Rasmussen National Poll: Donald Trump 42%, Hillary Clinton 37%…

A new Rasmussen Poll (Data Link Here) of 1,000 national “likely voters” shows candidate Donald Trump with a 5 point lead over Hillary Clinton, 42 / 37.

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This poll is significant when combined with the recent NBC/Survey Monkey and Fox News polls.  Rasmussen is a very reliable polling outfit, and you’ll note they use the most accurate methodology for a national general electorate sample via “Likely Voters”.   Likely voters are more apt to catch the Monster Vote.

Unlike the NBC poll which is insufferably prone to ideological manipulation (evidenced by the history of pollster Mark Murray), and unlike Fox News poll samples of “Registered Voters” from PR firm data lists, the Rasmussen poll samples are “clean data origins”.

Unfortunately, the Rasmussen type of polling is very expensive, and that’s why Rasmussen charges considerably high rates ($199/yr subscription) to even look at their crosstab data.  However, we can see general contrasts that deserve notation.

The Fox News National Poll had Hillary Clinton leading with those over the age of 50.  This was odd considering the commanding poll and voter responses to Donald Trump in all other state-by-state polls.  The Rasmussen poll has a more accurate result:

[…] “Those under 40 favor Clinton, while older voters prefer Trump by double-digit margins”. –link

While they don’t give the actual result (unless you pay to see), that summary is more in line with all regional and state polling, as well as election outcomes.

While there is much talk of a gender gap in this race, Clinton appears to have a bigger problem with men than Trump does with women. Trump leads by 22 points among men, compared to Clinton’s 11-point advantage among women. –link

[…] Clinton is well ahead of Trump among black voters but loses the white vote to her GOP opponent. Other minority voters are closely divided.  –link

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139 Responses to Rasmussen National Poll: Donald Trump 42%, Hillary Clinton 37%…

  1. WSB says:

    And the real determination in the final Monster Vote tally will be…enthusiasm and motivation!

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  2. I’m really curious when it says “other minority voters are closely divided.” Could that mean Trump is doing relatively well with Hispanics (Taco Bowl Heresy notwithstanding)??? LOL

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  3. Suzy Kiprien says:

    And he hasn’t even started on her yet. Wait. Interesting times ahead.

    Liked by 7 people

  4. Sentient says:

    I see that Robert Kagan has an article on RCP. “This is How Fascism Comes to America”. About Trump, of course. Because Hitlar. For F’s sake, you seriously cannot make this crap up. We finally get a candidate who wants to defend the borders, retain our sovereignty and not get screwed in trade deals and they start with “Look out for Hitler!”. These neocons need to be driven into the wilderness. Given this good poll for Trump, though, maybe I’m not the only one fed up with their neocon bullcrap.

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    • paper doll says:

      They will be at it non-stop now. They finally had to admit the latest down plane was terrorism…after blasting Trump for hours for saying it before their sanction….

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      • notamemberofanyorganizedpolicital says:

        Is Robert Kagan one of those New York Times scribblers that made scores and scores of calls for a Leftist U.S. dictator and Leftist Fascism in New York Times editorials in 2012?

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    • Bull Durham says:

      Kagan and his entire family, and especially his demon-possessed wife Nuland, the cookie monster of the Maidan, are warmongers who deserve special treatment at the Hague and then straight to Hell.

      They have set the Middle East on fire. They are igniting North Africa a second time. They are spreading embers and gasoline all over the Balkans, and trying like hell in the Black Sea and Caucasus, and of course, Ukraine and the Baltics (and Belarus). She also sticks her dirty nose and State Department money into the Central Asian nations.

      Now count the dead and destroyed. That’s the Kagans’ contribution to America’s reputation.

      The Kagans intend to destroy Russia, break it into pieces. They write openly, work feverishly about it, and are about to be thrown out on their fat asses by Trump.

      These are the foreign policy experts Trump refutes. He will have none of their theories or game plans.

      Imagine Satan on meth. That’s the Kagans.

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    • yy4u says:

      The following is all you need to know about Kagan. He’s no more a conservative than I am an astronaut. He’s another mole in the Republican Party. In there so when he writes something negative about a conservative/Republican we are supposed to NOT think, “Yeah, another liberal wacko giving us liberal bolshevik (my mother’s word for toro manure).

