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  • Majority of Americans trust the media more than Trump: poll (Fake Headline barf)

    When it boils down to matters of trust, a majority of Americans say they trust the media more than President Trump, according to a new poll. The Quinnipiac University poll, released on Wednesday, asked participants if the media or Trump "tell you the truth about important issues." The survey said that 52% of voters trust the media, with only 37% saying they trusted Trump more. Among Democrat voters, 86% said they were more inclined to believe the media than the president, while 78% of Republican voters said that Trump tells them the truth, not the media, according to the poll.
  • PPP Poll: Americans Now Evenly Divided on Impeaching Trump

    02/10/2017 8:57:42 AM PST · by SeekAndFind · 66 replies
    PPP's new national poll finds that Donald Trump's popularity as President has declined precipitously just over the last two weeks. On our first poll of his Presidency voters were evenly divided on Trump, with 44% approving of him and 44% also disapproving. Now his approval rating is 43%, while his disapproval has gone all the way up to 53%. If voters could choose they'd rather have both Barack Obama (52/44) or Hillary Clinton (49/45) instead of Trump.Just three weeks into his administration, voters are already evenly divided on the issue of impeaching Trump with 46% in favor and 46% opposed....
  • CBS poll: Two-thirds of Democrats say Islam and Christianity are equally violent

    02/06/2017 2:06:26 PM PST · by heterosupremacist · 46 replies ^ | 02/06/2017 | Robert Spencer
    Almost seven out 10 Democrats believe Islam “encourages violence… about the same as other religions,” according to a new CBS poll. The trusting attitude towards Islam is revealed in the February 2017 poll follows 17 tumultuous years of attacks against Americans motivated or shaped by Islamic ideology throughout the United States—from the 9/11 atrocity to the Pulse nightclub attack in Florida committed by an observant, orthodox Muslim man from a Muslim family. Merely one-in-seven Democrats believe that Islam is more violent than other religions, such as Christianity, Mormonism, Judaism, and Buddhism. One-in-ten Democrats believe that Islam is less violent that...
  • First Trump approval rating lags behind past presidents [CNN fakenews]

    02/04/2017 8:27:22 AM PST · by Olog-hai · 22 replies
    Clinton News Network ^ | 4:21 PM ET, Fri February 3, 2017 | Jennifer Agiesta, CNN Polling Director
    It’s been two weeks since Donald Trump’s inauguration, and the new President's work so far hasn’t impressed the American people. A majority, 53%, disapprove of the way the President is handling his job, according to a new CNN/ORC poll, marking the highest disapproval for a new elected president since polls began tracking those results. Trump is the only President to hold a net-negative rating this early in his tenure. […] Trump’s high disapproval most clearly differentiates his ratings from those of his predecessors. While Ronald Reagan’s first approval rating measure of 51% from Gallup in 1981 was not that far...
  • Clinton-Trump A Tossup With 3 Days Left — IBD/TIPP Poll Locked at 44 three Days in a Row

    11/05/2016 3:15:52 AM PDT · by FlyingFish · 41 replies
    IBD ^ | November 5, 2016 | IBD
    Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump remained all tied for the fourth straight day, 44% to 44%, despite continuing revelations surrounding the FBI's investigation into Clinton's emails and a possible "pay for play" scandal at the family Clinton Foundation, according to the latest IBD/TIPP presidential tracking poll. Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson gets 5% in the poll, while Green Party standard-bearer Jill Stein remains stuck at 2%. In a head-to-head matchup excluding the third-party candidates, Hillary leads Trump 46% to 43.4%. A day earlier, Clinton stood at 45% to Trump's 43.8%. With just three days until Election Day, Clinton holds a 44.2%...
  • Clinton's Lead Narrows to 4 Points, Wider Majority Expects Her to Win (POLL)

    10/28/2016 4:38:07 AM PDT · by usafa92 · 64 replies
    ABC News/Washington Compost ^ | 10/28/2016 | ABC News/Washington Compost
    Presidential preferences have narrowed in the ABC News/Washington Post tracking poll -- but not expectations of the outcome. Fifty-nine percent of likely voters polled say they expect Hillary Clinton to win the election, essentially the same was it was in early September. That includes nearly all of her own supporters and a fifth of Donald Trump’s. There are vast divisions, as well, on the question of vote fraud: More than nine in 10 Clinton supporters think votes nationally will be counted accurately; just 50 percent of Trump’s agree. And 70 percent of Trump backers think voter fraud is common. A...
  • Dems would deliver blistering defeat to Trump in Nov.: Clinton would win by 13 & Sanders by 18

