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Playinghardball

(11,665 posts)
Tue May 10, 2016, 05:04 PM May 2016

The latest Quinnipiac poll is everything we've been waiting for!

Sanders beats Trump EVERY. SINGLE. TIME.

Florida:
Trump 42 vs. Clinton 43 - Clinton +1
Trump 42 vs. Sanders 44 - Sanders +2

Ohio:
Trump 43 vs. Clinton 39 - Trump +4
Trump 41 vs. Sanders 43 - Sanders +2

Pennsylvania:
Trump 42 vs. Clinton 43 - Clinton +1
Trump 41 vs. Sanders 47 - Sanders +6

http://www.realclearpolitics.com/epolls/latest_polls/
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The latest Quinnipiac poll is everything we've been waiting for! (Original Post) Playinghardball May 2016 OP
Too bad he can't beat Hillary Gomez163 May 2016 #1
enjoy President Trump timmymoff May 2016 #7
He would be dead meat in the general election. Gomez163 May 2016 #9
She is dead meat timmymoff May 2016 #21
She has the most votes of any primary candidate, is beating Sanders by 3.5 million votes Gomez163 May 2016 #23
yup timmymoff May 2016 #26
They just don't get it. AZ Mike May 2016 #36
Most of them kaleckim May 2016 #53
Fuck 'em. Some damage can't be reversed. They will have to live with the consequences of their blind GoneFishin May 2016 #56
How many open primaries has Hillary won, you ask? 13 open primaries lunamagica May 2016 #67
Bernie gets 25% of the Republican Vote in Vermont. floppyboo May 2016 #43
What nonsense kaleckim May 2016 #52
The red baiting has worked nadinbrzezinski May 2016 #75
I get what you're saying kaleckim May 2016 #79
The example I gave you was not precisely young nadinbrzezinski May 2016 #80
nobody is afraid of red scare any more. grasswire May 2016 #76
+1000 n/t livetohike May 2016 #12
He can't beat the DNC and the Establishment. libdem4life May 2016 #28
He is outraising them outspending them and they still vote for Hillary. Gomez163 May 2016 #29
He's not a household name, duh. And, yes he has to continue the momentum. libdem4life May 2016 #37
Its a shame you have to resort to insults and can't back up your ideas with facts Gomez163 May 2016 #42
Dogfood in politics? Enough Said. That's just disgusting. libdem4life May 2016 #46
Keep selling that malarkey timmymoff May 2016 #39
Outraising Yes!!! Lot's of non-reg real dems love him! Outspending? You are kidding right? floppyboo May 2016 #50
This message was self-deleted by its author TM99 May 2016 #54
Sanders has done suprisingly well considering how undemocratic this primary is. That Guy 888 May 2016 #77
Exactly. Without the cheating and deck-stacking by the entire DNC machine Bernie would have easily GoneFishin May 2016 #58
Which says tons about people like yourself kaleckim May 2016 #51
Hillary only won lancer78 May 2016 #68
What do you mean the "pragmatic African American vote"? kaleckim May 2016 #70
African American voters lancer78 May 2016 #73
Unfortunately for you... JaneyVee May 2016 #2
Then why does 538 grade them higher? basselope May 2016 #10
Congrats on the 2 min post. Do you guys have a special app that allows you to lock in the rhett o rick May 2016 #18
FWIW, 538 is lousy this year. hellofromreddit May 2016 #32
I wasn't aware of the anticipation. NCTraveler May 2016 #3
If only he was just good enough to defeat Hillary. But he isn't. So he won't be the nominee... NurseJackie May 2016 #4
Strange way to look at things, considering timmymoff May 2016 #27
The shame will be the next 4 years. Barack_America May 2016 #45
To be fair, it could be HRH with Impeachment papers on Day 2. libdem4life May 2016 #47
Yep, that's the end game for the Hillary fanatics. BillZBubb May 2016 #65
Crosstabs are bad Station to Station May 2016 #5
But Bernie isn't running against Trump griffi94 May 2016 #6
Which still means nothing mythology May 2016 #8
This poll significantly over-sampled white voters and under-sampled Black voters; but, I agree ... 1StrongBlackMan May 2016 #11
That explains everything. TheCowsCameHome May 2016 #14
Ow! Ow! Ow! TheCowsCameHome May 2016 #13
This would be SUPER important if Proud Public Servant May 2016 #15
proud to put you on ignore. litlbilly May 2016 #41
he keeps winning, he has better poll numbers dana_b May 2016 #16
You forgot to put these up. Eko May 2016 #17
LOL...Quinnipiac that oversamples white voters nt UMTerp01 May 2016 #19
Nate Silver rips Trump-Clinton polls in 8-part Twitter rant brooklynite May 2016 #20
Ha..already blaming Sanders folk. Nothing about oh, say the FBI, libdem4life May 2016 #30
^lol^ I like bad puns! floppyboo May 2016 #44
In that poll, what do you think Sanders' diehards said when asked Clinton vs. Trump? Hoyt May 2016 #22
My god kaleckim May 2016 #59
I do realize how naive many are, and that when Clinton is officially Hoyt May 2016 #71
Feel the Bern! ViseGrip May 2016 #24
Sanders has not been attacked. It's that simple. nt ecstatic May 2016 #25
in your dreams. pdsimdars May 2016 #34
Yes, he has so many years of scandals. Um, he has decades of libdem4life May 2016 #35
Yes. We can start with the VA, Lockheed Martin, and gun lobby ecstatic May 2016 #49
You run with that. libdem4life May 2016 #55
No need. He'll be a distant memory in a couple weeks. nt ecstatic May 2016 #63
How about video with Bernie promising to raise taxes on the middle class redstateblues May 2016 #61
That's because he's clean. TheCowsCameHome May 2016 #38
?! kaleckim May 2016 #62
Bernie has not been vetted by the general public. These polls mean nothing at this point. beaglelover May 2016 #31
Quinnipiac has been off apcalc May 2016 #33
The rust belt is going to be a challenge with Clinton Ash_F May 2016 #40
That's not really a battle Sanders could win vs. Trump imo ContinentalOp May 2016 #69
Quinnipiac..lol. Ohioblue22 May 2016 #48
Another polling company under the bus. tabasco May 2016 #60
If the Rs had 5 months to run the video of bernie promising to raise taxes on the middle class redstateblues May 2016 #57
Or the "breadlines are really a good thing" video. NuclearDem May 2016 #64
Fine, but Bernie lost to both of them on March 16. ucrdem May 2016 #66
More polls, please! (Context.) CobaltBlue May 2016 #72
K & R AzDar May 2016 #74
K&R. nt silvershadow May 2016 #78
 

