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.


Trade war between Ms.Hillary and Mr.Trump,US Presidential elections 2016, US Presidential polls, Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump, trade war

Trade war between Ms.Hillary and Mr.Trump,US Presidential elections 2016, US Presidential polls, Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump, trade war

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump announced a 7-point protectionist plan of action to “bring back jobs” to America, which his Democratic opponent Hillary Clinton said was a copy of her plans.

The divide between Mr. Trump and Ms. Clinton on trade appears increasingly fuzzy.

Ms. Clinton sought to draw the line. “There’s a difference between getting tough on trade, and recklessly starting trade wars. The last time we opted for Trump-style isolationism, it made the Great Depression longer and more painful,” a release from by the Clinton campaign quoted her as saying. However, in a point-by-point response to the Trump plan, her campaign argued “they were ideas that seem to have moved straight from Hillary Clinton’s policy fact sheets to his teleprompter.”

Mr. Trump announced seven steps he would “pursue right away to bring back our jobs.” Under Mr. Trump, America will withdraw from the Trans-Pacific Partnership and will appoint the “toughest and smartest trade negotiators.” As president, he would direct the secretary of commerce to identify “every violation of trade agreements “a foreign country is using to harm the American worker.” The North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) will be renegotiated; China will be named a “currency manipulator;” the US Trade Representative (USTR) will bring cases against China in WTO and in the USA on subsidy issues. “If China does not stop its illegal activities, including its theft of American trade secrets, I will use every lawful presidential power to remedy trade disputes,” Mr. Trump said, promising “tariffs and taxes,” as punitive measures.

The Clinton response said all these — or similar — measures were promised by her earlier, and she would pursue them as president. The point of contention is who will do it more efficiently and honestly, and whose track record inspires more confidence.


Republican National Convention Results Details Schedule/Date Venue/Place 2016, When Where is the GOP Convention held

Republican National Convention  Details Schedule Date Venue Results 2016 ,2016 Republican National Convention, Quicken Loans Arena,Cleveland

Date(s) July 18–21, 2016
City ClevelandOhio
Venue Quicken Loans Arena
Chair Paul Ryan
Notable speakers See below
Presidential nominee Donald Trump of New York
Vice Presidential nominee TBA
Total delegates 2,472
Votes needed for nomination 1,237 (majority)

Republican National Convention Imp Points

  • Schedule: The 2016 Republican National Convention will be held on July 18 – 21.
  • What happens in National Convention: in which delegates of the United States Republican Party will choose the party's nominees for President of the United States and Vice President of the United States in the 2016 national election, will be held July 18–21, 2016. 
  • Venue of Convention: The convention is to be held at Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland, Ohio.This will mark the third time Cleveland has hosted this event, and the first since 1936.
  • There are 2,472 delegates to the Republican National Convention, and a candidate needs a simple majority comprising 1,237 or more delegates to win the presidential nomination. Most of those delegates are bound for at least the first ballot of the convention based on the results of the 2016 Republican presidential primaries.
  • The Republican National Committee (RNC), the convention will host approximately 2,470 delegates and 2,302 alternate delegates from all 50 states, the District of Columbia and five territories.
  • The convention will also include approximately 15,000 credentialed media—an international press corps second only in size to the 2016 Rio Olympic Games—as well as a global audience that will witness a front row seat online thanks to our Internet and social media efforts.
  • Nearly 120 staffers will eventually live, dine and shop in the Cleveland area in preparation for the 2016 Republican National Convention. And roughly 50,000 people are expected to visit the Cleveland area during the gathering. ,

14th June Washington D.C. Democratic primary/caucuses Schedule Opinion Poll Results 2016 Hillary Clinton Final Delegate Count on 14th June 2016

Washington D.C. Democratic primary/caucuses Results 2016, Washington D.C. Democratic caucuses Opinion Poll Results 2016

Washington D.C Democratic Caususes Imp Points us mappppppppppppppppp

  1. Hillary Clinton has already clinched Democratic Nomination so this Primary wont be that important but still the total count would matter.
  2. Washington D.C Democratic caucuses are scheduled to be held on June 14 in the U.S. territory of the United States
  3. Republican Party Washington DC caucus took place on March 12. Rubio Won with 37.3% votes and Kasich got 35.5% votes.
  4. In the past, winners were Barack Obama, 2008 John Kerry, 2004 Al Gore, 2000 . 

Opinion Polls: No Opinion Polls are available for Washington DC .

