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Sat Jan 30, 2016, 01:32 AM

(Updated 1/29/16) Latest Democratic nomination poll results - courtesy of RealClearPolitics.com

Hillary looking good again in Iowa! And great every where else but NH.

Friday, 1/29/16:

Iowa Democratic Presidential Caucus (PPP) Clinton 48, Sanders 40, O'Malley 7
Clinton +8

Thursday, 1/28/16


2016 Democratic Presidential Nomination (IBD/TIPP) Clinton 50, Sanders 38, O'Malley 2
Clinton +12

Iowa Democratic Presidential Caucus (NBC/WSJ/Marist) Clinton 48, Sanders 45, O'Malley 3
Clinton +3

Iowa Democratic Presidential Caucus (Monmouth) Clinton 47, Sanders 42, O'Malley 6
Clinton +5

New Hampshire 2016 Democratic Primary (NBC/WSJ/Marist) Sanders 57, Clinton 38, O'Malley 2
Sanders +19

South Carolina Democratic Presidential Primary (NBC/WSJ/Marist) Clinton 64, Sanders 27, O'Malley 2
Clinton +37

Pennsylvania Democratic Presidential Primary (Franklin & Marshall) Clinton 46, Sanders 29, O'Malley 2
Clinton +17

Wisconsin Democratic Presidential Primary (Marquette) Clinton 45, Sanders 43, O'Malley 1
Clinton +2

Wednesday, 1/27/16


2016 Democratic Presidential Nomination (ABC News/Wash Post) Clinton 55, Sanders 36, O'Malley 4
Clinton +19

Iowa Democratic Presidential Caucus (Quinnipiac) Clinton 45, Sanders 49, O'Malley 4
Sanders +4

New Hampshire 2016 Democratic Primary (Emerson) Sanders 52, Clinton 44, O'Malley 3
Sanders +8

North Carolina Democratic Presidential Primary (Civitas) Clinton 53, Sanders 28, O'Malley 2 Clinton +25

Tuesday, 1/26/16


New Hampshire 2016 Democratic Primary (Boston Herald/FPU) Sanders 55, Clinton 39, O'Malley 2
Sanders +16

New Hampshire 2016 Democratic Primary (ARG) Sanders 49, Clinton 42, O'Malley 3 Sanders +7

Monday, 1/25/16:


2016 Democratic Presidential Nomination (CNN/ORC) Clinton 52, Sanders 38, O'Malley 2
Clinton +14

2016 Democratic Presidential Nomination (FOX News) Clinton 49, Sanders 37, O'Malley 1
Clinton +12

Iowa Democratic Presidential Caucus (FOX News) Clinton 48, Sanders 42, O'Malley 3
Clinton +6

Iowa Democratic Presidential Caucus (ARG) Clinton 45, Sanders 48, O'Malley 3
Sanders +3

Iowa Democratic Presidential Caucus (Iowa St. Univ./WHO-TV) Clinton 47, Sanders 45, O'Malley 1
Clinton +2

New Hampshire 2016 Democratic Primary (FOX News) Sanders 56, Clinton 34, O'Malley 3
Sanders +22

Sunday 1/24/16


Iowa Democratic Presidential Caucus (CBS News/YouGov) Clinton 46, Sanders 47, O'Malley 5
Sanders +1

New Hampshire 2016 Democratic Primary (CBS News/YouGov) Sanders 57, Clinton 38, O'Malley 5
Sanders +19

South Carolina Democratic Presidential Primary (CBS News/YouGov) Clinton 60, Sanders 38, O'Malley 0
Clinton +22

Minnesota Democratic Presidential Caucus (Star Tribune/Mason-Dixon) Clinton 59, Sanders 25, O'Malley 1
Clinton +34

Saturday, 1/23/16

(no new Democratic polls)

Friday8, 1/22/16

Iowa Democratic Presidential Caucus (Loras College) Clinton 59, Sanders 30, O'Malley 7
Clinton +29

New Hampshire 2016 Democratic Primary (Suffolk University) Sanders 50, Clinton 41, O'Malley 2 S
anders +9

Thursday, 1/21/16

Iowa Democratic Presidential Caucus (KBUR) Clinton 48, Sanders 39, O'Malley 7
Clinton +9

Wednesday, 1/20/16

New Hampshire 2016 Democratic Primary (Gravis) Sanders 46, Clinton 43, O'Malley 2
Sanders +3

Florida Democratic Presidential Primary (Florida Atlantic University) Clinton 62, Sanders 26, O'Malley 4
Clinton +36

North Carolina Democratic Presidential Primary (PPP) Clinton 59, Sanders 26, O'Malley 5
Clinton +33

Tuesday, 1/19/16

2016 Democratic Presidential Nomination (Monmouth) Clinton 52, Sanders 37, O'Malley 2
Clinton +15

New Hampshire 2016 Democratic Primary (CNN/WMUR) Sanders 60, Clinton 33, O'Malley 1
Sanders +27

