Wisconsin poll by Public Opinion Strategies shows Clinton leads Trump by 12 points,US Presidential Election 2016,US Polls 2016,US opinion Poll

Wisconsin poll by Public Opinion Strategies shows Clinton leads Trump 12 points,US Presidential Election 2016,US
Polls 2016,US opinion Poll

Clinton leads Donald Trump by 12 points in a survey of
Wisconsin voters

The poll surveyed 600 likely voters between May 10-12 and has a margin of error of plus or minus 4 percent.

 Public Opinion Strategies poll 

Clinton

43%

trump

31%

undecided

11%

wouldn’t vote

9%

vote for a
third-party

4%

 

Virginia Presidential Election Opinion Poll 2016 by Roanoke College Poll May, Democrat Hillary Clinton and Republican Donald Trump Tied at 38% each

Virginia Presidential Election Opinion Poll 2016 by Roanoke College Poll, US opinion poll, US presidential polls 2016, Democrat Hillary Clinton, Republican Donald Trump Virginia polls

Following are the key findings by Roanoke College Poll done in the duration of 2 weeks.

  1. Both Clinton and Trump are Tied at vote % of 38% each at Virginia.
  2. 11% said they would vote for someone else.
  3. 11% said they were unsure who they would support.
  4. 2% said they wouldn’t vote at all if Clinton and Trump are the nominees.
  5. Clinton rated higher in temperament, qualifications to be president and ability to improve race relation Tump got higher ratings on honesty and dealing with gun-related issues.
  6. Neither candidate got a higher average score than a 6 on any issue.

     

    Sample Size: 610

Date Released : 23rd May 2016 (Duration of Poll is 2 Weeks in May)

Poll source

Democrat

%

Republican

%

Lead margin

Sample Size

Margin of error

Roanoke College

Hillary Clinton

38%

Donald Trump

38%

Tied

610

± 4.0%

 

In The Elections of 2012 Following were the results. Obama, Barack from Democratic Won with 51.16% Although the Vote Base of Democrats decreased from 2008 in 2012 by nearly 1.473%.

Year
State
Name
Party
Total Vote
General %
Status
Swing
2012
Virginia
Obama, Barack
Democrat
1,971,820
51.16%
Winner
-1.473
2012
Virginia
Romney, Mitt
Republican
1,822,522
47.28%
Runner Up
0.95
0.95

In The Elections of 2012 Following were the results. from Democratic Won with 52.63% Obama, Barack

Year
State
Name
Party
Total Vote
General %
Status
2008
Virginia
Obama, Barack
Democrat
1,959,532
52.63%
Winner
2008
Virginia
McCain, John
Republican
1,725,005
46.33%
Runner Up

 

Year

US Presidential Election Florida Opinion Poll 2016 May: Gravis Marketing shows Clinton Ahead of Trump by 4 % Points, US Opinion poll 2016

Florida Poll: Latest US Opinion poll by Gravis
Marketing, Hillary Clinton ,
Donald Trump,US Opinion poll 2016

This Opinion Poll has been conducted by Gravis Marketing

Sample Size: 2542 registered Voters

Polling Methodoly: Telephonic interviews

Margin of Error +2.0% 

Time when Conducted – Between 17th – 18th May 2016. 

This Opinion Poll shows Democrat Hillary Clinton lead by 4 points against Republican Trump in Florida 

They also revealed the unfavorable percentages of the 2 leaders in the state i.e for both Trump and Clinton.

Surely Trump has High Number of Unfavorable Ratings Compared to Clinton but still overall both the candidates have high unfavorable Ratings. See Latest poll by Newyork Times/CBS on Unfavorable Ratings of the Leaders

Poll source

Date administered

Democrat

 %

Republican

 %

Lead margin

Sample Size

Margin of error

Gravis Marketing

May 17–18, 2016

Hillary Clinton

46%

Donald Trump

42%

4

2,542

± 2%

 

 Clinton’s  figures indicated that 52 % of Florida registered voters currently have an unfavorable opinion, 40 % having a favorable opinion and 8 % unsure.

