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  • Latest ABC poll shows significant milestone for Clinton, bad news for Trump

    06/26/2016 3:33:18 PM PDT · by MaxistheBest · 50 replies
    HotAir.com ^ | 06/25/2016 | Jazz Shaw
    Putting Hillary over the 50% mark will be a big deal for her campaign to tout on the media trail, and a twelve point deficit is a rather glum number to saddle Trump with. And despite the sampling used (which we’ll get to in a minute) this is the same poll that had Trump up by 2 a month ago. Still, the methodology matters and this one will be open to some of the same questions. . The survey was conducted June 20-23 and we’re going to see some of the same issues raised about this poll as with the...
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  • FREEP this poll - Which candidate do you trust more?

    06/22/2016 12:37:19 PM PDT · by Carpe Cerevisi · 50 replies
    abcnews4.com ^ | June 22, 2016 | WCIV
    Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton? Which candidate do you trust more?
  • FREEP This Poll..... Currently: Trump (R) 53%, Clinton (D) 35%.

    06/21/2016 5:12:06 AM PDT · by real_patriotic_american · 8 replies
    NJ Dot Com ~ True Jersey ^ | June 2016 | Brent Johnson
    "It's a presidential race that many political experts say could be thrilling, punishing, or maddening, depending on your opinion of the candidates."
  • Corrected Gravis poll has Trump well out in front of Clinton

    06/20/2016 7:12:54 AM PDT · by V K Lee · 35 replies
    http://www.americanthinker.com/ ^ | 8/20/16 | Sierra Rayne
    After an onslaught of highly liberal biased polls against Donald Trump during the past week, it was refreshing to see an only modestly biased poll -- in relative terms -- released on Saturday by Gravis. Read more: http://www.americanthinker.com/blog/2016/06/corrected_gravis_poll_has_trump_well_out_in_front_of_clinton_at_national_level.html#ixzz4C82wFJoK Follow us: @AmericanThinker on Twitter | AmericanThinker on Facebook
  • National poll: Clinton up 12 percentage points on Trump

    06/15/2016 4:57:13 AM PDT · by Pinkbell · 109 replies
    Politico ^ | June 14, 2016 | Nolan D. McCaskill
    Hillary Clinton leads Donald Trump by double digits, according to a national Bloomberg Politics poll released Tuesday. Clinton tops the general election poll against Trump and former New Mexico Gov. Gary Johnson, the Libertarian nominee, with 49 percent support among likely voters. Trump has 37 percent support, and Johnson has 9 percent support, with 4 percent undecided. Just 1 percent of respondents said they wouldn’t vote for any of the candidates. An overwhelming 55 percent of respondents whose first choice isn’t Trump said they would never vote for the real estate mogul. Forty-three percent of respondents whose first choice isn’t...
  • Which presidential candidate best addressed the Orlando shooting?

    06/14/2016 10:42:59 AM PDT · by BAW · 42 replies
    Which presidential candidate best addressed the Orlando shooting?
  • Gun laws don’t deter terrorists: Opposing view (NRA in USA Today)

    06/13/2016 4:23:58 PM PDT · by Red in Blue PA · 15 replies
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  • Gallup: Satisfaction With Country Under Obama Is Lowest Since Carter

    06/10/2016 7:21:09 PM PDT · by marktwain · 62 replies
    cns news ^ | 10 June, 2016 | Eric Scheiner
    <p>According to Gallup, Americans' satisfaction levels with the way things are going in the U.S. are low and President Obama will be leaving office with a lower overall satisfaction average of any president since Jimmy Carter.</p> <p>Only 29% of Americans are satisfied with the way things are going in the U.S. according to the Gallup poll conducted during the first week of June.</p>
  • Clinton opens up double-digit lead over Trump nationwide - Reuters/Ipsos poll

