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Polls We Didn’t Get to Today (Nov. 1)

Tuesday, November 1, 2016 20:49
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First we should mention the polls we did cover today:

Now on to the polls we didn’t cover.

STATE POLLS

Remington Polls: New Remington Research (R) battleground state polls conducted Oct. 30 show close races across the board, with Donald Trump leading in Florida, North Carolina, Ohio, and Nevada, and Hillary Clinton leading in Florida, North Carolina, Ohio, and Nevada

  • Florida Trump leading Clinton 48%-44%, with Libertarian Gary Johnson at 2%.
  • North Carolina Trump leading Clinton 47%-45%, with Johnson at 2%.
  • Ohio Trump leading Clinton 48%-43%, with Johnson at 3%.
  • Nevada Trump leading Clinton 48%-44%, with Johnson at 4%.
  • Virginia Clinton leading Trump 47%-43%, with Johnson at 3%.
  • Colorado Clinton leading Trump 45%-44%, with Johnson at 4%.
  • Wisconsin Clinton leading Trump 46%-42%, with Johnson at 4%.

Pennsylvania: Another Remington Research survey shows Hillary Clinton leading Donald Trump 45%-43%, with Libertarian Gary Johnson at 3%.

Gravis Marketing survey taken Oct. 25-30, shows Clinton leading Trump 47%-44%, with Johnson at 4% and Green Jill Stein at 2%.

Georgia: SurveyUSA poll taken Oct. 25-27, shows Donald Trump leading Hillary Clinton 49%-42%, with Libertarian Gary Johnson at 3%.

Indiana: Monmouth University survey taken Oct. 27-30, shows Donald Trump leading Hillary Clinton 50%-39%, with Libertarian Gary Johnson at 4%.

NATIONAL POLLS

SENATE POLLS

Georgia: SurveyUSA poll taken Oct. 25-27, shows Sen. Johnny Isakson (R) leading businessman Jim Barksdale (D) 50%-38%, with Libertarian Allen Buckley at 5%. If Isakson doesn’t surpass 50% in the Nov. 8 general election, he’d be forced into a January runoff against the second-place finisher.

Missouri: MO Scout/BK Strategies poll taken Oct. 27-28, shows Sen. Roy Blunt (R) leading Missouri Secretary of State Jason Kander (D) 47%-44%.

New Hampshire: University of New Hampshire Survey Center poll taken Oct. 26-30, shows Gov. Maggie Hassan (D) leading Sen. Kelly Ayotte (R) 44%-43%; 11% were undecided.

Indiana: Monmouth University survey taken Oct. 27-30, shows ex-Sen. Evan Bayh (D) and Rep. Todd Young (R) tied at 45%, with Libertarian Lucy Brenton at 4%, in the race to succeed retiring Sen. Dan Coats (R).

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