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Slim majority favors legal pot in Az

Nearly four years after Arizonans narrowly approved medical marijuana, a poll suggests that a slight majority favors legalizing the drug. Fifty-one percent of those responding to the Behavior Research Center's Rocky Mountain Poll said the sale of marijuana should be legal. ... Read more»4

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Poll: Arizona won't be easy pick-up for Obama

A poll released Wednesday shows Mitt Romney with a 7-point lead over President Obama in Arizona. In the U.S. Senate race, Richard Carmona trails his rivals, but leads among voters who know enough about him to have an opinion.... Read more»

Poll: Obama/Romney race a toss-up in Arizona

Arizona voters who've made up their minds are evenly split between President Barack Obama and likely Republican nominee Mitt Romney, but 18 percent remain undecided, a poll released Monday said.... Read more»

Giffords leads with Dems, Palin with GOP in Senate primary poll

Arizona Democrats favor U.S. Rep. Gabrielle Giffords as their nominee to fill the Senate seat being vacated by Jon Kyl. For Republicans, former Alaska governor Sarah Palin is their top choice as a Senate candidate.... Read more»1

Poll: Support for alternative energy, path to citizenship trancends political barriers

A just-released Pew Research Center study shows strong support across the political spectrum for energy alternatives and offering a path to citizenship for illegal immigrants.... Read more»


Polls: Public backs collective bargaining rights for state workers

Wisconsin's governor seeks to eliminate collective bargaining rights for state workers. He claims this change is necessary to bring the state’s budget under control. The public, he reasoned, would take his side against the “greedy” unions. That doesn’t seem to be happening.... Read more»

Afghanistan: Public opinion turns sharply against U.S. forces

First the good news: U.S. forces are still more popular in Afghanistan than Osama bin Laden. But more than half of all Afghans — 55 percent — want U.S. forces out of their country, and the sooner the better.... Read more»1

Public: 'No thanks on that repeal thing'

Conservatives are likely to do very well in Tuesday’s election. They are also likely to make all kinds of fallacious claims about what the election means. One we’re likely to hear is a supposed mandate to repeal health care reform. But claiming a mandate doesn’t make it so. Consider these results from two recent polls.... Read more»

Brewer lead over Goddard slips to 3 points

Incumbent Gov. Jan Brewer's lead over challenger Terry Goddard has slipped to just 3 points in a new Rocky Mountain Poll. More than one in five — 21 percent — are still undecided, said the survey.... Read more»

Goddard tightens race with Brewer, slightly

The race between Republican Governor Jan Brewer and Democratic challenger Terry Goddard has grown a bit tighter, according to a new poll. But Brewer, seeking election in her own right, still has a 55-39 percent lead over the current state attorney general.... Read more»

McCain widens lead over Glassman

U.S. Sen. John McCain has widened his lead over challenger Rodney Glassman, a poll from Rasmussen Reports says.... Read more»

McClung says she trails Grijalva by 7 points

Ruth McClung, the novice Republican challenging Democratic Rep. Raul Grijalva, released a poll Wednesday showing that she trails the incumbent by seven points.... Read more»

Glassman picks up points versus McCain, still trails

Rodney Glassman picked up a few points with voters in his challenge to Sen. John McCain, a new poll says. But a New York Times analyst says the race is a lock for McCain.... Read more»

Brewer sees poll bump after debate debacle

Silence may well be golden in the Arizona governor's race. Following her fumbling performance in last week's debate, Gov. Jan Brewer has jumped a few points with the voters, according to a conservative pollster.... Read more»

Conservative group says Giffords/Kelly race tied

Incumbent Democrat Rep. Gabrielle Giffords and Republican challenger Jesse Kelly are tied, 46-46%, in a poll commissioned by a conservative group.... Read more»2

Majority of Az voters favor key provisions of SB 1070

Arizona voters overwhelmingly favor even the most controversial provisions within SB 1070, according to a poll released Wednesday.... Read more»1

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