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  YouGov/Economist National Poll: Clinton +3 (search mode)
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Author Topic: YouGov/Economist National Poll: Clinton +3  (Read 1805 times)
Chocolate Thunder
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« on: November 02, 2016, 09:22:01 am »

It's 45 to 42, right?

Like I said, if there's no more major oppo research by the VRWC, she will win. Else, she's cooked.

Only 27% thinks Clinton is honest and trustworthy.

           
Because she is a really (((Hillary Clinton))), amirite?
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Chocolate Thunder
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« Reply #1 on: November 02, 2016, 09:29:36 am »

Looks good. Remember 2012 was D+4.

If I had to guess, it will be

Clinton 49
Drumpf 46
Johnson 3
Stain 1
Mc Muffin .6
Others .4
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Chocolate Thunder
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« Reply #2 on: November 02, 2016, 10:12:23 am »

So yeah, this poll can be unskewed the sh**t out of but it holds up.
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Chocolate Thunder
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« Reply #3 on: November 02, 2016, 12:54:49 pm »

"So we have another poll with Trump doing better with those in the $50-100k income range than he does with those over $100k."

Surely this does not shock you, correct?  It totally tracks the CW.

No, it doesn't shock me, but it is a brand new thing, compared to past elections.  In 2008, the Obama/McCain margin was the same for those in the middle income group as for the upper income group, if we trust the exit polls.  But in every other presidential election since the dawn of polling, the GOP candidate's best income group was the rich.  So to see the GOP candidate actually do better with the middle income group would be totally new.


Putting aside that many rich might perceive that Trump has temperament issues, it's also brand new that a Pub candidate advocates policies (to the extent he has any that are other than just idle talking point jive) that would screw the rich too.
Who would actually benefit from from teh Donald save Big Oil? I would say unions but...
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