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Boston Globe
More N.H. voters see Hillary Clinton as fit to be president, poll findslead over Republican rival Donald Trump in the battleground state of New Hampsh
More N.H. voters see Hillary Clinton as fit to be president, poll finds
Boston Globe / Posted yesterday
lead over Republican rival Donald Trump in the battleground state of New Hampshire, according to a new poll by WBUR and MassINC Polling Group released Friday. According to figures released by WBUR, Clinton leads Trump 42 percent to 35 percent... Read more
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The Washington Times
Hillary Clinton leads Donald Trump by 7 points in New Hampshire in post-debate pollto be a very good performance. Voters rated it very positively in the debates,”
Hillary Clinton leads Donald Trump by 7 points in New Hampshire in post-debate poll
The Washington Times / Posted yesterday
to be a very good performance. Voters rated it very positively in the debates,” says Steve Koczela, president of the MassINC Polling Group, which conducted the WBUR survey. “And she seems to have stopped the slide that she was experiencing... Read more
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Newsmax
Major Scientific Polls Show Big Clinton Win in Debate27 percent Public Policy Polling: Clinton 51 percent, Trump 40 percent The th
Major Scientific Polls Show Big Clinton Win in Debate
Newsmax / Posted 3 days ago
27 percent Public Policy Polling: Clinton 51 percent, Trump 40 percent The three surveys were curated into a chart by the MassINC Polling Group and posted on Twitter by its president Steve Koczela. Several other polls, many that had smaller... Read more
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Lowell Sun
New poll: Pot question slightly ahead, charter schools behindof charter schools and a plan clearing the path for a second slots parlor, acco
New poll: Pot question slightly ahead, charter schools behind
Lowell Sun / Posted 17 days ago
of charter schools and a plan clearing the path for a second slots parlor, according to a survey out Tuesday from the MassINC Polling Group. The poll released through WBUR shows the highest margin goes to Question 3, where 66 percent of voters... Read more
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Boston Globe
Charter debate focuses on funding, equity issuesfluently. “We need those resources to close that achievement gap,” he said. T
Charter debate focuses on funding, equity issues
Boston Globe / Posted 17 days ago
fluently. “We need those resources to close that achievement gap,” he said. The debate came as a new survey by WBUR and MassINC Polling Group showed that 48 percent of likely voters oppose Question 2, while 41 percent support it. About 11... Read more
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Boston Globe
Sept. 13, 2016of a new WBUR poll on the four statewide questions on the ballot this November.
Sept. 13, 2016
Boston Globe / Posted 18 days ago
of a new WBUR poll on the four statewide questions on the ballot this November. The survey, conducted Sept. 7-10 by The MassINC Polling Group ... also finds supporters of a ballot question legalizing marijuana slightly outnumbering opponents ...... Read more
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The Patriot Ledger
Voters back pot, reject charters in new poll on ballot questionsof charter schools and a plan clearing the path for a second slots parlor, acco
Voters back pot, reject charters in new poll on ballot questions
The Patriot Ledger / Posted 18 days ago
of charter schools and a plan clearing the path for a second slots parlor, according to a survey out Tuesday from the MassINC Polling Group. The poll released through WBUR shows the highest margin goes to Question 3, where 66 percent of... Read more
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The Brockton Enterprise
Voters back pot, reject charters in new poll on ballot questionsof charter schools and a plan clearing the path for a second slots parlor, acco
Voters back pot, reject charters in new poll on ballot questions
The Brockton Enterprise / Posted 18 days ago
of charter schools and a plan clearing the path for a second slots parlor, according to a survey out Tuesday from the MassINC Polling Group. The poll released through WBUR shows the highest margin goes to Question 3, where 66 percent of... Read more
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Lowell Sun
Voters back pot, reject charters in new pollof charter schools and a plan clearing the path for a second slots parlor, acco
Voters back pot, reject charters in new poll
Lowell Sun / Posted 18 days ago
of charter schools and a plan clearing the path for a second slots parlor, according to a survey out Tuesday from the MassINC Polling Group. The poll released through WBUR shows the highest margin goes to Question 3, where 66 percent of voters... Read more
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WWLP Springfield
Voters support pot, reject charter school expansion in new pollof charter schools and a plan clearing the path for a second slots parlor, acco
Voters support pot, reject charter school expansion in new poll
WWLP Springfield / Posted 18 days ago
of charter schools and a plan clearing the path for a second slots parlor, according to a survey out Tuesday from the MassINC Polling Group. The poll released through WBUR shows the highest margin goes to Question 3, where 66 percent of... Read more
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The Herald News
Mass. voters back pot, reject charters in new pollof charter schools and a plan clearing the path for a second slots parlor, acco
Mass. voters back pot, reject charters in new poll
The Herald News / Posted 18 days ago
of charter schools and a plan clearing the path for a second slots parlor, according to a survey out Tuesday from the MassINC Polling Group. The poll released through WBUR shows the highest margin goes to Question 3, where 66 percent of... Read more
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Boston Globe
New poll shows ballot question to expand charter schools is in tight contestequal to 11 percent, are undecided, the poll found. The WBUR polling was condu
New poll shows ballot question to expand charter schools is in tight contest
Boston Globe / Posted 18 days ago
equal to 11 percent, are undecided, the poll found. The WBUR polling was conducted between Sept. 7 and Sept. 10 by The MassINC Polling Group and focused on the four questions on the ballot for Massachusetts voters in November. Question 2... Read more
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Boston Globe
Why marijuana legalization in liberal Mass. might be a tough sellfound a 10-point lead for the ‘no’ crowd. “I was surprised by the last two pol
Why marijuana legalization in liberal Mass. might be a tough sell
Boston Globe / Posted 25 days ago
found a 10-point lead for the ‘no’ crowd. “I was surprised by the last two polls,” said Steve Koczela, president at the MassINC Polling Group. “The trend did seem pretty clear.” There are caveats, of course. Prior to the recent polls, data in... Read more
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Boston Globe
Why marijuana legalization in liberal Mass. might be a tough sellfound a 10-point lead for the ‘no’ crowd. “I was surprised by the last two pol
Why marijuana legalization in liberal Mass. might be a tough sell
Boston Globe / Posted 25 days ago
found a 10-point lead for the ‘no’ crowd. “I was surprised by the last two polls,” said Steve Koczela, president at the MassINC Polling Group. “The trend did seem pretty clear.” There are caveats, of course. Prior to the recent polls, data in... Read more
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Lowell Sun
Leaders oppose pot question, but voters may not fall in lineto legalization and 41 percent in support, with the remainder undecided. That i
Leaders oppose pot question, but voters may not fall in line
Lowell Sun / Posted 27 days ago
to legalization and 41 percent in support, with the remainder undecided. That is a significant change from May 2014, when MassINC Polling Group reported 49 percent in favor and 43 percent opposed. It's also a better environment for politicians... Read more

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