But the Hamden-based university poll found that Clinton’s lead for the Democratic ... while Biden would defeat both of them handily." President Obama's Approval
Connecticut Post · 3 minutes ago
Mr. Obama won 95% of that vote in 2008 and 93% in 2012 — keeping his Republican challengers well under 10%. That solid backing was a central part of the president’s coalition. But in the latest Wall Street …
The Wall Street Journal · ByDante Chinni · 1 day ago
Only 31% of survey participants were in favour of this measure with 36% opposed and 34% unsure. In August, Barack Obama launched “the clean power plan”, new rules designed to speed up the rate at which states …
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The Press-Enterprise · ByJeff Horseman · 12 hours ago
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“Great, everyone is saying I did much better on @60Minutes last week than President Obama did tonight. I agree!” Trump gloated. While he may be boisterous, his confidence is not unfounded. In the latest poll by CBS, Trump holds first place in the ...
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