Trump Leads Clinton In Rasmussen & Fox Polls

In the latest Fox poll Donald Trump not only beats Hillary Clinton, but he is also viewed more favorably.

Fox reports;

“A record 61 percent have a negative view of the likely Democratic nominee, according to a Fox News poll released Wednesday.  That’s up from 58 percent in March.

Fifty-six percent have an unfavorable view of Trump — though that’s actually good news for Donald.  Because it was 65 percent two months ago (that was a record high).

Thirty-seven percent have a favorable opinion of Clinton, down two points from 39 percent in March, establishing a new low.  The likely Republican nominee’s favorable jumped over the same time period: 41 percent view Trump positively, up from 31 percent in March.”

Trump leads Clinton with Independent voters as well.

In the latest Rasmussen poll.

“Donald Trump has now grown his lead over Hillary Clinton in Rasmussen Reports’ first weekly White House Watch survey.

Trump earns 42% support to Clinton’s 37% when Likely U.S. Voters are asked whom they would vote for if the presidential election were held today. But Rasmussen Reports’ latest national telephone survey finds that 13% prefer some other candidate, while seven percent (7%) are undecided. (To see survey question wording, click here.)

At the beginning of this month, Trump, the presumptive Republican nominee, posted a statistically insignificant 41% to 39% lead over Clinton who is still expected to win the Democratic presidential nomination. Fifteen percent (15%) favored someone else, and five percent (5%) were undecided.

Rasmussen Reports will update the Clinton-Trump White House Watch matchup numbers every Thursday morning from now until Election Day in November.

The latest findings were gathered the night before and the night after Trump’s announcement yesterday of 11 conservative judges he would consider for the current vacancy on the U.S. Supreme Court, furthering his efforts to unify the party and end the #NeverTrump movement among some Republicans. Clinton on Tuesday eked out a primary win in Kentucky but lost the Oregon primary to Bernie Sanders as the race for the Democratic presidential nomination took a more chaotic turn.

Trump now gets 76% of the Republican vote, while Clinton has 72% Democratic support. Thirteen percent (13%) of Democrats prefer Trump, while nine percent (9%) of GOP voters favor Clinton. Among voters not affiliated with either major party, Trump leads 41% to 28%, but 31% of these voters either like another candidate or are undecided.”

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Trump is doing well among Hispanics contrary to what the naysayer’s claim. Via The Conservative Treehouse:

One America News Network and Gravis Marketing, a nonpartisan research firm, conducted a random survey of 1,574 registered voters across the United States. The poll was conducted on May 10th and has a margin of error of ± 2.5% at the 95% confidence level. (Link to More Data)

This OAN poll is the stuff of Team Hillary Clinton nightmares, for a couple of reasons.

  1. The poll is well oversampled toward Democrats: 40% Democrat, 33% Republican, 27% Independent.  Yet, Hillary barely squeaks out ahead.
  2. The Independents in the poll heavily skew toward Donald Trump 58%.  This is the battleground space/electorate for almost all swing state polling.
  3. Donald Trump wins Hispanic voters.
  4. The polling base, “registered voters” does NOT include the Monster Vote.

OAN 1

Here’s the Hispanic Voter breakout:

oan 2 hispanic

Here’s the Evangelical Voter breakout:

oan 3 evangelicals

Here’s the full report:

Hat Tip for OAN Poll The Conservative Treehouse

  • LiberatedCitizen √ Team Trump

    Wanted to point this out…

    Donald Trump Grabs Clear Poll Edge Over Hillary Clinton in Early Campaign – Breitbart

    Trump Is Benefiting From a Reverse Gender Gap. For all their talk about a “gender gap,” political pundits have rarely looked at the other side of the ledger. In fairness, while men have always had a slight Republican bias, it didn’t seem to break as clearly as the way the women’s vote has, or at least appears to. Based on early polling, however, the 2016 election may be one were the “male gap” has a profound impact on the election.

    In the Fox and Rasmussen polls, Trump leads Clinton by 22 points among male voters, nearly double her advantage among women. The CBS poll shows his lead among men at just five points, but his lead among white men is 22 points.

    Obama lost men to Romney by just seven points. In 2008, Obama edged McCain among men by one point. If Clinton loses men by double-digits, her White House dreams will likely collapse again. Trump, in particular, has run very strongly among male voters throughout the Republican primary.

    http://bit.ly/20eR8nx via @BreitbartNews