      “Robert Kagan is an American historian, author, columnist, and foreign-policy commentator. Kagan is often characterized as a leading neoconservative, but prefers to call himself a “liberal interventionist”. Wikipedia
      Born: September 26, 1958 (age 57), Athens, Greece
      Spouse: Victoria Nuland
      Parents: Donald Kagan
      Siblings: Frederick Kagan
      Organizations founded: Project for the New American Century, Foreign Policy Initiative

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    • Linda says:

      This idiot needs to get a clue. We already have fascism in America. And he is one of its leading proponents.

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    • Rex Brocki says:

      “Driven in to the wilderness?” Think of all that beauty, peace, lack of distractions, FOOD (as in the recent bumper snicker: “There’s room for all of god’s creatures… right next to the mashed potatoes!”)… are you trying to REWARD those traitorous bastards??? (LOL).

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  5. I think that as Mr Trump’s lead over HRC expands the Dems will really start to panic. Up to now they’ve been believing their ridiculous polls that show HRC ahead. Of course, that polling doesn’t include the angry Bernie voters that will pull the lever for Mr Trump (or not at all) because they realize that the Dem primary really was “fixed” from the beginning. Back to my point … I keep reading of the possibility that when reality sets in that HRC will not win in November, she will either be indicted (forced out) or drop out for medical reasons. Prezzy obozo will step in and “nominate” Biden who will choose Warren as his VP. This keeps both of them out of the spotlight as long as possible (so they can hide) but gives them just enough time to rally the troops to vote in November. If this happens then there is no telling what November will bring. The monster vote will come out, but many of those people may consider a Biden / Warren ticket. I don’t know.

    Am I the only conspiracy theorist that thinks this is a possibility? I’m not saying it’s not insurmountable, but IMO Biden / Warren is a very different ticket from HRC/??.

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    • see my post below that I wrote the same time you did…

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    • truthandjustice says:

      Yes, see my reply below

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    • smiley says:

      I definitely think Biden could very well enter the fray at the 11th hour esp if Clinton’s indicted.

      what happens to her delegates, in that case ?

      have they…any of them…committed to Biden ?

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    • Joe says:

      He should work on them too, just to be safe.

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    • I saw your similar post a week or so ago. I strongly believe that the Dems will try to hold on to power NO MATTER WHAT. They plan to use Hillary but if it looks as if she will lose, they have their ace card!

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    • yy4u says:

      You are no conspiracy nut. There is A LOT at stake in this election. The Establishment could lose everything it’s worked for. I think it is entirely possible we’ll see a Biden/Warren ticket. It would be difficult to defeat. Biden is an idiot but people like him. Warren is a fake but the lefties love her.

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      • PatriotGalNC says:

        Then, no time like the present to hit the deck running digging up back stories on both Biden and Warren! Don’t wait till the last minute. Start now. Dig up every single thing about them, pour gasoline on it, and toss the match! Biden is as crooked as the rest of them, and so is Warren. Mocking and marginalizing is what the Left has used for years to get where they are. Now, we need to use similar tactics–only we don’t have to make up lies and spread them. We will USE TRUTH to bury them. Mr. Trump…UNLEASH THE HOUNDS

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      • paper doll says:

        Trump could beat anyone in a square fight…that last part is the problem.

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      • singtune says:

        Why Biden? He is a Known idiot & totally related to Obama’s Fiasco~! But it Could be another more Electric Personality with Warren.

        But the TRUMP People, I think, will remain Steadfast~& become more massive, ~regardless of Who the Demoncrats Put in , if Hilary is taken out.

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    • oldschool64 says:

      I think something like this may very well happen. My money is on it being health reasons because an indictment may endanger Obama himself.

      Remember, it’s not about the Dems, but the donor class and it’s globalist agenda. When it becomes clear she can’t win, she has to go.

      Oh, and one more thing. Isn’t it interesting that Trump is absolutely savaging Bill right now? Not much chance of him stepping in to take Hillary’s place, methinks.

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    • WSB says:

      Biden is a dope…and like Ford after Nixon, would people really stampede to Biden after Obama?

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      • paper doll says:

        He is a gaffe machine when he goes off script. He’s been disciplined lately, polishing the hair plugs and dreaming. I dare say there would lots of references to his son who recently passed.

