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Polls Megathread (Reuters/Ipsos Poll: Clinton 44%, Trump 37%)

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AyaKara

Hey everyone! Please post all information and discussion regarding polls here. Tag me to your posts as new polls come in and I'll gladly update the OP with current stats. Thanks guys! And, thanks to @FATCAT for the great idea :sara:

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08/01/2016 -- CBS Poll: Clinton 46%, Trump 39%
08/01/2016 -- CNN/ORC Poll: Clinton 52%, Trump 43%
08/03/2016 -- Fox News Poll: Clinton 49%, Trump 39%
08/05/2016 -- McClatchy-Marist Poll: Clinton 48%, Trump 33%
08/19/2015 -- Pew Research Center Poll: Clinton 41%, Trump 37%
09/04/2016 -- LA Times Poll: Clinton 42.4%, Trump 45.0%
09/10/2016 -- CNN/ORC Poll: Clinton 43%, Trump 45%
09/14/2016 -- Bloomberg Poll: Clinton 39%, Trump 44%
09/18/2016 -- People's Pundit Poll: Clinton 39.8%, Trump 45.3%
09/20/2016 -- Insights West Poll: Arizona -- Clinton 41%, Trump 46%; Nevada -- Clinton 44%, Trump 47%
09/21/2016 -- NBC/WSJ Poll: Clinton 43%,Trump 37%
10/02/2016 -- POLITICO Poll: Clinton 46%, Trump 39%
10/03/2016 -- Quinnipac Poll: Florida -- Clinton 46%, Trump 41%; North Carolina -- Clinton 46%, Trump 43%; Ohio -- Clinton -- 42%, Trump 47%; Pennsylvania -- Clinton 45%, Trump 41%
10/04/2016 -- Monmouth Poll: Clinton 50%, Trump 40%
10/13/2016 -- Rasmussen Poll: Clinton 41%, Trump 43%
10/14/2016 -- Reuters/Ipsos Poll: Clinton 44%, Trump 37%

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FATCAT

Cant' wait for this thread to be absolutely FILLED with data! 

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Luiz

Fox News Poll: Clinton leads Trump by 10 points

Sixty-one percent of voters think Hillary Clinton is dishonest, yet she’s opened up a big lead over Donald Trump in the latest Fox News Poll.

Here’s why: majorities think Clinton is nevertheless qualified to be president, and has the temperament and knowledge to serve effectively. It’s the opposite for Trump: over half feel he is not qualified, and lacks the temperament or knowledge to lead the country. And his 62 percent dishonesty rating tops hers.

After the conventions, the Clinton-Kaine ticket leads the Trump-Pence ticket by 10 points (49-39 percent) in the race for the White House. Clinton’s advantage is outside the poll’s margin of error. A month ago, Clinton was up by six points (44-38 percent, June 26-28).

This is the first time the Fox News Poll included running mates. Trump announced his vice presidential pick of Indiana Gov. Mike Pence July 15. Clinton told supporters she’d picked Virginia Sen. Tim Kaine July 22.

Since last month, Clinton’s position is improved with most groups, as she gained ground among men, women, whites, Democrats, young voters, and seniors.

The Democrat is winning among the so-called “Obama coalition,” the key voting blocs that secured his re-election. Clinton is favored among women by 23 points (57-34 percent), blacks by 83 (87-4 percent), Hispanics by 48 (68-20 percent), and voters under 30 by 18 (49-31 percent).

 

http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2016/08/03/fox-news-poll-clinton-leads-trump-by-10-points-both-seen-as-flawed.html

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Redstreak
2 hours ago, Luiz said:

Fox News Poll: Clinton leads Trump by 10 points

Sixty-one percent of voters think Hillary Clinton is dishonest, yet she’s opened up a big lead over Donald Trump in the latest Fox News Poll.

Here’s why: majorities think Clinton is nevertheless qualified to be president, and has the temperament and knowledge to serve effectively. It’s the opposite for Trump: over half feel he is not qualified, and lacks the temperament or knowledge to lead the country. And his 62 percent dishonesty rating tops hers.

After the conventions, the Clinton-Kaine ticket leads the Trump-Pence ticket by 10 points (49-39 percent) in the race for the White House. Clinton’s advantage is outside the poll’s margin of error. A month ago, Clinton was up by six points (44-38 percent, June 26-28).

This is the first time the Fox News Poll included running mates. Trump announced his vice presidential pick of Indiana Gov. Mike Pence July 15. Clinton told supporters she’d picked Virginia Sen. Tim Kaine July 22.

Since last month, Clinton’s position is improved with most groups, as she gained ground among men, women, whites, Democrats, young voters, and seniors.

The Democrat is winning among the so-called “Obama coalition,” the key voting blocs that secured his re-election. Clinton is favored among women by 23 points (57-34 percent), blacks by 83 (87-4 percent), Hispanics by 48 (68-20 percent), and voters under 30 by 18 (49-31 percent).

 

http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2016/08/03/fox-news-poll-clinton-leads-trump-by-10-points-both-seen-as-flawed.html

Beat me to it.

