n accordance with an NBC News/SurveyMonkey Poll for Presidential Polls 2016, published yesterday, Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton is now at 45 percent to 40 percent margin over Republican nominee Donald Trump in a four-way matchup, whereas Johnson at 10 percent and Stein at 4 percent.
After the Tuesday results of Presidential Polls 2016, Robby Mook, campaign manager of
Hillary Clinton announced that, “Clinton has many paths to 270 electoral votes, while Donald Trump has very few”.
But if we look at the last week Presidential Polls 2016 results, Trump has a prospective polls results comparing to the last month’s Presidential Polls 2016 results.
Fox News projections also suggested that, according to the recent Presidential Polls 2016, presidential race has narrowed in key battleground states notably. Fox News Electoral Scorecard depicts, in New Hampshire, Colorado and even Minnesota, presidential polls 2016 has been narrowed between Clinton and Trump, in spite of having the aggregate Electoral College benefit.
According to Fox News Projections on Presidential Polls 2016,
- Democratic leaning states, New Hampshire and Colorado are now rated in Presidential Polls 2016 as a neck-to-neck state between Clinton and Trump.
- Solid Democratic State Minnesota is now as a Democratic leaning state in Presidential Polls 2016.
- After being tied up in the recent Presidential Polls 2016, Iowa acts as Republican Leaning state.
Though Clinton had a lead in New Hampshire, her campaign is now in clash with Trump’s campaign to gain the state’s four Electoral College votes only.
In an another Presidential Polls , Trump is ahead of Clinton in Colorado, though some other Presidential Polls shows there is a tie. In case of Electoral college votes, Clinton became unsuccessful to lock the state, though she was snuggly ahead of Trump in that state.
Being the Democr state for last five presidential elections out of six elections, Iowa seems to be more favorable to Trump than most of the other battleground states in recent Presidential Polls 2016.
Same case is also applicable for Minnesota, though it still looks like a Democratic leaning state. But Trump is also making attempts to get a small margin in this state.
Both of the Presidential candidates are now neck-to-neck in North Carolina, Florida, Ohio, Nevada, Georgia and Arizona, in the recent Presidential Polls 2016.
An NBC/Wall Street Journal/Marist College poll, of Presidential Polls , had Trump edging Clinton among likely voters in Arizona, 42 percent to 41 percent.
An Emerson poll , among other Presidential Polls, has Trump leading Clinton in Colorado, 41 percent to 38 percent.
In Nevada, Trump has a 42 percent to 39 percent lead over Clinton, according to a Rasmussen poll., for Presidential Polls.
In Florida, 46 percent support Clinton compared to 41 percent for Trump, in a Monmouth University poll, of Presidential Polls.
Another Presidential Polls 2016 suggests Clinton leads Trump 53 percent to 29 percent in Florida, which has 29 electoral college votes.
Meanwhile, Clinton still manages to cut a margin in Virginia, Michigan, Wisconsin and Pennsylvania, though both candidate have narrowed their points in the latest Presidential Polls.
Without having a win in the battleground states, none of the candidates has gained 270 Electoral votes needed to win the Presidency. Battleground states are holding 108 electoral votes, which are still unsure to whom they are going to favor.
If Clinton wins the ‘solid’ and ‘leaning’ Democratic States, she would have 260 electoral votes.
Besides, Trump would have 170 electoral votes, after winning the ‘solid’ and ‘leaning’ Republican states.
According to other Presidential Polls , huge 27.3 million Hispanics, who are eligible for vote, has become a crucial factor in the Presidential Polls. This because among 27.3 million Hispanics around 12 percent Electorate are formulated in this 2016 Presidential election.
However, in recent USC Dornsife/Los Angeles Times ‘Daybreak’ poll, for Presidential Polls 2016, Clinton tops Trump among Hispanics by 55 percent to 33 percent.
Amidst all of these intense presidential polls 2016 results’, the former President from Republican party, George HW Bush made a rebuke about Trump. He said, on Monday, that he will vote for Hillary Clinton in November 8 Election.
This staggering news comes before just 49 days from the election and less than a week before Clinton and Trump’s series of presidential debate.
Trump’s campaign manager, Kellyanne Conway reacted that, she respects “the 92-year-old former president very much and his decision.”
“It is ironic that he would vote for the wife of the man who knocked him out of the race,” she added on “Erin Burnett OutFront.” “But look, this was a bruising primary … so I know there are a lot of hurt feelings there.”
Bush family representatives declined to respond publicly.
“The vote President Bush will cast as a private citizen in some 50 days will be just that: a private vote cast in some 50 days. He is not commenting on the presidential race in the interim,” Bush spokesman Jim McGrath said in a statement.
It’s really being uncertain to say something for sure next Presidential Polls.
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