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    • GiGizMe says:

      Biden has that ‘Ukraine’ problem. The appearance of his family benefitting from the Coup d’état isn’t good.

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      • paper doll says:

        Indeed, but that’s one of the reasons to think he’s in the pipe line, he’s thoroughly hooked up on the globalist gig. ..few more

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  6. SPMI says:

    What this really means is
    TRUMP 65%
    clinton. 35%
    GAF. 10%

    G O D J T R U M P!!!

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  7. The best part of the Democratic race is, Bernie isn’t even a Democrat!!! He stands with an “I” next to his name! The DFL didn’t even have to let him run, and now he is ruining Hillary’s coronation, and is going to completely disrupt their convention and force his ideas into the platform…and his people still won’t vote for Hillary!!! Nice job libtards, you totally screwed up your side of the fence…me, I’m just sitting here with some popcorn enjoying the show!!!

    Since it is becoming clear Hillary will get destroyed, I wonder if Obama will let the DOJ charge Hillary so they can sneak in Biden…Obama can then pardon her before Trump takes over.

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    • MVW says:

      In my mind, it is only a question of timing. Bernie would lose against Trump and no one else would muster Dem-e’s support. So, before the convention, (but after California primary)? Or during the convention? My guess is a couple of weeks before to let some dust settle.

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    • I agree, I can’t understand how they let him run in the first place. He has never been a Dem…what were they thinking?

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  8. Trent Telenko says:

    For Trump to have a 22% lead among all men, well behind with blacks, and closely divided with other minorities, he has to be way the hell up with white men.

    Something on the order of 4/5 of white men have to be pro-Trump for that wide a gap to appear.

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    • Sentient says:

      Remember that the young, the less well-educated, those with lower incomes and racial minorities are less likely to vote (blacks in 2008 & 2012 being the exception). Trump is winning big with white men, but it’s more like 2/3.

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    • John Galt says:

      Hillary scores well with hags and blacks. That’s about it. Berniebots hate her.

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  9. John Galt says:

    I’m pretty happy at the moment. Sitting on cheap Trump YES, Biden Yes and Hillary NO.

    https://www.predictit.org/Market/1234/Who-will-win-the-2016-US-presidential-election

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  10. truthandjustice says:

    I’m still holding out for what I’ve posted several times for a few months. I said my theory was the Powers that Be are planning to indict Hillary (but get pardon later) and/or use the other excuses of poor health, polls showing her too weak, etc. They have several “reasonable” options.
    And that if so, we’d start seeing polls showing Trump trouncing Hillary. Voila! Happening as we speak. Plus we’re seeing more media on both.
    Then they slip in an “emergency” nominee – Biden – with the pre-planned VP pick of Warren.
    I think Warren would get many Sanders voters vs. going to Trump.
    I also think Sanders has been on it from the start and knows he won’t be nominee – but was promised something he wants and/or blackmailed – the normal operational playbook.
    He might have also been used to deliberately “whip up” a large following that will vote for Warren when he is removed, since “they” know Hillary or Biden wouldn’t be “palatable”.
    But even so, Trump knows and is prepared for them too……….

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    • John Galt says:

      With Hillary already trailing in the polls, she might decide to go quietly, rather than in shackles. Although struggling valiantly, doctors advise that she’s just too ill to run in the general election. Endorses Biden / Warren, for the good of the party, let’s unite, blah, blah, blah.

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    • Bonitabaycane says:

      IMO no way Crooked Hillary is indicted. It’s too late for the Democrat party to parachute someone besides Crooked Hillary.

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    • majorstar says:

      Hillary isn’t one to go quietly into the night. She has a huge ego. Like Cruz, she believes she has a “right” to the office and it’s her destiny. The only way she goes is if there’s an indictment. Maybe there will be but who can say?

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      • WSB says:

        If there is, she’ll take everyone down with her, unless she is guaranteed a pardon. All has to be timed correctly.

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      • maxx power says:

        clinton isn’t going anywhere. They’ll find Debbie Watshername Shultz in Ft. Marcy Park if the DNC tries anything. Even if indicted, she will campaign on. She’ll merely spin it as another vast right wing conspiracy. She believes it’s her turn, she took one for the team in 2008 & nobody is going to get in her way this time. Uh…except us and Trump.

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    • wyntre says:

      I have been posting the same thing for months.

