Pennsylvania poll: Clinton ahead of Trump by 7 points, The Franklin and Marshall College poll, Pennsylvania latest survey, Franklin and Marshall College poll of Pennsylvania, Trump ,Hillary Clinton

Pennsylvania poll: Clinton ahead of Trump by 7 points, The Franklin and Marshall College poll, Pennsylvania latest survey, Franklin and Marshall College poll of Pennsylvania, Trump ,Hillary Clinton 

Hillary Clinton leads Donald Trump by 7 points in Pennsylvania, according to a new poll released Thursday — the second survey this week showing Clinton with a high single-digit lead over Trump in the Keystone State.

The Franklin and Marshall College poll
Clinton  47%
Trump  40%
Monmouth University poll
Clinton  41%
Trump  38%
Johnson  7%
Stein  2%
undecided  13%

The Franklin and Marshall College poll finds Clinton ahead of Trump 47% to 40% among likely voters, which represents a slight decline from a similar poll taken just after the Democratic National Convention (when she led 49% to 38%).
The new numbers are consistent with another Pennsylvania poll from this week — a Monmouth University poll released Tuesday found Clinton leading Trump 48% to 40%.

But in a four-way matchup including third-party candidates, Clinton's lead narrows to 41% over Trump's 38%, with Libertarian Gary Johnson at 7% and Green Party nominee Jill Stein at 2%.
The poll also has a much higher share of undecideds than other polls do at this stage, with 13% say they don't know who they would support.

Clinton's favorability has suffered a steep decline from her post-convention bounce. The new poll finds Clinton with a 38% favorable/54% unfavorable rating among registered voters, down from 47% favorable/49% unfavorable in July.
The Franklin and Marshall College poll of Pennsylvania was conducted between August 25 and 29, and surveyed 736 Pennsylvania registered voters and 496 likely voters. It has a margin of error of plus or minus 4.6 points for registered voters, and plus or minus 5.6 points for likely voters.

Roanoke College poll: Clinton’s big lead on Trump in Virginia, Virginia latest august opinion poll,US presidential elections 2016, Virginia , Hillary Clinton , Donald Trump

Roanoke College poll: Clinton’s big lead on Trump in Virginia, Virginia latest august opinion poll,US presidential elections 2016, Virginia , Hillary Clinton , Donald Trump

Hillary Clinton has a big lead over Donald Trump in Virginia, according to a new poll released Tuesday, which shows the Democratic nominee with a 16-point advantage in the state.

The Roanoke College poll found Clinton leading Trump 48% to 32% among likely Virginia voters in a four-way race. Libertarian Gary Johnson gets 8% support, while Green Party candidate Jill Stein is backed by 3%. In a two-way race, Clinton leads Trump 55% to 36%.

Roanoke College poll Aug. 7-17 (two-way race)
Clinton 55%
Trump 36%


That's in line with other recent polling of Virginia conducted over a similar time frame (August 7-17 for the Roanoke poll). A Quinnipiac poll taken within the same stretch found Clinton leading by 12 points, 50%-38%, while Washington Post poll showed Clinton up 51% to 43%.
Clinton performs better with her base than Trump in Virginia, as 91% of Democrats say they will vote for her, compared to 78% of Republicans who say they'll vote for Trump. Clinton's numbers have improved since May, while Trump's have declined over the same period. The former Secretary of State is winning Independents 43% to 25%.
Clinton has also seen her favorable rating increase, though she still remains underwater — 39% now say they have a favorable opinion of the Democratic nominee, and 45% say they view her unfavorably (up from 35%-50% in May). Trump, on the other hand, has seen his favorable rating remain at 23%, while the percentage of those saying they view him unfavorably grew from 56% in May to 63%.


