While all other Latest Presidential Polls 2016 indicating the victory of Clinton over Trump, in national and state polls, the latest USC Dornsife/Los Angeles Times Daybreak poll, broght some good news to the Republican campaign. The latest Presidential Polls 2016 of Daybreak poll are showing that Trump tops Clinton by three points. As of now, Trump dominates Clinton 45% to 42%, well within the poll’s margin of error. On the other hand, a recent Real Clear Politics averages poll suggesting that Clinton dominates Trump by better than five points. As per other Latest Presidential Polls 2016, Clinton is gradually losing domination against Trump, such as Clinton’s lead has been cut down to 5.7 points according to the RealClearPolitics average of polls, which depicted Clinton averaging 47% to Trump’s 41%.
Latest Presidential Polls 2016 swing toward Trump
For the first time in nearly a month, the Manhattan Real Estate Mogul Donald Trump finds himself ahead of former secretary of state Hillary Clinton, as per Latest Presidential Polls 2016 of LA Times poll, published on Saturday, marking a 2 point improvement of Trump.
Surveyors noted that the swing is the result of voting, of a bloc of disaffected voters who have not cast a ballot in recent times, but planning to vote this time. That’s also the primary reason of the significant and consistent differences between other latest Presidential Polls 2016 and Daybreak Presidential polls 2016.
Surveyors of Latest Presidential Polls 2016 suggest that, the number of dissatisfied voters is huge enough to swing the Presidential election 2016 in favor of Donald Trump, offsetting the downward polls results on important issues against Clinton. The group of dissatisfied voters is disproportionately white and non-college graduates, a group consistently found to be among his biggest supporters.
Latest Presidential Polls 2016 of Fox News
A new Fox News Poll is also indicating Trump’s gradual lead over Clinton. The poll shows that Clinton gains 41% to Trump 39%, while Libertarian Gary Johnson gets 9% and Green Party Jill Stein is at 4%.
Clinton leads in the four-way ballot among blacks (+68 points), women (+15), Hispanics (+19).
Trump is favored by whites (+13 points), men (+13), whites without a college degree (+23), and white evangelical Christians (+55).
Independents go for Trump (38 percent) over Clinton (26 percent) and Johnson (20 percent), with Stein trailing (7 percent).
Party unity remains a problem for Trump, as only 74 percent of self-identified Republicans back him, while 81 percent of self-identified Democrats support Clinton.
Trump’s efforts paid off in Latest Presidential Polls 2016
It seems that Trump’s efforts are well paid off, as per Latest Presidential Polls 2016 increment, as he recently trying to get in touch with minority groups of US. He has softened his voice tone in recent campaign events, using a teleprompter at some rallies and made appeals to minority voters.
On Friday in Michigan, he criticized the situation of inner-city blacks, claiming their difficulties as the result of Democratic Policies failure.
“You’re living in poverty, your schools are no good, you have no jobs. Fifty-eight percent of your youth is unemployed. What the hell do you have to lose?”
In another campaign of Michigan he said that, “And at the end of four years, I guarantee you that I will get over 95 percent of the African-American vote. I promise you. Because I will produce.”
“No group in America has been more harmed by Hillary Clinton’s policies than African-Americans. No group. No group.” “
If Hillary Clinton’s goal was to inflict pain on the African-American community, she could not have done a better job. It’s a disgrace. Tonight, I’m asking for the vote of every single African-American citizen in this country who wants to see a better future.”
He also made a meeting with members of his National Hispanic Advicory Council to rebuild the relations with Hispanics, after a fiery rhetoric and public criticism of a Hispanic Judge hearing a case against trump University.
Till now, Trump’s Rhetoric was his worst and first enemy in the US Election 2016, as well as the main reason for his decrement in the Presidential Polls 2016, which seems to overcome by Trump eventually.
“Trump has an opportunity to attract more support by moving off his hardline position on immigration. Nearly half of Johnson and Stein supporters say they’d be more likely to vote for him if he did,” says Democratic pollster Chris Anderson, who conducts the Fox News Poll along with Republican pollster Daron Shaw. “Some of Trump’s supporters will be frustrated if he eases his promise of mass deportations, but they won’t find a more aggressive anti-immigration candidate elsewhere, so they’ll likely stick with him.”
However, nothing can be said surely as predictions are always virtual while Reality is the Truth. Though the dissatisfied voters can cause some headache to Democrat Hillary Clinton, she will surely come up with new ideas to get her positions back.
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