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There's a big overlap on two hot issues in the GOP primary, and Donald Trump sits in the middle.

The issue of the day is a bad one for Obama.

How the public reacted to a week of heated debate.



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Rubio and Cruz run third and fourth. Bush appears hurt by voters’ determination to shake up Washington.

Survey finds deepening concern about Obama’s handling of terror threat after the Paris attacks.

A racial divide exists among residents in their attitudes toward the city’s economic renaissance, according to a Post poll.

After one year in office, over 1 in 6 have still have no opinion of the D.C. mayor whatsoever.

A total gun ban, ruled unconstitutional in 2008, is backed by 51 percent following a spike in D.C. slayings.

After a year in which homicides have spiked, fewer D.C. residents say their neighborhood is safe, the poll found.

Sanders continues to struggle with non-whites.

Post-U.Md. poll finds broad concern about money in politics, but tepid support for public financing.

Warning signs for Bush, Trump.

A new look at polling assesses the debates' impact

Marylanders broadly support charges against officers in Freddie Gray’s death but are divided on other issues.

The evidence just doesn't back it up.

63% blame unaddressed mental health problems, 23% blame gun laws.

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As Clinton prepares testimony, poll suggests that neither side is seen as being particularly convincing

Republicans say they prefer outsider status to political experience in their search for the next president.

She has recovered with some key groups where she lost support. And they are groups that vote.

Biden runs third in new poll, with support slipping slightly. Clinton would benefit if he decides not to run.

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