    06/03/2016 2:48:23 PM PDT · by Alas Babylon! · 216 replies
    Reuters ^ | 3 June 2016 | Chris Kahn
    NEW YORK, June 3 (Reuters) - Democratic presidential contender Hillary Clinton has opened up a double-digit lead over Republican rival Donald Trump, regaining ground after the New York billionaire briefly tied her last month, according to a Reuters/Ipsos poll released on Friday. The shift in support comes as Clinton steps up her attacks on the real estate mogul's policy positions, and as Trump fends off criticisms of his eponymous university and the pace at which he doled out money that he raised for U.S. veterans. Some 46 percent of likely voters said they supported Clinton, while 35 percent said they...
  • Trump Has Solid Lead Over Clinton in Georgia (Trump 49%, Clinton 40%)

    PPP's new Georgia poll finds that the prospect of Democrats flipping the state blue in the Presidential race may have diminished with the unification of Republican voters around Donald Trump in the last month. Trump leads Clinton 45/38, with Libertarian Gary Johnson at 6% and Green Party candidate Jill Stein at 2%. Georgia's a state where Trump is unpopular (44/49 favorability), but Clinton is another degree more unpopular (33/60 favorability). Clinton and Trump draw pretty identical support within their own parties. Clinton's up 86/3 with Democrats, while Trump's up 84/3 with Republicans. That inherently would give Trump the advantage in...
  • Fox News Poll: Voters trust Trump on economy, Clinton on foreign policy, nuclear weapons

    06/01/2016 8:16:58 AM PDT · by Innovative · 58 replies
    Fox News ^ | May 20, 2016 | Dana Blanton
    More American voters trust Donald Trump to do a better job than Hillary Clinton on the issue most say will decide their vote this year: the economy. But, Clinton tops Trump in other key areas, including foreign policy -- and nuclear weapons. That’s according to a new Fox News national poll on top issues in the 2016 election. Relatively few voters, 26 percent, feel they’re better off now compared to before President Barack Obama took office. So it should be no surprise about four voters in 10 -- Democrats and Republicans alike -- say the economy will be the issue...
  • Quinnipiac National Poll [06/01/16]: Trump 41, Hillary 45

    06/01/2016 3:47:40 AM PDT · by Utmost Certainty · 37 replies
    Quinnipiac University Poll ^ | 06/01/2016 | Tim Malloy
    A titanic clash of the sexes leaves Democrat Hillary Clinton with a small 45 - 41 percent lead over Republican Donald Trump in the race for president, according to a Quinnipiac University National poll released today. When third party candidates are added to the mix, Clinton gets 40 percent with Trump at 38 percent, too close to call, the independent Quinnipiac (KWIN-uh-pe-ack) University Poll finds. Libertarian Party candidate Gary Johnson gets 5 percent and Green Party candidate Jill Stein gets 3 percent. Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont leads Trump among all American voters 48 - 39 percent, but trails Clinton...
  • Hoover Institution Golden State Poll: Clinton +13 Over Sanders; Harris, Sanchez Lead Senate Field

    05/31/2016 9:03:07 PM PDT · by af_vet_1981 · 8 replies
    Hoover Institution, Stanford University ^ | Tuesday, May 31, 2016 | Hoover Institution, Stanford University
    The survey, which interviewed 1,700 adult (18 and up) Californians, was conducted from May 4 to May 16. Looking to November, there’s tepid support for the two likely nominees. Clinton leads Trump, 45 percent to 33 percent, with Libertarian Gary Johnson polling at 4 percent and 8 percent considering a write-in candidate;
  • New Jersey: Clinton Holds Narrow Lead Trump in General Election

    05/31/2016 8:19:11 AM PDT · by usafa92 · 47 replies
    Monmouth University ^ | 5/31/2016 | Monmouth University
    West Long Branch, NJ – Hillary Clinton holds a narrow lead over Donald Trump in an early read of New Jersey registered voters five months before the general election. The Monmouth University Poll finds that neither candidate has solidified support among core constituent groups. With the top of the ticket taking shape for both parties, speculation has turned to a couple of Garden State office holders as potential running mates. The poll finds that one name in particular – the state’s own governor – may actually put New Jersey electoral votes further out of reach for Trump. In a head-to-head...
  • Franklin Pierce-Herald poll shows tight NH race, trouble for Clinton [Trump 44% Clinton 44%]

