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Brand New 2016 Presidential Poll Will Shake Up Race In Major Way!

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Could 2016 get any more chaotic? Well it just did based on the latest national polling conducted by NBC News and its partner Survey Monkey which shows Donald Trump dominating his GOP rivals and Bernie Sanders in a dead heat with Hillary Clinton.

From Politico:

Marco Rubio is down, John Kasich is up and Donald Trump is still head and shoulders above the rest of the Republican field, according to the results of the latest national NBC News/SurveyMonkey weekly online tracking poll released Tuesday. Meanwhile, Hillary Clinton’s advantage over Bernie Sanders has narrowed to its smallest in the last seven weeks.

In the Republican race, Trump took 38 percent, followed by 18 percent for Texas Sen. Ted Cruz, 14 percent for Rubio (a decrease of 3 points from the last survey), 8 percent for Ben Carson, 7 percent for Kasich (up 4 points from last time) and 4 percent for former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush.

Among Democrats, Clinton leads Sanders 50 percent to 40 percent. Heading into South Carolina, whose Democratic voting electorate is more racially diverse than either Iowa or New Hampshire, Sanders holds a narrow 3-point advantage over Clinton (47 percent to 44 percent) among white voters.

While Sanders has drawn a significant portion of his support from the youngest voting bloc (under the age of 30), just 25 percent of millennial black voters said they are supporting the Vermont senator, compared with 64 percent who said they are backing Clinton. The reverse is true among white millennials, who support Sanders 75 percent to 22 percent.

Do any of these poll numbers change your 2016 candidate of choice? Share your thoughts below!

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4 Comments

  1. Arizona Don says:

    If this video is correct and it certainly seems to be. Out of the top three candidates only Donald Trump is actually eligible to be president. I suspect this is also known by ALL the remaining candidates. That may very well be the reason no one is dropping out now.

    Is this (attached video) bad news for both Cruz and Rubio or not? Seems to me what this does is verify (once again) what Donald Trump attempted to convince Ted Cruz to do a few months ago. That being get a federal judicial opinion on eligibly. Whether or not that would have been possible via the supreme court prior to the convention or not is not clear. However, any lower court could put forth an opinion which could put the question to rest (if not on appeal) until such time as the supreme court could consider it. As it stands now that question may not be answered now and possibly ever. Waiting until the last minute to present a question to the supreme court is certainly not a recommended procedure.

    I do however, have a feeling it could preclude either Cruz or Rubio from winning any election for president until it is resolved. Unlike the democrats many republicans will not vote for someone they suspect is not legally eligible for the office. Is this what the democrats view as their ace in the hole? If either defeat Trump as the nominee. Is this also why poll after poll (with democratic influence) lists Rubio as the only one able to defeat hillary? Remember the headlines in the NYT claiming McCain the only republican capable of defeating obama? The GOP fell for it!

    However, does this not also negate the presidency of barack obama? But the most important question of all does this not demonstrate the incompetency of both congress and the lower federal court system if not the supreme court itself?

    Where may I ask has this information been hiding for the past eight years? Because according to this obama also is NOT eligible. Even if he was born in Hawaii.

    Click on this following link. Or copy and paste it into your browser.

    https://publiushuldah.wordpress.com/2016/02/11/natural-born-citizen-and-naturalized-citizen-explained/

    But my final questions are: who thinks this will reach the supreme court anytime soon (soon being within 10 years)? But if it does who thinks the supreme court will uphold this making obama ineligible? Anyone? I personally know of no precedent ever set to answer the question of electing, not once but twice, an unqualified person as president and him remaining in office for the total of eight years.

  2. K Thomas says:

    It will be terrible if the poor middle class religious right will propel Trump into the Convention, aand Bloomberg jumps in and a three way fight leads to Congress(R) deciding ! Not real Democracy, is it Then. The ignorance American voters and the seemly, promotion of him by the crazy( money seeking) media is making us a laughing stock. May God save us. People making irreverant comments about Obama and Clinton are unfortunately ignorant and know little fact

  3. Bill says:

    When Carson, Kasich and Bush finally drop out, we’ll have a better race and really get to see how people feel about the top runners. I believe Carson, Kasinch and Bush are splitting votes that would go to Cruz and Rubio and I don’t think there are any Trump votes being held by the lower three.

  4. Robert says:

    Trump is not my first choice but I will vote for him if he is the nominee. I would vote for a gopher over Hillary Clinton. The only thing I can think of that would be worse than Hillary is more Barack Obama.

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