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Poll Claims #NeverTrump Revival

A Morning Consult/Politico poll released on Wednesday claims that, “Thirty-eight percent of Republicans think Trump should be challenged in the Republican primary election for President.”

Post Convention Bounce: Clinton Up 3 Over Trump

Hillary Clinton regained her lead over Donald Trump in a survey taken after the Democratic National Convention (DNC) last week, according to a Morning Consult poll. Clinton now leads Trump by three points, 43 percent to 40 percent. Seventeen percent of voters remain undecided.

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump (L) and Republican vice presidential candidate Mike Pence take questions from the audience at the The Hotel Roanoke & Conference Center on July 25, 2016 in Roanoke, Virginia. Trump made a point to address the evangelicals during his visit to the bible belt. Trump is …

Nate Silver: Trump Has 57 Percent Chance of Winning If Election Held Today

Nate Silver writes that it is very common for post-convention bounce to mask the reality of a losing campaign. “John McCain and Sarah Palin did so in 2008, for example, and even Walter Mondale led a couple of polls in 1984. But those bounces do not always turn out to be predictive.”


Poll: Midwest Has Strongest Opposition to Cheap-Labor Immigration

Midwest respondents are far more likely to agree with a statement saying that “immigrants today are a burden on our country because they take our jobs, housing and health care” than were respondents in the South, West or Northeast, according to the July survey by Morning Consult and Vox.com.


Poll: Donald Trump’s Trade ‘Rhetoric Has Rubbed Off on Voters’

Although GOP frontrunner Donald Trump made trade policy one of his top talking points while out on the campaign trail, a new poll suggests a majority of voters have little knowledge on the topic. But of the voters that do care about trade, the poll reveals they worry trade deals impact American jobs.

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Donald Trump’s Poll Lead May Be Even Yuuuuger

Republican frontrunner Donald J. Trump has a massive lead in national polls. But it may be even bigger than it seems, because while most major polls are conducted by telephone, his lead in online polls is even bigger.

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Poll: Donald Trump Still on the Rise, No Hit from John McCain Attack

In a poll conducted from July 17th to July 20th, support for GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump hasn’t taken a hit despite Trump’s comments about Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) on Saturday, July 18th, while attending the Family Leadership Summit in Iowa.