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Latest poll shows Hillary Clinton’s poll numbers plummeting against potential Republican rivals in the general election

December 7, 2015

  HillaryWith Bernie Sanders having played his role of controlled opposition in the primary season it appears at this point that it is all but given that Hillary Clinton is going to be the Democratic nominee in the general election, however a new poll is out which shows that Hillary Clinton’s support in the general election is plummeting against all of her potential Republican opponents.

  Again I must give my standard admonition: take this poll for what it is worth because it is a national poll, however national polls can still give us a feeling for the mindset of the American voters so they can not totally be ignored, and this latest poll shows us that Hillary Clinton might be in a little but of trouble after the primary season is over.

  Here is more:

In the latest poll, Clinton leads Donald Trump by 3 points 49-46, within the poll’s margin of error. At the end of June, however, Clinton led Trump by 24 points, 59-35. Marco Rubio leads Clinton by one point, in the poll released Friday, 48-49. At the end of June, though, Clinton led Rubio by 16 points, 56-40.

Clinton has lost 21 points relative to Ted Cruz. She has lost 11 points against Jeb Bush.

  That is quite a drop off in a relatively short period of time but in addition to this news the former Secretary of State appears to have problems with some key demographic groups, most notably the independents:

The poll also reveals a few demographic groups where Clinton is particularly weak. She loses Independents to every potential GOP challenger. She loses male voters by around 10 points against all Republicans. She loses white voters by at least 20 points against any Republican.

  There is some good news for Hillary Clinton as she holds a 15% advantage among women voters against her Republican rivals, but will this be enough to offset the other demographics she is losing? Only time will tell but at this point it would appear as if Hillary Clinton’s coronation is not as set in stone as the mainstream media would have us believe.

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15 Comments leave one →
  1. December 7, 2015 9:51 pm


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    • December 7, 2015 9:54 pm

      Let’s hoe so!

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      • Bruce permalink
        December 7, 2015 10:23 pm

        There aren’t many derogatory terms that I wouldn’t use for Hill-a-beans,but I would withhold hoe. Bill, for sure, but not Hill. 😉 It’s funny that the groups Hill doesn’t poorly with are also the groups the left has dismissed being Racist, sexist, etc.

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      • December 8, 2015 6:50 am

        Oops. my bad. Let’s HOPE so is what is should say, a Freudian slip? 🙂
        At some point you would think that Hillary will need those voters so maybe in the end attacking these groups will do her in.

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  2. petermc3 permalink
    December 7, 2015 11:27 pm

    It’s the electoral votes that should push her over the edge. I just cannot believe her sycophants will stay home or go to the other side. This latest massacre is allowing her to show her phoney tough stance on terrorism while remaining an Obama supporter. Who is going to take her down? Give credit to a majority of the electorate for being the fools that they are; do not under estimate this very important variable.

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    • Bruce permalink
      December 7, 2015 11:31 pm

      Yea, with CA and NY filled with leftists, welfare takers and unions giving her a huge guaranteed electoral flood, how do you work the map?

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    • December 8, 2015 6:51 am

      And if Texas ever goes blue the Republicans will never win another election!


    • lou222 permalink
      December 8, 2015 8:48 am

      Aren’t both parties starting to mess with the electoral votes to get what they want, the heck with the voters votes counting!!!

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      • December 8, 2015 8:36 pm

        Yes they are, at this point the election is a mere formality…

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      • Bruce permalink
        December 8, 2015 8:40 pm

        Conservative commentator Mike Rosen just stated the Dems have a lock on 240 votes out of the 270 needed to win. That makes me sick.

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      • December 9, 2015 6:38 am

        That is sickening and I guess it proves we are just going through the motions!


  3. December 8, 2015 12:16 pm

    Alot (old school way of spelling it – makes more sense to me!) can happen between now then Nov. ’16. Just as Hilly was asked (told) by the Bilderberg group to bow out and let their plant Bari take the reins ‘Welcome to the New World Order, brought to you by Barack Hussein Obama, a Bilderberger himself who attended the 2008 Bilderberg meeting, where he was selected to be President—not elected. … The “fundamental transformation” not of the United States, but of the world, has arrived.’ (So says
    That’s the powers that be plan and whether they want Hilly to be their new front or someone else, who knows? – some say with WWW3 coming that there might not be any election (starting in Syria/Turkey area). But are there still some godly men and women alive and working who have another plan in the mix? They’d have to be smarter than the corrupt dark lords, that’s for sure!

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    • December 8, 2015 8:38 pm

      If enough people believe the lies I guess for all intents and purposes it makes the lies the truth…

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      • December 8, 2015 10:24 pm

        Brings to mind “Who changed the truth of God into a lie, and worshipped and served the creature more than the Creator,…” Romans 1:25. Who was it Rose who stated that they’re creating a new reality as they go along? Changing the truth to be a lie and the lie, the truth. Social ‘re-conditioning’ being alienated from the truth and conforming to the lie program, unknowingly.



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