Monday, September 19, 2016

New Mexico Poll: Trumps Leads Clinton 43% to 38%

Republican nominee for president Donald Trump opened up a five point lead with New Mexico and its five electoral votes, according to the 141 likely voters in the Reuters/Ipsos poll released Saturday.

Trump has the support of 43 percent of likely voters compared to 38 percent for his Democratic rival Hillary Clinton in the poll executed between Aug. 26 and Sept. 15.

Based on the poll results, Reuters moved New Mexico into the Trump column with a “Low Confidence” in its “States of the Nation” webpage that tracks the state polls together with an Electoral College map.

The New York City businessman was in a virtual tie with Clinton in the Morning Consult poll released Sept. 8 with 35 percent to her 36 percent. In that poll it was former New Mexico governor Gary Johnson, running as a Libertarian, 14 percent and Green Party candidate Dr. Jill Stein, 3 percent.



Anonymous said...

Who are the 38% idiots supporting her? Must be the Meh hee Kanos!

Anonymous said...

Trump needs to increase his security if you get my drift.He and Assange are rated as the #1 and #2 threats to Hillary,respectively,and we all know what that means.

Anonymous said...

We need to keep it up!

Steve said...

These polls are cherry picked. Many legal voting Hispanics are for Trump, as well as Blacks and Orientals. He loves them all, and they are learning that with every one of Donald's speeches. Many more will leave the Queen's camp as she becomes more indigent and listen to what Trump's real agenda is.