    05/30/2016 7:56:11 PM PDT · by GonzoII · 21 replies
    bostonherald.com ^ | Monday, May 30, 2016 | Joe Battenfeld
    Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are deadlocked in the swing state of New Hampshire, but a stunning two-thirds of likely voters say they don’t like either of them, a new Franklin Pierce University-Boston Herald poll reveals.POLL REPORT: Link to results here...POLL TABLES: Dig into the data here...Clinton and Trump are both getting 44 percent of the vote in a general-election matchup yet just only a third of all voters have a favorable view of the two likely presidential nominees, according to the new poll.The poll should cause some concern among Democrats who have counted on New Hampshire’s four electoral votes...
  • Russians' Approval of U.S. Leadership Drops to Record 1%

    05/29/2016 4:12:18 PM PDT · by SoFloFreeper · 17 replies
    gallup ^ | Julie Ray
    Just 1% of Russians approved of U.S. leadership in 2015 -- the worst rating in the world last year and the lowest approval Gallup has measured for the U.S. in the past decade. Remarkably, this is even worse than their previous record-low 4% approval in 2014.
  • California voters rank jobs, employment as top presidential election issues

    05/28/2016 5:48:18 PM PDT · by Innovative · 21 replies
    KPCC ^ | May 26, 2016 | KPCC Staff
    It's been about eight years since the Great Recession, but California voters still rank jobs and the economy as the most important issue heading into the presidential primary election. That's one of the findings of a new Field Poll released Thursday, just 12 days before the June 7 runoff. Seven out of 10 likely voters across the political spectrum rated the economy as a top concern, according to results from the Field Poll conducted for the USC Schwarzenegger Institute for State and Global Policy.
  • New Virginia Poll Shows Huge Jump For Trump over Hillary (Trump 38%, Hillary 38%)

    05/23/2016 6:27:19 PM PDT · by BlackFemaleArmyCaptain · 26 replies
    New Roanoke College Poll has Donald Trump launching +11% to pull even with Hillary in Virginia.
  • Poll: 61% Percent Concerned about Trump's Experience

    05/23/2016 4:02:31 PM PDT · by Innovative · 54 replies
    NBC News ^ | May 23, 2016 | Carrie Dann
    Donald Trump has highlighted his credentials as an outsider throughout his 2016 campaign, but six-in-ten American voters say they're unsure about his lack of military or government experience, a new NBC News/ Wall Street Journal poll shows. And more than 40 percent say they're very uncomfortable about the holes in his resume, which would make him the first president without a record of military or elected public service.
  • General Election: Trump vs. Clinton ( Trump closes 10 point gap)

    05/22/2016 3:23:10 PM PDT · by GilGil · 16 replies
    Real Clear Politics ^ | 5/19/2016 | Staff
    General Election: Trump vs. Clinton
  • Republicans Want Their Party to Unify Behind Donald Trump, Poll Shows

    05/20/2016 1:26:59 PM PDT · by Innovative · 13 replies
    NY Times ^ | May 20, 2016 | JONATHAN MARTIN and DALIA SUSSMAN
    An overwhelming majority of Republican voters say their party’s leaders should get behind Donald J. Trump, even as he enters the general election saddled with toxic favorability ratings among the broader electorate, according to the latest New York Times/CBS News poll.
  • WaPo poll finds 90% of Native Americans NOT offended by Washington Redskins name.

    05/19/2016 10:55:35 AM PDT · by Sean_Anthony · 21 replies
    Canada Free Press ^ | 05/19/16 | Robert Laurie
    Uh oh. So NOBODY cares. Bad news, outrage peddlers. We’ve known for some time that nobody really cares about your efforts to make America clamor for the end of the racist monstrosity known as the “Washington Redskins.” It’s been a non-issue for most people since day one. However, if you hate that ugly football team, things just took a turn for the worse. Not only is the majority ambivalent, but a new Washington Post poll has been released and, according to the data, Social Justice Warriors have failed to convince Native Americans that they should care either.
  • Fox News Poll: Clinton's negatives surpass Trump's

