11/5: Final Push: Clinton and Trump Close Nationally

Going into this last weekend before Election Day, Democrat Hillary Clinton, 44%, and Republican Donald Trump, 43%, are in a fierce battle among likely voters nationally including those who are undecided yet leaning toward a candidate or who have already voted.  Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson has the support of 6%, and Jill Stein of the […]

11/4: AZ: Trump Up by 5 Points … GA: Trump and Clinton Competitive … TX: Trump Leads by 9 Points

In Arizona, Republican Donald Trump, 45%, leads Democrat Hillary Clinton, 40%, by 5 points among likely voters statewide including those who are undecided yet leaning toward a candidate or who have already voted.  Nine percent support Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson, and 3% are for Green Party candidate Jill Stein.  Two percent support another candidate, and […]

10/30: Florida: Trump and Clinton Competitive … North Carolina: Clinton Leads by 6 Points

In Florida, Democrat Hillary Clinton, 45%, and Republican Donald Trump, 44%, are in a fierce battle among likely voters statewide including those who are undecided yet leaning toward a candidate or who have already voted.  Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson receives 5% while Green Party candidate Jill Stein has 2%.  Three percent of Florida likely voters […]

10/27: Nevada: Clinton and Trump Tied … New Hampshire: Clinton Opens up Lead

With less than two weeks to go until Election Day, Democrat Hillary Clinton and Republican Donald Trump are tied at 43% among Nevada likely voters including those who are undecided yet leaning toward a candidate or who have already voted.  In this multi-candidate field, Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson receives 10%.  Three percent support another candidate, […]

10/14: NC: Clinton Edges Trump… OH: Clinton and Trump Competitive

In North Carolina, Democrat Hillary Clinton, 45%, has a 4-point edge over Republican Donald Trump, 41%, among likely voters statewide including those who are undecided yet leaning toward a candidate or who have already voted.  Libertarian Gary Johnson has the support of 9%.  Two percent support someone else, and 3% are undecided.  Of note, in […]

10/9: Florida: Clinton and Trump Competitive

In a poll completed before Hurricane Matthew affected Florida, just 3 points separate Democrat Hillary Clinton, 45%, and Republican Donald Trump, 42%, among likely voters statewide including those who are undecided yet leaning toward a candidate or who have already voted.  Support for Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson, 5%, or for Green Party candidate Jill Stein, […]

10/9: Pennsylvania: Clinton Leads Trump

In the battle for the White House, Democrat Hillary Clinton is well-positioned to carry Pennsylvania’s 20 electoral votes.  Among likely voters statewide including those who are undecided yet leaning toward a candidate or have already voted, Clinton, 49%, leads Republican Donald Trump, 37%, by 12 points.  Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson has 6% while Green Party […]

9/26: Clinton Outdistances Trump in New York Before “Reality TV Debate”

There are just hours to go until the first presidential debate which New Yorkers expect to be more like reality television than an informative discussion.  In the contest, Democrats Hillary Clinton and Tim Kaine, 57%, lead their Republican rivals Donald Trump and Mike Pence, 33%, by 24 points among likely voters statewide including those who […]

9/23: Clinton Leads Trump by 7 Points Nationally

With just days until the first presidential debate, Democrats Hillary Clinton and Tim Kaine lead Republicans Donald Trump and Mike Pence by 7 points among likely voters nationally including those who are undecided yet leaning toward a candidate.  Eight percent of likely voters say they do not support either Clinton or Trump, and 1% report […]

9/11: Trump and Clinton in Close Contests in Arizona, Georgia, Nevada, and New Hampshire

With a combined 37 electoral votes hanging in the balance in Arizona, Georgia, Nevada, and New Hampshire, Democrats Hillary Clinton and Tim Kaine and Republicans Donald Trump and Mike Pence are highly competitive among likely voters in each state including voters who are undecided yet leaning toward a candidate.  This is in contrast with 2012 […]