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Presidential Election Polls

Discussion in 'American Politics' started by Sojourner1, Dec 23, 2015.

  1. Sojourner1

    Sojourner1 CF Advisory Team, Policy Manager Staff Member Site Advisor Supporter

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    This sticky thread is to post updated presidential election polls. Please do not start individual threads to post any polls.
     
  2. NightHawkeye

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  3. interpreter

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  4. Shempster

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    I love the fact that he does not read from a script given to him by the corporations who gave them millions of dollars.
    The only problem is that it is the uber wealthy who run this county and Trump is one of them. I really think his goal is to grab as much support from the non-religious GOP folks as he can. My proof will be when the debates start and Trump really starts talking crazy. Then Hillary will have it in the bag. Just my opinion but I do think Im right.
     
  5. DaisyDay

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    The debates have already started; they've been going on for a while now.
     
  6. cow451

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    Along with the "crazy talk".
     
  7. cow451

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  8. NightHawkeye

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  9. interpreter

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    Trump's latest performance in the latest debate has increased Trump's lead over Cruz by 8 points. The first poll taken after the debate shows Trump receiving 33% of the Republican votes, while Cruz slipped to 20 % of the votes.
     
  10. mark46

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    http://www.realclearpolitics.com/ep...ire_republican_presidential_primary-3350.html

    Before Iowa, Rubio folks were talking about a 3-2-1 plan/hope by the end of the month. He accomplished 3rd in Iowa, tied for 2nd in delegates, and is now running 2nd in NH.

    BTW, 1/3 of NH voters are undecided. There's a long way to go. And as a reminder, there are more independents than Republicans in NH, and Independents and Democrats can vote in the Republican primary.
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    Trump has lost 9% in the national polls.
     
    Last edited: Feb 4, 2016
  11. Living myfaith

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    Trump has now won nomination in two states. I can't believe this is possible! Why are the Evangelicals being so quiet? We need to wake up and speak up! I cannot believe the polls that are saying the Evangelicals are supporting Trump. How can this be so? A man who insults everyone who doesn't agree with him? How can Evangelicals support someone who holds up a Bible that he says his mother gave him, but can't even say Second Corinthians correctly? Surely we aren't that blind, are we? Everyone who is a Christian needs to speak up and speak out. It has been our tradition to stay quiet; pray and leave it to God. Yes we do need to pray and trust God, but without speaking out, we are not educating others to really listen, research what's being said, not accepting someone who can't state his views clearly and concisely, and think about what kind of person they really want to represent them. People say they are supporting this guy because they want a change, but at what cost?
     
  12. stamperben

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  13. stamperben

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  15. dogs4thewin

    dogs4thewin dog lover Supporter CF Ambassadors

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    You mean you doubt either of them will be elected?
     
  16. Albion

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    The answer is that many Evangelicals want someone who will do right by people of faith. To a lesser extent, they favor someone who considers himself a Christian and is willing to say so in public (which Obama wouldn't do, if you recall).

    The point is that they do not demand the perfect Christian because they're not voting for a pastor but for a political governor. What's more they care about social, economic, and political and Constitutional issues, too, and Trump appears to them to be the one most willing to stand up for these issues as they'd want from a president.
     
  17. cow451

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    To me, the numbers are looking pretty favorable for Trump clinching before the convention or being so close it won't take much to get over the top. I do agree Sanders is swimming upstream.
     
  18. dogs4thewin

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    Swimming upstream?
     
  19. cow451

    cow451 Shaken, Not Stirred Supporter

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    Or walking up the down escalator.
     
  20. dogs4thewin

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    OH as in it is going to be a long shot for him to be president?
     
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