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Latest 2020 Presidential Polls – 22 July 2020

Vice President Joe Biden continues pummeling Donald Trump in all current polling. The world is still spinning from the covid-19 pandemic, and the U.S. continues to push forward in fighting racism, while Trump is commuting the sentences of his political advisors, and playing golf as Americans continue to die. Trump still has yet to comment on reports that Russia is paying bounties on American Troops.

With just over three months until Election Day, where do we stand?

In national polling, the latest YouGov Poll, conducted 19-21 July 2020 of 1,222 registered voters, has the race lignin up like this:

Biden 49%
Trump 41%

According to the ABC News/The Washington Post Poll, conducted 12-15 July 2020, of 845 registered voters:

Biden 55%
Trump 40%

In the Fox News Poll, conducted from 12-15 July 2020 of 1,104 registered voters:

Biden 49%
Trump 41%

As far as the national race for the White House is concerned, according to recent state polling data available, if the election was today, odds are that Vice President Joe Biden would be the 46th President of the United States. At the same time, Trump, who forever remains the third impeached President in U.S. history, will go down as one of the exceptionally shoddier persons to ever sit in the Oval Office.

 
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Posted by on July 22, 2020 in 2020 Election, Donald Trump, Joe Biden

 

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Latest 2020 Presidential Polls – 30 June 2020

Vice President Joe Biden is pummeling Donald Trump in all current polling. The world is still spinning from the covid-19 pandemic, and the US continues to push forward in fighting racism, while Trump is re-Tweeting videos of angry old white people chanting “white power!” Moreover, the New York Times is reporting Trump was briefed as far back as March 2019 that Russia was paying bounties on American Troops.

With just over four months until Election Day, where do we stand?

In national polling, the latest Suffolk University Poll, conducted 25-29 June 2020 of 1,000 registered voters, has the race lignin up like this:

Biden 53%
Trump 41%

According to the Pew Research Poll, conducted 16-22 June 2020, of 3,577 registered voters:

Biden 54%
Trump 44%

In the RMG Research Poll, conducted from 25-27 June 2020 of 1,200 registered voters:

Biden 47%
Trump 39%

As far as the national race for the White House is concerned, according to recent state polling data available, if the election was today, odds are that Vice President Joe Biden would be the 46th President of the United States, while Trump, who forever remains the third impeached president in U.S. history, will go down as one of the singularly worse persons to ever sit in the Oval Office.

 
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Posted by on June 30, 2020 in 2020 Election, Donald Trump, Joe Biden

 

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Latest 2020 Presidential Polls – 23 June 2020 – Summer Solstice Edition

Vice President Joe Biden has sewn up the Democratic Party nomination and is set to face-off against Donald Trump in November. The world is still reeling from the covid-19 pandemic, and the US is suffering from racism against Black Americans from white cops, and Trump is having trouble walking down ramps, drinking waters, and filling stadiums in ruby-red states.

So, five months and change from Election Day, where do we stand?

In national polling, the latest Public Policy Polling data, conducted 19-20 2020 of 1,013 registered voters, has the race lignin up like this:

Biden 52%
Trump 43%

According to the Fox News poll, conducted 13-16 June 2020, of 1,343 registered voters:

Biden 50%
Trump 38%

In the Quinnipiac University Poll, conducted from 11-15 June 2020 of 1,332 registered voters:

Biden 49%
Trump 41%

As far as the national race for the White House is concerned, according to recent polling data available, if the election was today, odds are that Vice President Joe Biden would be the 46th President of the United States. Trump, who forever remains the third impeached president in U.S. history, will go down as one of the lowest and depraved persons to ever sit in the Oval Office.

 
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Posted by on June 23, 2020 in 2020 Election, Donald Trump, Joe Biden

 

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Latest 2016 Presidential Polls – 7 November 2016 Edition

Happy Election’s Eve! We the People are down to one day left in the 2016 Presidential Election – the actual Election Day!

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Nationally, Clinton’s lead continues to hold.

