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Who Will Win The US 2016 Election?

This poll will close on Jan 20, 2017 at 9:10 AM.
  1. Trump

  2. Hillary

  3. Biden

  4. Bernie

  5. Jeb

  6. Rubio

  7. Walker

  8. Kasich

  9. Rand Paul

  10. Carson

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  1. About Again

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  2. Concerto
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    Thanks for the invite, About Again. :) I likely won't be posting here all that much but hope your rousing political discussions go well. I haven't cast a vote as I'm not yet sure who is heading the pack... concentrating more on our Autumn Canadian election, right now. However, I will check in here every so often to see how things are going. Have fun! :D
     
  3. About Again

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    here are the most recent poll results:)

    Poll: Clinton's lead shrinks as Trump maintains dominance

    By Kevin Cirilli


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    Hillary Clinton's lead in the Democratic presidential race is the slimmest it's been in years, as Donald Trump keeps a stranglehold on the GOP race, a new poll found Friday.

    Clinton maintains 45 percent support among Democrats, but Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) is up to 25 percent, according to a Reuters/Ipsos tracking survey released Friday.

    http://thehill.com/blogs/ballot-box...ons-lead-shrinks-as-trump-maintains-dominance
     
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    Antiestablishmentarianism: Sanders, Trump Surge in New Iowa Poll


    Trump Talks, the Other GOP Candidates Listen 1:24

    Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders and businessman Donald Trump — the two biggest anti-establishment candidates in the Democratic and Republican presidential primary fields, respectively — have seen their support surge, according to a new survey of voters likely to participate in the Iowa caucuses.

    In the Des Moines Register/Bloomberg Politics poll, Sanders is now polling just seven points behind Democratic front runner Hillary Clinton, nearly doubling his share of the vote since the last survey was conducted in May.

    Sanders takes 30 percent support, while Clinton draws 37 percent, marking the first time she's dropped below 50 percent in the poll.

    Trump, meanwhile, has seen a remarkable reversal in both his support and popularity in the state since May. Back then, he was polling at just 4 percent support and his favorability was at -36 points; now, he leads the pack with 23 percent support and his favorability is at +26 points.

    Retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson has also seen significant gains in the Hawkeye state, surging from 10 percent support in May to 18 percent now,




    http://www.nbcnews.com/meet-the-press/sanders-trump-surge-new-iowa-poll-n418471
     
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    Suggest adding a fill-in box to your ballot. You never know who's going to come out of nowhere to win the election! ;)

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    i ran out of boxes, would have liked to include Carly:oops:
     
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    ;)

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    it's all interesting, i focus on competence, and i believe Trump wld be the most competent. He's succeeded in the private sector over the long term. I don't believe many of the political contenders wld be employable in the private sector, other than maybe speech making:oops:
     
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    he is running for a third term now:D
     
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    the Cinton Karma, Bill impeached, Hillary email gate, she's out of the race, i'd bet big time she will not be president in 2016:)
     
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    and btw, i think she'd be the perfect running mate for Trump:)

    get the women's vote, get the liberals from her home state of California, and elsewhere:)

    with Hillary's departure, she's the next best for the female contingent to have a bird in the Vice posi:)
     
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    and Weiner's wife?:oops::eek::D

    what a bloody embarrassment and humiliation for her, and Hillary by association:oops::D

    he's an idiot:rolleyes:

    Fancy sending nude pics and sexting with strangers on the internet, as a Senator, just immature, and ridiculous. What a loser:confused:
     
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    have you voted yet NS?:D
     
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    Is there a write-in for Bill Clinton? :p
     
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    Iowa Poll Suggests Dangers for Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump’s Strengths
    In Iowa, when J. Ann Selzer talks, people listen.

    Many surprising findings in a new survey by Ms. Selzer, Iowa’s most respected pollster, are sure to be topics of elated or anxious conversations on campaign conference calls on Monday morning.

    Among the findings, released Saturday night: Hillary Rodham Clinton’s lead over Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont has shrunk to just 7 percentage points; Donald J. Trump’s favorability with Republicans has sharply increased, suggesting he has room to increase his lead; and Democrats are largely untroubled about Mrs. Clinton’s email controversy – suggesting her vulnerabilities are deeper.

    With both parties’ nominating races entering a more serious phase after Labor Day, there is room for candidates to move up or down, but the late-summer snapshot in the poll, conducted for The Des Moines Register and Bloomberg Politics, will concentrate the minds of many of the candidates.

    Mrs. Clinton’s support among likely Democratic caucus-goers dropped 20 percentage points from Ms. Selzer’s previous Iowa Poll in May; Mr. Sanders’s support grew 25 points since January.

    Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr., who has not said if he will run, polled at 14 percent. If he doesn’t run, his supporters would split equally between Mrs. Clinton and Mr. Sanders.

    http://www.nytimes.com/politics/fir...-hillary-clinton-and-donald-trumps-strengths/
     
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    you can just vote for his Doppelganger Hillary:)
     
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    • Donald Trump’s GOP lead is only 7 points smaller than Hillary Clinton’s Democratic one

    By Philip Bump August 27


    What a world, in which the tightening Democratic race is the big news from a national 2016 poll, and the continued lead of Donald Trump among Republicans is the ho-hum, who-cares storyline.


    Let's dispatch with Trump quickly: In Quinnipiac's new national survey the Bouffant Bruiser continues to Godzilla his way through the Republican field. What's interesting here is the undercard, where Jeb Bush slips into the single digits. In Real Clear Politics' polling average, Bush is now in third -- a position he hasn't been in since last October, save for a brief Scott Walkerenaissance late last month. He can thank Ben Carson for that new position: Carson moves to 12 percent support in the new poll, matching what he had in Fox News's poll right after the first debate.

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    http://www.washingtonpost.com/news/...smaller-than-hillary-clintons-democratic-one/
     
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    ‘Hillary for Prison’ signs keep getting stolen in the Hamptons

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    This Hamptonite wants Hillary Rodham Clinton behind bars — and had to put his signs saying so behind an electric fence.

    Andy Sabin’s first “Hillary for Prison 2016” signs lasted little more than a day before they were stolen from in front of his Amagansett home last week. So Sabin took steps to make sure the placards were secure.

    The red, blue and white signs now sit atop a pair of 12-foot poles behind an electric fence with yellow warning signs. A surveillance camera keeps watch.

    Signs he put up in 2008 supporting John McCain’s presidential bid were also taken, said Sabin, a Jeb Bush supporter who runs a precious-metals refining business.

    “Living in a town with a lot of left-wing wackos, that’s what happens,” Sabin said.


    http://nypost.com/2015/08/30/hillary-for-prison-signs-keep-getting-stolen-in-the-hamptons/
     
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    And the third time.
     
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    is it?, a disgrace:eek::D
     
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    Thanks for the invite and I am honored. I usually have to duck when personally called out:D.
     

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