    American voters dislike Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. A record 61 percent have a negative view of the likely Democratic nominee, according to a Fox News poll released Wednesday. That’s up from 58 percent in March. Fifty-six percent have an unfavorable view of Trump -- though that’s actually good news for Donald. Because it was 65 percent two months ago (that was a record high). Thirty-seven percent have a favorable opinion of Clinton, down two points from 39 percent in March, establishing a new low. The likely Republican nominee’s favorable jumped over the same time period: 41 percent view Trump...
  • VIDEO: Hillary ripped during CBS focus group — by women (V vote losing ground)

    05/13/2016 8:39:52 PM PDT · by Beautiful_Gracious_Skies · 83 replies
    Six Democrats, six Republicans and six independents found common ground yesterday: They all objected Hillary Clinton “pandering” to them. CBS hosted a focus group of women to gauge their opinions of the only woman running for president. In short, it was brutal. Luntz went down the row for random reactions and they included: “corrupt”, “liar”, “deceiver” and “opportunist.” “I look at them and say in a country of over 330 million people, these are the best we could find?” one woman said, referring to Clinton and Donald Trump. Another objected to Hillary saying Republicans are her “enemy.” One woman said...
  • [] NEW Gravis Marketing [] Poll: Latino/Hispanic voters went for TRUMP 55% to Hillary 45%

    05/13/2016 6:51:40 AM PDT · by GonzoII · 31 replies
    Twitter/You Tube ^ | 11. Mai 2016 | Robyn
    One America’s Cameron Cramer details OAN’s first general election national poll and explains where a group of more than 1500 voters stands if November presents a showdown between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. youtube.com
  • BREAKING: New Quinnipiac Swing State Polls – Trump VS Clinton in OH, PA, FL…

    05/10/2016 4:52:40 AM PDT · by Dana1960 · 16 replies
    The Conservative Treehouse ^ | 5/10/16 | sundance
    (Via Quinnipiac University) Clinton and Trump both have negative favorability ratings among voters in each state, compared to Sanders’ split score, the independent Quinnipiac (KWIN-uh-pe-ack) University Poll finds. The Swing State Poll focuses on Florida, Ohio and Pennsylvania because since 1960 no candidate has won the presidential race without taking at least two of these three states. The presidential matchups show: Florida – Clinton at 43 percent, with 42 percent for Trump and Sanders at 44 percent to Trump’s 42 percent; Ohio – Trump edges Clinton 43 – 39 percent, while Sanders gets 43 percent to Trump’s 41 percent; Pennsylvania...
  • POLL: Trump Trounces Hillary In Louisiana With Independents, Democrats And Women (52% to 36%)

    Presumptive GOP nominee Donald Trump is annihilating Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton in the state of Louisiana, not only with Republicans, but with key groups of Independents and Democrats too, new polling shows. In a head-to-head match-up against Trump and Clinton, Trump leads with 52 percent compared to Clinton’s 36 percent, according to JMC Analytics and Polling. Four percent said they would support a third party and just eight percent said they were undecided. Among white Independents in Louisiana, Trump is winning big, with 73 percent to Clinton’s 17 percent. And even with white Democrats, Trump leads Clinton 53 percent to...
  • Interesting Cruz Poll Being Taken in South Dakota Today

    05/09/2016 6:44:38 PM PDT · by Pardon Me · 78 replies
    South Dakota War College ^ | May 9, 2016 | Pat Powers
    Interesting. I was just polled by a national firm and given a somewhat extensive poll about my reaction if Ted Cruz un-suspended his campaign. Someone thinks it’s an idea worth exploring. At least, enough to run a poll on.
  • PPP Poll: Americans Don’t Trust Trump on Supreme Court Vacancy; 65% Want Hearings

    05/09/2016 12:19:00 PM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 73 replies
    Public Policy Polling ^ | 05/09/2016 | Tom Jensen, Director of Public Policy Polling
    From: Tom Jensen, Director of Public Policy Polling To: Interested Parties Subject: Americans Don’t Trust Trump on Supreme Court Vacancy; 65% Want Hearings Date: 5-9-16 A new national Public Policy Polling survey finds Americans don’t trust Donald Trump to nominate a new Supreme Court justice, and would much rather have that decision in the hands of either Barack Obama or Hillary Clinton. Beyond that, there is growing support for filling the seat this year and failure to do so could result in strong backlash for Senate Republicans this fall. Key findings from the survey include: -Only 38% of voters nationally...
  • Who should Donald Trump choose to run as his Vice President?