Bloomberg 4-6 Nov 2016 – Clinton 44/Trump 41
Economist/YouGov – 4-7 Nov 2016 – Clinton 45/Trump 41
IBD/TIPP Tracking – 3-6 Nov 2016 – Clinton 41/Trump 43
ABC/Wash Post Tracking – 3-6 Nov 2016 – Clinton 47/Trump 43
Fox News – 3-6 Nov – Clinton 48/Trump 44
Monmouth 3-6 Nov 2016 – Clinton 50/Trump 44
Gravis 3-6 Nov 2016 – Clinton 47/Trump 43
CBS News 2-6 Nov 2016 – Clinton 45/Trump 41
NBC News/Wall St. Jrnl – 3-5 Nov 2016 – Clinton 48/Trump 43
Reuters/Ipsos – 30 Oct – 4 Nov 2016 – Clinton 44/Trump 40
McClatchy/Marist – 1-3 Nov – Clinton 46/Trump 44
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 eight out of ten times.

Trump 273/Clinton 265
Clinton 310/Trump 228
Clinton 338/Trump 200
Trump 280/Clinton 258
Clinton 299/Trump 239

Clinton 293/Trump 245
Clinton 304/Trump 234
Clinton 286/Trump 252
Clinton 308/Trump 230
Clinton 310/Trump 228

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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Posted by on November 7, 2016 in 2016 Election

 

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Latest 2016 Presidential Polls – 6 November 2016 Edition

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.

6-nov-2012-electoral-map

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

06-nov-16-electoral-map

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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Posted by on November 6, 2016 in 2016 Election

 

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Latest 2016 Presidential Polls – 5 November 2016 Edition

We the People are down to three days left in the 2016 Presidential Election; Trump seems in some respects to be toning down his hate filled rhetoric, hoping everyone forgets the person he really is, and Hillary keeps hoping people do not forget his sexual assaults and upcoming rape case.

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Nationally, Clinton’s thin lead continues to hold.

Fox News – 1-3 Nov – Clinton 46/Trump 45
McClatchy/Marist – 1-3 Nov – Clinton 46/Trump 44
IBD/TIPP Tracking – 30 Oct – 3 Nov 2016 – Clinton 45/Trump 44
Reuters/Ipsos – 30 Oct – 4 Nov 2016 – Clinton 44/Trump 40
ABC/Wash Post Tracking – 31 Oct – 4 Nov 2016 – Clinton 49/Trump 45
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

CNN/Opinion Research – 2-4 Nov 2012 – Obama 49/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

5-nov-2012-electoral-map

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

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

05-nov-16-electoral-map

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.

Clinton 296/Trump 242
Trump 283/Clinton 255
Clinton 298/Trump 240
Clinton 311/Trump 227
Clinton 323/Trump 215

Clinton 345/Trump 193
Clinton 309/Trump 229
Clinton 270/Trump 268
Clinton 336/Trump 202
Clinton 333/Trump 205

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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Posted by on November 5, 2016 in 2016 Election

 

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Latest 2016 Presidential Polls – 4 November 2016 Edition

We the People are down to four days left in the 2016 Presidential Election, the race appears to be tightening, and there are new email allegations, and of course the continuing revelations by more and more women that Donald Trump allegedly sexually assaulted them, coupled with ongoing stories of Trump’s ties to Russia.

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Nationally, Clinton’s lead continues to hold.

Fox News – 1-3 November – Clinton 46/Trump 45
McClatchy/Marist – 1-3 November – Clinton 46/Trump 44
ABC News Tracking – 31 October – 3 November 2016 – Clinton 49/Trump 45
IBD/TIPP Tracking – 30 October – 3 November 2016 – Clinton 45/Trump 44
Reuters/Ipsos – 30 October – 3 November 2016 – Clinton 44/Trump 39
Economist/YouGov – 30 October – 1 November 2016 – Clinton 48/Trump 45
CBS News/NY Times – 28 October – 1 November 2016 – Clinton 47/Trump 44

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

Reuters/Ipsos – 27–31 October 2012 – Obama 47/Romney 46
ABC News/Washington Post – 27-31 October 2012 – Obama 49/Romney 48
RAND Poll – 30 October 2012 – Obama 49/Romney 45
Fox News – 28-30 October 2012 – Obama 46/Romney 46

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

4-nov-2012-electoral-map

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

04-nov-16-electoral-map

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.

Clinton 295/Trump 243
Clinton 285/Trump 253
Clinton 297/Trump 241
Clinton 349/Trump 189
Clinton 317/Trump 221

Clinton 295/Trump 243
Clinton 306/Trump 232
Clinton 287/Trump 251
Trump 285/Clinton 253
Clinton 287/Trump 251

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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Posted by on November 4, 2016 in 2016 Election

 

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Latest 2016 Presidential Polls – 29 October 2016 Edition

We the People are down to ten days left in the 2016 Presidential Election, and Donald Trump continues to fall into a strange land of make believe claiming this past week that Hillary should be kicked out of the race and he should just be declared the winner. Fortunately, for the rest of us, that is not the way we do things in America.