    03/09/2016 8:04:09 PM PST · by 2ndDivisionVet · 85 replies
    Daily Mail ^ | March 9, 2016 | Francesca Chambers, White House corrspondent
    Democrats will take the White House in November if Donald Trump is the GOP nominee, yet another poll has found. Regardless of whether Democrats put up Hillary Clinton or Bernie Sanders against Trump, the incumbent party comes out on top in NBC and the Wall Street Journal's latest survey. Clinton would beat him by 13 points, 51 to 38. Sanders would fare even better and win with 55 percent of the vote to the billionaire's 37 percent - a blistering defeat for Trump of 18 points......
  • Yet Another poll suggests Trump will lose to Clinton in a general election

    03/09/2016 1:56:08 PM PST · by SeekAndFind · 148 replies
    Hotair ^ | 03/09/2016 | John Sexton
    Earlier today Ed Morrissey wrote about a new NBC/WSJ poll showing Donald Trump could lose to Hillary Clinton by double digits in a general election. An ABC/Washington Post poll also published today has similar findings: Should this matchup come about, the current advantage is Clinton’s. She leads Trump by 50-41 percent in vote preference among registered voters, her widest advantage in three ABC/Post polls since September. Among all adults, including those currently not registered, Clinton’s lead swells to 54-36 percent. And the public by 59-36 percent predicts that Clinton would win — up from a 12-point gap on this...
  • Attacks On Trump Didn't Slow Him Down In The Primaries. America's Another Story [64% NEGATIVE]

    03/09/2016 7:38:17 PM PST · by Steelfish · 82 replies
    LATimes ^ | March 08, 2016 | avid Lauter
    Attacks On Trump Didn't Slow Him Down In The Primaries. America's Another Story By David Lauter Last night, after his triumphs in more GOP primaries, Donald Trump reveled in the ineffectiveness of the attacks against him. “I don’t think I’ve ever had so many horrible, horrible things said about me in one week … but that’s OK,” Trump said in his news conference from his Trump National Golf Club in Jupiter, Fla. “I want to thank the special interests and the lobbyists, because they obviously did something to drive these numbers.” There's no question that he's right about the primaries...
  • Fox News Poll: Kasich ahead in Ohio (Kasich 34, Trump 29)

    03/09/2016 3:01:49 PM PST · by NYRepublican72 · 70 replies
    Fox News ^ | 3/9/2016 | Dana Blanton
    Ohio Governor John Kasich bests Donald Trump among Buckeye Republicans by a 34 to 29 percent margin. Ted Cruz is third with 19 percent. Marco Rubio trails with just 7 percent. That’s according to a new Fox News poll of Ohio likely Republican primary voters. The governor’s edge is within the poll’s margin of sampling error. Kasich is bolstered by positive evaluations of his job performance as governor. He has a sky high 79 percent approval rating among the Ohio party faithful.
  • Latest NBC/WSJ poll: Clinton, Sanders demolish Trump in general election

    03/09/2016 10:12:46 AM PST · by SeekAndFind · 140 replies
    Hotair ^ | 03/09/2016 | Ed Morrissey
    Last night, Donald Trump called on Republicans to unite behind him and declared that only he could defeat Hillary Clinton. A new NBC/WSJ poll out this morning disputes that claim — although the general election is still a long way off. Trump loses to both Hillary and Bernie Sanders by double-digit margins in this sample of 1200 registered voters, but Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz look much more competitive: Hillary Clinton or Bernie Sanders would handily defeat Donald Trump in a general election match-up, while a clash between Clinton and Texas Sen. Ted Cruz or Florida Sen. Marco Rubio...
  • Poll: Clinton would easily beat Trump

    03/09/2016 10:18:44 AM PST · by HomerBohn · 112 replies
    The Hill ^ | 3/9/2016 | Jesse Barnes
    Clinton would edge out Trump by 13 points in a one-on-one vote, 51 percent to 38 percent, in the latest NBC News/Wall Street Journal survey. Trump, the controversial GOP front-runner, would lose even more soundly to Bernie Sanders should the Independent Vermont senator secure the Democratic nomination. Sanders bests Trump by 18 points, 55 to 37 percent. Sanders picked up a surprise win over Clinton in Michigan on Tuesday, though Clinton expanded her overall delegate lead. By comparison, Trump's rivals Sens. Marco Rubio(D-Fla.) and Ted Cruz (Texas) both fare better against the Democratic front-runner in the latest polling. Cruz and...
  • Surprise trump falls behind Cruz

