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WASHINGTON (CNN) -- CNN-commissioned polls and related stories:

June 27, 2007

CNN/Opinion Research Corporation poll: Attitudes toward gays

Full results (pdf)

June 26, 2007

CNN/Opinion Research Corporation poll: President Bush's job approval rating, the war in Iraq, whether to close the U.S. military base in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba

Full results (pdf)
Poll: Support for Iraq war reaches new low

June 25, 2007

CNN/Opinion Research Corporation poll: Proposed immigration bill

Full results (pdf)

CNN/Opinion Research Corporation poll: Presidential candidate preferences including Bloomberg

Full results (pdf)
Poll: Bloomberg could have Perot-like effect on 2008 race

June 6-11, 2007

CNN/WMUR/University of New Hampshire poll: Poll of New Hampshire voters on Democratic and Republican presidential candidates and their characteristics

Full results (pdf)
Poll: Clinton leads, but not most popular
Poll: Romney emerges as N.H. front-runner
You don't have to be likeable to be president ... but it helps
CNN New Hampshire debates archive
• Interactive: Poll results

May 4-6, 2007

CNN/Opinion Research Corporation poll: President Bush's job approval rating, presidential candidate preferences, Democratic control of Congress, the war in Iraq and benchmarks and timetables for troop withdrawals, likelihood of terror attacks, embryonic stem cell research, gay and lesbian issues, gun laws, global warming and 2001 tax cuts

Full results
Poll: Most back Congress over Bush in war funding fight
Poll: Liberals moving toward Clinton; GOP race tightens

April 10-12, 2007

CNN/Opinion Research Corporation poll: 2008 election, President Bush, Iraq, Democrats in Congress, immigration, the economy, Alberto Gonzales and race

Full results (pdf)
Poll: Presidential races tighten on both sides
In a Clinton administration, what would Bill do?

March 27-April 3, 2007

CNN-WMUR/University of New Hampshire poll: New Hampshire 2008 presidential primary

Full results (pdf)
Obama raises $25 million, challenges Clinton's front-runner status
Schneider: McCain hits the reboot key

March 9-11, 2007

CNN/Opinion Research Corporation poll: 2008 election, Bush, Iraq, favorable ratings, Democrats in Congress, Cheney, terrorism, economy, Afghanistan, I. Lewis "Scooter Libby," Daylight Saving Time

Full results (pdf)
Poll: Support for the Iraq war deteriorates
Poll: Anti-war sentiment grows in Americans 50 and over

February 1-5, 2007

CNN-WMUR/University of New Hampshire poll: New Hampshire 2008 presidential primary

Full results (pdf)
Poll: New Hampshire primary race tightens

January 23, 2007

CNN/Opinion Research Corporation poll: Reaction to State of the Union address

Full results (pdf)
Poll: Viewers have positive reaction to Bush speech
Bush State of the Union: Work with me
Democrats say Bush still not listening on Iraq

January 19-21, 2007

CNN/Opinion Research Corporation poll: 2008 election, Iraq, Bush, Democrats in Congress, top issues, Afghanistan, terrorism, global warming, Iran, abortion, economy

Full results (pdf)
Is Bush already a lame duck?
Bush faces highly dissatisfied electorate in speech
Bush initiatives face uphill battle in Congress
Giuliani 'not confident' war will turn around
Kerry decides against 2008 presidential run

January 11, 2007

CNN/Opinion Research Corporation poll: Bush, Democrats in Congress, Iraq

Full results (pdf)
Poll: Two-thirds of Americans oppose more troops in Iraq
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