Hillary
Clinton

Opinion

 Registered voters

unfavorable

52%

favorable

40%

unsure

8%

 

 Trump’s figures indicated that 54 % of Florida registered voters currently have an unfavorable opinion, 38 % having a favorable opinion and 8 % unsure.

 

 

Donald
Trump

Opinion

 Registered voters

unfavorable

54%

favorable

38%

unsure

8%

Surely Trump has High Number of Unfavorable Ratings Compared to Clinton but still overall both the candidates have high unfavorable Ratings.

 

US Presidential Election Opinion Poll 2016 RealClearPolitics average of latest polls shows Trump ahead of Clinton by 0.2% Points, US Opinion poll Summary ,US Presidential Polls 2016

Republican’s Trump overtakes Clinton in average of national polls by RCP, 2016 Presidential Polls, RealClearPolitics,US Opinion poll Summary ,US Presidential Polls 2016 

Trump led by 5  points by the Rasmussen Reports and according to Fox and ABC News Trump overtakes clinton by 3 points and 2 points respectively.

 On Sunday, RealClearPolitics calculated the avergaes of all National Polls and showed that Trump is now, on average, 0.2 percentage points ahead of Clinton.

Polling Data

Poll

Date

Trump (R)

Clinton (D)

Spread

RCP Average

5/13 – 5/19

43.4

43.2

Trump +0.2

ABC News/Wash Post

5/16 – 5/19

46

44

Trump +2

NBC News/Wall St. Jrnl

5/15 – 5/19

43

46

Clinton +3

Rasmussen Reports

5/17 – 5/18

42

37

Trump +5

FOX News

5/14 – 5/17

45

42

Trump +3

CBS News/NY Times

5/13 – 5/17

41

47

Clinton +6

  src:RealClearPolitics

CBS News/New York Times Opinion poll US election Hillary Clinton DONALD TRUMP Unfavorable ratings US Presidential Election 2016

, US latest opinion poll, US Presidential Election 2016  CBS News/New York Times Opinion poll US election 2016, Hillary Clinton, DONALD TRUMP, Bernie Sanders, Unfavorable ratings, Opinion Poll on Unfavorable

Democratic frontrunner Hillary Clinton is leading by six points in a hypothetical presidential election match against Donald Trump of Republican party, according to a latest opinion poll.

However, both Clinton and Trump have very high unfavourable ratings in the CBS News/New York Times poll released last night.

This
poll was conducted by telephone May 13-17, 2016 among a random sample
of 1,300 adults nationwide, including 1,109 registered voters.

In its latest poll, The New York Times and CBS News said Clinton (47 per cent) leads Trump (41 per cent) by six percentage points among registered voters if the elections were held now.

 CBS News/New York Times
(Registered Voters)

Clinton 

47%

Trump 

41%


Unpopularity Index:  Clinton – 52 % and Trump – 55 % remain highly unpopular among the voters.

 For Sanders, his unfavourable rating is just 33 per cent.

  1. “When compared to past major party presidential candidates at a similar point in the election cycle, Trump and Clinton’s unfavourable ratings continue to be the highest in CBS News/New York Times polls going back to 1984, when the question was first asked,” the survey result said.
  2. According to the survey, neither Trump nor Clinton has a clear advantage on handling the economy or on being the nation’s commander-in-chief.

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Reuters/Ipsos US latest opinion poll, Donald trump, Opinion Poll 2016, Republican Democratic Party, Hillary Clinton, Democratic latest opinion poll,US Election online survey polls, US Opinion poll 2016, US Presidential Elections 2016, US upcoming election 

The recent polls released by Reuters/ipsos puts both Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton at an almost level fight for the presidential race. The poll result predicted 41% support for the Hillary and 40% for the Trump, while 19% remain undecided. The survey of 1,289 people was done over five days and has a credibility interval of 3 percentage points.