timmymoff

(1,947 posts)
7. enjoy President Trump
Tue May 10, 2016, 05:08 PM
May 2016

Hilary supporters, choosing to overlook her negatives and the various ways she has alienated the left we warned you. You didn't heed our warning. Now get out there and sell that flawed republican candidate in democratic clothing.

 

Gomez163

(2,039 posts)
9. He would be dead meat in the general election.
Tue May 10, 2016, 05:09 PM
May 2016

First it would be the red-baiting. Followed by the ads attacking his raising taxes. By September he would be trailing by 20 points.

 

timmymoff

(1,947 posts)
21. She is dead meat
Tue May 10, 2016, 05:30 PM
May 2016

now. Not many care for her but her followers who choose to avoid her record. it should be interesting watching the Hillary supporters turn to almost begging us to support her, good luck with that. I have no interest.

 

Gomez163

(2,039 posts)
23. She has the most votes of any primary candidate, is beating Sanders by 3.5 million votes
Tue May 10, 2016, 05:32 PM
May 2016

and is leading by almost 800 delegates.

 

timmymoff

(1,947 posts)
26. yup
Tue May 10, 2016, 05:34 PM
May 2016

she has democrat votes.. how many open primaries has she won again? You know the ones that
mirror an actual election. Get busy selling her, you won't have many of our help in doing so. Good luck in November.

AZ Mike

(468 posts)
36. They just don't get it.
Tue May 10, 2016, 05:50 PM
May 2016

The General is open.

Congratulations on the DEMOCRATIC win. Good luck with the OPEN win.

They're busy focusing on 30% of the electorate and beating their chests in pyrrhic victory. They should lift their heads up and look out at the 30% plus 42% Democratic-Independent coalition.

