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Poll: Voters looking for no-fault relief

70 percent support no-­fault reform package LANSING, Mich. – Michigan voters are tired of paying high auto insurance rates and strongly support a no-fault reform package of bills pending in the State House according to a poll of Michigan voters released today by the National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB). Read more…

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Hillary takes a hit

Favorable rating drops, unfavorable soars, lead disappears LANSING, Mich. – Hillary Clinton’s growing unfavorable perception among Michigan voters is costing her the early lead she had on potential Republican opponents in next year’s Presidential election. Since March of 2015, Clinton’s favorable rating in Michigan has dropped by 15 points and Read more…

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Hillary up 19 over Biden and Sanders

Women and African Americans are strong for Clinton LANSING, Mich. – Hillary Clinton leads both Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders by 19 points among voters who say they will vote in the Michigan Democratic presidential primary next March. Clinton received 41 percent while Biden and Sanders both garnered 22 percent. Read more…

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Carson tops Trump in Michigan

Women voters put Carson in the lead, no one else breaks double digits LANSING, Mich. – Ben Carson leads the large field of Republican candidates running for President among voters who say they will vote in the Michigan GOP Presidential primary next March. Ben Carson tops the field with 24 Read more…