While Clinton still leads in Virginia, Trump is closing the gap in the latest CNU Poll. Over the last week Hillary has gained one point but Trump gained six, with Clinton now at 46%, Trump at 39%, Johnson drops to 5% and Stein remains at 1%.
Trump now garners 84% of Republican voters, up by 12% over the last week. The independent voters are also moving toward Trump, from 25% to 39% over the last few weeks. Voters are looking for a change! Trump’s percentage among women voters has grown from 25% to 36%. Among the military Trump now leads 48% to Hillary’s 40%.
Trump is closing the gap even in NOVA where he went from 21% to 34% support over the last week. Hillary lost 6 points in NOVA, from 57% to 51% in just a week. This still makes it difficult for Barbara Comstock to overcome a 17% Clinton lead in NOVA but it’s getting easier. More on that in a coming post.
According to radio talk show host, John Fredericks, polls had McAuliffe up by 9%, he won by 1%. They showed Mark Warner winning by 13%, the reality was he won by 2%. Trump’s in great shape in Virginia!
Nationally, three polls were released today show Trump in the lead.
CNU Poll details here.
It would be great to see VA turn Red again.
Agreed. Plus these polls were also before news that the FBI found more evidence in email probe. That can only benefit Trump.
A few hours ago, that political POS Comey was forced to announce that they may have to reopen the investigation into Hillary and her e-mail server due to The WEINER and the investigation into his sexting…
Can all but the Never Trump people join me here:
LOCK HER UP!!! LOCK HER UP!!!
As for the NeverTrump Establishment types.. Looks like y’all are in trouble. Hilary maybe just maybe is not going to be able to overcome this… too bad..
Comey was forced by his own agents and senior non-political officials to do this. He was threatened with open revolt or even the possibility of criminal prosecution for his involvement with the Clintons. He would never, i repeat never, have done anything like this without such pressure and it is obvious that the information being “examined” is so highly classified and significant that its leak could only have come from Hillary herself (to Huma and then to Weiner. I do not dismiss the possibility that the divorce proceeding and possible revenge motivations triggered all of this.)
Now the question is – will it matter? In a moral and ethical world, Hillary would step down. However, we are dealing with the bizarro world of the modern corrupt establishment. So, my guess is that next week Hillary and company will release a counter sensational item such as Donald raped me when I was six years old or Donald wears a wig (who knew).
Good points all. Comey is a little political scumbag you are right… who had to release this letter. And you are right, next week Media Matters will dig up something else on Trump. BUT… the difference is, this comes from the corrupt government that Democrats control..
It’s all a distraction; we’ll never see Hillary doing the perp-walk. The FBI is no longer a legitimate law enforcement agency and is nothing more than an arm of the Democrat party. Highly doubtful there’s enough outcry from within the FBI for anyone to jeopardize their jobs with anything close to being an “open revolt”.
Or these mails don’t tag the President so they may be pursued.
Either way, this is another effort to suppress votes one way or another.
Obama will probably pardon Hillary no matter what (she’s got the price of an admission ticket,) so at least we can send her to her Maldives rather than our White House
Eleven days out from election day and frankly the preference polls are becoming less and less important we now are fully engaged in attempting to build a winning electoral college delegate path to 270 electors. The popular vote tabulation can be deceiving at this point and sometimes useless for example a half million more votes secured in a state where the candidate already controls the majority of the elector delegates is meaningless as would be a winner take all state like Virginia where Clinton appears to have a solid delegate hold but Trump is showing some preference upside but still is unlikely to capture Virginia’s 13 delegates.
At this point the issue is what are the number of possible state winning combinations to the 270 delegate count each candidate reasonable has to secure the nomination? The Democrats have always had a distinct advantage in this state delegate count process and will again this year as well, as it looks to me, that Hillary has around a 2/1 combination upside to secure the nomination.
Does this mean Trump will lose, of course not, but it does mean the delegate path he must achieve is far more restrictive and unforgiving then Clinton’s. Trump MUST win the delegate count in FL,OH,GA,NC,AZ to have any shot at the goal and his alternatives to back fill lets say NC’s 15 delegates is far more challenging then his Democratic opponent’s combinations.
The one major difference this year is that overall the polling has been so bad when not outright corrupted that these combination possibilities may be based more on fabricated projections then hard data. If that is the case no one really has a clue what the “true” vote baselines are for either candidate and big surprises could be in the offing. Remember you can win the popular vote but still lose the election like in 2000 when Al Gore won the popular vote but lost the election to George Bush.