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Pat Caddell: Breitbart/Gravis National Poll Shows ‘Trump Could Win–and Win by a Lot’

The race for the White House is a statistical tie between Democrat Hillary R. Clinton and Republican Donald J. Trump, according to the Breitbart/Gravis national poll conducted Nov. 1 and Nov. 2 with 2,435 registered voters. “Our poll shows Clinton at 47 percent and Trump at 45 percent, which is at our margin of error,”

Hillary is at 44 percent versus Trump 41: National Poll within the Margin of Error

With less than two weeks to go, the race for the White House has narrowed as Hillary Clinton now has a three-point advantage over Donald Trump. That’s within the margin of error of the national Fox News Poll of likely voters. Clinton is ahead of Trump by 44-41 percent.  Another one-in-ten back a third-party candidate

National Poll Shows Donald Trump Surges Among Hispanics, African Americans

Neil Munro, Breitbart Donald Trump is favored by one-in-four African Americans and one-in-three Latinos, according to a poll conducted by the Boston Herald and Franklin Pierce University. The poll of 1,025 likely voters was conducted by RKM Research for Franklin Pierce University and the Boston Herald, from Aug. 31 to Sept. 4. Overall, Franklin Pierce

Trump Beats Clinton for Investor Confidence in National Poll

Bloomberg A Bloomberg/Morning Consult national poll on investment, tax and economic issues shows voters with money in the market pick Trump over Clinton, 50 percent to 33 percent, as the person they think will be better for their portfolio. Those with more than $50,000 invested answer the question almost identically as smaller investors. Partisanship is

National Poll of Likely Voters: Romney 45, Obama 44

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As election day draws closer, polls of likely voters become far more predictive than those of registered voters and adults. Fox News — whose polling hasn’t been especially kind to Mitt Romney in recent months — has released its first national survey of the former group, and Mitt Romney has edged in front of President