When it comes to dealing with the austerity crisis facing Washington politicians, a majority of Americans are lining up their support behind President Barack Obama and Democrats in Congress, according to a new Quinnipiac University poll.
A new CBS News/New York Times/Quinnipiac University poll gives President Barack Obama a one point lead in Florida, a five point lead in Ohio, and a two point lead in Virginia over Republican nominee Mitt Romney.
As the presidential election heats up over the summer, the latest Quinnipiac Poll has the race swinging towards President Barack Obama.
If President Barack Obama wants to carry the swing state of Florida, he’s got quite a bit of work to do, according to a new poll from Quinnipiac University.
Florida is one of more than 30 states that has passed constitutional amendments banning same-sex marriage in the state. But, those opinions may slowly be starting to change in the Sunshine State.
President Barack Obama and Republican Mitt Romney are neck and neck in the latest Gallup poll of swing states, including Florida. But, a deeper look at the numbers shows Romney’s path to the White House may be narrowing.
The presidential election is a dead heat in the crucial swing state of Florida six months ahead of the general election in November.
Just a little less than three months ago, incumbent U.S. Senator Bill Nelson (D-FL) was in a neck and neck race with Republican challenger U.S. Congressman Connie Mack. But since the last poll released by Quinnipiac University, the race has widened quite a bit.
Mitt Romney came into Florida needing a big rebound in the Sunshine State after getting drubbed in South Carolina; and based on the latest Quinnipiac University poll, he’s poised to win Florida easily.
Fresh off a rough debate performance Thursday night in Jacksonville; Newt Gingrich returned to South Florida Friday morning to try and whip up Latino support for Tuesday’s Florida GOP primary.