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Posted on Oct 23, 2015 in Bernie Sanders, Biden, Democratic Party, Donald Trump, Dr. Carson, Elections-U.S., Hillary Clinton, immigration, Iraq, Jeb Bush, Joe Biden, O'Malley, Presidential debates, primary, Public Opinion Polls, Republican Party, Uncategorized | 0 comments

This week’s Polls analysis. Big problems for Trump. Why? 7 Days ending 10-26

  This past week’s polls show some serious Donald Trump slippage. A deeper look into the polls suggests that his problems go well beyond losing the lead to Dr. Ben Carson in Iowa and Wisconsin. In today’s post we will show why his campaign is in real trouble.  For the Democrats events of the week suggest a big Hillary win. Now for the details. Polls, released Thursday and Friday, indicate that Dr. Ben Carson has surged ahead of Donald Trump in Iowa. Monday, the Monmouth poll showed that surge continues. A Wisconsin poll also shows Dr. Carson moving into the lead there. Trump’s spectacular, and unconventional campaign, until now, had resulted in him taking a sizable lead in both state and national polls. There were, however, clear warning signs that his campaign had hit a wall–at a polling level well below the majority needed for nomination. We’ll look into what these signs were, but first note the reasons so many political pundits had expected his campaign to implode. This will provide the background for the data...

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Posted on Aug 11, 2015 in Donald Trump, Elections-U.S., Foreign Policy Issues, immigration, ISIS, Jeb Bush, Middle East, Presidential debates, Republican Party, Scott Walker, Uncategorized | 0 comments

Trump’s Style, his ISIS, Immigration and Women’s Policies-post 1st Debate Polls and Analysis

Donald Trump’s insults plus his absurdly simple solutions–which fall totally apart under even the slightest close examination–to complex problems, keeps him the center of attention. And the joker in the deck is that apparently these kinds of policy statements appeal to at least a fifth of the Republican electorate. So far, at least. I wonder how well the Trump style will wear-It’s frightening to think about.

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