Muhlenberg/Morning Call Poll: Clinton 46% Trump 41%

hillary-clinton-happyHillary Clinton is still ahead in Pennsylvania.

That’s according to the latest Muhlenberg/Morning Call survey, which has Clinton ahead of Donald Trump 46% to 41%.

When Libertarian Party nominee Gary Johnson and Green Party nominee Jill Stein are included, Clinton’s lead over Trump is 45% to 39%. Johnson and Stein receive 8% and 2% respectively.

The last time Muhlenberg polled the commonwealth, Clinton had a three-point lead in the two-way race and a two-point advantage in the four-way contest.

Clinton also has a slight edge over Trump on the favorable/unfavorable ratings although both are poor. The Democrat has a 38/56 split while the Republican is at 36/58.

The full crosstabs for the poll are presented below:


The Morning Call/Muhlenberg Poll was conducted by Muhlenberg University from October 20th to 26th. They surveyed 420 likely Pennsylvania voters. The margin of error is +/- 5.5%.

3 Responses

  1. To Jeff W.:

    The poll didn’t account for any of the emails (in fact, it was done 3 days before all of that), and look at the undecideds and the fact Hillary can’t close the deal (i.e. still stuck at 45%). If independents break mostly for Trump (since he’s not running as the incumbent, but “four more years of Obama” Clinton is), then she is toast in PA, and likely in most of the other battleground states.

    With this being a very old poll (completed nearly a week ago), it’s results are useless.

  2. Very happy that the emails turned out to be yet another nothingburger in the sad, silly history of the GOP’s relentless but feckless assaults on Hillary Clinton. Very much looking forward to voting straight blue next Tuesday. It won’t be just a vote for the best candidate, but a vote against the obstructionist and investigation-happy GOP and Pat Toomey, who hasn’t done jack in the past six years but block Obama’s policies. Shameful behavior, and the GOP deserves to lose bigly because of it.

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