his job performance. Barely a third of voters (36 percent) say they approve of the Republican's tenure in a new Quinnipiac......
  • Tuesday Morning Coffee: Senate panel drops statewide board from charters bill.

     
    Good Tuesday Morning, Fellow Seekers. The state Senate tweaked a charter schools reform bill last night, dropping language that would have created a statewide authorizing board for the alternative public schools. The amended bill kicked out of the...
  • Corbett still upside down in new Morning Call/Muhlenberg College poll.

     
    Gov Tom Corbett's approval ratings remain stuck in the basement in a new Morning Call/Muhlenberg College poll ouf today. Thirty-nine percent of respondents to the poll of 438 likely voters said they disapproved of the Republican governor's job performance...
  • Q Poll: Obama clings to 1 point lead in Florida; Nelson up by 13 over Mack

     
    A new poll released this morning by Quinnipiac University, the first Florida poll Qunnipiac has done since September, shows President Barack Obama clinging to a 1 point lead over Republican nominee Mitt Romney in the Sunshine State. The poll shows, as...
  • Lies, darn lies and poll results: Who got it right on Election Day?

     
    By the time the dust finally settled on Tuesday night, President Barack Obama carried Pennsylvania by 5.2 percentage points over Republican nominee Mitt Romney. So this begs the question: Just how correct were Pennsylvania’s army of pollsters in...
  • Whitehall athletes commit to Division I schools

     
    Whitehall High softball star Madison Kelly and baseball standout Jacob Wloczewski are both headed to Division I college programs. Kelly, a two-time Morning Call all-area player, signed her national letter of intent to continue her career at Quinnipiac...
  • The underwhelming size of the 'under no circumstances' abortion caucus

     
    In many public opinion surveys on the subject of abortion, pollsters ask respondents a question that usually goes something like "Do you think abortions should be legal under any circumstances, legal only under certain circumstances, or illegal in all...
  • Monday Morning Coffee: When it comes to #VoterID, voters are polls apart.

     
    Ron Bukowski and Gary Miller stand on opposite shores in this summer’s debate over Pennsylvania’s new voter identification law. As he strolled through the Promenade Shops at Saucon Valley in Lehigh County on a blindingly sunny afternoon last...