Additionally, Clinton leads Trump on a range of top election issues according to the poll — likely Virginia voters give her the edge on the economy, terrorism, health care, and immigration, and she has nearly 40-point advantages on race relations and foreign policy.
The Roanoke poll also surveyed likely voters on Clinton's VP pick, Tim Kaine, who served as governor of Virginia before winning one of the state's U.S. Senate seats. Fifty-two percent said they had a favorable opinion of Kaine, up big from 32% in January — and well ahead of Trump's VP pick Mike Pence, who has a favorable rating of 24%, while 40% say they don't know enough to have an opinion.
The Roanoke College poll was conducted between August 7 and 17, and sampled 803 likely Virginia voters. It has a margin of error of 3.5 points.
src:http://edition.cnn.com/2016/08/23/politics/virginia-poll-clinton-over-trump/

 

Clinton leads Trump by 12 points:Reuters/Ipsos poll, US Presidential Opinion poll 2016, Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump ,US latest presidential poll survey

Clinton leads Trump by 12 points:Reuters/Ipsos poll, US Presidential Opinion poll 2016, Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump ,US latest presidential poll survey

Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton leads Republican rival Donald Trump by 12 percentage points among likely voters, her strongest showing this month, according to a Reuters/Ipsos opinion poll released on Tuesday.

The Aug. 18-22 poll showed that 45 percent of voters supported Clinton, while 33 percent backed Trump ahead of the Nov. 8 election.

Reuters/Ipsos poll Aug. 18-22
Clinton 45%
Trump 33%

The poll also found that about 22 percent of likely voters would not pick either candidate. That lack of support is high compared with how people responded to the poll during the 2012 presidential election between Democratic President Barack Obama and Republican Mitt Romney.

The Reuters/Ipsos poll was conducted online in English in all 50 states. Both presidential polls included 1,115 respondents and had a credibility interval, a measure of accuracy, of 3 percentage points.

src:http://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa-election-poll-idUSKCN10Y28J

CBS News Poll: Clinton lead over Trump in Ohio by 6 Points, US Presidential Opinion poll 2016, Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump ,US latest presidential poll survey

CBS News Poll: Clinton lead over Trump in Ohio by 6 Points, US Presidential Opinion poll 2016, Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump ,US latest presidential poll survey

Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton is pulling away from Republican rival Donald Trump in Ohio, a new poll released Sunday shows. 

The CBS News Battleground Tracker poll shows Clinton leading Trump 46 percent to 40 percent in Ohio. In the same poll in July, Clinton had a 4-point lead on Trump in the Buckeye State.

CBS News Battleground Tracker poll (Ohio)
Clinton  46%
Trump  40%

The poll also shows that in the swing state of Iowa, Clinton and Trump are tied at 40 percent. 


But there are worrisome signs for both candidates in Ohio. Of those surveyed in Ohio, only 35 percent said Trump is prepared to be president. While Clinton leads in Ohio, only 44 percent see her as "looking out for people like you." 

The poll surveyed 1,984 registered voters in Ohio and Iowa. The margin of error is 3.9 percentage points in Ohio and 4 percentage points in Iowa. 


src: http://thehill.com/blogs/ballot-box/presidential-races/292135-poll-clinton-leads-trump-in-ohio-tied-in-iowa

Reuters/Ipsos poll August 14-18: Clinton leads rival Trump by 8 points, US Presidential Opinion poll 2016, Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump ,US latest presidential poll survey

Reuters/Ipsos poll August 14-18: Clinton leads rival Trump by 8 points, US Presidential Opinion poll 2016, Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump ,US latest presidential poll surveyus-map

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton leads Republican rival Donald Trump by 8 percentage points among likely voters, according to a Reuters/Ipsos opinion poll released on Friday.

The Aug. 14-18 survey showed 42 percent of Americans supported Clinton ahead of the Nov. 8 general election. That compares with 34 percent support for Trump. Another 23 percent of likely voters would not pick either candidate.

