Poll: Clinton 49% Trump 35%

Hillary-ClintonHillary Clinton has opened up a double-digit lead over Donald Trump in the Keystone State.

That’s according to a series of battleground state polls from Ballotpedia.

Ballotpedia found Clinton leading Trump 49% to 35% in Pennsylvania.

This was part of a survey of seven battleground states, all of which Clinton lead, most of which saw her significantly ahead. Besides PA those states include: Florida, Iowa, Michigan, North Carolina, Ohio and Virginia.

When Libertarian Party nominee Gary Johnson is included, he gets 13%. Clinton still leads in that scenario, 46% to 32%.

Ballotpedia conducted live interviews via land lines and cell phones by Opinion Access Corporation. They took place from June 10th to June 22nd, and involved 601 Pennsylvania voters. The margin of error is +/- 4.0%.

8 Responses

  1. Just to show how broken our ‘democracy’ has become.

    Voters are happy that more parties are not included in polling.

    Why the heck would anyone be happy about suppression of candidates, or even political parties?

    Who gains by excluding ideas? (hint – it is not the “people”)

  2. Johnson’s 13% will fall to under 7% by Election Day. I’m sure that the BernBots are hoping to see Jill Stein more than double her pitiful .36% win in 2012.

  3. The term racist is so overused. Buffon, maybe. Racist? Certainly no more than Hilary. I don’t hear Trump putting on faux accents when speaks ng to blacks people.

  4. Yep!! She is CRUSHING that two-bit grifter. And it will only get worse after Cleveland.

  5. Another garbage poll. Johnson and Stein should be included in the initial question for the poll to be valid.

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