    05/07/2016 10:46:56 AM PDT · by Zenjitsuman · 55 replies
    Hannity.com ^ | 5/7/16 | Hannity
    Freep this poll
  • Nebraska GOP Primary 2016: Trump an Early Favorite

    05/04/2016 6:04:01 AM PDT · by RayofHope · 19 replies
    Heavy ^ | 05/03/2016 | Jonathan Adams
    Nebraska is the next stop on the campaign trail for the GOP candidates. The Nebraska Republican primary will take place May 10 with 36 delegates at stake. The delegates are awarded in winner-take-all fashion with the candidate with the most votes statewide winning all 36 delegates. There have been no early polls taken in Nebraska but this will likely change in the coming days. PredictWise aggregates the betting markets to project primary winners. They give Donald Trump a 71 percent chance of winning the state while Ted Cruz has just a 29 percent chance of pulling off the upset.
  • Trump, Sanders lead in West Virginia (Trump leads 61% to 22% for Cruz)

    05/03/2016 12:06:23 PM PDT · by No Dems 2016 · 80 replies
    PPP's new West Virginia poll finds it's likely to just keep Donald Trump's recent streak of dominant victories right on going. Trump leads in the state with 61% to 22% for Ted Cruz and 14% for John Kasich. Trump, with a 67/24 favorability rating, is the only candidate GOP voters in the state even like. Both Kasich (32/50) and Cruz (32/53) come in with negative favorability ratings. Adding Carly Fiorina to the ticket has done little to help Cruz. Only 12% of voters say picking her as his running mate makes them more likely to vote for Cruz, compared to...
  • Poll: Donald Trump Hits New High Among GOP Voters (Morning Consult Tracker - T (56%), C (20%)

    05/03/2016 10:33:15 AM PDT · by tatown · 22 replies
    Morning Consult ^ | 5/3/16 | Cameron Easley
    As front-runner Donald Trump continues his march toward the Republican nomination for president, he is more popular than ever among GOP voters, according to a new Morning Consult survey. Fifty-six percent of Republicans and Republican-leaning independents polled from April 29 through May 2 said they would vote for Trump if the election were held today. That’s an 8-point increase from our previous poll, taken last week. And while Trump is up 8 points, the news gets worse for his main competitor, Sen. Ted Cruz. Only 20 percent of voters are still backing the Texas Republican for the nomination, which is...
  • Donald Trump's Lead Continues to Grow Nationally: Poll (T-56%, C-22%)

    05/03/2016 5:56:07 AM PDT · by tatown · 48 replies
    NBC News ^ | 5/3/16 | NBC News|SurveyMonkey
    The poll also found that following Trump's landslide primary victories last week, his support among Republican and Republican-leaning voters nationally is up 6 points. Trump has hit 56 percent support, his highest yet in the NBC News|SurveyMonkey Weekly Election Tracking Poll. As the primary season winds down, Trump has gained more support from Republican leadership, and Trump's spike appears to be a sign that Republicans are beginning to rally together to support the front-runner. Support for Cruz and John Kasich is down this week. Cruz has 22 percent support, down 4 points from last week. Kasich has 14 percent support,...
  • CNN poll: Americans agree Clinton and Trump headed for a faceoff (National: Trump 49%; Cruz: 25%)

    05/02/2016 7:15:02 PM PDT · by Trump20162020 · 6 replies
    CNN ^ | May 02, 2016 | Jennifer Agiesta
    Americans don't agree on much in politics these days, but a new poll finds broad majorities in agreement that the front-runners for the Republican and Democratic nominations for president will wind up the winners in the end. According to a new CNN/ORC poll out Monday, 84% of voters nationwide think Donald Trump will lead the Republican ticket in November, while 85% say the same about Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton. But the sense of inevitability hasn't boosted their support among their own parties. Each has the backing of about half of voters: Clinton is the choice of 51% of Democratic voters,...
  • Ohioans Want Kasich To Drop Out [Great General Election Polling fro Trump]

