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Latest 2016 Presidential Polls – 6 November 2016 Edition

06 Nov

We the People are down to two days left in the 2016 Presidential Election, and FBI Director James Comey has once again cleared Secretary Clinton of any wrongdoing regarding recently discovered emails, we’ll see if this changes anything with respect to Tuesday’s voting.

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Nationally, Clinton’s lead continues to hold.

NBC News/Wall St. Jrnl – 3-5 Nov 2016 – Clinton 48/Trump 43
IBD/TIPP Tracking – 2-5 Nov 2016 – Clinton 45/Trump 44
ABC/Wash Post Tracking – 1-4 Nov 2016 – Clinton 49/Trump 44
Reuters/Ipsos – 30 Oct – 4 Nov 2016 – Clinton 44/Trump 40
Fox News – 1-3 Nov – Clinton 46/Trump 45
McClatchy/Marist – 1-3 Nov – Clinton 46/Trump 44
Economist/YouGov – 30 Oct – 1 Nov 2016 – Clinton 48/Trump 45
CBS News/NY Times – 28 Oct – 1 Nov 2016 – Clinton 47/Trump 44

Four years ago, this is how polling was running in the race between President Obama and Mitt Romney

Politico/GWU/Battleground – 4-5 Nov 2012 – Obama 49/Romney 49
CNN/Opinion Research – 2-4 Nov 2012 – Obama 49/Romney 49
IBD/TIPP 3-5 Nov 2012 – Obama 50/Romney 49
Gallup – 1-4 Nov 2012 – Obama 48/Romney 49
Pew Research – 31 October – 3 Nov 2012 – Obama 50/Romney 47
NBC News/Wall St. Jrnl. – 1-3 Nov 2012 – Obama 48/Romney 47
Public Policy Polling – 1-3 Nov 2012 – Obama 50/Romney 47
ABC News/Washington Post – 29 Oct – 2 Nov 2012 – Obama 49/Romney 48

State polling indicates a much clearer view of how the race is going as we head into two days remaining.

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In 2012, the electoral map was looking much closer as the race closed on the finish line with President Obama preparing to defeat Mitt Romney

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The Electoral Map is based on all current state polling data

As a continuing reminder,
President Barack Obama defeated Mitt Romney 332/206 in 2012
Senator Barack Obama defeated Senator John McCain 365/173 in 2008
Governor Bill Clinton defeated President George HW Bush 370/168 in 1992
Governor Ronald Reagan defeated President Jimmy Carter 489/49 in 1980
President Lyndon Johnson (LBJ) defeated Senator Barry Goldwater 486/52 in 1964

Running election simulations, Clinton continues to beat Trump nine out of ten times.
Trump 273/Clinton 265
Clinton 302/Trump 236
Clinton 303/Trump 235
Clinton 305/Trump 233
Clinton 275/Trump 263

Clinton 315/Trump 223
Clinton 298/Trump 240
Clinton 274/Trump 264
Clinton 300/Trump 238
Clinton 312/Trump 226

According to all current state polling data available, if all things remain constant, Hillary Clinton will be the 45th President of the United States.

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