Washington D.C Primary Results 2016 – 4

14th June Washington D.C Democratic Presidential Caucuses
Washington D.C delegates
Hillary Clinton  
Bernie Sanders  

Puerto Rico Democratic primary/caucuses Schedule Opinion Poll Results 2016 Hillary Clinton Final Delegate Count on 5th June 2016

Puerto Rico Democratic primary/caucuses Results 2016, Puerto Rico Democratic caucuses Opinion Poll Results 2016

Hillary Clinton Wins Puerto Rico,and edges closer to nomination 

Important Points on Puerto Rico Democratic Primary Results

  • After major win in Virgin Islands, Clinton needed just 30 more delegates in order to reach the magic figure for Nomination i.e 2,383, according to an Associated Press count. 
  • According to reports Clinton won 61% votes , 36026 votes and 33 Delegates in Puerto Rico
  • Sanders has won 39% votes, 22768 votes and 20 Delegates.
  • Puerto Rico has 60 pledged delegates at stake.
  • Next Important Event : Primaries in California, Montana, New Jersey, New Mexico, North/South Dakota on 7th June 2016.  According to Opinion Polls Clinton is leading in California, New Mexico, NewJersey and Montana. More Details here.
  • Clinton is closing in on a historic nomination as the first female presidential nominee with one more round of states — California, New Jersey, New Mexico, South Dakota and Montana — set to vote Tuesday. Her nomination would become official during the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia.She’ll become the first-ever female nominee of a major political party.

Puerto Rico Democratic primary/caucuses Final Results 2016

5th June Peurto Rico Democratic Presidential Caucuses
Peurto Rico 60 Delegates
Hillary Clinton  33
Bernie Sanders   20


Puerto Rico Democratic Caususes Imp Points, Schedule

  1. In the year 2008 in Puerto Rico
    Primaries Hillary Clinton won with 67% votes
     against Barack Obama
    with 31% which shows Hillary has good popularity amongst voters in
    Puerto Rico
  2. Puerto Rico Democratic caucuses are scheduled
    to be held on June 5 in the U.S. territory of the United States
  3. Republican Party Puerto Rico Primary took place on March 6 and Marco
    Rubio won with 71% votes
     and got all 23 delegates since it being a Winner take ALL
  4. Their is also a controversy regarding 1,510 polling locations to be reduced to 455 for the June 5 primary as mentioned in reddit page of Bernie Sanders called “Sanders for President”.

Opinion Polls for Peurto Rico:

An Opinion Polls by Pasquines done in March – April for June 5 Democratic cauces has following results.Hillary Clinton : 65.87% , Bernie Sanders : 34.13%

Opinion Polls by Pasquines

Puerto Rico Democratic Primary May Opinion poll











Virgin Islands Democratic primary/caucuses Schedule Opinion Poll Results 2016 Hillary Clinton Final Delegate Count on 4th June 2016

Virgin Islands Democratic primary/caucuses Results 2016, Virgin Islands Democratic caucuses Opinion Poll Results 2016

Virgin Islands Democratic Caususes Imp Points

  1. Virgin Islands Democratic caucuses are scheduled to be held on June 4 in the U.S. territory of the United States
  2. Republican Party Virgin Islands caucus took place on March 10. 
  3. Seven of Virgin Islands’ 12 Democratic delegates are pledged to presidential contenders based on the results of the voting in the Virgin Islands Territorial Convention.
  4. A mandatory 15 percent threshold is required in order for a presidential contender to be pledged National Convention delegates.

Opinion Polls: No Opinion Polls are available for Virgin Islands US. But according to reports their are dominant Black voters who have high probability of voting Clinton rather than Sanders. Simiarly on June 5 Primaries are there in Peurto Rico which again has good popularity for Clinton


 Hillary Clinton has won the Virgin Islands Democratic caucuses, according to results provided by the local Democratic Party.

 The party said Clinton won 84.2% of the vote, while Bernie Sanders earned 12.2%. Under Democratic National Committee rules, a candidate must win at least 15% of the vote to be eligible to receive delegates. 

The U.S. Virgin Islands caucus will start at 10 a.m. and results are expected to come out by early afternoon. There are seven pledged delegates to go along with five superdelegates up for grabs. 

Virgin Islands Primary Results 2016 – 4

4th June Virginia Islands Democratic Presidential Caucuses
Virgin Islands
12 delegates
Hillary Clinton  
Bernie Sanders  

According to a preliminary vote total, Clinton received 1,308 votes to Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders’ 190.

 She is now just 60 delegates short of the 2,383 needed to advance to the November general election.

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

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








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.