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GOP in jeopardy of losing Arizona Senate seat, poll shows (access required)

Donald Trump remains more popular in Arizona than the nation as a whole. But pollster Mike Noble said it doesn't look like that will help the Republican Party hang on to the Senate seat being vacated by Jeff Flake.

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