Presidential Debate Polls
Presidential Debate Polls: Again the post-convention results are prevailing in the latest Presidential Polls 2016, where Clinton had double digit percent to win the presidency.
Democratic presidential nominee, Hillary Clinton is now at 87 percent to Republican Presidential nominee, Trump, to win the presidency in the Presidential polls 2016, taken after the second Presidential Debate 2016.
Real Clear Politics latest polling averages shows that Clinton is leading in the latest presidential polls 2016, taken from Sept. 28 to Oct. 9, by 5.1 percent nationally.
It’s not new that ‘Trump’ is always the cause of great trouble for Trump. Release of the tape of Republican Presidential nominee Trump’s sexually aggressive comments about women in 2005, caused the flip-flop results in latest Presidential Debate Polls.
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However, Clinton is also leading, in NBC News/Wall Street Journal pollster, over Trump by 11 points. This poll has been directed fro Oct. 8 to Oct. 9, before 2nd presidential debates 2016. In a four-way match-up, Clinton has 46 percent supports comparison to Trump’s 35 percent among likely voters.
Though voters are divided on the influence of the tape of the Trump’s reaction over kissing and touching women’s bodies without their consent, Republicans are also divided in their own supports for Trump.
But after Sunday’s debate, Republican’s depicted more support for Trump as their qualified choice for the Presidential Election 2016. Nearly 67 percent support before debate, Trump is now received 74 percent support from Republicans.
On the other hand, only the Gravis Poll showed that both of the candidates are tied in the Presidential polls conducted Oct. 3, where they both are at 44 percent.
In case of Presidential Polls 2016 by state, Florida and Ohio are now in the Clinton’s camp. Clinton is leading in the 10 key states in the latest presidential Polls 2016 according to Fivethirtyeight pollster. Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, North Carolina, Colorado, Michigan, Minnesota, Virginia and Arizona also put Clinton ahead of Trump in others presidential polls 2016. Before Presidential debates 2016, Clinton was perceived to have 46 percent popular vote and 273 electoral delegates in the Presidential Debate Polls, whereas Trump was at 45 percent and 265 electoral votes.
However, Clinton is now at 49 percent of popular vote and 337 electoral votes to Trump’s 43 percent of popular vote and 200.6 electoral votes in the Presidential Debates 2016.
Though the rating of Trump in the latest presidential polls 2016 improved slightly, his favorability did not improve at all. His favorability rating now stands at 30 percent positive, 63 percent negative. That’s compared to 29 percent positive and 63 percent negative before the debate.
Most interestingly fewer people also conveyed that Trump’s comments about women are unacceptable but those are also typical comments by almost all men in the world!
Early voting has also started in some states and this presidential polls 2016 results’ may cause a effect on the election.