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News Junkie: Quinnipiac University focuses polling outside Connecticut

HAMDEN, Conn. — If you’re a close follower of the widely referred to Quinnipiac Poll, you may have noticed that there is one state that has been prominently missing from its polling in the past year: Connecticut.

The last “Connecticut” polling the Quinnipiac University Poll did was more than 14 months ago in June 2016, when it asked voters whether the state had more Boston Red Sox or New York Yankee fans.

The results of that poll, by the way, showed that Connecticut is still a “Yankee” state with 44 percent stating they follow the Bronx Bombers versus 36 percent Red Sox fans. Connecticut fans of the New York Mets were at 13 percent.

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