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Subject: Real politics - 4 candidate results rss

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Mac Mcleod
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As of 8/5/2016

"No tossup" electoral votes
357 Clinton/Kaine
181 Trump/Pence


43 (D) Clinton +6.3

36.7 (R) Trump
08.4 (L)Johnson
04.0 (G) Stein

For 8/6 Trump edged down slightly, hillary dropped slightly. Johnson and Stein both picked up support.

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8/5/2016
"No tossup" electoral votes
357 Clinton/Kaine
181 Trump/Pence

43.5 (D) Clinton +6.6

36.9 (R) Trump
08.0 (L)Johnson
03.9 (G) Stein

For 8/5 Trump is losing voters to all other candidates.

8/3/2016

"no tossups" electoral map.
328 Clinton/Kaine
210 Trump/Pence

42.2 (D) Clinton +4.4

37.8 (R) Trump
07.4 (L)Johnson
03.2 (G) Stein




http://www.realclearpolitics.com/epolls/2016/president/us/ge...

http://www.realclearpolitics.com/epolls/2016/president/2016_...
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What should be troubling with these statistics for the Republicans is that not ONE of them show Trump with a lead. Polls accuracy may deviate several points in either direction, but I cannot but think that these results show the general attitude of the country well, in that Trump is rolling a close, but steady second. Despite doing so, the electoral vote count seems to heavily favor Clinton. Again, this is due to the fact, in my opinion, that Trump is chasing after the wrong votes, middle class rural white Americans (you might be able to add men to that description), which is NOT going to win him the election.
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abadolato01 wrote:
What should be troubling with these statistics for the Republicans is that not ONE of them show Trump with a lead.

Pray tell, why would you credibly expect one of these recent polls to show Trump with a lead in any of them anyway given his brazenly sociopathic, narcissistic, and pathologically mendacious behavior?


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Laughs, I did not expect it at all, but it should be troubling for Repbulicans, and Trumpites in general. He's driving the Trump train down the wrong track at the moment, and possibly off a cliff.
 
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abadolato01 wrote:
Laughs, I did not expect it at all, but it should be troubling for Repbulicans, and Trumpites in general. He's driving the Trump train down the wrong track at the moment, and possibly off a cliff.








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Trump's right, I don't believe it.
 
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Interesting that it's evenly going to both stein and johnson. I guess the burn everything vote really doesn't care beyond 'outsider'.
 
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windsagio wrote:
Interesting that it's evenly going to both stein and johnson. I guess the burn everything vote really doesn't care beyond 'outsider'.


I see it as conservatives going to Johnson and liberals going to Stein.

But that could be off since Johnson is socially liberal.
 
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windsagio wrote:
Interesting that it's evenly going to both stein and johnson. I guess the burn everything vote really doesn't care beyond 'outsider'.


I am more surprised Stein running as high as she is, especially that closely to Johnson.

I would expect Johnson running a much higher percentage over Stein, especially with all the anti-science rhetoric coming out of her camp.

At least Johnson is coming off as much more presidential of the two. Stein is coming off as a loon.
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MWChapel wrote:
windsagio wrote:
Interesting that it's evenly going to both stein and johnson. I guess the burn everything vote really doesn't care beyond 'outsider'.


I am more surprised Stein running as high as she is, especially that closely to Johnson.

I would expect Johnson running a much higher percentage over Stein, especially with all the anti-science rhetoric coming out of her camp.

At least Johnson is coming off as much more presidential of the two. Stein is coming off as a loon.


Yes, I would be very comfortable with Johnson as president.
 
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