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Nationally, Clinton’s lead continues to hold.

IBD/TIPP Tracking – 23-28 October – Clinton 46/Trump 41
ABC News Tracking – 24-27 October 2016 – Clinton 49/Trump 46
Economist/YouGov – 22-26 October – Clinton 49/Trump 46
Fox News – 22-25 October – Clinton 49/Trump 44
Pew Research – 20-25 October – Clinton 50/Trump 43
CNBC – 21-24 October – Clinton 47/Trump 37
Reuters/Ipsos – 20-24 October Clinton 43/Trump 37

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

29-oct-16-electoral-map

The Electoral Map is based on all current state polling data

2012-electoral-map-30-october-2012

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

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 14 out of 15 times.

Clinton 316/Trump 222
Clinton 287/Trump 251
Clinton 303/Trump 235
Clinton 317/Trump 221
Clinton 323/Trump 215

Clinton 337/Trump 201
Clinton 354/Trump 184
Clinton 303/Trump 235
Clinton 278/Trump 260
Trump 279/Clinton 259

Clinton 288/Trump 250
Clinton 326/Trump 212
Clinton 279/Trump 259
Clinton 312/Trump 226
Clinton 351/Trump 187

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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Posted by on October 29, 2016 in 2016 Election

 

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Latest 2016 Presidential Polls – 25 October 2016 Edition

There are exactly two weeks to go in the 2016 Presidential Election, and Donald Trump’s precarious GOP campaign continues to be rocked with ongoing allegations of sexual assaults and predatory behavior from the darling boy of the evangelical right. Can he survive with any amount of a serious electoral challenge? This remains to be seen as Utah is swinging to Republican third wheel candidate, Evan McMullin, and Hillary Clinton is challenging the GOP candidate in Texas and Georgia.

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Nationally, Clinton’s lead continues to hold.

CNN/ORC – 20-23 October – Clinton 51/Trump 45
ABC News Tracking – 20-22 October 2016 – Clinton 53/Trump 41
Quinnipiac – 17-18 October – Clinton 50/Trump 44
Economist/YouGov – 15-18 October – Clinton 47/Trump 43
Fox News – 15-17 October – Clinton 49/Trump 42

State polling indicates a much clearer view of how the race is going on the eve of the second Presidential debate.

24-oct-16-electoral-map

The Electoral Map is based on all current state polling data

electoral-college-23-oct-2012

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 ten out of ten times.

Clinton 291/Trump 240
Clinton 346/Trump 192
Clinton 318/Trump 220
Clinton 343/Trump 195
Clinton 341/Trump 197

Clinton 325/Trump 213
Clinton 310/Trump 228
Clinton 296/Trump 242
Clinton 295/Trump 245
Clinton 342/Trump 196

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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Posted by on October 25, 2016 in 2016 Election

 

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Latest 2016 Presidential Polls – 08 October 2016 Edition

Donald Trump’s precarious campaign is reeling from a video tape where the GOP nominee makes lewd comments about sexually assaulting women. Republicans are scampering away like rats on the sinking ship, while some are actually defending his comments. At this point, there is little doubt Donald Trump is possibly the most deplorable candidate ever for the office of the Presidency.

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Nationally, Clinton’s lead continues to hold.

FOX News – 03-06 October – Clinton 48/Trump 44
Quinnipiac – 05-06 October 2016 – Clinton 50/Trump 44
Economist/YouGov – 01-07 October – Clinton 48/Trump 43
Reuters/Ipsos – 29 September-03 October – Clinton 44/Trump 37
CBS News – 28 September-02 October – Clinton 49/Trump 43

State polling indicates a much clearer view of how the race is going on the eve of the second Presidential debate.

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In 2012 the electoral map looked very similar with President Obama preparing to defeat Mitt Romney.

electoral-college-obama-romney-09oct12

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.

Clinton 259/Trump 279
Clinton 297/Trump 241
Clinton 283/Trump 255
Clinton 304/Trump 234
Clinton 320/Trump 218

Clinton 309/Trump 229
Clinton 319/Trump 219
Clinton 313/Trump 225
Clinton 329/Trump 209
Clinton 301/Trump 237

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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Posted by on October 8, 2016 in 2016 Election

 

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