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  Google Consumer Surveys 50-state breakdown (search mode)
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StatesPoll
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« on: September 12, 2016, 12:50:53 pm »


I like Pennsylvania results!
Pennsylvania: Google Consumer Surveys, 8/31-9/6, 808 LV
http://projects.fivethirtyeight.com/2016-election-forecast/pennsylvania/#plus
TRUMP 35% | Hillary 33% | Johnson 11%
(Liberal hero, Nate Silver adjusted it as TRUMP +2%)
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« Reply #1 on: September 13, 2016, 01:36:45 am »


I like Pennsylvania results!
Pennsylvania: Google Consumer Surveys, 8/31-9/6, 808 LV
http://projects.fivethirtyeight.com/2016-election-forecast/pennsylvania/#plus
TRUMP 35% | Hillary 33% | Johnson 11%
(Liberal hero, Nate Silver adjusted it as TRUMP +2%)
Then surely you also like Clinton +12 in WI...?

Why not?

PA ( 20 ) - WI (10) = +10  ♬
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« Reply #2 on: September 13, 2016, 12:00:05 pm »

Junk. Trump isn't ahead ten points in NM.

why you exaggerate TRUMP's leads in New Mexico?
New Mexico: Aug. 31-Sep. 6  Google Consumer Surveys, 215 LV
TRUMP 30% | Hillary 27% | Johnson 18%
and your liberal hero Nate Silver adjusted as +3% (same as results.)
Wink
http://projects.fivethirtyeight.com/2016-election-forecast/new-mexico/#plus
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« Reply #3 on: September 22, 2016, 02:32:25 am »

 Google Consumer Surverys  9/14-9/20

https://datastudio.google.com/u/0/#/org//reporting/0B29GVb5ISrT0TGk1TW5tVF9Ed2M/page/GsS


1. Florida, 9/14-9/20, 1125 LV   
TRUMP 43.12% | Hillary 30.25% | Johnson 8.07%
2. Georgia, 9/14-9/20, 543 LV   
TRUMP 44.88% | Hillary 30.02% | Johnson 6.65%
3. North Carolina, 9/14-9/20, 708 LV
TRUMP 39.54% | Hillary 32.31% | Johnson 8.51%
4. Pennsylvania, 9/14-9/20, 772 LV 
TRUMP 36.05% | Hillary 34.81% | Johnson 7.56%

5. New Mexico, 9/14-9/20, 216 LV
Hillary 30.14% |TRUMP 29.76% | Johnson 17.9%



6. New Jersey, 9/14-9/20, 655 LV   
TRUMP 36.19% | Hillary 35.6% | Johnson 5.48%

7. Virginia, 9/14-9/20, 616 LV 
TRUMP 36.84% | Hillary 36.26% | Johnson 7.64%




8. Iowa, 9/14-9/20, 387 LV   
TRUMP 30.86% | Hillary 29.97% | Johnson 11.39%
9. Ohio, 9/14-9/20, 846 LV
Hillary 33.76% |TRUMP 32.71% | Johnson 7.79%
10. Michigan, 9/14-9/20, 613 LV 
Hillary 34.85% |TRUMP 33.58% | Johnson 7.93%

11. Nevada, 9/14-9/20, 236 LV 
TRUMP 33.54% | Hillary 32.23% | Johnson 15.06%
12. Connecticut, 9/14-9/20  307 LV
Hillary 39% |TRUMP 31.8% | Johnson 6.07%
13. Minnesota, 9/14-9/20, 579 LV
Hillary 37.2% |TRUMP 26.85% | Johnson 8.74%




14. Arizona, 9/14-9/20, 572 LV
Hillary 37.46% |TRUMP 32.1% | Johnson 9.91%
15. Colorado, 9/14-9/20, 550 LV 
Hillary 40.6% |TRUMP 28.49% | Johnson 9.36%
16. Wisconsin, 9/14-9/20  748 LV 
Hillary 42.22% |TRUMP 24.49% | Johnson 8.14%





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« Reply #4 on: September 22, 2016, 12:14:20 pm »


It seems Nate Silver doesn't add Google Polls anymore Sad


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