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    Fox News Poll Shows Hillary With Double Digit Lead Over Trump

    Fox News Poll Shows Hillary With Double Digit Lead Over Trump


    You see, this is the problem with having a campaign predicated on the fact that you’re leading in all the polls — when polling data turns unfavorable, your alleged mandate dissipates.

    A new poll released by Fox News shows Hillary with a double-digit lead over The Donald. Hillary might me the least trusted presidential candidate in history, but she’s still crushing Trump (if data is accurate, of course).

    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 whole Khan family kerfuffle was viewed unfavorably by just about everyone polled:

    And Trump himself seems to recognize he maintains the maturity of a first grader:

    So the Fox News poll is an outlier, right? Not quite. Yet another poll released by Reuters today shows Hillary eight points ahead.


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    Trump had 8000 people in Daytona and 15000 in Jacksonville. Both on same day.

    Hillary 300 in a high school event and tgen cancelled another event when nobody showed up.

    Yeah those 2012 turn out models are looking good.

    Tonigbt Bravo watch what happens live conducted another text-in voter poll. Results Trump 62% and Hillary 38%

      The existence if hardcore Trump followers was never in doubt. What’s in doubt is his ability to appeal to anyone else. So, yes, he will turn out a few thousand people here and there. If you are selling timeshares or pitching a reality TV show it’s all you need.
      Hillary is the opposite. Very few true believers are dedicated to her. Obama was able to overcome her apparatus eight years ago. This time she only had a washe-out challenger who is not even a Democrat. Yet she will turn out disciplined voters who vote for any D and despise Trump.

      Justin Bieber used to draw really yuge crowds too. YUGE!

      Bieber-Kardashian 2016!

      “…another text-in voter poll.”

      Sounds legit.

    NavyMustang | August 4, 2016 at 2:40 am

    After some of the poll fiascos of the past few years, I am not a big believer in them. I think they are marketing tools rather than true reflections of the elecorate.

    Anyway, check this out:

    and this:

    I am no fan of Trump, but I will vote for him. I think there are a lot more of me out there than anyone realizes.

    I just held a poll today. According to my data, Trump is ahead 25 points. (Don’t worry: my poll has an accuracy of +/- only 1%.)

    So everyone calm down, and support our candidate, and stop feeding into the democrat strategy (and Fox news GOPe strategy) of influencing our party.

    The GOPe might be dumb enough to take advice from the democrats, but most of us here are not.

    mailman | August 4, 2016 at 4:15 am

    That’s why Clinton has been packing out her town halls isn’t it? 🙂

    What is noticeable is just how empty and how small her campaign trail town halls have been.


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