HMM: FPU/Herald Poll Shows Prez Race A Dead Heat.
The latest Economist/YouGov poll shows Hillary Clinton just ahead of Donald Trump in the presidential race, 44% to 41%, with Gary Johnson at 5% and Jill Stein at 2%. The post Clinton Holds Small Lead Nationally appeared first on Political Wire.
As the saying goes, "As Maine goes, so goes the nation." That being said, this new poll of Maine's 2nd congressional district is raising eyebrows:...
Three thoughts for the coming week of college football: 1. A gutty win at Michigan State has boosted surprising Wisconsin to No. 8 in the Associated Press poll. We’ll find out whether the Badgers are for real as their brutal midseason stretch continues with matchups against No. 4 Michigan and No....
One day before the first presidential debate of the 2016 election, the latest presidential polls seem to show Hillary Clinton maintaining a lead nationwide and in many of the battleground states. In fact, Clinton’s support in the polls seems to be firming up after Trump made slight inroads during recent weeks. Show More Summary
Ok posting this just after Ryan Moore lost in a Tour Championship
According to the strongly anti-Trump WaPo, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are set to meet Monday night for their first debate "in a virtual dead heat in the race for the White House, according to a new Washington Post-ABC News poll,...Show More Summary
Whatever arguments we’ve had about the polls this week will soon be swamped by the reaction to Monday’s presidential debate. As a rough guide, I’d expect us to have some initial sense of how the debate has moved the numbers by Thursday or Friday based on quick-turnaround polls, and a clearer one by next Sunday […]
“One-third of voters say the presidential debates will be very important in helping them decide who to support for president, with slightly more Republicans than Democrats saying so,” a new Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll has found. “Some 34% of [...] The post One Third of Voters Say Debates Will Help Them Decide appeared first on Political Wire.
Donald Trump has called Russian President Vladimir Putin "a leader — unlike what we have in this country." But most Americans don't agree with Trump's assessment of Putin's leadership skills, … Click to Continue »
On November 8, Americans will have the chance to go to the polls and elect the next president of the United States. Both major parties, Republican and Democrat, will make their cases to voters in the coming weeks. The candidates' positions...Show More Summary
On November 8, Americans will have the chance to go to the polls and elect the next president of the United States. Both major parties, Republican and Democrat, will make their cases to voters in the coming weeks. Perhaps one of theShow More Summary
From the Wall Street Journal: One-third of voters say the presidential debates will be very important in helping them decide whom to support for president, with slightly more Republicans than Democrats saying so, a new Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll has found. This is one reason not to take polls too seriously. Show More Summary
TWO months into his candidacy for vice president and with less than two months remaining until election day, Tim Kaine, Hillary Clinton's running mate, remains unknown to nearly one in five voters. A poll this month by CNN/ORC International showed that 19% of voters had never heard of him. Show More Summary
In March an establishment featuring females with pasties on nipples & body paint on their upper bodies opened in the Delmar Loop, with the limits of University City. When John Racanelli announced last winter that he was replacing his failed sports bar, the Market Pub House, with a spinoff of...
Last week, an Essential Poll revealed that half the population want to ban Muslims from migrating to Australia. Junaid Cheema is alert, but not alarmed. Muslims making headlines for the wrong reasons is nothing new, it seems like that’s all we do. If it’s not the latest Terrorist attack or ISIL beheading, it’s the reminder [...]Show More Summary
EXCITEMENT ABOUNDS: New Washington Post Poll: Clinton and Trump in virtual dead heat before first debate. Hmm. This is better for Trump than most recent polls I’ve seen. Maybe he got a boost (or Hillary a cut) from the Charlotte riots? But most of the sampling period is too early for that, and it’s all […]
Monday night's debate may have a significant effect on presidential election polling, with Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump currently in a dead heat in many national polls after the Republican candidate closed a large gap in recent weeks. Show More Summary
Wisconsin moved up to No. 8 in The Associated Press college football poll and LSU became the second preseason top-10 team to drop out of the rankings in the first month of the season.
I'm reading a WaPo piece titled "Poll: Clinton, Trump in virtual dead heat on eve of first debate":... 53 percent of registered voters say he is not qualified, 58 percent say he lacks the temperament to serve effectively....Doubts about...Show More Summary