    02/17/2016 6:51:20 PM PST · by lonestar67 · 21 replies
    NBC News ^ | Feb 17, 2016 | Nbc
    Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump has fallen behind Ted Cruz in the national GOP horserace, according to a brand-new NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll.
  • For what it’s worth: Trump 32, Cruz 26, Rubio 20, Bush 10 in private poll of South Carolina

    02/12/2016 4:48:29 AM PST · by St_Thomas_Aquinas · 151 replies
    HotAir ^ | 2/11/16 | ALLAHPUNDIT
    So says Bill Kristol, citing "a political operative whom I've known a long time and whose integrity I trust" and who's currently working with an organization, presumably a Super PAC, in SC. Is this data credible? Well, when we're bearing down on a key vote and we're starving for numbers in a state that hasn't been surveyed by a major pollster in three weeks, let's just say it's credible enough for a post: Here's what the pollster found: Trump 32 Cruz 26 Rubio 20 Bush 10 Carson 7 Kasich 2 Rich Lowry is hearing of similar numbers in another private...

    12/12/2015 2:39:29 PM PST · by Jet Jaguar · 446 replies ^ | Dec 12, 2015 | Drudge
  • Oh yes: Romney leads Trump 31/15 in New Hampshire poll

    11/23/2015 10:31:09 AM PST · by Signalman · 27 replies
    Hot Air ^ | 11/23/2015 | AllahPundit
    Given that the deadline to file for the New Hampshire ballot was three days ago, I’m not sure why the Globe felt this was necessary. Maybe they wanted to show people how soft Trump’s support in the state really is, despite all of the polls there showing him leading? If so, it would have been nice to make that point when Romney was still viable as a potential candidate. Right now, looking at Rubio’s relative weakness in New Hampshire, I’ll bet a lot of establishmentarians who are worried about Trumpmentum would think hard about Romney 3.0 as a last-ditch bid...
  • N.H. primary poll puts non-candidate Romney first

    11/21/2015 10:28:19 PM PST · by 2ndDivisionVet · 40 replies
    The Boston Globe ^ | November 21, 2015 | James Pindell
    For Republicans fearful of Donald Trump becoming their party’s presidential nominee, a new Suffolk University/Boston Globe poll of likely New Hampshire Republican primary voters offers a three-word solution: Willard Mitt Romney. If the former Massachusetts governor were added to the mix of the 14 other Republican candidates running in the Feb. 9 first-in-the-nation presidential primary, New Hampshire voters would, if the election were held now, give him a 2-to-1 win over Trump, the leader of the field. Romney, who said as recently as last week that he is not interested in running, did not file for the New Hampshire primary...
  • Donald Trump Widely Disliked Among Latinos, New Poll Shows

    08/03/2015 7:56:45 AM PDT · by jimbo123 · 46 replies
    Time ^ | 8/3/16 | Sam Frizell
    A large majority of Latinos view Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump negatively, according to a new poll, and more than half believe his recent comments about Mexican immigrants were racist and inappropriate. Trump, who is leading the Republican field in polls ahead of the first debate this week, has drawn both headlines and scorn for his incendiary comments about Mexicans and immigrants, saying during his announcement speech in June that Mexico is “sending people that have lots of problems… They are bringing crime. They’re rapists.” A survey of 250 Latinos found that 75% view the television star and real estate...
  • Poll: 62 percent support pathway to citizenship for illegals

    06/10/2014 12:21:03 PM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 37 replies
    Politico ^ | 06/10/2014 | By SEUNG MIN KIM
    More than 60 percent of Americans back a pathway to citizenship for immigrants living here illegally — winning support from majorities of Democrats, Republicans and independents, according to a sweeping new poll to be released Tuesday. When it comes to undocumented immigrants, 62 percent of Americans believe they should be allowed to gain citizenship if they meet certain requirements, while 17 percent would support green cards but not citizenship for them. Meanwhile, 19 percent think the undocumented immigrants should be deported. Split down by party, 70 percent of Democrats, 61 percent of political independents and 51 percent of Republicans said...
  • Poll shows that Tea Partiers really like…John Boehner and Mitch McConnell?

    07/31/2013 5:44:09 PM PDT · by The Old Hoosier · 21 replies
    Conservative Intel ^ | 7/31/13 | David Freddoso
    The Pew Center has some really neat stuff in its new poll of Republican voters — including this particular chart showing the favorability ratings among some major Republican figures. There are a few surprises about the potential presidential candidates. One thing that surprises me is that Rand Paul has such low negatives overall, especially after he’s been putting himself out there so much lately and shamelessly running for the presidency. Another is that Chris Christie is liked about as much by Tea Party types as he is by mainline Republicans — although the former are more likely to view him...