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Obama Keeps N.M. Lead Over Romney

Obama Keeps N.M. Lead Over Romney

By Michael Coleman / Journal Washington Bureau | Sun, Oct 28, 2012

President Barack Obama has held on to his lead over Republican Mitt Romney in the presidential conte …

Obama Builds N.M. Lead Over Romney

Obama Builds N.M. Lead Over Romney

By Michael Coleman / Journal Washington Bureau | Sun, Oct 14, 2012

JOURNAL POLL: President Barack Obama leads Republican Mitt Romney by 10 points.

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N.M. Presidential Race Close (Sun, Sep 9, 2012)

New Mexico Voters About Evenly Split on Obama Approval (Sun, Sep 9, 2012)


 

Heinrich Stays Ahead in Senate Race

Heinrich Stays Ahead in Senate Race

By James Monteleone / Journal Staff Writer | Mon, Oct 29, 2012

Democratic Rep. Martin Heinrich continued to lead Republican Heather Wilson in New Mexico’s U. …

Heinrich Leading in U.S. Senate Race

Heinrich Leading in U.S. Senate Race

By James Monteleone / Journal Staff Writer | Mon, Oct 15, 2012

JOURNAL POLL: Wilson May Have Lost Independents

Heinrich Leads Wilson in U.S. Senate Contest (Sun, Sep 9, 2012)

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Lujan Grisham Has Wide Lead Over Republican

By James Monteleone / Journal Staff Writer | Tue, Oct 16, 2012

JOURNAL POLL: Democrat Michelle Lujan Grisham has widened her lead over Republican Janice Arnold-Jones in the 1st Congressional District race, a Journal Poll has found.

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Lujan Grisham Is Leading In 1st Dist. Race

By Dan Boyd / Journal Staff Writer | Mon, Sep 10, 2012

JOURNAL POLL: Incumbents Ahead in Elections For Two Other House Seats

 

Voters Trust Their Own Parties on Issues

By Dan Boyd / Journal Staff Writer | Mon, Sep 10, 2012

JOURNAL POLL: Independents split their trust depending on problems

 


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Paseo Rebuild Has Strong Support

By Dan McKay / Journal Staff Writer | Wed, Oct 17, 2012

JOURNAL POLL: Voters tend to be deeply divided along party lines on many issues.

 

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Hands Down, It’s the Economy

By James Monteleone / Journal Staff Writer | Tue, Sep 11, 2012

The struggling national economy is the issue weighing the most on the minds of New Mexico voters. As …

Most in N.M. Same or Worse Off

Most in N.M. Same or Worse Off

By James Monteleone / Journal Staff Writer | Tue, Sep 11, 2012

23% Said Their Household Finances Improved in Past Four Years

 

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New Mexicans Divided On Health Care Reform

By James Monteleone / Journal Staff Writer | Tue, Sep 11, 2012

Thirty-five percent of New Mexico voters said they will be worse off under the sweeping national hea …

 

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Most in N.M. Give Gov. Good Marks

By Dan Boyd / Journal Staff Writer | Wed, Sep 12, 2012

JOURNAL POLL: Fresh off her prime-time speech at the Republican National Convention, Gov. Susana Martinez is riding high among New Mexico voters.

Opposition Still Strong to License Law

Opposition Still Strong to License Law

By James Monteleone / Journal Staff Writer | Wed, Sep 12, 2012

Survey taken in 2010 had a similar outcome

 

Majority Backs Linking Teacher Salaries to Scores

Majority Backs Linking Teacher Salaries to Scores

By Hailey Heinz / Journal Staff Writer | Thu, Sep 13, 2012
New Mexico voters generally support tying teacher evaluations and salaries to student test-score imp …
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Journal Poll: N.M. Voters Say Hold Back Struggling Readers

By Hailey Heinz / Journal Staff Writer | Thu, Sep 13, 2012

JOURNAL POLL: Pollster Brian Sanderoff said it was notable that such a policy had so much support among Democrats, since they usually are more aligned with teachers and teacher unions.

 

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Majority In N.M. Backs Medicaid Expansion

By Dan Boyd / Journal Capitol Bureau | Fri, Sep 14, 2012

Gov.’s administration hasn’t decided whether to participate

More Voters Say No To Pay For Educators in Legislature

By Deborah Baker / Journal Staff Writer | Sat, Sep 15, 2012

JOURNAL POLL: Lawmakers get per diem while serving

 

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