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Utah Poll: Trump up 6, McMullin sinks to third behind Hillary

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A new Monmouth University poll of Utah’s likely voters has doused Evan Mcmullin’s dreams of capturing his home state and possibly turning the 2016 election upside-down. Donald Trump came out on top with 37% of respondents favoring the billionaire. Hillary Clinton followed in second with just 31% and former CIA operative McMullin trailed far behind with just 24% of those ...

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Despite desperate moves by Dems, latest polls are TERRIBLE news for Hillary

The DNC is throwing absolutely everything at a soaring Donald Trump to see what negative news might stick, but the latest polls from battleground states show no mercy for the vastly unfavorable Hillary Clinton. Democrats staged a P.R. event disguised as the coming-out of an anonymous sexual assault accuser – then canceled it, Hillary has turned into Triumph the Comic Insult ...

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WikiLeaks Reveals Clinton Poll Oversampling Scheme

As we approach Election Day, there will be an incredible amount of talk about the polls. Mainstream media pundits will expound on the lead that Hillary Clinton has and how it is something that, in the short time left, can’t be overcome by Donald Trump. But is this “lead” that Hillary Clinton is said to possess and accurate reflection of ...

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Poll: Clinton loses edge in North Carolina

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A new poll shows that Hillary Clinton has lost the lead she once enjoyed in the critical battleground state. A new Elon University poll shows that Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are tied, continuing her decline in the Tarheel state. Just one week prior, an NBC/WSJ/Marist poll showed Clinton up 6 points in North Carolina, but two polls since have ...

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First polls after debate show Hillary Strengthening in Key States

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Whether it was her debate performance or the constant negative attacks and massive advertising push this week, Hillary has seen a resurgence in state polls released Friday. Prior to Friday, the only polls done since the debate were “snap” and online polls – neither of which are to be trusted. Now we get a look at the first scientific polls ...

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New Poll shows problems growing for Clinton in .. Pennsylvania??

Pennsylvania has been part of Hillary’s blue wall strategy against opponent Donald Trump, but with the release of a new poll – the wall continues to crumble. Hillary has lost ground in Nevada, Colorado, Ohio, Indiana, Virginia, New Hampshire, Maine and now Pennsylvania in what many experts are marking as the downward spiral of Clinton’s campaign. The Muhlenberg College/Morning Call survey ...

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New Polls Show Hillary Struggling in Battleground States

We’re finally seeing polls that reflect Americans attitudes on the presidential race that were conducted completely after the Hillary medical episode and craptastic attempted cover-up. These new polls continue to indicate the Trump is gaining or at least holding ground in some key battleground states while Hillary continues her catastrophic collapse. First, let’s give Mrs. Clinton some good news. Florida ...

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New batch of polls put some interesting electoral votes in-play

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Another day and another batch of polls has been released that show Arizona and Maine (CD2) may not be as set as they were last week. A PPP poll (yeah, I know, left leaning) showed Clinton up +1 in a head-to-head matchup in Florida and Trump up +1 if the contest includes Stein and Johnson. We had resisted pushing Florida into ...

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Polls: NC could be turning blue for 2016

In recent weeks, polls had showed Trump making significant headway in the tarheel state, but a recent poll may indicate a trend reversal. A CBS/YouGov poll of 1,088 likely voters shows Trump losing his temporary hold on North Carolina by a 4-point margin which increases Clinton’s lead over Trump in the same poll published  June 24th where Hillary had only a 2-point ...

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Reuters/IPSOS poll shows Trump holding steady, would lose to Clinton

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A Reuters/IPSOS poll released today confirmed that GOP candidate Carly Fiorina gained the most while billionaire Donald Trump held on to his lead. As with earlier polls, this newest reading shows Trump unable to best Hillary Clinton in a head-to-head match-up. Those who responded to the poll said that Clinton would top Donald 43% to 29%. Trump did extend his ...

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Trump sees best .. and worst numbers in new poll

A recently released poll shows Jeb Bush continuing to lose momentum while Walker and Trump continue to rise. A Quinnipiac University poll released yesterday shows that Donald Trump leads the GOP pack with 20% of Republican voters while Scott Walker takes the second spot with 13% and Jeb Bush slumps to third with just 10% of respondents favoring the former ...

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Trump’s rise continues at a cost to many GOP candidates

Trumps poll numbers have ceased to amaze his supporters and dumbfound those that would prefer he go away. Donald Trump didn’t just see a bump in the polls after his announcement. The Donald’s rise to the top of the GOP candidate poll numbers has been meteoric and has come at the cost to many favorites in the nomination race. Analyzing Real ...

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Reasons and numbers

When compared to 2008, Barack Obama’s early vote advantage has dropped by 22 points.  That is according to Gallup, one of if not the most respected American poll. In this year’s early voting Mitt Romney leads Obama by seven points, 52-45 percent.  Four years ago, Obama led John McCain among early voters by fifteen-points, 55-40 percent. The latest National Public ...

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Romney Gains, Obama Faithful Throw Fits

The Battleground Poll, a bipartisan poll taken last week, in addition to showing that Mitt Romney has a 52 percent to 45 percent advantage among middle class voters, is projecting Romney will defeat Barack Obama by a 52 percent to 47 percent margin. Pollster Ed Goeas said that while a strong voter turnout effort might help Obama close the gap ...

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