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Sun Dec 20, 2015, 06:49 PM

(Updated 12/20) Latest Democratic nomination poll results - courtesy of RealClearPolitics.com

Sunday, December 20th

Iowa Democratic Presidential Caucus (CBS News/YouGov) Clinton 50, Sanders 45, O'Malley 4
Clinton +5

New Hampshire 2016 Democratic Primary (CBS News/YouGov) Sanders 56, Clinton 42, O'Malley 1
Sanders +14

South Carolina Democratic Presidential Primary (CBS News/YouGov) Clinton 67, Sanders 31, O'Malley 2
Clinton +36

Saturday, December 19th

(No new Democratic primary polls)

Friday, December 18th

2016 Democratic Presidential Nomination (FOX News) Clinton 56, Sanders 34, O'Malley 2
Clinton +22

2016 Democratic Presidential Nomination (ABC /Wash Post) Clinton 59, Sanders 28, O'Malley 5
Clinton +31

New Hampshire 2016 Democratic Primary (Boston Herald) Sanders 48, Clinton 46, O'Malley 2
Sanders +2

Thursday, December 17

(No new Democratic primary polls)

Wednesday, 12/16/15


2016 Democratic Presidential Nomination (Monmouth) Clinton 59, Sanders 26, O'Malley 4
Clinton +33

Tuesday, December 15

Iowa Democratic Presidential Caucus (Loras College) Clinton 59, Sanders 27, O'Malley 4
Clinton +32

Iowa Democratic Presidential Caucus (PPP) Clinton 52, Sanders 34, O'Malley 7
Clinton +18

Monday, December 14

2016 Democratic Presidential Nomination (NBC/WSJ) Clinton 56, Sanders 37, O'Malley 4
Clinton +19

Iowa Democratic Presidential Caucus (DMR/Bloomberg) Clinton 48, Sanders 39, O'Malley 4
Clinton +9

Sunday, December 13

Iowa Democratic Presidential Caucus (FOX News) Clinton 50, Sanders 36, O'Malley 5
Clinton +14

Saturday, December 12

(No new Democratic primary polls)

Friday, December 11

(No new Democratic primary polls)

Thursday, 12/10/15

2016 Democratic Presidential Nomination (CBS/NYTimes) Clinton 52, Sanders 32, O'Malley 2
Clinton +20

Wednesday, 12/9/15:

New Hampshire 2016 Democratic Primary (CNN/WMUR) Sanders 50, Clinton 40, O'Malley 1
Sanders +10

Tuesday, 12/8/15:


Iowa Democratic Presidential Caucus (Monmouth) Clinton 55, Sanders 33, O'Malley 6
Clinton +22

North Carolina Democratic Presidential Primary (PPP) Clinton 60, Sanders 21, O'Malley 10
Clinton +39

Monday, 12/7/15:

Iowa Democratic Presidential Caucus (CNN/ORC) Clinton 54, Sanders 36, O'Malley 4
Clinton +18

2016 Democratic Presidential Nomination (IBD/TIPP) Clinton 51, Sanders 33, O'Malley 1
Clinton +18

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CajunBlazer Dec 2015 #1
Alfresco Dec 2015 #2
artislife Dec 2015 #3
CajunBlazer Dec 2015 #4
artislife Dec 2015 #5
Electric Monk Dec 2015 #6
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Response to CajunBlazer (Original post)

Sun Dec 20, 2015, 11:02 PM

1. Kick

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Response to CajunBlazer (Original post)

Sun Dec 20, 2015, 11:50 PM

2. Thanks for the update.

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Response to CajunBlazer (Original post)

Sun Dec 20, 2015, 11:52 PM

3. Realclear politics. Enough said. nt

 

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Response to artislife (Reply #3)

Mon Dec 21, 2015, 12:39 AM

4. What does tha mean?

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Response to CajunBlazer (Reply #4)

Mon Dec 21, 2015, 12:43 AM

5. Sorry, I can only explain so far down. nt

 

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Response to CajunBlazer (Reply #4)

Mon Dec 21, 2015, 03:18 AM

6. It was an Ad Hominem. nt

 

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Response to CajunBlazer (Original post)

Mon Dec 21, 2015, 03:21 AM

7. Those are some wildly disparate numbers on Iowa

which is why I prefer to look at polling averages. They tell far more than any particular poll.

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