Clinton  42%
Trump  34%
would not pick either candidate 23%

22 august


4-way Race

Clinton  41%
Trump  34%
Johnson  7%
Stein  2%

22 augusttttt

The Reuters/Ipsos poll was conducted online in English in all 50 states. It surveyed samples of 1,119 and 1,118 likely voters, respectively, and has a credibility interval, a measure of accuracy, of 3 percentage points.

src: http://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa-election-poll-idUSKCN10U1YI

 

Clinton widened her lead over trump in crucial states: Poll, Wall Street Journal/NBC News/ Marist Opinion Poll, Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump, Republican, Democrat, US opinion poll 2016 statewide

Clinton widened her lead over trump in crucial states: Poll, Wall Street Journal/NBC News/ Marist Opinion Poll, Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump, Republican, Democrat, US opinion poll 2016 statewide

WASHINGTON: Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton has widened her lead over her Republican rival Donald Trump in key battleground states, according to a latest opinion poll. 

  1. In Colorado, Clinton leads Trump by a whopping 14 points, while in Virginia Trump is trailing behind by 13 percentage points, said a new poll by Wall Street Journal/NBC News/ Marist. 
  2. In North Carolina Clinton is leading Trump by nine points. 
  3. The survey was done between August 4 and 10. 

However, in the critical State of Florida, which has 29 electoral college votes, the race is still tight with Clinton leading by five percentage points. 

src:http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/news/international/world-news/hillary-clinton-gains-ground-in-key-states-trump-slips-in-popularity/articleshow/53676298.cms

Texas opinion poll, KTVT-TV (Channel 11)/Dixie Strategies Poll, Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump,US opinion poll 2016 statewide

Texas opinion poll, KTVT-TV (Channel 11)/Dixie Strategies Poll, Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump,US opinion poll 2016 statewide

While Hillary Clinton has as many as 15 percentage points on Donald Trump in national polls, that's not the case in Texas, according to the latest KTVT-TV (Channel 11)/Dixie Strategies Poll.

Data released Thursday shows 46 percent of likely voters in Texas casting their ballots for the Republican nominee if the elections were today. Clinton had the support of 35 percent of likely voters. 

KTVT-CBS 11/Dixie Strategies Poll (Texas Aug.  8-9)
Trump 46%
Clinton  35%

12 augggggggggg

Of those surveyed, nearly 60 percent hold a negative opinion of Trump; nearly 37 percent have a "very favorable" or "somewhat favorable" opinion of him.

More than 66 percent of Texans surveyed said they view Clinton "very unfavorably" or "somewhat favorably." The Democratic nominee was described as "somewhat favorable" or "very favorable" by 31 percent of those surveyed.

 

Clinton polled well with Hispanic Texans. The poll showed Clinton taking 48 percent of the Latino vote to Trump's 32 percent.

Black voters also favored Clinton. More than 71 percent of black voters in Texas said they would vote for Clinton if the election were held today. Trump received about 13 percent.

In the Dallas-Fort Worth area, Trump holds a lead of more than 7 percentage points, but voters in the metroplex favor Clinton slightly more than in other parts of the state. 

Slightly more than 9 percent of the state's voters remain undecided while another 9 percent are shown to be casting ballots for third party candidates. 

The KTVT-CBS 11/Dixie Strategies Poll was conducted Aug.  8-9 and includes the viewpoints of 1,018 likely voters across Texas, who were contacted and surveyed by phone. The results include 448 Republicans, 305 Democrats and 265 others. It has a 3.1 percent margin of error and a 95 percent confidence level.

The poll is an automated telephone poll, in which people responded by pushing buttons. Public opinion experts don't consider that a top-notch polling method because a live interviewer isn't able to confirm who is responding.

src: http://www.dallasnews.com/news/politics/headlines/20160811-trump-leads-clinton-in-texas-according-to-new-poll.ece

New poll shows Clinton beating Trump in eastern Kansas,Kansas Latest Opinion Poll, Mitt Romney, Kevin Yoder, Jay Sidie ,US statewide opinion poll 2016

New poll shows Clinton beating Trump in eastern Kansas,Kansas Latest Opinion Poll, Mitt Romney, Kevin Yoder, Jay Sidie ,US statewide opinion poll 2016

Trump trails Clinton by a 44 percent to 38 percent margin, according to the survey of 400 likely general election voters polled over the weekend. Romney, a Republican, won the district by 10 points in 2012.

