Category Archive: 2016 Iowa Caucus Polls

Final Prediction for Iowa Caucus Results – Republicans and Democrats

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Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton win the Iowa Caucuses! Final Mock Results Republicans Donald Trump 27% Ted Cruz 26% Marco Rubio 19% Ben Carson 9% Rand Paul 6% Chris Christie 3% Jeb Bush 3% Mike Huckabee 3% John Kasich 2% Carly Fiorina 1% Rick Santorum 1% Democrats Hillary Clinton – 54% Bernie Sanders – 45% …

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Rubio Surges, Trump Maintains Lead in Final Des Moines Register/Bloomberg Iowa Poll

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Des Moines Register/Bloomberg Politics Iowa Poll In the final Des Moines Register Iowa Caucus poll Marco Rubio has surged to 15% and a strong third place showing.  He likely is the winner of the Trumpless debate and this last minute surge will shake up the final results.  Trump maintains a 5% lead over Cruz whiles …

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Time: 6 Reasons to Be Wary of Iowa Polls

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The caucuses pose a unique challenge to pollsters.  Few things in political polling are as challenging as the Iowa caucuses. Held every four years, the first-in-the-nation presidential voting is everything a pollster hates: complicated, unpredictable and high-profile. Nonetheless, major polling firms soldier on, in part because he interest in who might win the state is so …

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Trump Way Ahead in Unscientific National Drudge Poll

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The Drudge Report continues its poll which asks, “Who is your Republican pick for president?” and Donald Trump continues to crush all competition, receiving over half (56.41%) of the vote.  The poll is clearly not scientific and more importantly it is not Iowa specific, it is a national, probably even an international poll. With that said, it still is …

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The Iowa Caucus is Two-Man Race in the Last Week

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CBS News 2016 Battleground TrackerIowa Sample 1247 Registered Voters Conducted January 18-21, 2016 Margin of Error±5.2% Iowa is a two-man race with between Donald Trump (39%) and Ted Cruz (35%).  Marco Rubio shows up with 13%, but with the a minimum amount of votes needed to give a precinct vote to a candidate, Rubios’s 13% …

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Clinton up in Two Most Recent Iowa Polls

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Source: Des Moines Register/Bloomberg – 500 likely Democratic caucusgoers. Hillary Clinton — 42% Bernie Sanders — 40% Martin O’Malley —-4%   Hillary Clinton — 57% Bernie Sanders — 36% Martin O’Malley —-7%  

Cruz Tops Trump in Most Recent Iowa poll

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Source: Des Moines Register/Bloomberg Poll.  500 likely Republican caucusgoers Jan 7-10. Senator Ted Cruz and Donald Trump continue to flip in the top spot of the polls while Ben Carson continues to sink, and the establishment candidates fight for the remaining crumbs. Ted Cruz —— 25% Donald Trump — 22% Marco Rubio — 12% Ben …

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Clinton and Sanders Neck ‘n Neck in Recent Poll

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton meets with local residents at the Jones St. Java House, Tuesday, April 14, 2015, in LeClaire, Iowa. (AP Photo/Charlie Neibergall) ORG XMIT: IACN111

Hillary Clinton — 50% Bernie Sanders — 45% Martin O’Malley — 4% Full Poll  

Cruz Begins to Pull Away from Trump in a Two-Way Battle

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CBS News 2016 Battleground Tracker, Iowa: Dec. 14-17, 2015 The CBS News 2016 Battleground Tracker is a panel study based on interviews conducted on the internet of registered voters in Iowa, New Hampshire, and South Carolina. The poll was conducted by YouGov, an online polling organization.

Trump Continues to Fall in Polls as Carson Takes Big Lead

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Ben Carson is the official front runner for the 2016 Iowa Caucus as he has taking large leads in four national polls.  Donald Trump has falling from his peak of upper twenty percent just barely twenty percent. Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz continue to battle for the establishment vote finishing around double-digits in all four …

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