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  • 24 Hours Later, Not One Mainstream Outlet Has Covered Dems' Total Collapse in Reuters Poll

    05/22/2018 8:13:35 PM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 34 replies
    PJ Media ^ | 05/22/2018 | David Steinberg
    Reality never campaigns for Democrats.However, judging from the total silence over Monday's Reuters/Ipsos generic ballot poll, the nation's media certainly does. How else could an objective observer explain an apparent decision by every single mainstream outlet to ignore such a clear opportunity for website traffic?On Monday at 2:49 p.m., Thomson Reuters' Polling Editor Chris Kahn tweeted this shocker: the Democratic Party has completely lost the double-digit edge it held just weeks ago: Say good-bye to the D-advantage in the generic ballot. Our latest Reuters/Ipsos poll shows that registered voters as likely to support Republicans as Democrats. @ReutersPolitics https://t.co/0ZIVVs6Zqc pic.twitter.com/rLIHL7jPRl—...
  • POLL DU JOUR (More Republicans Likely to Vote than Democrats)

    05/22/2018 10:54:11 AM PDT · by TBP · 18 replies
    The Washington Times ^ | May 22, 2018 | Jennifer Harper
    POLL DU JOUR • 48 percent of Americans say it is “very likely” they will vote in the 2018 midterm elections; 60 percent of Republicans, 43 percent of independents and 54 percent of Democrats agree. • 18 percent overall say it is “somewhat likely” they will vote; 19 percent of Republicans, 17 percent of independents and 20 percent of Democrats agree. • 15 percent overall say it is “not very likely” they will vote; 14 percent of Republicans, 17 percent of independents and 14 percent of Democrats agree. • 19 percent overall say it is “not at all likely” they...
  • POLL SHOCK: Republicans take COMMANDING lead in Reters/IPSOS Generic ballot!

    05/21/2018 1:26:23 PM PDT · by dangus · 154 replies
    Reuters/IPSOS ^ | 2018-05-21 | Dangus
    What the graph shows: The Republicans now LEAD the generic ballot poll by 6.2 points. Last week, they trailed by 2.9%. They had been trailing by 11 as recently as April 8. They are now TIED among young voters.
  • CBS News Nation Tracker poll: Americans give Trump credit for good economy, mixed reviews on N.K.

    05/20/2018 3:19:43 PM PDT · by Olog-hai · 11 replies
    CBS News ^ | May 20, 2018, 10:30 AM | Anthony Salvanto, Jennifer De Pinto, Fred Backus and Kabir Khanna
    Nearly 2 in 3 Americans think the nation’s economy is in good shape, and most of them believe President’s Trump’s policies are at least somewhat responsible for that. More Republicans rate the economy positively than do Democrats. As Congressional primaries continue and Americans look ahead six months to their midterm votes, Mr. Trump looks like a positive factor among Republicans, 7 in 10 of whom say they’d prefer a candidate he backs — but the president’s influence is limited to his own party. More Independents say they’re less likely to support a candidate backed by Mr. Trump. Meanwhile on the...
  • Hunt: Voters miss Obama because they respect integrity [BARF]

    05/20/2018 7:42:53 AM PDT · by Maceman · 41 replies
    Greensboro News & Record ^ | 5/20/2018 | Albert Hunt
    A CNN poll last week showed that most Americans think Barack Obama was a better president than Donald Trump has been. The margin was huge: 19 percentage points. Trump supporters will yell “fake news,” but they’ll be wrong. Respondents to the same survey thought Hillary Clinton would have been a better president than Trump, but only by three percentage points. By comparison, she bested Trump in the 2016 popular vote by 2.1 percentage points. The wide preference for Obama over Trump (and Clinton) has little relationship to public attitudes toward policies on taxes, health care or Iran policy. (Obama and...
  • President Trump's Approval Ratings Keep Going Up (GOP can still retain House at -7 generic ballot)

    05/16/2018 11:06:52 AM PDT · by ethom · 40 replies
    New York Magazine ^ | 1 hour ago | the intelligencer
    In fact, since the start of this year, the percentage of Americans looking on their nation’s leader favorably has risen steadily. This has caused liberals no small amount of consternation. But in a new analysis of voters’ attitudes toward Trump — derived from more than a million interviews with voters in all 50 states — SurveyMonkey offers the most satisfying explanation of the president’s improving fortunes to date, while also putting Trump’s rebound in edifying perspective. Here’s a quick rundown of the pollster’s findings: How Trump has really been performing: Trump’s approval numbers are more remarkable for their stability than...
  • Poll: Optimism in Direction of Country Hits 11-Year High Under Trump