Reuters/Ipsos US latest opinion poll

Trump 

41%

Clinton 

40%

Undecided

19%

 

The results show a rise in the number of voters supporting Trump. An earlier poll conducted by Reuters/ipsos on May 4 had former secretary of state at 48% and the business-mogul at 35%. 

Donald trump has already become presumptive Republican nominee after the Texas Senator, Ted Cruz, opted out of the race. And Hillary Clinton is still fighting the Vermont Senator, Bernie Sanders for Democratic nomination. But it is more likely that Hillary would be the Democratic nominee as she is running well ahead. 

While much can change in six months before the Nov 8 elections still the increased support for Trump is a red flag for the Clinton’s campaign. 

However, Trump has his own problems ahead. Many of the Senior Republican leaders – including House of Representative speaker Paul Ryan – are withholding their support and Trump is struggling to bring them behind his campaign.

Looking at the voters of respective parties both Trump and Clinton are doing well, but independent voters continue to express uncertainty about who they will vote, with 38% in the Reuters/ipsos poll said they are unsure about whom they will vote or they will vote for someone else.

The primary season is near to end and both the likely party nominees have started to attack each other both on policy and personality. Recently, at a rally in New Jersey, Clinton took aim at Trump’s Tax reform plan.

“Trump – who has promised to make Mexico pay for a border wall to stop illegal immigration and called for a temporary ban on Muslims – could face an opposition among minorities”, said Political Science Professor Larry Sabato of University of Virginia. “This election would be determined as much by demographic composition of American electorate as anything else” he further added. 

Also the concern of Clinton has not ended as the recent loss in West Virginia Democratic primary has signaled a trouble for her in future. West Virginia has one of the highest unemployment rates in the country. About six in ten voters of West Virginia said they are worried about the direction of the US economy in the next few years, according to a recent preliminary ABC News exit poll.

US latest Quinnipiac Opinion Poll, Ohio Opinion Poll , Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton, Us Presidential election 2016, Quinnipiac University Opinion Poll 2016

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Latest opinion poll in the state of Ohio gives a narrow lead to the presumptive Republican nominee, Donald Trump, over Hillary Clinton. The presidential race is still too close to call. 

The poll was released by Quinnipiac University on Tuesday morning. It gives a lead 43% to Donald Trump over the Hillary Clinton’s 39% in the state of Ohio. The same university conducted last polls in the month of February giving Trump a lead of 44% over Clinton’s 42%.

The poll was also conducted between the Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders and Trump where Sanders was leading Trump with 44% to Sanders’ 42% in Ohio. But it is more likely that former secretary of state and First lady, Hillary Clinton, will the Democratic nominee as she carries a sizable lead in the number of party delegates. 

Peter A. Brown, assistant director of the Quinnipiac poll, said in a written statement, “Six months from Election Day, the presidential races between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump in the three most crucial states, Florida, Ohio and Pennsylvania, are too close to call,”. He further added “At this juncture, Trump is doing better in Pennsylvania than the GOP nominees in 2008 and 2012. And the two candidates are about where their party predecessors were at this point in Ohio and Florida.”

The university surveyed 1,042 voters, using cell phones and land lines, between April 27 and May 8. This means that some of the poll was conducted before Ted Cruz and John Kasich dropped out of the race.      

When asked about the economy and terrorism, 52% said trump would be better at handling economy while 40% picked Clinton. 48% of the electorates said Trump would be better at dealing with Terrorism and 43% said Clinton.

However, when asked about the international crisis, 63% of the people said that Trump lacks the temperament to deal with an international crisis, compared to 51% who thought Clinton could handle one.

All along his election campaign, Trump has repeatedly talked about the illegal immigration from Mexico and building a wall along Mexico border to prevent that. But Ohioans doesn’t seem to buy that.  52% of the Ohioans said they oppose building a wall along the Mexico border and even more, 54% said they support allowing people living here illegally remain in the country and eventually apply for citizenship.