Kansas Opinion Poll August 11
Clinton  44%
Trump  38%

12 aug

The Public Opinion Strategies poll was released by the re-election campaign of U.S. Rep. Kevin Yoder, a Republican who has represented the 3rd District since 2011. The suburban, comparatively affluent district is the last Kansas district to be represented by a Democrat. Dennis Moore represented the 3rd District before Yoder.

Yoder leads Democratic challenger Jay Sidie by a 53 percent to 36 percent margin, according to the poll, which was commissioned by Yoder’s campaign.

Poll: Clinton’s lead over rival Trump by 3 percentage points, August 4th Reuters/Ipsos opinion poll, US August latest opinion poll, Reuters/Ipsos opinion poll ,US presidential election 2016, Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump

Poll: Clinton's lead over rival Trump by 3 percentage points, August 4th Reuters/Ipsos opinion poll, US August latest opinion poll, Reuters/Ipsos opinion poll ,US presidential election 2016, Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump 

Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton's lead over Republican rival Donald Trump narrowed to less than 3 percentage points, according to a Reuters/Ipsos opinion poll released on Friday, down from nearly eight points on Monday.


 

Reuters/Ipsos opinion poll  July 31-Aug 4
Clinton 42%
Trump 39%

8 august

About 42 percent of likely voters favored Clinton, to Trump's 39 percent, according to the July 31-Aug. 4 online poll of 1,154 likely voters. The poll had a credibility interval of plus or minus 3 percentage points, meaning that the results suggest the race is roughly even.

Among registered voters over the same period, Clinton held a lead of five percentage points, down from eight percentage points on Monday, according to the poll.

src:http://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa-election-poll-idUSKCN10G2BQ

McClatchy-Marist Opinion poll latest August, Hillary Clinton leads over trump by double digit,latest US polls

McClatchy-Marist Opinion poll latest August, Hillary Clinton leads over trump by double digit,latest US polls

Democratic Presidential nominee Hillary Clinton has gained a whopping 15 per cent national lead over her Republican rival Donald Trump, according to a latest poll.


 

Due to the recent gaffes made by Trump after the conclusion of two back-to-back conventions last week, Clinton now has the support of 48 per cent of the potential voters as against Trump’s 33 percent, a new McClatchy-Marist poll said.

The poll conducted by Marist Institute for Public Opinion in New York said last month Clinton’s lead was 42-39 advantage over Trump.

McClatchy-Marist poll 
Clinton  48%
Trump  33%

5 aug

“This is coming off the Democratic convention, where a bounce is expected,” Lee Miringoff, director of the institute said.

In another poll released by The Wall Street Journal/NBC News, Clinton was shown at a lead of nine points over Trump.

In the previous NBC News/The Wall Street Journal poll, Clinton had an advantage of five percentage points over Trump.

According to the latest poll, Clinton enjoys a significant advantage among women (51 per cent to Trump’s 35 per cent), African Americans (91 per cent to 1 per cent), all non-white voters (69 per cent to 17 per cent), young voters (46 per cent to 34 per cent), and white voters with a college degree (47 per cent to 40 per cent).

Trump leads among white voters (45 per cent to Clinton’s 40 per cent), seniors (46 per cent to 43 per cent), independents (36 per cent to 32 per cent) and white voters without a college degree (49 per cent to 36 percent).

The two candidates are running close among men at 43 per cent for Clinton and 42 percent for Trump, the poll said.

According to RealClearPolitics, which keeps track of all major national polls, Clinton’s average lead over Trump now stands at 6.8 percentage points.

src:http://indianexpress.com/article/world/world-news/hillary-clinton-gets-soaring-15-point-national-lead-over-donald-trump-polls-2954926/

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