But, a loss is on their heads, not ours.

kaleckim

(651 posts)
53. Most of them
Wed May 11, 2016, 10:37 PM
May 2016

have not moved on mentally from the mid 1990s. They really, really haven't made sense of how radically the country has changed in the last decade or so. It is also amazing how much they've buried their heads in the sand this election cycle. Sanders supporters were warning them about these things for months now, and now that they're starting to actually face the reality we've been trying to force them to acknowledge, they're starting to panic, and are demanding that we bail them out of the horrible situation they've gotten themselves into. They should, and her army online do not help her candidacy. They're dismissive, arrogant and often, completely out of touch. Have zero interest in seeing these issues from the perspective of others, especially those not as well off as they are.

GoneFishin

(5,217 posts)
56. Fuck 'em. Some damage can't be reversed. They will have to live with the consequences of their blind
Wed May 11, 2016, 10:42 PM
May 2016

arrogant, grade school cheerleading.

floppyboo

(2,461 posts)
43. Bernie gets 25% of the Republican Vote in Vermont.
Tue May 10, 2016, 06:10 PM
May 2016

I don't have the #'s for 2000 Hillary in New York. Would be interesting.

kaleckim

(651 posts)
52. What nonsense
Wed May 11, 2016, 10:32 PM
May 2016

First off, he polls much better versus Trump and all the other Republicans, and has for months. He is far more trusted and far more liked (most popular candidate running, she would be the most unpopular Democratic nominee in party history and the second most unpopular candidate in polling history), does far better with independents.

You seem to think that this is 1993 and your silly little scenario is a done deal. The country's changed, it has, and people have been radicalized, which is why the red-baiting has not worked what so ever on Sanders. The media says or writes the word socialist more than the word the when they write about or interview him, and look at how much lies and manipulation have been thrown out there about him and his plans. I also find it comical that you seem to think that it is more likely that HE will run into some unforeseen troubles in the months ahead. Given the FBI investigation, her Wall Street ties and transcripts, her foundation, her top donors, that's not at all believable or logical.

 

nadinbrzezinski

(154,021 posts)
75. The red baiting has worked
Thu May 12, 2016, 01:08 AM
May 2016

but not in the way they expect.

Yesterday we had 15 Percent of the HRC supporters say they will vote Trump in Nov. Purely anecdotal, and it is a problem if you are HRC... and CNN did this interview in WV and I talked to a similar lady in San Diego a few months ago.

She had a HRC for president on the old El Camino, and I mean ancient, and a Trump for President bumper sticker with a HRC for President one, shall we say this reporter went WHIPLASH.. she was white, and in her late 70s. I foolishly thought, this has to be a his and her El Camino. Nope. She was going to vote for HRC in my primary June 7, becuase she needs to stop the commie. those were her words. Look at the age again. I truly get it ok. Then she proudly said she could not vote for HRC in November. Why? Morals, the Clintons are amoral folk. And we cannot have them in the WH again.

I filed that one as a mental note, and yesterday when CNN interviewed an older woman in WV, reporter was just as confused as initially I was, but she said almost the same words, I was dying. It is like did they find a clone or what? The other question is... how much of this is out there for real? That is the relevant question.

But yes, some of the red baiting has worked. Just not with the 65 and under crowd? Maybe 55 and under?

kaleckim

(651 posts)
79. I get what you're saying
Thu May 12, 2016, 10:26 AM
May 2016

but I would argue that the red baiting has worked this election cycle, it worked with older people that have had decades of propaganda zapped into their heads and wouldn't (and don't) support Sanders now. To some of those people, Clinton would probably be called a leftist, which is comical. My uncle is one of those people, he is constantly talking about Obama being a communist (LOL!). I think most people can see through the nonsense and don't buy that the relatively moderate and mainstream (according to popular opinion on the issues) leads to Stalin. Besides, if you look at polls, capitalism isn't polling too well either these days, especially with the younger crowd.

 

nadinbrzezinski

(154,021 posts)
80. The example I gave you was not precisely young
Thu May 12, 2016, 01:08 PM
May 2016

But do not discount it. Here we can bat it...but not everywhere.

grasswire

(50,130 posts)
76. nobody is afraid of red scare any more.
Thu May 12, 2016, 01:12 AM
May 2016

60 percent of Americans favor democratic socialism over capitalism.

The tax scare is also a non starter, except among the very ignorant. And they are already voting for Trump.