      There is now way the POS lets HRC back in the WH. Valjar and Sasquatch have long been leading the charge to kick HRC to the curb.

      I have also opined that HRC was blackmailed into running for POTUS. The POS forced her into it, holding the threat of indictment over her head. As someone who supported her way back in 2008 (although I am now a total Trump convert) it is clear she is not enthusiastic about this campaign. I think the deal was something along the lines of, “OK, Hill, play along and be our sacrificial lamb or we cut the DOJ loose on you.”

      HRC was useful, initially, because of her name recognition among dims as well as her impressive 2008 primary vote count. She was ahead of the POS by a significant amount but the SuperDelegates were intent on (s)electing the first one-fourth black POTUS.

      Ironically, Bernie is now in the same position now she was in in 2008 – huge popular vote but SD’s all going for the other candidate.

      I also thought it a real “tell” when the POS hosted Bernie at the WH so yes, I agree Bernie is probably in on the scheme..
      .
      Biden has always been the fallback candidate and I’m guessing Warren is the designated VP.

      I hope like he11 Trump is aware of all these subplots. I would guess Manafort and Stone have seen these type of Machiavellian tactics before.

      (FTR: the above is my theory)

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  11. Bonitabaycane says:

    There is a constant drumbeat from the dishonest media gleefully announcing that Trump has a problem with women voters. Crooked Hillary’s significant problem with male voters is rarely discussed by the MSM. I’m sure it’s just an oversight on their part….NOT!

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  12. I believe Hellary will be forced to accept Bernout as her running mate; it’s the only way the schism in the party can be mended, and the only way to get large numbers of otherwise disgruntled Bernouts to vote for her. Who will then hope that she kicks the bucket (or is indicted) before he does.

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  13. Backspin says:

    The elites , no longer able to deny or ignore Trumps overwhelming popularity ( even with FULL ownership of the press ) are now beyond panic. // Suddenly planes fall from the sky ……..
    ….takes tin-foil hat off.

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  14. Wisconsam says:

    How would Biden get on the ballots? Don’t the states have deadlines?

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    • Drakken says:

      They pick him at the convention.

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      • Bring a STRETCHER! Biden looks like he’s ready for SHADY PINES himself.

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        • Ono says:

          Biden won’t last a week with Trump on his tail. I think he saw the writing on the wall earlier in the primaries. That the Dems overlooked him (as sitting VP) for Hillary was insult enough. Jumping in at the convention in front of Bernie, he won’t make it out (Of the convention) alive.

          haha. his get’s better by the day.

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      • Wisconsam says:

        I understand they could pick him, but if he isn’t on any of the state ballots how would he get any votes? There are deadlines to be included on the ballots and each state has a different deadline date. For instance, I believe the deadline to be included on the Texas ballot has just passed. Unless the Dems have a different system, I suppose they could write in his name.

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        • shiloh1973 says:

          The deadlines pertain to someone wanting to run third party. The Dems can select whoever they want at the Convention and he would be on the ballot.

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        • tampafan says:

          Party primaries are called “preference” polls….Parties and their rules committees can do what they want at convention (private organizations). The only oversight is public understanding and pressure. Trump has been smart – played it by their “rules” that they thought only Jeb could win, then started all of his followers/supporters/voters demanding a “fair result”. Conventions have often been multi-day events, like picking a pope. Back room dealing. Cruz is hoping there will still be some of that, but Trump’s engaged voters (who are, understandably, not aware of Party’s ability to do whatever they want) demand the primary “winner” get the nomination or it is a “corrupt steal”. Downstream Rep. officials too afraid to buck the electorate this year!

          Bernie’s supporters will be equally enraged (and more prone to violence!). Hillary is right – she has already won if you count the super delegates who can do what they want – most committed to Hillary in June. They created their own mess…thought Bernie was a harmless prop in the primary process. Now they have to deal with the democratic expectations of THEIR engaged electorate. However, the Party can still do what they want at the convention. Biden/Warren has been predicted by commenters here since early summer. (Sundance has posted – many times- the pic of Biden in the back of the room – the only head in focus)

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        • bar-revue says:

          I think that the party has to be on the ballot. Obviously neither major party has officially selected their nominee yet so their names have no been submitted. I guess they do that at some point after the convention.

