2016 Election Polls: Clinton vs. Trump

Undoubtedly the party conventions have shifted the presidential 2016 Election Polls significantly toward Clinton. Trump’s own words goes against him in context of some recent activities. It seems that in this 2016 Election Polls “Clinton vs. Trump” debate Trump himself gave away some points by his harsh words in some sensitive issues. Such as being in a strife with a slain Muslim-American soldier died in an action in Iraq, blundering about Veteran’s right, Provoking speech to Mexican-American and last of all others his recent conflict with a Federal judge concerning his nonfunctional Trump’s University.

Clinton vs. Trump according to 2016 Election Polls

2016 Election Polls “Clinton vs. Trump” has become the new talk in the entire nation as the national polls as well as state polls published few hours earlier. The national polling average has put Clinton ahead of Trump by 7%. As the main rival party is now Democrat Clinton and Republican Trump the National polls has become now the 2016 Election Polls is “Clinton vs. Trump” Polls. The Upshot Forecast is depicting that Clinton has an 84% chance to win the presidency if they held today. Using the Huffington Post’s polling database the national polling average show that polls started from July 29 — August 8 are used to show this result. Polls conducted more recently and polls with a larger sample size are given greater weight in computing the averages, and polls with partisan sponsors are excluded

Live phone polls are used in Manmouth University Polls, Washington post Polls, IBD polls, Marist Polls, NBC news polls, Fox News polls etc. An interviewer asks questions of a respondent by telephone. Most telephone polls conducted by live interviewers combining both landlines and cellphones. But it seems that half of the U.S. households could not take part in this 2016 Election Polls as they do not have a landline. In spite of that still Clinton is on margin of 13, 7, 7, 15, 9, and 10 respectively than Trump in these polls.

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