#36: The scary polling behind Halloween candy
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2016, GOP Side:
Carson now beats Trump nationally. But which candidate has the steepest slope? And how does Iowa compare to New Hampshire and South Carolina? Most importantly, what does America’s pollster think? Get your pre-debate handicapping here.
CBS/YouGov 3-state poll (GOP)
Monmouth Iowa poll (GOP)
CBS/NYT national poll
Huffington Post/pollster (National)
Gallup on GOP favorables
Trump on the polls (pt1)
Trump on the polls (pt2)
Trump on his pollster
2016, Dem Side:
Clinton has had a strong few weeks. Although the national numbers look different than individual state numbers. And sample methodology makes a huge impact in the results.
CBS/YouGov 3-state polls
Monmouth Iowa (Dems)
Huffington Post/Pollster (National)
Huffington Post/Pollster (Iowa)
Huffington Post/Pollster (New Hampshire)
Campaign finance may have its moment?
In two early primary states a (slim) plurality of Dems say they want to see the next President reform campaign finance. Even GOP worried their party too close to donors.
CBS/YouGov 3-state poll
Now Hear This
Several polls weigh in on how people view the Benghazi hearings--before the 11-hour marathon. Not surprisingly, high “don’t knows” for this one.
CNN/ORC on Benghazi
NBC/WSJ on Benghazi
Speak To Me
What do Republicans want out of an incoming Speaker? Compromise--or standing up for principles? Well, not surprisingly, question wording makes a big difference here.
NBC/WSJ on Speaker
Gallup on Speaker
Gallup on Tea Party
What’s scarier: candy corn? Or Reeses’ cups for the allergy-prone? We tackle the tough Halloween issues.
Huffington Post/YouGov on Candy
America’s pollster is worried he’s slipping to #2. Can he pull out a win in the debate?And how often will he say “poll” onstage.
Clinton is staying above the fray, and higher in the polls as a result.
Campaign finance may have its moment.
And Paul Ryan may have his.
Meanwhile--there’s yet another divisive issue sweeping the country: candy corn.
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