The poll also found a huge racial gap between people on the question of their preferred choice. 

Clinton lead Trump overall among non-white voters 76% to 14%. The greatest support to Trump comes from white men, 57% to 27% margin, while Clinton leads among white women 42% to 35%.

When poll was done on party line it found out that 81% of the Democrats would vote for Clinton, while 80% the Republicans would vote for Trump.

Ohio is one of the swing states in the US and has 18 Electoral seats. While the recent polls predict a neck-to-neck fight between Trump and Clinton, it would be worth a wait to see who wins the final battle.

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This page lists statewide public opinion polls that have been conducted relating to the 2016 United States presidential election between prospective Democratic and Republican candidates.

Read Latest Opinion Poll : 

Clinton Leads Trump by 5 Points:Reuters/Ipsos Latest Opinion poll 2016

CNN / ORC polls: Trump strong in Nevada, Clinton rise in Florida

Statewide US opinion poll summary (Lat Updated: 05 November 16 Src: RealClearPolitics.com)

Battlegrounds   Clinton Trump RCP Average
Florida 47.4 46.2 Clinton +1.2
Ohio 43.0 46.3 Trump +3.3
Pennsylvania 46.7 44.1 Clinton +2.6
New Hampshire 41.8 43.4 Trump +1.6
North Carolina 46.0 46.8 Trump +0.8
Colorado 44.0 41.0 Clinton +3.0
Nevada 44.0 46.0 Trump +2.0

For Presidential elections Following are the latest averages – showing Hillary clinton winning.

Election 2016 Clinton Trump Spread
RCP Poll Average 46.6 44.8 Clinton +1.8
4-Way RCP Average 45.0 42.7 Clinton +2.3
Favorability Ratings -13.8 -19.2 Clinton +5.4
Live Betting Odds 74.4 25.2  

  For Presidential elections, Electoral College, Following are the latest averages – showing Hillary clinton winning.

Electoral College Clinton Trump Spread
RCP Electoral Map 216 164 Clinton +52
No Toss Up States 297 241  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Race/Topic   (Click to Sort) Poll Results Spread
California: Trump vs. Clinton vs. Johnson vs. Stein KABC/SurveyUSA Clinton 56, Trump 35, Johnson 4, Stein 1 Clinton +21
Illinois: Trump vs. Clinton vs. Johnson vs. Stein Loras Clinton 45, Trump 34, Johnson 6, Stein 2 Clinton +11
Illinois: Trump vs. Clinton vs. Johnson vs. Stein Emerson Clinton 53, Trump 41, Johnson 2, Stein 1 Clinton +12
Kentucky: Trump vs. Clinton vs. Johnson vs. Stein Western Kentucky Univ. Trump 54, Clinton 37, Johnson 1, Stein 1 Trump +17
Maine CD1: Trump vs. Clinton vs. Johnson vs. Stein MPRC (D) Clinton 45, Trump 33, Johnson 9, Stein 4 Clinton +12
Maine CD1: Trump vs. Clinton vs. Johnson vs. Stein Emerson Clinton 49, Trump 43, Johnson 4, Stein Clinton +6
Maine CD2: Trump vs. Clinton vs. Johnson vs. Stein MPRC (D) Clinton 38, Trump 41, Johnson 8, Stein 3 Trump +3
Maine CD2: Trump vs. Clinton vs. Johnson vs. Stein Emerson Clinton 44, Trump 42, Johnson 6, Stein 2 Clinton +2
Maine: Trump vs. Clinton vs. Johnson vs. Stein Emerson Clinton 46, Trump 42, Johnson 5, Stein 1 Clinton +4
Maine: Trump vs. Clinton vs. Johnson vs. Stein MPRC (D) Clinton 42, Trump 37, Johnson 9, Stein 4 Clinton +5
Michigan: Trump vs. Clinton vs. Johnson vs. Stein FOX 2 Detroit/Mitchell Clinton 50, Trump 43, Johnson 4, Stein 1 Clinton +7
Missouri: Trump vs. Clinton vs. Johnson vs. Stein Monmouth Trump 52, Clinton 38, Johnson 4, Stein 2 Trump +14
North Carolina: Trump vs. Clinton vs. Johnson Elon* Clinton 44, Trump 44, Johnson 4 Tie
North Carolina: Trump vs. Clinton vs. Johnson WRAL-TV/SurveyUSA Clinton 44, Trump 51, Johnson Trump +7
Pennsylvania: Trump vs. Clinton vs. Johnson vs. Stein Franklin & Marshall Clinton 49, Trump 38, Johnson 4, Stein 2 Clinton +11
Texas: Trump vs. Clinton vs. Johnson vs. Stein CBS 11/Dixie Strategies Trump 52, Clinton 39, Johnson 3, Stein 0 Trump +13
Virginia: Trump vs. Clinton vs. Johnson vs. Stein Washington Post Clinton 48, Trump 42, Johnson 6, Stein 2 Clinton +6
Virginia: Trump vs. Clinton vs. Johnson vs. Stein Emerson Clinton 49, Trump 45, Johnson 3, Stein 1 Clinton +4
 

