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Wed Oct 12, 2016, 07:26 AM

New Ohio poll puts Hillary Clinton ahead of Donald Trump by 9 points

Source: Cleveland.com

CLEVELAND, Ohio -- Democrat Hillary Clinton has a 9-point lead over Republican Donald Trump in Ohio following the news of Trump's vulgar talk about women and after the second debate between the candidates, according to a statewide poll released today by Baldwin Wallace University in Berea.



Read more: http://www.cleveland.com/open/index.ssf/2016/10/new_ohio_poll_puts_hillary_cli.html



YES!

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Reply New Ohio poll puts Hillary Clinton ahead of Donald Trump by 9 points (Original post)
videohead5 Oct 2016 OP
OhZone Oct 2016 #1
FailureToCommunicate Oct 2016 #2
ladym55 Oct 2016 #22
michiganman1019 Oct 2016 #3
titaniumsalute Oct 2016 #4
underpants Oct 2016 #5
Coolest Ranger Oct 2016 #6
oberliner Oct 2016 #8
Coolest Ranger Oct 2016 #9
ananda Oct 2016 #13
Botany Oct 2016 #18
BlueEye Oct 2016 #20
Coyotl Oct 2016 #7
Chicago1980 Oct 2016 #10
Buckeye_Democrat Oct 2016 #11
bulloney Oct 2016 #12
Mc Mike Oct 2016 #14
Buckeye_Democrat Oct 2016 #17
SIU_Blue Oct 2016 #21
4lbs Oct 2016 #15
ProudProgressiveNow Oct 2016 #16
Scurrilous Oct 2016 #19

Response to videohead5 (Original post)

Wed Oct 12, 2016, 07:31 AM

1. Kasich

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Response to videohead5 (Original post)

Wed Oct 12, 2016, 07:31 AM

2. Okay Buckeyes, now let's start seeing more Hillary yard signs! People yearn to vote for

the more popular candidate.

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Response to FailureToCommunicate (Reply #2)

Wed Oct 12, 2016, 11:08 PM

22. Need more signs

County I live in has run out, and I'm happy to say that Clinton/Kaine signs far outnumber the tRump signs in my area. That was NOT in case in 2012, where I got to look at a string of Romney/Ryan signs in my neighborhood. Those folks are really, really quiet this cycle.

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Response to videohead5 (Original post)

Wed Oct 12, 2016, 08:03 AM

3. Nate Silver Poll Rankings

I don't see this polling service under nate silvers poll rankings. Is there under another company perhaps?

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Response to videohead5 (Original post)

Wed Oct 12, 2016, 08:06 AM

4. Well I'm in Ohio

Surprised actually it got this high in Ohio. But that is good news.

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Response to videohead5 (Original post)

Wed Oct 12, 2016, 08:21 AM

5. M. O. E. 3%

Looks,like a good poll

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Response to videohead5 (Original post)

Wed Oct 12, 2016, 08:31 AM

6. How is Ted Strickland doing?

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Response to Coolest Ranger (Reply #6)

Wed Oct 12, 2016, 08:38 AM

8. Not well

 

COLUMBUS, Ohio—U.S. Sen. Rob Portman continues to pull away from Democratic rival Ted Strickland, opening up a 17-point lead in the latest Quinnipiac University poll.

The survey, released Wednesday, shows Portman, a Cincinnati-area Republican, with 55 percent support from likely voters, compared to just 38 percent for Strickland, a former governor from Columbus.

The poll is just one of several surveys in recent weeks indicating that the once-close race is now all but over.

http://www.cleveland.com/open/index.ssf/2016/10/rob_portman_keeps_a_big_lead_i.html

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Response to oberliner (Reply #8)

Wed Oct 12, 2016, 08:40 AM

9. Damn.

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Response to oberliner (Reply #8)

Wed Oct 12, 2016, 10:53 AM

13. I do not get this!

I will never understand how people can vote for
Reep asshats in any shape or form.

Clinton might be strong for president, but she sure
doesn't have much in the way of coattails for the
senate, and that is so fucking crucial!!!!

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Response to ananda (Reply #13)

Wed Oct 12, 2016, 03:34 PM

18. Strickland's problem was and is the citizen's united ruling by SCOTUS ... unlimited dark $

Ever since late last winter/early spring Koch Brother/US Chamber of Commerce ads have been
running that out right lie and blame Strickland for job leaving OH. They forget to talk about
the millions of jobs lost out of America to off shore places when Portman was working for W
in our Dept. of Trade. (I think that is where Portman was working)


We have to keep working OH because Trump's crash and burn might really hurt Portman and
the House races too.