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  15. Martin says:

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  16. keebler AC says:

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  17. benY says:

    I think we are seeing that the loud and classless minority is outnumbered by the silent traditional patriot. Even the dusgusting and stupid jUrinalists aren’t helping.

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  18. sundance says:

    The general election will not be close folks.

    Hillary is just not likeable. Trump is a little brash for some, but he’s profoundly affable when people spend more time getting to know him.

    We have the winning candidate.

    Trump: “the media is so dishonest, …the attack ads are horrible… so dishonest…. ok, well, a little bit true… but so dishonest”.

    “a little bit true”… LOLOL. Our candidate is the best. He’s honest and owns the downsides.

    We got this.

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    • Paula says:

      No negative ad can hurt him. How can Hillary stop him? All her bullets are blank.

      Trump is fully loaded (plenty of clinton scandals). His weapons are in full working order (Hillary is very vulnerable b/c she’s never been attacked) and he’s not afraid to use any and all of them ( He wants to win).

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    • Martin says:

      This 110%

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    • spacette55 says:

      Joe Concha on Mediaite today:

      “Know this: All of those massive egos in the industry are having a very hard time accepting they’re not remotely as influential as they thought they were. And Donald Trump — who has witnessed and learned from the toughest press of all in the form of the New York tabloids — is not only punching back… but landing more than just kidney punches.

      The polls are moving is his direction. The drift defies conventional logic.

      That’s what happens when an unafraid, unconventional candidate is running the show. ”
      http://www.mediaite.com/online/polls-now-firmly-on-trumps-side-as-candidate-masterfully-adopts-hillarys-greatest-strength/

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    • ZZZ says:

      no elephants in the room with Trump

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    • tampafan says:

      You are right X 2. Let’s hope the media and elite don’t catch on to the approaching Tsunami until they have nominated Clinton. She won’t quit without her own life threatening event (or jail)

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    • Keln says:

      Agreed. It will be a landslide, and I think Trump could possibly take most if not all of the states. Even in deep blue states, there are lots of people who just don’t vote (that is why they are so blue). They will be voting this time. The Republican primary proved that we voters can actually pick who we want, if we actually show up.

      I’d also point out that the last time a Republican ran for president that people actually were enthusiastic about was Regan. As SD says, we got this.

      And also…vote anyway. We only got this if everyone votes.

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    • glenndc says:

      Re the “Monster Vote”:
      If I correctly understood Sundance’s post on the “Monster Vote” a few days ago, Sundance is theorizing that there is a bloc of voters of indeterminate size (possibly huge) that a) does not vote regularly, or b) is not currently registered to vote. And that this “Monster Vote” bloc is registering and turning out in large numbers for DJT.

      Sundance’s guess can be extended by assuming (based on observations) that this bloc predominantly self-identifies as American, and is largely mixed heritage white, along with large blocs of traditional multigenerational Mexican Americans and Black Americans, and a very large soupçon of ethnically mixed Americans, in other words, Heinz 57 Varieties Proud American Mutts. There is a further assumption that this “Monster Vote” bloc has fallen in love with DJT, hard! And will crawl on hands and knees over nails and broken glass to vote for Mr. Trump.

      If Sundance’s guess and my extension are correct, we should be able to quantize this “Monster Vote” by using two data sources:
      • First, turnout in blue collar, intact household precincts (plumbers, welders, electricians, farmers, evangelicals, etc. should be up. Is it? By how much? The answer to these two questions will provide guidance to the size of this effect among currently registered voters.
      • Second, the registration effect has two components, party change, and new registrations. Again, the absolute size of the changes in party affiliation and the percent increase in total registered voters will provide directional guidance to the size of this effect.

      It would be fun if confirmation of this could be crowdsourced. Most of the data is on line, at country registrar sites, but I don’t have time to pursue this. For the nonce, let us assume that the “Monster Vote” is real, and that it represents, as Sundance guessed, as many as 10 million new or previously inactive voters…

      So, let’s look at the Rasmussen poll using this new filter and see where that takes us. The results were Trump 42% – Clinton 37% – DK+Refuse+Undecided 21%. The first thing to evaluate is the likely-voter filter pollsters use to build his sample. It works something like this:
      1. Are you registered to vote?
      2. Did you vote in the last mid-terms?
      3. Did you vote in the last Presidential election?

