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Tuesday, November 17, 2015

NH Poll - It's Trump in a landsalide

Landslide Numbers for Trump, Carson slips

Gravis Marketing, a nonpartisan research firm based in Winter Springs, Fla. recently conducted a random survey of 600 registered voters in New Hampshire regarding the presidential election and other areas on November 11, 2015. The sample includes 330 Republican Primary participants, 214 Democrats.

When asked, “Assuming you had to vote today, which 2016 GOP Candidate would you vote for?”, the majority of voters 29 percent stated they would cast their ballots for Donald Trump. Less than half of that percentage, 12 percent stated they would currently vote for Ted Cruz, with Marco Rubio, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie and former Florida Governor Jeb Bush rounding off the top five.

The people questioned in the November 11th poll were then asked about their opinions on who’d they’d vote for on the Democratic side for President of the United States. When the voters were asked, “Assuming you had to vote today, which 2016 Democrat Candidate would you vote for?”, 46 percent indicated support for Hillary Clinton. Bernie Sanders captured 25 percent support while Martin O’Malley received only three percent. At the time of the poll, 26 percent of those asked were currently unsure as to which Democratic nominee they would support.

Finally, the focus of the Gravis poll shifted to asking New Hampshire voters about their opinions in the Senate by asking; “In a potential Republican primary next year between incumbent Senator Kelly Ayotte and Businessman Andrew Hemingway who would you vote for?” The current Senator Kelly Ayotte received the support of 58 percent, however, the successful entrepreneur received the support of 23 percent, with a large portion of those polled currently undecided on who’d they support in a state primary.

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Party break down of New Hampshire voters polled.

Tea Party Affiliation
With all the bullshit pouring out of the mouths of both parties, it is depressing that so few voters identify with the Tea Party movement.
I can understand this to a degree because the Tea Party is not an independent political party. It is not even a true and recognizable faction within the GOP. So-called Tea Party candidates usually do not even use the snake flag at public rallies or on campaign materials. I can only assume that many Tea Party candidates might be using the idea of a Tea Party for votes but really do not care.
So we appear to have slipped back to the corrupt one party Republicrat system.

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