Poll of UT Austin Students — Clinton holds on to Big Lead

I conducted an online poll of UT Austin students from October 26 to 31, with sample size of 520 randomly selected students and margin of error of ~4.28%.

*Note: 4 days of the poll were conducted after the FBI Director James Comey’s “October Surprise” letter to congress. There’s no hard evidence that this renewal of the Clinton email scandal is the reason for Trump’s rise, but it could be posited.


Top line findings are:

In the 2-way race for President:

Clinton: 72%
Trump: 16% 
Undecided: 6%
Other: 6%

In the 5-way race for President:

Clinton: 65%
Trump: 12%
Johnson: 8%
Stein: 3%
McMullin: 2%
Undecided: 7%
Other: 3%

Among the 65% of students who identify as Democrat…

Clinton: 92%
Trump: 3%
Other: 3%
Undecided: 2%

Among the 24% of students who identify as Republican…

Clinton: 24%
Trump: 54%
Other: 9%
Undecided: 13%

Among the 11% of students who identify as Independent…

Clinton: 56%
Trump: 9%
Other: 16%
Undecided: 19%


And here is a dump of graphics for you to use on other rates of support among males, females, black voters, hispanic voters, etc..

5-way race among different race groups:

5-way race among different gender groups:

2-way race among different gender groups:

5-way race among different gender groups: