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  • Zogby: Republicans are gaining ground on democrats in the congressional generic

    08/16/2018 6:10:26 PM PDT · by usafa92 · 27 replies
    Zogby ^ | 8/13/2018 | Zogby
    A new nationwide Zogby survey of 1,016 likely voters in the U.S., conducted 8/6/18 to 8/8/18, with a margin of error of +/-3.1%, shows democrats with a slight edge over republicans in the congressional generic, but republicans are catching-up. The Takeaways Republicans are doing much better than they were a few months ago when it comes to the congressional generic. Republicans continue to make big gains with independents, small city voters, and union voters. President Trump is doing well enough among his base-men, older voters age 50+, Walmart Shoppers, NASCAR fans, voters without college degrees, rural voters, small city voters,...
  • Poll (Zogby): Black, Asian, Hispanic support enough to help Trump win re-election

    06/29/2018 5:10:01 PM PDT · by ameribbean expat · 40 replies
    some Asian and Hispanic likely voters think things are going good economically, and are optimistic about their personal finances the next four years,” said Zogby. And Zogby found the same among African Americans. For example, among blacks, only 25 percent said the economy would do well the next four years. But when it came to their personal situation, 46 percent said their finances would be better. The poll analysis added, “A quarter of African Americans say their finances are better off than compared to four years ago and 46 percent think their finances will be better in four years.”
  • 2020: Trump gains on Democrats, Stephen Miller says polls better than in 2016 win

    05/28/2018 4:13:53 PM PDT · by EdnaMode · 76 replies
    Washington Examiner ^ | May 28, 2018 | Paul Bedard
    President Trump has chipped away at big Democratic leads in a key 2020 election survey, and top aide Stephen Miller said that internal polls show the president doing even better than in 2016 when he beat Hillary Rodham Clinton. In the new survey from Zogby Analytics, the gap between leading Democrats including former Vice President Joe Biden and Sens. Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders has tightened, though the Republican still trails considerably. Trump, however, beats rising Democratic star Sen. Kamala Harris by three points. Overall, the data points to Trump making gains with his base and key groups such as...
  • US presidential candidate John McCain now leads slightly in the polls (2008)

    05/10/2018 9:33:59 PM PDT · by conservative98 · 38 replies
    Indiaabroad ^ | Oct 11, 2013 | Wikinews
    United States presidential candidate John McCain now retains a lead over Barack Obama in several polls conducted in the past few days. Both Zogby International and Rasmussen Reports have McCain with a slight, but not statistically significant lead. The most recent Gallup tracking poll has McCain with a statistical lead of 5.0 percent. The Day to Day Politics Poll Average also has a slight, but not statistically significantly lead of 0.4% for McCain. Obama had a 6.0 percent lead in the Day to Day Politics Poll Average after the Democratic National Convention, but now is trailing after the Republican National...
  • Democrats Stonewall Ed Civil Rights Nominee As Anti-Semitism in Schools Rises 94%

    03/05/2018 6:46:12 AM PST · by MarvinStinson · 15 replies
    freebeacon ^ | Elizabeth Harrington March 5, 2018 | Elizabeth Harrington March 5, 2018
    Democratic obstruction in the Senate has left the Department of Education without leadership in its office of civil rights at a time when anti-Semitism has risen by 94 percent in U.S. schools. Kenneth Marcus, the Trump administration's nominee to be assistant secretary for civil rights, has been stalled since Oct. 30. Marcus is the founder and president of the Louis D. Brandeis Center for Human Rights Under Law, a nonprofit dedicated to advancing civil rights of the Jewish people. Marcus was not confirmed out of the Senate HELP committee until last month on a party line vote and now awaits...
  • Zogby: Romney running worse than McCain in '08

    09/16/2012 12:02:47 PM PDT · by Siegfried X · 96 replies
    Newsmax ^ | 9/13/2012 | John Zogby
    Zogby: Romney Running Worse Than McCain in ‘08 Thursday, 13 Sep 2012 06:05 PM President Barack Obama received a surprisingly strong bounce after the Democratic National Convention, and now leads GOP challenger Mitt Romney by nearly 6 points according to a new JZ Analytics poll. The national poll of likely voters shows Obama leading 47.7 percent to 42 percent, and indicates that Romney is not polling well enough among some conservative demographic groups: NASCAR fans, evangelicals, and the so-called “Walmart voters.” According to JZ Analytics pollster John Zogby, Romney is in a somewhat worse position than GOP nominee Sen. John...
  • Michelle Obama For President: If 2020 Dem Primaries Were Today, Ex-First Lady Wins, Poll Shows

    11/01/2017 10:02:31 PM PDT · by 2ndDivisionVet · 54 replies
    The Inquisitr ^ | November 1, 2017 | Bradley Ryder
    If a woman is to finally serve as President of the United States, Michelle Obama has the best chance to make a strong run and win. What is more, according to a new poll, the former first lady would win the Democratic nomination out of a crowded field of possible candidates — even against former Vice President Joe Biden. Michelle Obama for president in 2020 is not confirmed, but according to a Zogby Analytics survey of 682 participants via telephone, Democratic primary voters favor the ex-FLOTUS. Michelle Obama leads with 22 percent among candidates whose names have been floated about...
  • Trump Approval At 45%; Support Among Hispanics, Western And Union Voters Jumps Double Digits

    08/10/2017 7:02:12 PM PDT · by Helicondelta · 12 replies
    Zogby Analytics ^ | 08 August 2017
    The President's approval rating has rebounded somewhat since our July poll. Following a series of disastrous weeks, Trump's approval numbers have moved up slightly, especially among his base and a few other sub-groups not known for their support of the president. On the heels of replacing key White House personnel, Trumps looks for a reset after 200 rather chaotic days in office. Recently, President Trump has talked tough to North Korea and has supported sanctions against the nuclear dictatorship, while also trying to reign in leaks coming out the White House. Trump's biggest support and other improvements came from his...
  • Trump approval rebounds to 45%, surges among Hispanics, union homes, men

    08/08/2017 5:54:55 PM PDT · by HokieMom · 49 replies
    Washington Examiner ^ | Aug 8, 2017 | Paul Bedard
    President Trump is the new "comeback kid," with his approval rating in a new national poll rebounding after a freefall. The latest Zogby Analytics survey, provided to Secrets, gave Trump a 45 percent approval rating, driven by big gains among Hispanics, union households and voters in the West. What's more, said Zogby, more men approve of Trump than don't. "The president's approval rating has rebounded somewhat since our July poll. Following a series of disastrous weeks, Trump's approval numbers have moved up slightly, especially among his base and a few other sub-groups not known for their support of the...
  • Poll: Trump's approval higher than Congress, Schumer, Pelosi, Ryan, McConnell.

    06/18/2017 6:49:25 AM PDT · by gattaca · 11 replies
    Washington Examiner ^ | June 18, 2017 | Paul Bedard
    President Trump has a higher approval rating than virtually every other leader in Washington, a little reported fact that emerged in a new survey of the nation's political officials. According to a Zogby Analytics poll, the president's approval rating is higher than for Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer, House Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi, House Speaker Paul Ryan, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell. It's even better than for Congress. Only Defense Secretary James Mattis has a higher rating than the president, 43 percent to Trump's 41 percent in the Zogby survey. The full approval rating list: President Trump - 41% Defense...
  • Paul Bedard : Shock poll: Hispanic support for Trump increases 55% since election

    05/03/2017 1:41:43 PM PDT · by ameribbean expat · 57 replies
    In its latest survey, Zogby Analytics said that Hispanic support has hit 45 percent, two points higher than the president's generic approval. That is 55 percent higher than the total Latino vote for Trump in the election. He won just 29 percent. "The biggest surprise in this new poll is Trump's approval among Hispanic voters, which is at 45 percent approval/51 percent disapproval. In February the numbers were less among Hispanics at 39 percent approval/53 percent disapproval," said Zogby.
  • Pollster John Zogby sees shades of 2012 race — in reverse; trend could be bad sign for Clinton

    11/06/2016 1:58:30 AM PST · by 11th_VA · 34 replies
    Washington Times ^ | 6 Nov 2016 | Ralph Z Hallow
    Veteran pollster John Zogby sent out an “Uh-oh” alert Saturday night noting that heading into Sunday, two key voting groups that had shifted toward Barack Obama by the Saturday before the 2012 election — and that gave him his landslide victory — were not moving Democrat Hillary Clinton’s way four days before Tuesday’s election. “The two groups were 18-29 year olds and self-identified members of the ‘Creative Class’ were clearly moving in the president’s direction both nationwide and in the battleground states,” he said. But here’s what Mr. Zogby sees as of Saturday night: “After serious doubts expressed among mainstream...
  • Zogby: 5 reasons Hillary can lose, Trump win

    10/31/2016 8:12:30 AM PDT · by Senator Goldwater · 22 replies
    Washington Examiner ^ | 31 OCT 2016 | Paul Bedard
    The FBI's revival of its investigation into Hillary Rodham Clinton's emails has the potential to derail her march to the White House, according to pollster John Zogby. In a new analysis of the campaign's final days, Zogby said that the FBI's decision raises many new hurdles for Clinton and a default path for Donald Trump to cross the finish line first. "The substance and the timing could not possibly be worse for the person who has been deemed the 'inevitable next president,'" said Zogby. His five reasons Clinton could lose and Trump win: 1 - The FBI's decision changes the...
  • Pollster John Zogby thoughts on FBI decision to look at latest Clinton emails

