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Gallup poll, El Niño car tips, the coffee business

Published October 8, 2015 at 9:00 AM PDT
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People drive their cars through deep water in Los Angeles, California, on December 22, 2010. Downtown Los Angeles received one-third of its annual average rainfall in less than a week. As of midmorning yesterday, the rain gauge at the University of Southern California campus recorded 5.77 inches.
People drive their cars through deep water in Los Angeles, California, on December 22, 2010.

Gallup won't be releasing pre-presidential race poles, tips to prepare your car for El Niño, a look at the state of the coffee business.

Polling giant Gallup told Politico on Wednesday that it will be stepping back from handicapping the presidential horse race.
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