New Hampshire 2016 Democratic Primary (ARG) Sanders 49, Clinton 43, O'Malley 3
Sanders +6

Maryland Democratic Presidential Primary (Gonzales Research) Clinton 40, Sanders 27, O'Malley 5
Clinton +13

Monday, 1/18/16

(No new Democratic primary polls)

Sunday, 1/17/16


2016 Democratic Presidential Nomination (NBC News/Wall St. Jrl) Clinton 59, Sanders 34, O'Malley 2
Clinton +25

Utah Democratic Presidential Caucus (Salt Lake Tribune/SurveyUSA) Clinton 50, Sanders 40, O'Malley 2
Clinton +10

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Reply (Updated 1/29/16) Latest Democratic nomination poll results - courtesy of RealClearPolitics.com (Original post)
CajunBlazer Jan 2016 OP
oasis Jan 2016 #1
Cha Jan 2016 #2
NurseJackie Jan 2016 #3
workinclasszero Jan 2016 #4
riversedge Jan 2016 #5
Thinkingabout Jan 2016 #6
Stuckinthebush Jan 2016 #7
CajunBlazer Jan 2016 #8
CajunBlazer Jan 2016 #9
Tarheel_Dem Jan 2016 #10
BlueCaliDem Jan 2016 #11
Tarheel_Dem Jan 2016 #12

Response to CajunBlazer (Original post)

Sat Jan 30, 2016, 02:09 AM

1. Looking good.

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Response to CajunBlazer (Original post)

Sat Jan 30, 2016, 02:34 AM

2. Mahalo, Cajun!

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Response to CajunBlazer (Original post)

Sat Jan 30, 2016, 09:14 AM

3. These poll number are VERY ENCOURAGING!!*

*Encouraging for Hillary and her supporters, that is. (For Bernie and his fans, well, not so much.)

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Response to CajunBlazer (Original post)

Sat Jan 30, 2016, 09:24 AM

4. Looks good

 

Thanks for the update OP

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Response to CajunBlazer (Original post)

Sat Jan 30, 2016, 09:58 AM

5. Steady as she goes. Thanks for the work you did to pull this together.

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Response to CajunBlazer (Original post)

Sat Jan 30, 2016, 11:17 AM

6. This is a fifty state plus territories primary nomination race, some states gives

appropriate delegates and there is some 2400 delegates needed to secure the nomination. Hillary is running a strong campaign and a clean campaign. She does not need to go negative, she has the experience and has shown her presidential ability.

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Response to Thinkingabout (Reply #6)

Sat Jan 30, 2016, 11:42 AM

7. and she is starting with ~500 of those in superdelegates

She absolutely doesn't need to go negative nor does she need to go far left.

She is playing this very well.

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Response to Thinkingabout (Reply #6)

Sat Jan 30, 2016, 06:19 PM

8. Bernie will need a few miracles to continue his campaign past March 1st

First Iowa and New Hampshire - total 85 delegates - you know poll results in those 2

Then Nevada and South Caroline - Total 96 delegates - Nevada Clinton +15.5, SC Clinton +29.5

The Southeastern Conference primaries - Southern states: Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Texas Virginia, and Louisiana - 706 delegates - Sanders 20% to 30% behind in all of them.

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Response to CajunBlazer (Original post)

Sat Jan 30, 2016, 06:21 PM

9. Kick

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Response to CajunBlazer (Original post)

Sat Jan 30, 2016, 08:48 PM

10. This is great news. No matter what happens, IA & NH will not pick our nominee. The last three...

presidents all lost NH. It's worth remembering......

Obama, for example, won Iowa in 2008 but lost in New Hampshire that year to Hillary Clinton. Obama went on to win the nomination and the presidency.

In 1988, Democrat Dick Gephardt won the caucuses but lost New Hampshire and eventually lost the party's nomination, which went to former Massachusetts Gov. Mike Dukakis. Dukakis eventually lost the presidency to Republican George H.W. Bush.

And in 1992, Bill Clinton lost the Iowa caucuses to Tom Harkin and the New Hampshire primary to Massachusetts Sen. Paul Tsongas, but he went on to win the party's nomination and presidency, calling himself the "Comeback Kid."


http://www.valdostadailytimes.com/news/national_international/iowa-vs-new-hampshire-will-either-pick-the-next-president/article_a242f4d8-c7ad-11e5-be04-4b388f4f8661.html

I think this is why I haven't been to anxious about IA or NH. Despite his losses in both IA & NH, Bill Clinton went on to win the nomination, and ultimately the presidency.

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Response to Tarheel_Dem (Reply #10)

Sat Jan 30, 2016, 10:37 PM

11. Yes, he did!

Despite his losses in both IA & NH, Bill Clinton went on to win the nomination, and ultimately the presidency.

And the country was better for it.

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Response to BlueCaliDem (Reply #11)

Sun Jan 31, 2016, 01:33 AM

12. +1

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