 

Gomez163

(2,039 posts)
29. He is outraising them outspending them and they still vote for Hillary.
Tue May 10, 2016, 05:43 PM
May 2016

Methinks the doggies dont like the dogfood Bernie is serving.

 

libdem4life

(13,877 posts)
37. He's not a household name, duh. And, yes he has to continue the momentum.
Tue May 10, 2016, 05:51 PM
May 2016

What an stupid response, BTW. Sadly lacking in intelligent discourse.

 

Gomez163

(2,039 posts)
42. Its a shame you have to resort to insults and can't back up your ideas with facts
Tue May 10, 2016, 06:09 PM
May 2016

I won't stoop to the name calling and personal attacks. If insulting an anonymous person on the internet makes you feel big and bad, I feel sorry for you.

 

timmymoff

(1,947 posts)
39. Keep selling that malarkey
Tue May 10, 2016, 06:02 PM
May 2016

I wish you well in Novemebr, get crackin you have a terrible candidate to sell

floppyboo

(2,461 posts)
50. Outraising Yes!!! Lot's of non-reg real dems love him! Outspending? You are kidding right?
Wed May 11, 2016, 10:22 PM
May 2016

There's that super pac/advertising thing
And with those millions, she still hasn't been able to shake off the socialist/independent/fringe Senator from Vermont.
What is she doing wrong, do ya think?

Response to Gomez163 (Reply #29)

 

That Guy 888

(1,214 posts)
77. Sanders has done suprisingly well considering how undemocratic this primary is.
Thu May 12, 2016, 01:37 AM
May 2016

Clinton has been "winning" since before the primary started.

A majority of the Super Delegates did not just back HRC before the Democratic Convention when they are supposed to cast their votes.

A majority of the Super Delegates did not just back HRC before the Primary was over because all of the votes have been cast.

A majority of the Super Delegates did not just back HRC before a majority of the caucuses and primaries were held.

A majority of the Super Delegates did not just back HRC before Super-Tuesday.

A majority of the Super Delegates did not just back HRC before Iowa and New Hampshire.

A majority of the Super Delegates did not just back HRC before a single vote was cast.

A majority of the Super Delegates DID back HRC before any other candidate announced they were running.

Then there is former HRC 2008 Campaign Manager/2016DNC head DWS who has clearly favored her (former?)political master from scheduling debates to how many seats Sanders delegates get on the DNC convention rules committee(oddly, it's far lower than the percentage of Pledged Delegates he has won)

GoneFishin

(5,217 posts)
58. Exactly. Without the cheating and deck-stacking by the entire DNC machine Bernie would have easily
Wed May 11, 2016, 10:43 PM
May 2016

mopped this up by now.

 

lancer78

(1,495 posts)
68. Hillary only won
Wed May 11, 2016, 11:36 PM
May 2016

because of the pragmatic African American vote. I think if Sanders had won Iowa AND New Hampshire, he would be in the lead now.

 

lancer78

(1,495 posts)
73. African American voters
Thu May 12, 2016, 12:49 AM
May 2016

have shown, like referenced in the article below from January, 2008, that they tend to vote for the "sure thing". I really don't know how to explain it right now as it will take time to research what it means.

http://www.cnn.com/2008/POLITICS/01/18/poll.2008/index.html?iref=nextin

 

JaneyVee

(19,877 posts)
2. Unfortunately for you...
Tue May 10, 2016, 05:06 PM
May 2016

Quinnipiac ranked worst pollster of 2016



65% accuracy may as well be a coin flip.

 

rhett o rick

(55,981 posts)
18. Congrats on the 2 min post. Do you guys have a special app that allows you to lock in the
Tue May 10, 2016, 05:28 PM
May 2016

first response? Seems weird that it's that important to you.

NurseJackie

(42,862 posts)
4. If only he was just good enough to defeat Hillary. But he isn't. So he won't be the nominee...
Tue May 10, 2016, 05:06 PM
May 2016

... and he won't have a chance to compete against Trump. What a shame.

Cope.

 

timmymoff

(1,947 posts)
27. Strange way to look at things, considering
Tue May 10, 2016, 05:39 PM
May 2016

Ali couldn't beat Frazier, Frazier couldn't beat Foreman, Ali could beat Foreman, strange how that kind of shit works.

