Presidential Election 2016 results: Clinton Has Secured Victory as par Presidential Polls 2016
Most two agitated issues of Trump’s, his behavior for women and unwillingness to accept the Presidential Election 2016 results, has secured Clinton’s position in the Presidential Polls 2016 by double-digits.
An ABC News 2016 Election Tracking poll surveyed among likely voters on different issues. On national Presidential Polls 2016 showed that Clinton is leading over Trump by 12 percentage, which is her highest in the ABC News 2016 Presidential Election Tracking polls to date and vice versa for Trump.
The first and most important issue, Trump’s reactions about his behavior of women, has swiped away a great support from the voters. A huge 69-24 percent denied the Trump’s responses regarding this issue.
The second most devastating issue is the rejection declaration of Trump, where he said, actually claimed that, hence the Presidential Election 2016 is ‘rigged’ he would not accept the results unless he wins the Presidency. 59-65 percent likely voters reject this reaction in the Presidential polls 2016.
Since mid-October, Trump has lost 12-points among his supporter and 7 points among registered likely voters. Most of them are saying that they would like to have a different GOP nominee.
Noticeable changes also have been found among different groups in the Presidential Polls 2016, as follows,
Clinton has gained 12 percentage points over Trump among non-college-educated white women and 20 percentage points among women.
College-educated white women disapproved Trump’s reply to the question about his sexual conduct by 76 percent disapprove and 67 percent strongly disagree with him. Well, that has led to 32 points lead of Clinton in the Presidential Polls 2016. And also that is the double comparing to the previous Presidential Polls 2016 on college educated white women.
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Overall, Trump is just 4 points ahead among whites, which was 20 points in 2012 for Mitt Romney. Whereas reliably Democratic Group, nonwhites put Clinton 54 points ahead in the Presidential Polls 2016, 68-14 percent.
However, Clinton’s handling her e-mails issues while secretary of state is also disapproved by 59 percent of likely voters, where 31 percent were Democrats, 65 percent were independent and 84 percent were Republicans. Presidential Election 2016 results get update here
Presidential Election 2016 results update: On the other hand, Trump’s misconduct issue was strongly disapproved by 45 percent overall. And Trump’s claim of ‘rigged’ Presidential election 2016 got disapproved by 23 percent Republicans, 57 percent independents and 91 percent among Democrats. They think that he is making an early excuse for the loss in the Presidential Election 2016.
34 percent disapprove the refusal of Trump regarding accepting the Presidential Election 2016 results. 65 percent independents, 91 percent Democrats and 65 percent overall.
The result of the ABC News 2016 Presidential Election Tracking polls is effect of a series of incidents, Trump’s crude description of sexual advances toward women, disaffirmation of sexually assaulting women by Trump, refusal to accept the Presidential Election 2016 results unless he wins and the Final Debate performance, where 52-29 percent say Clinton won in the Presidential Polls 2016.
This inaugural 2016 ABC News tracking poll, produced for ABC by Langer Research Associates, was conducted Thursday through Saturday among 1,391 adults, including 874 likely voters. This is the first in what will be daily ABC News tracking poll reports from now to Election Day. The Washington Post will join ABC’s tracking survey later this week.
This ABC News poll was conducted by landline and cellular telephone Oct. 20-22, 2016, in English and Spanish, among a random national sample of 874 likely voters. Results have a margin of sampling error of 3.5 points, including the design effect. Partisan divisions are 36-27-31 percent, Democrats-Republicans-independents.
The survey was produced for ABC News by Langer Research Associates of New York, N.Y., with sampling, Presidential Election 2016 results data collection and tabulation by Abt-SRBI of New York, N.Y.