Recent 2016 Presidential polls, published Tuesday by the Washington Post-SurveyMonkey Poll, depict that 2016 US Election Map, of both major parties, could be reshuffled after the evenet on November 8. This because, Democrat Hillary are possessing some usual areas where Republican traditionally wins. On the Contrast, Republican Trump are making appeal in the Democrating leaing states.
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According to RealClearPolitics average of polls, nationally Democrat Clinton is ahead of Republican, in the Latest 2016 Presidential Polls. Clinton tops Trump b 3.3 points, though the point was up to 10% after bothe parties convention, one month ago.
Meanwhile, Trump leads Clinton by two points, 45-43, in a matchup among 4 candidates, in a CNN/ORC poll of registered voters. And by FiveThirtyEight model, for 2016 Presidential Polls, Trump possesses 30.4% to 32.5% chances of winning the US Election 2016, based on recent polling data, the economy and Historical data.
Trump and Clinton are about even in six other states, while CLinton tops Trump in 31 of the 50 states. Analysts are saying that female voters are with college degrees, are backing Clinton to be the winner of US election 2016.
2016 Presidential Polls by State
In accordance with current 2016 Presidential Polls standings, Clinton tops by 4% points or more in 20 states and the District of Columbia, whereas Trump is also ahead by 4% points in 20 states. But the main difference is, in this percentage, on the basis of Electoral votes needed to win US Election 2016.
Clinton managed 244 electoral votes, out of 270 votes, from 20 states and the District of Columbia to win the Presidency, while Trump managed 126 electoral votes in 20 States. This result is based on the matchup between the two main nominee. Neither both major party could not make up 168 electoral votes from 10 states, where they even could not hold a lead of at least 4 points. Trump is also losing his friendly area Missippi by two points.
This become more confined when there is a 4-party match up, Libertarian nominee Gary Johnson and Green Party nominee Jill Stein are added, with more states, depicting that neither major party nominne grasp a lead by at least 4 points.
Trump is having a few advantage in Ohio and Iowa and is in vicinal race in Wisconsis, Pennsylvania and Michigan, while facing trouble in some Republican leaning states, Arizona, Georgia and texas. Both nominee tied in the georgia, whereas in Arizona and Texas Clinton tops by 1 point.
2016 Presidential Polls on Who will be the President, indicated that 90% Democrats are supporting Clinton in 32 states. On the contrary, Trump has supporters in only 13states, with 90% or more Republicans.
The Presidential Race 2016 is also close in Colorado, Florida and North Carolina. Trump is also lag behind by 22 point in his own home state New York and in neighboring Connecticut by 12 points, from Clinton.
Recent polls are conducted among 74,886 registered, from August 9 to September 1, 2016.
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