Clinton leads trump to 13 points,July Reuters/Ipsos opinion poll , Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump, 2016 Elections US Elections

Clinton leads trump to 13 points,July Reuters/Ipsos opinion poll , Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump, 2016 Elections US Elections

July 8-12 poll Reuters/Ipsos opinion poll

Trump

33%

Clinton

46%

vote for someone else

21%

13 julyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy

That compared with 45 percent who supported Clinton and 35 percent who supported Trump in the five days to July 8.

src:reuters

US Iowa poll,Monmouth University Opinion poll, Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump, 2016 Elections US Elections

US Iowa poll,Monmouth University Opinion poll, Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump, 2016 Elections US Elections

Monmouth University poll

Trump

44%

Clinton

42%

Gary Johnson

6%

 Jill Stein

1%

vote for someone else

2%

undecided

6%

13 july

Trump leads Clinton among independent voters, 39 percent to 35 percent, while 10 percent said they will vote for Johnson and 4 percent said they would vote for Stein or someone else.

Among women, Clinton leads 54 percent to 33 percent, while Trump holds a comparable lead among men of 56 percent to 29 percent.

src:politico.com

Latest Rasmussen weekly presidential poll, Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton, Rasmussen Opinion poll july

Latest Rasmussen weekly presidential poll, Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton, Rasmussen Opinion poll july

A July 5th survey of 1,000 likely U.S. voters — asked who they would support for president — found:

Donald Trump

 42 percent

Hillary Clinton

 40 percent

Those wanting an alternative

 13 percent

Undecided

 5 percent


In other findings, Trump now earns 73 percent support among his fellow Republicans and picks up 13 percent of the Democratic vote. Seventy-nine percent of Democrats like Clinton, as do 11 percent of GOP voters. 

Among voters not affiliated with either major party, Trump holds a 20-point lead, but 33 percent of these voters like some other candidate or are undecided.

Trump also holds a 15-point lead among men, with Clinton leading by 11 among women.

Clinton continues to hold a wide lead among blacks. Trump leads by 11 points among whites, while the two are nearly tied among other minority voters.
The survey's margin of error is +/- 3 percentage points with a 95 percent level of confidence.

src:newsmax

 

 

July latest Reuters/Ipsos poll, Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, Republican nominee Donald Trump, Reuters/Ipsos opinion poll ,US polls 2016

July latest Reuters/Ipsos poll, Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, Republican nominee Donald Trump, Reuters/Ipsos opinion poll ,US polls 2016

  1. This poll conducted between July 1-5 poll
  2. The presumptive Democratic nominee led Trump, a New York businessman, by 9 percentage points in a previous Reuters/Ipsos poll that ran from June 27 to July 1.
  3.  In early May, 63 percent of Americans, including 36 percent of Democrats, said they did not believe Clinton was "honest and truthful."

Reuters/Ipsos poll

Clinton

46%

Trump

33%

Not support any candidate

22%

6 july

Latest Poll by USA Today Suffolk University has Hillary Clinton at 45.6 to 40.4, Hillary Clinton News, Donald trump News

Latest Poll by USA Today Suffolk University has Hillary Clinton at 45.6 to 40.4, Hillary Clinton News, Donald trump News

Clinton tops her likely general election rival by 5 points, 45.6 to 40.4 percent, in the USA Today/Suffolk University poll released on Monday.

USA Today/Suffolk University poll

Clinton

45.60%

Trump 

40.4 %

 

Unfavorable opinion

Clinton 

53%

Trump 

60%

Negative opinion of both candidates

20%

 

Prominent polling analyst Predicts Clinton’s landslide victory in US Polls, Democratic US presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, Republican candidate Donald Trump, Nate Silver, opinion poll, analysis , FiveThirtyEight

Prominent polling analyst Predicts Clinton’s landslide victory in US Polls, Democratic US presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, Republican candidate Donald Trump,  Nate Silver, opinion poll, analysis , FiveThirtyEight

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton has an 80.3% chance of winning the US presidential election, prominent polling analyst Nate Silver has said. Silver gives Republican candidate Donald Trump a 19.7% chance of becoming the next US president.

Silver, editor-in-chief of opinion poll analysis website FiveThirtyEight, rose to prominence when he predicted perfectly the results of the 2012 US presidential election, with accurate readings for all 50 states.

According to The Guardian, while many pundits saw a tight race between President Barack Obama and then Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney, it was Silver who accurately estimated a 332-206 electoral college result. Not a one-hit wonder, Silver had also successfully predicted the results of the 2008 election, getting 49 of the 50 states right and anticipating the popular vote margin to within one percentage point.

