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By Eric Pianin,The Fiscal Times
Although the economy is improving and plenty of government and privately funded food programs exist to help those in need, an alarming number of people are going hungry in this country.
The January Zogby Analytics Poll shows former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton keeping her leads over possible GOP contenders in 2016 - but her leads narrowing significantly. In the January 16-18 online poll of 890 likely voters, Mrs. Clinton leads former Florida Governor Jeb Bush by only 8 points -- 45% to 37% (down from 49% to 34% in mid-December's Zogby Analytics Poll) - and 9 points over former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney, 46% to 37% (down from 48% to 33%). The poll has a margin of sampling error of +.-3.4 percentage points.
Pollster John Zogby reports in our weekly White House report card that President Obama was surprisingly defiant in his annual State of the Union Address, but is unlikely to get many of goals OK’d by the GOP Congress.
A new Zogby Analytics of likely Republican primary voters shows that the 2012 nominee is in the lead for 2016, but only three points ahead of former Florida Governor Jeb Bush and current Florida Senator Marco Rubio.The poll of 223 likely primary voters was conducted online January 16-18 and has a margin of sampling error of +/-6.6 percentage points.