 

 

 

 

Statewide US opinion poll summary (Lat Updated: 19th October 16)
Race Poll Results Spread
North Carolina: Trump vs. Clinton vs. Johnson SurveyUSA Clinton 46, Trump 44, Johnson 6 Clinton +2
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Here's the Statewise US opinion poll summary below (Last Updated 02 November 2016)

Battlegrounds  Clinton Trump Spread
Florida 44.5 45.5 Trump +1.0
Ohio 44.3 46.8 Trump +2.5
Pennsylvania 47.2 41.2 Clinton +6.0
Colorado 44 40 Clinton +4.0
North Carolina 46.4 45.7 Clinton +0.7
Iowa 40.3 41.7 Trump +1.4
Nevada 45 44 Clinton +1.0
Michigan 47 40 Clinton +7.0
Wisconsin 47 41.3 Clinton +5.7
Virginia 47.5 42.3 Clinton +5.2
Georgia 43.5 47.5 Trump +4.0
New Hampshire 46 41.3 Clinton +4.7
Maine 45.3 38.7 Clinton +6.6
Arizona 43.5 45 Trump +1.5

Colorado,Virginia ,North Carolina,Florida

Latest Opinion poll shows Clinton leads Trump Read More details here

Missouri 

Latest Missouri Opinion poll shows Clinton leads Trump Read More details here

Pennsylvania 

Latest Pennsylvania poll shows the race is closer between Clinton & Trump. Read More details here

Wisconsin 

Latest Wisconsin poll shows Feingold and Johnson at 49% & 44% respectively.Read More details here

Virginia

Latest Virginia Opinion poll shows Clinton and Trump both at 38%. Read More details here

Florida

Latest Florida Opinion poll shows Clinton at 46% and Trump at 42%. Read More details here 

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This page lists nationwide US Presidential election Opinion Poll 2016 that have been conducted relating to the 2016 United States presidential election between prospective Democratic and Republican candidates. Following Polls have been listed in reverse Choronological Order.

The Polls conducted nationwide is mainly betwen Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. Now when it is clear that they both are the Presidential Contenders from the 2 prominent Parties. Although National Convention is still awaited, though that remains a formality after both have acquired required number of delegates.

Nationwide US opinion poll summary (Last Updated: 05 November 2016)

Source: RealClearPolitics.com

For Presidential elections Following are the latest averages – showing Hillary clinton winning.