    05/02/2016 6:51:59 AM PDT · by LNV · 13 replies
    Public Policy Polling ^ | 5/2/2016 | Dean Debnam
    "Ohio continues the recent trend we've found in our polling of Ted Cruz polling even worse for the general election than Donald Trump. Trump certainly is unpopular- only 35% of voters see him favorably to 57% with an unfavorable opinion, and he trails Hillary Clinton 45/42 and Bernie Sanders 45/41 in the state. But Cruz is far worse off- just 21% of voters have a positive opinion of him to 62% with a negative one and he trails Clinton and Sanders each by 9 points at 44/35."
  • Trump Change: 89% of GOP Voters Now Say Trump Is Likely Nominee

    05/01/2016 8:55:26 AM PDT · by RayofHope · 21 replies
    Rasmussen Reports ^ | Friday, April 29, 2016 | Rasmussen Reports
    Belief that Donald Trump is the likely Republican presidential nominee has soared to its highest level ever and matches perceptions that Hillary Clinton will be the Democratic standard-bearer in the fall.
  • Freep a Poll!(Will Donald Trump reach 1,237 GOP delegates?)

    04/29/2016 8:02:09 PM PDT · by dynachrome · 37 replies
    http://www.washingtontimes.com ^ | 4-28-16 | Washington Times
    QUESTION OF THE DAY Will Donald Trump reach 1,237 GOP delegates? Question of the Day YES NO NOT SURE
  • Republican party now more hated in US than it's been in 24 YEARS and Donald Trump may be to blame

    04/29/2016 11:12:17 AM PDT · by Zakeet · 52 replies
    (UK) Daily Mail ^ | April 29, 2016 | James Wilkinson
    The Republican Party is now more hated than it's been in 24 years, new research shows - and it might be the fault of Donald Trump. In October, 37 percent of people polled had a favorable view of the Republican Party and 58 percent viewed it negatively. Now those numbers are 33 percent in favor and 62 percent against, according to data released by the Pew Research Center Thursday. That puts the party at its lowest point since 1992 - the latest point in a drop that has coincided with the rise of Trump.
  • Poll: Trump leads Indiana by 9 points

    04/29/2016 11:01:09 AM PDT · by monkapotamus · 63 replies
    The Hill ^ | April 29, 2016 | Jesse Byrnes
    Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump is ahead by 9 points in Indiana ahead of the state's Tuesday primary, according to a poll released Friday. Trump has 41 percent support among likely GOP primary voters, the American Research Group poll found, followed by Ted Cruz, at 32 percent, and John Kasich, at 21 percent. Trump is the top choice among the solely self-reported Republicans surveyed, taking 42 percent compared to 34 percent for Cruz and 17 percent for Kasich...
  • Poll: Trump holds double-digit lead in Oregon

    04/28/2016 2:09:49 PM PDT · by maggief · 41 replies
    The Hill ^ | April 28, 2016 | Rebecca Savransky
    Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump holds a double-digit lead over his competitors in Oregon, according to a new poll by Portland-based Hoffman Research Group. Trump has 43 percent support in the poll, followed by Ted Cruz with 26 percent and John Kasich with just 17 percent support. Cruz and Kasich announced last weekend a joint effort to deny Trump the nomination. As part of the strategy, Kasich would clear a path for Cruz in the Indiana primary and Cruz would back down in Oregon and New Mexico. But both candidates have walked away from the arrangement since their campaigns' announcement....
  • Poll: Overwhelming majority of Palestinians support terror

