Monday, October 3, 2016

UPDATE. Dear Allentown Morning Call, Time to get out of the polling business

The 2 polls that show Clinton at 40% come to us courtesy of the Allentown Morning Call.  Even at a glance, the 9/12-16 poll is indefensible.

Related posts:
UPDATE. Colorado turns from blue to purple since our last visit there.  (10/3/2016)
UPDATE. Clinton tries to put some space between her and Trump in North Carolina.  (10/3/2016) Live Free or Die UPDATE: Trump still can't crack 40% in 4-way New Hampshire presidential polls.  (9/30/2016)
Clinton keeps Trump at bay in Michigan throughout September.  (9/30/2016)
Clinton gets big bounce in first Nevada post-debate presidential poll.  (9/30/2016)
UPDATE. It's been a Clinton and Trump nip and tuck in Florida Presidential polls all September long.  (9/30/2016)
Clinton sweeps a week's worth of national presidential polls.  (9/28//2016)
Latest Florida presidential poll:  Where Trump is lagging.  (8/28/2016)
Trump campaign engine stalls in Michigan.  (8/17/2016)
UPDATE: Trump can't crack 40% in 4-way New Hampshire presidential polls.  (8/15/2016)
Clinton extends lead in North Carolina polls.  (8/12/2016)
Clinton holds slight advantage in Florida presidential polls.  (8/12/2016)
Another day, another big win for Clinton in the polls.  (8/8/2016)
Trump keeps up his inane, disparaging, name-calling tweets as his poll numbers erode.  (8/7/2016)
Clinton takes big lead over Trump in Virginia.  (8/7/2016)
Clinton takes it to Trump every time in Michigan.  (8/6/2016)
UPDATE: Now pinch-hitting for Rasmussen, the Los Angeles Times.  (8/6/2016)
Trump pisses away his advantage in Georgia, of all places!  (8/5/2016)
Dem. challenger Katie McGinty tightens race against GOP incumbent Sen. Pat Toomey in PA.  (8/5/2016)
New Hampshire Senator Kelly Ayotte can't run away from Donald Trump fast enough.  (8/5/2016)
Hillary gets a big convention bump in New Hampshire.  (8/5/2016)
Latest national Presidential polls has GOP worried.  (8/5/2016)
Clinton starting to put room between herself and Trump in national polls.  (8/4/2016)

9/1/2016 update, "A month's worth of Pennsylvania presidential polls", starts here.

Original 8/9/2016 post, "Clinton leads in Pennsylvania", starts here.

2-week average poll numbers
  • Clinton | 49.4%
  • Trump  | 40.6%  

Source:  Real Clear Politics

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