October 13, 2016 at 10:41 pm #23968
Clinton’s campaign manager, Robby Mook, told the New York Times that vote-by-mail requests among Hispanic voters, who have heavily favored Clinton, are up 77 percent compared to last cycle. And according to University of Florida political science professor Daniel Smith, only 16 percent of Latinos who have registered to vote since January 1 have registered as Republicans. In 2012, 28 percent of new Latino registrants identified with the GOP.
Early voting patterns in some states seem to favor Clinton, according to a New York Times report this week. “Democrats are requesting more absentee ballots in Florida than they were at this point in 2012, with increases of 50 percent in the heavily Hispanic areas around Miami and Orlando,” the report found. “In North Carolina, where Mitt Romney built enough of a lead in early voting four years ago to eke out a victory over President Obama, Democrats are requesting mail-in ballots in larger numbers than in 2012, while Republicans’ participation is declining.”
The latest CBS News Battleground Tracker numbers, released Sunday, showed Clinton ahead in three key Midwestern states: Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin. In Ohio, where a number of surveys showed Trump leading throughout September, Clinton now holds a four point edge, 46 to 42 percent.
In Pennsylvania, according to the CBS News Battleground Tracker, Clinton is ahead by eight points, 49 to 41 percent. Similarly, a Bloomberg poll released Thursday found Clinton ahead by nine points in Pennsylvania, 48 to 39 percent. And a Susquehanna poll released Tuesday found Clinton ahead by four points, 44 to 40 percent, in the Keystone State.
In Wisconsin, according to our latest survey, she also holds a four-point lead, 43 to 39 percent. That lead is fairly consistent with Clinton’s lead in other recent Wisconsin surveys: a Marquette University poll released Wednesday, for example, found Clinton ahead by seven points in a four-way race, and by four points in a two-way race.October 14, 2016 at 3:35 am #23976radiodorkSpectator
Donald Trump had 25,000 people at his rally today in Cincinnati and 7,000 couldnt get in. Meanwhile Hillary Clinton is packing a whopping 500 people at her rallies and bringing the dopey Al Gore with her.October 14, 2016 at 12:52 pm #23983
Your ignorance to facts that matter is astounding.October 14, 2016 at 1:19 pm #23989proud2baconservativeSpectator
The Mexicans I know don’t like Hillary at all.October 14, 2016 at 1:26 pm #23991
The Mexicans I know would spit on your post.
Mexicans favor U.S. Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton over Republican Donald Trump by a 10-1 ratio, according to a poll on 9/26.
God, Vern, you are such a boob.October 14, 2016 at 1:40 pm #23993LangstonParticipant
While the Hispanic vote is significant, it is women of all ethnicities who have grabbed Trump by his privates and are applying the pressure that will lead to his downfall.October 14, 2016 at 4:11 pm #23998
It’s not just Hispanics and women, it’s everyone.October 16, 2016 at 2:17 pm #24029
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