    04/26/2016 5:09:04 PM PDT · by Eleutheria5 · 21 replies
    Arutz Sheva ^ | 26/4/16
    The overwhelming majority of young Palestinians believe the Israeli-Palestinian conflict cannot be resolved through negotiations. A poll of Palestinian youth, defined as ages 16-30, published Monday by the Jerusalem Media and Communications Center depicts a community that is socially conservative, supports violence against Israel, is skeptical about its leadership and opposes the Islamic State. It also shows significantly greater support for violence among Palestinians in the Gaza Strip than among those in Judea and Samaria While 47.4 percent of youths in Judea and Samaria oppose stabbing attacks, 78.6 percent of Gaza youths support them, according to the poll. In addition,...
  • National GOP poll: Trump 45%; Cruz 29%; Kasich 17%

    04/25/2016 12:34:48 PM PDT · by Trump20162020 · 46 replies
    USA Today/Suffolk ^ | April 25, 2016 | Suffolk University
    Trump: 45% Cruz: 29% Kasich: 17%
  • Latest 2016 GOP Presidential Primary Polls

    04/25/2016 6:01:54 AM PDT · by RayofHope · 4 replies
    RealClear Politics ^ | RealClear Politics
    Latest 2016 GOP Presidential Primary Polls
  • CBS polls: Trump leads by five in Indiana, by 23 in Pennsylvania

    04/24/2016 3:14:24 PM PDT · by MaxistheBest · 50 replies
    HotAir.com ^ | 04/24/2016 | ALLAHPUNDIT
    The Pennsylvania numbers — Trump 49, Cruz 26, Kasich 22 — are eye-popping, but you should know the delegate rules there well enough by now to know there’s a catch. Namely, 54 of the 71 delegates are unbound regardless of what Republican voters do in the primary. In theory, Cruz could lose the popular vote by 25 points and still walk away with a majority of the state’s delegation in his pocket thanks to his delegate-wrangling operation. ----------------------- In fact, per CBS/YouGov, 68 percent of Pennsylvania Republicans say delegates should back the statewide winner. That’s a big deal given how...
  • Taubman Center poll: Clinton, Trump lead in Rhode Island, but many voters undecided

    04/24/2016 1:38:22 PM PDT · by RayofHope · 1 replies
    [Brown University ^ | 04/24/2016 | [Brown University
    The 600 Rhode Islanders surveyed also support charter school expansion, marijuana legalization and state tourism spending — but oppose the new toll tax on trucks.
  • EXCLUSIVE WTHR/HPI Poll: Trump, Clinton ahead in Indiana, overall tight race (Trump +6)

    04/22/2016 9:41:49 AM PDT · by NYRepublican72 · 34 replies
    WTHR/HPI ^ | 4/22/2016 | WTHR Channel 13
    The results of the first statewide poll for Indiana’s upcoming primary show a small lead for party front runners Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, with a tight race on both sides of the aisle. The WTHR/HPI Indiana Poll has Trump with a 6-point lead over his closest challenger Ted Cruz. The poll indicates a record turnout will favor Trump over the other candidates. The results prove just how pivotal Indiana's primary race is going to be nationally. Republican Presidential Primary Donald Trump 37% Ted Cruz 31% John Kasich 22%
  • Poll: Trump winning big in California (Trump 41%, Cruz 23%, Kasich 21%)

    Ted Cruz called California "the big enchilada” on Wednesday and said it would be the state that ultimately decides the Republican nomination. But a new poll from Capitol Weekly/Sextant Strategies shows Donald Trump in a dominant position across the state. The results, provided to POLITICO, show Trump leading statewide with 41 percent of the vote and Cruz trailing far behind with 23 percent. John Kasich is in third with 21 percent, and 15 percent of Republicans said they remain undecided. California is worth 172 delegates when it votes on June 7 — with the winner of each of the state’s...
  • Maryland Likely To Continue Momentum for Trump, Clinton (Trump 43%, Kasich 29%, Cruz 24%)

    PPP's new Maryland poll finds both Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton with double digit leads heading into next week's primary election. Trump isn't looking as dominant as he is in New York, polling at 43%. But he's benefiting from a similar dynamic to the Empire State in that there is no clear alternative to him- John Kasich and Ted Cruz are closely matched for second place at 29% and 24% respectively. Trump is by far the most broadly popular candidate among GOP voters in the state with a 57/37 favorability rating compared to 48/35 for Kasich and 33/50 for Cruz....