SHOCK POLLS: Trump Surges Back Into Tied Race

This puts Hillary’s Alt-Right speech in a new perspective:

There has been some other interesting movements in the polls. In recent days, Trump has been swapping the lead in the LA Times, UPI/CVoter, and People’s Pundit Daily tracking polls. The latest Gravis poll has Hillary +1 nationwide. The latest Morning Consult poll showed her lead dropping from +6 to +3 and even the Reuters poll showed a drop to +3 and +2 in a 4-way race. Last night, Reuters even had Trump +1 in Michigan.

These Emerson polls really raise eyebrows though. As the map stands right now, Hillary can win the White House if she holds New Hampshire, Virginia and Colorado while holding on to Pennsylvania. She can afford to lose Florida, Virginia, North Carolina, Iowa, and Nevada. If these polls are accurate and the race is tied in Ohio and there is a 3 point race in Pennsylvania, that is a major shift.

Did she give the Alt-Right speech because her team is seeing something we aren’t yet?

Update: Monmouth’s latest national poll shows Hillary’s lead declining from +13 to +7. This poll was also taken over the weekend in the wake of Hillary’s Alt-Right speech. So far, the evidence indicates the Alt-Right-as-Flaming Swastika narrative isn’t working.

19 Comments

  1. Johnson if he does make the cut into the debates will merely repulse with his canned GOPe responses, unless suburban virtue signaling grannies love pot

  2. As far as I’m concerned Trump is already President and he is already Making America Great Again.

  3. The (((media))) temporarily called off the dogs on Trump so a blow out wouldn’t wreck the two party system (moses and amalek).

    Trump has done a pivot of sorts, which had he done after Indiana, would be winning handily.

  4. Further reading has shown an odd yet perhaps unsurprising reversal on Trump from certain alt right flagships: when he was playing the fool, they cheered him on; now that he is doing what it takes to win, the threaten to pull their support (Bombthrower Syndrome?)

    Make no mistake: Our life becomes immeasurably easier with Trump compared to Clinton. Three things would be worthy goals for a first term re immigration:

    1) build the wall and stop new illegal immigration
    2) get control of legal immigration: vette everyone to include social media, slow the process way down
    3) target criminal illegals for round up, but save the other illegals for later

    Lip service about a vague “pathway to citizenship” will help, and when in office, offer residency in 19 years if they register and pay taxes. This will quiet them down now and make it easier to round them up later.

    We will essentially be giving them the boiling frog treatment that they used on us.

    Trump has already earned our undying support for the next 75 days! If he fails us President, then we move to Partition.

    • Target welfare benefits going to illegals, in the historic past this problem was mostly males coming to work and sending money to the wives and kids back home. The way it works today in the UAE. No welfare state for illegals, it is illegal for them to claim those benefits already isn’t it?

  5. These polls are still showing so many still undecided. This is unusual isn’t it? I imagine the end results will be much different if many of the people being polled as undecideds break in one direction and/or don’t show up and voters not being polled do show up.

  6. For Trump to win in Ohio he has to cut into the Negro vote the Democrats get, you see in the Midwest and Northeast a Negro voting Republican is as common as Unicorns making rainbows in a clear sky. Negro Republicans are most likely to be found in the Southern States because of the more defined interest in religious matters in the South. You dont find that in Detroit or Cleveland

  7. As I expected from these azzholes. .

    Teamsters endorse Clinton

    http://thehill.com/blogs/ballot-box/presidential-races/293493-teamsters-endorse-clinton

    Hillary Clinton cemented her union support Friday, picking up a major endorsement from the International Brotherhood of Teamsters.

    The Teamsters unanimously voted to endorse Clinton in a blow to GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump, who has campaigned for the union vote.

    “We are proud to endorse Hillary Clinton for President of the United States,” Teamsters General President James P. Hoffa said in a statement. “She is the right candidate for the middle class and working men and women across the country.”

    “The Oval Office needs to be occupied by a serious candidate who understands what it means to govern responsibly,” Hoffa added.

    “Donald Trump supports national right-to-work laws that are proven to weaken the middle class and has a long track record of shipping jobs out of the country as a businessman. He is no friend to working Americans.”

  8. Trump has kept his mouth shut for a while and the votes are showing how short their memory spans are. I wish he stays away from the bickering feuds and talks about how our job market has been hurt by globalism, and reigning in so called “free trade” will result is a massive drop in unemployment and the creation of more than just “screw tightener” jobs. Screw tightener is just the entry level stop, the plants are full of QC, machine operators, managers, women jobs up front, manufacturing engineers, machine and wood shops, shipping and receiving, etc. These paychecks also generate other jobs out in the community.

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