    10/29/2016 3:34:59 PM PDT · by 2ndDivisionVet · 28 replies
    WKTV-TV ^ | October 29, 2016 | Katrina Smith
    FBI Director James Comey's decision to notify Congressional leaders of the reopening of the Hillary Clinton email investigation is a huge story and could prove to be the October surprise folks have been wondering about. Of course, it might turn out to be something that fizzles out or it could even be overshadowed by another Donald Trump outrage. But for now, the substance and the timing could not possibly be worse for the person who has been deemed the "inevitable next President". This story is a very big deal for several reasons. First, it changes the conversation with a little...
  • Pollster John Zogby: Presidential Race Far From Over

    10/22/2016 9:56:30 AM PDT · by MrChips · 60 replies
    Newsmax ^ | 10/22/2016 | John Zogby
    It's still too early to say who will win the presidential election despite several polls and the national polling average tipping the scales toward Democrat Hillary Clinton, pollster John Zogby told Newsmax TV. During an appearance on "America Talks Live," Zogby told host J.D. Hayworth 18 days between now and election day is a long time. "I've been doing this a long, long time and these races go up and down and up and down," Zogby said. "We still have 18 days to go, that means 18, maybe 36 news cycles as well. "You see still a very passionate Donald...
  • Inside the Beltway: Hillary’s campaign: ‘Nothing short of a disaster’

    09/15/2016 5:53:09 PM PDT · by GilGil · 134 replies
    Washington Times ^ | 9/15/2016 | Staff
    The repercussions just keep rolling in: Hillary Clinton’s recent decision to call Donald Trump’s fans a “basketful of deplorables” has turned into “nothing short of a crisis” for the Democratic presidential nominee, says veteran pollster John Zogby. Ah, but it gets worse. “The entire fainting and pneumonia issue is nothing short of a disaster,” he continues, noting that the distress and drama of Mrs. Clinton’s health challenges have prompted voters to ask visceral questions about her truthfulness and judgment.
  • Pollster John Zogby: Obama Voters Are Crossing Over to Trump

    08/23/2016 9:58:46 AM PDT · by 2ndDivisionVet · 62 replies
    NewsMax ^ | August 22, 2016 | Jason Devaney
    A group of voters that once supported President George W. Bush before defecting to back President Barack Obama is once again switching sides and getting behind Donald Trump, pollster John Zogby told Newsmax TV Monday. During an interview on "Newsmax Prime," Zogby told host J.D. Hayworth the race for the White House is "very, very close." "What's very interesting here is that initially, weekly Wal-Mart shoppers who we have been tracking for a decade and a half now, and NASCAR fans, they were solidly with George W. Bush," said Zogby, whose most recent poll has Democrat Hillary Clinton leading Trump...
  • Pow: It's just a 2-point race, Clinton 38%, Trump 36%

    08/16/2016 12:51:52 PM PDT · by GilGil · 190 replies
    Washington Examiner ^ | 8/16/2016 | Paul Bedard
    The convention polling bumps for Democrat Hillary Rodham Clinton and Republican Donald Trump are over, and they are practically even, according to a new poll of likely voters. A Zogby Analytics survey provided to Secrets Tuesday shows: Hillary Clinton 38% Donald Trump 36%
  • Clinton and Trump in Statistical Tie; Trump Has Closed the Gap Among Older Millennials (Zogby)

    08/16/2016 1:14:36 PM PDT · by PJ-Comix · 38 replies
    Zogby Analytics ^ | August 16, 2016 | Zogby
    If the election for President were being held today and the Democratic nominee for President is Hillary Clinton and the Republican nominee for President is Donald Trump; the Libertarian nominee is Gary Johnson and the Green party nominee is Jill Stein for whom would you vote?Hillary Clinton 38% Donald Trump 36% Gary Johnson 8% Jill Stein 5% Not sure 13% *Percentages may not equal 100% due to rounding. The Takeaways: In a new Zogby Analytics online poll conducted August 12-13, +/-2.8% MOE, we asked 1,277 likely voters who they would vote for if the election for President were being held...
  • NEW POLL SHOWS REPUBLICANS THINK DONALD TRUMP IS THE BEST FIT FOR THEIR PARTY

    03/26/2016 9:52:28 AM PDT · by GilGil · 144 replies
    ZogbyAnalytics ^ | 3/25/2016 | Administration
    If the election for President was being held today, and the candidates were Donald Trump and Mitt Romney, for whom would you vote?" We asked the question this way to make it more generic rather than get in to the complexities of an open national Republican convention. 50% of Republicans chose Donald Trump while 37% chose Mitt Romney, and 13% indicated they were unsure. Trump clearly won with males 56/33%. With females, his margin was closer 44/42%. He also carried retired Republicans 59/32%, and won in every age group from 18-65+, including among parents 53/36%. Trump lost among those Republicans...