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Rand Paul Wins CPAC Straw Poll

For the 3rd year in a row, Rand Paul won the CPAC Straw Poll, holding off a strong showing by Scott Walker.

Poll: Clinton Continues to Leads Prospective Challengers

Hillary Clinton has a 7-10% lead over 9 prospective 2016 challengers according to this Public Policy poll.

Bush, Walker Lead South Carolina Republican Primary Field: Poll

Results of a Public Policy poll for the South Carolina primary, released February 18, 2015

Poll: Clinton leads in Iowa; Virginia and Colorado Tighter in Some 2016 Match-ups

Results of Quinnipiac swing state 2016 polls in Iowa, Virginia and Colorado. Poll was released on February 18, 2015

NBC News Marist Poll of Early Primary and Caucus States

Results of February 2016 poll for Republican nomination preference in the states of Iowa, New Hampshire and South Carolina

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