Election 2016 Clinton Trump Spread
RCP Poll Average 46.6 44.8 Clinton +1.8
4-Way RCP Average 45.0 42.7 Clinton +2.3
Favorability Ratings -13.8 -19.2 Clinton +5.4
Live Betting Odds 74.4 25.2  

  For Presidential elections, Electoral College, Following are the latest averages – showing Hillary clinton winning.

Electoral College Clinton Trump Spread
RCP Electoral Map 216 164 Clinton +52
No Toss Up States 297 241  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Polling Data (LAST UPDATED 02 Nov 2016)
Poll Date Sample MoE Clinton (D) Trump (R) Spread
RCP Average 10/22 – 10/31 47.5 45.3 Clinton +2.2
LA Times/USC Tracking 10/25 – 10/31 3145 LV 4.5 43 47 Trump +4
ABC/Wash Post Tracking 10/27 – 10/30 1128 LV 3 48 47 Clinton +1
IBD/TIPP Tracking 10/26 – 10/31 1018 LV 3.3 45 44 Clinton +1
NBC News/SM 10/24 – 10/30 40816 LV 1 51 44 Clinton +7
Economist/YouGov 10/22 – 10/26 1209 LV 3.3 49 46 Clinton +3
FOX News 10/22 – 10/25 1221 LV 2.5 49 44 Clinton +5

Nationwide US opinion poll summary (Last Updated: 30th October 2016)

 

 

 

 

 

Race/Topic   (Click to Sort) Poll Results Spread
General Election: Trump vs. Clinton vs. Johnson vs. Stein ABC/Wash Post Tracking Clinton 46, Trump 45, Johnson 4, Stein 2 Clinton +1
General Election: Trump vs. Clinton ABC/Wash Post Tracking Clinton 49, Trump 46 Clinton +3
General Election: Trump vs. Clinton LA Times/USC Tracking Clinton 44, Trump 46 Trump +2
General Election: Trump vs. Clinton vs. Johnson vs. Stein IBD/TIPP Tracking Clinton 44, Trump 42, Johnson 6, Stein 2 Clinton +2
General Election: Trump vs. Clinton IBD/TIPP Tracking Clinton 45, Trump 41 Clinton +4
Florida: Trump vs. Clinton vs. Johnson vs. Stein NY Times/Siena Trump 46, Clinton 42, Johnson 4, Stein 2 Trump +4
Florida: Trump vs. Clinton vs. Johnson vs. Stein NBC/WSJ/Marist Trump 44, Clinton 45, Johnson 5, Stein 2 Clinton +1
Florida: Trump vs. Clinton vs. Johnson vs. Stein Gravis Trump 47, Clinton 48, Johnson 1, Stein 0 Clinton +1
Colorado: Trump vs. Clinton vs. Johnson vs. Stein CBS News/YouGov Clinton 42, Trump 39, Johnson 7, Stein 2 Clinton +3
Arizona: Trump vs. Clinton vs. Johnson vs. Stein CBS News/YouGov Clinton 42, Trump 44, Johnson 4, Stein 1 Trump +2
North Carolina: Trump vs. Clinton vs. Johnson NBC/WSJ/Marist Clinton 47, Trump 41, Johnson 8 Clinton +6
North Carolina: Trump vs. Clinton vs. Johnson Gravis* Clinton 49, Trump 47, Johnson 1 Clinton +2
North Carolina: Trump vs. Clinton vs. Johnson CBS News/YouGov Clinton 48, Trump 45, Johnson 3 Clinton +3
Pennsylvania: Trump vs. Clinton vs. Johnson vs. Stein CBS News/YouGov Clinton 48, Trump 40, Johnson 5, Stein 2 Clinton +8
Louisiana: Trump vs. Clinton vs. Johnson vs. Stein University of New Orleans Trump 49, Clinton 35, Johnson 7, Stein 2 Trump +14
Maine: Trump vs. Clinton vs. Johnson vs. Stein Press Herald/UNH Clinton 48, Trump 37, Johnson 5, Stein 3 Clinton +11
Maine CD2: Trump vs. Clinton vs. Johnson vs. Stein Press Herald/UNH Trump 40, Clinton 43, Johnson 6, Stein 4 Clinton +3
Maine CD1: Trump vs. Clinton vs. Johnson vs. Stein Press Herald/UNH Clinton 54, Trump 34, Johnson 4, Stein 1 Clinton +20
Utah: Trump vs. Clinton vs. Johnson vs. Stein vs. McMullin Salt Lake Tribune/Dan Jones Trump 32, McMullin 30, Clinton 24, Johnson 4, Stein 1 Trump +2