    05/11/2018 12:20:12 PM PDT · by ChicagoConservative27 · 13 replies
    brietbart ^ | 05/11/2018 | John Nolte
    A poll released by the far-left CNN shows that optimism about the direction of the country under President Trump has hit an 11-year high of 57 percent. The last time this same poll registered a number that high was in January 2007. This includes 40 percent of Democrats, which is a leap of 15 points from just last month. Only 40 percent say things are going badly. Also of note is that CNN polled a random sample of adults. Polls that screen for registered or likely voters generally produce a more favorable result for Trump. This poll is a good...
  • Another Poll: Democrats’ Generic Ballot Lead Now Down To … One Point

    05/11/2018 7:31:50 AM PDT · by PJ-Comix · 11 replies
    HotAir ^ | May 10, 2018 | ALLAHPUNDIT
    The old conventional wisdom: What if Democrats take back both chambers of Congress this fall? The new conventional wisdom: What if Republicans never lose another election? Seriously, it’s a cinch that the GOP will lose House seats this fall. The growing mystery is whether they’ll lose enough to actually return Nancy Pelosi to power. Yesterday CNN found the Democratic advantage on the generic ballot down to three points. Today Reuters finds it down to one. Given the feelgood spectacle this morning of Trump and Pence greeting American hostages on their return home from North Korea, it’s quite possible that a...
  • US presidential candidate John McCain now leads slightly in the polls (2008)

    05/10/2018 9:33:59 PM PDT · by conservative98 · 38 replies
    Indiaabroad ^ | Oct 11, 2013 | Wikinews
    United States presidential candidate John McCain now retains a lead over Barack Obama in several polls conducted in the past few days. Both Zogby International and Rasmussen Reports have McCain with a slight, but not statistically significant lead. The most recent Gallup tracking poll has McCain with a statistical lead of 5.0 percent. The Day to Day Politics Poll Average also has a slight, but not statistically significantly lead of 0.4% for McCain. Obama had a 6.0 percent lead in the Day to Day Politics Poll Average after the Democratic National Convention, but now is trailing after the Republican National...
  • CNN Reports Dramatic Narrowing of Party Midterm Elections Gap

    05/10/2018 6:46:46 PM PDT · by PJ-Comix · 43 replies
    Newsbusters ^ | May 10, 2018 | P.J. Gladnick
    CNN had a midterm elections message on Wednesday for its own Chris Cillizza: Don't count your electoral chickens before they hatch. As recently as Tuesday, Cillizza was hailing that "all signs are pointing to a Democratic wave." The very next day, CNN had some rather sobering news for the giddy Cillizza in the form of their poll, Democrats' 2018 advantage is nearly gone:
  • Poll: Majority says Russia probe is politically motivated

    05/08/2018 1:56:33 PM PDT · by grayboots · 12 replies
    The Hill ^ | 5/8/2018 | LUIS SANCHEZ
    A majority of Americans say special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 election is politically motivated, according to a new CBS News poll. The poll, which comes nearly a year after Mueller’s investigation began, found that 53 percent of people think there are political motives to the investigation, while 44 percent think the investigation is justified. Despite the perceived partisan motivations, 76 percent said President Trump should still cooperate with the investigation if he’s asked to be interviewed. That is a drop, however, from January, when 84 percent of respondents said Trump should cooperate with the...
  • Spike in Support for Trump Causes Pollster to Reject Own Poll

    05/06/2018 11:15:50 AM PDT · by davikkm · 54 replies
    breitbart ^ | NEIL MUNRO
    A poll shows that President Donald Trump’s approval rating has spiked since April 27 — prompting the Reuters/Ipsos polling team to quarantine their data. “Every series of polls has the occasional outlier and in our opinion this is one,” the pollster announced. “So, while we are reporting the findings in the interest of transparency, we will not be announcing the start of a new trend until we have more data to validate this pattern.” The spike shows Trump getting 50 percent support from swing-voting independents, 80 percent support from the GOP and 20 percent support from Democrats, with very few...
  • Today's Reuters/Ipsos poll of 1,337 registered voters...

