Decision 2016 – JMC Analytics and Polling’s Louisiana Presidential/US Senate Poll

JMC Analytics and Polling was recently commissioned to do a poll in Louisiana both for the Presidential and the (24 candidate) U.S. Senate race. Among its findings: For the U.S. Senate race, five candidates now have a path to the runoff, While Democratic Public Service Commissioner Foster Campbell and Republican Congressman Charles Boustany lead the field, Republican […]

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Decision 2016 – JMC Analytics and Polling’s September 25 Presidential scorecard

Introduction – How JMC Analytics and Polling calls a state (1) Safe Democratic/Clinton or safe Republican/Trump (dark blue/red) – If no polls have been conducted within the last 7 days for that state, a 2012 Obama (or Romney) percentage of 60% or above gets this rating. If polls have been conducted, a Clinton (or Trump) […]

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Decision 2016 – JMC Analytics and Polling’s (Second) Georgia Poll

JMC Analytics and Polling recently conducted a poll in Georgia both of the Presidential and US Senate races, and found that Donald Trump has seen his position noticeably improve relative to the August poll, while Senator Johnny Isakson has some work to do to get to 50% on Election Day. The poll write-up and analysis are […]

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Decision 2016 – JMC Analytics and Polling’s September 18 Presidential scorecard

Introduction – How JMC Analytics and Polling calls a state (1) Safe Democratic/Clinton or safe Republican/Trump (dark blue/red) – If no polls have been conducted within the last 7 days for that state, a 2012 Obama (or Romney) percentage of 60% or above gets this rating. If polls have been conducted, a Clinton (or Trump) […]

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Decision 2016: Has Donald Trump “spiked” Democratic voter registration? (September 16 update)

Donald Trump has run an unconventional campaign. And part of that departure from convention has involved the use of controversial rhetoric that has been widely thought to energize unregistered minority and/or Democratic voters, thus making it more difficult for him to carry critical swing states like Florida and get elected. Or has he ? To best evaluate this […]

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(Florida poll) JMC Analytics and Polling’s response to StPetersBlog

Two days ago, JMC Analytics and Polling conducted an independent poll on both the Presidential and US Senate races in Florida, and this poll was reviewed yesterday in the St Peters Blog by Bob Sparks, who characterized this poll as “eye popping.” However, while he was correct to perform due diligence on this poll (and hopefully, he has […]

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Decision 2016 – JMC Analytics and Polling’s (Second) Florida Poll

JMC Analytics and Polling recently conducted a poll in Florida both of the Presidential and US Senate races, and found that both Donald Trump and Senator Marco Rubio maintain small leads, although slightly more respondents do NOT want to re-elect Senator Rubio. The results, writeup/analysis, and crosstabs can be found here.

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Decision 2016 – JMC Analytics and Polling’s September 11 Presidential scorecard

Introduction – How JMC Analytics and Polling calls a state Note: From this week’s scorecard until November, JMC will be analyzing poll averages for the Presidential, Governor’s, and Senate contests for the last seven (and not the last 14) days, given that the tempo of the race has accelerated. (1) Safe Democratic/Clinton or safe Republican/Trump […]

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Decision 2016 – JMC Analytics and Polling’s September 4 Presidential scorecard

Introduction – How JMC Analytics and Polling calls a state Note: Starting with the next “scorecard”, JMC will be analyzing poll averages for the last seven (and not the last 14) days. (1) Safe Democratic/Clinton or safe Republican/Trump (dark blue/red) – If no polls have been conducted within the last 14 days for that state, […]

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Decision 2016 – JMC Analytics and Polling’s August 28 Presidential scorecard

Introduction – How JMC Analytics and Polling calls a state (1) Safe Democratic/Clinton or safe Republican/Trump (dark blue/red) – If no polls have been conducted within the last 14 days for that state, a 2012 Obama (or Romney) percentage of 60% or above gets this rating. If polls have been conducted, a Clinton (or Trump) […]

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