Party Vote
Clinton 80.3%
Trump 19.7%

Silver has two other polling models; the ‘polls-plus’, which includes the economic index and probabilities arrived at from the historical accuracy of election polls, and the ‘now-cast’, which predicts what would happen if the election were held now. The ‘polls-plus’ method narrows the odds to 73.5%-26.5% for Clinton, with the ‘now-cast’ method giving Clinton a runaway victory at 85.5%-14.5%.

For this election cycle, Silver posits in his ‘polls-only’ model that Clinton will win 353.8 electoral votes to Trump’s 183.4, and win the popular vote with 49.1%, while Trump will get 41.8%. Third-party Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson will receive only 0.8 votes from the electoral college and 7.8% of the popular vote. A candidate needs at least 270 electoral votes to take the White House.

“Trump has never been ahead of Clinton in the general election campaign,” Silver said in an appearance on ABC News. “He did a great job of appealing to the 40% of the GOP he had to win the election, the primary — a lot different than winning 51% of 100%.”

src:thewire

US Elections: Clinton ahead of Trump polls show, US opinion polls, Donald Trump, Washington Post-ABC News poll, Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll, Hillary Clinton

US Elections: Clinton ahead of Trump polls show, US opinion polls, Donald Trump, Washington Post-ABC News poll, Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll, Hillary Clinton

  1. Two polls released on 27th June showed a Hillary Clinton winning.
  2. A Washington Post-ABC News poll showed a 12 % point lead for the Democrat, her largest advantage since last fall and a dramatic improvement over last month when the poll showed her statistically tied with Trump.
  3. If the presidential election were held today, 51% of respondents said they would vote for Clinton, versus 39% for Trump.

Washington Post-ABC News poll

Clinton 

51 %

Trump

39 % 

However, a Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll showed a slimmer lead for Clinton, 46 per cent to Trump's 41 per cent.

Wall Street Journal/NBC News

Clinton 

46 %

Trump

41 %

They were essentially tied, 39 per cent for Clinton and 38 per cent for Republican opponent, when third-party candidates were included, this poll showed.

The surveys come after a difficult month for the combative Trump, a political novice who fired his campaign manager and faced criticism for poor campaign organization and a paltry war chest of $1.3 million at the end of May.

Clinton, who has repeatedly pounded Trump as being "temperamentally unfit," finished the month with $42 million.

src:zeenews

Sanders ahead of Clinton in new California poll,Us opinion poll,Hillary clinton,Califoria primary ,California primary 7th June


Sanders ahead of Clinton in new California poll,Us opinion poll,Hillary clinton,Califoria primary ,California primary 7th June

A survey of Los Angeles Times/USC Dornsife of 1,500 registered voters found that 44% of Democrats said they would support Sanders and 43% said they would back Clinton in the state’s primary which will be held next Tuesday. 

Los Angeles Times/USC Dornsife
Sanders  44%
Clinton  43%

Latest US Opinion poll Monmouth University, Hillary Clinton, Donald J. Trump, Monmouth University survey May 2016

Donald J. Trump, Monmouth University survey May 2016 ,Latest
US Opinion 
poll Monmouth University, Hillary Clinton

 poll from
Monmouth University found that 38 percent of registered voters support Mrs.
Clinton and 34 percent back Mr. Trump. The survey, which had a margin of error
of plus or minus four percentage points, found that the remaining voters would
either back a third-party candidate or that they remain undecided.

US Opinion poll Monmouth University May 23–27 2016

Poll source

Democrat

 %

Republican

 %

Lead margin

Sample Size

Monmouth
University

Hillary
Clinton

38%

Donald
Trump

34%

4

806

 

 

src: nytimes.com 

NBC/Wall Street Journal poll US Election Opinion Poll, NBC/Wall Street Journal poll, US presidential elections, who will win in US polls, US Election Survey Result, US Exit poll, US Election Issues

NBC/Wall Street
Journal poll US Election Opinion Poll, NBC/Wall Street Journal poll, US
presidential elections,

who will win in
US polls, US Election Survey Result, US Exit poll, US Election Issues

The 2016 general election race is now a tie. Hillary Clinton might be getting into some negative headlines about her use of a private email server but still she seems to be more liked by people compared to Trump when it come to chosing amongst these two on November 8.

Barack Obama seems to be quite supportive and has good approval rating for Clinton.

The most recent NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll shows Clinton clinging to a narrow lead.

Clinton 

46%

Trump 

43%

 

src: nbsnews 

And the big question on everyone’s lips for the next 160-some days will be: So, who’s gonna win?

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