New polls show Clinton surging in key states following Monday's debate
Oct 01 2016 by Larry Hoffman
In fact, they're mostly toward the high end of the range, which means that her lead over Trump nationally could eventually turn out to be more like 5 points than 3 points as more data comes in.
"The only reasonably good news for Donald Trump is that Clinton's 44 percent number never moved in the head-to-head matchup", Mr. Paleologos said.
Hillary Clinton won the first presidential debate and leads Donald Trump by 7 points in MI, following a statewide poll conducted after Monday's debate, according to the latest WDIV/Detroit News poll. In the four-way race Clinton had 42%, Trump had 35%, Johnson had the support of 9% of MI likely voters and Stein had 3%.
Clinton received 46 percent from likely voters, 4 percent ahead of Trump.
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Clinton's lead in MI brings is similar to margins she had in August coming out of the Democratic National Convention, but polling in September showed she was lead over Trump had narrowed to between 3 and 6 points. Trump is buoyed by strong support among men and white voters. Clinton, meanwhile, continued to hold a promising 21-point lead over Trump among female voters - 48 percent to 27 percent. The Mason-Dixon poll of 820 Florida voters was conducted from Tuesday through Thursday and has a margin of error of 3.5 percentage points.
Some 56% of American adults who watched the debate said Mrs Clinton won, according to a Reuters/Ipsos poll released on Wednesday. The telephone poll of 502 likely New Hampshire voters was conducted September 27-29 and has a margin of error of 4.4 points.
The Fox News poll released Friday surveyed 1,009 registered voters from September 27 to 29. Its margin of sampling error is plus or minus 3 percentage points. Before Monday's first of three presidential debates her RCP polling average lead was just 1.8 - and falling.