New Hampshire WBUR Opinion Polling 2016, US Presidential Election 2016,Hillary Clinton,Donald trump

New Hampshire WBUR Opinion Polling 2016, US Presidential Election 2016,Hillary Clinton,Donald trump

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New Hampshire voters who either prefer or lean toward Mrs. Clinton outnumber those who prefer or lean toward Mr. Trump by 47 percent to 32 percent, according to the poll, conducted for WBUR, an NPR station in Boston, by the MassInc Polling Group.

Gary Johnson, a Libertarian, was favored by 8 percent.

Nationally, according to a new Fox News poll, Mrs. Clinton holds a 10-point lead over Mr. Trump.

Still, even in New Hampshire, it is not all smooth sailing for her: 46 percent of voters there say Mrs. Clinton is not fit to be president, and 29 percent think she should be sent to prison for her use of a personal email server while she was secretary of state.

But 56 percent of New Hampshire voters say she came out of her convention a stronger candidate, and only 39 percent said the same of Mr. Trump.

Perhaps most important, 63 percent say Mr. Trump is not fit to be president.

WBUR Poll New Hampshire 2016 General Election
Survey of 609 Likely Voters
Field Dates July 29 – August 1, 2016
Vote preference with leaners
Hillary Clinton 47%
Donald Trump 32%
Gary Johnson 8%
Jill Stein 3%
Another candidate 2%
Don’t Know / Refused 7%

Florida Opinion poll Suffolk University: 

Florida Poll: Suffolk University
Hillary Clinton 48%
Donald Trump 42%
undecided 10%

Clinton might be in the lead, but Florida voters continue to have an unfavorable opinion of her. The survey found 50 percent of respondents said they had an unfavorable opinion of Clinton, while 44 percent said they had a favorable opinion.

It’s still better than how Trump fared. The survey found 54 percent of Florida voters had an unfavorable opinion of Trump, with just 36 percent saying they had a favorable opinion.

The survey of 500 likely voters was conducted Aug. 1 through Aug. 3. It has a margin of error of 4.4 percent.

src:http://www.nytimes.com/2016/08/05/us/politics/hillary-clinton-donald-trump-new-hampshire.html?_r=1

 

 

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