 

libdem4life

(13,877 posts)
47. To be fair, it could be HRH with Impeachment papers on Day 2.
Tue May 10, 2016, 06:20 PM
May 2016

That'll show them.

ETA: I think this may be the coup de gras to destroy the Democratic Party...or what is left of it. But a lot of us will stick around and pick up the pieces. No way will they get our Party...no F'ing Way. We're ready to take it back.

BillZBubb

(10,650 posts)
65. Yep, that's the end game for the Hillary fanatics.
Wed May 11, 2016, 11:14 PM
May 2016

Of course they'll blame the left which warned them repeatedly of Hillary's poor chances in the GE.

5. Crosstabs are bad
Tue May 10, 2016, 05:07 PM
May 2016

QP has a habit of overestimating the white vote, and these suggest that, for the first time in three decades, the whites would increase their share of the vote.

Ideologically, I'd love to see Sanders win. I'm not fond of Clinton, but bad polls and Bernie doing well because he's effectively Generic Democrat to the wider public, the people who for whatever reason cannot muster any interest until November looks, don't serve as a good indicator of how he's going to fare when the Republicans start unleashing their brand of "truth" about him in a general election campaign.

 

mythology

(9,527 posts)
8. Which still means nothing
Tue May 10, 2016, 05:09 PM
May 2016

general election polls in the primaries mean squat, particularly when there are two clear front runners and presumptive nominees. Sanders not being one of them, hasn't been subject to the same level of attacks and such.

 

1StrongBlackMan

(31,849 posts)
11. This poll significantly over-sampled white voters and under-sampled Black voters; but, I agree ...
Tue May 10, 2016, 05:12 PM
May 2016

it is everything Team Sanders has been waiting for! ... Well, that and the indictment fairy.

Proud Public Servant

(2,097 posts)
15. This would be SUPER important if
Tue May 10, 2016, 05:20 PM
May 2016

1) the election were today, which it isn't; and
2) Bernie could get the nomination, which he can't; and
3) it actually showed Clinton losing the general, which it doesn't (we could lose Ohio and still win the general, even without any pick-ups).

So, slight correction: this single poll, six months out, isn't really anything anyone has been waiting for. And I say that as a Bernie voter.

dana_b

(11,546 posts)
16. he keeps winning, he has better poll numbers
Tue May 10, 2016, 05:23 PM
May 2016

and if he wins most of the rest of the primaries AND does VERY well in California, he definitely will have the argument to present to the Supers that he IS the better candidate.

Go Bernie!!!

Eko

(7,020 posts)
17. You forgot to put these up.
Tue May 10, 2016, 05:26 PM
May 2016

General Election: Trump vs. Clinton PPP (D) Clinton 47, Trump 41 Clinton +6
General Election: Trump vs. Sanders PPP (D) Sanders 50, Trump 39 Sanders +11

So cool, no trump either way, that is everything we've been waiting for!

brooklynite

(93,001 posts)
20. Nate Silver rips Trump-Clinton polls in 8-part Twitter rant
Tue May 10, 2016, 05:29 PM
May 2016
Politico

Nate Silver thinks it's time to pump the brakes on predicting the results of a Donald Trump-Hillary Clinton matchup in November.
"For f--k's sake, America. You're going to make go on a rant about general election polls -- in May?" the editor in chief of FiveThirtyEight wrote as part of a tweetstorm on Tuesday.

Silver said Clinton has an about 6 percent lead over Trump nationally, but cautioned: "It's early. Trump could win. Also, he could lose in a landslide." He added that Trump's presumptive nomination and Clinton's ongoing battle with Bernie Sanders could be having an effect — "We'll know more in June."

The statistician said he wouldn't have polls of each state for "a few months."
 

libdem4life

(13,877 posts)
30. Ha..already blaming Sanders folk. Nothing about oh, say the FBI,
Tue May 10, 2016, 05:44 PM
May 2016

the Foundation, yada yada..just so much insignificance...hardly warrants (bad pun) a peep.