    05/05/2018 8:25:42 AM PDT · by Conserv · 24 replies
    Trump job approval 49%, disapproval also 49%
  • Poll to freep

    05/03/2018 10:24:49 PM PDT · by Az Joe · 39 replies
    WKRM ^ | 05/03/2018 | staff
    Do you think President Trump should get the Nobel Peace Prize for his efforts to end the Korean conflict? Yes 54.13% No 45.87% Total Votes: 1755
  • A ‘WOW’ Poll About the 2018 Senate Races

    05/03/2018 11:31:42 AM PDT · by Oldeconomybuyer · 17 replies
    National Review ^ | May 3, 2018 | By JIM GERAGHTY
    Insert all the appropriate caveats: It’s only early May, this is one poll, candidate quality matters, we don’t know what big issues or scandals or events will alter the political landscape between now and November, etcetera. But this poll from Morning Consult should have the National Republican Senate Committee doing cartwheels, as this is a terrific time to be a GOP challenger. IMAGE OF POLL RESULTS:
  • Today Gallup has Trump's approval at 42%

    04/30/2018 3:56:52 PM PDT · by Conserv · 17 replies
    .... and that's among 1500 adults, not registered or likely voters. Also, today Real Clear Politics states that Trump's average approval rating is at a year high 42.9%
  • Six out of ten voters in Sweden want fewer refugees: poll

    04/25/2018 12:35:18 PM PDT · by BBell · 27 replies
    Sixty percent of voters want Sweden to take in fewer refugees than it currently does, according to an opinion poll. Conversely, more people think immigration is an overall benefit to Sweden than those who think it is detrimental. Six out of ten people who participated in the poll, carried out by market research firm Ipsos on behalf of newspaper Dagens Nyheter, said that Sweden should accept fewer refugees than current numbers. READ ALSO: Immigration propels Swedish population close to ten million 41 percent said that they would prefer significantly fewer refugees to be accepted, while 19 percent said they would...
  • Exclusive: Poll Shows Americans Side with Trump over Mueller Probe

    04/25/2018 12:16:54 PM PDT · by ChicagoConservative27 · 21 replies
    brietbart ^ | 04/25/2018 | Michael Patrick Leahy
    A national poll conducted of 1,000 likely voters by McLaughlin & Associates and former Clinton pollster Dick Morris provided exclusively to Breitbart News shows support for President Trump and suspicion of the investigation of Special Prosecutor Robert Mueller. By a margin of 51 percent to 33 percent, voters do not believe Mueller has found “real evidence of corruption by the president.” More specifically, by a margin of 10 points, 43 percent to 33 percent, voters feel that Mueller has not uncovered any evidence that “President Trump colluded with Russia to influence the 2016 election.” A plurality of voters, 43 percent...
  • NH Poll: Trump Approval Ratings Rising

    04/24/2018 5:18:47 AM PDT · by ChicagoConservative27 · 4 replies
    brietbart ^ | 04/24/2018 | Tony Lee
    Never Trumpers like Ohio Governor John Kasich and Sen. Jeff Flake (R-AZ) are hoping they can derail President Donald Trump in New Hampshire in 2020, but Trump’s approval ratings are on the rise in the Granite State. According to the University of New Hampshire’s Granite State poll that was released on Monday, approval of Trump’s “overall job performance, handling of the economy and foreign affairs, and his personal favorability have all increased since February,” primarily because of the state’s key independent voters. The poll found that 41% of New Hampshire residents approve of Trump’s job performance, up from 35% in...
  • Is an AKP victory inevitable in upcoming Turkish polls? (AKP = Erdogan's party)

    04/20/2018 4:53:47 PM PDT · by Texas Fossil · 8 replies
    Al-Monitor ^ | April 19, 2018 | Amberin Zaman (Turkey Pulse)
    As the shock of early elections announced yesterday begins to recede, a sense of inevitability is seizing Turkey. No matter what, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan will emerge victorious, or so groupthink has it. The presidential and parliamentary votes — moved forward to June 24 from their scheduled date of Nov. 3, 2019 — will be held under emergency rule, seemingly allowing Erdogan and his ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) to retain their iron grip.With last month’s sale of Turkey’s last notionally independent media empire, the Dogan group, to a pro-government businessman, state control of public messaging is near absolute. Selahattin Demirtas — the charismatic...