      This filter eliminates the entirety of the monster vote, it renders it invisible. The monster vote if it exists, is not even included in the T42-C-37-U-21 results in the latest Rasmussen… The corollary is, what are the REAL numbers? Is Trump ahead by 15 points? Or 20 points?

      And there is another phenomenon affecting the polls this cycle, and I believe, the current Rasmussen poll… Social Desirability. The vituperativeness and vitriol heaped on Mr. Trump, and the extremely derogatory descriptions of his supporters, are guaranteed to create negative emotionality about expressing support for him. Therefore, when pressed, or in situations where voters fear that they are identifiable (e.g. telephone polls or intercepts) they will be very reluctant to express support for a candidate that has been painted as outré.

      So, to wrap this up, we can predict that pollsters that do not estimate the size of the “Monster Voter” effect and do not compensate for social desirability will produce egregious underestimates of Mr. Trump’s support. Q.E.D.

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  19. keebler AC says:

    This is a very damning video linking Robert Byrd to the Clintons. I guess you can bring hot sauce to a diner but still be a latent KKK supporter because the way to retain inequality is to keep harping on something that Republicans got rid of decades ago.

    Most black americans who voted for Obama and support the Clintons don’t vet their candidates to see if actions match words. I don’t know if they care because of “promises” even if empty. Joe Biden was also a consummate racist and yet he is loved by them because of Obama. The fact they (Obama voters) don’t realize that Obama used them is key.

    Please share this video ASAP. People will appreciate you for it. I do a lot of reading and even this was unknown to me!

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    • hocuspocus13 says:

      …and recently…in the hills…good old David Duke of the KKK…endorsed Crooked Hillary…😉

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      • keebler AC says:

        Why black americans who support her allow Cankles to continuously moon them with her fat, saggy derriere is beyond me to understand. The plantation mindset is still going strong on the Democrat Plantation. It’s repulsive in this day and age.

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      • Chris Mallory says:

        No, David Duke did not endorse Clinton. A California KKK “leader” did endorse her. You have to remember, Duke has not been a KKK member for decades. Also, since the 1960’s, most KKK members are Federal informants or SPLC snitches. AIPAC is a bigger threat to the US than the mythical KKK.

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    • Keln says:

      Racist garbage.

      See lefties? This is what racist is. You use that word so much you no longer know what it means beyond “someone you disagree with”.

      Byrd was an actual racist. Most of your party stretching back over a century were racists. Progressivism and their idea of eugenics and removing the “mongrels” (their code for blacks) from society using abortion was all racist.

      An obsession with race, and racial politics is racist.

      YOU are the racists.

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  20. keebler AC says:

    We need to get black american’s off the Clinton Plantation. Ugh! This is awful that they still support Hillary. Byrd apologized for joining the KKK but only because it was politically expedient. He still used the N word so he lived and breathed the vile racist attitude. So did the Clintons because you KNOW how their private convos about blacks went.

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  21. kenramsey says:

    Hillary’s in way more trouble with men than Trump is with women. Yet they rarely if ever say that any Democrat has a gender gap.

    I think Trump has room to improve with women. He can reassure them that he’s trustworthy on security matters, and speak to the pocket book. This will go a long way to help win over women who are on the fence and need assurances about his intentions.

    I can’t see anything that Hillary can do to improve with men. Her instinct is always anti-male, and one of the ways she thinks she appeals to women is to put men down. She’s always making bratty feminist comments about men, and also promoting gays and transgenders increasingly. Straight men run, not walk, run away from such talk.

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    • White men are STILL THE MAJORITY in this country and are making their voices and votes heard.

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      • thehourofdecision says:

        Thank you. It’s nice to know we are still considered human beings in some circles. Donald Trump has given the Silent Majority a voice. We are proud to say that our forefathers founded and built up this country, and, in some cases were in this land BEFORE the founding of the United States.

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  22. keebler AC says:

    I can’t seem to play this video but maybe others can. Sounds ‘super-damning”!

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  23. keebler AC says:

    There is a twiitter hashtag #HillaryLostMe. 😀

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  24. mike tramel says:

    Whenever I watching field reporters asking people who they were voting for on primary days when they would not tell the reporter,I would that’s a Trump supporter.

