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    In a new McClatchy-Marist poll, outsider candidates like Donald Trump and minority candidates like Ben Carson and Marco Rubio show little chance of slowing their rise. Dr. Lee Miringoff of Marist explains what the poll numbers mean for the GOP. (Marist)

In a new McClatchy-Marist poll, outsider candidates like Donald Trump and minority candidates like Ben Carson and Marco Rubio show little chance of slowing their rise. Dr. Lee Miringoff of Marist explains what the poll numbers mean for the GOP. (Marist)
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Carson, Rubio, Cruz: The more GOP sees ’em, the more they like ’em

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