** Hillary Clinton leads by 11 points in 4 way Race according to NBC/WSJ Poll

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Clinton 48%
Trump 37%
Jhonson 7%
Stein 2%
Nationwide US opinion poll summary (Last Updated: 19th October 2016)
Race Poll Results Spread
General Election: Trump vs. Clinton LA Times/USC Tracking Clinton 44, Trump 44 Tie
General Election: Trump vs. Clinton vs. Johnson vs. Stein Bloomberg Clinton 47, Trump 38, Johnson 8, Stein 3 Clinton +9
North Carolina: Trump vs. Clinton vs. Johnson SurveyUSA Clinton 46, Trump 44, Johnson 6 Clinton +2

US Presidential election Opinion Poll 2016

Latest US Presidential polls 

  1. 05 Nov : ​Clinton Leads Trump by 5 Points:Reuters/Ipsos Latest Opinion poll 2016
  2. 03 Nov : CNN / ORC polls: Trump strong in Nevada, Clinton rise in Florida
  3. 02 Nov :Trump ahead of Clinton in latest November poll
  4. 22 Aug: Reuters/Ipsos poll August 14-18: Clinton leads rival Trump by 8 points
  5. Clinton widened her lead over trump in crucial states: Poll, Wall Street Journal/NBC News/ Marist Opinion Poll
  6. Texas opinion poll, KTVT-TV (Channel 11)/Dixie Strategies Poll
  7. New poll shows Clinton beating Trump in eastern Kansas
  8. 27 July: Opinion poll: Trump leads Clinton in latest (July 22-26) Reuters/Ipsos Poll
  9. 23 July: 
  10. 23 July: 
  11. 21 July: Clinton up 7 points nationally on trump Reuters/Ipsos national poll
  12. 13 July: Clinton leads trump to 3 points,NBC News/Survey Monkey opinion poll 
  13. 13 July: Clinton leads trump to 13 points,July Reuters/Ipsos opinion poll
  14. 13 July: Monmouth University Opinion poll Trump leads Clinton by 2 points
  15. 9 July: Latest Rasmussen weekly presidential poll
  16. 6 July: July latest Reuters/Ipsos poll
  17. 5 July: Latest Poll by USA Today Suffolk University Hillary Clinton ahead of trump 
  18. 27 June: US Elections: Clinton ahead of Trump polls show, Washington Post-ABC News poll, 
  19. 8 June: Trump trails Clinton by 10 points: Reuters/Ipsos poll. Read More here
  20. 27 May: Latest US Opinion poll Monmouth University found that 38 percent of registered voters support Mrs. Clinton and 34 percent back Mr. Trump. May 23–27 2016 Read More here
  21. 29 May: NBC/Wall Street Journal poll US Election Opinion Poll Shows Clinton at 46% and Trump at 43% . Published on May 29. Read More here
  22. 26 May: RealClearPolitics calculated the avergaes of all National Polls and showed that Trump is now 0.2 percentage points ahead of Clinton. Read More
  23. Date :  Dec 2015 Monmouth University Opinion Poll, New National Us Election Opinion Poll
  24. Date :  Dec 2015 CNN Poll Of Polls Us Election Opinion Poll
  25. Date :  Dec 2015 Iowa Republican Presidential Caucus
  26. Date :  Dec 2015 Nbc/Wall Street Journal Poll Us Election Opinion Poll

 

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