 

Hoyt

(54,770 posts)
22. In that poll, what do you think Sanders' diehards said when asked Clinton vs. Trump?
Tue May 10, 2016, 05:32 PM
May 2016

I think once Sanders is out, Clinton's percentages will jump big time. If Sanders ran against Trump, by November, we'd be preparing for this generation's version of a George McGovern landslide loss.

kaleckim

(651 posts)
59. My god
Wed May 11, 2016, 10:44 PM
May 2016

You really don't have any grasp on how radically the country has changed. Really, the impact of the establishment's policies have radicalized people, and the impact has been disastrous. The polls on the issues, the size of the population that no longer affiliates with either party (and how well Sanders does with that group), how well Sanders does relative to Clinton versus Trump, how much more liked and trusted he is. What in the hell does modern America have to do with America 40 years ago?

As it stands now (none of us can predict the future), he is by far the most electable candidate. To think that he would collapse and she wouldn't is to basically argue that there are more scandals or developments that could crash his candidacy than hers. I don't see how any logical person could argue that, given her top donors, the FBI investigation, her foundation, her Wall Street transcripts, etc.

 

Hoyt

(54,770 posts)
71. I do realize how naive many are, and that when Clinton is officially
Wed May 11, 2016, 11:59 PM
May 2016

the nominee, how much she'll jump in the polls vs. Trump. I'm also glad she has a viable education plan, because a lot of folks need to take advantage of it.

 

libdem4life

(13,877 posts)
35. Yes, he has so many years of scandals. Um, he has decades of
Tue May 10, 2016, 05:49 PM
May 2016

public service...for which he has run against opposition and actually won.

He did not need the help of a spouse, a New York political handyman to pave the way for a carpet bagger, and a President to appoint. She's never won anything on her own, sorry.

And before we get started on Jane...does it measure up to, shall we say the shenanigans of Clinton v. 1? Guessing with all of those elections there was some kind of vetting done, you think?

Pretty sure no one is going to do a video of all of his flip flops and scandals. Be pretty short.





ecstatic

(32,390 posts)
49. Yes. We can start with the VA, Lockheed Martin, and gun lobby
Wed May 11, 2016, 10:06 PM
May 2016

pandering votes that have assisted in killing hundreds of thousands of Americans.

redstateblues

(10,565 posts)
61. How about video with Bernie promising to raise taxes on the middle class
Wed May 11, 2016, 10:45 PM
May 2016

His numbers would dive bomb. The last Dem, Mondale, to do that won ONE state

kaleckim

(651 posts)
62. ?!
Wed May 11, 2016, 10:48 PM
May 2016

Bernie Sanders has not been attacked?! Did you really type that? Do you live in such a bubble that you really think that, or is it just a talking point you've decided to pass on for our collective benefit?

beaglelover

(3,325 posts)
31. Bernie has not been vetted by the general public. These polls mean nothing at this point.
Tue May 10, 2016, 05:45 PM
May 2016

And Bernie won't be the D nominee so these polls are useless anyway.

ContinentalOp

(5,356 posts)
69. That's not really a battle Sanders could win vs. Trump imo
Wed May 11, 2016, 11:41 PM
May 2016

Two white guys fighting to see who can complain the loudest about NAFTA and TPP? No thanks. I think Trump is better positioned to feed into the racism and white male rage underlying that issue.

It's better that we actually run a candidate who provides a contrast to Trump, rather than a kinder gentler version of the same basic idea.

redstateblues

(10,565 posts)
57. If the Rs had 5 months to run the video of bernie promising to raise taxes on the middle class
Wed May 11, 2016, 10:42 PM
May 2016

his numbers would dive bomb

ucrdem

(15,512 posts)
66. Fine, but Bernie lost to both of them on March 16.
Wed May 11, 2016, 11:16 PM
May 2016

And Trump lost to Kasich who's currently out of the race. She'll take Ohio in November fear not.
http://www.nytimes.com/elections/results/ohio

 

CobaltBlue

(1,122 posts)
72. More polls, please! (Context.)
Thu May 12, 2016, 12:40 AM
May 2016

Bellwethers Florida and Ohio—and now Lean Democratic Pennsylvania—make it look terrible for a general-election Hillary Clinton.

However, a previous poll had Georgia a tossup—which should never be in that position for a winning Republican; that makes it look bad for Donald Trump. (Georgia shades, lately, at least +10 points red by comparison to the nation.)


More state—and national—polls are necessary. Not for me with my primary vote having gone to Bernie Sanders; but, for being up-to-date with understanding how the general election may be taking shape. Oh! And I also want U.S. Senate and U.S. House polls.

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