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Response to Botany (Reply #18)

Wed Oct 12, 2016, 08:31 PM

20. Yeah dark money fueled all those vicious ad buys.

I don't think Strickland ran the best campaign. Spent most of his time and money in Northeast Ohio, which is good for turnout, but at the cost of vital suburban Cbus and Cincy voters. And this would be the year to target that demographic, with epic asshole Trump at the top of the ticket.

And when one of the unions in Ohio, want to say Teamsters, endorsed Portman, Strickland got into a bizarre pissing match with them, which probably weakened his labor support overall. I know F.O.P. and one other union ultimately endorsed Portman as well.

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Response to videohead5 (Original post)

Wed Oct 12, 2016, 08:35 AM

7. The GrOPer effect kicks in, and we are in new territory.

 

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The Ohio polls showing a closer race were "conducted before news broke about a video in which Trump described groping women"

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Response to videohead5 (Original post)

Wed Oct 12, 2016, 08:52 AM

10. Yah, but how did the 2nd debate shore up his numbers?

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Response to videohead5 (Original post)

Wed Oct 12, 2016, 09:02 AM

11. Woot!

Independent voters here are surely fleeing from...
the GrOPer!

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Response to videohead5 (Original post)

Wed Oct 12, 2016, 10:47 AM

12. If she's leading Ohio by that much,

she must be carrying the cities of Cleveland, Columbus, Cincinnati and Toledo by gigantic margins because in rural Ohio, Trump signs are everywhere while Hillary signs are outnumbered at least 100 to one.

I really think people who put a Hillary sign on their property in the rural areas are subjecting themselves to vandalism or harassment because the Trump supporters are insanely vicious, even after all of the crap that came out about Trump's financial news and sexual attacks.

If you can believe it, I think MORE signs have been posted around here since all of that news broke. Most places have MULTIPLE Trump signs on their front yards, like they're voicing their choice of Trump louder by posting 2 to 5 signs on their yards.

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Response to bulloney (Reply #12)

Wed Oct 12, 2016, 11:45 AM

14. 80% of Ohio's 11.6 million population is urban, only 20% is rural.

It's exactly like the red blue map of the US, where the blue areas are the high population ones, and the areas with 1000 square miles of tumbleweeds that have 5 people in them are red. The repugs own a huge amount of empty space, where 3 people vote R, and the US map looks really red in the middle.

It's the same here in PA. Bunch of trump signs and bumper stickers out in the low population surrounding counties, the larger cities with most of the population (7 million out of 12.8 mil total state population is in the Philly and Pgh metro areas) are blue. My blue county has more population that the 6 red ones that surround it, all combined. They have a lot of low pop empty spaces with a bunch of big dRumpf signs, to compensate for having no actual voters.

This "huge empty hayfield up the rural road from the redneck roadhouse strip club" proudly backs dRumpf. Basically.

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Response to bulloney (Reply #12)

Wed Oct 12, 2016, 02:12 PM

17. Your hypothesis about Clinton supporters fearing vandalism might be true.

I never see Clinton signs in the rural parts near me either, but I know they're not all Trump supporters... although most of them probably are.

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Response to bulloney (Reply #12)

Wed Oct 12, 2016, 08:51 PM

21. If my block is any indication,

the urban areas are solidifying. A month ago there was not a Clinton yard sign to be found, now there are 8. I'm in the Merion Village neighborhood (Columbus south side). The 2 known conservatives on the block do not have Trump signs up. It's hard to find one in the city.

The bad news is so many voters I've talked to are splitting their ballot and voting for Portman alongside Clinton. The power of dark money negative ads and a listless state party...

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Response to videohead5 (Original post)

Wed Oct 12, 2016, 11:59 AM

15. WOW! Even if it is an outlier and the results are too far off... any actual difference may still be

at least 4 points in Hillary's favor.

That's a yuuuuuuugge change from several weeks ago, when polls in Ohio had Der Groper ahead by about 3 points.

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Response to videohead5 (Original post)

Wed Oct 12, 2016, 02:05 PM

16. K&R nt

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Response to videohead5 (Original post)

Wed Oct 12, 2016, 04:32 PM

19. K & R

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