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New Quinnipiac Swing State Polls Look at Georgia, Iowa, North Carolina and Virginia

Friday, October 28, 2016 6:41
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target="_blank">New Quinnipiac University swing State polling

released today finds that Hillary Clinton wiped out Donald Trump’s
leads in Georgia and Iowa, has a slight edge in North Carolina and
is whooping Trump in the formerly red state of Virginia:


  • Trump – 44%
  • Clinton – 43%
  • Johnson – 8%


  • Clinton – 44%
  • Trump – 44%
  • Johnson 4%


  • Clinton – 47%
  • Trump – 43%
  • Johnson – 5%


  • Clinton – 50%
  • Trump – 38%
  • Johnson – 4%

In a  ""
target="_blank">September 22 Q-poll
, Trump led Clinton in
Georgia 47 – 40 percent and in Iowa by 44 – 37 percent, while
Hillary was ahead in Virginia 45 – 39 percent. In North Carolina
Hillary led Trump 46 to 43 percent in ""
target="_blank">an October 3 Q-poll

There is no good news for trump in this polling. The Donald may
not have expected to win Virginia, but he cannot lose Georgia,
Iowa, North Carolina and have any hope of wining the

Wide gender and racial gaps remain, but Trump’s standing among
men is shrinking, especially in Georgia and Iowa. Only an average
of about 35 percent of likely voters in these four key states have
a favorable opinion of Trump, and more than half say they have an
unfavorable view of him. Hillary’s favorability numbers are only
slightly better – in the low to mid 40s – but that difference in
favorability is enough.

Hillary is leading the early voting in Georgia 48 – 42
percent, Iowa 61 – 27 percent and North Carolina 62 – 34

The four swing state polls were conducted October 20 – 26, among
likely voters and the margin of error is +/- 3.7 percent for the
Georgia and North Carolina polling, +/- 3.5 percent for the Iowa
and +/- 3.6 percent for Virginia.

The Real Clear Politics average for these four swing states
currently has Trump up by ""
target="_blank">2.8 points in Georgia
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, ""
target="_blank">3.0 points in North Carolina
and "nofollow" href=
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