 

@AyaKara new poll in quoted post

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PartySick

@AyaKara

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton has surged to a 15-point lead over reeling, gaffe-plagued Republican Donald Trump, according to a new McClatchy-Marist poll.

Clinton made strong gains with two constituencies crucial to a Republican victory – whites and men – while scoring important gains among fellow Democrats, the poll found.

Clinton not only went up, but Trump also went down. Clinton now has a 48-33 percent lead, a huge turnaround from her narrow 42-39 advantage last month.

The findings are particularly significant because the poll was taken after both political conventions ended and as Trump engaged in a war of words with the parents of Army Capt. Humayun Khan, who was killed in an explosion in Iraq 12 years ago while trying to rescue other soldiers.

Spoiler

In a four-way race, Clinton retains her lead. She gets 45 percent to Trump’s 31 percent.Libertarian Gary Johnson has 10 percent, and the Green Party’s Jill Stein has 6 percent.

(not sure if you want to keep it between Trump and Hillary or if the other two candidates should be marked down too, but they're here :happy:)

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AyaKara
3 hours ago, PartySick said:

@AyaKara

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton has surged to a 15-point lead over reeling, gaffe-plagued Republican Donald Trump, according to a new McClatchy-Marist poll.

Clinton made strong gains with two constituencies crucial to a Republican victory – whites and men – while scoring important gains among fellow Democrats, the poll found.

Clinton not only went up, but Trump also went down. Clinton now has a 48-33 percent lead, a huge turnaround from her narrow 42-39 advantage last month.

The findings are particularly significant because the poll was taken after both political conventions ended and as Trump engaged in a war of words with the parents of Army Capt. Humayun Khan, who was killed in an explosion in Iraq 12 years ago while trying to rescue other soldiers.

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In a four-way race, Clinton retains her lead. She gets 45 percent to Trump’s 31 percent.Libertarian Gary Johnson has 10 percent, and the Green Party’s Jill Stein has 6 percent.

(not sure if you want to keep it between Trump and Hillary or if the other two candidates should be marked down too, but they're here :happy:)

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If we get more polls with Gary Johnson and Jill Stein, I'll start including those too :sara: thanks for tagging me!

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GagaMyBlood95

I think it's quite obvious Clinton will win.

I mean, if you have to choose between two evils, I would rather choose her too.

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bionic

What were polls like in previous elections?

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Lion Heart

Trump's lead in 3 battleground states has collapsed after his disastrous responses to the Khan family, among other things.

 

Polls in Pennsylvania, Michigan, and New Hampshire suggested that a once tight race in the battlegrounds had shifted in favor of Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton.

The polls showed Clinton with a 9-point lead in Michigan, an 11-point lead in Pennsylvania, and a 17-point lead in New Hampshire. In mid-July, polls conducted in each state found the race to be within 3 points in either direction.

In Michigan, where a Detroit News poll found Clinton to hold about a 9-point lead in a contest that included Libertarian Party nominee Gary Johnson and Green Party nominee Jill Stein, the pollster described "shocking" leads for Clinton in Republican strongholds in the western part of the state.

"He's sitting in the cellar right now, and they're going to have to do something to dramatically turn this around," said Richard Czuba, the president of the Glengariff Group Inc. polling firm. "If I were a Republican running on this ticket right now, I'd be beyond nervous."

Source: http://uk.businessinsider.com/donald-trump-polls-pennsylvania-new-hampshire-michigan-2016-8?r=US&IR=T

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Lion Heart

 

PPP's new Texas poll finds a relatively tight race, at least on the curve of recent Presidential election results in the state. Donald Trump leads with 44% to 38% for Hillary Clinton, 6% for Gary Johnson, 2% for Jill Stein, and less than half a percent (0) for Evan McMullin. In a head to head contest Trump leads Clinton 50-44 in the state, which Mitt Romney won by 16 points in 2012.

A Democratic victory in Texas this year remains a stretch but within the numbers there are signs of Democrats being positioned to become seriously competitive there in the years ahead. Trump's lead is based entirely on his holding a 63-33 advantage among seniors. With voters under 65, Clinton leads him 49-45. And when you look just specifically at voters under 45, Clinton leads Trump 60-35. Older voters are overwhelmingly responsible for the Republican advantage in Texas, and generational change is likely to help Democrats become more competitive.

A big piece of that generational change is the increasing racial diversity of the electorate in Texas. Trump has a 69/25 lead with white voters but the reason the state's so competitive overall is that among non-white voters Clinton has a 73-21 lead, including a 68-27 edge with the state's booming Hispanic population.

http://www.publicpolicypolling.com/main/2016/08/trump-leads-by-only-6-in-texas.html

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Redstreak

If Clinton takes Texas than the GOP is OVER :rip: 

Take a moment to think of just flexibility, love, and trust~

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PartySick
10 minutes ago, Lion Heart said:

TEXAS MONSTERS THERE'S HOPE :giveup: 

@Morphine Prince Good job :applause:

9 minutes ago, Redstreak said:

If Clinton takes Texas than the GOP is OVER :rip: 

They were over the second Trump became their nominee. Well, it became official at that point at least.

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