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Ipsos A- Rated Oct28-Nov3: NH +6, NV +6, WI +7, CO +5, FL +1, PA +4, VA +7, OH +1, IA +1, NC -1

Not bad.


(that website is horrible IMO)

5 A-rated National polls just posted H+1, +2, +4, +5, +8

Edit - the dipshit at 538 keypunched wrong - numbers fixed. Yes, they put in that +8 Ipsos poll that I posted yesterday.

Ipsos/Reuters National Poll Oct29-Nov2 - Hillary +8

I hate to use an RCP link, but I can't find another: http://www.realclearpolitics.com/docs/2016/2016_Reuters_Tracking_-_Core_Political_11.03_.16_.pdf

Gravis R-leaning pollster H+3 in FL, only H+1 in PA tho?

Ipsos State polls are out NH +6, NV +12, WI +9, CO +8, FL Tie, PA +3, VA +6, OH Tie,

NC -2, MI +2


As expected, these polls looking good to us laymen, Nate lowered her odds by 0.5%. Lol. I take that back, increased by 0.5% - there was an error on his site?

Some Auto Alliance polls + Magellan for CO

Not a great rated pollster, not bad results I guess.

**Ispos National Poll Oct28-Nov1 Hillary +7**

According to Nate @ 538, 11 of the top 13 Florida pollsters has a Democratic bias

The only 2 that don't give Trump points are known Republican pollsters (Remington and Gravis)

Just seems odd to me.

**NH Senate Survey Monkey poll Oct 24-31 Hassan +12**



Kander +6 in MO

Ross +4 in NC

McGinty +3 in PA

Feingold Tie in WI

Catherine Cortez Masto Tie in NV

Not bad overall.

**Mitchell (Michigan) Poll: Clinton's lead up to 7 percent over Trump**

Poll taken October 31st

EAST LANSING, Michigan --- Despite two major Trump rallies in the Grand Rapids and Detroit areas yeserday, the latest Fox 2 Detroit/Mitchell Poll of Michigan shows former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s lead over Donald Trump has moved from 6 percent to 7 percent in the four-way ballot question that includes Libertarian Party candidate former New Mexico Gov. Gary Johnson and Green Party candidate Dr. Jill Stein. In the four-way race it is Clinton 50% - Trump 43% - Johnson 4% - Stein 1% while 3% are undecided. The two-way race is closer with Clinton leading Trump 51%-45%. The lead is smaller primarily because of rounding; the margin in the two-way race is 6.6%.

The IVR (automated) poll of 737 likely voters in the November 2016 General Election was conducted by Mitchell Research & Communications on Monday night, October 31, 2016 and has a Margin of Error of + or - 3.61% at the 95% level of confidence.

“Clinton is now at 50% and she expanded her lead again last night. At this point, it doesn’t seem that the FBI announcement has had much impact on the race, although undecided voters seem to be more concerned than they were Sunday night. Voters seem to have backed off the third party candidates and moved towards the two major party candidates as Clinton moved up 3 percent and Trump gained 2 percent. Clinton is still in a strong position to win Michigan’s 16 electoral votes,” Steve Mitchell, CEO of Mitchell Research & Communications said.


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