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  25. Can’t wait for Swillary to have a cough attack during her debate with Trump! Until then she cannot stand up to his rallies, she’s tired old and SPENT. Her voice is already cracking at her 200-strong rallies at elementary schools in front of bathrooms! She’ll never be able to hold up during a campaign against THE TRUMP TORNADO! She should just quit now and save her and her husband from further shame.

    SHADY PINES awaits both of them! I think Swillary, Swill, and Biden starred in that old movie “COCOON.”

    KICK THE CAN!

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    • keebler AC says:

      Between her coughing and bathroom breaks for “female” reasons which nobody wants to hear about on a live presidential debate, Hillary will get nothing done. When the 3 am call comes in, she won’t be able to get out of bed fast enough nor think clearly until Huma her personal attendant gets there.

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    • thehourofdecision says:

      “Hillary Clinton doesn’t have the strength or stamina to be President”. – Donald J. Trump

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    • Country Boy says:

      But the ol’ soulless hag ain’t no ways tarrrrrd… LOL, you’re on fire! – “starred in cocoon”… And to think that our “America First” President is just getting started…EPIC times! I’m Just Getting Warmed Up: http://youtu.be/ELEgcY7k7cA

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  26. dm says:

    How much will Trump and Hillary’s vp choices impact the race?Its hard to imagine her gaining any more support….

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    • keebler AC says:

      It’s very apparent to me now that Hilraly plans to appoint Bernie as VP. Bernie thinks that his supporters love him for him and will follow. Not so. He’s an old fart and if he accepts the VP position – he will have sold out to Cankles whom they hate.

      Trump will have to win Bernie supporters if it happens.

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  27. I know it’s obvious but it’s evident Trump sees himself President Trump. He’s already meeting all the big wigs in D.C., and already taking action. Even D.C. is already bending to his leadership, i.e. Obama now going to tax China for importing steel. Too little too late. Trump is on a roll. How refreshing for a change. You can just feel it, and not only that, there’s action behind his talk. Everyone else is trying to figure out how to beat him, meanwhile he’s making Presidential decisions and moving on. Fun to watch.

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  28. The reality is that 95%+ of those undecided voters are actually secret Trump voters who either don’t want to admit it to the pollster or haven’t admitted it to themselves yet.

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    • yy4u says:

      Exactly, Crylous. I write a blog that is pro Trump so people in the closet whisper to me that they’re for Trump. There are a lot of people no one expects who are in the Trump closet.
      The other evening at dinner — ten of us at a table — someone (a lefty in the group) brought up Trump’s name and you could see she was reach to bash. As soon as Trump’s name came out, I said, “Before anyone starts bashing Donald Trump be aware X (husband) and I are Trump delegates to the district next Saturday. The lefty’s face fell. The man (an MD) next to me whispered “they just don’t get it”. Across the table, a doctor and his wife announced they were for Trump, too.

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      • Wow, awesome story, and thanks for sharing! I work for the federal government, and typicallyit’s not somewhere that politics is discussed out of courtesy. But, I’ve noticed people secretly whispering in support of Trump and talking about how they are going to vote for him. They act really guilty about it, looking around nervously. It’s kinda comical, but it’s also very interesting to take note of.

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  29. Pam says:

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  30. Arthur Jury says:

    IMHO if a media poll shows Trump ahead by 5% the real number is +15%. Where were Rumney or Mclame 5 months before election… behind by 10-20 percentage points, as was Reagan.

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  31. L1 says:

    And it aint even started yet. Trump knows and owns the Clinton achilles heel. They are use to silencing oppsition to hide their corruption and depravity. Trump says, “Oh yea, let me just say it louder and more often and whether or not the media ask the question”. You hit Trump with the woman card, see how this feels, Bill has raped women. Oh you did not hear, how about Hillary enabled and destroyed women for him. And so forth, he MAKES everyone hear it.

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  32. rsanchez1990 says:

    I wonder how many polls they don’t want us to see where Trump is leading by 20+ points.

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  33. Centinel2012 says:

    Reblogged this on Centinel2012 and commented:

    Trump will beat Hillary by a LOT in November!

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  34. Hugh O'Connor says:

    Rasmussen polls are worthless. It is just a right-wing operation that, among other things, polled Romney as the winner of the last presidential election.

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  35. drewbster says:

    That picture looks like the Cop asking hil, “Have you been drinking?”.

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