Monday, October 24, 2016


The IBD/TIPP poll results continue to show a much closer race than most other nationwide polls. Only the Rasmussen poll shows Trump ahead in a four-way contest (by two points). The Real Clear Politics average has Clinton up by 5.9 points. And Clinton leads by an average 5.8 points in the latest two-way matchup polls.

Clinton has the support of 75% of Democrats and 12% of Republicans nationally. Trump gets 77% of the GOP vote and 16% of Democrats. He still holds a small lead among voters not affiliated with either major party.

Unaffiliateds (79%) remain less certain of their vote than Republicans (93%) and Democrats (91%)....

As Cassandra Fairbanks reported at Subverse, A new poll has revealed that most Americans disagree with the FBI’s decision not to file criminal charges against Hillary Clinton — that means more people want to see the candidate behind bars than behind a desk in the oval office.

...Of 1,000 voters polled by Rasmussen Reports on October 18 and 19; 65% believe that Clinton broke the law with her use of a private server — and 53% believe that the FBI should have filed criminal charges.