RNC SALE: 60% Off VIP Membership!
He Was Spotted 30 Minutes Before? We Have Another Update on Trump's Assassination...
MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN: Trump Officially Nominated at Republican Convention
World of Chaos
Did an FBI Employee Express Displeasure That Trump Survived Assassination Attempt?
Biden Admin Declares '100 Percent Support' for Secret Service After Trump Nearly Assassina...
Trump Announces VP Pick
MSNBC Serves an Empty Mug: ‘Morning Joe’ Gets Pulled Immediately After Trump’s Assassinati...
Joe Biden's Latest Plan to Combat Inflation Is a Joke
Here's How Democrats Reacted to Trump's VP Pick
Despite Embarrassing Error, Trump Is Actually Leading in Another Poll
Joe Biden's Public Rambles Doubled in a Year
Here’s What Trump Said About Project 2025’s Abortion Platform
Here's When Congress Will Hold a Hearing on the Attempted Assassination of Trump
AOC Compares Trump to ‘Fascism’ One Day After Assassination Attempt
Tipsheet

Rollercoaster: New Polls Show Hillary Ahead in FL, NC, OH

If you're a Trump supporter, today's early release of national and state polls had you riding high. But in the interests of balance, here's an updated set of numbers for you to flippantly dismiss as rigged, biased MSM-concocted rubbish. First, a word of caution: Reuters/Ipsos takes a large national sample, then breaks out state-by-state subsamples that occasionally produce weird outliers -- like giving Trump the lead in Vermont, or showing a virtually tied race in Oregon. They are not scientific statewide polls. With that chunk of salt in place, here are some Trump-positive results from the poll (which also shows him leading comfortably in Iowa, and edging ahead in Colorado -- neither of which is an outlier):

Advertisement

Celebrate good times, Trump Train. Until you see these findings, that is:

If she's up in Florida, Ohio, North Carolina, New Hampshire, and Virginia, this race is over.  Feel free to discard all of the results from this specific survey based on its unusual methodology, but there are a few more freshly-released polls that lend some credence to Reuters' data.  Namely, here is a Chamber of Commerce poll showing Hillary slightly ahead in Florida.  And the first statewide survey in awhile giving her the edge in Ohio.  And another one giving her a razor-thin advantage in North Carolina.  And this one, confirming a tight contest in typically-red Arizona:

Since we're getting excruciatingly close to tonight's main event, we might as well play "pick your poll."  There are plenty of stats for loyalists on each side to latch onto as they bite their nails down to the nub awaiting 9pm ET.  Because starting tomorrow, none of these polls will matter anymore.  Only post-debate surveys will have any significance -- and we don't have any reliable information on that front for days.  Pre-date polls: Post 'em while you got 'em.  I'll leave you with the counterweight to this morning's Bloomberg's splashy "Trump is ahead!" national poll.  Over to you, Monmouth:

Advertisement

And now, we wait.

Sponsored

Join the conversation as a VIP Member

Recommended

Trending on Townhall Videos

Advertisement
Advertisement
Advertisement